Sri Venkateswaraa Medical College Hospital and Research believes in quality assurance for its excellence and established an IQAC with the following vision.
To improve the academic and administrative performance of the Institution and to promote quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices
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Criterion – I
Criterion – II
Due consideration is given to equity and inclusiveness by providing reservation of seats to all categories during the admission process. Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various categories as per applicable reservation policy during the last five years
Average percentage of fulltime teachers with Ph.D./D.Sc./ D.Lit./DM/M Ch/DNB in super specialties /other PG degrees (like MD/ MS/ MDS etc.,) in Health Sciences (like MD/ MS/ MDS etc.,) for recognition as Ph.D guides as per the eligibility criteria stipulated by the Regulatory Councils /Affiliating Universities.
Average Percentage of fulltime teachers who received awards and recognitions for excellence in teaching, student mentoring, scholarships, professional achievements and academic leadership at State, National, International levels from Government / Government-recognized agencies / registered professional associations / academies during the last five years
Criterion – III
Total number of workshops/seminars conducted on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Research methodology, Good Clinical, Laboratory, Pharmacy and Collection practices, writing for Research Grants and Industry-Academia Collaborations during the last five years
Total number of extension and outreach activities carried out in collaboration with National and International agencies, Industry, community, Government and Non-Government organizations engaging NSS / NCC / Red Cross / YRC / Institutional clubs etc. during the last five years.
Total number of Functional MoUs/linkages with Institutions/ Industries in India and abroad for academic, clinical training / internship, on-the job training, project work, student / faculty exchange, collaborative research programmes etc. for last five years
Criterion – IV
Criterion – V
Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at State/Regional (zonal)/ National / International levels (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years.
Criterion – VI
Average percentage of teachers undergoing Faculty Development Programmes (FDP) including online programmes (Orientation / Induction Programmes, Refresher Course, Short Term Course etc.) during the last five years.
Criterion – VII
Criterion – VIII
Average percentage of fulltime teachers who have acquired additional postgraduate Degrees/Diplomas/Fellowships beyond the eligibility requirements from recognized centers/universities in India or abroad.
Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical College Hospital & Research Centre on the Puducherry-Villupuram National Highway is committed to create a healthier society. The Institution is promoted by Ramachandra Educational Trust, Chennai. The Ramachandra Educational Trust was started with the objective of providing best treatment to the people both rich and poor through provision of high class facilities and services in all specialties as well as imparting quality Medical, Para-medical and Nursing education.
The key to a successful patient-doctor relationship or student-teacher relationship depends on effective communication between them. Communication is the bridge between two people for better understanding. But there are no proper guidelines or criteria to follow it. Hence, the Institution proposed to develop such practices in the hospital and to inculcate it among the budding doctors and the first initiative was done by the institute on 25th November 2019 by conducting a CME by Prof Dr. K.R. Sethuraman, Senior Professor in Medicine, Dean, AMIST University (Malaysia), Former Vice – Chancellor, SBV University, Puducherry, on the topic of “Effective Communication is a key to Successful practice” for all faculty members, PG students, CRRIs, of SVMCH & RC. This has given rise to the the idea of having an exclusive Communication wing to provide a continued teaching on communication at the institution.
CONTEXT OF ICW
Selected faculty members of the SVGI were assigned for a certificate course in communication skills for Health Care professionals (CCHSP) conducted by Internationally acclaimed Medical Educationist, Dr. K. R. Sethuraman in association with Centre for Life Long learning of AMIST University, Malaysia from 28th April to 16th June 2021 via online mode due to COVID 19 pandemic.
After obtaining certificate from the CCHSP course, the Institution Communication wing was established in SVMCH & RC to provide periodic training for faculty members and students in communication skills on 17th July 2021 by the Dean, Dr. S. Ratnasamy, SVCMH & RC with the guidance of the COO, Dr. B. Vidhya, SVGI. The ICW was chaired by Dr. M. Pushpam, Professor Department of Pharmacology with patron as the Dean and with the guidance of Dr. B. Vidya, COO.
The first Workshop was conducted by the ICW from 1st to 3rd September, 2021, as faculty development program on the topic, “Patient Centered Communication”. This workshop was focused on training the faculty of SVMCH & RC. A total of twenty two faculties were trained during this workshop.
The second workshop was conducted in coordination between ICW & Medical Education Unit for the Post graduate students and CRRIs for two days from 9th December to 10th December, 2021. This workshop was mainly focused for training the budding doctors for effective communication with the patients on the topic, “An Insight into Patient Centered Communication Skill”. 15 Post graduate students and 36 CRRIs were benefitted from this workshop.
Thus the ICW prepares the practitioners to combat various problems faced by the patients in a professional manner.