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Attendance by proxy is just as important as oxygen for all students who study medicine. Even I am guilty of asking classmates to impersonate me and on more than one occasion have had two friends answer my roll call at the same time, much to the amusement of the professor and the class. When the lights go down in the lecture hall and the PowerPoint slides go up, the full-blown air-conditioned environment and the monotony of the lecture are perfect triggers for afternoon naps. The physiological phenomenon of postprandial somnolence is my defence to most people, who understand the phrase. In my state of drowsiness, I would conduct an impromptu survey of the people around me and most of the class would be in the same state as yours truly.
Section 5.8 of UGC regulations of 2003, which governs all colleges in India, states that a student is eligible to appear for an examination only if she has an attendance of more than 75%. Judges in the various cases in high courts have repeatedly stressed on the importance of attending classes, even going on to say that 'No student can excel in her life unless she attends the classes of the courses which she undertakes'. In a landmark case in Delhi, where students of Jamia Millia Islamia pleaded that their attendance be waived on the basis of the medical certificates they produced, the high court said that it does sympathize with the students who will have to waste a year of their education but 'indulging to such requests would lead to complete chaos and open up a pandora's box'. In one case even relief was denied to an LLB student because of pregnancy.
Intuitively speaking it seems pretty straight forward; lectures have historically been the sole method of imparting knowledge to the masses. One can argue that if someone attends classes she is bound to score well in her examinations, there have been studies corroborating this finding that medical students who attend more classes had higher scores.
Although the importance of attending classes has been well established, yet there seems to be a rising trend of a marked decrease in attendance in medical schools in the USA and all over the world. Even prestigious institutes such as Harvard and Johns Hopkins have seen a drop in their classroom attendance to 30%-40%. Thus, raising the question of how important is the role of the teacher in attracting students to their classes because in these institutes even Nobel laureates have had to teach to empty seats. Availability of online video lectures from various sources (recorded by the institute, Kaplan, Pathoma, etc.) is an important factor contributing to this absenteeism. Students including... 2b1af7f3a8