Department of Forensic Medicine
The department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology was established in the year 1967. Presently there are 4 teaching staffs including the HOD. The department has class rooms, Practical labs, demonstration halls with LCD projectors, a state of art museum with a display of charts, wet specimens, bones & X-rays, toxicology specimens, and ballistics specimens.
There is a well equipped mortuary to conduct Postmortem examination, with 4 body cold storage facility. Also a separate room for performing Postmortem of decomposed bodies and a separate room for embalming is attached to the mortuary
Facilities in Forensic Medicine Department
Our facilities located within the Department include:
The department has adequate facilities to teach 250 students, with good infrastructure of classrooms, practical halls and demonstration halls with LCD projectors. We have anthropology instruments to conduct studies on anthropology and sex determination. In expert opinion cases, there are facilities to determine the age and sex of the individual, besides the stature of the individual is determined by the anthropology instruments. The museum has a large collection of bones, which were utilized to conduct many research projects and publications in International & National Journals.
We have a well equipped Mortuary to conduct postmortem examination and examination of skeletal remains which are regularly send by the police to determine the age and sex of the individual. We have a facility to preserve 4 bodies at a time in cold storage at our Mortuary. Facilities to embalm the bodies are present in the Mortuary complex.
The department library has more than 150 textbooks and journals with attached seminar room.
Meet our Teaching Staff
OUR NON TEACHING STAFF