The Pediatrics Department specializes in providing comprehensive healthcare for infants, children, and adolescents. Dedicated to promoting the optimal physical, emotional, and social development of young patients, pediatricians offer a wide range of services. This includes preventive care through vaccinations, routine examinations, and guidance on nutrition and behavioral issues. Additionally, the department plays a crucial role in the early detection and management of various health conditions, ensuring timely intervention and support for children's well-being. Pediatric care emphasizes a holistic approach, recognizing the unique needs of each child and working collaboratively with families to foster a healthy foundation for lifelong wellness.

Pedagogy & Facilities

  • Innovative Pedagogy:Lectures, case-based learning, and interactive seminars.
  • Faculty Expertise:Experienced faculty using modern teaching methods.
  • Research Facilities:Advanced research facilities for medical advancements.
  • Hands-On Learning:Practical experiences in real clinical settings.

Key Features:

  • Comprehensive Education:In-depth curriculum covering pediatric medicine and healthcare.
  • Experienced Faculty:Specialized and seasoned faculty members with expertise in pediatric care.
  • Research Opportunities:Platforms for students to engage in pediatric research initiatives.
  • Simulation Labs:Advanced simulation labs for practical skill development.

Methods of Teaching & Learning:

  • Lectures:Traditional classroom lectures for theoretical foundations.
  • Case-Based Learning:Analyzing real or hypothetical cases to apply knowledge.
  • Interactive Seminars:Engaging discussions to promote active participation.
  • Problem-Based Learning (PBL):Addressing clinical problems to enhance critical thinking.
  • Team-Based Learning (TBL):Promoting teamwork and problem-solving through group activities.