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BDS (Bachelor Of Dental Surgery)

An initiative to share the impulse of budding dentists.

Starting with a facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/bachelorofdentalsurgery), having more than 6,000 fans by now, I started a blog specially to help the undergraduate dental students in August,2011 (http://bds-bachelorofdentalsurgery.blogspot.com/). The blog received an overwhelming response from the dental students as well as senior students from all over the world reaching more than 45,000 odd page views in less than 3 months (most of them from India followed by United States). I am trying to share each and every piece of information to students, making them aware of various carrer oppurtunities once they complete their graduation as well as keep them updated about all the recent trends and discoveries in Dentistry.

Type of project: academic

   

Involved Persons:

Project Leader: Kumar Anshul (Manipal College Of Dental Sciences, Manipal, India)
Other involved People: Pradeep Kumar Sreenivasaiah (6 star_blue)

Funding:

Is the project funded?no

Other information:

Duration of project:Since last 1 year
Personnel needed:Dental students from all over the world to share their experiences as well as career oppurtunities for international students. Dentists to provide important tips and tricks for clinical situations as well as effective practice management tips to the newl
Expertise sought:Funds (for advertising so that I can reach more people). Research scientists (as I am myself intrested in research after my graduation)

DIOC user:

kumar anshul (5 star_blue), http://bds-bachelorofdentalsurgery.blogspot.com/
kumar anshul's interests: educational technology, bioinformatics, computer-based patient records, patients and computers/consumer health informatics, research methods, library information sciences, Spreading information related to dentistry among undergraduate dental students

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