Available courses


The students will be able to· 
Define Normal flora and its distribution. They will also be able to explain  the host
pathogen interactions
Understand the principles of diagnostic microbiology and will be able to summarize on specific air borne, water borne bacterial diseases
Distinguish between causal organisms and pathogenesis of various viral diseases
Record the antimicrobial susceptibility tests and explain modes of action of different  antimicrobials

The students will be able to
Summarize the role and distribution of normal flora and describe the host pathogen interactions
Compute on causal organisms and pathogenesis of food borne, air , water and sexually transmitted diseases
Differentiate various viral borne diseases , causal organisms, modes of transmission and pathogenesis
Practically demonstrate the antibiotic sensitivity tests


 The student will be able to

  1. Describe the types of Immunity and understand the role of vaccines in protecting the  body against infections
  2. Summarize the roles of cells and organs involved in immunity
  3. Explain the structure of antibody and antigen properties
  4. Outline Hypersensitivity and autoimmunity and will be able to distinguish between primary and secondary antigen antibody reactions


 The student will be able to

  1. Classify the different types of immunity and correlate the role of vaccines in conferring immunity in an individual
  2. Review on functions of cells and organs in immune responses
  3. Illustrate the structure of antibody and antigen highlighting their  specific properties and functions
  4. Differentiate between Hypersensitivity and Autoimmunity and will also be able to practically demonstrate the principles involved in antigen antibody reactions