Bsc Paramedical Courses started in GMC Jammu: In another initiative for improvement of academics and to strengthen the patient care services in GMC Jammu BSc paramedical 3-year degree courses in various departments have been started viz Bsc MLT Bsc Cardiac Care, Bsc Renal Dialysis, Bsc Respiratory Care, Bsc Anesthesia, Bsc Operation Theatre Technology, Bsc Radiography and Bsc Neuroscience Technology.
It is pertinent to mention that the first batch of Bsc paramedical was started in the year 2021 of more than 100 students in all eight streams. At present four such batches are running smoothly in GMC Jammu. The University examination for 1st and 2nd year has already been held successfully.
The meeting was chaired by Principal and Dean Dr Shashi Sudhan Sharma in which a brief presentation regarding the regulation and curriculum of Bsc Paramedical Courses was presented by Dr Rachna Sabarwal Professor, Department of Biochemistry and in charge of academics Bsc paramedical course.
The meeting was attended by Dr Sunil Sachdev Professor and Head Department of Physiology and Chairman of Bsc paramedical courses HoDs of various departments.
Dr. Seema Gupta (HOD, Pharmacology, Dr Subhash Bhardwaj (HoD Pathology), Dr. Sangeeta Gupta (HOD Anatomy), Dr. Rajiv Gupta (HOD PSM), Dr. Anju Jamwal (HOD Anesthesia), Dr. Rehana (Dy. MS), and coordinators of BSc Paramedical Courses-Dr. Harleen Kaur, Dr. Pallavi Mahajan, Dr. Gazzala Abbas, Dr Vinita, Dr Sonia Jandial, Dr. Deepti Gupta,Dr Sharminder Kaur, Dr Raju Bhandari, Dr. Vinod Katil, Dr Nasir Ali, Dr Nipun Saproo, Dr Sudhir, Dr Neha Sharma, Dr Sikander Chirag to discuss the regulation and curriculum regarding Bsc Paramedical Courses.
Dr Rachna Sabarwal interacted with all the HoDs and Coordinators from different streams and apprised them about the syllabus, pattern for examination, the pattern of assessment and conduct of university examination.
Principal & Dean Dr. Shashi Sudhan Sharma in her note congratulated all the HODs for imparting excellent training to eat branches of paramedical students, so as to produce the technicians/ paramedics par excellence.
Dr Rachna Sabarwal (in charge of academics) and her team comprising of Dr Pallavi Mahajan (Lecturer Department of biochemistry)and Dr Gazala Abbas (Lecturer Department of Biochemistry) have put great efforts into streamlining and smooth conduct of academics and framing new guidelines in collaboration with University of Jammu.
The meeting was the first of its kind in which all heads and faculty members from multiple streams came together and shared ideas regarding the improvement of academics of Bsc paramedical courses so that we can have the best possible skilled paramedics to serve humanity.