Anatomy Department


About

About

The Department of Anatomy, Diphu Medical College was established in 2019 after the college became functional on 25th November,2019. The first HOD of the department is Prof. (Dr.) Bijon Ch Dutta. Under the leadership of Prof B.C Dutta, a renowned Anatomist who has 35 yrs experiences in the teaching of Anatomy. He started his career as Demonstrator at Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh in 1985 and was Prof and HOD of Anatomy at Silchar Medical  College  before joining Diphu Medical College. He is a Post Graduate  teacher having more than 12 yrs experiences as Prof & HOD. He is also a regular MCI assessor and Coordinator since 2010 and assessed more than 170 assessments  in both  PG and U.G courses.He is also member of Board of Specialist (Anatomy) in  National  Board of Examination, New Delhi.

The department is housed at ground floor of the Academic Block Building of Diphu Medical College.

INFRASTRUCTURE

  1. There is a museum consisting of embryological model and models of  different parts of human body which may be difficult to understand for UG students, soft tissue specimens, charts, posters and photographs, etc
  2. Department has a Library having textbooks and reference books, mainly related to the subject of Anatomy. The library room will be used as Seminar Room having capacity for 50-60 students and is equipped with modern teaching audiovisual aids.
  3. The Department has 2 demonstration rooms, 1 well equipped modular Histology laboratory and 1 Research laboratory.
  • Courses
  1. MBBS course .
  • Services

  1. Embalming of dead bodies:
    1. For dissection purpose.
    2. As a public service for bodies that require transportation
  2. Awareness programs for body donation to encourage teaching and research.
  3. Undergraduate classes (MBBS) for 100 students per year
  • Publications in the tenure of DMC:
  • Dr. Baneswar Baro=4 (Total no=6) and Dr.Gunamani Rabha=4(Total No=7)
  1. Baro Baneswar, Rabha Gunamani (Corresponding Author)(2020). A Study To Determine The Variations In Its Origin, Course And Termination Of The Human Brachial Artery In Adult And Foetus, Global Journal For Research Analysis ,Volume : IX, Issue : VII, July – 2020, https://www.worldwidejournals.com/global-journal-for-research-analysis-GJRA/issues.php m=July&y=2020&id=104
  2. Baro Baneswar, Rabha Gunamani (Corresponding Author)(2020). A study on profunda brachi artery in adult and foetus to determine the variations in its origin, IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS).Volume 19, Issue 8 Ser.4 (August. 2020), PP 40-46  www.iosrjournals.org
  3. Baro Baneswar1, Rabha Gunamani2 (Corresponding Author)(2020). Jeweler’s Cut: An Innovative Technique for Middle Ear Dissection, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume   Issue 5, May 2020, www.ijsr.net
  4. Baro Baneswar1, Rabha Gunamani2 (Corresponding Author)(2020). Perception of medical students on teaching method: Power Point Presentation or Chalk and Board with Demonstration? IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) Volume 19, Issue 8 Ser.16 (August. 2020), PP 40-46. www.iosrjournals.org

 

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Faculties

Dr. Baneswar Baro

Associate Professor

Dr. Gunamani Rabha

Assistant Professor

Dr. Mrinmoy Saikia

Demonstrator