SRMSIMS General Surgery Department


The department is dedicated to high standard of patient care, medical research and training of students and surgical residents.

The department of surgery provides round the clock emergency services and OPD services, conducting minor procedures, emergency surgery and major surgeries including management of trauma. With an OPD of more than 35000 a year and a fully functional burn unit, surgical High Dependency Unit and Surgical ICU, it has become the leading service provider in the field of surgery in the Rohilkhand region.

  • The department takes pride in possessing several advanced surgical equipment such as Harmonic scalpel, DGHAL for hemorrhoids, minimal invasive surgery setup and holmium/thulium laser system for urological surgery.
  • For the benefit of the students, an ENDOLAB, for learning basic skills in laparoscopic surgery including tissue handling and endosuturing, has been commissioned in the department.
  • M.S. General Surgery has 4 recognized seats per year. The residents get the best of surgical exposure, research work with regular seminars and teaching classes in coordination with other departments like Radiotherapy and Oncology.
  • Frequent guest lectures and workshops provide the students with recent advances in the field of surgery.


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K Ashish, P Guru, Das KK, Mehrotra A, Srivastava AK, Sahu RN, et al. Olfactory groove meningioma: an analysis based on 24 cases. International Journal of Advanced Research. 2015; 3(3): 126-133.

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Arya BS, Sagar SK, Goel JK, Sharma S, Shah S, Raturi S. Assessment of Outcome of Uterovaginal Prolapse Surgery. The Journal of UP Chapter of OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY.2014 Jun; 21(1): 83-87.

Sagar SK, Agarwal A, Kumar D, Kumar S. Clinico-Pathological profile of pediatric abdominal tuberculosis in a tertiary care teaching hospital in western U.P. J of Evolution of Med and Dent Sci. 2014 Jun 30; 3 (26): 7091-7098. eISSN-2278-4748.

Negi A, Sagar SK, Kumar D, Kumar S. Minimally Invasive (Endo-Laparoscopic and Laparosopic Choledochotomy) Versus Open Choledochotomy for the Management of Cholelithiasis With Choledocholithiasis: Where Do We Stand. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2014 Oct; 3(10): 342-344.

Year 2013

Abbey RK, Ahluwalia N. Comparative Evaluation of C-reactive Protein and Total Leukocyte Count in Open and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Journal of SELSI Indian Hernia Society. 2013 May; 7 (2): 8-10.

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