The department of Neurosurgery currently treats patients with brain tumors, cerebrovascular disease (stroke, haemorrhage due to aneurysm, arteriovenous malformations, dural A-V fistulas, spinal injuries, spinal degenerative and congenital anomalies), and paediatric patients with brain tumours, spinal and brain anomalies associated with cerebrovascular disease using microscopic, endoscopic, and endovascular techniques.

IPD beds : 30
OPD : 5 days/week
O.T. : Single Operation theatre
Neurosurgery ICU

The department has established cutting-edge infrastructure to provide patients with neurosurgical subspecialties such as neurooncology, neuroendoscopy, and neurovascular surgery using a hybrid technique (microsurgical7endovascular techniques). Spinal minimally invasive surgery, paediatric surgery, and so on.


General OPD: 5 days per week

Teaching & Training

Regular teaching and training is done for junior and senior residents of the department. The department has prepared a schedule of activities, such as, Seminar moderated by Dr. V C Jha on every Monday, JC presentation is moderated by Dr. S K Singh on every Tuesday. Wednesday is the day for panel discussions on Basic Neuroscience and Case presentation’ are done on Thursday’s. Case presentation, discussions on Advances in Neurosurgery, DRC and Clinical Indicators are presented by Dr. V C Jha on Friday’s. Neuro-radiology meet/ Neuropathology meeting and Special Clinics on Cerebrovascular & stroke, /Spine clinic are done on alternate days.

SL No.Name of FacultyDesignation
1.Dr. Vikash Chandra JhaAssociate Professor & Head
2.Dr. Saraj Kumar SinghAssistant Professor

5 days /week

  • Traumatic Brain injury
  • Microsurgery
  • Hydrocephalus
  • Neuroendovascular intervention for Aneurysms and AVM
  • Brain Tumor
  • Spinal cord injury, Spinal cord tumor, Congenital diseases of spine and Degenerative diseases of spine

Research Projects: (undergoing of MCH residents)

  1. Computed tomography angiography vs digital subtraction Angiogra[phy in patients of sub Arachoid haemorrhage with Aneurysm
  2. Clinical Evaluation and patient outcome of diffused tensor image based neuronavigation guided glioma resection in the eloquent area of brain
  3. Clinoco radiological study of pituitary tumors and analysis of post operativesoutcomes after pituitary tumor surgery


  1. Vikas Chandra Jha, Neeraj Jha. Post-traumatic cerebral infarction (PTCI), an institutional experience. Ann Clin Anal Med 2021;12(2):144-149.
  2. Singh, S. K., Abhijit, V., & Jha, V. C. (2021). Modification of neurosurgical practice during corona pandemic: Our experience at AIIMS patna and long term guidelines. Interdisciplinary neurosurgery : Advanced techniques and case management, 23, 100895.
  3. Jha, Vikas & Jha, Neeraj. (2020). Post traumatic hydrocephalus in indian subpopulation,an institutional experience.. Turkish Neurosurgery. 10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.30032-20.2.
  4. Jha, Vikas & Sinha, Vivek & Abhijit, Vishal & Jha, Neeraj & Singh, Saraj. (2020). Comparative analysis of the risk factors influencing recovery of function from oculomotor nerve palsy in unruptured and ruptured posterior communicating artery aneurysms. Turkish Neurosurgery. 10.5137/1019-5149.JTN.32677-20.1.
  5. Jha VC, Shrivastava A,Jha N, Rewatkar S, Singh SK. Analysis of giant intraventricular and extraventricular epidermoids, defining risk factors for recurrence, an institutional experience. Asian J Neurosurg 2021; DOI: 10.4103/ajns.AJNS_488_20.
  6. KUMAR, Tarun; NIGAM, Jitendra Singh; JAMAL, Iffat and JHA, Vikas Chandra. Primary pituitary tuberculosis. Autops. Case Rep. [online]. 2021, vol.11, e2020228. Epub Dec 14, 2020. ISSN 2236-1960.
  7. V. C. Jha1 V. Abhiji1 N. Jha1 S. Rewatkar1 V. Sinha1 M. S. Alam1.Giant Calcified Cavernous Hemangioma Managedwith Modified Double Concentric Craniotomy.J Neurosci Rural Pract 2021;00:1–4.DOI 0976-3147
  8. Singh SK, Kumar N. Extraaxial Cerebellopontine Angle Medulloblastoma with Multiple Intracranial Metastases in Adult: A Rare Case Report with a Review of Literature. Asian J Neurosurg. 2020 Aug 28;15(3):695-698. doi: 10.4103/ajns.AJNS_120_20. PMID: 33145231; PMCID: PMC7591221.
  9. Singh SK, Kumar A, Nigam J. Sacral Giant Cell Tumor-Induced Cauda Equina Syndrome: Case Report with Successful Management. J Neurosci Rural Pract. 2021 Apr;12(2):398-401. doi: 10.1055/s-0040-1718856. Epub 2020 Nov 4. PMID: 33927530; PMCID: PMC8064861.

Name and DetailsDateVenueFinancial support from Institute (Yes/No)Approx. budget
International or National or State Conference-
  1. Basics of minimally invasive spine surgery
  2. Advances in minimally invasive spine surgery




Training program