CLINICAL - Surgery Department

  • Introduction
  • Curriculum
  • Facilities


Dept of surgery is actively engaged in Undergraduate and Post Graduate teaching and clinical work (OPD, IPD & Operations). The Department provides extensive outdoor and indoor services to both emergency and chronic cases providing tertiary and referral care facilities, besides attending to OPD patients. The department is undertaking extensive teaching and training of undergraduate and post graduate students through lectures, clinics, seminars, Journal clubs, Integrated seminars, case presentations, ward rounds, and learning operative skills in operation theatre. The department also undertakes minor OT procedures within the OPD complex in addition to major and minor emergency surgery in OT.


The Dept provides excellent teaching environment for UG and PG students. The department undertakes special efforts to upgrade and sustain the recent methods of teaching & operative skills.

  • Major and Minor General surgery which includes elective and emergency operations
  • Laproscopic surgeries including Lap Cholecystectomy, Lap Appendecectomy, Lap hernia repair, diagnostic laproscopy, and other laproscopic surgeries as and when required.
  • Burns,Plastic, and Reconstructive surgeries: Flaps, skin graftings, reconstructive procedure, cosmetic surgery
  • Urology: both open and endo urological surgeries like operations on prostate, Surgeries for stones, surgery for stricture urethra, TURP.
  • Neurosurgery: Elective and emergency neurosurgery for EDH, ICSOL, Hydrocephalus and surgery for congenital pediatric neurosurgical disorders.

Research and Consultancy

The department is involved in ongoing research on "Stress and management". Another research study on the "Prevalence of Obsessions and Compulsions in west U.P. Students and faculty members actively participate and present papers in conferences, seminars and Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program

The CME involves a series of debates, seminars and talks on recent medical developments and future course of psychiatry as a science. During World AIDS Day, for instance, the "Psychiatric Aspects of HIV/AIDS" was taken up and backed by a talk on counseling.

Knowledge Exchange

At SIMS, the faculty and students attend conferences and seminars on a variety of topics to stay up-to-date in the field. Inter-departmental exchange of views is promoted through post graduate seminar. In psychiatry post graduate students are keep to present seminars case presentations etc..


  • ECT
  • EEG
  • Bio-feed back
  • Relaxation therapies
  • Psychological tests
  • Indoor for drug de-addiction/Mentally disturbed patient
  • Specialty clinic along with routine OPD






Dr.Prakash chandra

Prof& HOD



Dr.Rakesh bansal




Dr.Amiya Banerjee