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Constitution of IAVIP

Posted on: 11 Jun 2018

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION
NAME
This Association will be called”Indian Association of Visually Impaired Physiotherapists” (I A V I P).
OBJECTIVES OF IAVIP:
Sharing scientific education through planned programmes that are practical, need based, and job oriented.
Aims of IAVIP:
The IAVIP will hold camps at various locations where VIPTs are practicing. This will generate more awareness in the community towards the working of a VIPT and also help the VIPT gain confidence.
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
MEMBERSHIP:
Any visually impaired person who has completed a minimum of a 2 year certificate course in Physiotherapy from any school recognized by the government, or affiliated to any body recognized by the government shall be eligible to become members of this association.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF IAVIP

Posted on: 11 Jun 2018

OBJECTIVES OF IAVIP:

 

  • Sharing scientific education through planned programmes that are practical, need based, and job oriented.
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  • Creating a cadre of VIPTs who have ‘value’ in the market due to their training.

 

Aims of IAVIP:

 

  • The IAVIP will hold camps at various locations where VIPTs are practicing. This will generate more awareness in the community towards the working of a VIPT and also help the VIPT gain confidence.
  • The IAVIP will be responsible for publishing regular magazines for the VIPTs. These magazines will contain articles regarding different techniques of physiotherapy which are developed in other countries. These publications shall also be used for advertising vacancies, etc.

What is IAVIP?

Posted on: 16 Jan 2018

IAVIP (Indian Association of visually impaired physiotherapists) is the only official body representing all the practicing Visually Impaired Physiotherapists in India. Established on the 1st of April 2007, IAVIP is registered with the Public Charity Commissioner and also under the Society Act.
IAVIP was formed by the 3 schools currently conducting a programme in Physiotherapy for the Visually Impaired in India.