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Welcome To HCG Academics

DNB Affiliated Courses

Welcome To HCG Academics

Courses Affiliated to

➢ Radiation Oncology
➢ Surgical Oncology
➢ Medical Oncology
➢ Pathology

The National Board of Examinations was established in 1975 with the prime objective of improving the quality of the Medical Education by elevating the level and establishing standards of post graduate examinations in modern medicine on an all India basis. There are more than 149 recognized Medical Colleges in the country. In addition to Postgraduate teaching institutions under MCI, there are 450 accredited institutions imparting training in various Broad and Super specialities for the award of postgraduate qualification in Broad and super specialities. The Board at present conducts postgraduate and postdoctoral examinations in 54 disciplines approved by the Board for the award of Diplomate of National Board. The setting up of a National Body to conduct post graduate medical examination was intended to provide a common standard and mechanism of evaluation of minimum level of attainment of the objective for which post graduate courses were started in medical institutions. Moreover, intra country and international comparison is facilitated with the availability of commonly accepted evaluation mechanism.

The Nomenclature of the degree awarded by the National Board of Examinations is called the “Diplomate of National Board”. The list of recognised qualifications awarded by the Board in various Broad and Super specialities as approved by the Government of India and included in the First Schedule of IMC Act 1956 is as at Annexure II.

The Diplomate qualifications awarded by the National Board of Examinations have been equated with the postgraduate and post doctorate degrees awarded by other Indian Universities by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; vide their notifications issued from time to time (Annexure III). The holders of Board’s qualification awarded after an examination (DNB Final) are eligible to be considered for specialists post in any Hospital including training/teaching institution.

Welcome To HCG Academics

SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

Duration:
•3 Yrs

•Session: January / June
•No. of Seats: 01

 

 

 

Recognized by: National Board of Examination, New Delhi

Eligibility Criteria: Through NBE CET (MS / Mch)

 

 

Highlights of the course

There have been several innovations in how there treatments have been imparted to cancer patients surgery has been moving from a more radical approach towards organ preservation, shorter hospital stay, less post-operative morbidity and minimally invasive and robotic surgeries. The intent of surgery can be to cure, manage or down stage cancer or symptom control. This is usually the primary treatment of choice in many early stage solid malignancies. HCG DNB Oncology training ensures that surgeons learn these new technique & learn to use new technologies like Robotic Surgery lases, Minimal access laparoscopic Surgery. Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, Monthly seminars: Case presentations & clinical discussions. Departmental Meetings &Tumor Board Meetings are held regularly, DNB students present research paper at the end of the courses.

Prospectus


DNB in Surgical Oncology


PROSPECTUS

FOR

DIPLOMATE IN NATIONAL BOARD POST GRADUATES

COURSES

  • RADIATION ONCOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
  • SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

 

 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL SPECIALITY CENTER

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar,

Bangalore – 560 027.

INDEX

 

1)  Introduction……………………………………………………………….. 4

 

2)  DNB Rules………………………………………………………………….. 6

 

3)  Hospital Details…………………………………………………………… 9

 

4)  Time Line………………………………………………………………….. 11

 

5)  Mentorship Programme…………………………………………….. 12

 

6)  Syllabus…………………………………………………………………….. 13

 

7)  Lectures Schedule……………………………………………………… 13

 

8)  Thesis……………………………………………………………………….. 14

 

9)  Examinations…………………………………………………………….. 15

 

10)Research…………………………………………………………………… 15 

 

11)Library…………………………………………………………………….. 15

 

12)Emergency Numbers…………………………………………………. 15

 

13)Vaccination………………………………………………………………. 15

 

14)Member of Organizations………………………………………….. 16

 

15)Question Papers……………………………………………………….. 16

 

16)DNB Satellite Lectures……………………………………………… 16 

 1.INTRODUCTION :

Welcome to HCG. The HCG Group of hospital is South Asia’s largest Cancer Care Network.  The Specialist in Cancer Care headquartered in Bangalore, India is the only dedicated cancer care network with quality care across 25 centres. It gives hope to over 100,000 new patients every year.

It is also the recognized leader in cancer care two years in a row, having established itself as a center for advance, complicated and recurrent Cancers. In recognition of our work we have been awarded leader of the year 2011 & 2012, the excellence in Indian Health Care Awards.

For over five years HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centers with a steadfast vision: to transform cancer care environment by bringing core clinical services to one central place. The intent of this single place is to help patients achieve longer, better lives – and to improve cancer care one centre at a time.

At HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), we view each centre as a model of excellence, a place where physicians can achieve professional fulfillment and breakthroughs in patient care. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters the professional and personal achievements of each person who crosses the threshold of a centre. And by sharing these achievements across the network, the achievements of each centre, each physician, and each hospital are further heightened. Patients are the beneficiaries of these achievements – every accomplishment brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal of longer, better lives for cancer patients and their families.

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has grown rapidly and is currently a leader in cancer care, managing a network of 25 cancer centers that span Asia. Each centre is provided with a business system, management expertise and capital resources to bring patient focused, state-of-the art cancer care to new regions.

In furtherance of the vision of the Institute, and that of its chairman, academics are a priority area at all levels.

The National Board sanctioned commencement of DNB Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Pathology in the year 2006. Applications for sanction of DNB are not pending.

HCG aims to make the experience of learning a truly rewarding one for the student who enrolls, both during and by helping in placements even after the course is completed.

  1. DNB RULES :

The rules which govern your course are set by the National Board and are updated from time to time. The current rules are as detailed under,

1.NBE Leave Rules:

i.   DNB Trainees are entitled to leave during the course of  DNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE

ii.  A DNB candidate can avail a maximum of 20 days of leave in a year excluding weekly off/Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar.

