AIIMS ( All India institute Of Medical Sciences) Is constituting a committee to suggest the changes. They are required to implement in the current patterns of teaching , clinical training and examination of the final year MBBS students . This would be done two months after consulting with all the stakeholders.
The premiere medical institute has constituted an eleven member committee for suggesting changes in the current format of teaching , clinical training. After consulting from all the stakeholders, the committee formed will submit its recommendations in a period of two months. The poor attendance was of final year students was the reason for this.
An order by M. Srinivas , the director , stated,” We found that the attendance of students in the lecture classes is poor rather. students are more interested in the coaching classes . They are meant for the preparation for the PG entrance examination. Besides, in the last few years, the method of teaching and learning has changed significantly with a larger participation of online methods and simulation – based training. The report further stated,” the committee will submit its report to the dean for approval and implementation. registrar may facilitate the committee by providing logistic support like booking the dean’s committee room for the meetings based on availability.
There has been more involvement of online based teaching methods and stimulation based training.
The committee will be led under the chairmanship of Dr. Piyush Ranjan , the professor department of medicine. Other members of the committee include Dr. Ranvir Singh Jadon ,additional professor , department of obstetrics . Dr. Rakesh Kumar, professor ,department of otolaryngology .Further included Dr. Mohit Joshi, additional professor , department of surgery . Dr. Vidushi Kuishstra, additional professor, department of obstetrics and gynaecology . It also included Dr. Aditi Sinha, additional professor ,department of pediatrics . Further were Dr. Siddharth Sarkar, additional professor, department of psychiatry and NDDTC, Dr. Kanika Sahini, additional professor.