Anatomy : Departmental Facility

Departmental Facility

Details of 2014

 Details 2013

Details of 2012

Infrastructure

Sr. No. Detail of Room Size (Sq. mtrs.)
1 Professor & Head One: 22.52 Sq.m. with Rest room – 7.43 Sq.m. Attached toilet – 4.38 Sq.m
2 Assoc. Prof./ Reader Two: 14.67Sq.m. Each with Attached toilet - 4.38 Sq.m.
3 Asst. Prof./ Lecturer Two: i) 30.70Sq.m. ii) 22.52 Sq.m.
4 Tutor/Demonstrators Two: i) 34.70Sq.m. ii) 22.52 Sq.m.
5 Non-teaching & Clerical staff room 34.22 Sq.m
6 Demonstration Rooms Two : i) 68.4 sq.m. ii) 64.0 sq.m.
7 Dissection Hall .Two : i) 200 sq.m. ii) 184.0 sq.m.
8 Embalming room 115.23 sq.m.
9 Museum 254 sq.m.
10 Histology laboratory 214.0 sq.m.
11 Histology preparation room 20.0 sq.m.
12 Research laboratory 60.48 sq.m.
13 Library – cum – seminar room 44.67 sq.m.
14    

Equipments

 

LIST OF INSTRUMENTS & EQUIPMENTS
 
1.            Body cutting machine…………………………… 1
2.            Spare blade for above machine……………….. 4
3.            Cadaverous injector…………………………….. 2
4.            Chisel……………………………………………      20
5.            Forceps………………………………………..        145
6.            Incubator stage…………………………………..   1
7.            Knife handle assorted………………………….  17
8.            Knife for rotarymicrotome……………………… 4
9.            Monocular students Microscope……………… 60
10.         Microscope binocular research………………… 2
11.         Microscope monocular inclined………………...         4
12.         Microtome base sledge…………………………. 1
13.         Microtome precision rotary………………………          2
14.         Needle holder…………………………………….. 2
15.         Over head projector……………………………… 3
16.         Post-mortom set (S.S)…………………………… 1
17.         Retractor…………………………………………... 5
18.         Saw –Amputation ………………………………... 1
19.         Saw – Bone cutting ……………………………… 4
20.         Saw – Plaster ……………………………………    1
21.         Scalpel ……………………………………………    20
22.         Scissors ………………………………………….     60
23.         Slide warming table ………………………….     1
24.         Sterilizer ……………………………………….      1
25.         Vaccum pump…………………………………       1
26.         View box X-ray ………………………………..      6
27.         Incubating water bath ………………………..    1
28.         Mortuary cold room……………………………     1
29.         Screen projection ……………………………..     7
30.         Stand for projection screen ………………….   3
31.         Epidiascope ……………………………………       1
32.         Microscope stereoscope complete …………     1
33.         Magnifying glass ……………………………...     6
34.         Oven hot air ……………………………………      1
35.         Syring metal irrigating ………………………..   5
36.         Tissue floating bath …………………………..     1
37.         Weight box …………………………………….       1
38.         Water distillation plant ……………………….. 3
39.         Caliper sliding ………………………………....    1
40.         Camera Lucida ………………………………..     1
41.         Eye piece double demonstration…………….   3
42.         Hot plate ……………………………………….       2
43.         Microscope dissecting ………………………..     5
44.         Stop watch ……………………………………..      1
45.         Balance singlepan analytical…………………. 1
46.         Burner air regulator……………………………. 3
47.         Knife brain……………………………………….    6
48.         Projector automatic slide projector…………… 1
49.         Burners for L.P.G. ………………………………   2       
50.         Computer and accessories ……………………   2
51.         Honing stone ……………………………………    6
52.         Test tube stand wooden………………………    12
53.         Laser point torch………………………………...   2
54.         Torch (Dry cell)…………………………………..   2
55.         Micrometer eye piece……………………….….. 2
56.         S. S. tray with cover……………………………   29
57.         Leather strope …………………………………... 2
58.         Drill machine (Electric)……………………….….         1
59.         Eye piece pointer ………………………………   12
60.         Paraffin water bath ……………………………… 2
61.         Fluorescent microscope…………………………. 1
62.         Phase contrast equipment . . . . . . . . …………..       1
63.         Anthropometry i.e. instrument set . . ………….       1
64.         Pathological binocular microscope with dark field attachment    1
65.         Pipette (fixed volume) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
66.         Pipette electric vasiable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
67.         Centrifunge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
68.         Centrifunge tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
69.         Research binocular microscope . . . . . . . . . . .        3
70.         Laminar Airflow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       1
71.         D.L.P. Projector (anatomy + Physiology) . . . . .        1
72.         Micro imaging system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        1
73.         Inverter tissue culture binocular research microscope..1
74.         Digital ptometer with electrode . . . . . . . . . . . .      1
75.         Digital thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1
76.         Digital Ph meter
77.         Autoclave drum(small)                                  1
78.         Cyclo mixer                                                  1
79.         makarthy tube borosilicate glass autoclave      100
80.         Bone decalcifier                                           1
81.         electronic analytical balance                        1
  
