Category Archives: Para Clinical



The department of physiotherapy was established in 2003 at RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital to cater to the preventive, creative, therapeutic and rehabilitation needs of the rural people need was felt to impart the much needed physiotherapy vocational and rehabilitation training programme. Practical training to students is imparted at state of the art physiotherapy and rehabilitation center where a student gets hands on training under the expert faculty of multidisciplinary tertiary care Hospital. Students expand their horizons of therapeutic and rehabilitative concepts through involvement in community based rehabilitation programs and their “outreach” activities.

Physiotherapy labs are well equipped, sophisticated and modern equipment have been installed which are calibrated periodically.

Our faculty has Teaching staffs of 1 Professor, 4 Associate Professors and 4 Assistant Professors and one Tutor. Non teaching staff includes 1 Clerk, 1 Librarian, and 4 Attenders. Our campus includes One separate Boys hostel and one separate girls hostel and one hostel for Interns.

The Institution plans and organizes the teaching /learning process by framing academic calendar at the beginning of the Academic year. All staffs submit their lesson plans. We also have out-patient and in-patient teaching, which includes community teaching. The course objectives are clearly stated and ensured by principal-staff meeting at regular intervals. The curriculum is completed in the stipulated time frame. The students are made to participate in Seminars, Workshops and Conferences. We have OHP, LCD Projectors, E-Learning and Wi fi.

Faculty of Physiotherapy conducts staff training program to update the curricular requirements.. All are trained in special techniques. 3 visiting faculties are there to handle specific subjects. Staffs are academically recharged and rejuvenated by participating in Workshops, Seminars and Conferences at the National level.

World Environment Day 2018

Rajarajeswari College of Physiotherapy celebrated the World Environment Day on 5th of June 2018. On this occasion the department planted saplings around the campus contributing to a healthy environment. This year the theme was “BEAT PLASTIC POLLUTION” in order to urge the staff and students of Rajarajeswari College of Physiotherapy to pledge against the use of plastic within the campus and outside.



Department of Pharmacology strives to train undergraduate and post graduate students of the college in pharmacology. We believe that a good physician has to be a good pharmacologist too. The Department has a vibrant post graduate teaching program catering to various aspects of experimental and clinical pharmacology. The training is conducted so as to produce a blend of traditional skills along with a modern outlook so that the trainees can start from scratch on any drug related issue and are capable to take the matter to logical conclusion. We help our students to gain a thorough knowledge of medications, such as various routes of administration, mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics, adverse drug reactions and dosage schedules. Hands on practical training of Drug Assays and Pharmacometrics are supported by thoughtfully planned seminars, workshops.

Students understand the general principles of drug action and select, prescribe suitable drugs according to the need of the patient. They are guided to use rational drug combinations judiciously in the best interest of the patient. Students are made to appreciate the essential drug concepts and translate that in terms of drug needs for a given community. The faculties and post graduate trainees undertake and participate in research projects in addition to their teaching work. The Department also inculcates and encourages research aptitude in undergraduate students and helps them to undertake short term studentship research projects. With well-qualified and experienced faculty guiding them, students can look forward to an interesting course. The faculty keep themselves up-to-date by participating in national and international conferences and-presenting scientific papers. This in turn keeps students updated.

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Forensic Medicine

The Forensic Medicine Department is dedicated to the study and subsequent application of several areas of the medical sciences which are applied to Human Body in order to assist the law for investigating a crime so that a full plausible reconstruction of the events in a crime like murder, sexual assault, poisoning or natural deaths could be made certain beyond reasonable doubt. It also deals with the concept of imparting knowledge of Medico-Legal responsibilities to the treating physician and various problems pertaining to the practice of legal medicine.

The curriculum includes syllabus on Medical Jurisprudence, Forensic Pathology, Viscera Packing Application of Anthropology, Toxicology, etc. The department is vested with a good laboratory having adequate Microscopes and Specimens. Clinical Forensic Median services, Medico legal Postmortems in the Mortuary, Toxicology lab works, Court related works also come under the department.