  1. Maternity Leave :
    1. iii. Extension of maternity leave is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and after prior approval of NBE. The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training. NBE reserves its rights to take a final decision in such matters.
    1. iv. The training of the candidate shall be extended accordingly in case of any extension of maternity leave being granted to the candidate.
    1. v.  Candidate shall be paid stipend during the period of maternity  leave. No stipend shall be paid for the period of extension of  leave.
    1. Paternity Leave:
    1. i. Male DNB candidates are entitled for paternity leave of  maximum of one week during the entire period of DNB  training.
    1. No kind of study leave is permissible to DNB candidates. However, candidates may be allowed an academic leave as under across the entire duration of training program to attend     the conferences/CMEs/Academic programs/Examination purposes.
    DNB COURSE NO. OF ACADEMIC LEAVE
    DNB 3 years Course(Broad & Super Specialty) 14 Days
    DNB 2 years Course(Post Diploma) 10 Days
    DNB Direct 6 years Course 28 days
    1. Under normal circumstances leave of one year should not be carried  forward to the next year. However, in exceptional cases such as prolonged illness the leave across the DNB training program may be clubbed together with prior approval of NBE.
    1. Any other leave which is beyond the above stated leave is not permissible and shall lead to extension/cancellation of DNB course.

    7.Any extension of DNB training for more than 2 months beyond the scheduled completion date of training is permissible only under extra-ordinary circumstances with prior approval of NBE.  Such extension is neither automatic nor shall be granted as a matter of routine.

    1. Unauthorized absence from DNB training may lead to cancellation of registration and discontinuation of the DNB training and rejoining shall not  be permitted.
    1. Medical Leave:
    1. i. Leave on medical grounds is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and NBE should be informed by the concerned institute/hospital    about the same immediately after the candidate proceeds on leave on medical grounds.
    2. ii.  The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training and have to be sent to NBE.
    3. iii.  The medical treatment should be taken ordinarily from the institute/hospitalwhere the candidate is undergoing DNB training.  Any deviation from this shall be supported with valid grounds and documentation.
    4. iv. In case of medical treatment being sought from some other institute/hospital, the medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training.
    5. v. NBE reserves its rights to verify the authenticity of the documents furnished by the candidate and the institute/hospital regarding Medical illness of the candidate and to take a final decision in such matters.

    10.

    i.  A female candidate is permitted a maternity leave of 90 days once during the duration of entire DNB course.ii. The expected date of delivery (EDD) should fall within the  duration of maternity leave.

  2. The eligibility for DNB Final Examination shall be determined strictly in accordance with the criteria prescribed in the respective information bulletin.
    1.  
    2. HOSPITAL DETAILS :
    3. i. HCG K.R. Road – 220
    4. ii. HCG – BIO Double Road – 80

    Addresses and contact no of key functionaries of the Hospital :

    1. Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga – Medical Director – +919845365315

    Contact Address: Tower 2, OPD

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Prof. Ravi Nayar – Dean Academics – +919448480152

    Contact Address: Room No. 110, First floor, Tower 4

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Dr. Bhattacharjee – Medical superintendent – +919611803015

    Contact Address: Tower 2

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    Documents to be provided at the time of joining:

    1. 1. Photocopies of all certificates & Marks cards.
    2. 2. Government issued ID proof.
    3. TIME LINE :
    Admission January to April for all Specialities Mode of selection – through CET/Centralized counseling By NBE New Delhi
    Submission of Annexure – A Immediately after candidate’s joining By the concerned Institute
    Admission Fees through INDIAN BANK within one month of joining By the Student
    These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student
    Appraisal Every year between April – June For all Specialities By NBE appointed Local appraiser
    CET Every year November/December For all Specialities By NBE New Delhi
    Applying for Exams Every Year in the month of December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Radiotherapy/Medical/ Surgical oncology By the Student
    Every Year in the month of June & December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Pathology By the Student
    1. 1. Fees to be paid:

    DD/Cheque of Rs. 80,000/- favoring “Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd” payable at Bangalore.

    1. 2. Refundable deposits:    N/A
    1. 3. Karnataka Medical Council Certification:
    1.       a. You are expected to reregister your Medical Council                                        degree under KMC and the address is:

    #70, 2nd Floor, Vaidyakeeya Bhavana,

    K.R. Road, H.B.Samaja Road Corner,

    Basavanagudi,

    Bangalore – 560004, Karnataka

    Contact : 080 2662 0292

    1. b.Please provide the following :
    2. i.Certificate in original
    3. ii.2 photographs
    1. MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME :

    HCG has a programme to ensure that students truly find a home away from home in the institute. Staff members volunteer to take students under their wing and provide guidance and succor in time of need.

    Contact :

    1. SYLLABUS :
    1. a. DNB Radiotherapy Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    DNB RT Syllabus.pdf    (Appendix 1)

    1. b. DNB Pathology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

                                

                       DNB PATHOLOGY SYLLABUS.docx    (Appendix 2)

             

    1. c. DNB Medical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 3)

     

    1. dd. DNB Surgical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 4)

    1. LECTURE SCHEDULE : (please click on the below given link) 

              Appendix 1A (DNB Radiotherapy)

              Appendix 2A (DNB Pathology)

              Appendix 3 A (DNB Medical Oncology)

              Appendix 4 A (DNB Surgical Oncology) 

     

    1. THESIS :
    Thesis Thesis protocol Submission along with Ethical Committee & SRC Approval Within one month of joining By the Student
     DNB candidates are required to submit their thesis before the cutoff date which shall be 30th June of same year for candidates appearing for their scheduled December final theory examination.  Similarly candidates who shall be appearing in their scheduled June DNB final examination shall be required to submit their thesis by 31st of preceding December. These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student

    Synopsis :

    • a. The Head of your department will allocate a guide for your thesis.
    • b. The topic for the thesis should be developed in consultation with the guide.
    • c. The method of writing the synopsis is as follows.
    • d. The basis of thesis writing is available in the form of a book which is available for purchase.