 
 
·Following equipments / instruments are with the institute in other departments which will be shared by the department of Anatomy also (useful for P.G. Research Lab.)
 
ð    Microscope with Circuit TV monitor Projector……………… 1

Automatic Tissue Processor………………………1

Sr. No. Name of equipment Quantity
1 Table with marble for stainless steel tops 6’1” x 2’ x3’ Tables with marble or stainless steel, 20
2 Half standard size. 6
3 Drill machine 1
4 Hand saw 5
5 Band saw for sectioning body and limbs 1
6 Stools, preferably metal 175
7 Brain knife 6
8 Mortuary cooler with arrangement to keep atleast 8 bodies or suitable alternative arrangement. 1
9 Storage tank to hold 10 cadavers, made of concrete with copper lid 4
10 Plastic tanks for storing soft and dissected parts. 15
11 Trolly Table (Steel, Light). 3
12 Projectors including overhead projectors 2 + 2
13 X-ray Viewing lobby. 6
14 Charts, Diagrams, Models, Slides etc. Charts – 96
Models – 62
15 Dissecting instruments As required
16 Meat cutting machine for thin body sections (trans and vertical) for gross anatomy sectional study 1
17 Microscopes, Monocular 60
18 Dissection microscope 5
19 Microtomes, rotary 2
20 Microtomes, Sledge, large cutting. 1
21 Cabinet for slides (1000) 6
22 Incubators 1
23 Paraffin embedding bath. 2
24 Hot plates for flattening sections. 2
25 Hot air cover fro drying slides (450C) 1
26 Balance Analytical capacity 200 grms. and Sensitivity 1/10 mg. 1
27 Balance Earanger capacity 6 kilos Sensitivity, 1/5 gram 2
28 Refrigerators 2
29 Distilled water still menesty type capacity gallon per hour 2
30 Diamond pencils 4
31 7 colour marking pencils. 2
32 Skeletons articulated. 10
33 Bones (Dis-articulated) sets. 35
34 Specimen jars. 300
35 Racks steel 48
36 Embalming machines for cadavers. 1

Departmental Library

(No of Books / Journals available) : 184 Books,153 Titles, 607 Books in Central Library

LIST OF ANATOMY BOOKS IN DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

 

 
No
 
 
Title
 
Author
1.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 1
G. J. Romanes
2.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 1
G. J. Romanes
3.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 1
G. J. Romanes
4.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 2
G. J. Romanes
5.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 2
 
G. J. Romanes
6.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 2
 
G. J. Romanes
7.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 3
 
G. J. Romanes
8.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 3
 
G. J. Romanes
9.
Cunningham’s manual of practical anatomy. Vol. – 3
 
G. J. Romanes
10.
Emry’s elements of medical genetics.9th ed.
 
Robert F., Muller & Young
11.
Rawling’s landmarks and surface marking of human body
 
