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First year MBBS regular classes will commence on 11.09.2018

First year MBBS regular classes will commence on 11.09.2018 (Tuesday). Students should report with their parents in the College Auditorium at 9 am on 11.09.2018.


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മെഡിക്കൽ ആൻഡ് അനുബന്ധ കോഴ്‌സുകളിൽ പ്രവേശനം നേടുന്നതിനുള്ള സമയം ദീർഘിപ്പിച്ചു.

സംസ്ഥാനത്തെ മഴക്കെടുതി മൂലമുണ്ടായിരിക്കുന്ന പ്രത്യേക സാഹചര്യം പരിഗണിച്ച് മെഡിക്കൽ ആൻഡ് അനുബന്ധ കോഴ്‌സിലേക്കുള്ള രണ്ടാം ഘട്ട അലോട്ട്മെൻറ്റിനെ തുടർന്ന് കോളേജുകളിൽ പ്രവേശനം നേടുന്നതിനുള്ള  സമയം  ദീർഘിപ്പിച്ചു .


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ഒന്നാം വർഷ എംബിബിസ് പരീക്ഷയും 10/08/2018-ലെ മാറ്റിവെച്ച പരീക്ഷയും 13/08/2018 -ൽ നടക്കുന്നതിനാൽ സിഇഇ കേരളയുടെ രണ്ടാം ഘട്ട അലോട്ട്മെൻറ് പ്രകാരം എംബിബിസ് -ന് പ്രവേശനം ലഭിച്ച വിദ്യാർത്ഥികളിലിൽ നിന്നും ആദ്യം എത്തിച്ചേരുന്ന 35 പേർക്ക് മാത്രമേ 13/08/2018-ൽ അഡ്‌മിഷൻ നൽകുവാൻ കഴിയുകയുള്ളു എന്നുള്ള വിവരം അറിയിക്കുന്നു.
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Classes for 1st year MBBS

As per the Order of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, the classes for First Year MBBS will commence on 1st August 2018 in Govt. TD Medical College Alappuzha.


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Department of?Pharmacology

Dept. Head


Dr.Kala Kesavan P



Government TD Medical College









Faculty & Staff of Pharmacology Department

Dr.Kala Kesavan P

Professor and Head


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Dr.Dhanya J

Associate Professor


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Dr.Sai Nathan R

Assistant Professor


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Assistant Professor


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Assistant Professor


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Dr.Jitha S

Assistant Professor


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Dr.Subash Subin

Senior Resident


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Dr.Bhavana S



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Facilities provided by the department

1. Courses run by the department

Name of Course

Annual intake

MD Pharmacology

2 (recognized by MCI)





B Sc Nursing


Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology


Bachelor of Cardiovascular Technology


2. Academic activities

Post graduate teaching-Seminars, Group Discussions, Journal Clubs, Case discussions, Clinical postings, Clinical Pharmacology Exercises, Practicals

Undergraduate teaching-Lectures, Symposia and Seminars, Clinical pharmacology, Experimental Pharmacology charts, Case based and Problem based learning, Projects

3. Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Centre

Working as ADR Monitoring Centre under Pharmacovigilance programme of India since May 2014.ADRs are reported on monthly bases to the International ADR Monitoring Centre at Uppsala, Sweden. ADR reporting forms can be downloaded at

Contact Number-9497568338

4. Laboratory and Other facilities

1. Clinical Pharmacology Lab

2. Postgraduate research Lab

3. Experimental Pharmacology Lab

4. Chemical Pharmacology Lab

5. Department Library with reference texts and journals

5. Recent CME programmes organized by the Department

1. VIGICARE 2016-CME on Pharmacovigilance on 22 March 2016

2. CME on Bioethics on 25th February 2014

3. Workshop Cum Seminar On Alternatives To Animal Experiments-25th September 2012

6. Recent Publications

1. Shweta Sharma, Dhanya J, Palappallil DS, Kala KP. Knowledge, attitude and practices of antibiotic usage and resistance among the second year MBBS Students. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016;5:899-903.

2. Palappallil DS, Gangadhar R. Effectiveness of Revised Pharmacology Record Books as a Teaching-Learning Method for Second Year Medical Students. J Clin Diagn Res 2016;10(1): FC05-FC08

3. Liya Roslin, Palappallil DS. Impact of a Simple Educational Intervention on the Knowledge and Awareness of Pharmacovigilance among Medical Undergraduate Students. Int J Med Pharm 2015;6(3):5-9.