    Contact :    Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

    1. EXAMINATIONS ;

    Pattern:

    1. a.Theory Paper :
    2. i. Paper I   – 3 hrs
    3. ii. Paper II – 3 hrs

    Note: If the student passes in theory exam, then only he/she will be eligible to attend Practical examination

    1. b.Practical :

    Practical paper – 100 Marks

    1. RESEARCH :

    DNB Students are actively encouraged to participate in case report writing and retrospective and prospective research

    A bulletin of such activities is produced quarterly… link to pdf …

    1. LIBRARY : Contact address of Library

    Tower 2, Basement,

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P. Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. EMERGENCY NUMBERS : 
    1. VACCINATION :

    Doctors are encouraged to get vaccinated against HepA and Hep B.. etc

    1. MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONS :

    Bangalore branch, State Branch, National Branch Students are expected to join           relevant city, state and National Associations and present papers in these conferences.

    1. QUESTION PAPERS :
    1. DNB SATELLITE LECTURES :

    Web site..link. Facility will be provided.

    Lectures should be attended as pre schedule in Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

 

Faculty Members


DNB in Surgical Oncology


SL.NO DESIGNATION NAME PG QUALIFICATION TOTAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE NO. OF RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
1 Professors Dr. Jagannath Dixit MS, MCh, FIAGES, FICS 12 2
2 Dr. Mahesh K.Bandimegal MS, MCh 8 4
3 Dr. K.S.Gopinath MBBS, MS - -
4 Dr. Kruthika Murugan MRCS, MCh 9 _

List of Students 2017 – 2018


DNB in Surgical Oncology


 Sl.No  Name of the Candidate  Year  Duration year
1 Dr. Vijay Kumar Sharma 1 st yr 2017-2020
2 Dr. Madhavi Nair 2 nd yr 2016-2019
3 Dr. Noor Mohammed Final yr 2015-2018

THESIS


DNB in Surgical Oncology


Sl.No Name Topic Name Of The Guide Status
NBE Publication
1 Dr. Gopinathan S Results Of Breast Conservation Surgery In Patients With Locally Advanced Breast Cancer (Labc) DR. JAGANNATH DIXIT Accepted Not Yet
2 Dr. Amar Rao H.T. Role Of Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy In Carcinoma Breast DR. JAGANNATH DIXIT Ongoing
3 Dr. Manish Goyeal Minimal Invasive Oesophagectomy Surgical & Oncologic Out Come DR. JAGANNATH DIXIT Ongoing
4 Dr. Noor Mohammed Pet Ct And Surgical Management Of Carcinoma Of Rectum DR. JAGANNATH DIXIT Ongoing

Focus Areas

LOG BOOK

DNB in Surgical Oncology




Download Log Book click here

How to Apply







Apply in this location www.natboard.edu.in

Radiation Oncology

Welcome To HCG Academics

RADIATION ONCOLOGY

Duration:
•3 yrs Post MBBS / 2 yrs Post Diploma (DMRT)

•Session: January / June
•No. of Seats: 02 + 02

 

 

 

Recognized by: National Board of Examination, New Delhi

Eligibility Criteria: Through NBE CET (MBBS / DMRT)

 

 

Highlights of the course

The Comprehensive Diplomate National Board of Examination program is targeted to train Radiation Oncologists. Doctor can gain comprehensive knowledge about HDR (High Dose Rate) Brachytherapy facilities, Images guided 2D, 3D conformal brachytherapy and techniques, like IGRT, IMRT, 3DCRT & CYBERKNIFE. They can learn managerial & administrative skills to set up individual centres with intensive training and postings: Enhancing enables of diagnostic, skills and ability to disseminate acquired scientific Knowledge. Patient communication, skills etc, Journal Seminar Meetings, Monthly seminars: Case presentations & Clinical Discussions. Departmental Meetings &Tumor Board Meetings are held regularly, DNB students present research papers at the end of the courses.

Radiation Oncology

PROSPECTUS

FOR

DIPLOMATE IN NATIONAL BOARD POST GRADUATES

COURSES

  • RADIATION ONCOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
  • SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

 

 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL SPECIALITY CENTER

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar,

Bangalore – 560 027.

INDEX

 

1)  Introduction……………………………………………………………….. 4

 

2)  DNB Rules………………………………………………………………….. 6

 

3)  Hospital Details…………………………………………………………… 9

 

4)  Time Line………………………………………………………………….. 11

 

5)  Mentorship Programme…………………………………………….. 12

 

6)  Syllabus…………………………………………………………………….. 13

 

7)  Lectures Schedule……………………………………………………… 13

 

8)  Thesis……………………………………………………………………….. 14

 

9)  Examinations…………………………………………………………….. 15

 

10)Research…………………………………………………………………… 15 

 

11)Library…………………………………………………………………….. 15

 

12)Emergency Numbers…………………………………………………. 15

 

13)Vaccination………………………………………………………………. 15

 

14)Member of Organizations………………………………………….. 16

 

15)Question Papers……………………………………………………….. 16

 

16)DNB Satellite Lectures……………………………………………… 16 

 1.INTRODUCTION :

Welcome to HCG. The HCG Group of hospital is South Asia’s largest Cancer Care Network.  The Specialist in Cancer Care headquartered in Bangalore, India is the only dedicated cancer care network with quality care across 25 centres. It gives hope to over 100,000 new patients every year.

It is also the recognized leader in cancer care two years in a row, having established itself as a center for advance, complicated and recurrent Cancers. In recognition of our work we have been awarded leader of the year 2011 & 2012, the excellence in Indian Health Care Awards.

For over five years HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centers with a steadfast vision: to transform cancer care environment by bringing core clinical services to one central place. The intent of this single place is to help patients achieve longer, better lives – and to improve cancer care one centre at a time.

At HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), we view each centre as a model of excellence, a place where physicians can achieve professional fulfillment and breakthroughs in patient care. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters the professional and personal achievements of each person who crosses the threshold of a centre. And by sharing these achievements across the network, the achievements of each centre, each physician, and each hospital are further heightened. Patients are the beneficiaries of these achievements – every accomplishment brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal of longer, better lives for cancer patients and their families.

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has grown rapidly and is currently a leader in cancer care, managing a network of 25 cancer centers that span Asia. Each centre is provided with a business system, management expertise and capital resources to bring patient focused, state-of-the art cancer care to new regions.

