M.Ch. (Urology) - 3 years
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1. Introduction
The Department of Urology is having the state-of-the-art facilities that put it on par with the best hospitals in the world.
The department started the M.Ch. Urology programme in the year 2013 and offers 2 seats.

2. Eligibility and admission:
1. A candidate must possess a degree in MD/MS or DNB from a University recognized by the MCI in the respective discipline.

2. Admissions will be made on the basis of valid rank obtained in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test – Super Specialty (NEET-SS) and based on the admission letters issued by the competent authorities (such as DGHS).

3. Faculty:
The Department has adequate faculty members as per the MCI norms to train the post graduates, offer patient care and carry out research.

Faculty available in the Department:

S.No
Name Designation
1
Dr. M.Deepak Professor & HOD
2
Dr. Rafiq Anwar Asso. Professor
3
Dr. M G Sekar Asso. Professor
4
Dr. Shivraj Asst. Professor

4. Letter of permission / Recognition details:
The Course was started based on the Letter of Permission (LOP) issued by the Ministry of Health and Family welfare. The LOP and the recognition of the courses can be viewed at link.

5. Syllabus:
The Syllabus and Curriculum of the course were designed based on the MCI requirements, global trends in Urology and skills the post graduates have to acquire during the training period. The syllabus is implemented after the approval of the respective board of studies and academic council and is amended and updated whenever needed.

6. Exam schedule:
The examination for DM/M.Ch shall be held at the end of third academic year. The examination will be conducted in two sessions, tentatively in August and February of the each academic year.

7. Infrastructure:
The department has the adequate OP consultation rooms, 20 bedded in-patient ward, faculty rooms, department library, and Demonstration room.

9. Equipments:
In addition to the central diagnostic and radiological facilities, the department has the following equipment for patient care and training.

1. Operating Microscope
2. Slit Lamps
3. Flourescein angiography equipment
4. Argon and Nd Laser (specify type)
5. Ultrasonography Machine A-Scan/ B.Scan
6. Biometer
7. Indirect Ophthalmoscope
8. Gonioscope
9. Applanation Tonometer
10. 90 D and 78 lenses
11. Streak Retinoscope
12. Contact Lens set
13. Synoptophore and other instruments related to Orthoptic work up and squint clinic


 
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