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					                Scheme of Examination of M.A Music, Yoga and Health
                           3rd. and 4th Semester Courses 2009-10
Semester 3rd.
Theory Paper    Subject                              Marks         Pass Marks
Paper-I         Music Therapy and Health             70              25
Paper-II        Yoga and Health                      70              25
Paper-III       Naturopathy and Health               70              25
Paper-IV        Physiotherapy and Health             70              25
                                         Total :     280
Semester 4th.
Theory Paper     Subject                                   Total Marks    Pass Marks
Paper-I          Music Therapy and Health           (Theory)         70         25
                                                   (Practical)       60         24

Paper-II         Yoga and Health                   (Theory)         70           25
                                                   (Practical)       60          24

Paper-III        Naturopathy and Health              (Theory)        70          25
                                                   (Practical)       60          24

Paper-IV        Physiotherapy and Health             (Theory)        70         25
                                                   (Practical)       60         24

                                                       Total :      520




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                   SYLLABUS FOR 3rd. SEMESTER

                          MUSIC THERAPY
Paper: I                      AND
TIME :3 HOURS               HEALTH              Theory: 70   Pass Marks: 25

NOTE:       Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for I, II,
III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer distributor
all over the syllabus. A candidate are required to attempt one question from
each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for all consists 3
marks each.
                                     UNIT-I
  1. Appreciation of Music: Classical Vocal Music, devotional Music, light music,
     folk music, instrumental music.
                                    UNIT-II
  2. Knowledge of various genera of recorded Music available with special
     reference to curing various ailments.
                                    UNIT-III
  3. Concept and nature of learning. Brief description of various schools of
     learning theories.
                                    UNIT-IV
  4. Scientific Techniques of meditation. Using meditation for treating hyper
     tension, depression and anxiety.




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                     SYLLABUS FOR 3rd. SEMESTER

                           YOGA
Paper:II                   AND
TIME:3 HOURS              HEALTH          Theory :70 Pass Marks: 25

NOTE:        Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for all
consists 3 marks each.
UNIT-I     Definition of Yoga according to Mahrshi Patanjali , Yogvalyakya,
           Lingh, Agni & SkandPurans, and Hathyog & Shreemad bhagwat
           Geeta , Chitta-Vrittis& causes of Chitta-vikshep,meaning of
           Pranav(OM)jap,principal of Karm-Yog, Abhyasa,        and Vairagya,
           Kinds of samadhi and kleshas.
UNIT-II    Partyahar (Swaroop, Fal, Bheda) Vivek-khyati, Bondage and
           liberation, Vibhut, Mahavritta and Purusha and Prakriti.
UNIT-III   Development of social skills- Leadership Management, Teaching,
           Organization etc.
UNIT-IV(a) Role of asanas in curing the various diseases i.e. obesity,
           diabetics, backache, joint pain, headache, cervical spondilosis,
           asthma, Memory, Digestive, ailments.
           Introduction   of   posture    of   the   body-   Types,   objective,
           classification of Asans in performing i.e. standing, supine, prone,
           topsy type, inverted postures etc. Differences between Asanas
           and Vyayam.
(b)        Introduction, definition, types of prnayam, Role and importance
           of pranayam for prevention, cure and removal of various
           diseases concern to humanity i.e. increase the memory, control
           thrust, hunger, anger, temperature, swelling and weakness of
           the body, respiratory and cardiac ailments, headache, insomnia,
           eye disease, ear and vocal and teeth problems.
                     SYLLABUS FOR 3rd. SEMESTER
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                         NATUROPATHY
Paper: III                  AND
TIME 3 HOURS              HEALTH     Theory:70 Pass Marks: 25

NOTE:        Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for all
consists 3 marks each.

UNIT-I.     HYDRO, MUD AND CHROMOTHERAPY:
            1. Physiological basis of hydro therapy and properties of Jal-
            Mahabhuta.

