The Department of Microbiology was established on 28th November, 1998 .The first Lecturer & Head of Department was Dr. Thida from 29.11.98 to 26.3.2003. Dr. Tin Tin Myint, the second Lecturer and Head from 7.4.2003 to 31.7.2006. After that Dr. Aye Aye Hlaing serves as lecturer and head of the Department from 2.8.2007 to 31.8 2010. Now Dr. Thu Zar Myint is the head of the head of the department & she has been at the post since 17.1.2011.
At the end of the course the student should be able to:
1. explain the characteristics of microorganisms causing infections commonly encountered in Myanmar
2. describe the mode of transmission, prevention and control of these infections
3. explain the host’s reactions towards specific stimuli
4. perform proper specimen collection for laboratory investigations
5. apply the preventive and control measures of infectious diseases common in Myanmar
6. realize the role of Microbiology in preventive, diagnostic and curative medicine
7. recognize the value of personal and environmental hygiene in hospital and community medicine
1. Second Year B.N.Sc (Generic) Course
General Microbiology, Systemic Bacteriology, Immunology, Virology, Parasitology, Mycology, Public Health Microbiology and Applied Microbiology.
Method of Teaching
|Practical & Class Tests||20 hours|
|Total hours||80 hours|
At the end of the courses, the learner should be able to understand General Microbiology, Systemic Bacteriology, Immunology, Virology, Parasitology, Mycology, Public Health Microbiology and Applied Microbiology.
Public Health Microbiology and
Second Year B.N.Sc ( Generic)Course
Combined paper (Microbiology50% and Pathology 50%)
Formative assessment 30%
Class Tests 30%
Theory (1:30- hour Paper )
Distinction mark 75%