Information about the Leadership at Manipal - TATA Medical College, Jamshedpur.

Dr. G Pradeep Kumar

Dr. G. Pradeep Kumar

Dean & Professor of Forensic Medicine,

Manipal Tata Medical College

Dr. Pradeep has taken charge as Dean of Manipal Tata Medical College, Jamshedpur.

He joined the prestigious flagship institute, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal in the year 1985 as a lecturer and became the head of the department in March 2001 and Associate Dean of Kasturba Medical College, Manipal in January 2004, and served as the Dean during the Years 2013 - 2015.

He was the deputy Controller of Examinations, at Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal (A Deemed University), from March 1995 to January 1996.

He served as the Vice Chancellor of Sri Devaraj Urs Academy of Higher Education, Kolar for a period of four years from 2019 – 2023.

He graduated from Kakatiya University, Warangal, in the year 1980, Post-graduation (MD & D FM) from Osmania University, in the year 1985. He also acquired a Diploma in Criminology & Criminal law from Annamalai University in the year 1993.

He has various publications in national and international journals. He was invited as a resource person for various workshops and presented scientific papers at National, Regional, and international conferences.

He is associated with the Department of Medical Education since 1986 in conducting various workshops on teaching-learning, student evaluation, Postgraduate orientation, and learning skills. 

He was deputed to MCOMS, Pokhara, Nepal in March 1998 as Prof & head, for curriculum planning in the subject of Forensic medicine affiliated with the University of Katmandu. During his tenure in Nepal, he Conducted series of lectures on Medico legal significance to the Government Medical Officers at Western Range Hospital, Pokhara, Nepal, and Conducted series of lectures for the Police Officers of Western Range, at Pokhara, Nepal.

He was deputed to The Commonwealth of the Bahamas from Jan 1999 to December 2000, where he was working as the Consultant Forensic Pathologist for the Bahamas.

During his tenure in the Bahamas:

a)      He gave guest lectures at the Royal College of Bahamas on the applications of medical knowledge to law graduates.

b) To the police officers at the Royal Bahamas Police College of the

     Commonwealth of Bahamas                   

 He strongly believes that all teachers have a social responsibility of nurturing and training students who do no harm to the society – “primun non nocere”.