Gujarat Medical Education & Research Society Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Gujarat



Health to all sector of society
Minimal Discomfort & disability
Minimal Access Surgery as and when Required

    • GOALS
      1. Skilly surgery with minimal waiting
      2. Emergency condition handle immediately on priority basis
      3. Quality care of all kind of general surgical problem

  • Objective
        1. Routine
        2. Emergency
        3. Trauma

      • SKILLS
        1. Paediatric and Neonatal Surgery
        2. Laparoscopic Basic and advance surgeries
        3. Endoscopy – Upper GI & Lower GI (Colonoscopy)
        4. Cystoscopy

    • INTEGRATION : With other super specialty
      1. Paediatrician
      2. Medicine
      3. Orthopedic
      4. Ob. & Gynec.

Subject Curriculum


TEACHING PROGRAMME : (For duration of the entire course). Curriculum in the subjects of General Surgery, as prescribed by MCI (a copy of the detailed curriculum along with the departmental and educational objectives of the subject may be appended).The curriculum is prescribed by Gujarat university as per MCI guidelines.
II. Methodology (for duration of the entire course)number
1) Total duration of clinical postings24 weeks
2) Didactic Lecturesyes
3) Demonstrationsof surgical instruments, surgical Procedures
4) TutorialsDaily as per unit wise postings.
5) Seminars conducted during the year. (Number of students attending each)
6) Practicalsdemonstration of minor surgical Procedures like
– Ryle’s tube insertion –Venesection
– Catheterization
– ICD insertion 
– SPC insertion
– Trecheostomy 
•Demostration of surgical and patholical specimen 
•Demostration of surgical Intruments
•Demostration of Surgical Suture material and prosthesis 
•Demostration of Dressing materials and method 
•Demostration of X-ray 
1. X-ray Plain 
2. Radiological Procedure 
– Barium 
– Fistulogram 
Demostration of CT Scan & MRI
7) Duration of operation theatre postingsas per unit wise postings
8) Duration of Surgical postings and the numberas per unit wise posting in of cases observed by a student
9) Bedside Clinicsyes
10) How many hours does a student spend daily in the wards for clerkship2.5 hrs daily during clinical posting
11) Average number of students Posted at a time for indoor/OPD postingsAs per MCI Norms
12) Are they corrected?yes
13) If so, by whom?By Faculty
14) Is the clinical work done in the wards by the students assessed periodically?yes
15) If so, how often and by whom?Weekly by senior staff member
16) Total period of attendance in OPD by a a student throughout clinical trainingas per unit wise posting
17) Is it done concurrently with the inpatients Wards postings?senior staff member
18) Who gives them training to attend to casualties?senior staff member
19) How is the outpatient teaching organised?In OPD clinic teaching room
20) Do students attend clinico-pathological conferences?yes
21) If so, on an average how often during the whole period of Surgical Postings?as per unit wise posting
22) Any other teaching/training activities :yes, workshop
23) Is there any integrated teaching? If yes, details thereof :Yes, as per curriculum
24) Records : Methods of Assessment thereof?Case presentation History taking
(Time table of lectures, demonstrations, seminars, tutorials, practical, OPD and indoor postings etc. may be given)As per MCI Norms
25) Internship training programmeNA
a) Period of posting in the departmentNA
b) Method of assessment of Internship (please attach a copy of log book assessment sheet).NA


  • There is internal & external (University) examination.
  • Internal Examination are 3 in no. Out of which one is preliminary exam before the university exam.
  • It is in form of theory, practical, viva-voice, bedside case & ward leaving examination, internal exam.
  • It is in form of theory, practical, viva-voice, bedside case & ward leaving examination, internal exam. Carries weight age of 20% in main (External) exam, main exam has two theory papers & practical examination assessed by set of two external & two internal examiners.
  • There is university examination consisting of four theory papers and practical examination assessed by set of two external and two internal examiners.