Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College was established in the year 2005. Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College is attached with Government Spine Institute, which is 80-bedded Super specialty Hospital. Our departments are well equipped with all modern prosthetics & orthotics related facilities. 

The college is recognized by the Government of Gujarat, Department of Medical & Health and affiliated to Gujarat University and Rehabilitation Council of India with a intake capacity of 12 students per batch. Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College has implemented well-designed curriculum by Rehabilitation Council of India of international standards with value-based education.

Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College has a well-qualified, committed and motivated faculty. Departments have well-equipped laboratories and clinics.

The Institute offers a healthy atmosphere and suitable student-teacher ratio to ensure that every student gets individual attention. The faculty at Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College is known for high standard of academic excellence and vast teaching experience. The students are encouraged to discover their aptitude and area of interest and are given a blend of knowledge and skills to enable them to face the challenges of the competitive work environment and become self-reliant.

Government Prosthetics & Orthotics College offered the following courses

BPO- Bachelor in Prosthetics & Orthotics Course shall extend over a period of (4) four academic years and (6) six months of compulsory Rotatory Internship.


Candidate should have passed Class 10+2 examination (12th standard) or equivalent examination with Science stream i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English. Admission process will be conducted by the “Admission Committee for Gujarat Professional Nursing & Allied Medical Education Courses”

Periodic Inspection of the college is carried out by Rehabilitation Council of India in 2022
MOU has been signed between GSI & IITRAM for Computational Modelling, Analysis & Manufacturing of a 3D printed Transtibial Prosthesis.