Kavoor Rd, Vidya Nagar, Mangaluru – 575013

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Kavoor Rd, Vidya Nagar,
Mangaluru – 575013


Dr. M.V.Shetty College of Speech and Hearing established in the year  1991, which is the first private sector speech and hearing college in India with an exclusive building and full fledged facilities.The college offers Bachelor Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP) programme, which is affiliated to Mangalore University and and recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India, New Delhi

About Course

Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP) four year (eight semesters) Credit Based Bachelor Degree Programme which is affiliated to Mangalore University which includes one year’s internship. The training in the first three years (six semesters) is an equal combination of theoretical subjects and hands-on practical training. Upon successful completion a graduate is eligible to assess and treat various types of speech, language and hearing disorders. The admissions for BASLP course commence in the month of June of the academic year.


Duration of the Programme :

4 years in 8 semesters

Key Information

  • Duration

    4 Years

  • Course Type

    Bachelor Degree

  • Campus


  • Semester


  • Course Type

    Full Time


  • A candidate who has passed the two year pre-university examination conducted by the pre-university board of Karnataka or any other examination considered as equivalent there to by Mangalore University with the following subjects combination: Physics, Biology, Chemistry and any one of Mathematics/Computer Science/Electronics/Psychology
S.NoSemester/YearCourse/Subject Title
11st year BASLP ( 1st & 2nd Semester )Advanced Kannada/ Basic Kannada
Communication Sciences
Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing
Clinical Psychology
Linguistics & Phonetics
Electronics and Acoustics
Research methods & Statistics
Constitution of India
22nd year BASLP ( 3rd Semester )Voice and its disorders
Speech Sound Disorders
Diagnostic Audiology
Behavioral Tests
Amplification Devices
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology
32nd year BASLP ( 4th Semester )Motor Speech Disorders in Children
Language disorders in Children
Diagnostic Audiology
Physiological Tests
Implantable hearing devices
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology
43rd year BASLP ( 5th Semester )Structural Anamolies & Speech disorders
Fluency and its disorders
Pediatric Audiology
Aural Rehabilitation in Children
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology
43rd year BASLP ( 6th Semester )Motor Speech Disorders in Adults
Motor Speech Disorders in Adults
Aural Rehabilitation in Adults
Audiology in Practice
Clinicals in Speech Language Pathology
Clinicals in Audiology

Documents required for Admission

Following Original Certificates should be submitted at the time of Admission with one set of attested copy.

  • Aadhar Id(Xerox copy)
  • SSLC/10th Marks card
  • HSC/PUC/10+2 Marks card
  • Transfer certificate issued by the college last studied
  • Character/conduct certificate issued by the College last studied
  • Migration certificate issued by the University/Board other than Karnataka State.
  • Eligibility Certificate from Mangalore University other than Karnataka State.
  • Physical fitness/Medical certificate
  • Passport size photograph-10 Nos.
  • For students from Nepal: Provisional Pass Certificate or Degree certificate issued by the University/Board, Nepalese citizenship certificate, date of birth in Indian Almanac (A.D.) and Equivalence certificate
  • For students from other country: Passport and student visa and date of birth in Indian Almanac.


Pedagogy for the Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (BASLP) program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education that combines theoretical knowledge with hands-on practical training. The pedagogical approach focuses on the following key elements:

  1. Theoretical Foundation: Students receive a strong theoretical foundation in the fields of audiology and speech-language pathology. They study subjects such as anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanisms, linguistics, psychology, and communication disorders.

  2. Practical Training: Practical training is a fundamental component of the program. Students engage in hands-on learning experiences, including clinical internships, where they work with real clients under the supervision of experienced faculty and clinicians. 

  3. Interdisciplinary Learning: The BASLP program encourages interdisciplinary learning by integrating knowledge from various related fields, such as medicine, psychology, and education. This approach prepares students to work collaboratively in healthcare settings.

  4. Research and Evidence-Based Practice: Students are introduced to research methodologies and evidence-based practice principles. They learn to critically evaluate research findings and apply them to clinical decision-making, ensuring the highest standards of care.

  5. Communication and Interpersonal Skills: Communication is emphasized throughout the program. Students learn effective communication and interpersonal skills, which are essential for building rapport with clients and their families.

  6. Continuous Assessment: Continuous assessment methods, including examinations, assignments, and clinical evaluations, are used to gauge students’ progress and ensure that they meet the program’s academic and clinical standards.

Career Paths

  1. Clinical Audiologist: Diagnose and treat hearing disorders in clinical settings, working with patients of all ages.
  2. Speech-Language Pathologist: Help individuals with speech, language, and communication disorders improve their communication abilities.
  3. Pediatric Specialist: Focus on assessment and treatment of communication disorders in children, often in schools or pediatric clinics.
  4. Geriatric Care: Provide services to the elderly population, addressing age-related communication and hearing challenges.
  1. Researcher: Engage in research to advance the understanding and treatment of communication and hearing disorders.
  2. Academic Educator: Teach and mentor future professionals in audiology and speech-language pathology at educational institutions.
  3. Public Health Advocate: Work in public health settings, promoting awareness and prevention of communication and hearing issues.
  4. Rehabilitation Counselor: Assist individuals with disabilities, including communication and hearing impairments, to achieve independence and employment.

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