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MedRC provides e-Learning opportunities in health sciences

The recent launch of e-Learning programs at the Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Digital Library at Vijayawada should prove to be a blessing for many health sciences graduate and post graduate aspirants. NRTUHS provides various graduate and post-graduate courses in Health Sciences to more than 60,000 students through its 300 affiliated colleges. The First Year Basic Sciences syllabus mapped to the MCI prescribed curriculum for MBBS subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry are being provided at the NTRUHS Digital Library now. Since these subjects cover Basic Sciences concepts, they are also useful for students of BDS and could be useful for students of Nursing and Paramedical courses too. The Medical Education Research Centre for Education technologies (MEdRC EduTech) is converting the entire MBBS curriculum (as prescribed by the M.C.I.) into a series of over 7500 multimedia enhanced digital lectures. The lectures are delivered by Professors who are invited from various medical colleges across India, captured on video and subsequently enhanced by a team of doctors and multimedia professionals by adding multimedia elements in the form of slides, graphics, illustrations, 2D and 3D animation , etc. In addition MEdRC is developing e-Learning courses for Pharmacy, Dental, Nursing, Paramedical, Hospital Staff Training, and for Village Health Workers (in various Indian languages). MEdRC also captures and delivers modules for Continuing Medical Education through tie ups with various medical teaching organizations The lecture-on-demand system also allows weaker students who are currently unable to cope up to catch up and learn at their own pace, place and time using a simple interactive interface. The program is interactive

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