To Provide the highest quality education, training and research experience for students.
To increase the visibility and awareness about the expertise of the department by conducting various educational programs.
To integrate continuing educational programs into the departmental activities.
To serve the society by educating the community regarding health and disease.
To have full commitment for continuous improvement of the quality of our services.
To provide the highest quality and effective diagnostic services for optimum patient care.
Infrastructure of Department:
Well equipped air conditioned histopathology laboratory, cytopathology laboratory,with fully automated machines.
Deca head microscopes and Penta head microscopes with plasma T.V.
24x7 functioning clinical pathology laboratory.
Department has air conditioned library with 82 books.
Well equipped clinical and histopathology laboratory for students with binocular microscopes.
Two Demonstration rooms with audio visual facility.
Orientation and promotion of research activities, for that there is a facility of Departmental research laboratory.
Fully developed museum with 126 specimens.
Well equipped chamber for all teaching staff for working.
High quality microscopes for reporting cases.
24x7 functioning blood bank.
Concept of Teaching & Teaching Philosophy:
Pathology is a study of disease: its etiology, pathogenesis and pathophysiology, and its morphologic expression at organ, tissue, cellular and ultrastructural levels. The spectrum of research interests of our faculty includes basic molecular mechanisms of cell function and vertebrate development, as well as translational studies on disease mechanism, diagnosis and treatment. Pathology is a medical specialty that provides the scientific foundation for all medical practice. The pathologist works with each of the clinical specialties, using the tools of laboratory medicine to provide information essential to problem solving in clinical practice. As such, the pathologist is the "doctors' doctor."
Pathology is the only discipline that can be classified as both a basic and clinical science. As such, it will provide medical students an indispensable bridge between the basic science and the clinical relevance and application of this information. Pathology provides a rich environment for graduate education in which our students can receive comprehensive training in as many areas of both the basic and clinical sciences as they relate to pathologic mechanisms.
Pathology is very vast subject and teaching time is limited. Hence, method of teaching pathology should be easy so student can understand the subject in better way.Integrated teaching method and use of clinical radiological correlation is the better ‘option. A conceptual knowledge of pathology can be delivered by interactive lectures, small group discussion and clinical case demonstration. All histopathology slide and haematology slides should be shown to students in microscope and also photograph of lesion should be shown during lectures for better understanding.