Training of Students
Under Graduate Medical Students
We provide didactic lectures, practical sessions, and small group discussions which are interactive using different teaching-learning methods such as problem-orientated learning, case-based learning, seminars and integrated teaching sessions as a part of Early Clinical Exposure with adequate audiovisual aids, these enable a better understanding of concepts to the students and foster self-directed learning as per the new curriculum.
Faculties are involved in student enrichment activities such as Foundation course (1 month as per MCI), HeART program, Mentor-Mentee program and SNACS (Student Need Additional Curricular Support) for first-year students and Laboratory Medicine postings, Data interpretation classes, and CREAMS for second-year students.
We use the Learning Management System (LMS) to provide students with teaching-learning resources and also to interact, receive feedback and assess their performance periodically.
To enhance the interest of the students, activities like Intra College Quiz – ChemAmaze, Seminar and e-poster competition are conducted every year.
Undergraduate Dental Education
To teach undergraduate dental students, we take lectures and practical sessions. To enhance interest of the students, we provide an opportunity for interactive seminars sessions and mini lecture competitions.
Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
- Nursing and allied health science students are trained under different basic concepts of biochemistry, to become better health care providers in future.
- In addition, we offer teaching services to B.Sc. MLT during the first year and in final year various theory and practical sessions are conducted to enhance clinical biochemistry knowledge and skills of the students.
Postgraduate students are trained in basic as well as advance biochemistry through seminars, journal clubs, presentations on recent advances and group discussions. Practical experiments are multifaceted which covers analytical, interpretation and quality of routine, special biochemical parameter and molecular techniques. Students are posted in clinical laboratory to be trained in patients care laboratory services, Good Clinical Laboratory Practices, ISO 15189 and laboratory accreditation process. The department curriculum formulation, development and revisions are conducted by Board of studies. Syllabus formulation of the subject is through using MCI guidelines and other co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.