Academic

Post Graduate training program:

Daily bedside discussion of ward cases with detailed plan of management for individual cases is done.

We discuss new articles from the high indexed reputed journals in our weekly Journal club on every Tuesdays along with the discussion on the latest advances in the field with our surgical residence.

Every Wednesday we conduct postgraduate lectures where every resident will present on a particular topic in detail.

Every Friday case presentations are conducted in POSTGRADUATE CLINICS. Here the individual surgical resident to the faculties does a detailed clinical case presentation. Followed by extensive discussion on work up and management of the same including latest advances is done.

All these activities will be assessed by the faculties on an individual assessment sheet.

Research work with active participation in writing case reports, conducting observational and experimental studies. Numerous publications are made each year from the department in national and international journals of repute.

Junior residents are evaluated every year with written and practical examinations (OSCE) to ensure constant progress and improvement in skill acquisition. A detailed logbook is maintained by each trainee carrying the list of surgeries performed/assisted and miscellaneous procedures performed. The book is periodically inspected and signed by the faculty of the department with insights on areas for improvement.

Junior Residents participate in various national and international conferences winning a number of accolades and prizes for their presentations every year.

Undergraduate training program:

Lecture sessions on the various topics of surgical syllabus by faculty of the department.

MBBS students visit the surgery wards, OPD and casualty from the second year of training for observer-ship. They are initially taught about the basics of history taking, clinical examination and the theory behind commonly seen surgical cases followed by demonstration of a few surgical procedures.

Daily bedside clinics with detailed discussion for MBBS final year students with periodic internal assessment (theory and practical) are conducted.

Weekly lectures, symposium and operative surgery are meticulously planned and executed.

Post MBBS interns are posted in the 6 surgery units for duration of 2 months with active involvement in day-to-day activities of the unit along with exposure to major and minor surgical procedures.

We are running the PhD program successfully for the past 6 years, which includes 2 full time candidates and one part time candidate under the supervision of Professor (senior scale)  Vikram Kate.

B.Sc course in operation theatre and anaesthesia technology was started by Prof. Dr Kadambari in the year 2013 and was running successfully under her guidance and Dr. Anandhi as Course co-ordinator between 2013-2021 in the department. Total of 24 candidates were trained. A majority of the candidates have been placed in various hospitals and some are pursuing higher courses in institutes of repute.