Bachelors in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP)

Take the first step to an exciting career in a niche field

Once you pass our four year BASLP course, you can practice as a speech language pathologist or audiologist. The program is affiliated to Bangalore Central University and recognized by Rehabilitation Council of India

  • 3 years course work
  • 1 year internship
  • Total seats: 30
  • Duration: 6 semesters + 1 year internship

Eligibility Criteria for BASLP

a) The candidate applying for admission to BSLPA course should have passed
10+2 examination or equivalent / two years of Pre-University/Pre-Degree
examination conducted by the Pre University Board of Education of Government
of respective State, and further,
b) The applicant/candidate should have studied:
Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Mathematics / Computer Science / Statistics /
Electronics / Psychology/ Home Science.
c) At the time of entry/admission to the first semester BSLPA course the
candidate should be of age 17 years and there is no upper age limit for admission.
d) Lateral entry to 2nd year of BSLPA is permitted for candidates who meet the
following criteria as per Bangalore University rules:

i) Successfully passed Diploma in Hearing-Language-Speech (DHLS) revised
course from any RCI recognized training institute with Science background as
specified under 3 (b)
ii) Two years of work experience in the field.
iii) A maximum of 3 seats can be admitted on merit basis as supernumerary to
total intake permitted by RCI and respective affiliating University. For candidates
who have successfully passed the pre-revised DHLS course recognized by RCI
with 2 years of work experience, 3 month short course approved by RCI and
entrance test will be the requirement.

Core Subjects

  • Audiology
  • Speech – language pathology

Allied Subjects

  • Psychology
  • Linguistics
  • Medical subjects – Anatomy, Physiology and ENT
 

Make your career as an audiologist or speech language pathologist

Prepare to become an audiologist. You will learn how to diagnose hearing problems. Your responsibilities will cover fitting of hearing aids, working closely with children having cochlear implants and participating in hearing conservation programs.

Your career as a Speech – Language Pathologists (SLP) involves identifying, assessing and treating communication disorders. You will learn how to tackle speech problems in children and difficulties in speaking that are a result of stroke or head injuries. SLPs also treat stuttering, poor clarity of speech and voice problems as well as manage dyspagia or swallowing disorders.

 

FACULTY

Looking to work in the healthcare field but not interested in seven years of medical school?

A career in audiology or speech-language pathology might be of interest to you

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As per Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S. Department of Labor), the median annual wage for speech-language pathologists was $71,550 in 2014. Employment of speech-language pathologists is projected to grow 21% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.

RADHIKA POOVAYYA

Professor

DR.ANNE VARGHESE

Professor

SUSMITHA C G

Assistant Professor

BHAGYA SHIVKUMAR

Assistant Professor

SREEVIDYA KIRAN

Assistant Professor

RITHU RAJAN

Visiting Faculty

 

BHARATHI PRABHU

Professor

SHRUTHI PADMASHALI

Clinical Supervisor Grade I

SARGA JOSE

Clinical Supervisor Grade I

NANDINI REDDY

Speech Pathologist Grade II

RASHMI GV

Speech Pathologist Grade II

SARIGA

Special Educator

SHRUTI KULKARNI

Assistant Professor

BINDU.G

Clinical Supervisor Audiologist Grade I

 

Graduation Photographs of all the BASLP Batches