In furtherance of the vision of the Institute, and that of its chairman, academics are a priority area at all levels.

The National Board sanctioned commencement of DNB Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Pathology in the year 2006. Applications for sanction of DNB are not pending.

HCG aims to make the experience of learning a truly rewarding one for the student who enrolls, both during and by helping in placements even after the course is completed.

 

  1. DNB RULES :

The rules which govern your course are set by the National Board and are updated from time to time. The current rules are as detailed under,

1.NBE Leave Rules:

i.   DNB Trainees are entitled to leave during the course of  DNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE

ii.  A DNB candidate can avail a maximum of 20 days of leave in a year excluding weekly off/Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar.

 

  1. Maternity Leave :
    1. iii. Extension of maternity leave is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and after prior approval of NBE. The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training. NBE reserves its rights to take a final decision in such matters.
    1. iv. The training of the candidate shall be extended accordingly in case of any extension of maternity leave being granted to the candidate.
    1. v.  Candidate shall be paid stipend during the period of maternity  leave. No stipend shall be paid for the period of extension of  leave.

     

    1. Paternity Leave:
    1. i. Male DNB candidates are entitled for paternity leave of  maximum of one week during the entire period of DNB  training.
    1. No kind of study leave is permissible to DNB candidates. However, candidates may be allowed an academic leave as under across the entire duration of training program to attend     the conferences/CMEs/Academic programs/Examination purposes.

     

    DNB COURSE NO. OF ACADEMIC LEAVE
    DNB 3 years Course(Broad & Super Specialty) 14 Days
    DNB 2 years Course(Post Diploma) 10 Days
    DNB Direct 6 years Course 28 days

     

    1. Under normal circumstances leave of one year should not be carried  forward to the next year. However, in exceptional cases such as prolonged illness the leave across the DNB training program may be clubbed together with prior approval of NBE.
    1. Any other leave which is beyond the above stated leave is not permissible and shall lead to extension/cancellation of DNB course.

    7.Any extension of DNB training for more than 2 months beyond the scheduled completion date of training is permissible only under extra-ordinary circumstances with prior approval of NBE.  Such extension is neither automatic nor shall be granted as a matter of routine.

    1. Unauthorized absence from DNB training may lead to cancellation of registration and discontinuation of the DNB training and rejoining shall not  be permitted.
    1. Medical Leave:
    1. i. Leave on medical grounds is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and NBE should be informed by the concerned institute/hospital    about the same immediately after the candidate proceeds on leave on medical grounds.
    2. ii.  The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training and have to be sent to NBE.
    3. iii.  The medical treatment should be taken ordinarily from the institute/hospitalwhere the candidate is undergoing DNB training.  Any deviation from this shall be supported with valid grounds and documentation.
    4. iv. In case of medical treatment being sought from some other institute/hospital, the medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training.
    5. v. NBE reserves its rights to verify the authenticity of the documents furnished by the candidate and the institute/hospital regarding Medical illness of the candidate and to take a final decision in such matters.

    10.

    i.  A female candidate is permitted a maternity leave of 90 days once during the duration of entire DNB course.ii. The expected date of delivery (EDD) should fall within the  duration of maternity leave.

  2. The eligibility for DNB Final Examination shall be determined strictly in accordance with the criteria prescribed in the respective information bulletin.
    1.  
    2. HOSPITAL DETAILS :
    3. i. HCG K.R. Road – 220
    4. ii. HCG – BIO Double Road – 80

    Addresses and contact no of key functionaries of the Hospital :

    1. Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga – Medical Director – +919845365315

    Contact Address: Tower 2, OPD

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Prof. Ravi Nayar – Dean Academics – +919448480152

    Contact Address: Room No. 110, First floor, Tower 4

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Dr. Bhattacharjee – Medical superintendent – +919611803015

    Contact Address: Tower 2

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

     

    Documents to be provided at the time of joining:

     

    1. 1. Photocopies of all certificates & Marks cards.
    2. 2. Government issued ID proof.
    3. TIME LINE :
    Admission January to April for all Specialities Mode of selection – through CET/Centralized counseling By NBE New Delhi
    Submission of Annexure – A Immediately after candidate’s joining By the concerned Institute
    Admission Fees through INDIAN BANK within one month of joining By the Student
    These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student
    Appraisal Every year between April – June For all Specialities By NBE appointed Local appraiser
    CET Every year November/December For all Specialities By NBE New Delhi
    Applying for Exams Every Year in the month of December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Radiotherapy/Medical/ Surgical oncology By the Student
    Every Year in the month of June & December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Pathology By the Student

     

    1. 1. Fees to be paid:

    DD/Cheque of Rs. 80,000/- favoring “Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd” payable at Bangalore.

    1. 2. Refundable deposits:    N/A
    1. 3. Karnataka Medical Council Certification:
    1.       a. You are expected to reregister your Medical Council                                        degree under KMC and the address is:

    #70, 2nd Floor, Vaidyakeeya Bhavana,

    K.R. Road, H.B.Samaja Road Corner,

    Basavanagudi,

    Bangalore – 560004, Karnataka

    Contact : 080 2662 0292

     

    1. b.Please provide the following :
    2. i.Certificate in original
    3. ii.2 photographs

     

    1. MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME :

    HCG has a programme to ensure that students truly find a home away from home in the institute. Staff members volunteer to take students under their wing and provide guidance and succor in time of need.