            2. Physiological effects of hot and cold water on the human
            body.

            3. Reflex effects of hot and cold water.
            4. Efficacy of water drinking
            5. Importance of water
            6. Uses of water in daily life
            7. Impurities and purification of water.
UNIT-II.    The      techniques    of    Hydrotherapy-Enema,         Compresses,
            Fomentation, Packs, Various baths, Vapour baths.
UNIT-III.   Different qualities of Mud, Method of collection and soaking,
            Mud-packs local and full, method, uses and contraindications.
UNIT-IV.(a)Composition of sun rays, Physiological effects of sun light on
            Blood and its circulation, nervous system, skin, Techniques of
            application of sun rays, different colours and their effects,
            methods of Chromotherapy by using various colours, uses and
            contra     indications of   various colours,     Chromotherapy for
            common diseases.
(b)         FASTING
            Philosophy and history, fasting versus starvation, methods of
            fasting,    physiological   effects   of   fasting,   indication   and
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contraindications of fasting. Method of breaking the fast. Fasting
in Acute and chronic diseases and in health.




          SYLLABUS FOR 3rd. SEMESTER

           PHYSIOTHERAPY


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Paper:IV                   AND
TIME: 3 HOURS             HEALTH           Theory:70 Pass Marks: 25

NOTE:        Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for all
consists 3 marks each.

                                    UNIT-I
     ACTIVE AND PASSIVE MOVEMENT:
1) what is active movement & give its classification.
2) write about the resisted exercises its principal & techniques of resisted
exercises.
3) What is the various resistances given to the patient in physiotherapy
treatment.
4) What is passive movement & Write in detail about its classification.
5) What are the various principal & technique of giving relax passive
movement.
                                   UNIT-II
     JOINT MOVEMENT, RELEXATION, MOBILIZATION:
1) What is relaxation & what are the type & techniques of relaxation.
2) What is Physiological relaxation?
3) What is joint Mobilization & it indication & Contraindication.
4) What is Concave & Convex rule?
5) Write about the grading of joint Mobilization & treatment plan.
                                   UNIT-III
     GAIT TRAINING:
1) What is Gait Training & how do you prepare of patient for Gait Training.
2) What is crutches, its type & write about the mejourment of axillary’s
crutches.
3) Write about the crutches working of partial weight bearing gait.
4) Write in detail about the determinant of gait.

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5) What is Gait & write in detail about gait cycle & its component.
6) Write on about seven pathological Gaits.
                                  UNIT-IV
(A)   FRENKEL’S EXERCISES:
1) What is incardination its causes & how will you treat the patient having
incardination of upper limb.
2) What is co-ordination & give various test for in co-ordinate movement.
3) Write un about Frenkel’s Exercises its Principal techniques & progression
with example.
4) What type of Frenkel’s Exercises will you give for lower limb in co-
ordination?
5) Write short notes on
a) Loss of Kinesthetic sense
b) Hypotonisity
c) Hypertonisity
d) Flaccidity
(B) ULTRASOUND THERAPY:
1) What is Ultrasound given its Physiological effect & techniques?
2) Write on about the indication, contraindication & danger of ultrasound
therapy.
3) What is the various method of giving ultrasound therapy?
4) Short notes on any two:
a) Coupling Media b) Cavitations c) Attenuation.
5) How do you give ultrasound to the patient having wound on leg & what
preparations will you done for giving ultrasound therapy.


