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  About the Department


The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in physiology aims at providing the student comprehensive knowledge of the normal functions of the organ systems of the body to facilitate an understanding of the physiological basis of health and diseases.


At the end of the course, the student will be able to:


At the end of the course the student shall be able to :


At the end of the integrated teaching the student shall acquire an integrated knowledge of organ structure and function and its regulatory mechanisms. Horizontal and vertical Integrated teaching is conducted regularly to provide detailed knowledge about various physiological systems and biological processes. Cell , hepatic system, coronary circulation, thyroid gland ,etc. topics were taught by Horizontal Integration.


Specialized services provided by the department

Specialized equipment available in the department

Sr. No. Name of equipment
1 Digital Physiograph
2 Mosso's ergograph
3 Perimeter
4 Stethogram
5 Spirometry


Library having

Departmental Research Lab

Departmental Museum

Facilities for Practicals\Research

  1. Lecture theatre
  2. Demonstration rooms
  3. Practical rooms
    1. Amphibian laboratory
    2. Mammalian laboratory
    3. Human laboratory
    4. Haematology laboratory
    5. Clinical Physiology laboratory
  4. Research lab

Animal House

Other Activities


Publication from the department during last 3 years

Sr .No. Name of Authors Citation Year of Publication
1 Dr. Pradip Barde,
Dr. Mohit Shahi,
Dr. Nayana Pawar,
Mr. Akshay Bhagat
Prevalence of Pre-Hypertension in migrant worker population , MVP Journal of Medical Science , 2017, Vol 4(1),61-63 2017
2 Dr. Surendra S Wadikar,
Dr. Parikshit A Muley,
Dr. Pranjali P Muley
A Comparative study of gender difference in reaction time in response to exam stress among first year medical students. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2017; 7(2): 209-213 2017
3 Dr.Parikshit Ashok Muley,
Dr. Surendra Shripati Wadikar,
Dr.Pranjali Parikshit Muley
Effect of exam Stress on reaction time in medical students,. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; September 2016: Vol.-5, Issue- 4, P. 733-739 2016
4 Dr. Satish Waghmare,
Dr. Sachin Pawar ,
Dr. Vinod Shende,
Dr. Shobha Pajai
Sensory neuropathy in Hypothyroidism: A case - control study. International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research Nov. 2016 , vol 3, issue 11, 3262-3265 2016
5 Dr. Vinod S. Shende,
Dr. R.D. Sharma,
Dr. Sachin M. Pawar,
Dr. Satish N.Waghmare
A study of median nerve entrapment at wrist in uremic patients. Indian Journal of Nephrology. 2015 JulAug; 25(4): 229- 233 2015
6 Dr. Satish Waghmare,
Dr. Shobha Pajai,
Dr. A. R. Chaudhari,
Dr. Sachin Pawar,
Dr. Vinod Shende
Motor neuropathy in Hypothyroidism: A case - control study . The health Agenda July 2015, Vol 3(3): 77- 81 2015
7 Dr. Jyoti Jain,
Dr. Ramji Singh,
Dr. Shashank Banait,
Dr. Nitin Verma,
Dr. Satish Waghmare
Magnitude of peripheral neuropathy in Cirrhosis of liver patients from central rural India. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology , Oct 2014, 17(4): 409-415 2014
8 Dr. Sachin Pawar,
Dr. Vinod Shende,
Dr. Satish Waghmare,
Dr.Jivtode M.T.
Anthropometric parameters as predictors of peak expiratory flow rate in central Indian children 5-15 years. Journal of Diagnostics, 2014, 1(1): 6- 12 2014
9 Dr. Vrushali S. Baste ,
Dr. Jayashree V. Gadkari
Study of stress, self esteem & depression in Medical students & effect of Music on perceived stress . Indian Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology 2014; 58(3) :298-301 2014