    Contact :

    1. SYLLABUS :
    1. a. DNB Radiotherapy Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

     

    DNB RT Syllabus.pdf    (Appendix 1)

     

    1. b. DNB Pathology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

                                

                       DNB PATHOLOGY SYLLABUS.docx    (Appendix 2)

             

    1. c. DNB Medical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

     

    (Appendix 3)

     

    1. dd. DNB Surgical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

     

    (Appendix 4)

    1. LECTURE SCHEDULE : (please click on the below given link) 

              Appendix 1A (DNB Radiotherapy)

              Appendix 2A (DNB Pathology)

              Appendix 3 A (DNB Medical Oncology)

              Appendix 4 A (DNB Surgical Oncology) 

     

    1. THESIS :
    Thesis Thesis protocol Submission along with Ethical Committee & SRC Approval Within one month of joining By the Student
     DNB candidates are required to submit their thesis before the cutoff date which shall be 30th June of same year for candidates appearing for their scheduled December final theory examination.  Similarly candidates who shall be appearing in their scheduled June DNB final examination shall be required to submit their thesis by 31st of preceding December. These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student

    Synopsis :

    • a. The Head of your department will allocate a guide for your thesis.
    • b. The topic for the thesis should be developed in consultation with the guide.
    • c. The method of writing the synopsis is as follows.
    • d. The basis of thesis writing is available in the form of a book which is available for purchase.

    Contact :    Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

    1. EXAMINATIONS ;

    Pattern:

    1. a.Theory Paper :
    2. i. Paper I   – 3 hrs
    3. ii. Paper II – 3 hrs

     

    Note: If the student passes in theory exam, then only he/she will be eligible to attend Practical examination

    1. b.Practical :

    Practical paper – 100 Marks

    1. RESEARCH :

    DNB Students are actively encouraged to participate in case report writing and retrospective and prospective research

    A bulletin of such activities is produced quarterly… link to pdf …

    1. LIBRARY : Contact address of Library

    Tower 2, Basement,

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P. Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. EMERGENCY NUMBERS : 
    1. VACCINATION :

    Doctors are encouraged to get vaccinated against HepA and Hep B.. etc

    1. MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONS :

    Bangalore branch, State Branch, National Branch Students are expected to join           relevant city, state and National Associations and present papers in these conferences.

    1. QUESTION PAPERS :

     

    1. DNB SATELLITE LECTURES :

    Web site..link. Facility will be provided.

    Lectures should be attended as pre schedule in Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

List of faculty Members


DNB in Radiation Oncology


 

Sl.No

 

Designation

 

Name

 

PG Qualification

Total Professional experience

No. of Research Publications

1

 

 

 

 

Professor

Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga

MD, DRM,FIAMS, FICS,PGDMLE, DMRD

 

35

 

8

 

2

 

Prof. Kumara Swamy

 

MD,DNB,DMRT,FCGP

 

32

 

24

 

3

 

Prof. Gurunath Kilara

 

MD, FICS

 

32

 

12

 

4

 

Dr. Somorat Bhattacharya

 

MD.

 

23

 

10

 

5

 

 

 

Associate Professor

 

Dr. Nalini Rao

 

MD, DMRT.

 

20

 

5

 

6

 

Dr. Beliappa

 

MD, DNB, DMRT

 

20

 

3

 

7

 

Dr. Sridhar P.S.

 

MD, DNB,

 

13

 

30

 

8

 

Dr. Vijay Bhaskar

 

MD.

 

8

 

6

 

9

 

 

Assistant Professor

 

Dr. Premitha

 

DMRT,DNB

 

3

 

01 ongoing

 

10

 

Dr. Sasikala

 

DMRT, DNB

 

3

 

-

 

11

 

Dr. Aruna

 

MBBS, MD

 

3

 

-

 

12

 

 

 

 

Registrars

 

Dr. Madhusudhan. N

 

MBBS, MD

 

3

 

-

 

13

 

Dr Adarsh C

 

MD.

1 year 2months

 

-

 

14

 

Dr. Sunil R.A.

 

MD

 

06months

 

-

 

15

 

Dr. Nikesh H

 

MD, DNB

 

03months

 

-

 

16

 

Dr. Prathima Sivaguru

 

DMRT.

 

01year

 

-

List of Students 2017-18


DNB in Radiation Oncology


S.No

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Year

 

Year of Passing

 

1

 

Dr. Aarthi Pashupathy Iyer (Primary)

 

1 st year

 

2017-2020

 

2

 

Dr. Anit Jacob (Primary)

 

1 st year

 

2017-2020

 

3

 

Dr. Pradeep Kumar.K(Primary)

 

1 st year

 

2017-2020

 

4

 

Dr. Rita Singh(Primary)

 

1 st year

 

2017-2020

 

5

 

Dr. Kundavai Seran (Secondary)

 

2 nd year

 

2017-2019

 

6

 

Dr. Anusha.M (Secondary)

2 nd year

 

2017-2019

 

7

Dr. Gowshikk Rajkumar (Secondary)

2 nd year

 

2017-2019

 

8

Dr. Praveen Kumar Marimuthu(Primary)

2 nd year

 

2017-2019

 

9

 

Dr. Anuradha.P(Primary)

2 nd year

 

2017-2019

 

10

 

Dr. Chandana S(Primary)

Final year

 

2015-2018

 

11

 

Dr. Chundru Swaroopa (Primary)

Final year

 

2015-2018

 

12

 

Dr. Yeshashwini.B.R (Secondary)

Final year

 

2016-2018

 

13

 

Dr. Ayesha Jaleel (Secondary)

Final year

 

2016-2018

 

THESIS


DNB in Radiation Oncology




Sl.No

Reg.No

Name

Topic

Name Of The Guide

Status

NBE

Publication

 

1

 

141-27107-121-104760

 

Dr. Lohith G

Impact Of Concurrent Chemoradiation On Quality Of Life In Locally Advanced Head & Neck Cancers.

 

 

DR. BHATTACHARJEE

 

Accepted

 

2015

 

2

 

141-27107-121-103962

 

Dr. Nageswara Reddy

“Comparision of Clinical Outcomes of Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) Alone VS IMRT Followed by Stereotactic Radiotherapy Boost, Along with Chemotherapy in High Grade Gliomas”

 

 

DR. SRIDHAR P.S.

