Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of MyPGMEE, an intuitive, innovative, easy to use, first-ever online training and testing platform for post-graduate medical students.
The product has been developed by a renowned author, Dr Mudit Khanna, who has been an invaluable guide to every aspiring All India Post Graduate Medical Examination (AIPGMEE) entrant for over a decade.
MyPGMEE provides a comprehensive learning suite, incorporating an easy-to-use online testing platform, dynamic database of recent examination questions and simulated tests.
In these evolving times and changing exam patterns, it is imperative for students to be contemporary and well versed with patterns and complexities of online examination in order to excel in the highly-competitive medical PG exams. MyPGMEE is a one stop solution for all the needs of the PG medical aspirants and it eliminates the need for multiple communication touch points for the students.
The vast experience of Dr Mudit Khanna in guiding thousands of PG medical aspirants with his best in class content, combined with Elseviers next generation IntelloTesting platform, will give students the much needed edge to successfully tackle the examination. Dr Khanna says, I am delighted to partner with Elsevier for this avant-garde product. There is a little doubt that the landmark transition of the AIPGMEE from a paper-based pattern to a computer-based pattern is set to alter the preparation strategy. It is crucial that we recognize the momentous change and aim at a unique and innovative approach to counter the challenges and help aspiring medical undergraduates emerge as a ‘smart’ winners.
We are on the cusp of a Golden Age in medical learning. Online learning is shifting tremendously to meet todays education needs, and we stay relevant to revitalize these preparation challenges. Technologies have permeated the post-graduate environment, providing students with easy-to-use and flexible tools to create new offerings focused on user experience, says Rohit Kumar MD, South Asia, Elsevier Health Sciences.
Elsevier has raised the bar, both for post-graduate students and medical faculty, by introducing MyPGMEE into the industry. We have always approached learning in a holistic mode, to offer customizable tools that meet the needs of diverse learners and constantly alter knowledge variables, Rohit further adds.
Dedicated to enhancing education benchmark for students anywhere in India, Elsevier plays an important part in the online education market for medical fraternity. MyPGMEE will be available directly to the target user for purchase online on www.mypgmee.com, on Flipkart, as well as through select retailers in major cities throughout India. The content is reviewed and updated periodically. Continuous updation of questions will be available free to the users during their period of subscription.
Going forward, Elsevier also aims to introduce new subject-wise tests by leading authors to be available for purchase as top-ups in coming months. Similar preparation tools for exams like UPSC and dental PG entrance are also being developed using the Elsevier IntelloTesting platform, and these will also be available for the students very soon.