Introduction: Time to time evaluation of medical curriculum by experts is the routine practice in medical education. However the students perception and opinion about the teaching – learning methodology is equally important because it is meant for them. So, evaluation of teaching -learning methodology by the students in a medical college may further help in modification and construction of the medical curriculum. Considering these facts the present study is undertaken. Objectives: To understand the preferences and perception of medical students about the current methods of teaching and learning aids used for teaching and also the qualities of the teacher influencing them. Methods: The questionnaire number 16 covering the different aspects of lectures was given to 200 medical students of final year students in the year 2014 of Sapthagiri institute of medical Sciences and Research centre Informed consent was taken by the participants and confidentiality was maintained. The questionnaire was assimilated and analyzed statistically. Results: Multimedia is most satisfied teaching aid because students can follow the teaching and understand the concept effectively. Student perception forms an essential component for process evaluation of the medical curriculum which has a profound effect on the stakeholders i.e. the teachers in terms of scope for improvisation in medical education and students for becoming effective physicians.
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