 

Accepted

 

2015

 

3

 

241-27107-132-108569

 

Dr.Zaheeruddin

 

“The Incidental Dose to Internal Mammary Nodal Region During the Chest Wall Irradiation in Patients of Carcinoma Breast Treated by Three Dimensional Conformal Radiotherapy”

 

 

Dr. Ramesh S Bilimagga

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

 

4

 

241-27107-132-108569

 

Dr. Syed Zeeshan

“Comparision of Gross Tumor Volumes (GTV) of Head and Neck Cancers Contoured on Computed Tomography (CT) VS Positron Emisson Tomography/ Computed Tomography (FDG-PET/CT”

 

 

Dr.G.Kilara

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

5

 

141-27107-132-108846

 

Dr.KaladharChillara

“A Prospective Study of Comparing the Effects of 3-Dimensional Conformal Radiotherapy and Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy on Acute Hematologic Toxicity in Carcinoma Cervix Patients Undergoing Concurrent Chemoradiation”

 

Dr.Beliappa

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

6

 

141-27107-141-200376

 

Dr. Sarath Chandra

 

“Dosimetric Correlation of Physical Versus Biological Dose Constraints for Normal Tissues using Monte Carlo Based Algorithm in Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) of Head and Neck Cancers”.

 

DR. KUMARA SWAMY

 

Accepted

 

2017

 

7

 

141-27107-141-201073

 

Dr. AmbathiBhavani

“Comparison of Concurrent Chemoradiation with Accelerated Fractionation (Six Fractions Per Week) with Conventional Fractionation (Five Fractions per Week) Followed by Brachytherapy is Locally Advanced Carcinoma Cervix”

 

Dr.Nalini Rao

 

Accepted

 

2017

 

8

 

241-27107-142-201928

 

Dr.Mahalaxmi A

“Comparision of Radiological Response in Patients with Brain Metastasis from Solid Tumours Using Whole Brain RT and Concurrent Temozolomide with Whole Brain RT Alone”

 

Dr. Vijay Bhaskar

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

9

 

 

241-27107-142-201927

 

Dr.Rahul Ravind

“Evaluation of Acute Mucositis in 3DCRT VS IMRT in Head and Neck Maligancies”

 

Dr.SomoratBhattacharjee

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

10

 

241-27107-151-205322

 

Dr.Shanthi Matilda

“A Prospective Study of Acute Toxicity and Response Assessment in Carcinoma Esophagus Patients Treated with Concurrent Chemo Radiation”.

 

Dr. Ramesh S Bilimagga.

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

11

 

241-27107-151-204855

 

Dr. Rajiv Kumar K

“A Descriptive Study Comparing Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Whole Brain Radiotherapy Plus Simultaneous Integrated Boost in One to Four Brain Metastases”.

 

Dr.Sridhar.P.S
Co-Guide: Dr.ShivakumarSwamy

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

12

 

141-27107-151-204287

 

Dr. Chandana S.

“A Comparitive Study of One Arm - IMRT / IGRT VS Second ARM - IMRT / IGRT + Cyberknife Boost in CA Prostate”.

 

Dr.SomoratBhattacharjee

 

Ongoing

 

 

13

 

141-27107-151-203636

 

Dr.ChundruSwaroopa

 

“Correlation of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC) Values with Treatment Outcomes in High Grade Glioma Patients Undergoing Concurrent Chemoradiation”

 

Dr. Kumara Swamy
Co-Guide: Dr.Shivakumarswamy

 

Ongoing

 

 

14

 

241-27107-161-208241

 

Dr.Yashashwini

 

“Comparative Study of Dosimetry and Acute Toxicity in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Treated with Helical Tomotherapy and IMRT”.

 

DR. KUMARA SWAMY

 

Ongoing

 

 

15

 

241-27107-161-210957

 

Dr. Ayesha Jaleel

 

“A Comparitive Study of Tomotherapy and IMRT in Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma”.

 

Dr.SomoratBhattacharjee

 

Ongoing

 

 

16

 

141-27107-161-208543

 

Dr. Praveen Kumar Marimuthu

 

“Assessment of Post Stereotactic Radiotherapy Response in Low and Intermediate Risk Cases of Prostate Cancer-A Prospective Study”.

 

Dr.Sridhar.P.S

 

Ongoing

 

 

17

 

141-27107-161-208599

 

Dr.Anuradha.P

 

“Acute Toxicity Assesment and DosimetricComparision Between Sequential Boost VS Simultan EOUS Integreated Boost (IMRT) in Head and Neck Carcinoma”.

 

Dr. Ramesh S Bilimagga.

 

Ongoing

 

 

18

 

Testing ID CD1740129

 

Dr Anusha M

 

”Incidental Radiation Dose Received by the Axillary and Internal Mammary Nodal Region in Post-Operative Whole Breast Irradiation Sufficient to Address Micro metastasis? – A Dosimertic Study.”

 

Dr Nalini Rao

 

Ongoing

 

 

19

 

Testing ID CD1647885

 

Dr.GowshikkRajkumar

 

“Do Different Techniques of Radiotherapy Impact the Swallowing Function in Patients Undergoing RT for Head and Neck Cancers?”

 

Dr.G.Kilara

 

Ongoing

 

 

20

 

Testing ID CD1665949

 

Dr.AarthiPashupathyIyer

 

“Dosimetric Comparison of Helical Tomotherapy and IMRT Technique for Oesophageal Carcinoma”

 

Dr.VikramMaiya

 

 

 

21

 

Testing ID CD1652950

 

Dr.Anit Jacob

 

“Analysis of Outcomes in Carcionma Rectum Patients Treated with Neo-Adujvant Therapy”

 

Dr. Kumara Swamy

 

 

 

22

 

Testing ID CD1667048

 

Dr. Pradeep Kumar.K

 

“Dosimetric Evaluation of Adaptive Radiotherapy in Patients with Head and Neck Carcionma using Helical Tomotherapy”

 

Dr.SomoratBhattacharjee

 

 

 

23

 

Testing ID CD1691205

 

Dr. Rita Singh

 

“Comparison of Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy Followed by Concurrent chemoradiation and Concurrent Chemoradiation Alone in a Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer”.

 

Dr. Ramesh S Bilimagga.

