Learning Objective

  • The student will be able to do the following: Communicate effectively with other health care professionals using the appropriate EEG.
  • Terminology measure a mannequin head according to the International 10-20 system of Electrode Placement
  • In 20 minutes apply electrode to the pre-measured mannequin head in 45 minutes using paste technique
  • Demonstrate use of the polarity convention in mortgage design and localization technique.

Eligibility Criteria

  • 10+2 (Science)
  • English competency - 40% Marks in 10 + 2
  • Basic computer knowledge -MS Office

Course Duration



Course Content

  • Anatomy & physiology
  • Introduction to Neurophysiology
  • Nervous system and its parts
  • Classification of Nervous system
  • Neurotransmitters


  • Action Potential
  • Neural coding and its general principles
  • Reflexes
  • Neuropathology
  • Electroencephalography

Course Highlights

  • Program pedagogy which includes Webinar, Student Faculty Chat by Subject Experts and Project Work.
  • Reference subject through E-library
  • Program materials developed by experts
  • Each block culminating into a qualifying assignment
  • Credit based teaching outcomes for global application

Learning Outcome

  • To understand the concept of Neurophysiology technology and its advantages.
  • To understand the concept of nervous system and its disorders. Conditions such as epilepsy, Parkinson’s diseases, motor neuron diseases, seizures, stoke and multiple sclerosis.
  • To understand the functioning, maintenance of equipment and clinical practice.

Evaluations and Grading

  • Evaluations will collate candidate performance based on Self Assessment, Term End Assessment, completion of Project Work , participation in Webinar , participation in student-faculty chat.
  • Grading will be done based on alphabetical grade point percentage.


At the end of the program the student will be awarded a Certification from Astron Institute of International Studies.