AIMST University

AIMST University

Courses
33
Scholarship
Yes
  1. Convenience Store

  2. Student Health Clinic

    The AIMST University Student Health Clinic is dedicated to providing routine medical care as well as emergency treatments to staff and students. A token charge is levied for this service at the start of each academic year.

    Students need to be healthy in mind and in the body to handle the challenges of the academic programme they have enrolled in. They have to adapt to a whole new environment away from home. Academic pressure, changes in food, and lifestyle can affect the health of students.

    The University Health Clinic was officially opened on 12 May 2003 with student health needs in mind. The clinic is manned by our own University doctors who provide medical attention to students, provide medicines, or refer them to hospitals for special attention or admission when necessary. University staff also use the services of the clinic.

    AIMST Clinic

    Dental Hospital

  3. Sports Complex

    At AIMST University, we place the utmost importance on students’ participation in extracurricular activities.

    Sports & recreational facilities available on campus include:

    • Basketball/netball court
    • Five-a-side football field
    • Gymnasium
    • Aerobics/yoga room
    • 400-meter track
    • Tennis/squash room
    • Olympic-sized swimming pool
    • Futsal court

    The University also encompasses a purpose-built Students’ Activities Room and a cozy Students’ Study Area. There are also additional rooms allocated to cater to students recreational pursuits and to enjoy undisturbed study time.

    Sports Complex Facilities
    Office Opening hours:

    Weekdays 1.00 p.m – 9.00p.m
    Saturdays 12.00 p.m – 9.00p.m
    Sundays 2.00 p.m – 8.00p.m
    • Basketball / netball court
    • Five-a-side football field
    • Gymnasium
    • Aerobics / yoga room
    • 400-metre track
    • Tennis / squash room
    • Olympic-sized swimming pool
    • Futsal court

    Opening Hours :

    Gymnasium Weekdays
    Saturdays
    Sundays
    3.00p.m – 9.00p.m
    12.00p.m – 8.00p.m
    2.00p.m – 7.00p.m
    Swimming Pool Weekdays 5.00p.m – 7.00p.m
    Badminton Court Weekdays
    Saturdays
    Sundays
    3.00p.m – 9.00p.m
    12.00p.m – 8.00p.m
    2.00p.m – 7.00p.m
    Squash Weekdays
    Saturdays
    Sundays
    3.00p.m – 9.00p.m
    12.00p.m – 8.00p.m
    2.00p.m – 7.00p.m
    Track and Outdoor Courts Weekdays
    Saturdays
    Sundays
    3.00p.m – 8.00p.m
    12.00p.m – 8.00p.m
    2.00p.m – 7.00p.m
  4. Clinical Skills Centre

    The AIMST Clinical Skills Centre was established, as an avenue for Medical Students to use Mannequins and Human Simulators, to acquire Supervised Clinical Skills Training and practice procedures necessary for clinical competency.

    The Spiral Clinical Skills Training starts from the 1st year of the Medical Curriculum with Basic Life Support (BLS) skills followed by training in Clinical Skills and Procedures of Organ-Based Systems (Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, Endocrine, Re[productive and Central Nervous System) using low fidelity mannequins. High fidelity METI mannequins, such as iSTANECS (Emergency Care Simulator), and HPS (Human Patient Simulator), is used for training during the 2nd to the 5th year in Acute Emergency and Chronic Scenarios.

    OBJECTIVES

    • To enhance the competency of students in clinical skills and procedures prior to Ward Clinical postings
    • To standardize clinical Skills and procedures comparable with that of practiced internationally
    • To encourage students to develop a habit of continuous self-learning
    • To motivate students to develop a searching mind-set in order to acquire more knowledge about the skills
    • To instill self-confidence in the students in performing clinical skills and procedures on real patients

    BENEFITS

    • To enhance the competency of students in clinical skills and procedures prior to Ward Clinical postings
    • To standardize clinical Skills and procedures comparable with that of practiced internationally
    • To encourage students to develop a habit of continuous self-learning
    • To motivate students to develop a searching mind-set in order to acquire more knowledge about the skills
    • To instill self confidence in the students in performing clinical skills and procedures on real patients
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