Andhra Medical College gets revamped anatomy dissection hall- The New Indian Express

Alumni of the Department of Anatomy of Andhra Medical College share a lighter moment during the inauguration of revamped premises in Visakhapatnam on Monday | Express

VISAKHAPATNAM: In a bid to provide better facilities to students of Andhra Medical College (AMC), the oldest in the state, the renovation works of the college that began a few weeks ago were completed.
The college name board in English and Telugu was put up on the main building and a new gate at the entrance was opened on Monday.

The huge revamped anatomy dissection hall of the Anatomy department was inaugurated by the vice-chancellor of NTR University of Health Sciences, T Ravi Raju.

The new hall features LED lights, fans, marble tables for dissection and new flooring. A new borewell in the Physiology department was sunk and the age old statue of Mercury (Roman God) on the college premises was renovated and unveiled on Monday.

College principal T Radha said, “Alumni of the college…

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