12.
Clinical neuro anatomy for medical students
Richard S. Snell
13.
Human osteology
B.D. Chaurasia
14.
Histology a text book & atalas
Michael H.Ross
15.
Grant’s atlas of anatomy
Anne M. R. Agur
16.
Langman’s medical embryology
T.W Sadler
17.
Lee Mc Gregor’s synopsis of surgical anatomy
Decker
18.
Last’s anatomy, regional & applied
R.M.H. Mc Minn
19.
Essential of human genetics
Bhatnagar, Kothari & Mehta
20.
A color atlas of surface anatomy clinical & applied
Kenneth Back house & Hutchings
21.
Gray’s anatomy. 38th ed.
Willims, Bannister & others
22.
Gray’s anatomy. 38th ed
Willims, Bannister & others
23.
Core text of neuroanatomy. 4th ed.
Macolm B. Carpenter
24.
Di Fiore’s atalas of histology with function correlation.8th ed
Victor P. Eroschenko
25
Di Fiore’s atalas of histology with function correlation.8th ed
Victor P. Eroschenko
26.
Grant’s method of anatomy. 11th ed.
J. V. Basmajian & Charles
27
Clinical anatomy for medical students. 5th ed.
Richard S. Snell
28.
Theory and practice of histological techniques. 4th ed.
J.D. Bancroft & A. Stevens

29.
Essential of human anatomy. Part-1
(Thorax & Abdomen) 3rd ed.
A.K.Datta
30.
Essential of human anatomy. Part-2
(Head & Neck) 2nd ed.
A.K.Datta
31.
Essential of human anatomy. Part-3
(Supp. & Inf Extremities) 2nd ed.
A.K.Datta
32.
Essential of human anatomy. Part-4
(Neuro Anatomy ) 1st ed.
A.K.Datta
33.
Essential of human embryology. 3rd ed.
A.K.Datta
34.
Emery’s elements of medical genetics. 9th ed.
R.F. Muller & Lan Young
35.
An imaging atlas of human anatomy. 1995
J. weir & P.H abrahms &
Others
36.
Priemer of sectional anatomy with MRI & CT
Correlation -1994. 1st ed.
C.P.Barret, L.D. Anderson,
& others
37.
A color atlas of life before birth, Reprint -1990
Majorie A. England
38.
Manual of hisological techniques & their diagnostic
Application
J.D. Bancroft & Harry Cook
39.
A text book of histology (12 th ed.)
Bloom & Fawcett
40.
Human genetics. Reprint -1996
S. D. Gangane
41.
Lee Mc Gregor’s synopsis & surgical anatomy. 12th  ed. 
G. A. G. Decker
42.
Principles of general anatomy. 4 th ed.
A. K. Datta
43.
Board review series emberyology
Fix & Dudek
44.
Hand book of general anatomy
B.D.Chaurasia
45.
Human anatomy. Vol. –1
B.D.Chaurasia
46.
Human anatomy. Vol. –2
B.D.Chaurasia
47.
Human anatomy. Vol. –3
B.D.Chaurasia
48.
Surface anatomy. 2 nd ed.
Lumely
49.
Human embryology
Inderbir Singh
50.
Human histology
Inderbir Singh
51.
Functional histology
Inderbir Singh
52.
Neuro anatomy
William Demyer
53.
Elements of medical genetics. 8 th ed.
Emery & Muller
54.
Medical council of india
(Regulation of graduate medical edu.)
 
55.
MCI (minimum standard requirements for a medical college.
 
56.
MCI (Regulations under section -33)
 
57.
Essential clinical anatomy
Moore
58.
Taber’s cyclopedic medical dictionary. Vol.-1
Thomas
59.
Taber’s cyclopedic medical dictionary .vol-2
Thomas
60.
Black’s medical dictionary
G.Macpherson
61.
Concise pocket medical dictionary
U.N. Panda
62.
Review of medical dictionary
William F.Ganong
63.
Medical laboratory technology. Vol. 1
Kanai L. Mukhrjee
64.
Difiore’s atlas of histology.7 th ed.
Victor P. Eroschenko
65.
Difiore’s atlas of histology with functional correlation
Victor P. Eroschenko
66.
Practical anatomy
Shashank V. Parulekar
67.
Text book of anatomy
A. W.Roger
68.
A.D.A.M. student’s atlas of anatomy
Todd R. Olson
69.
Human anatomy
Kent M. Van Degrif
70.
Gray’s anatomy (38 th ed.)
Peter William
71.
Human embryology
William J.Larsen
72.
Human histology.2 nd ed.
Alan Stewens , James
73.
Gross anatomy in the practice of medicine
Frank S.Slabby
74.
Clinically oriented anatomy. 3 rd ed.
Keith Moore
75.
Human anatomy
Kent M. Van De Graff
76.
Clinical anatomy for medical students. 5 th ed.
Richard Snell
77.
The visible human body – By Hasons
Gunther Van Hangous
78.
Surface anatomy
John S.P.Lumely
79.
Neuro anatomy
A.     R. Crossman
80.
Surface anatomy basis of clinical anatomy. 2 nd ed.
John. S. P. Lumely
81.
Primer of sectional anatomy with MRI & CT correlation
Charles Barett
82.
Color atlas of clinical embryology
Moore, Parsaud, Shiota
83.
 Color atlas of anatomy
Johannes W. Rohers
84.
 Color atlas of anatomy
Johannes W. Rohers
85.
Last’s anatomy (9 th ed.)
Mc. Minn
86.
Fundamentals of human anatomy
Chakraborty
87.
Medical laboratory technology. 4 th ed.
Ramnik sood
88.
Human anatomy color atlas & text. 3rd ed.
Gosling, Harris
89.
Learning guide to window 95
Gini Courter
90.
Dorland’s pocket medical dictionary. 25 th ed.
 
