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Bangalore: Manipal Global Education Services, a leading international provider of quality higher education business and marketing solutions, has launched Manipal MedAce, a one-of-a-kind digital learning and assessment resource for students of undergraduate MBBS in India.

Manipal MedAce is a comprehensive, results-driven MBBS learning resource based on academic research and learners. The product is designed around the principles of online learning and fits seamlessly into the medical curriculum. Its features include interactive and multimedia learning modules for basic topics, short lecture capsules from top Indian medical schools, case-based learning tools, knowledge checkpoints and question banks. for the practice of exams. Manipal MedAce empowers MBBS undergraduates to optimize on-campus learning by giving them access to a comprehensive and well-organized learning resource on one platform.

Manipal MedAce was unveiled in the presence of Mr. Ravi Panchanadan, Managing Director & CEO – Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE), Mr. Balasundaram Athreya, Chief Digital Officer, Manipal Global and Business Head, Manipal MedAce, and Dr. Pragna Rao, Academic Advisor, Manipal MedAce.

Dr Ranjan Pai, Chairman of the Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG), said. “I am delighted to announce the launch of Manipal MedAce. Over the years, the Manipal Group has launched several innovative initiatives that have paved the way for progress around the world, empowering people and transforming lives. With Manipal MedAce, we combine our passion for innovation with the desire to have a positive impact on health education. Having been a medical student myself, I have a first-hand understanding of the challenges an MBBS student faces and Manipal MedAce is our effort to create a learning hub for medical students.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Ravi Panchanadan, Managing Director and CEO of Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE), commented: “Manipal MedAce is the result of an in-depth market research we carried out on the lack of needs current in undergraduate MBBS learning. While there are several providers of learning products in the UG and PG Prep space, there is a clear white space for actual MBBS learning, which we hope to fill with our offering. Manipal MedAce brings together our rich heritage and expertise in medical education and a deep understanding of learners and their needs. Through Manipal MedAce, we strive to enrich the lives of MBBS learners, preparing them for success.

Mr. Balasundaram Athreya, Chief Digital Officer, Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE) & Business Head, Manipal MedAce, added: “The current needs of MBBS learners are at the heart of the design and development of Manipal MedAce. Our mission is therefore to offer a comprehensive digital resource that complements MBBS learning. Essentially, the product provides better time management between learning on campus and reviewing at your own pace. Significant investments have been made to adapt e-learning design principles to content that enables SMART self-learning. Presented on an easy-to-navigate, multi-device, and feature-rich platform, the user experience and interface enables stress-free learning. In addition, we will be continuously engaged with students on their learning journey through our support and learner support functions.

Dr Pragna Rao, Academic Advisor, Manipal MedAce, said: “Manipal MedAce is a student-friendly digital resource designed to complement the CBME program. The resource explains basic concepts and clarifies doubts by helping the student to revise effectively. Manipal MedAce’s curated content includes clinical, practice and dissection videos, quizzes, lecture capsules, diagrams and infographics. Linker case videos, unique to Manipal MedAce, allow first year MBBS students to gain early clinical exposure and apply basic science principles in hospital settings. Assessments include case-based questions and pictures to properly complete classroom tests and college exams. The overall results for the student include the achievement of skills and competencies required for an Indian medical graduate.

Dr H Sudarshan Ballal, President of Manipal Hospitals, said: “Today there is a growing need for digital learning tools that can provide clinical and practical exposure, right from the start of the learning journey. ‘a medical student. Manipal has always been a leader in innovation and the introduction of advanced technologies in the field of medicine and healthcare. Manipal MedAce is a big step in the right direction and an amazing way to supplement education on campus. I am convinced that Manipal MedAce will help build a generation of competent and confident physicians for the future ”

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