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Second Parent Teacher Interaction for 2018-19 MBBS batch

The second Parent Teacher Interaction for 2018-19 MBBS batch will be conducted on 22.3.2019 at Kadamba Hall. The agenda for the meeting will be to discuss the academic progress and welfare of the students with their parents and emphasize the academic and attendance criteria to be fulfilled for eligibility to appear in the RGUHS University examination.

The Parent –Teacher meeting was conducted on 22nd March 2019. The parents were greeted by the receptionists, who directed them to Kadamba hall. The Chairman of the Parent Teacher Committee and Prof & HOD Dept of Biochemistry Dr Usha S.M.R, the Prof & HOD Dept of Anatomy Dr Shruthi B.N and Prof and HOD Dept Of Physiology Dr Prashanth Kumar N along with all the mentors of 1st Year MBBS were had assembled for the meeting.

The agenda of the interaction was as follows

1. The PTM was called to enhance the interaction between the parents & the teachers and also to discuss with them about the academic performance & personality development of their wards.
2. The academic and attendance criteria that need to be met by the students in order to be permitted to appear for RGUHS examinations as per the rules of RGUHS were explained to the parents
3. The issues raised by the parents were addressed by the respective members of the staff.

Refreshments were arranged for all the parents attending the meeting.

The feedback given by the parents as follows –

• Parents were satisfied with measures taken by the staff to improve the performance of the students in the upcoming internal assessment.
• They were happy that individual student attention was given through mentorship program
• They opined that the student counseling and mentorship was excellent.
• Teachers are accommodative and encouraging.
• Communication to parents about their ward’s progress report and comprehensive personality development were very good.

Follow up

Parents of 63 students attended. Parents who could not meet the respective staff members on the day of the meeting attend the following week to meet the respective mentors. Details of parents attending the meeting was documented. Students performing well in academics were encouraged to participate in quiz programmes and academic competitions.