|S.No.||Name||Designation||Qualification||Registration UG/PG||Date of Joining||Contact No|
|1.||Dr. Deepak Herald D’Souza||Professor & HOD||MBBS, MD||60991, Karnataka Medical Councilemail@example.com|
|2.||Dr. Y. Udayashankar||Associate Professor||MBBS, MD||27104 Karnataka Medical Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3.||Dr. Rajanikanta Swain||Assistant Professor||MBBS, MD||16661 OCMR (Orissa)||email@example.com|
|4.||Dr. Ashwini Kumar||Tutor||MBBS, MD||62516 Andhra Pradesh Medical Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5.||Dr. Siddesh R.C.||Tutor||MBBS, MD||95799 Karnataka Medical Councilemail@example.com|
|List of Non-Teaching Staff|
|Shri. V. S. Baiju||Technical Assistant|
|Smt. Mausami Biswas||Technician|
|Shri. Y Palraj||Laboratory Attendants|
|Shri. Pritham Lal||Store keeper-cum-clerk|
|Shri. M. Karapan||Steno-typist|
|Smt. Manga Devi||Sweeper|
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Forensic Medicine is to produce a physician who is well informed about medicolegal responsibilities in practice of medicine. He/She will also be capable of making observations and inferring conclusions by logical deductions to set enquiries on the right track in criminal matters and connected medicolegal problems. He/She acquires knowledge of law in relation to medical practice, medical negligence and respect for codes of medical ethics.
At the end of the course in the forensic medicine, the MBBS student will be:
In short the department of Forensic Medicine assists the criminal justice system to prevent the crimes in the society there by establishing law and order for peace and prosperity of every member of the society. It trains the doctors in this direction along with ethical practice of medicine.
Size : 250 Sq metre
Distance from the department : 500 mtrs
No. of autopsy tables available : 02
Cold room/cooling cabinets: Size 16 Sq metre
Cold Room Capacity : 1 unit of 4 Single body cold chambers and 1 unit of single body chamber.
Dr. Y. Udayshankar: 14