M S (Master of Surgery) : SURGERYALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
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- New delhi
1. To practice surgery safely and effectively, backed by scientific knowledge and sound skills
2. To have a keen interest in patient –care and develop caring attitude
3. Maintain high ethical standards
4. To provide a comprehensive and structured training programme in general surgery and to enable
trainees to achieve the training and experience necessary for independent practice.
The duration of training will be 3 years to be followed by the “exit” or specialty examination in General
1. Surgical Posting: Each postgraduate (PG) is posted in one of the four surgical units soon after
joining the course
2. Rotations in Specialty Departments is for a period of one year. This is done after the PG has spent
six months in learning basic ward work and surgical skills in the surgical unit. This rotation includes
a three month posting in Casualty
3. ICU Posting is for a period of one month.
TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Most of the teaching is conducted within the unit by the consultants and senior residents of the respective
unit. Various learning activities are Journal Club presentations, case presentations, ward rounds and
teaching rounds. Seminars are held every week which are attended by the whole department. Each
postgraduate presents about two to three seminars every year. Interdepartmental meetings are held
weekly with the radiology and pathology department. Interesting cases are discussed in these meetings.
Clinico-pathological conference (CPC) is held every month and Clinical combined rounds and Clinical
Grand rounds (CGR) are held weekly. All postgraduates should attend these. They are also encouraged
to attend CME’s, conferences.