Department Of Pathology

Overview

Department of Pathology had a humble beginning in 1988 with setting up of Laboratory, morbid anatomy rooms and Museum. Various Equipments and chemicals were procured for undergraduate practical teaching.

Post graduate course in MD pathology was started in 2003 with 2 admissions per year which was increased to 4 since 2010 and of late from 2020 it is increased to 8 seats. The faculty are actively involved in Undergraduate and Post graduate teaching, Diagnostic services. Posters and scientific papers are being presented and published in various state, national and international Journals and conferences by staffs and post graduates.

The department now has well stocked computerized museum arranged systematically with corresponding legends and teaching material, central laboratory with clinical pathology, cytopathology, frozen section, histopathology with special stains and immunohistochemistry. We have well established blood bank with component separation and apheresis.

Objectives
  • To develop and present state of art education and training programme of UG and PG students
  • To increase the research activities of faculty, residents and fellows
  • To increase the quality and quantity of publications
  • To develop several applied research programmes to enhance diagnostic ability
  • To develop into oncopathology centre with molecular pathology section
  • To conduct outreach screening programmes to expand diagnostic service as a part of social accountability
Programs

Undergraduate Courses

  • Medical: MBBS
  • Nursing: B.Sc
  • BSc MLT, RDT,RTT,CCT,CPT,BPT,OTT,OPH


  • Postgraduate Courses
    • MD (Pathology)


    Ph.D. in Medical Pathology

    Thrust Areas
    • Head & neck tumors
    • Breast tumor
    • Prostatic tumor
    • Lymphoma
    • Cervical cancer
    • Study of cytopathology of thyroid tumors
    • Breast cytology
    • Cervical cancer screening
    Publications

    Faculties