The purpose of the first tier of the MBBS programme is to acquire the knowledge and skills in the Basic Sciences that are the building blocks and foundation to the clinical sciences. The MBBS 3 course is the third and last year of this tier. The MBBS course is based on the problem based learning (PBL) method of teaching where students are taught from the first year in this methodology. This course builds on and consolidates the knowledge and skills base attained in the first two years (MED501 and MED502) through repetition of areas with different applications of knowledge, clinical skills and professional attitude which form the basis for the training of doctors.. The concepts of prevention of diseases, community medicine and the promotion of health and well-being are integrated into the course.
The purpose of the first tier of the MBBS programme is to acquire the knowledge and skills in the Basic Sciences that are the building blocks and foundation to the clinical sciences. The MBBS 2 course is the second year of this tier. The MBBS course is based on the problem based learning (PBL) method of teaching and it is in this first year where students are taught in this methodology. As in the first year, the course is integrated.
The purpose of the first tier of the MBBS programme is to acquire the knowledge and skills in the Basic Sciences that are the building blocks and foundation of the clinical sciences. The MBBS 1 course is the first year of this tier. The MBBS course is based on the problem based learning (PBL) method of teaching and it is in this first year where students are taught with this methodology. This course also provides an introduction to the clinical skills and clinical sciences which form the second tier, or final three years of the training of doctors. An introduction to the concepts of prevention of diseases, community medicine and the promotion of health and well-being are also integrated into the course.