Department of Community Medicine

//Department of Community Medicine
Department of Community Medicine2019-06-25T07:41:21+00:00

Course Objectives

Students are expected to work towards meeting the following objectives:

  • The course is designed to educate the students about the diagnosis and treatment of common medical illnesses. It helps the students have a sufficient knowledge of rare diseases, advances and technologies in medicine.

  • The department educates & trains the students in various areas related to community medicine like clinical epidemiology, epidemiological research, human nutrition, deficiency disorder, its prevention & control, maternal & child health, health care management, health care services, environmental sanitation and occupational hazards.

  • The department is well equipped and posses necessary facilities to educate the students like various models of houses, toilets, sewage disposal system, water purifying systems & methods etc, charts displaying the map of endemic areas, national and international health promotion, disease prevention, microscopes & microscopic slides of various disease causing microbes, vectors etc.

  • Apart from the classroom teaching, students are allowed to visit the nearby communities to understand the health problems of community, government & private water purifying systems, different levels of health care systems.

  • With all the above facilities & exposure the students are trained & motivated to look into community & public health as a option of higher studies & career.


  • Classroom

  • Dinning Hall

  • Housing

  • Recreation

  • Library Service
  • 100 bedded teaching hospital

  • 9 laboratories

  • 6 Museum, including Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine, Obstetrics, Herbology, Naturopathy & Yoga

  • A Seminar hall with seating approximately 100 students.

  • The Campus has both internet and phone facilities

  • Health shop

  • Adequate water and power supply

  • A Bus service operates to and fro from campus on training days

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