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Hepatitis B Vaccine- 1st dose

Oral Polio Vaccine - 1 (dose)

6 Weeks 
(One and a half months)

D.P.T. - 1st dose 

Oral Polio Vaccine- 2 (dose)

Hepatitis B Vaccine- 2nd dose

Hemophylis Influenza B (HIB) - 1st dose

10 Weeks 
(Two and a half months)

D.P.T. - 2nd dose 
Oral Polio Vaccine- 3 (dose)
Hemophylis Influenza B (HIB) - 2nd dose

14 Weeks

D.P.T. - 3rd dose 
Oral Polio Vaccine- 4 (dose)
Hemophylis Influenza B (HIB) - 3rd dose

6 months 

Oral Polio Vaccine - 5 (dose)
Hepatitis B Vaccine- 3rd dose

9 months Measles Vaccine
15-18 months  MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) - 1st Dose
D.P.T.- I Booster
Hemophylis Influenza B (HIB) - Booster
5 years MMR - 2nd Dose
D.P.T. -  II Booster
Oral Polio Vaccine 6 (Dose)
10 years TD (Tetanus, Diphtheria)
15 years  TD


Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) is a live vaccine developed in 1921 to protect babies and young children against the most severe forms of Tuberculosis (TB) such as TB meningitis and military TB. In countries where TB infection and TB diseases are common, the World Health Organisation strongly endorses the continued use of BCG in national immunisation programme to minimise the harmful effects of TB infection in the first year of life.

 A nodule appears 3-4 weeks after BCG vaccination. It may soften or ulcerate in 2-4 weeks. No application or fomentation is necessary. It heals, leaving a scar, indicating effective vaccination.


 DPT vaccination is given to immunize babies against the diseases diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus. The vaccine is administered as three dosages within 6 months and a booster at 18 months and at 4-6 years of age. There may be mild fever and pain, redness and swelling at the site of the injection. A small painless lump may remain for a few weeks. For fever and pain, paracetamol syrup/tablet may be given. 


OPV is oral polio vaccine administered as drops for protection against polio.

HBV (Hepatitis B)

A hepatitis B injection for jaundice is given shortly after birth while the mother and child are still in hospital.

Hemophylis Influenza B (HIB)

Hemophylis Influenza B vaccination is taken for protection against Meningitis, Pneumonia etc. The vaccination causes redness, warmth, or swelling where the shot is given, or fever in some children within a day of vaccination and may last 2-3 days. 

There are other vaccinations developed for protection against diseases, but which has not been made mandatory by the government in India. These vaccinations may be given to the child after consulting a doctor. These include Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV), a vaccine used to protect infants and young children against disease (Pneumonia ) caused by the Streptococcus pneumoniae which can be given at 6 weeks, 10th and 14th weeks respectively followed by a booster dose at  15-18 months.  Rotovirus vaccine protects children from rotaviruses, which is the leading cause of severe diarrhea among infants and young children. The vaccine can be given after 6 weeks of age. The Varicella vaccine is a live virus that protects against the viral disease, Chickenpox caused by Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV). This vaccine is given after 15 months, then a booster dose at 4-6 years. Hepatitis A vaccine against hepatitis A Virus (Jaundice), is administered first at 12 months, then another dose at 6 months of age. Human pappiloma Virus (HPV) vaccine is a vaccine against some types of Human Pappiloma viruses which causes cervical cancer and genital warts. It can be taken between the age group of 9 and 25 years. There are also vaccines available against Typhoid, H1N1 etc.   

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 Sangeetha , Namakkal    16/12/2018
Thanks for useful information
 ,     2/6/2017
Please tell me the cost of DTP in Ludhiana
 ,     8/4/2017
Please arrange price list for vaccination
 Reena, Pune    28/3/2017
Thanks for providing such a useful information
 Jjitendra Netam, Vadodara     6/2/2017
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 GYAN SINGH SWARANKAR, Dausa Rajasthan    24/8/2016
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 Jimnesh TK, Calicut    23/7/2016
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 Anand, chennai    5/3/2016
Thanks for details sir conform the mandate vaccine and the options...
 Vinesh, Kerala    30/1/2016
Valuable information! Thanks for the vaccination schedule...
 Neeraj Dewangan, Raigarh    27/11/2015
Great information for all. This is very Important ; we know & understand vaccination schedule for our babies.
 Poonam, Patan    24/11/2015
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 Dhruv Patel, Ahmedabad, Gujarat    13/10/2015
Very Nice information regarding vaccine. Definitely parents got some knowledge from these... Thanks..
 Afreen Kazi, Ichalkaranji    22/8/2015
Good source of information for new mom's...
 Himanshu suthar, Dungarpur    11/7/2015
It's very important information.. Will help me for my baby...thanx
 Venkatramakrishnan, Coimbatore    13/5/2015
Good. Useful informations . Thank you
 Disha, Kanpur    5/2/2015
Thanks,for providing such useful information for all loving mothers.
 Sonia Chris, Banglore    31/1/2015
 seema praful mokadam, wardha    24/11/2014
Very usful for new mother. thancs
 Shoban Babu, Khammam    9/9/2014
Really helpful and handy ...Thanks
 Ashwanth, Nellai    30/7/2014
Very useful thanks..
 S.Bakkiyaraj, Chennai    14/6/2014
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 Visa, Tamiinadu    26/4/2014
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 J Dutta, Siliguri    22/4/2014
Valuable information. Thnks for the chart.
 sushma negi, New Delhi    1/3/2014
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 Chand, Kothacheruvu    29/1/2014
This table is mostly useful for children.
 Mangesh Verulkar, Thane ( Mumbai )    21/1/2014
Thanks for good information.
 Bhagt Jyoti Digambar, Nanded    11/7/2013
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 Bharti, Delhi    26/5/2013
Thanks for vaccination schedule.....
 Selvam, Chennai    10/4/2013
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 n.pradeepa, thondamanatham puducherry    31/7/2012
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Questions of
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 1.  Posted on : 6.7.2015  By  :  H B Nagle , Nagpur View Answer (0) Post Answer

My son akshay has been suffering from hydocele for last one year. His one testis is increasing. one more thing is that he is suffering from hemangioma by birth and after two years of his birth hydrocele and tonsils are the new diseases arises

 2.  Posted on : 20.5.2014  By  :  Arav Gagan , Ranchi View Answer (1) Post Answer

I want to 01 Years old baby Vaccine chart ex. Pneumonia, Hepatitis A, Chicken Pocks, Flu. 1.Pneumonia Patient Baby 2. DOB-02/04/2013


These are the reccommendations for immunization by Indian peadiatric associations 1. Hepatitis A - 1 dose (12 Months) , 2 Dose (24 Months) Pnumococcus Vaccination - 1 Dose (1 1/2 Months) 2 Dose (2 1/2 months) 3 Dose - (3 1/2 months) Chickenpox Vaccination 1 Dose - 15 months 2 Dose - 4- 6 years Influence Vaccination - Every Year Check the link for more details Please consult your peadiatrician for further Advise

  Posted By :Admin , Kochi | On 26.5.2014
 3.  Posted on : 27.1.2014  By  :  Vaishnavi , Chennai View Answer (1) Post Answer

Hi thanks for the above information and I am having two more question first one is we can use citric acid regularly for new born baby second my son body over heat what I want to do become normal


You should not use citric acid on a new born baby. Your son probably is a normal active one year old, if you are concerned, please consult a pediatrician.

  Posted By :Admin , | On 26.5.2014
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