Society of Toxicologic Pathology - India is a registered society (Registration number:757/04-05)
Under Karnataka Society Registration Act, 1960.
Society of Toxicologic Pathology - India was established in 2004 with the following objectives:
- To enhance the knowledge of pathology in relation to toxicologic causes in human beings/ animals.
- To share thoughts and update recent developments in Toxicologic Pathology to meet international standards
- To periodically review advances in Toxicologic Pathology and ensure adopting them.
- To recognize outstanding merit and extraordinary contributions by workers in the field.
- To offer training courses in Toxicological Pathology and related fields for the benefit of in-service working groups and for those in entry levels.
- To collaborate with the International Federation of Societies of Toxicologic Pathology and other Societies of Toxicologic Pathology for mutual benefits.
- To impart practical education to students of Pathology and to those who have graduated in the faculty of Pathology.
- To make the services of the institution available to the general public either directly or through hospitals, nursing homes and such other organisations.
- To establish and run Indian Board of Toxicologic Pathology [in short ‘Board’] as a constituent unit / credentialing body, with functional autonomy for certifying the standards and efficiency of Indian Toxicologic Pathologists on the basis of Rules and Regulations governing the Board of Management.