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Medical colleges will monitor lazy teachers

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | TEENA THACKER
Published Jan 30, 2017, 1:21 am IST
Updated Jan 30, 2017, 6:15 am IST
A slew of cameras will be attached to the MCI so that the video footage generated from the cameras could be viewed.
Significantly, the medical regulator also proposes to make installation of cameras in classes mandatory under the “minimum standards” required to open a new medical college. (Representational image)
 Significantly, the medical regulator also proposes to make installation of cameras in classes mandatory under the “minimum standards” required to open a new medical college. (Representational image)

NEW DELHI: Soon medical colleges will be put under permanent surveillance. To ensure that teachers are working hard enough, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has issued instructions to both private and government medical colleges to install CCTV cameras in the classes.

A slew of cameras will be attached to the MCI so that the video footage generated from the cameras could be viewed as and when required for analysis of classroom performance.

 

Significantly, the medical regulator also proposes to make installation of cameras in classes mandatory under the “minimum standards” required to open a new medical college. The students and teachers will be subjected to permanent surveillance as MCI could use footage to make judgements on lesson standards. “The idea of video capture is to ensure whether classes are going on properly or not. The high end cameras linked to the servor in MCI will help us do analysis of classroom performance using this as one of the observations systems. With this, the MCI would be able to do live video streaming of classes,” said a senior official in the MCI.

 

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