                      SYLLABUS FOR 4th. SEMESTER

                          MUSIC THERAPY           Max. Marks: 130
Paper: I                      AND                           Pass Marks
TIME: 3 HOURS               HEALTH            Theory    70     25
                                              Practical 60     24
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NOTE:       Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for I, II,
III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer distributor
all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one question from
each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for all consists 3
marks each.
                                     UNIT-I
   1. Music therapy and Personality development i.e. social, mental, physical,
        emotional and spiritual.
                                          UNIT-II
   2. Role of Music in improving Academic achievement, power of concentration,
        attitudes and overall quality of life in modern times.
                                          UNIT-III
   3. Concept of Memory, Short term and long term memory, Impact of Music on
        Memory and retention.
                                          UNIT-IV
   4.a.Basic knowledge of Time–theory in music. Impact of music on three gunas
        (Vatt, Pitt and Kaf).
        b.Impact   and   use    of   specific       Ragas   for   curing   various   types   of
        Physical and Mental ailments.
PRACTICAL:
   1.      A student can opt for one instrument from the list given below:
           Sitar, Guitar, harmonium, Casio, Tabla, Dholak, Congo and bongo.
                                                            30 Marks
   2.      Case study by the students with the help of music therapy (recorded
           music, Vocal Music instruments).                 30 Marks




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                     SYLLABUS FOR 4th. SEMESTER

                          YOGA               Max. Marks:      130
Paper:II                   AND                             Pass Mark
TIME:3 HOURS              HEALTH             Theory    70     25
                                             Practical 60     24
NOTE:        Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for
all consists 3 marks each.

UNIT-I        1.(a)Concepts, meaning, classification, aim, objective and
                   importance of Bandhas.
            (b) Concepts,       meaning, types, aim and objective and
                 importance of Mudras.
            (c) What do you mean by Shatkram, Classification of
            Shatkrama and shatkriyas for digestive tract and Nervous
            system
UNIT-II    2. Effects of various yogic practices (Yam, Niyam, Aasan and
           Pranayam) on different systems (digestive, Nervous, repiratory,
           Muscluar, Cardiovascular, endocrinal ) on human body.
UNIT-III   3. Meditation (Om, Vipashyana, Bhavateet, and sahaj) and
            its application on Psychosomatic disorders.(i.e. mental and
            physical related ailments)
UNIT-IV 4. (a) Yoga and its relaxation techniques.(Shavasana, Yoganidra,
           Swansh-preksha, kayaotsarg etc. )
           (b)Elements of Healthy personality, problems of tension, stress
           and mental disorder and their remedies.
           (c)   What is the Naad, kinds of Naad. What is the Anhadnaad
            and its method and importance and place of Nadanusandhan
            .
           d) What is the swar & swar-yog according to yogic therapy.
           e) What is the Naadri and its types and function according to
           yogic text.
PRACTICAL:                                              60 MARKS
  1. Shatkarma’s (Cleansing Methods)                    20 Marks
     Tail, Ghrit & Milk Neti’s, Shankh-prachhalan
     Baghi, Vastra-Dhauti, Dand-Dhauti, Kapal-
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  -Dhouti, Vyutkramjal-Neti (Nasajal pan),
  Tratak, Neuli
2. Asanas, Mudras and Bandhs                          20 Marks
3. Pranayama                                          20 Marks
  (Nadishodhan, Suryabhedi, Bhastrika, Ujjaii,
  Sheetali, Sheetkari, Bhramri, Plawni, Murchha
  and Keveli.) and introduction of others variation
  of Pranayam.




                  SYLLABUS FOR 4th. SEMESTER
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                       NATUROPATHY            Max. Marks: 130
Paper III                  AND                               Pass Marks
TIME 3 HOURS             HEALTH               Theory    70     25
                                              Practical 60     24
NOTE:        Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory for
all consists 3 marks each.
UNIT-I     NUTRITION AND DIETETICS:
           Components of the DIET and their classification in brief:
           Carbohydrates, Protein, Lipids, Vitamins, Minerals salts and
           Trace elements, Water and roughage.
UNIT-II    FOOD AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN BRIEF:
1. Cereals, Pulses, Millets & Coarse grains, Fruits, Honey, Green leafy
  vegetables, Roots & tubers, Fats & oils, Milk & Milk products, Honey
  Sugar & Jaggery.
2. Toxins in Food adulteration and health hazards.
3. Human Nutritional requirements- When, What and how much to eat
  Nutrition in Pregnancy, infancy, childhood and adolescence Nutrition
  and immunity.
4. What is the Aahar and food, Balanced diet, Shadrash- explain it.

