Puducherry: The Jawharlal Institute of Medical Education and Research (Jipmer),here propose to set up E-classrooms for sharing medical education with other Medical Colleges of the country.
According to a statement from Jipmer, many students who are not able to get admission in JIPMER remains cut off from high integrated medical education being given to students of JIPMER.
With setting up of such e-Classrooms the medical knowledge will easily be made available to all the medical students across the country.
Being a Regional Resource Centre (RRC) for South India for Telemedicine, JIPMER is fully equipped with state of art technology including National Knowledge Network (NKN) high bandwidth internet connectivity supplied by National Informatics Centre (NIC) Puducherry, the statement said.
The e-Classrooms are being developed as part of activity of National Medical College Network (NMCN) Project of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOHFW), Govt of India available in JIPMER since 2015.