Biochemistry for FMGE
Biochemistry has almost a weightage of 17% in FMGE which makes it one of the most important subjects for the exam. Considering its high weightage, biochemistry requires a systematic and dedicated preparation strategy. The branch deals with the application of chemistry to the study of biological processes at the cellular and molecular levels.
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Meet our Biochemistry Faculty
Dr. C Shanmugapriya MBBS, MD (Biochemistry) is a well-known Biochemistry faculty. After completing her MD from Madras Medical College, she has been imparting quality training to the students aiming for Medical PG exams. She is incredibly energetic and enthusiastic for Biochemistry and is also the co-author of “ A guide for preparation of ALL INDIA NEET EXAM” Volume-I, 2016-17. She is currently working as a Professor and HOD Biochemistry at Government Thoothukudi Medical College and Hospital, Thoothukudi.
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