UNIT-III   NATUROPATHY HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT:
Special features of Nature cure hospitals, Qualities of therapist general
atmosphere, interaction with patients, efficient Management, Scientific
attitude, awareness of limitations and scope of Nature cure, economics of
hospital management.
UNIT-IV    TREATEMENT OF DISORDERS:
(i) Respiratory Disease:- Asthma, Bronchitis, sinusitis, Coughing
(ii) Digestive System:- Constipation and Indigestion, Abdominal Pain,
    Hyper Acidity, Colitis and Diarrhoea,
(iii) Cardio-Vascular Diseases: - Angina, Blood Pressure, varicose vein.



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UNIT-V.
  1. Endocrinal System:- Thyroid, Diabetes, Obesity,
  2. Nervous system and Joint Diseases: - Sciatica, Neuritis, Paralysis,
    Polio, Backache, Osteoarthritis, cervical and lumber spondilosis
  3. Others- Fever, Insomnia and headache.
PRACTICAL:                                       60 MARKS
  1. Lesson Plan (Record Maintance)              10 Marks
  2. Practical as per the Theory                 30 Marks
  3. How to apply the Naturopathic techniques    20 Marks
    on the patients- demonstrate it-




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                    SYLLABUS FOR 4th. SEMESTER

                        PHYSIOTHERAPY           Max. Marks:       130
Paper: IV                    AND                                Pass Marks
TIME 3 HOURS              HEALTH                Theory    70      25
                                                Practical 60      24
NOTE:         Paper setter is required to set 2 questions from each unit for
I,II,III, IV and V unit. Unit V consists of 10 questions of short answer
distributor all over the syllabus. Candidates are required to attempt one
question from each unit having 10 marks and the V unit is compulsory
for all consists 3 marks each.
                                      UNIT-I
     I.F.T AND T.E.N.S.:
1) What is I.F.T its physiological effect & techniques.
2) What is type of frequency is obtain in I.F.T, indication & contra
indication.
3) What is T.E.N.S. its application & indication give detail.
4) Short notes any two:-
a) Contraindication danger of them.
b) Medium frequency current.
c) Deep frequency current.
5) Give the positioning of electrode having Knee joint pain.
                                      UNIT-II
     U.V.R. AND LASER:
1) What is Laser & its application & effect
2) Give the indication & Contraindication Laser.
3) What U.V.R. its effect, Indication & Contraindication.
4) Give the frequency & application of U.V.R. & how do you calculate
the test those of U.V.R.
5) Short notes any two:-
a) PUVA
b) Counter irritation
c) Kromayer Lamp




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                                       UNIT-III
Techniques, physiological relax, local relax, effect and uses, Bed
mobility exercise.
1) Difference between Local & general relaxation.
2) Give the pillow placement of various position on general relaxation.
3) What is the Bed mobility exercises, its type & progression.
4) Give the general principal of relaxation, what is physiological
relaxation.
5) How do you prepare of patient for Bed mobility exercises from supine
to sitting.
                                       UNIT-IV
Massage: - Definition & Need
     Requisites of massage.
     Physiological effects of massage.
     Classification of massage.
     Indication & contraindication.
     Manual or modalities.
                                       UNIT-V
Rehabilitation Techniques
1) What is Rehabilitation & give the various techniques of the
Rehabilitation.
2) Write in detail about Rehabilitation team.
3) What are the level of prevention & give it detail.
4) Write in detail about the delivery of Rehabilitation care.
5) Short notes on any two:-
a) Impairment b) Disability c) Primary & Secondary disability
d) Limitation of disability.
PRACTICAL:                                              60 MARKS
   1. Lesson Plan                                       20 Marks
   2. Practical as per Theory                           30 Marks
   3. Spotting                                          10 Marks

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