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17 Sep 2019

Teaching Methods and Materials



Theoretical lectures are delivered in the lecture halls equipped with Laptop, Multimedia with Sound System, OHP, Slide Projector and Black/White Board. Small group teaching and discussions are held in tutorial rooms in batches. Anatomy dissection and histology classes are held batch-wise in respective rooms furnished with necessary instruments, cadavers and other teaching aids. There are also arrangements for clinical classes in the inpatient and outpatient departments in the hospital.

Teaching and Learning Organization

The teaching learning process uses various methodologies and educational aids.

Methods Description
Lectures  Four air-conditioned lecture galleries with multimedia, overhead projector, white board and sound system.
Demonstration and Tutorial (small group discussions) in preclinical and para clinical courses  Sixteen practical, tutorial, demonstration and museum rooms, histology, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, community medicine practical and museums.
Cadaver dissection and learning in museums  Anatomy dissection room, Cadaver house, anatomy museum, museum for pathology, microbiology and community medicine
Clinical case presentation, bed side clinical teaching  Seminar room in each department, out-patient departments, students studies case taking, clinical examinations and management under supervision of clinical registers and professors. Students in small group observe surgeries in operation theatres and labour room.
Skill laboratory, with OSPE/ OSCE stations and video aided live demonstration of surgeries  A clinical OSPE/OSCE room, clinical ward equipped with manikins, models, training materials, audio visual aids and video conference room linked to operation theatre to observe surgeries with live demonstration.
Reading room and Library  Reading room with 150 seats and the library where there are reference reading materials, journals and textbooks. Internet facility and e-library remains open from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm every day for study.