The college has three academic Departments, chaired/coordinated by qualified and experienced faculty members.
The Departments are:
Each Department has authority for academic and administrative affairs within the framework of Statute of Higher Education and Universities. Departments discuss issues related to curricula, text books , any; change in the study plan, appointment, and promotions of faculty members, evaluation of research projects and distribution of teaching assignments and training assignments for faculty members and propose to the Dean and College Council about these issues. Within the department, the departmental decisions prevail, unless the Dean object to them within 15 days. The size of the college has grown since its inception as evident from the increase in number of faculty in the previous seven years. The college had 12 faculty members including the teaching assistants in 2006, and this number increased to 31 by 2010. At present the college has 57 faculty members in various departments. The teaching assistants appointed at various clinical training sites are responsible for the students’ training, whereas the lecturers share in didactic teaching at the college apart from precepting the students. More detail about the faculty members can be found in the Faculty Handbook.