Admission 2024-25

Admission open for UG,PG & Diploma Courses



The Anatomy Department has a Museum of size 356 along with two attached rooms of 17, one for specimen preparation, and another for modular. Anatomy museum has

  • 1. 31 Laminated charts
  • 2. 171 Organs and system models
  • 3. 12 Articulated Skeletons
  • 4. 30 Disarticulated Skeletons
  • 5. 866 Loose Bones
  • 6. 120 radiological films which includes X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT scan and MRI images
  • 7. 10 View Boxes
  • 8. 186 Wet Specimens

A truly unique and remarkable attraction in the Anatomy museum is the specimen of a Benign Cystic Ovarian Tumor of weight 23.7 kg, measuring 68x38x28 cm. This tumor was removed from a 48-yearold multiparous, postmenopausal lady at T.S. Misra Medical College & Hospital on 12th May 2016, by our team of doctors.

Museum of Community Medicine

The Museum helps UG & PG students understand the important concepts in Community Medicine & makes the teaching of Community Medicine interesting and enjoyable.

Spread over an area of 158 sq. meters, The museum has on display 60 models, 118 specimens, 72 charts and photographs of Founders of Public Health. All the charts, photographs and models are mounted on the walls. The specimens are displayed and properly organized in ten glass cabinets, each with a brief of the same. The museum is set up in a planned manner so that all the charts, models and specimens belonging to a particular section are placed together. The various sections in the museum are section of Communicable diseases: Non-communicable diseases; Environmental health; Nutrition; Immunization; Family planning; Entomology; Occupational health; Insecticides, disinfectants and antiseptics; National Health Programs; and Founders of Public Health.


The museum is the heart of the department. It is housed in approximately 225 sqm area in a well ventilated rooms with 400 specimens. These collections consist of surgically resected organ with tumorous / non tumorous pathology and autopsy specimens. All specimens are duly labeled with histopathological diagnosis and are on permanent display. These are arranged in an organ system wise pathology in 25 large Amirah racks. Each specimen is numbered and its clinical history, macroscopic description and histological feature are documented in spirally bound catalogues which help undergraduates and postgraduates in understanding the anatomic pathology of diseased process. Museum has been meticulously maintained and updated over the years. In addition, there are 100 beautiful charts showing gross pathology / microscopic feature of spectrum of diseases and 30 models displaying diseased human tissue at macroscopic level. Audiovisual system is provided in the museum for better teaching to undergraduates and postgraduates students.

The Museum of Pharmacology

The Museum of Pharmacology offers a collection of items of much academic interest, spread over 160 square meters with a variety of drugs, models, mannequins, charts, etc.

MUSEUM Of Microbiology

Department of Microbiology has a museum with 155 sqmt. area. There are 10 glass wooden almirah for storage and display of specimens and models. Museum has total 232 items as per details below

Specimen - 49 | Charts - 145 |Models - 38

There are also 25 catalogues giving information of all specimen and models.

MUSEUM Of Forensic medicine

The museum in the department of Forensic Medicine covers an area of 235 sq. mt. in which 225 specimens of medico legal importance are arranged in 20 glass cabinets. In the types of specimens 45 are soft tissue specimens, 70 weapons (blunt, sharp edged, pointed & firearms), 80 poisons, 30 wax models & 65 photographs. These specimens are arranged as per their classification. Play cards are made for specimens & kept by the side. Beside this two articulated skeleton & large number of dis-articulated bones of skull, mandible, sternum, pelvis, hip bones, sacrum, vertebrae & of long bones such as femur, humorous etc.

All the autopsy instruments and equipment’s used in the management of poisoning are displayed separately. Adequate number of X-ray plates of joints and injury are kept in packets. Three boxes of his to-pathological slides of medico legal importance are kept in department museum. There are 15 catalogues & 92 charts for student’s self-study. Charts are displayed all over in the museum, laboratory and department corridor.