91.
Basic human genetics
Kapoor, Sari
92.
NMS genetics. 2 nd ed.
Jan M. Friedman
93.
Lee Mc Gregor’s synopsis & surgical anatomy. 12 th ed.
 
94.
Genetics
Monroe W. Stricberger
95.
Dictionary of networking
Peter Dyson
96.
Radiology of positioning & applied anatomy
G. S. Garkar
97.
Understanding anatomical terms
Lopa Mehta, Kothari
98.
Understanding anatomical terms
Lopa Mehta, Kothari
99
Neuro anatomy
James D. Fix
100.
Windows 95
Will Train
101.
Text book of anatomy. Vol. 1
Inderbir Singh
102.
Text book of anatomy. Vol. 2
Inderbir Singh
103.
Text book of anatomy. Vol. 3
Inderbir Singh
104.
Cutaneous surgical anatomy of head and neck
Breisch & Greenway
105.
Basic clinical neuroanatomy
Young & Young
106.
Anatomy of movement
Calais –Germain
107.
Essential anatomy
Lumley – Craven
108.
Functional anatomy of limb & back
Hollinshead
109.
Anatomy for speech and hearing
John M. Palmer
110.
The human central nervous system
Voogd. Vantluizen
111.
Clinical anatomy of lumber spine
Bogduk /Twomey
112.
Correlative neuroanatomy
Waxman
113.
Color atlas of veterniary histology
Bacha - Bacha
114.
Human embryology
Fitzgerald M. J. T.
115.
Human embryology
Larsen
116.
Muscles testing and function
Kendall / Mcreary
117.
An Atlas of forearm and hand cross sectional anatomy
Meals / Seger
118.
Imaging atlas of human anatomy
Weir / Abrahams
119.
The human brain
John Nolte
120.
Surgical anatomy of orbit
Zide / Jelles
121.
Psychological development
Luszcz
122.
Carpenter’s human neuroanatomy
Andre Parent
123.
Anatomy : Review for new national board
Johnson
124.
Anatomy and physiology in health and illness
Wilson – Waugh
125.
Atlas of topographical anatomy
Platzer
126.
A color of atlas of brain and spinal cord
England / Wakely
127.
Atlas of human anatomy. Vol .2
Sobotta
128.
Human histology
Stevens / Lowe
129.
Text book of microscopic anatomy
Bailey
130.
Oral histology
Tencate
131.
Gross anatomy
Snell
132.
Human development anatomy
NMS
133.
Histology and cell biology
Johnson
134.
Basic Histology
Junqueira / Kelley
135.
The developing human clinically oriented embryology
Moore / Persaud
136.
The anatomy of human skeleton
Denman
137.
Color atlas / Text book of human anatomy locomotor
System. Vol. 1
Kanle /Platzer
138.
Gross anatomy oklahoma notes
Felts
139.
Future directions in infant development research
Springer – Verlag
140.
Atlas of canine anatomy
Anderson
141.
Oxford textbook of functional anatomy
Mactinnon & Morris
142.
Cell biology and histology
Gartner /Strum
143.
Atlas of fetal sectional anatomy
Isacson
144.
The human nervous system
Barr / Kiernan
145.
Automation of cytogenetics
Windsteen piper
146.
Cleavage line of skin
Bibliothica Anatomica
147.
Development and regenration of skeletal muscles
Bibliothica Anatomica
148.
Cross sectional anatomy of acupoints
Chen
149.
Encyclopedia of humanbeing
Yongson
150.
Anatomy as a basis for clinical medicine
Hall – Craggs
151.
Embalming : principels and legal aspects
Ajmani
152.
Clinical anatomy
Harold Ellis
153.
Anatomy – Regional, functional and clinical
Kangasuntheram
154.
The nervous system
W. F. Ganong
155.
Anatomy Of the cortex
Braitenberg – Schitz
156.
Clinical neuroanatomy and neurophysiology
Gilman – Newman
157.
Anatomical basis of neuroscience
Mohajir
158.
Clinical Anatomy
Lindner
159.
Principles of medical genetics
Gelehater / Collins
160.
Clinical and functional histology
Richard Snell
161
Multiple choice question in Anatomy
S.M. Batnagar.
162
Gray’s Anatomy for student
Drake vogl mitc Mitchell
163
Pre test self – Assessment and Review fifth edition
Me Graw-ltill
164
Exam oriented anatomy below diaphragm
Shoukat N. Kaz
165
Clinical neuroanatomy
Vishram singh
166
Text book of histology and a practical guide
J.P. Gunasegaram
167
Human histology with colour atlas (fifth editin)
Inderbir singh
168
Human histology with colour atlas (fourth edition)
Inderbir singh
169
Mc Minn’s colour atlas of human anatomy
P.H. Abrahams, S.C. Marks Jr. R.T. Hutchings
170
Clinical anatomy for students (problem solving aporoch)
Neeta V. Kulkarni
171
Text books of anatomy with colour atlas
Inderbir singh
172
Text book of human Osteology
Inderbir singh
173
Text book of Human osteology-2
Inderbir singh
174
Clinical neuro anatomy
Richard S. Snell
175
Text book of anatomy with colour atlas (Third edi.)
Inderbir Signh
176
Text book of anatomy with colour atlas (third Edition) (vol.2)
inderbir singh
177
Text book of anatomy with colour atlas (forth edition) (Vol.2)
Inderbir Singh
178
Medical embryology 10th edition
T.W. Sadler
179
Text book of anatomy with colur atlas 3rd edition (vol.3)
Inderbir Singh
180
Text book of anatomy with colour atlas 4th edition (vol.3)
Inderbir singh
181
Clinical & surgical anatomy (2nd edition)
Vishram singh.
182
Clinical Kinesiology and anatomy
Lynn S. Lippert
183
Comparative anatomy of vertebrates
Kent/Carr
184
Primate Anatomy
Ankel – Simons

