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Organized by : Department of Anesthesiology in Association with Skill Lab, JGMMMC
Title of the event: Basic life support (BLS), Hands on Training session
Beneficiaries : MBBS Phase I and Phase II students
Date : 2nd March 2024
Time : 2:30pm to 4:30 pm
Venue : Lecture hall 2 , JGMMMC Hubballi
Inaugurated by : Dr. Abhijit S Gogate , Director , Advanced Skill Lab , Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, KAHER, Belagavi
Presided by : Dr. M. G. Hiremath, Principal, JGMM Medical College Hubballi
In Association with Skill Lab : Co coordinator of Skill Lab : Dr. Savitri Siddanagoudra , Professor and Head , Department of Physiology

The Department of Anesthesia JGMMC in association with skill labs inaugurated BLS training and other skill lab activities on the afternoon of 2 nd March 2024 in the Lecture hall 2 JGMM Medical College , Kotgondhunshi, Hubli.

Dr. Abhijit Gogte Professor, Department of General Surgery and the Director KLE Simulation Centre and Clinical Skill lab, JNMC Belagavi was invited as the chief guest for the function. He inaugurated the session and delivered the inaugural address. The event was presided over by the Principal of JGMM Medical College Dr MG Hiremath, who addressed the gathering and motivated the students to gain practical skills on mannequins. Dr Savitri Siddanagoudar, coordinator of the Skill lab gave an overview of the existing skill lab facilities in the JGMMMC.

Dr. Abhijeet Gogate kick started the academic session with a stellar lecture that was informative, interactive and beautifully engaging. The students were also trained by Dr Sameer Desai, HoD Anaesthesia JGMM Medical College in Airway management and BLS practical aspects.The event was well attended by students and received positive feedback from the students and management.


Orientation to Basic Life Support (BLS) and Hands on Training on BLS was conducted for I MBBS students by the Department of Physiology . As per the competency number PY 11.4, under CBME curriculum, students were taught to perform adequate chest compressions and deliver adequate ventilation using the mannequins. Appropriate use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) was also taught to them. Students performed the skill under supervision guided by facilitator. Assessment of the skill learnt by them was done by OSCE using appropriate checklist.


Hands on training on Artificial Respiration was conducted for I MBBS students by the Department of Physiology . As per the competency number PY 6.5, under CBME curriculum, students were briefed about various methods of Artificial Respiration. Holger Nielson’s, Syllvestor’s , Schaffer’s, Mouth to mouth, Mouth to mask and Bag and mask ventilation methods were demonstrated and Hands on Training was provided. Students were evaluated using checklist by OSCE.

Administration of drugs on Mannequins in a simulated environment
( For 2 nd MBBS CBME batch)

Hands on training – All pharmacology teaching staff members.
Competency covered: PH 4.1 – Administration of drugs through various routes in a simulated environment using mannequins.
Specific learning Objectives: - At the end of DOAP session, as per CBME curriculum, all students should be able to do following -

  • Identification of Sites of various sites of drug administration in upper & lower limbs in a mannequin setup.
  • With taking care of all aseptic precautions in a invasive procedure during IM, SC & IV drug administration
  • Basic knowledge of perception of injections (insulin, tuberculin) & their calibration, various gauges size of needles (18-22G)
  • Hands on administration of injections, student independently for the administration sites & proper angulation of syringes during injection.
  • Post -administration, management of complications- if any thing happens, taking care of it and proper advice to the patients before sending to home .