The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Otorhinolaryngology is that the undergraduate student have acquired adequate knowledge and skills for optimally dealing with common disorders and emergencies and principles of rehabilitation of the impaired hearing.

Academic Activities

  1. UG: Theory lectures and clinical posting according to MCI
  2. PG:  Case presentation, Journal club, Clinical meetings,
  3. PG lecture, seminar
  4. Timetable:  UG according to college schedule
  5. Morning posting: UG according to college schedule

Awards And Achievements

  1. Under Dr Vishala Pandya one project of undergraduate student is accepted in ICMR for research.
  2. Dr Hiren Soni was invited as a guest speaker in Rajasthan state conference in 2018. He delivered talk on sialendoscopy.

About the Department


  1. Units: 1
  2. No. of Wards: 1
  3. Beds: 30
  4. OPD  hours: 9 to 1   &  3 to 5


   1. Cancer clinic

  1. Rhinology clinic – Allergy
  2. Otology clinics — Tinnitus & Deafness, Vertigo
  3. Voice clinic


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

  1. Describe the basic pathophysiology of common ENT diseases and emergencies.
  2. Adopt the rational use of commonly used drugs, keeping in mind their adverse reactions.
  3. Suggest common investigative procedures and their interpretation.


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

  1. Examine and diagnose common ENT problems including the pre-malignant and malignant disorders of the head and neck.
  2. Manage ENT problems at the first level of care and be able to refer whenever necessary.
  3. Assist/carry out minor surgical procedures like ear syringing, ear dressings, nasal packing etc.
  4. Assist in certain procedures such as tracheostomy, endoscopies and removal of foreign bodies.


The undergraduate training in ENT will provide an integrated approach towards other disciplines especially neurosciences, ophthalmology and general surgery.

Staff Details

Sr. No. Name  of  the Faculty Designation Mobile No. Email id
1 Dr. Vishala   Pandya Professor 9824040485 Vishala_Pandya@ yahoo.com
2 Dr. Hiren   Soni Asso. Prof. 9825354642 soni.hiren@ hotmail.com
3 Dr. Nimisha   Nimkar Asst.  Prof. 9898388061 nimishaurmil@gmail.com


  1. Original Article – Referred otalgia: Epidemiological profile; International journal of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery
  2. Original Article – Role of stroboscopy in diagnosis of laryngeal disorder, International journal of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery
  3. Original Article – Sialendoscopy: Our experience
  4. Original Article -Study of radiological findings in high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) temporal bone in squamous chronic otitis media (COM): A hospital based cross sectional study.

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Contact Info

Emergency Cases

1 123 456 7890


1st Avenue, New York, NY 10160, USA


+1 910-626-85266



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