Learning outcomes are key to meaningful learning, providing a transparent pathway for the student’s success. The curricular outcomes of WM&DC are established based on Institute’s Mission & University Vision.
At the end of the MBBS program, the graduates from Women Medical College should be able to demonstrate the following competencies.
1. Lifelong learners
Develop lifelong learning skills that will help the graduates to pursue ongoing professional development.
2. Application and integration of knowledge and problem-solving skills
Demonstrate the application of factual knowledge
Define the psychomotor skills that can be performed unsupervised
Demonstrate the skill of integrating basic knowledge with clinical knowledge
Diagnose and treat patients by applying principles of evidence-based medicine in routine health care practice.
3. Ethics and professionalism
Demonstrate honesty and integrity in all interactions with patients, families, and health care team members.
Uphold the legal and ethical principles of patient confidentiality and autonomy, medico-legal principles about the standard of care, and informed consent
Practice accountability in inpatient care.
The learning outcomes help faculty & the students come to a mutual understanding about the purpose & goals of a program. Our Faculty & Students are involved in developing these outcomes.