World no tobacco day event was conducted by a collaborative efforts of NSS unit of both Krupanidhi College of Physiotherapy and Krupanidhi College of Nursing. Program started with the opening ceremony by final year nursing student. Welcome speech and introduction of world no tobacco day was delivered by students. A short video about harmful effects of smoking was played and audience shared their experiences about effects and consequences of alcohol and tobacco. Director of the Krupanidhi group of institutions addressed the gathering and executed the pledge ceremony. The program ended with vote of thanks given by physiotherapy final year student. Awareness charts were prepared and displayed in the campus. Students also conducted the social awareness march for quitting alcohol and tobacco
ON 5th June, UG, PG 43 students from Krupanidhi College of Physiotherapy along with 5 faculties participated in a Sapling plantation: World Environment Day. Permission for road side plantation was taken from local corporator. All the students enthusiastically participated in the sapling plantation. Activity was done along the Gunjur road side 20 saplings of Thabhibia Rosia were planted. Debate about global warming and roles of trees versus technology was conducted among the students and faculty. Also awareness about effects of urbanization was discussed.
As per tradition, Krupanidhi College of physiotherapy held its annual cultural week from 22nd to 23rd of May 2019 - kinesia 2k19. All the students were grouped in four houses, each house, namely Maitland (House captains: Mashood and Smita), Mulligan ( House captains: Huzefa and Meena), Bobath ( House captains: Abhinav and Pallabhi) and Buttler ( House captains: Namiya and Umah), had both BPT and MPT participated with full enthusiasm.
The first event on day one was Rangoli with the theme "Education for all" followed by cooking without fire and photography competitions simultaneously where the students demonstrated incredible talents while abiding to the rules of each contest.
The day went on with nail art, hair styling as well as face painting were held in the classrooms and participants were judged based on their creativity whilst mad adds round entertained the students in the seminar hall.
The second day started with a blessed inauguration ceremony and lamp lighting in the presence our Director Dr Sam Paul followed by the competition such as dance (group and solo) and song (group and solo). Students also showcased their talents in the instrumental round. Furthermore the different teams competed for Quiz and Dumbc harades in addition to a lively and heated debate round. Ultimately in the last competition, fashion show, the students came up with inspiring and artitistic ideas to impress the judges.
The eventful days ended with a vote of thanks by the teachers to everyone who contributed towards making the cultural event memorable including the judges for sparing their precious time. The different teams are eagerly waiting for the results which will be announced on the Annual day 2019.
Krupanidhi college of physiotherapy organized a pre-conference workshop on the topic “Neural Mobilization and Improvement of posture” on 30th Nov 2018.
A total 52 of students from different institutions attended the workshop. Resource person for the workshop was Dr.Kalidasan.
Workshop began with the Inaugural speech by Dr. Sam Paul and Dr. Shivakumar The morning session started with the introduction of the topic. The workshop was very informative and personal attention was given to each participants. After a delish lunch, students headed back for the afternoon session. Hands on techniques were taught in a very simple and effective manner. At the end, candidates were awarded with a participation certificate. Workshop was a very informative and it gave students an idea about new technique towards rehabilitation.
Somatic Diagnosis & Lumbo-Pelvic Dysfunction By Dr. Ramana
A workshop was done on the topic somatic diagnosis and lumbo-pelvic dysfunction by Dr. Ramana on 5th december 2018.
Two common dysfunction in lumbar L4 & L5spine; ERS (extension restriction spine) or closing restriction and FRS (flexion restriction spine) or opening restrictions were taught in details. Further the causes of dysfunction such as muscle imbalance, iliopsoas tightness etc were discussed. The next interesting part was management where three techniques (long axis stretch, cross friction, broadening technique) were practically demonstrated by the resource person. All the participants got hands on experience for the techniques. Sessions were very interactive session and clinical oriented. Sacral dysfunction and torsional dysfunction was also discussed. The knowledge, hands on experience and clinical reasoning will help the participants to serve the patients better.
A total of 30 participants from different colleges attended the workshop. Study material and participation certificates were provided to all the participants.
Krupanidhi College of Physiotherapy organized a pre conference workshop on 5.12.18, on topic “neuromuscular taping for hemiplegic patients”. The resource person for the workshop was Dr. Yu Su Fen, a successful physiotherapist of vast 36 years of experience and a qualified taping specialist from Malaysia.
