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The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Surgery is to produce graduates capable of delivering efficient first contact surgical care.


The goals of postgraduate training course in Surgery would be to train a MBBS doctor who will Practice surgery efficiently and effectively backed by scientific knowledge and skill. No syllabus can be comprehensive but the following topics are not intended to be prescriptive but it is a guide to the topics which need to be covered during training.

At the end of the training and evaluation,



The departmental objectives, syllabus and skills to be developed in the department of surgery during undergraduate medical education are presented herewith. These are prepared taking into consideration of various aspects and institutional goals given below :

  1. A medical student after graduation may have different avenues of his/her professional career and may work either as a first contact physician in a private, semi-private or public sector or may take up further specialization in surgery or other specialties.
  2. He may have to work in different settings such as rural, semi-urban or urban which may have deficient or compromised facilities.
  3. These are based on the various health services research data in our community.
  4. These are also based on following institutional goals in general;

At the end of the teaching/ training the undergraduate will be able to:

  1. Diagnose and manage common health problems of the individual and the community appropriate to his/her position as a member of the health team at primary, secondary and tertiary levels.
  2. Be competent to practice curative, preventive, promotive and rehabilitative medicine and understand the concepts of primary health care.
  3. Understand the importance and implementation of the National Health Programmes in the context of national priorities.
  4. Understand the socio-psychological, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting health and develop humane attitude required for professional responsibilities.
  5. Develop the ability for continued self-learning with a scientific attitude of mind and acquire further expertise in any chosen area of medicine.
The following objectives are laid out to achieve the goals of the course. These objectives are to be achieved by the time the candidate completes the course. The objectives are considered under the subheadings
  • Knowledge (Cognitive domain)
    Knowledge and information about the subject, Recallof and Analysis of available information to be used for the treatment of patients.
  • Skills (Psycho motor domain)
    The correct skills to be developed by working in a drylab as well as surgeries on animals (Minimal access Surgery). He/She should develop surgical skills by assisting seniors as well as being assisted by seniors
  • Human values Ethics involved in Surgical practice

At the end of the training, the candidate must be able to:




At the end of the course, the student should be able to

In addition to the skills referred above in items (1) to (10), we have observed/assisted/performed the following:

Human values,and Ethical practice
Human values, Ethical practice and Communication abilities



The undergraduate teaching in surgery has been integrated at various stages with different pre and para and other clinical departments.


Specialized services provided by the department

Specialized Intensive care services provided by the Dept.

In co-management with other department :

Specialized equipment available in the department

Sr. No. Name of the Equipment
1 Cystoscope
2 Resectoscope
3 Ureteroscope
4 Gastrovideoscope
5 Colonovideoscope
6 Operative Laproscope
7 PaediatricCystoscope
8 Paediatric Bronchoscope
9 Duodenoscope
10 PCNL Set
11 C-Arm
12 C-Arm Compatable table
13 Endotrainer
14 Upper GI Endoscopy
15 Lower GI Endoscopy
16 Laproscopic equipment

Specialty clinics being run by the department

Sr. No. Name of the Clinic
1 Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery
2 Urology
3 Plastic Surgery
4 Surgical Gastroeneterology
5 Neuro-Surgery
6 Paediatric Surgery
7 Surgical Oncology
8 Any other Diabetic Foot

Services provided by the department


Books Available
Journals Available
Indian Available
Foreign Available

Departmental Research Lab

Departmental Museum


Publications from the department during last 3 years

Sr .No. Name of Authors Citation Year of Publication
1 Dr. J. Krithika
Dr. KailashMogal
Clinical profile and Esophagogastro-duodenoscopy finding in patients with Acid peptic disease at a tertiary health care centre. MVP journal of medical Sciences Vol.4(1), Page No.1-7, Jan.-June-2017 2017
2 Dr. Bhamre S. D.
Dr. ChandakSushma
A Clinical Profile of typhoid Perforation of Bowel in a tertiary care centre. MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.3(2), Page No.83-91, July-Dec.-2016 2016
3 Dr. HemantBorse
Dr. SwapnilDhake
A Comparative Study of Open (Milligan-Morgan) Versus Closed (Ferguson) Hemorrhoidectomy. MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.3(1), Page No.7-10, January 2016 2016
4 Dr. Bhamre S. D.
Dr. NitinPingale
A Clinical Study Of Incisional HerniaMVP journal of medical SciencesVol.3(1), Page No.1-6, January 2016 2016
5 Dr. Borse H. G.
Dr. Rahul Shelke
Study of Various organisms associated with surgical site infection and their sensitivity pattern.MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.2(2), P. No.118-123, July-Dec 2015 2015
6 Dr. SandeshPawar,
Dr. Bhamre S. D.,
Dr. Malpathak V.D.
Dr. YaminiSorate
A Prospective study to observe the results and complications of lateral internal sphincterotomy in Anal Fissure. MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.2(2), Page No.81-84, July-Dec 2015 2015
7 Dr. Bhamre S. D.,
Dr. Mogal K.K.
Dr. Sadiwala C. A.
A clinical profile of diabetic foot patients at Tertiary Health Care Institute Nashik.MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.2(1), Page No.49-52, Jan.-June 2015 2015
8 Dr. PariPulate
Dr. TusharNarkhede
Dr. ChandakSushma
Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy-A Cross Sectional Study.MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.2(1), Page No.53-56, Jan.-June 2015 2015
9 Dr. AnirudhaPatil
Dr. Bhamre S. D.
Evaluation of the Mannheim’s peritonitis index in predicting mortality in patients with Perforative peritonitis. MVP journal of medical SciencesVol.1(2), Page No.1-3, July-2014 2014