Under Graduate Courses

The Campus: Apart from a good Dental College,this lush green campus encompasses a well equipped Medical college,General Hospital to cater the needs of the dental students,two nursing institutions,physiotherapy and a paramedical institution. The campus also has an excellent library with good number of national and international books and journals with back volumes. Good facilities are there for sports and games. Staff quarters are situated inside the campus, which helps in students approaching staff in the off hours of the college too in case of need. Good hostel facilities are there for both boys and girls with mess facility. There is also a central cafeteria with small cafeteria in different parts of the campus.

To recognize the scientific principles needed for the provision of high standard of oral health care. Integrate the essential knowledge of basic, biomedical, technical and clinical sciences by theoretical preparation for the effective practice of dentistry. Understand physiological and/or pathological structures, functions or behavior in accordance with the patient’s age, health and circumstances, Apply this knowledge to common clinical situations.
Have command of technical activities in a preclinical laboratory relating to restorative dentistry, prosthetic dentistry and endodontics.
To practice evidence based dentistry in the provision of Performance high standard oral health care Collect accurate and detailed dental, medical and social information. Identify the necessary parameters for an intra-oral or extra-oral medical examination.
Conduct a basic X-ray examination and interpret a set of clinical, radiographic and possibly laboratory results in order to make a diagnosis
Make a common differential diagnosis and decide the final diagnosis from a number of alternatives.
Be acquainted with the theoretical concepts
Identify expectations of the patient in terms of needs and demands by active listening in a consultation context at a basic level Communicate with the patient, to an appropriate and adapted degree of complexity, to explain treatment options
Be aware of his/her own skills and the limits of his/her expertise
To acquire lifelong learning qualities, such as critical thinking, creativity, reading etc. Describe the (relative) position of the clinical practice in relation to improving the health of the population and analyze the current challenges for health and the healthcare systems
To recognize and follow the rules & regulations that govern the dental profession Be acquainted with the essential concepts concerning hygiene in a dental surgery and be able to prepare equipment effectively before a technical activity.
To increase graduates interest in dental research The student should be able to undertake small projects of interest that translates into community effective initiatives

Under Graduate Course


Duration 4+1 years Course
Annual Intake 100
Eligibility Passed in Intermediate - Bi.P.C Qualified in Common Entrance Test as per DCI norms