The Department of Anatomy offers a robust Anatomy education for over 150 undergraduate students pursuing course in Medicine through a combination of didactic and hands-on cadaveric dissection in various branches of Anatomy such as Gross Anatomy, histology, Osteology, radiology, Embryology and Genetics which forms a basis for Medical Career. Dissection remains the main modality of study for identifying anatomical structures. The departmental research portfolio includes student’s research projects and publications from the staff.
Gross and Developmental Anatomy is a first year course designed to provide students with a fundamental working knowledge of normal human gross and developmental anatomy as a basis for the practice of medicine.
To provide an opportunity for medical students who distinguish themselves in Human Anatomy undertake research based training in Anatomy.
To provide training as would enable them to sub-specialize in anatomy at an early stage of their career.