TEACHING PROGRAM FOR UNDER GRADUETE STUDENTS (BDS):
The program includes clinical training of students to develop and apply skills for diagnosis and planning treatment protocol for oral diseases, with more than 200 hours of lectures and discussions. Clinical exercises include; live demonstrations and hands on course related to the specialty. Pre-clinical and clinical exercises, for developing skills in making intra-oral radiographs. Interpretation and applications of the same, for various health care and legal procedures.
TEACHING PROGRAM FOR POST GRADUETE STUDENTS (MDS):
The three year program includes through training of the students in developing skills in diagnosis and management of oral diseases with systemic complications, oral manifestations of systemic illness, oral cancers and precancerous lesions as well as dental emergencies. Students are also encouraged to develop interest and skills in de-addiction programs, and patient counseling. The course further includes pre-clinical and clinical exercises for developing skills for making various radiographs of maxilla-facial region as well as the whole body, interpretation of specialized radiographs such as CBCT, MSCT, MRI and Ultrasonography, applications of radiation oncology and radiation safety.
The program also includes training of the students to hold lecture classes for under graduate students, preparation and submission of library dissertation and a thesis, methodology of conducting research, and preparation of manuscripts as well as paper presentations.