General Surgery


The Department of General Surgery is one of the Institute's major departments, with the goal of providing all medical and surgical care related to surgical conditions of patients attending the department via outpatient department and emergency/accidental problems. Minimal Invasive, Breast, Endocrine, Gastrointestinal, Vascular, General Surgery, and Emergency Surgery are all part of the Surgery department. It has specialised clinics for breast cancer, anorectal cancer, and hepatobiliary disease. Aside from that, the department has been performing minimally invasive surgery for both basic and advanced laparoscopic training. The department has held regular academic events with the goal of imparting knowledge in specific areas of the surgical arsenal such as breast, minimally invasive, bariatric, and thoracic surgery. CME, conferences, and wet lab workshops are examples of these activities. The department offers general surgery services for all types of surgeries related to benign and malignant abdominal pathology, thyroid diseases, breast cancer, and soft tissue tumours. The majority of the surgery is performed using minimally invasive techniques, which include both basic and advanced surgical procedures. The department performs a large number of hernia surgeries using the laparoscopic technique and have also begun research in the same field. Postgraduate students have joined the department, and the department has begun a number of research projects and postgraduate thesis work in collaboration with other departments. This year has been marked by the Covid pandemic, but we intend to develop bariatric surgery and robotic surgery in the near future, as the institute is in the process of purchasing a robot. We also intend to develop a structured laparoscopic training programme for surgeons interested in field work in other hospitals in the institute's surrounding area.

IPD beds: 60

  • Tuesday: Hepato-biliary-Pancreatic Clinic
  • Wednesday: Breast Clinic
  • Thursday: Ano-rectal Fistula & Haemorrhoid clinic
  • Friday: Hernia Clinic
  • Saturday: Thyroid and parathyroid Clinic
  • O.T.: 5 days/week: Two OTs per day

6 days/week, divided in three units every unit has two OPD days

Clinical Services: At the moment, the department provides patients with outdoor and indoor facilities in addition to performing all types of major and minor, open and laparoscopic surgeries.

Community services: Regular health camps are being organised, as well as training for paramedics and community members by one of the department's trauma and surgery consultants. Details of such programmes are being published separately by the trauma and emergency department.

Teaching and training
  1. Undergraduate teaching
    1. MBBS: The fifth batch (the 2016 batch) will appear in the final examination this year in December.
  2. Post-graduate teaching
    1. MS (Surgery): The third academic session, which began in January 2019, has begun. So far, eight postgraduate students have been admitted.
Innovative educational activity
  • Undergraduate Teaching including lecture classes, clinical postings
  • Lecture classes for nursing students
  • Departmental teaching for the Residents
  • Surgical Training or Junior and Senior Residents

Undergraduate, postgraduate, paramedical teaching Short and long term training
The Undergraduate students learn about general examination, investigations, diagnosis, and treatment of common surgical disorders. They are educated on the prevalence of various diseases such as appendicitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, and liver diseases. They are also trained to recognise various types of cancer that develop in common organs such as the thyroid, breast, and other parts of the body. The teaching programme consists of lectures, seminars, clinical work, field work, and tutorials with the following goals:

  1. Be able to examine and write case histories of common surgical disorders in the OPD.
  2. Be able to write histories, perform clinical examinations, routine investigations, pre and post-operative follow-up, and submit detailed case histories while on the ward duty.
  3. Recognize common surgical diseases in their early stages.
  4. Be able to define and illustrate general surgical care principles.
  5. Be able to recognise surgical emergencies, provide first aid, and make appropriate referrals to specialists.
  6. Be able to perform routine day-to-day investigations such as blood pressure monitoring, urinary catheterization, Ryle's tube insertion, venous cannulation, and so on.

SL No.Name of FacultyDesignation
1.Dr. Manoj KumarProfessor & Head
2.Dr. Prashant Kumar SinghAdditional Professor
3.Dr. Surya VikramAssociate Professor
4.Dr. Ashesh Kumar JhaAssociate Professor
5.Dr. Shiv Shakar PaswanAssociate Professor
6.Dr. Manoj KumarAssistant Professor
7.Dr. Chandan Kumar JhaAssistant Professor
8.Dr. Deepak KumarAssistant Professor