For Teaching and Training
- Lecture hall - expandable up to 200.
- Demonstration/tutorial rooms - Capacity 85 seats
- Clinical Microbiology laboratory - Capacity 100 seats
- Experimental Microbiology laboratory - Capacity 100 seats
- Research, Clinical Microbiology & Microbiology research laboratories
- Teaching aids - LCD projector, Overhead projectors, Automatic & manual slide projectors
- software for computer aided learning, simulation experiments etc.
- VRDL establishment proposal approved by DHR - ICMR.
Instruments available in the department
Total No of Instruments and Equipment are 156.
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Microbiology Laboratory, LSSTH, Bhavnagar is NABL Accreditated
Star Achievement Award
Star achievement award of the year 2009 for top performance in ICTC to sir T Hospital bhavnagar
Award of Excellence
Award of excellence 2009 - 10 Sir T Hospital bhavnagar ICTC general for vatsayan kendra
Dr. S.S.Malek - Microcon - 2008, Ahmedabad, State level conference - oral paper presentation - won 1st prize. Dr. S.S.Malek - won 1st prize in quiz held at workshop on simple diagnostic methods in clinical microbiology at JIPMER, Pondichery.
Star Achievement Awards
- Award received from GSACS, "Star achiever for the year 2010 for the best performance in ICTC activity".
- Award received from GSACS, "Star achiever for the year 2012 for the best performance in ICTC activity".
CME on Antimicrobial resistance - "Current problem & possible solution".
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in microbiology is to provide and understanding of the natural history of infectious disease in order to deal with the etiology, pathogeneses, laboratory diagnosis , treatment and control of infections in the community and to prepare him to be a teacher of microbiology.
At the end of the course, the student shall be able to:
1. State the infective micro- organisms of the human body and describe the host parasite relationship;
2. List pathogenic micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses,parasites fungi) and describe the pathogenesis of the diseases produce by them;
3. Indicate the modes of transmission of pathogenic and opportunistic organism and their sources, including insect vectors responsible for transmission of infection;
4. Describe the mechanisms of immunity to infections;
5. Acquire knowledge on suitable antimicrobial agents for treatment of infections and scope of immunotherapy and different vaccines available for prevention of communicable disease;
6. Apply methods of disinfection and sterilization to control and prevent hospital and community acquire infections;
7. Recommend laboratory investigations regarding bacteriological examination of food water milk and air.
At the end of the course the student