Pathology is a medical course that deals with examining of body tissue and blood samples to diagnose and treat disease and problems of patients. Pathology colleges in India offers B.Sc., Diploma, Doctorate and Masters degree in this subject. Interested candidates can also acquire MBBS degree and then opt for specialisation in pathology. Science background with Physics, Biology and Chemistry as major subjects in 10+2 or equivalent from a recognised institution, is the basic requirement for pathology course.
Pathology colleges in India are well-equipped with good infrastructure and student friendly environment for students to gain both knowledge and experience in the pathological field. Reputed hospitals, clinics and research centres come for campus selection in these pathology colleges in India. There are more than 180 pathology colleges in India consisting of government and private owned institutions. All India Institutes of Medical Sciences, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Government Medical College (Kottayam), Christian Medical College & Hospital (Vellore), Armed Forces Medical College (Pune) and King George's Medical University (Lucknow) are few government and private pathology colleges in India.