Post-Graduate (PG) education plays a crucial role in creating highly skilled and knowledgeable professionals who can provide high-quality healthcare services and advance scientific research through their specialized training. PG courses are designed to equip students with in-depth knowledge, specialized skills, and practical experience in their chosen field of study. One such specialized course is the MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology program, which aims to standardize the teaching of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the PG level across the country. This, in turn, helps achieve uniformity in undergraduate teaching and produces competent obstetricians and gynecologists with appropriate expertise.
The MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology program prepares students to provide comprehensive care to women throughout their reproductive lives. The course includes theoretical and practical training in various aspects of obstetrics and gynecology, such as antenatal care, labor management, delivery techniques, neonatal care, contraception, and gynecological surgery. The program also emphasizes research and encourages students to undertake research projects to advance the field.
The purpose of this document is to provide illustrative guidelines to teachers and learners on achieving defined outcomes through learning and assessment. The document has been prepared by subject-content specialists and reviewed by the Reconciliation Board of the Academic Committee to ensure uniformity without compromising the purpose and content. The document contains "domains of learning" under the heading "competencies" to maintain the purity of the content, even if it requires some compromise in syntax.
The MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology program plays a critical role in improving women's health by providing competent healthcare professionals with specialized knowledge and skills. The standardized teaching of obstetrics and gynecology at the PG level ensures that there is uniformity in undergraduate teaching, resulting in the creation of skilled and knowledgeable obstetricians and gynecologists with the appropriate expertise. The guidelines provided in this document will help teachers and learners achieve the desired outcomes and contribute to the advancement of the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
The goal of the MS course in Obstetrics and Gynaecology is to produce a competent Obstetrician and Gynaecologist who can:
a. Provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of Antenatal, Intra-natal and Post-natal period of normal and abnormal pregnancy and labor.
b. provide effective and adequate care to a pregnant woman with complicated pregnancy.
c. provide effective and adequate care to a normal and high risk neonate.
d. perform obstetrical ultrasound in normal and abnormal pregnancy including Doppler.
e. manage effectively all obstetrical and gynecological emergencies and if necessary make appropriate referrals.
f. provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of gynaecological problems including screening, and management of all gynecological cancers including during pregnancy.
g. conduct a comprehensive evaluation of infertile couple and have a broad based knowledge of assisted reproductive techniques including – ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection, gamete donation, surrogacy and the legal and ethical implications of these procedures.
h. provide counseling and delivery of fertility regulation methods including reversible and irreversible contraception, emergency contraception etc.
i. provide quality care to women having spontaneous abortion or requesting Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) and manage their related complications.
|1||DR. MANISHA GUPTA||PROFESSOR & HEAD|
|2||DR. NEELIMA AGGARWAL||PROFESSOR|
|3||DR. ALPANA AGGARWAL||PROFESSOR|
|4||DR. GUNJAN GULATI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|5||DR. ANKITA BIAS||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|6||DR. TRISHA ARORA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|7||DR. DEVIKA MOR||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|8||DR. NAYYA SAINI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|9||DR. PARUL||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|10||DR. VISHAKHA AHUJA||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|11||DR. SADHANA PILLA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|12||DR. SHUBHANGI MISHRA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|13||DR. SHAMS JAHAN||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|14||DR. APOORVA GARG||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|15||DR. MIMANSA SINGH||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|16||DR. MANISH S||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|17||DR. CHANCHAL YADAV||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|18||DR. SOVIA ANAND||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|19||DR. MANVI SHARMA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|20||DR. SRIVASTAVA MANVI RAJIV MITA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|21||DR. AISHWARYA TRIPATHY||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|22||DR. DEEPANSHI||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|23||DR. MANNU SALONY||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|24||DR. AFTAB HUMA AFTAB ALAM NIKHAT||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|25||DR. SMITEE PRIYAM||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|26||DR. VAISHNAVI DIXIT (NRI)||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|27||DR. VAISHNAVI DIXIT (NRI)||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|28||DR. PALLAVI YADAV||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
There should be four theory papers, as given below:
Paper I: Applied Basic sciences.
Paper II: Obstetrics including social obstetrics and Diseases of New Born
Paper III: Gynaecology including fertility regulation
Paper IV: Recent Advances in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Long Case: 1 case
2 cases with different problems
Short Case/ Spot Case: 1 case
Teaching & Learning:
Teaching and learning methods for postgraduate training can include:
Practical and Clinical Training:
Career prospects for those with an M.S. Obstetrics & Gynaecology degree can include: