Skills gained by the student in the department
I BDS: Adequate knowledge about the development, structure and the function of the teeth, mouth, and jaws and the associated structures in the normal conditions, along with their anatomical aspects and the histology of each.
II BDS: Knowledge regarding how the normal conditions vary with each disease so as to equip them with the forthcoming clinical exposure to the various oral pathological conditions.
III BDS: The students are exposed to the various oral diseases so as to acquire knowledge of identifying the various diseases and correlation with the corresponding histopathological features and to differentiate from the similarly appearing lesion in order to derive the proper treatment plan.
To acquire the knowledge about various oral pathological conditions, correlate with the general/systemic involvement if any along with the laboratory investigations involving hematology, cytology, and histopathology in health and disease and correlate the same with the clinical features. Skills achieved by the student in the department
I MDS: Acquire skills of carving the morphology of the tooth so as to identify the normal anatomical features of the tooth in health. They also acquire the knowledge of identifying the normal microscopic features of the tooth structures in health.
II MDS: Students are trained to grind the normal tooth as well as a diseased tooth so as to understand the technique involved in the making of a microscopic slide and then observe and relate it to the diseased condition.
III MDS: Students are exposed to various oral pathological conditions and their histopathological slides for microscopic viewing so as to identify and correlate with the condition. Post Graduates: To acquire the skill in the methodology involving the various laboratory investigations involving hematology, cytology, and histopathology in health and disease and correlate the same with the clinical features.