Under Graduate
  • Orientation and counseling of students at the beginning of their curriculum
  • Comprises lectures, practicals, tutorials and lecture demonstrations. 155 didactic lectures conducted on power point and transparencies with overhead projectors, 121 practicals from hematology & clinical physiology, lecture demonstrations on human physiology & animal experiments by simulation software.
  • Small group teaching methods such as interactive tutorial sessions, computer aided teaching to ensure better understanding & personal attention.
  • Problem-based learning through clinical cases.
  • Extra classes foracademically backward students.
  • Continuous assessment is done by three exams, two Ist terms & one IInd term.
  • Students assessment by one terminal, one preliminary exam & two better of the three continuous assessment exam.
  • To understand clinical correlations:- visit to the blood bank
  • Flip Teaching
Charts
Charts
Computer assisted training
Computer assisted training

Animal Simulator
Animal Simulator
Digital Projection Camera
Digital Projection Camera

Student activities

Student's Seminar
Shock-2016
Shock -2016
Shock-2016

Mechanism of Hearing 2017
Mechanism of Hearing 2017
Mechanism of Hearing 2017

Student Quiz
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CNS & SPECIAL SENSES
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Post Graduation
  • Seminars, Journal club, PG practicals, Microteaching & PG discussions, Logbook maintenance.
  • Visit to various clinical departments to gain the knowledge of various techniques used to study the functions of various systems for 2 &1/2 month: 3 weeks Medicine posting and 1 week posting in each department mentioned hereafter- Reproductive health, Bio-chemistry, Electrophysiology, Dialysis, Radiology, Blood Bank
  • Visiting other colleges to attend PG activities, CME, Workshops, Conferences etc
  • Student evaluation – Theory exam one per term

PG Seminar
PG Seminar
PG Discussion
PG Discussion