 

 

Focus Areas


DNB in Radiation Oncology


Logbook


DNB in Radiation Oncology


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Medical Oncology

Welcome to HCG Academics

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY

Duration:
•3 yrs

•Session: January / June
•No. of Seats: 01

 

 

 

Recognized by: National Board of Examination, New Delhi

Eligibility Criteria: Through NBE CET (General Medicine / MD)

 

 

Highlights of the course

Medical Oncology gives explosure to treatment of advanced cases of all kinds of haematological & solid tumour, it has in addition a BMT programme a comphrehence Multi Disciplinary Clinic approach which ensures that students are well trained in cutting edge medicine. In addition Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, Monthly seminars: Case presentations & clinical discussions, Departmental Meetings &Tumor Board Meetings are held regularly, DNB students present research paper at the end of the courses.

Prospectus


DNB in Medical Oncology




PROSPECTUS

FOR

DIPLOMATE IN NATIONAL BOARD POST GRADUATES

COURSES

  • RADIATION ONCOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
  • SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

 

 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL SPECIALITY CENTER

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar,

Bangalore – 560 027.

INDEX

 

1)  Introduction……………………………………………………………….. 4

 

2)  DNB Rules………………………………………………………………….. 6

 

3)  Hospital Details…………………………………………………………… 9

 

4)  Time Line………………………………………………………………….. 11

 

5)  Mentorship Programme…………………………………………….. 12

 

6)  Syllabus…………………………………………………………………….. 13

 

7)  Lectures Schedule……………………………………………………… 13

 

8)  Thesis……………………………………………………………………….. 14

 

9)  Examinations…………………………………………………………….. 15

 

10)Research…………………………………………………………………… 15 

 

11)Library…………………………………………………………………….. 15

 

12)Emergency Numbers…………………………………………………. 15

 

13)Vaccination………………………………………………………………. 15

 

14)Member of Organizations………………………………………….. 16

 

15)Question Papers……………………………………………………….. 16

 

16)DNB Satellite Lectures……………………………………………… 16 

 1.INTRODUCTION :

Welcome to HCG. The HCG Group of hospital is South Asia’s largest Cancer Care Network.  The Specialist in Cancer Care headquartered in Bangalore, India is the only dedicated cancer care network with quality care across 25 centres. It gives hope to over 100,000 new patients every year.

It is also the recognized leader in cancer care two years in a row, having established itself as a center for advance, complicated and recurrent Cancers. In recognition of our work we have been awarded leader of the year 2011 & 2012, the excellence in Indian Health Care Awards.

For over five years HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centers with a steadfast vision: to transform cancer care environment by bringing core clinical services to one central place. The intent of this single place is to help patients achieve longer, better lives – and to improve cancer care one centre at a time.

At HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), we view each centre as a model of excellence, a place where physicians can achieve professional fulfillment and breakthroughs in patient care. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters the professional and personal achievements of each person who crosses the threshold of a centre. And by sharing these achievements across the network, the achievements of each centre, each physician, and each hospital are further heightened. Patients are the beneficiaries of these achievements – every accomplishment brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal of longer, better lives for cancer patients and their families.

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has grown rapidly and is currently a leader in cancer care, managing a network of 25 cancer centers that span Asia. Each centre is provided with a business system, management expertise and capital resources to bring patient focused, state-of-the art cancer care to new regions.

In furtherance of the vision of the Institute, and that of its chairman, academics are a priority area at all levels.

The National Board sanctioned commencement of DNB Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Pathology in the year 2006. Applications for sanction of DNB are not pending.

HCG aims to make the experience of learning a truly rewarding one for the student who enrolls, both during and by helping in placements even after the course is completed.

  1. DNB RULES :

The rules which govern your course are set by the National Board and are updated from time to time. The current rules are as detailed under,

1.NBE Leave Rules:

i.   DNB Trainees are entitled to leave during the course of  DNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE

ii.  A DNB candidate can avail a maximum of 20 days of leave in a year excluding weekly off/Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar.

  1. Maternity Leave :
    1. iii. Extension of maternity leave is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and after prior approval of NBE. The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training. NBE reserves its rights to take a final decision in such matters.
    1. iv. The training of the candidate shall be extended accordingly in case of any extension of maternity leave being granted to the candidate.
    1. v.  Candidate shall be paid stipend during the period of maternity  leave. No stipend shall be paid for the period of extension of  leave.
    1. Paternity Leave:
    1. i. Male DNB candidates are entitled for paternity leave of  maximum of one week during the entire period of DNB  training.
    1. No kind of study leave is permissible to DNB candidates. However, candidates may be allowed an academic leave as under across the entire duration of training program to attend     the conferences/CMEs/Academic programs/Examination purposes.
    DNB COURSE NO. OF ACADEMIC LEAVE
    DNB 3 years Course(Broad & Super Specialty) 14 Days
    DNB 2 years Course(Post Diploma) 10 Days
    DNB Direct 6 years Course 28 days
    1. Under normal circumstances leave of one year should not be carried  forward to the next year. However, in exceptional cases such as prolonged illness the leave across the DNB training program may be clubbed together with prior approval of NBE.
    1. Any other leave which is beyond the above stated leave is not permissible and shall lead to extension/cancellation of DNB course.

    7.Any extension of DNB training for more than 2 months beyond the scheduled completion date of training is permissible only under extra-ordinary circumstances with prior approval of NBE.  Such extension is neither automatic nor shall be granted as a matter of routine.

    1. Unauthorized absence from DNB training may lead to cancellation of registration and discontinuation of the DNB training and rejoining shall not  be permitted.
    1. Medical Leave:
    1. i. Leave on medical grounds is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and NBE should be informed by the concerned institute/hospital    about the same immediately after the candidate proceeds on leave on medical grounds.
    2. ii.  The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training and have to be sent to NBE.
    3. iii.  The medical treatment should be taken ordinarily from the institute/hospitalwhere the candidate is undergoing DNB training.  Any deviation from this shall be supported with valid grounds and documentation.
    4. iv. In case of medical treatment being sought from some other institute/hospital, the medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training.
    5. v. NBE reserves its rights to verify the authenticity of the documents furnished by the candidate and the institute/hospital regarding Medical illness of the candidate and to take a final decision in such matters.

