Anatomy

The department of Anatomy is the largest pre-clinical department and occupies a separate block adjacent to college entrance. The anatomy department has a fully equipped, well ventilated, air conditioned and spacious Dissection Hall with mortuary plants for storage of cadavers. The histology laboratory is unmatched and equipped with latest tools for microscopic tissue preparation and high quality binocular microscopes for self study including bihead microscope for teaching purposes which can also be attached to monitor or LED TV through state of the art camera mounted on the microscope. The Histology laboratory has a vast collection of microscopic slides of human and animal tissues for study purposes. Students have free access to them. The department also has state-ofthe-art Anatomy museum with over 100 important models of the human body. Models range from the various human development stages to life-size human torsos, disc torsos, skeletons, enhanced models of organs of special senses and functional models of various organs and systems of the body. There is also a bone bank for the students from where bones can be borrowed for study at home. There is one lecture hall and two tutorial rooms in the department. Offices of the faculty are provided with computers, air conditioner, modern furniture and display boards for the important notices.

There is one main notice board of the department where important notices are displayed for information of students. Different charts from gross anatomy, histology and embryology are displayed on the walls of the histology laboratory, dissection hall, museum and area in front of the offices. The department of anatomy conducts lectures, dissection, practicals, tutorials and small group discussions to teach gross anatomy, histology and embryology. Moreover, substages and stages are arranged for the assessment of the students in Gross Anatomy. Term tests and monthly tests are arranged to assess the students in histology, general anatomy and embryology.