The workshop started with a warm welcome of the speaker by the director Dr. Samuel Paul Isaac and other faculty members. In the first half introduction about the topic was given and importance of the technique was explained. Then after a short tea break practical sessions started, a thorough demonstration was given, followed by the students’ practice of taping technique. Every individual was given full attention and every student got the opportunity to practice the technique.
In the post lunch session tapping demonstration of rest of the joints were given. After each practical demo session, the resource person cleared the doubts of the participants.
In the end, the resource person was facilitated and certificates were provided to the participants. Undoubtedly it was a very useful workshop and opened up new dimensions for students in concern with rehabilitation.
Krupanidhi college of Physiotherapy has organised KRUPTACON 2018, one day preconference workshop on Musculoskeletal strength and conditioning on 1st December, 2018. The workshop participants were total 42, which includes 70 % of participants from other colleges and 30 % from KCPT. This preconference workshop was conducted by resource person Dr. Sivakumar, PhD, who have been teaching the strength and conditioning concept since 2012. The participants were given innovative practical demo with more interactive sessions. Each participant was given importance to learn the testing methods of strength and cardiovascular conditioning. Most of the practical demo was conducted at our college fitness studio. The ACSM guidelines were used for the sport specific musculoskeletal injury prevention. This preconference workshop was conducted with 8 hours of credits and all the participants were advised to give their feedback.
Krupanidhi College of physiotherapy organized a pre conference workshop on 4.12.18, on topic “BEST PRACTICE OF GUIDELINES FOR CERVICAL DYSFUNCTION”. The resource person for the workshop was Dr. S. Sudhakar, MPT (Sports) PhD, research supervisor for research scholars in Vels University.
The workshop started with a warm welcome of the speaker by the director Dr. Samuel Paul Isaac and other faculty members. In the first half a brief introduction about the topic was given and importance of diagnosis and classification of patients with neck pain was explained. After a short tea break practical sessions started and thorough demonstrations were given, demonstrations were followed by the students’ practice of assessment and treatments techniques. Every participant was given personalized attention.
In the post lunch the session practical demonstration continued, also the resource person cleared the doubts of the participants. Undoubtedly it was a very useful workshop and opened up new dimensions for students in concern with rehabilitation for cervical dysfunctions. A total of 28 participants attended the workshop. At the end, the resource person was facilitated and certificates of participation were provided to the participants.
Blood donation camp was organized in association with RASHTROTHANNA BLOOD BANK at the college campus. Students and staff voluntarily participated with enthusiasm. Many students , staff and people from neighboring community came forward to donate blood and contribute to the society.
On occasion of WORLD CANCER DAY, an awareness rally was conducted by the students and faculty.The awareness rally emphasized on the treatment options and cancer rehabilitation.A poster competition was held for the students of various department and prizes were awarded for the winners.
Fresher’s day celebrated on 26th Nov. 2016.Dr. Prof. Suresh Nagpal and Mrs.Geeta Nagpal were the chief guests for the occasion. The newcomers were warmly welcomed .A formal introduction of the students was done followed by a number of colorful cultural and fun events. Mr. Anshul Singh and Ms. Sandwana Tom were named Mr. and Miss Fresher.
Physio Chrysalis, the physiotherapy graduation day ceremony was held on 13th June 2016 for the passed out students of 2015 at the college auditorium. The chief guest for the ceremony, Mrs. Geeta Nagpal addressed the students with a motivating speech. The college annual day and investiture ceremony was also held on the same occasion. Awards were distributed for the winners of various cultural and sports events conducted throughout the year.
A two day workshop on kinesiotaping was conducted by Dr.Ragunath Manogaran, certified K taping instructor from international K-taping academy,Germany on 24th and 25th January 2016.The workshop was instrumental in understanding the concepts of kinesiotaping. The participants had an opportunity to have hands on practical session on K taping application for upper and lower extremity muscles.
The joyous and colorful festival of ONAM was celebrated on 17th September 2016. The students had made a beautiful onam attapukalam(floral arrangement on floor)and were in the traditional kerala attire. The function included Lamp lighting by Dr. Prof. Suresh Nagpal followed by traditional songs and dances of Kerala and various fun activities for students and staff.
The students and faculty attended a two day international physiotherapy conference held in nagercoil, Tamil Nadu on 21st and 22nd January 2017.The conference included interactive sessions on recent physiotherapy advances and issues .An interstate cultural competition was also held in which our students achieved 1st place in Duet singing and 2nd place in overall culturals.