Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Department faculty information

Dept. data last updated on :23/03/2023

Since its inception, the department is rendering adequate and commendable services to all kind of orthopaedic patients. Presently, there are 3 units with 3 consultants in each unit. Academic activities in the form of seminars / Case Presentations / Journal Clubs / X-ray Discussions are held daily, from 8 - 9 a.m. (Monday to Saturday). All postgraduates and interns, plus all teaching staff members, participate actively. Last 24 hours? emergencies are discussed before the start of the morning programme. M.S.Orth. theses are presented stage wise, thrice a year, by the registered M.S.Orth. postgraduates. Laptop & Multimedia projectors are available in the department, for the postgraduates. Postgraduates are given full facilities (within our resources) and responsibilities; in OPD, IPD, OT and casualty, where they work under the direct supervision of consultants & senior residents. The department organizes regular conferences, symposia and seminars of national and state levels. Also, extension and extra-mural lectures are organized on regular basis.

The department also runs a three years course of, "Diploma in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation", under the aegis of, Centre of Professional Courses, AMU Aligarh.


To be a leader in Orthopaedic clinical care and innovative resident education, so as to achieve disability free society.


To attain national and international reputation as a leader in academic Orthopaedic in the area of patient care, Orthopaedic education, and musculoskeletal research. 

Future Plan

  1. Establish a skill lab for teaching and hand on training of M.S.Orth. & MBBS students.

  2. To conduct an annual cadaveric workshop in different subspecialties.

  3. To start  fellowship programs in various sub-specialities.

  4. To get accreditation from National Medical Commission for M.Ch. Paediatric Orthopaedics.


Programme outcome (PO)

Following are the expected program outcome of MS Orthopaedics 

  • To produce an orthopaedic specialist who shall recognise the health needs of the community and carry out professional obligations ethically and in keeping with the objectives of national health programs.

  • To develop skills of being aware of contemporary advances and development in the field of orthopaedic surgery.

  • The student shall have acquired a spirit of scientific inquiry and is oriented to the principles of research methodology and epidemiology relevant to orthopaedics.

  • The student shall have acquired the basic skills in teaching of orthopaedics for the medical and paramedical professionals.

  • The student shall have mastered most of the competencies, pertaining to the orthopaedic speciality, that are required to be practiced at the secondary and the tertiary levels of the health care delivery system.

Programme specific outcome (PSO)

  1. The students should be able to diagnose and treat common orthopaedic diseases.

  2. Students should be able to present /publish scientific research at various state, national and international platforms

  3. Students should be able to document individual case detail as well as morbidity and is a skeletal trauma patient.

  4. Students should be able to plan and advice rehabilitation of the patient suffering from any limb amputation or from paralysis due to spinal cord injury.

  5. Students should be able to a show empathy to ward patient and their family members as per the societal norms in cases of any mental turmoil arising due to any orthopaedic trauma or disease.

  6. Students should have sufficient understanding of the basic sciences in orthopaedic surgery

  1. Demonstrate sufficient understanding of the basic sciences relevant to the Orthopaedics.
  2. Diagnose and manage majority of the conditions in the orthopaedic speciality concerned on the basis of clinical assessment, and appropriately selected and conducted investigations.
  3. Demonstrate skills in documentation of individual case details as well as morbidity and mortality rate relevant to the assigned situation.
  4. Demonstrate empathy and humane approach towards patients and their families and exhibit interpersonal behaviour in accordance with the societal norms and expectations.
  5. Play the assigned role in the implementation of national health programme, effectively and responsibly.
  6. Organize and supervise the chosen/assigned health care services demonstrating adequate managerial skills in the clinic/hospital or the field situation.
  7. Develop skills as a self-directed learner, recognize continuing education needs; select and use appropriate learning resources.
  8. Demonstrate competence in basic concepts of research methodology and epidemiology, and be able to critically analyze relevant published research literature.
  9. Develop skills in using educational methods and techniques as applicable to the teaching of medical/nursing students, general physicians and paramedical health workers.
  10. Function as an effective leader of a health team engaged in health care, research or training.

Course Outcome




Title of the course




Traumatology as applied   to Orthopaedics and Care of the Critically ill.




Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System Including Operative Procedures.




Recent Advances in Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation & Preventive Orthopaedics.




Basic Sciences as applied to Orthpaedics including Biomechanics and History of Medicine.

MBBS program (1 course)

Course outcome (student should be)-

      Aware of the art and science of evaluating a patient with common musculoskeletal diseases.  

      Able to communicate with the patient to explain them complications and prognosis of the same.

      Offer  primary  treatment  for  common  fractures,  soft  tissue  injuries  involving  splinting, plaster and immobilization.

Diploma in Physiotherapy program (1 course)

Course outcome- The student should

  1. Be aware of the aetiopathology, C/F, complications and conservative or surgical management of common orthopaedic problems.
  2. Be able to understand the requirement of individual orthopaedic patients and deliver the same effectively.
  3. Be able to communicate with the patient to seek patients’ co-operation for maximum benefit to the patient.