Bhargavi P G

Assistant Professor Senior Scale

Department of Speech and Hearing


    Bhargavi is Assistant Professor Senior Scale in Department of Speech and Hearing at MCHP, Manipal.

    Academic Responsibilities:

    • Teaching : Undergraduate (B 3.3 Diagnostic Audiology part 1, B 5.4  Professional Practices In Speech, Language & Hearing Including Community  Work, B 4.4 Pediatric Audiology )
    • Class – coordinator (I & II Semester BASLP)
    • Teacher guardian (I & II Semester BASLP)
    • Guides : Conferences/ paper presentation
    • Co- guide : Dissertations
    • Degree certification

    Clinical responsibilities:

    • ISO : Patient feedback analysis
    • Camp – Incharge
    • Clinical Supervision/patient care



Subject Subject code Semester
Professional practices in Speech & Hearing B 5.4 III BASLP, 5th Semester
Pediatric Audiology B 4.4 II BASLP, 4th Semester
Diagnostic Audiology –Part-1 B 3.3 II BASLP, 3rd Semester


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MASLP Speech and Hearing School of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal Academy of Higher Education 2011
BASLP Speech and Hearing School of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal Academy of Higher Education 2009


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Dept. of Speech & Hearing,Manipal College of Health Professions, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal Assistant Professor Senior Scale Teaching and Clinical October 2016 - till date
Dept. of Speech & Hearing, School of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal Assistant Professor December 2011 – October 2016
A.V Baliga Hospital , Doddanagudde Consultant – SLP Clinical August 2011 – December 5th 2011


Area of Interest

Diagnostic audiology, Aural rehabilitation, Communication disorders

Area of Expertise

Diagnostic audiology, Aural rehabilitation, Communication disorders, Noise

Area of Research

Diagnostic audiology, Aural rehabilitation, Communication disorders

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

Professional affiliations:

  • Life member of Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)
  • Life member of Indian Speech & Hearing Association (ISHA)
  • Life member of Indian Speech and Hearing Association – Tamil Nadu(TAN-ISHA)
  • Life member of Indian Speech & Hearing Association –Manipal Chapter


  • BMJ South Asia Award – PG thesis award - BMJ South Asia - 2017
  • Second Prize in Oral Presentation - MASCO 2016, Melaka - 2016
  • Second Prize in poster presentation - World Health Day by Department of Community Health Nursing - 2015


  • Dangerous Decibel Educator Training Workshop - National University of Singapore - 2016
  • Certificate course in Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Methodology - MAHE, Manipal - 2013

Additional information:

  • Cultural co-ordinator of Institution Student affairs committee
  • Resource person for CBR training programme for parents of speech and hearing impaired children at ADARSHA 9th August 2013
  • Represented SOAHS and won throwball in 5th NITTE ACCOLADES 2015 South India Inter Medical Dental and Allied Health Sciences College Tournment.

Transient Auditory Dysynchrony due to Non-maturational causes evidenced by ABR -a case report

2012-01-01 Hari Prakash

Auditory neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) is a disorder which affects synchronous firing of auditory nerve and its manifested symptoms vary from individual to individual. A proportion of this population mainly infants below one year show spontaneous recovery which is attributed to maturation related factors. Presented here are two enigmatic case reports, one adult and one child, showing transient ANSD and an interesting pattern of recovery of ABR, different from the traditional pattern reported. Correlations with different tests and implications for further research have been discussed. International Journal of Scientific Research, 1(2), 144-146.

Adult auditory training is it part of aural rehabilitation? Focused group discussion.

Archana, G Krishna Y B Rajashekhar

Aim: To conduct focused group discussion on audiologist and hearing aid users to find out the necessity of auditory training in adults and geriatrics. Materials and Methods: A qualitative focused group discussion was conducted on 30 audiologist and 10 hearing aid users to gather the information on auditory rehabilitation in adults and geriatrics. Eight different questions were proposed for the discussion on aural rehabilitation in these population. Discussion was recorded and analyzed for the outcome of the study. Results: The participants of the group collectively agreed that just fitting of hearing aids on adults was insufficient and that they require further auditory training to facilitate their communication skills. There was a consensus of the group on the need to develop an auditory rehabilitation program that catered to the variations of culture, language, and dialects of the same in Indian population. Conclusion: Focused group discussion revealed that adults and geriatrics should undergo auditory training after fitting hearing aid. Indian Journal of Otology, 22(1), 24.

Comparison of Loudness Growth Function in Normal Hearing Individuals and Impaired Aided Hearing

2017-01-01 Florence Jeva Prakash Hari Bhargavi PG Krishna Y Rajashekhar B

Advanced Science Letters 2017, 23 (3). pp. 1946-1948.

Kyasanur Forest Disease

Pranathi kavi Bhargavi P G

Indian Journal of Otology; Vol 23,Issue 1;56-58

Language characteristics in child with glutaric acidemia Type 1

Veerabudren Sattiavany Bhargavi P G Sunila John

Indian Journal of Otology; Vol 22,Issue 4;288-290

Development Of Picture Oriented Questionnaire For Hearing Impaired Population

2016-01-01 Swati Mahendru Mr. Kishan M.M

Comparison Of Loudness Growth Function With And Without The Hearing Aid In Sensorineural Hearing Loss

2016-01-01 Florence. J Dr Krishna

Knowledge, attitude, and practice of printing press workers towards noise-induced hearing loss

2018-01-01 Ramziya Basheer Dr Hari Prakash

Knowledge, attitude and practices on dental professionals on procedural noise exposure

2018-01-01 Narendhran N.O Dr Kishan M.M

Satisfaction in hearing aid use based on real life experiences: A follow up study

2017-01-01 Fazil Dr Kishan M.M

Comparison of cognitive functions in elderly population with and without hearing loss

2017-01-01 Amrutha S Dr Archana