DR. S.V. SINGH, OMBUDSPERSON - E-mail ID: ombudsperson@santosh.ac.in



MBBS, Armed Forces Medical College, University of Pune, Nov 1985
Master of Surgery (Otolaryngology), INHS Asvini Hospital, University of Mumbai, Jan 1994  
Diplomate of  National Board (Otolaryngology), National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, Nov 1994



MCI Registration:

Maharashtra Medical Council Reg. No. 57416 [MBBS, M.S. (ENT)]


Working Experience:

More than 29 years.




Wide experience in the management of diverse ENT cases and centre upgradation.


1. Otology- Neurotology:

  • Regularly perform major middle ear and inner ear surgery.
  • I have been part of a well-Established Cochlear Implant Program at Asvini Hospital, Mumbai.


2. Endoscopic Sinus Surgery:

  • Keenly carry out diversified basic and advanced endoscopic sinus and nasal procedures
  • Played a pivotal role in establishing Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery set up at various Centers.   


3. Laryngology:

  • Perform  phono-microsurgery,Coblation and OSA procedures and head and neck surgeries.




  • Total teaching experience of 24 years.
  • Professor (ENT) with  wef Oct 2005.




  • Consultant at Army Hospital (Referral and Research), New Delhi:

A leading medical institute and teaching hospital, affiliated to Delhi University and National Board of Examinations. Apr 1995 to Sept 1999.


  • Consultant at INHS Asvini HospitalMumbai:

A premier tertiary care and PG teaching hospital, affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and NBE. Oct 1999 to Oct 2012.


  • Consultant and HOD at INHS Kalyani HospitalVisakhapatnam:

An NMC recognized teaching hospital and a tertiary care hospital, catering to a large population in the region and neighbouring states. (2015-2022).


  • Prof. (ENT) and HOD at Santosh Medical College and Hospital, Ghaziabad:

As a seasoned expert  with a wealth of experience, he leads a compassionate team, committed to delivering top-notch ENt healthcare services, ensuring the best patient outcomes.(July 2022 - To date)





1. Clinical Fellowship:

        Under Dr.(Prof.Emeritus) Milind V. Kirtane at HInduja hospital and KEM hospital Mumbai:


                 a) Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (Mar-Jul 2006) 

                 b) Neurotology (Jun-Dec 2009)


2. Mini-Fellowship: 

 In Complex middle ear surgery, Cochlear Implantation and Implantable hearing aids at the HNO Klinik, University of Wurzburg, Germany, Aug- Sep 2010.


3. Mini-Fellowship:

In Laryngo-tracheal surgery at CHUV University Hospital, Lausanne, Switzerland, Sep-Oct 2010.


4. Visiting Fellowship: 

In the field of Otology -Neurotology, Advanced laryngology and Rhinology at   Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, USA, May- June 2012.





"Conducted the following projects as principal worker at INHS Asvini hospital, Mumbai under the aegis of Armed Forces Medical Research Committee (AFMRC), a National Research body."


  • Project No. 3377/2005. “Comparative Study of Oto-Acoustic Emissions (OAEs) and Audiometry in the early diagnosis of Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Ototoxicity.”


  • Project No. 3381/2005. “Screening and Management of Sino- Nasal Dysfunction among Naval Divers and   Aviators.”





    Total number in indexed journals = 35

     Select list as follows: 

  • Malhotra T. et al. Ossicular Chain Reconstruction of Austin-Kartush Type A and B Defects using Titanium Prosthesis- Audiological and Anatomical Outcomes.  Journal of Marine Medical Society 24(2):p 142-148, Jul–Dec 2022


  • Malhotra T. et al. Tympanoplasty in high-risk perforation and atelectatic ear using perichondrium-cartilage island graft and temporalis fascia : A comparative analysis.  Journal of Marine Medical Society 24(1):p 24-29, Jan–Jun 2022


  • Malhotra T. et al. Isolated Sphenoid Sinus Fungal Ball –A Case Series. Journal of Survey in Marine Sciences, Volume 10- issue 1(2023 )Indexed in SCOPUS.


  • Kamal D, Thakur V, Malhotra T. Adverse events following ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 Vaccine (COVISHIELD) amongst health care workers: A prospective observational study. Medical Journal Armed Forces India; 77 (2021): S283-S288.


  • Kamal D, Thakur V, Malhotra T. Acute Ischemic Stroke as Presenting Symptom in COVID-19 Patients- Case Series. Ann Community Health 2021; 9 (2): 311-314.


  •  Kaul A, Malhotra T. Role of Otoacoustic Emissions in the Early Detection and Prevention of Ototoxicity. J Mar Med Soc 2018;20:13-7.


  • Malhotra T, Kaul A.  A Study of Alteration of Nasal Bacterial Flora during Diving. J Mar Med Soc 2017;19:108-13.


  • Pal D, Malhotra T. Sinonasal Mucosal Melanoma. J Mar Med Soc 2009,Vol. II. No.I : 49-51.




1. Awarded Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Commendation for professional dedication. 

2.Felicitated as Faculty for Cadaveric Dissection training at National ESS(2006 - 2012) and CI Workshops(2009 - 2012)  
3.Recognition for Extension and Outreach activities in the community
4. Felicitation awards as chairperson & moderator at National  RHINOCON, ISOCON, AFCON-HNS Conferences and ENT Updates
5.Research projects awarded under aegis of AFMRC, a National Research Body.




1. Participated in several medical camps as an Otolaryngologist, serving the needy population in various parts of country, under the aegis of Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy).


  • Remote Villages in Haryana – Nov 2002 & 2001
  •  Kalsi, Dehradun  (Uttrakhand) – Nov 2004
  •  Municipal Schools, Delhi and Noida - Nov 2006 & 2005
  • Hoshangabad (M.P.) – Dec 2010
  •  Shivpuri (M.P.) - Nov 2011


2. Participated in various Health Camps held at Old Age Homes and Orphanages in Mumbai and Goa, as part of Outreach programs of the Indian Navy.


3. Played a key role in the team that participated in the “ENT Surgical Camp”   Organized by - Jai Jinendra Seva Sangh, Held at  Somesar, Pali Dist (Rajasthan) - 2004.



  • Life Member, Association of Otolaryngologists of India. (No. LM/1847).
  • Life Member, Indian Society of Otology. (No. ISO/LM/1821).
  • Life Member, Marine Medical Society of India.
  • Life Member, Bombay Medical Congress (LM/175)