Over the years, the department has created its own library through donation
and small Book Grant provided by the University. The Library houses 817
books, fieldwork and dissertation reports. More than 150 books have been
procured for the Department Library during the past five years.
Iravati Karve Museum of Anthropology
The teaching and research museum has a large collection of exhibits of
tribal artifacts , rare plastic casts of hominid fossils and over 900 tribal
exhibits. These exhibits are organized in three Galleries viz., Foot Prints
Gallery, Home and Hearth Gallery and Celebration Gallery.
The laboratory is organized around the two thrust areas, i.e. Biological
Anthropology and Growth studies. The laboratories are essentially field
oriented therefore small handy and portable equipments, which can be easily
carried to the field are used for research that include Anthropometric
Instruments (Somatometry, Anthropometry). In addition Human Skeletons
(Articulated, Disjointed), and Equipment for Serology, Dermatoglyphics and
Growth and Ageing Studies are also available.