Education through texting is the preferred method of communication for today’s students.
Being an easy way of communicating and spreading knowledge among students and faculties we have opted this method of practice. Initially we
started this by sending texts comprising each disease/lesion every day through SMS. Recently we have modified this practice by sending contents
By this innovation we are also able to share clinical and radiographic images.
Google class room is an innovative, easy and paper free mode of learning for students by grading, alloting assignments and also for one on one discussions.
This system has been recently implemented in the department of oral pathology for undergraduates as well as postgraduates students. Students can be invited to class through institutional database, private code or respective department mail id.
Teachers can monitor the progress of the ward and can send written comments to individual students based on their performance, which make them improve on their academic activities. The students can be given in advance the PowerPoint presentations for the forthcoming class which helps in better understanding.
After the implementation the response is extremely good from the students As the present days students are well versed with the developing technology and skills implementing this way of teaching makes more interesting, time saving and a better way of assessing students.
State your diagnosis is an innovative practise which we follow for undergraduate students. A photograph along with the clinical features will be displayed in the department notice board. The diagnosis of the given image shall be written on the notice board in the space provided along with the student's name and the year of study. The students coming out with correct diagnosis will be rewarded. This method encourages the students and also develops interest towards the subject.
Indian Journal of Multidisciplinary Dentistry, a publication of Bharath University, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Bi-annual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.ijmdent.com. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository.
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From our Centre for Excellence - COCPAR we schedule one month certification program in Immunohistochemistry. This course is been conducted from October 2014 in our department laboratory. The students who attend our program are graduates of Biotechnology and Genetics and also Phd graduates.<\p>
The students perform lab procedures themselves and we provide the reagents. Following the completion of course we help in placement and also provide references.
We invite Guest Speakers from various institutions and hospitals to deliver lectures. These lectures enlightens knowlegde to undergraduate and postgraduate students and faculty members.
Sree Balaji Dental College & Hospital,
Velachery Main Road,
Chennai - 600 100. Tamilnadu, India
Phone: 044-22462179 / 22461883
Mobile: +91 73051 22279