Routine Immunization Schedule for Infants and Children

Immunization are carried on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays as per the reccomendation of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics.

Oral Polio Vaccine   - 1st dose
Hepatitis B Vaccine - 1st Dose
6 Weeks
DPT                            - 1st dose
Oral Polio Vaccine   - 2nd dose
Hepatitis B Vaccine - 2nd Dose
10 Weeks
DPT                            - 2nd dose
Oral Polio Vaccine   - 3rd dose
14 Weeks
DPT                             -3rd dose
Oral Polio Vaccine    - 4th dose
6-9 Months
Oral Polio Vaccine   - 5th dose
Hepatitis B Vaccine - 3rd Dose
9 Months
Measles Vaccine
15-18 Months
MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
DPT                            - 1st Booster dose
Oral Polio Vaccine   - 6th dose
5 Years
DPT                            - 2nd Booster dose
Oral Polio Vaccine   - 7th dose
10 Years
TT (Tetanus)            - 3rd booster dose
15-16 Years
TT (Tetanus)            - 4th booster dose
Optional Vaccines

Typhoid Fever Vaccine

Haemophilus Influenzae Type B

Hepatitis A Vaccine

Varicella Vaccine

Precautions :

If any of the following conditions apply to your child, talk to your doctor before getting your child vaccinated.

  • Your child had an allergic reaction to a previous vaccination.
  • Your child has seizures or serious neurologic disease.
  • The pertussis vaccine (DTaP) should not be given if a child has seizures or serious neurologic disease.
  • Your child can still have the tetanus and diphtheria (Td) vaccine without the pertussis vaccine.
  • Your child has poor immunity.

Children with weak immune systems should not get live virus vaccines (for example, chickenpox, MMR, or OPV). Because live virus vaccines live and divide within the person vaccinated, they can cause the actual disease if the immune system is very weak.

  • Your child has egg allergies.

Children who have a severe allergy to eggs should not receive the influenza vaccine. However, children who are allergic to eggs can receive all routine immunizations. Although the measles and mumps vaccines are grown in chick cells, the egg proteins are removed from these vaccines and the vaccines can be given without having your child skin-tested for an egg allergy.

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