Amidst the pandemic, undergraduate and postgraduate medical students of Telangana will have access to curriculum-based medical education content with 3D animations on a learning application MediMagic developed by a Bengaluru-based firm.
According to a circular issued by the Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS), Warangal, the app, developed by Vinformax, encompasses 3D animated content for pre-clinical and para-clinical lessons mapped to the Medical Council of India prescribed curriculum.
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“During this lockdown period of Covid-19, MediMagic offers its learning app free for all medical students of KNRUHS till October 31, 2020. MediMagic app can be used by the students for self-learning while reading their textbooks. Concepts and images in the textbooks can be visualized from the respective videos in the MediMagic app,” read the circular, adding that the app can be downloaded from android play store and Apple’s app store.
The app is likely to benefit close to 5,000 medical students in Telangana. The company came out to help all the students across Telangana state during the Covid-19 pandemic situation as a social concern. The KNRUHS adopted the learning app following the footsteps of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) in Bengaluru.
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