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Capability Enhancement

To provide an orientation towards research for the PG and  MBBS students and help them develop knowledge about research.  “Research Methodology” was started with an introduction to Research and shed spot light on the importance of research in their career and the significance in organizing this workshop. Following session was on Literature search and type of variables.  Methodology section was dealt with illustration and Followed by lecture on sample size calculation and Sampling techniques.

 

The objective of the course:

  • Navigate the operating system and start applications
  • Perform basic functions of file management
  • Perform basic functions in a word processor (office software) and spreadsheet
  • Manage print settings and print documents
  • Receive and send emails
  • Use a web browser to navigate the Internet.

To encourage computer skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with ICT / computing skills as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the ICT / computer skills afforded by the college

 

Professional ethics

In the professionalism and ethics module the first session was an interactive session about “why did you choose to become a doctor.” The students shared their ideas. Other sessions were aimed at orienting students about their roles as doctors in the society. The students were explained about the seriousness of the profession as they would be dealing with the lives of the patients and they were also explained that there was no room for mistake. They were also explained about the consequences of medical negligence and judgmental errors by the doctors. The students were taught with the help of audio visual aids, role plays & inter-active sessions. The students were given certain cases to study and allowed to analyse the mistake and problems in the case. The principles of the medical ethics were also explained in detail in one of the sessions it was highlighted about the importance of confidentiality and consent form. The different types of ethical codes were explained to students. The duties and responsibilities of a doctor after pursuing a degree were also discussed. There was an interactive session on unethical and unprofessional behaviour. Importance of documentation in patient care and how to document properly was taken. Immunization requirements of health care professionals were explained.


There are four language and communication skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. These four skills of language allow an individual to comprehend and produce spoken language for proper and effective interpersonal communication.

Nonverbal communication explains the processes that convey a type of information in a form of non-linguistic representations. Examples of nonverbal communication include haptic communication, chronemic communication, gestures, body language, facial expressions, eye contact etc

To encourage communication skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with language and communication skill as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the Language and communication afforded by the college

 

 

Medico legal issue

To bring up an Indian Medical Graduate, where Medico legal issue solving training given during course and internship period and  is one of the essential attributes is well taken care by SVMCH&RC. Institute conducts CRRI orientation courses as well as small sessions on Medico legal issue solving skills, with the experts.

   

 

 

A soft skill is a personal attribute that supports situational awareness and enhances an individual’s ability to get a job done. The term soft skills is often used as a synonym for people skills. Soft skill also impoves

  • Time management
  • Stress management
  • Personality development
  • ability to make good decisions
  • empathy for others
  • communication skills

To encourage soft skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with Time management, personality development, stress management as part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink of the soft skill afforded by the college

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Yoga is good for the body, it helps us destress and over time it helps in overall wellbeing. But, in the long-term, practicing yoga consistently, instills the most basic and important life skills

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control (yoke) and still the mind. There is a wide variety of schools of yoga, practices, and goals

To encourage life skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with Yoga as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the Yoga afforded by the college

Yoga for Holistic Health by Isha Foundation on 21.06.2020 at 7.30 am.

Yoga Lab- SVMCHRC.

  

 

 

 

Capability Enhancement

To provide an orientation towards research for the PG and  MBBS students and help them develop knowledge about research.  “Research Methodology” was started with an introduction to Research and shed spot light on the importance of research in their career and the significance in organizing this workshop. Following session was on Literature search and type of variables.  Methodology section was dealt with illustration and Followed by lecture on sample size calculation and Sampling techniques.

 

The objective of the course:

  • Navigate the operating system and start applications
  • Perform basic functions of file management
  • Perform basic functions in a word processor (office software) and spreadsheet
  • Manage print settings and print documents
  • Receive and send emails
  • Use a web browser to navigate the Internet.

To encourage computer skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with ICT / computing skills as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the ICT / computer skills afforded by the college

 

Professional ethics

In the professionalism and ethics module the first session was an interactive session about “why did you choose to become a doctor.” The students shared their ideas. Other sessions were aimed at orienting students about their roles as doctors in the society. The students were explained about the seriousness of the profession as they would be dealing with the lives of the patients and they were also explained that there was no room for mistake. They were also explained about the consequences of medical negligence and judgmental errors by the doctors. The students were taught with the help of audio visual aids, role plays & inter-active sessions. The students were given certain cases to study and allowed to analyse the mistake and problems in the case. The principles of the medical ethics were also explained in detail in one of the sessions it was highlighted about the importance of confidentiality and consent form. The different types of ethical codes were explained to students. The duties and responsibilities of a doctor after pursuing a degree were also discussed. There was an interactive session on unethical and unprofessional behaviour. Importance of documentation in patient care and how to document properly was taken. Immunization requirements of health care professionals were explained.

There are four language and communication skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. These four skills of language allow an individual to comprehend and produce spoken language for proper and effective interpersonal communication.

Nonverbal communication explains the processes that convey a type of information in a form of non-linguistic representations. Examples of nonverbal communication include haptic communication, chronemic communication, gestures, body language, facial expressions, eye contact etc

To encourage communication skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with language and communication skill as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the Language and communication afforded by the college

 

Medico legal issue

To bring up an Indian Medical Graduate, where Medico legal issue solving training given during course and internship period and  is one of the essential attributes is well taken care by SVMCH&RC. Institute conducts CRRI orientation courses as well as small sessions on Medico legal issue solving skills, with the experts.

   

A soft skill is a personal attribute that supports situational awareness and enhances an individual’s ability to get a job done. The term soft skills is often used as a synonym for people skills. Soft skill also impoves

  • Time management
  • Stress management
  • Personality development
  • ability to make good decisions
  • empathy for others
  • communication skills

 

To encourage soft skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with Time management, personality development, stress management as part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink of the soft skill afforded by the college

Photos:

 

Yoga is good for the body, it helps us destress and over time it helps in overall wellbeing. But, in the long-term, practicing yoga consistently, instills the most basic and important life skills

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control (yoke) and still the mind. There is a wide variety of schools of yoga, practices, and goals

To encourage life skill Sri Venkateshwaraa Medical college students are provided with Yoga as a part of capability enhancement scheme. The below is the weblink for the Yoga afforded by the college

Yoga for Holistic Health by Isha Foundation on 21.06.2020 at 7.30 am.

Yoga Lab- SVMCHRC.

  

 

 

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