LIST OF JOURNALS
 

Journals of the Anatomical Society of India
 
Journal of Anatomical Society of India 1997,1998,1999,2000
The Anatomical Record
The Journal of Radiological and Surgical  Association of India
The Journal of Anatomy
Internet facility

 

Demonstration Room :
a)        
Number
Two
b)        
Accommodation (of each demonstration room)
 
i)             
Size
1
68.4 sq.m.
2
64 sq.m.
 
ii)            
Capacity
1
75 students
2
75 students
   c)
Audio-visual equipment available.
 
O.H.P.- 3
 
Slide Projector-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :
Accommodation
Size                  
44.67 sq.m
Capacity  
20 members
Number of books in Anatomy and allied subjects :
184 Books in Dept. Library (PI. See Annexure-1
(153 Titles) 607 Books in Central Library
List of Journals :
Journals of the Anatomical Society of India
Journal of Anatomical Society of India 1997,1998,1999,2000
The Anatomical Record
The Journal of Radiological and Surgical Association of India
The Journal of Anatomy
Internet facility
Dissection Hall:
2 (Two) Rooms
 
Accommodation  :
 
Size                          :
(1)
 200 sq.m.
(2)
 184 Sq.m.
Capacity                   :
 
150 students
Number and arrangement of tables
Big :
Standard -20                                               
Half Standard-06
Double standard-02
Small:
 