4. Sai Nathan R ,Reneega Gangadhar. Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalised Children in a referral centre in Kerala. International Journal of Pharmacology Research 2015;5(4):185-9.

5. Palappallil DS. Attitude of Interns and Students on Teaching and Learning Methodologies in Pharmacology. [Internet]. International Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2015;5(1):1-7.

6. Palappallil DS. Self-reported training assessment of medical interns and fresh graduates of a tertiary care centre. Int J Sci Rep 2015; 1(2): 127-33.

7. Palappallil DS. Pattern of Use of Antibiotics Following Snake Bite in a Tertiary Care Hospital. J Clin Diagn Res 2015;9(8): OC05-OC09.

8. Jitha S, Pradeep S, Iype T, Gopalakrishnan P. Effectiveness and Safety of Lacosamide as Add-On Therapy in Localisation Related Epilepsy. Int J Med Pharm 2014;5:1-8.

9. Pradeep S, Jitha S. Study On The Adverse Drug Reactions in Patients at a Tertiary Care Centre. Int J Med Pharm 2015;5:1-7.

10. P Gopalakrishnan P, Iqbal VM, Nair MKC, Sarma PS, Varghese SS, Jitha S. Prevalence and Causative Factors of Dental Fluorosis in Kerala. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014;3(31):8585-91.

7. Ongoing and concluded research activities


1. Effectiveness of Formative Assessment in Motivating and Improving the Outcome of Summative Assessment in Pharmacology for Medical Undergraduates-Dr.Kala Kesavan P, Dr.Dhanya J, Dr.Sai Nathan R, Dr.Jitha S, Dr.S.P.Dhanya

2. Comparison of the Effectiveness between Problem Based Learning and Lecture Class in Pharmacology for Medical Undergraduates.- Dr.Jitha S

3. Attitude of Prescribing Doctors towards Electronic Prescribing in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital-Dr.S.P.Dhanya

4. Drug Interactions as a cause of Adverse Drug Reactions in a Tertiary Care Hospital- Dr.Jitha S, Dr.S.P.Dhanya, Dr.Kala Kesavan P

5. Pharmacovigilance: How Aware Are The Prescribers?-Dr.Sai Nathan R

6. Toxicity and tolerability of Paclitaxel and Carboplatin in patients with carcinoma ovary at a tertiary care hospital-Dr.Dharam Prasath D. Dr.Pradeep S.

7. Comparison of Amlodipine and Cilnidipine as an add on drug to baseline medications in hypertensive individuals with chronic kidney disease in a tertiary care centre-Dr.Jesmi James, Dr.Dhanya J

8. Antibiotic susceptibility, resistance pattern and adherence to protocol in new borns with septiciemia in neonatal intensive care unit in a tertiary care centre-Dr.Harsha S,Dr.Kala Kesavan P


1. Clinical profile of extrapyramidal syndromes in patients receiving antipsychotics in a tertiary care hospital-Dr.Anupama M

2. Pharmacovigilance of Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reactions among patients attending Dermatology Department at a tertiary care hospital-Dr.Shweta Sharma

3. Clinical profile of deliberate self poisoning cases in the Department of Medicine of a Government Tertiary Care Hospital in Alappuzha-A retrospective study

4. Effectiveness of Modified Symposiums as a Teaching-Learning Method in Pharmacology for Medical Undergraduates-Dr .S.P.Dhanya, Dr.Jitha S, Dr.Sai Nathan R

8. Other posts held by persons of the department in the Institution

Dr.Kala Kesavan P-Member Secretary, Institutional Human Ethics Committee

Chairperson-Institutional Animal Ethics Committee

Chairperson, Pharmacovigilance Committee

Coordinator, ADR Monitoring Centre

Dr,Dhanya J-Member, Causality Assessment Committee

Dr.Sai Nathan R-Member Secretary,Institutional Animal Ethics Committee

Dr.Ahmed A.K-Warden, PG Hostel

Dr.Jitha S-Deputy Coordinator,ADR Monitoring Centre

Assistant Warden,LH1

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