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National Immunization Schedule in India; 2017

For pregnant women
Early in pregnancy
TT-1* 0.5 mL Intramuscular Upper arm
4 weeks after TT-1
TT-2 0.5 mL Intramuscular Upper arm
*If the pregnant woman has received two TT doses in a pregnancy within last 3 years, only one TT-booster is required during the present pregnancy

For infants

At birth
BCG, 0.1 mL (0.05 mL for <1 month age), Intradermal, Left upper arm
0-dose OPV, 2 drops, Oral This dose is not counted
Hep-B (birth dose), 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – LEFT (k/a Birth dose)

6 weeks
Pentavalent-1, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – LEFT
OPV-1, 2 drops, Oral
*Rotavirus Vaccine, 5 drops, Oral, * In select States
#IPV, fractional dose (0.1ml), INTRADERMAL #in select States
PCV - 1

10 weeks
Pentavalent -2, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – LEFT
OPV-2, 2 drops, Oral
*Rotavirus Vaccine, 5 drops, Oral, * In select States

14 weeks
Pentavalent -3, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – LEFT
OPV-3, 2 drops, Oral
IPV, 0.5 ml, INTRAMUSCULAR, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – RIGHT
*Rotavirus Vaccine, 5 drops, Oral * In select States
PCV - 2

9–12 months
Measles / MR, 0.5 mL, Subcutaneous, Right upper arm
#Japanese Encephalitis (1st Dose), 0.5 mL, Subcutaneous, Left upper arm, # In select endemic districts
Vitamin A first dose, 1 mL (100,000 IU), Oral
PCV - B

For children
16–24 months
DPT booster-1, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Anterolateral side of mid-thigh – LEFT
OPV booster, 2 drops, Oral
#Japanese encephalitis (second dose), 0.5 mL, Subcutaneous, Left upper arm, # In select endemic districts
Measles (second dose)/ MR/ MMR* 0.5 mL Subcutaneous Right upper arm
Vitamin A-second dose, 2 mL (200,000 IU), Oral
#J.E. vaccine Given only in select states, district, and cities that are endemic for the disease
*MMR Presently given in Delhi, Goa, Sikkim, and Puducherry
Every 6 months till 5 years of age
Three to ninth dose of Vitamin A, 2 mL (200,000 IU), Oral
The 2nd to 9th doses of Vitamin A can be administered to children 1-5 years old during biannual rounds, in collaboration with ICDS.
5–6 years
DPT Booster-2, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Upper arm
10 years
TT, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Upper arm
16 years
TT, 0.5 mL, Intramuscular, Upper arm

Reference:
GOI. Immunization Handbook for Medical Officers. New Delhi: Department of Health and Family Welfare; 2016.

National Immunization Schedule in India; 2017: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/national-immunization-schedule-india-2017

Rotavirus vaccine: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/rotavirus-vaccine

Pentavalent vaccine: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/pentavalent-vaccine

BACILLE CALMETTE GUERIN (BCG) VACCINE: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/bacille-calmette-guerin-bcg-vaccine

IPV (INACTIVATED POLIOVIRUS VACCINE): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/ipv-inactivated-poliovirus-vaccine

DT & TT Vaccines: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/dpt-and-tt-vaccines

Oral Polio Vaccines (OPV): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/oral-polio-vaccines-opv

Measles Containing Vaccines (MCV): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/measles-containing-vaccines-mcv

HEPATITIS B VACCINE: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/hepatitis-b-vaccine

JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS (JE) VACCINE: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/japanese-encephalitis-je-vaccine

Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/pneumococcal-conjugate-vaccine-pcv

RABIES VACCINE: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/rabies-vaccine

CONCENTRATED VITAMIN A SOLUTION: http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/concentrated-vitamin-solution

VACCINE VIAL MONITOR (VVM): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/vaccine-vial-monitor-vvm

Adverse event following immunization (AEFI): http://www.ihatepsm.com/blog/adverse-event-following-immunization-aefi