Department of Anatomy

Under Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :27/11/2021

COURSE.NAME :

MBBS

COURSE.SPEC :

Medicine and Surgery 

COURSE.NOS :

150

COURSE.DEGREE :

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology  


COURSE.COURSE :

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology  

COURSE.JP :

In Government/Private Medical Colleges and Research Institutes, Private Hospitals and Clinics. Can also enroll in the Post Graduate Program (M. D./M.S./Diploma) after qualifying the entrance exam.


COURSE.PEO :

By the end of MBBS Phase I the students must be able to:


Knowledge:

  1. Demonstrate normal anatomical position, various planes, relation, comparison, laterality and movement in our body.

  2. Describe different types of skin and dermatomes in body.

  3. Understand normal disposition of various structures in the body and describe cross-sectional features.

  4. Understand and describe basic principles and sequential development of organs and systems, recognize critical stages of development.

  5. Describe and demonstrate major muscles with their attachments, nerve supply and movements.

  6. Understand and describe origin, course, branches/tributaries of important nerves and vessels and lymphatic drainage with their clinical implications.

  7. Describe the macro and microscopic features of various tissues, organs of the body with their clinical implications.

  8. Understand the basic principles of human genetics, karyotyping, and imaging techniques


Skills:

  1. Identify and demonstrate important bony landmarks and surface projection of important structures of the body.

  2. Identify and demonstrate boundaries, contents of various regions.

  3. Identify draw and label histological slides of different tissues, glands, organs and systems of the body.

  4. Identify and describe the salient features of bones and joints as seen in the radiographs.



COURSE.PO :

  1. Ability to understand anatomical basis of various disorders.

  2. Ability to interpret and analyse radiographs and other imaging modalities.

  3. Ability to understand the normal disposition of various structures while performing clinical procedures.

  4. Ability to identify various congenital anomalies and their developmental basis.


COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

BDS

COURSE.SPEC :

Dental Surgery 

COURSE.NOS :

40

COURSE.DEGREE :

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology  

COURSE.COURSE :

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology  


COURSE.JP :

In Government/Private Medical Colleges and Research Institutes, Private Hospitals and Clinics. Can also enroll in the Post Graduate Program (M.D.S.) after qualifying the entrance exam.

COURSE.PEO :

By the end of BDS Phase I the students must be able to:


Knowledge:

  1. Demonstrate normal anatomical position, various planes of body.

  2. Understand normal disposition of various structures in the body and describe cross-sectional at features.

  3. Understand and describe basic principles and sequential development of organs and systems, recognize critical stages of development.

  4. Describe the macro and microscopic features of various tissues, organs of the body with their clinical implications.

  5. Understand cross-sectional anatomy of head, neck and brain region.


Skills:

  1. Identify and demonstrate important bony landmarks and surface projection of important structures of the body.

  2. Identify and demonstrate boundaries, contents of various sub regions in head and neck region.

  3. Identify and describe the salient features of bones and joints as seen in the radiographs.

  4. Identify various tissues and structures under microscope.


COURSE.PO :

  1. Ability to understand anatomical basis of various disorders.

  2. Ability to interpret and analyse radiographs and other imaging modalities.

  3. Ability to understand the normal disposition of various structures while performing clinical procedures.

  4. Ability to identify various congenital anomalies.


COURSE.Accr :

No