The curricula is vibrant with regular opportunities for students to interact with faculty and other members. These include journal club presentations and seminars. Newly enrolled students (M.D., M.Sc.) undergo a departmental rotation with all faculty members. They are then required to join a faculty under whose supervision they will work on a research problem, present their protocol and submit their dissertation. Several new modules have been introduced for the newly enrolled students. These include microteaching (innovative teaching methods, problem-based learning), an introduction to “R”-driven data analytics and soft-skill training. Additionally, the students are examined for their proficiency in general Biochemistry through regular assessments. The Ph.D. program, includes course work which is spread over two semesters. This is composed of didactic classes and includes generalized and specialized Biochemistry, biomedical waste management, ethics, and Biostatistics. Practical training via hands-on laboratory work is practiced. This is aimed at orienting and equipping the scholars with the knowledge and means to undertake full-time research work. The scholars are issued a completion certificate at the end of this.