Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

Department Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

The department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology is two story building situated near administrative block of the college & hospital. It was established in the year 2004. Annual intake capacity of undergraduate students was 100, now it is increased up to 150 per year. Postgraduate course in this subject was started from 2010 and annual intake capacity of postgraduate student is 02. Mortuary block is situated just behind the department.

The details of  the department is as follows:

Teaching Faculty

Sr.No Name Qualification Designation
1. Dr. Chandrakant R. Dode MBBS,

MD(Patho), MD(FMT)

Professor & Head
2. Dr. Mahadev E. Bansude MBBS,

MD(FMT)

Associate Professor
3. Dr. Radhey R. Khetre MBBS,

MD(Forensic Medicine)

Assistant  Professor
4. Dr. Rahul B. Umbare MBBS,

MD(Forensic Medicine)

Assistant  Professor
5. Dr. Indrajeet M. Lakade MBBS,

DFM,   DCH

Medical Officer
6. Dr. Dharmaraj A. Dudde MBBS,

DCH

Medical Officer
7. Dr. Mahesh A. Giri MBBS Medical Officer

 Resident Doctors

Sr. No. Name Qualification Designation Date of Joining this institute
1. Dr. Mahesh M. Ardale MBBS Junior Resident – lll 27-05-2016
2. Dr. Vishal R. Survase MBBS Junior Resident – l 02-5-2018
3. Dr. Ranjit S. Rathod MBBS Junior Resident – l 14-5-2018

Non teaching staff

Sr. No. Name Designation Date of Joining this institute
1. Mr. R. B. Borgave Lab. Assistant  
2. Mr. Shaikh  Khwaja Ismael Helper  
3. Mr. Shaikh  Rashid  Khwaja Helper  
4. Mr. Shaikh  Irshad  Khwaja Helper  

Academic Activity in Department

  1. Teaching and Training of Undergraduate, Intern & Postgraduate Student
  2. Undergraduate & Postgraduate Research Work
  3. Seminars, Presentations, Journal Club & Group Discussions
  4. Autopsy Demonstrations & Case Discussions
  5. Court room Visits

Medicolegal Services Provided By Department

  1. Medicolegal Post Mortem Examination & Reporting.
  2. Antemortem Medicolegal Cases Examination and Reporting
  3. Opinion in Referred antemortem and postmortem Medicolegal Cases
  4. Laboratory testing and reporting.
  5. Medicolegal Training of Medical Officers, Police Officers and Judiciary.

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