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Academic Curriculam and Activities


Includes the practical training on concerned topics related to human anatomy (Head and Neck). It consists of the Gross anatomy, Osteology, embryology, histology, radiology, surgical anatomy and genetics. The students were divided into groups and made them to attend all the above subjects in rotation.


The innovative teaching and research strategies adopted by the department are directed to develop self learning habits in students through dissection, discussions, symposium & seminars. The department is using modern teaching & learning resources.


The department is guiding post graduate students of various dental departments in our campus. Dissection videos, 3D models and dissected specimens been used for teaching the subject in depth.



1. Theory class Theory Class room - provided with Projector with centralized A/C

2. Practical class Dissection Practical Class,

Histology, Embryology with 3D Models and Radiology.


1. Theory test

2. Practical test

a. Gross - Anatomy Specimens

b. 3D - Embryology Models

c. Bones

d. Charts

e. Histology Slides under Light Microscope

Students are motivated to do

a. Assignments

b. Seminar

c. Publication

d. Intercollegiate quiz competitions.


Approved Ph. D Supervisors

1. Dr. G. Sumathy, M.Sc., Ph. D - Reg.No: RS059

2. Dr. B. Sathyapriya, BDS., MSc., Phd., - Reg.No: RS249


List of Research Scholars from other institutions/universities (External)

1. Mrs. A. Rajalakshmi Reg. No. - D16MS011

Topic: An in-vivo study on the effects of Gymnema Sylvester’s leaf extracts on fatty liver in type 2 diabetes mellitus in Wistar albino rats

2. Dr. Aparna Gullapalli Reg. No. - D16MS016

Topic: Chromosomal abnormalities in subject with congenital heart diseases

3. B. Sivaraja Ganesan Reg. No. - D16MS508

Topic: Optimization of semen cryopreservation technique for oligoasthenozoospermic patients 4. Mrs. S. Kiruba Reg. No. - D16MS509 Topic: Effects of Momordica cymbalaria on hypercholesterolemic model of male Wistar albino rats

4. Mrs. S. Kiruba Reg. No. - D16MS509

Topic: Effects of Momordica cymbalaria on hypercholesterolemic model of male Wistar albino rats

5. Dr. S. Kanimozhi Reg. No. - D16MS511

Topic: Effects of Nigella sativa on testicular injuries of male Wistar albino rats.

6. Dr. Senthil Kumar Reg. No. - D16MS512

Topic: Assessment of relationship between Cheiloscopy, Dactyloscopy and personality/ character among the human volunteers in the age range of 21-40 years- A cross sectional study

7. Mr. Sudhakara Babu Chelli Reg. No. - D18MS506

Topic: Study on Immunohistochemistry of umbilical cord with histological changes and neonatal repercussions in intrauterine growth restriction

8. Mr. Upendhar Reddy Pulluru Reg. No. - D18MS502

Topic: Histomorphometric study of placenta with nutritional status and lateral outcome and its correlation with maternal anthropometric in IUGR

9. Dr. Vijay Andrew Ebenezer Reg.No. - D18DS503

Topic: Immediate implant placement with autogenous bone graft

10. Dr. R. Balakrishnana Reg. No. - D18DS502

Topic: Assessment of alveolar ridge preservation using beta tricalcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite.


The Department upholds the prestige of the discipline among the fraternity of staff members. The department has developed the following laboratories.

Gross anatomy:

Here, the department consists of a separate dissection hall with storage tank for the cadavers as well as for the dissected wet specimens, colored and labeled dissected charts and dissection tables for the demonstrations of the students.

Histology laboratories:

The histology lab is well equipped with adequate numbers of microscopes with ample luminosity for the student to demonstrate with the histological slides.


The museum of the department is made available with the wet specimens, models, charts and bones.

Radiological anatomy:

Various X-rays related to head and neck region are collected for the demonstration purpose of the student.

Developmental Anatomy:

The embryological models are available for the students to understand the developing processes of the individual structures related to head and neck region.


Abundant numbers of dry bones are available for the demonstration purpose of the student which is placed in the museum.


Various basic and clinical genetic charts are available for the reference of the students.

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