All autopsies and examination of human tissues is done by the Forensic Medicine Department with the help from other departments in the Medical Institute itself. The Examination of Physical Evidence, Toxicological Analyses, UNA testing including tests for blood stains, narco-analysis, brain mapping etc are done at the Forensic Laboratories run usually by the State or Central Government or other special centers set up for this purpose.

The application of Forensic Medicine plays a crucial role in police and crime investigations making the work done by the medico on duty crucial to investigation of the crime. The Department is also planning to add a DNA fingerprinting lab to further its capability in forensics.

RajaRajeswari Medical College & Hospital, through this Department,

  • Ensures to meet the National Objective of skills in all related matters, being sensitive to ethical/ moral duties & ability to draw conclusions from autopsy work, Treating Poisoning Cases & Managing Clinical Forensic Medicine tasks. The curriculum followed is according to the requirements of the Medical Council of India Requirements & in accordance with the course prescribed by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
  • Provides for Post Graduate Studies
  • Provides all Post Mortem Examination services(Cost Free)

With an overall aim to train the medical undergraduates within the national objectives pertaining to Medico-legal responsibilities, this department unequivocally makes attempts to provide the best learning opportunities within its setup & within the required timeframe. Responsibility in service and research are two other responsibilities taught to students by the department.

The department does this by conducting classes for the medical and dental students uncle teaching them how to carry out medico-legal autopsies as per requests from the p provide embalming services, provide consultation and help in the casualty regarding medico-legal cases and carrying out research activities.

The department is vested with a good laboratory having adequate microscopes, charts and museums displaying models and specimens. Clinical forensic medicine services, medico-legal postmortems in the mortuary, toxicology lab work, court related work also come under the Department of Forensic Medicine.

Future plans includes establishing a DNA finger printing laboratory that would offer integrated training programs to the police, judicial officers and forensic science experts.



Microbiology as a subject imparts knowledge about various microorganisms as a causative factor for inducing a disease. Department of Microbiology functions in two division’s mainly Clinical microbiology and Academics. Clinical microbiology is a multidisciplinary unit comprising of Immunology, Parasitology, Bacteriology, Virology, Mycology, Mycobacteriology and Serology. The department is well equipped with adequate academic resources, spacious lecture halls, museum and laboratory and departmental library.



Pathology as a subject deals with study of human diseases. It forms the bridge between Pre Clinical & Clinical Sciences. It is to do with the application of advances in basic biological sciences, understand the nature and evaluation of each disease in detail.

The Department of Pathology helps students advance their knowledge of pathological conditions. The Department utilizes advanced systems for routine and specialized diagnosis and students are encouraged to refer to the vast collection of CDs and slides. Computers and Binocular Microscopes with CCTV further aid students in the learning process.

The Department of Pathology imparts theoretical and practical training to the II MBBS students. The subject of Pathology deals with the understanding of disease processes, disease evolution and consequences of the same. It deals with Laboratory diagnosis, correlating clinical features with laboratory findings, and interpretation of laboratory investigation results. It teaches the students in the performing basic investigation procedures and tests.

The students who have completed the basic sciences namely Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry get to learn in Pathology, altered structure, altered – function and changes in the biochemical parameters. This helps in understanding of diseases. Pathology is the backbone of clinical medicine.

The curriculum centers around Histopathology, Hematology, cytology along with clinical Pathology. The diagnostic wing in the hospital offers services under these categories.

The department is well equipped with necessary infrastructure especially adequate specimens for museum, slides for study, audio-visual aids and department library. All these are put to maximum use for creating an exemplary learning environment, as we patronize the concept of “Pathology in pictures”.

The entire armamentarium includes state-of-the-art imported microscopes, microtomes, automatic cell counters and computerized diagnostic facility.