 
Hygiene and Drainage facilities for Disposal of Discarded parts-- Adequate
Is there a burial ground?
 -No burial ground
 -Parts are cremated
Washing arrangement
No. of wash basins provided
: 06
No. of lockers provided for students
: 36
Light and exhaust arrangements
 
:   06 – Exhaust fans                                  Well lighted &  well ventilated
 
Special Instruments other
than routine dissection sets, such as electric saw etc.
: 01 – Bone cutting machine               for cutting
Extra Learning Aids provided in the Dissection Hall:
(Skeleton, Charts, Black Board etc.)
: Skeleton – 2
 Model showing muscles – 2
 Black boards – 1
 Models & Charts
Cadaver Preservation Facilities
 
Embalming room
 
Size
: 93 sq.m.
Location
: Near to dissection hall
Storage Tanks
 
Number
: 07
Size
: 3.5 sq.m. (each)
Cold room/cooling cabinets
 
Size
: 52.33 sq.m
Capacity
: 06 – Bodies
No. of Cadavers available
: 33 + 5 (mummified)
No. of students allotted per cadaver
: 13 students / cadaver
 
 
Histology Laboratory
 
 Size
: 214.40 sq.m.
Capacity
: 90 students
Working arrangement
Number of students to each Microscope
Seats available
:90
Cupboard for storage of microscope-slides etc
: 04 Big & 04 Small
No. of Microscope with 1/3, 1/6, & 1/12   Objectives
:120
No of students on each microscope
: 01 student per microscope
Preparation room
    Size
:20 sq.m
    Location
: Adjoining with Histo. Lab
Whether Laboratory Manuals kept by students?
Yes
 
Close circuit TV/Demonstration Microscope/any other teaching aids :
-Microscope with double eye piece
-Automatic Slide Projector
 
Research Laboratory
 
Size
60.48 sq.m
Equipment
Hot air oven, Incubator, Autoclave, Laminar                                                                     air flow, Micro imaging system, centrifuge
Are there any students taken for M.S. or M.Sc. or Ph.D in Anatomy
:Yes (MS Anatomy)
 
Diploma
: No
Degree
Yr 2010: 2 admissions
 
Yr 2011: 3 admissions
Yr 2012: 1 admission
Museum
 
Size
: 254 sq.m
How are the specimens arranged?         
:According to Regions
Give Number of each:
U. L.- 39                        
L. L- 54
Thorax- 46
Embryology-25
Head & Neck- 50            
Brain- 32
Abdomen- 67                            
Gen. Anat.- 09      
Sectional- 08
 
Coverage of various fields in Anatomy by Specimens
: Embryology
   Neuro anatomy
   Gross-anatomy
No. of catalogues of the specimens available to the students.
: 04
Specimens in Embroyology, Neuro-Anatomy, Histology, Gross Anatomy          :
: Embryology          - 25 
 Gross Anatomy     - 273         
 NeuroAnatomy     - 32
Are the microscopic sections of the specimens available for study students in the Museum.
Yes, In Histology Laboratory
Number of Microscope & X-ray view Boxes available to to students in the Museum.
120 - Microscope in Histology Lab
 
06 – X-ray view boxes
List of exhibits other than the specimens and their arrangement.
Skeletons on stand
Charts (Embryo, Neuron –anatomy) on wall
Models on rack
 
Radiological & specialized imaging exhibits:
Number
216
Type
Plates –X-ray –Plain –122
 
Special technique – 21
 
MRI, CTScan –09
Charts, Skeletons etc.
Charts: –96
Models
– 62(Including all Systems, Regions, and Embryology)
Skeletons
– Male –Female & Child
Articulated – 10 (5 (M) + 5 (F))
Non- Articulated – 35
Fetal – 2
Seating arrangement for students
Number
35
Type
Stools
Preparation and storage rooms
 
Preparation room    
18.20 sq.m.
 
Storage room
18.27sq.m
Attached rooms
Neuro-anatomy & Embryology Sections
32 sq.m
 
 

 

 

 

 

Every Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday  - Clinical Rounds at  9-12 a.m.

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday - lecture by faculty at 11.30 a.m.

Self Development Group on every Tuesday at 4.30 p.m.

Yoga Sessions on every Monday at 6.30 p.m.

Journal Club and Movie Club - on Thursady at 4.30 p.m.