M. D. in Community Medicine

Doctor of Medicine in Community Medicine is a three-year postgraduation course.It is a branch of medicine that is concerned with the health of the members of a community, municipality, or region.  The course prepares students to recognize the health needs of the community and carry out professional obligations ethically and in keeping with objectives of the national health policy.

Any candidate who has passed the MBBS degree from a recognized University thereto by Medical Council of India or any other State Medical Council is eligible for the M. D. in Community Medicine.

M. D. in Pathology

Doctor of Medicine in Pathology is a three-year postgraduation course. Pathology is the precise study and diagnosis of disease. Pathology is the only discipline that can be classified as both a basic and clinical science. The curriculum provides an indispensable bridge between the basic science and the clinical relevance and application of this information.  The course includes comprehensive training in many areas of both the basic and clinical sciences as they relate to pathologic mechanisms. The candidates with a MBBS degree from a recognized institute, who have registered permanently with MedicalCouncil of India or any other State Medical Councils, are eligible for this course.

After the course, the students acquired the competence pertaining to basic instrumentation and procedures required for the practice of Pathology in the community and at all levels of health care system. 

M. D. in Physiology

Doctor of Medicine in Physiology explores the studies of normal biological function, which provide the basis for understanding the abnormal function seen in human disease and for developing new methods for treating those diseases through translational research. It is a three year postgraduation course and any MBBS degree holders from a University recognized by Medical Council of India can pursue this course. Physiologists can work in the departments of physiology as well as in some other departments of neurophysiology, pharmacology, cell biology, and biochemistry. 

M. D. in Microbiology

Doctor of Medicine in Microbiology is a three-year postgraduation course. The aim of this course is to train the students of Medicine in the field of Medical Microbiology. Knowledge and practical skills shall be acquired by the candidates in the sub-specialties of Bacteriology including Mycobacteriology, Virology, Parasitology, Immunology and Mycology so as to be able to deal with diagnosis and prevention of infectious diseases in the community. They are trained in basic research methodology so that they are able to conduct fundamental and applied research. They are also trained in teaching methods so that they can take up teaching assignments. 

After successful completion of the course, one can opt to work as a specialist and Medical teacher.

M. D. in Biochemistry

Doctor of Medicine in Biochemistry is a three-year postgraduation course. Biochemistry is essentially the application of chemistry to the study of biological processes at molecular and cellular level. Subjects studied under this degree are General Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Cell and Biophysics, Bio statistics, Metabolism and Nutrition, Medical Biochemistry, Metabolism and Genetics, Molecular Basis of Human Diseases, Recent Advances in Biochemistry and Biotechnology. The course includes training in the basic instrumentation and procedures pertaining to biochemistry that are required to be practiced in community and at all levels of health care system.

Graduates in biochemistry are placed in the teaching field in government or in private sectors and other fields such as research institutes, agriculture, chemical manufacturing industries, forestry, laboratories, dietetics, industry, hospitals.

M. D. in Anatomy

Doctor of Medicine in Anatomy is a three-year postgraduation course.  Anatomy is the specialized branch of medicine that deals with the structure of the human body. Subjects studied under this degree are Gross and Regional Anatomy, Osteology, Arthropology, Myology, Systemic Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Applied and Clinical Anatomy, General & Systemic Embryology, Comparative Embryology, Principles of Genetics, General Histology, Histology of Organs & Structure, Staining Techniques, Outline of Evolution, Comparative Anatomy, Physical Anthropology, Radiological Anatomy, Surface Anatomy, Surface marking of Human Body. Any candidate who has passed the MBBS degree from a recognized University thereto by Medical Council of India or any other State Medical Council is eligible for the course.

After successful completion of the course, one can opt to work in a public medical institution or in a private hospital.

M. D. in Forensic Medicine

Doctor of Medicine in Forensic science is a three-year postgraduation course. Forensic science focuses on application of the scientific principles for crime investigation. Subjects studied under this degree are Forensic Science, Forensic Toxicology, Medical Jurisprudence and legal procedure, Law & Medicine and Autopsy. The curriculum provides basic and specialized services in relation with medico-legal responsibilities in practice of medicine and process of crime investigation.

After completion, one can offer technically competent technology services to health, home and law departments in connection with medico-legal work, crime investigation process and courts.

M. D. in Psychiatry

Doctor of Medicine in Psychiatry explores the major psychiatric syndromes like psychotic, mood and anxiety disorders, psychological effects of physical diseases, the doctor-patient relationship, human development, patient interviewing, and ethical issues in medicine. It is a three-year postgraduation course and can be pursued by any MBBS holders from a University recognized by Medical council of India. Most psychiatrists practice general psychiatry. Sub-specialization in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, and Geriatric psychiatry can be conducted after M. D. in Psychiatry.

The psychiatrists who have completed the course can join any government/private hospital and they can even visit various schools, colleges, industries, prisons as counselors. 

M. D. in Radiotherapy

The M. D. in Radiotherapy is a three year Clinical Specialty course. Radiotherapy or Radiation therapy or Radiation Oncology is mostly used for the treatment of critical disorders like cancer, thyroid disorders and some blood disorders through the high energy X-rays. The course explores the aspects of Radiation Biology, Radiation chemistry, relevance of radiation biology to radiotherapy, radiation effects on major organs/tissues, Clinical Radiotherapy.  After successful completion of the course, one can work as a Consultant Radiation Oncologist in hospital, clinic, and health department in both Governments as well as private sectors.

M. D. in Dermatology, Venerology & Leprosy

Doctor of Medicine in  Dermatology, Venerology & Leprosy is a three-year postgraduation course. Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the hair, nails, skin and its diseases. It is a unique specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. This training consists of initial medical, transitional, or surgical aspects. School of Medicine is dedicated to improve the quality of life for patients afflicted with skin disease through state-of-the-art patient care, education and research.

Any candidate who has passed the MBBS degree from a recognized University thereto by Medical Council of India or any other State Medical Council is eligible for the M. D. in Dermatology, Venerology & Leprosy.