The Cyber Library:
The well-stocked library is equipped with all recent books and current journals. The Cyber Library of the SSR Medical College was inaugurated on 7th March 2000 by Hon. Smt. Vasundhara Raje, Minister from India on the eve of the visit of the Indian Prime Minister, Shri. Atal Behari Vajpayee to Mauritius. Now there are 4 Cyber Libraries Catering to the needs of the senior students, junior students & faculty members separately. 50 independent terminals have been provided, which are connected to the Internet and follow the open access system thus providing an added incentive & opportunity to the students. The library is kept open on all working days from 08:00 hrs to 16:00hrs. However, the reading rooms are open up to 22:00 hours.
The campus is on WiFi connectivity,thus allowing students to use their laptops at their convenience. A unique feature of the Cyber Library is its access to 247 global medical journals to keep the students abreast with the latest in the field of medical research and development which can be viewed through the link e-journal on our website www.ssrmedicalcollege.com. The students are provided with facility to download and print the relevant material.
The SSR Medical College follows the curriculum based on the latest guidelines laid down by the Medical Council of India incorporating certain features like information technology from the General Medical Council of UK. The BDS syllabus is also as per the DCI norms.
In keeping with time, a unique feature of the syllabus of the SSR Medical College is a module on Information Technology and communication skills. This module has been included in the MBBS 1st year curriculum along with the pre-clinical subjects so that a student of the SSR Medical College is fully conversant with modern information technology skills before entering into the para-clinical years and is capable of communicating with the medico-education world independently and is induced in the process of self-learning. In teaching, emphasis is more on "feel and facilitate" rather than on traditional method of "chalk and talk".
With a view to imbibe a sense of discipline, responsibility and uniformity, it has been decided that the students of the 1st year MBBS/ BDS must come to the college in uniform. Smoking and consuming alchohol are strictly prohibited on the campus and any student found indulging in such or any other activities unbecoming of a student would face disciplinary action, which may lead to expulsion also and the decision of the SSR Medical College authorities in this regard would be final.