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    The web-based MGIMS Classroom is an initiative to enhance the learning experience of students at Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram utilizing the immense potential of information technology. MGIMS Classroom offers interactive online classes developed by imminent teachers at MGIMS, Sevagram to support the classroom, clinical and community-based teaching of students. 

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Available courses

Students shall be able to learn important topics of inferior extremity from this course.

Students shall learn topics from nervous system in this course

This course has been created for the students pursuing PGDMCH Course at MGIMS, Sewagram.

The material of this course is taken mainly from the CDC's Epidemiology in Public Health Practice course. The full CDC self study course is available from http://www.cdc.gov/ophss/csels/dsepd/ss1978/

This is the first part of the online course developed to complement 'Community-based Medical Education' at MGIMS, Sewagram through the Social Service Camp and Village Adoption Scheme. It will provide students access to learning resources, a platform to share their experiences and post their queries. It will also help us prepare database for family and community diagnosis.

This course is for facilitating learning of our students during their monthly adopted village visits.  The course provides information on the identified topics as well as options for individual and group exercises that students may perform on the given topic during their adopted village visit.  

'Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health', an online course,  has been developed to complement the learning of undergraduate and post-graduate students in RMNCH+A.

After completing this course the learner will be able to plan a competency-based blended learning course, using a variety of online resources and learner activities, and blending it effectively with traditional methods of teaching.

This course is to orient teachers for developing course using MOODLE. 

This is a complementary course developed for the Advance workshop on MCQ Construction and Item analysis

This course is for II MBBS undergraduate students. The purpose is to focus on the laboratory investigations required to diagnose and monitor a case of diabetes mellitus. This course will not focus on the pathogenesis of the disease.

Basically it deals with the drugs used in CNS disorders and their basic pharmacology

This course will provide quiz questions in Radiodiagnosis for Undergraduate Students appearing for final MBBS.

The Integrated Course on Diabetes Mellitus - I is part of a series of courses to be developed on diabetes mellitus. This course will be for the students in the first MBBS and will have lessons from Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.