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Telangana MBBS graduates Passing out without learning a Human Anatomy Dissection?

Telangana MBBS graduates Passing out without learning a Human Anatomy Dissection?
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It is a debacle for Medical Colleges for passing out the MBBS Students without the basic knowledge of the human body Its an Embarassment over non conducting classes at the Maheshwara Medical College for over a month now, The Telangana Junior Doctors Association TJUDA has said that there are many other medical colleges which are not conducting classes regularly, especially when it comes to a

HYDERABAD: It is a debacle for Medical Colleges for passing out the MBBS Students without the basic knowledge of the human body. Its an Embarassment over non conducting classes at the Maheshwara Medical College for over a month now, The Telangana Junior Doctors Association ( TJUDA) has said that there are many other medical colleges which are not conducting classes regularly, especially when it comes to anatomy classes.

Anatomy is a basic for completing MBBS but a dearth of professors, have felt many future doctors in the lurch. In many cases, it is the inability of the private medical colleges to get a cadaver for carrying out anatomy classes. In thtoo. In absence of anatomy dissection classes, MMBS graduates are passing out without basic knowledge of the human body.

This is not happening for the first time, it happened several times before with other private medical colleges too. In some modeical colleges dissection are not being held. In few colleges annual exams were conducted without the anatomy dissection classes even once, because of ehich students have been losing out on academic knowledge. This issue was also represented to higher officials of the health department previously but no action was taken said TJUDA president Dr P S Vijayender Goud.

As the norms got tightened its become difficult to a cadever to carry out a anatomy session. Earlier when rules were less stringent, there was some movement of unclaimed bodies through mortuaries but that has come in control now with GHMC cremating or burying unidentified and unclaimed bodies. In absence of any rules for donating or selling such bodies to private colleges, getting a cadaver has become a problem. said IMA state secretary Dr Sanjeev Singh Yadav.

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