The spacious, well-ventilated dissection hall has the infrastructure to accommodate 150 students. Experienced faculty help students use the modern laboratory facilities. The department provides 10 cadavers for dissection and demonstration every year, for 150 students.
Here, dissected human body parts, models of the human body and developmental details of prenatal life are exhibited. Students find these museum specimens helpful in consolidating what they learnt in the dissection hall.
The laboratory is equipped with more than a hundred microscopes and other infrastructure that help students understand the microscopic structure of human organs and the organization of tissues.