This program will prepare physician assistant students/candidates capable of:
- Approaching a patient of any age group, in any setting, to elicit a detailed and accurate history, perform an appropriate physical examination, delineate problems, record, and present the data.
- Acquiring skills in recognizing deviations from the normal, common laboratory, radiologic, cardiographic and other diagnostic procedures that are used to identify pathophysiological processes.
- Assisting the physician in assessing patients in the inpatient and outpatient clinics, developing, and
implementing patient management plans, recording patient progress, assisting in the provision of continuing care and helping patients cope with illness and injury with education and counseling.
- Performing specific routine technical and surgical procedures, assisting with more complex procedures, and taking initiative in performing evaluation and therapy in response to life threatening situations.
- Conveying an understanding of the multi-dimensional role of the physician assistant, demonstrating professionalism in service to the profession and the community.
Following are the key features of the BSc - Physician Assistant program at TAU.
PROGRAM FEE AND SCHOLARSHIPS
|Admission Fee (One-Time Fee)
|Total Course Fee
Scholarship is available for eligible students
Passed with at least 45% (40% in case the candidates belong to reserved category) in Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent with Botany, Zoology, Physics and Chemistry or Inter vocational with Bridge course of Biological and Physical Sciences (or) APOSS with Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences and should have completed 17 years as on 31st December 2022.
PAs have opportunities in a wide variety of specialties. These range from Primary Care to Surgery. See the list below:
- Primary care
- General Medicine
- Cardiology and cardiac surgery
- Trauma care
- Obstetrics and gynecology
- Emergency medicine and critical Care Medicine