The main objective is to train graduates to become specialists in anatomy, qualified to train undergraduate and postgraduate students, and to pursue advanced research work. The programme consists of four semesters. The first two semesters consist of basic training in the form of lectures, practicals, demonstrations and seminars.
Research work and a dissertation are to be carried out during the last two semesters. The course covers various anatomy subjects as mentioned in the course curriculum. Candidates would also be exposed to clinical anatomy in operating theatres and possibly in wards and clinics when they are posted to clinical departments such as General Surgery / Orthopaedics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Opthalmology, Otorhinolarnygology and Reconstructive Surgery. This is the special difference from similar courses conducted by other universities.
- Gross and Clinical Anatomy
- Cell Biology
- Comparative Anatomy
- Neuroanatomy-Descriptive and Clinical
- Development Anatomy
- Biostatistics and Research Methodology
Semester III and IV
- Research Work and Dissertation