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MNR Sanjeevani College of Physiotherapy

MNR Sanjeevani College of Physiotherapy is established in 1999 on the same MNR-HERA campus at Sangareddy, Telangana State. It is a premier institute managed by MNR Educational Trust. It is affiliated with the NTR University of Health Sciences and recognized by AIPA and the Central Govt. of India, and is also affiliated with the KNR University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS). It is one of the first few colleges to offer a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) course in Telangana State. The Master of Physiotherapy (MPT) program was commenced in May 2006.

The college has departments like Medicine in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, General Medicine, General Surgery, and Orthopedics. The experienced faculty provides guidance and additional training sessions for students. Students expand their horizons of therapeutic and rehabilitation concepts through community-based rehabilitation programs and other "outreach"activities sponsored by the Govt. of India and other international agencies.

Innovative and current practices of teaching methodology are employed in the teaching of students. Apart from lectures by the faculty and guest lectures by eminent personalities, workshops are conducted to facilitate the students to gain the best possible knowledge and simultaneously develop their personalities.

Courses Offered

BPT 4 ½ Years 10+2 with 50% aggregate in Biology, Physics and Chemistry. -
MPT 2 Years BPT Neurology Orthopedics Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Surgery

Covid 19 - Corona Virus Updates

MNR Educational Trust is continually taking all precautionary steps to tackle the present pandemic crisis. Protocols like social distancing, wearing face masks, and frequently washing their hands are strictly followed. MNR Medical College and Hospital administered Covishield, Coronavirus vaccine to all the frontline health workers. The first dose was given in February and the second dose was administered in March.

Life after Coronavirus Vaccine (Covid-19) at MNR: Visualizing the "New Normal"

Here at MNR-HERA Campus, all have adjusted to “New Normal”, a new way of living and going about life, work, and education, and interactions with other people inside and outside the campus. Everyone including students learned to adopt a lifestyle to live with this crisis. All have learned to move forward taking all necessary precautions like wearing face masks, maintaining social distancing, and frequently washing hands. Building positive traits amongst students during this pandemic crisis is a great achievement of MNR.

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