Major reforms coming in MBBS curriculum
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The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) and the Medical Council of India are giving final touches to major reforms in the MBBS curriculum with an emphasis on thinning down courses for undergraduate medical students. The Draft curriculum is under assessment by the experts and the authorities are also open to public opinions on reforms to be adopted in the MBBS programme.

The course orientation would be to skill students in addressing region-specific ailments. Students will no more study bulky books and the courses will be much easier to comprehend. The authorities are also trying to provide the courses in vernacular language inspite of the shortage of writers to translate.

The new curriculum is expected to be ready within next 18 months...

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/major-reforms-coming-in-mbbs-curriculum/article19948196.ece
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Dr. I●●●l P S●●●h
Dr. I●●●l P S●●●h General Medicine
If bulk of books decreased the bulk of knowledge automatically decreased.
Oct 31, 2017Like
Dr. V●●●n R●●●n
Dr. V●●●n R●●●n Urology
Won' t this promote rote learning if you in fact reduce the number and size of books for each subject? Just apprehensive that quality will go for a toss.
Nov 1, 2017Like