|Physiology Laboratory||:||825 sq.ft.|
|Biochemistry Laboratory||:||594 sq.ft.|
|Museum & demonstration Room||:||738 Sq.ft.|
b.n.4,behind swaraj tractor house,pradnya nagar,old agra road ,nahik
|Month & Year||No. of Student Appeared||No. of Students Passed||% of Result|
|Month & Year of Exam||Name of the Student|
|Summer-2012||Miss. Palod Vedika Vinod|
|Winter-2012||Miss. Priyanka R. Rasane
Miss. S. D. Dakale
|Summer-2013||Miss. Dubey Kalyani|
|Winter-2013||Miss. Modak Sarah A. A.|
|Summer-2014||Mr. Mahale S. S.|
|Winter-2014||Miss. Ashwini R. Darekar|
|Summer-2015||Miss. Kale Shubhangi Sharad|
|Winter-2015||Miss. Abad Karishma Sunil|
|Summer-2016||Miss. Shinde Manali Subhash|
|Winter-2016||Mr. Patil Hrishikesh Arvind|
Departmental Library is for the ref. of books for the department which includes more than 73 books.
Dr. S. S. Thorat paper published in “Peer review” journals as follows.
The course “Medical physiology including biochemistry, at I BHMS is of one year and taught in 200 lectures and 275 practical hours as per guideline of central council of homoeopathy.
The purpose of a course in physiology is to teach the functions, processes and inter-relationship of different organs and systems of the normal human organism as a necessary introduction to their disturbance in disease and to equip the student with The physiology is taught from the standpoint of description of vital phenomenon and the chemico-physical processes underlying them tn health.
Physiology is science of body functions- how body part work. The body is actually a social order of about 100 trillions cells organize in to different functional structures, some of which are called organs. Each functional structure contributes its share to the maintenance of homeostatic ( Homeo-similar, static standing still) conditions in the extracellular fluid, which is called internal environment. As long as normal conditions are maintained in this internal environment, the body cells of the body continues to live and function properly. Each cell benefits from homeostasis, and in turn, each cell contributes it share towards the maintenance of homeostasis.
This reciprocal interplay provides continuous automatically systems loose their ability to contribute their share of function. When this happens, all cells of the body suffer. Extreme dysfunction heads to death, moderate dysfunction leads to sickness.
At the end of the course student will know-