PG Medical Entrance Exam Preparation e.Tests

MEdRC EduTech Limited
In Hyderabad

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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Hyderabad
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Hyderabad
Lalita Towers, 6-3-1089/A/3, Asif Avenue,Rajbhavan Road, Hyderabad, , 500082, Andhra Pradesh, India
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PG Medical Entrance Exam Preparation e.Tests

MEdRC was set up in 1993 at Hyderabad, to help doctors teach and learn medicine making full use of computer graphics and multimedia technologies.

What started as a center to develop audio-visual aids at low cost for seminars, lectures and CME Programs, has evolved into an ambitious project that aims to significantly enhance the existing infrastructure and quality of medical & healthcare education through emerging digital technologies.

MEdRC's initial efforts are aimed at developing an exhaustive library of digitally archived e-Lectures by "Master Teachers" encompassing the entire undergraduate medical curriculum and for continuing medical education.

Over the past 12 months, MEdRC has been identifying a "dream faculty" - one that includes the "Who's Who" of medical education from India and abroad. Over 700 teachers have been nominated by heads of departments across all medical specialties and colleges, from all over India.

On invitation, they have been coming to MEdRC's television studios where dedicated production teams have been digitally recording their lectures.

A team of doctors and technologists work together at MEdRC to create multimedia elements that enhance these lectures.

MEdRC has an excellent medical illustration team which works on various reference diagrams provided by the faculty to create original medical graphics.

For concepts that need to be explained using animation, the Flash team develops interactive learning objects that provide an immersive experience to the learner.

A 3D graphics and animation team has been working to recreate the human body in all 3 dimensions, part by part, each part being anatomically accurate and proportionate to another.

An exam orientation team decides as to what long questions, short notes or multiple choice questions can get asked from each lecture.

MEdRC's software engineers have developed SmarTeach, a World-Class Teaching and Learning management software that provides tools to integrate teaching content, distribute it widely, and track learning activities.

The ultimate aim underpinning this massive effort is to support and promote the expansion of lifelong learning at all levels of practicing healthcare professionals, particularly in the form of continuing professional development.

MEdRC is committed to bring the necessary scientific, technological, manpower and financial resources together in creating one of the most desired medical education networks.

MEdRC is actively collaborating with various partners to enable its content to be available to every medical, dental, nursing and paramedical student - through various channels like e- Libraries, personal laptops, over Wi-Fi campuses... even on mobiles and interactive TV!

In future, MEdRC sees this effort as an enabler for real-time online interactivity between students and teachers - through tele-teaching, video conferencing, and even interactive medical gaming!


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