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Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
FORENSIC MEDICINE & TOXICOLOGY
The Dept. of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology is headed by a full-time Professor assisted by a full time Reader. Regular theoretical, practical and tutorial classes for 2nd BHMS students are taken by the faculties. The teachers of the department are also involved in patient care and training of interns as well as PGTs’ in the hospital OPD and IPD.
At present in the current batch 83 students are attending classes. In the previous batch 78 students appeared for university examination last year, out of which 67 students passed the university examination successfully and the unsuccessful students passed in the subsequent supplementary examination. Undergraduate students of 2nd BHMS course are imparted with up- to-date knowledge in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology in compliance with the CCH guidelines. Students were taken to R.G.Kar Medical College and Hospital Morgue, Kolkata for demonstration of medico legal autopsies [postmortems]. They had to appear for theoretical, practical and oral internal assessment examinations which had immensely helped them to groom themselves for the university examinations.
The well-equipped Museum-cum-demonstration room of the department can accommodate 35 students at a time and has 30 wax models, 04 sets of dried non- articulated human bone specimens of both sexes, 24 wet specimens (different types of snakes), 136 various types of weapons, 110 poisonous specimens, 14 charts, 25 different instruments and appliances along with 150 photographs, 02 CDs and a good number of X-ray plates ---all of medicolegal importance for demonstration purpose.