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The department imparts training to MBBS students in Forensic Medicine during the second and third phases of the course during 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th semesters. Post Graduate scholars of Pathology are also trained in medico legal case handling and autopsy dissection techniques. Department also carries out interns’ training on a mandatory basis.


The department museum displays photos, charts, X-rays, wet specimen, plant poisons, venomous and non venomous snakes, clay models, skeleton, bones and weapons including firearms and cartridges and sharp and blunt weapons. Crime scene models are an added attraction. Facilities for demonstrating moot court to students are made available. Demonstration room, Practical hall and Research room are also available. The department Library has more than 170 text books and 120 numbers of national and international journals. The Autopsy Hall has two autopsy tables and facilities for conducting medico legal autopsies. Cold chamber to preserve 4 dead bodies is also available.


Dr. Joseph T John

Professor & HOD

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Dr. Thomas Zachariah

Associate Professor

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Dr. Ajin Joseph

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Neeraja B

Senior Resident

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CME Details Date of Conduct
Name : CME(State Level)
Theme/Subject : Legal Updates on Medical Practice

Name : Clinical Forensic Medicine CME 2012
Theme/Subject : Legal Scenario of Medical practice
Credit Hours : 4 Hours



  • Rajendra Prasad V.K., Joseph T John, Supriya N.K, Occurrence andAnatomical Distribution of Myocardial Bridges and Co-relation with Sudden Death and Coronary Atherosclerosis; IJRTSAT, 2013:8: 238-239
  • Thomas Zachariah, Joseph T John, Major Predisposing Factors Influencing the Suicide by Hanging: A Retrospective Study from a Tertiary Care Government Hospital in Kerala State, South India, IJCMR: 2019: 6:1: A5-A7
  • Thomas Zachariah, Association of Respiratory Tract Infection among Children Presented with or without Anaemia. A Retrospective Study, IJCMR: 2019: 6: 4: D1 – D3