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DREAMZ LEARNING INNOVATIONS PVT. LTD., the Hyderabad-based company, are the pioneers in revolutionizing the ‘E-learning’ method of study for medical students. They have developed comprehensive study material content based on MCI syllabus for MBBS students and also the preparatory study material of question banks and test series for various PG entrance examinations held in India. Dr.Murali Bharadwaj, the renowned teacher for PG coaching classes has developed the modules, both online and offline, for the Medicos pursuing medicine courses anywhere in the globe to receive the same knowledge resource as students in AIIMS, JIPMER in India.
Medico Abroad in association with DLI have initiated the move to introduce ‘E-learning modules’ and the coaching program for MCI Screening Test to the Indian students at the medical colleges of China. In this sequel, during the year 2008, Medico Abroad organized extensive tour of Dr.Murali Bharadwaj to fourteen medical universities in China where Indian students are more in number. The students of Medico Abroad at Dalian Medical University, Liaoning Medical University, Southeast Medical University, Guangxi Medical University etc. have taken the best benefit.
DELHI INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED MEDICAL STUDIES, more popularly known as DIAMS are the leading Institute in the country conducting coaching programs for PG (MD/MS/DNB) Entrance and Foreign Medical Graduate Exam (MCI Screening Test). Having established in 2003, the Institute is engaged in coaching program for MCI Screening Test right since the introduction of the Test and has an enviable record of high success percentage. With Head Office located at New Delhi and branches at Hyderabad and Ahmedabad, DIAMS are a well established Institute having sound infrastructure and excellent faculty resource.
DIAMS associated with Medico Abroad in organizing FMGE coaching classes for Indian students pursuing MBBS course in the medical universities of China. The students of Medico Abroad at Dalian Medical University, China benefited from the coaching classes held at the university premises. At the behest of the students, special coaching programs were also held at Hyderabad.
ACADEMIA GRANDIOSA MEDICINAE, a Delhi-based Institute, is engaged in coaching programs for MD/MS/MDS & MCI (FMG) exams. Propelled by the dynamic personality of Dr.P.Harinath, M.D gold medalist from the famous St.Petersburg University, Moscow the Institute is scaling new heights with novel methods of teaching and keeping up high quality standards of study materials. The notes prepared for FMGE are quite illustrative and innovative in presentation. The library maintained by AGM at Delhi is famous for its knowledge resource and any student appearing for medical entrance exams irrespective of the coaching institute they study, visits this library. Together with the organization ADRPlexus at Chennai, AGM are covering medical students from South and North India.
Dr.P.Harinath from AGM had visited several medical universities in China spreading awareness about their institution. The students of Medico Abroad at various universities of China have also benefited from his briefings.
KAROL INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES abbreviated as KIMS is also Delhi-based Institute with Branch office at Chennai and are engaged in coaching programs for FMG and PG Entrance examinations. Headed by Dr.Seyed Abdul Cader, the Institute is more popular with students graduating from Russia and erstwhile Soviet Union countries. With the series of visits of Dr.Seyed to medical universities of China, the awareness of their programs had spread out and the enrolment of Indian students graduating from China has improved many folds. Good success rate and quality teaching standards are maintained by this Institute, whereas with the recent tie-up made with AGM, their strength and performance are on the raise.
During the recent visit of Dr.Seyed to China, the students of Medico Abroad at Liaoning Medical University and Guangxi Medical University have been briefed of their programs.