Program Outcomes (PO)
At the end of the one-year PGDYT program, the PG Diploma holders will be able to function effectively as:
PO-1: Yoga practitioner capable of expressing its health benefits to the general public.
PO-2: Yoga wellness instructor capable of teaching small group sessions under guidance.
PO-3: Advocates of Yoga as an integrative therapy in AYUSH and CAM systems capable of data collection for research purposes.
PO-4: Yoga trainer and facilitators who can provide specialised yoga programs for corporate sector, universities and sporting bodies.
PO-5: Yoga Teachers/ therapists who can provide modified yoga therapy programs
for special interest groups of the community such as senior citizens,
transgender and children with special needs.
PO-6: Yoga therapist who can prepare a personalised yoga therapy protocol based
on yogic and modern medical evaluation, and administer it with proper documentation of follow-up.
PO-7: Advocates of Information and Communication Technology including e-learning, online learning, and other modalities.
PO-8: Self-directed learners, capable of planning and documenting their leaning experiences and reflections in the form of e-portfolio, which will be a part of their formative and summative learning.
1.Knowledge of music therapy, clinical, psychological, interdisciplinary, neuroscience of music, basics in research, publication and teaching principles, theories, and concepts
a.To specialize in any particular area of medical or community music therapy
b.To learn how to work alongside an interdisciplinary team of professionals
c.Knowledge of research and scientific literature
d.Ability to present music therapy in various populations and clinical areas
e.Ability to teach, be creative and to apply music therapy in different scenarios
I. Ability to demonstrate the skills
a. Articulate problem statements and identify objectives- ability to demonstrate the
b. Identify appropriate concepts and systems in an attempt to solve problems
II. Demonstrate an ability to formulate, analyze and interpret system & concepts
a. Combine principles and applicable concepts to formulate a process suitable to
existing requirement / problem
b. Identify changes in practice/system and processes in an attempt to provide
alternatives to existing processes and systems
III. Demonstrate an ability to analyze results, defend position and arrive at
a. Produce and validate results by applying existing suitable principles
Gained to solve complex problems
a. Demonstrate an ability to discover and process information in the field.
a. Construct concepts as an ordered system of relationships
b. Seek clear understanding of concepts and ideas that shape reasoning
I. Demonstrate an ability to consider a wide variety of viewpoints, clarify and solve
a. Has developed a multi-dimensional thought process to consider multiple relevant
b. Formulate purpose and goals that are clear, realistic, and reasonable
c. Seek clear understanding of the question/situation under consideration to be
d. Has built a broad perspective in understanding issues and facts
a. Have good communication skills – indicators
b. Demonstrate the ability to adapt and have a positive attitude – indicators
c. Demonstrate an ability to execute solutions to industry requirements – indicators
a. Demonstrate an ability to understand ethical codes and practices- indicators
b. Demonstrate and ability to apply ethical principles- indicators
a. Demonstrate an ability to find out sources of new information and its access-
b. Demonstrate and ability to keep abreast of latest developments in the field-
c. Demonstrate and ability to find gaps in knowledge and seek to address the gaps-