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Mycanaportal On at 6:17 am #3700
A new medical exam is being introduced for students in their 2/C (second class) year. This exam is designed to assess the health and wellbeing of students and ensure that they are fit to continue their studies and training.
The specifics of the exam may vary depending on the institution or programme, but in general it may include a physical examination, a review of medical history and any existing conditions, and possibly laboratory tests or diagnostic imaging.
The purpose of the exam is to identify any medical issues that may impact a student’s ability to perform their duties as a student or later as a professional in their field. This may include conditions such as vision or hearing impairment, physical disabilities, or chronic health conditions that require ongoing management.
Students who are identified as having a medical issue may be provided with accommodations or support to ensure that they can continue their studies and training. This may include assistive technology, modified assignments or coursework, or adjustments to physical requirements.
Overall, the new medical exam for 2/C year is an important step in promoting the health and wellbeing of students and ensuring that they are able to meet the demands of their academic and professional pursuits.
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