    10.

    i.  A female candidate is permitted a maternity leave of 90 days once during the duration of entire DNB course.ii. The expected date of delivery (EDD) should fall within the  duration of maternity leave.

  2. The eligibility for DNB Final Examination shall be determined strictly in accordance with the criteria prescribed in the respective information bulletin.
    1.  
    2. HOSPITAL DETAILS :
    3. i. HCG K.R. Road – 220
    4. ii. HCG – BIO Double Road – 80

    Addresses and contact no of key functionaries of the Hospital :

    1. Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga – Medical Director – +919845365315

    Contact Address: Tower 2, OPD

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Prof. Ravi Nayar – Dean Academics – +919448480152

    Contact Address: Room No. 110, First floor, Tower 4

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Dr. Bhattacharjee – Medical superintendent – +919611803015

    Contact Address: Tower 2

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    Documents to be provided at the time of joining:

    1. 1. Photocopies of all certificates & Marks cards.
    2. 2. Government issued ID proof.
    3. TIME LINE :
    Admission January to April for all Specialities Mode of selection – through CET/Centralized counseling By NBE New Delhi
    Submission of Annexure – A Immediately after candidate’s joining By the concerned Institute
    Admission Fees through INDIAN BANK within one month of joining By the Student
    These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student
    Appraisal Every year between April – June For all Specialities By NBE appointed Local appraiser
    CET Every year November/December For all Specialities By NBE New Delhi
    Applying for Exams Every Year in the month of December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Radiotherapy/Medical/ Surgical oncology By the Student
    Every Year in the month of June & December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Pathology By the Student
    1. 1. Fees to be paid:

    DD/Cheque of Rs. 80,000/- favoring “Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd” payable at Bangalore.

    1. 2. Refundable deposits:    N/A
    1. 3. Karnataka Medical Council Certification:
    1.       a. You are expected to reregister your Medical Council                                        degree under KMC and the address is:

    #70, 2nd Floor, Vaidyakeeya Bhavana,

    K.R. Road, H.B.Samaja Road Corner,

    Basavanagudi,

    Bangalore – 560004, Karnataka

    Contact : 080 2662 0292

    1. b.Please provide the following :
    2. i.Certificate in original
    3. ii.2 photographs
    1. MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME :

    HCG has a programme to ensure that students truly find a home away from home in the institute. Staff members volunteer to take students under their wing and provide guidance and succor in time of need.

    Contact :

    1. SYLLABUS :
    1. a. DNB Radiotherapy Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    DNB RT Syllabus.pdf    (Appendix 1)

    1. b. DNB Pathology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

                                

                       DNB PATHOLOGY SYLLABUS.docx    (Appendix 2)

             

    1. c. DNB Medical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 3)

     

    1. dd. DNB Surgical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 4)

    1. LECTURE SCHEDULE : (please click on the below given link) 

              Appendix 1A (DNB Radiotherapy)

              Appendix 2A (DNB Pathology)

              Appendix 3 A (DNB Medical Oncology)

              Appendix 4 A (DNB Surgical Oncology) 

     

    1. THESIS :
    Thesis Thesis protocol Submission along with Ethical Committee & SRC Approval Within one month of joining By the Student
     DNB candidates are required to submit their thesis before the cutoff date which shall be 30th June of same year for candidates appearing for their scheduled December final theory examination.  Similarly candidates who shall be appearing in their scheduled June DNB final examination shall be required to submit their thesis by 31st of preceding December. These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student

    Synopsis :

    • a. The Head of your department will allocate a guide for your thesis.
    • b. The topic for the thesis should be developed in consultation with the guide.
    • c. The method of writing the synopsis is as follows.
    • d. The basis of thesis writing is available in the form of a book which is available for purchase.

    Contact :    Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

    1. EXAMINATIONS ;

    Pattern:

    1. a.Theory Paper :
    2. i. Paper I   – 3 hrs
    3. ii. Paper II – 3 hrs

    Note: If the student passes in theory exam, then only he/she will be eligible to attend Practical examination

    1. b.Practical :

    Practical paper – 100 Marks

    1. RESEARCH :

    DNB Students are actively encouraged to participate in case report writing and retrospective and prospective research

    A bulletin of such activities is produced quarterly… link to pdf …

    1. LIBRARY : Contact address of Library

    Tower 2, Basement,

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P. Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. EMERGENCY NUMBERS : 
    1. VACCINATION :

    Doctors are encouraged to get vaccinated against HepA and Hep B.. etc

    1. MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONS :

    Bangalore branch, State Branch, National Branch Students are expected to join           relevant city, state and National Associations and present papers in these conferences.

    1. QUESTION PAPERS :
    1. DNB SATELLITE LECTURES :

    Web site..link. Facility will be provided.

    Lectures should be attended as pre schedule in Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

List of faculty Members


DNB in Medical Oncology




 

Sl.No

 

Designation

 

Name

 

PG Qualification

 

1

 

 

Professors

 

Dr. Radheshyam

MD, DM Medical Oncology

 

2

 

Dr. Shekar Patil

 

MD, Medical Oncology

 

3

 

 

 

Associate Professor

 

Dr. Sateesh C.T

 

MBBS, MD, DM

 

4

 

Dr. Shashidhar

 

MBBS, MD

 

5

 

Dr. B.Girish Vishwanath Rao

 

MBBS, MD, DM

 

6

 

 

Assistant Professor

 

 

 

Dr. Srinivas B.J.

 

MD, DNB


List of Students 2017-18


DNB in Medical Oncology


 

Sl.No

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Year

 

1

 

Dr. Devale Tousif

 

2015 – 2018

 

2

 

Dr. Vishal Kulkarni

2016 – 2019

 

3

 

Dr. Kiran P.K

2016 – 2019

 

4

 

Dr. Vinu Sarathy.P

2017 – 2020

 

THESIS


DNB in Medical Oncology




MEDICAL ONCOLOGY ONGOING THESIS

Sl.No

Name

Topic

Name Of The Guide

Status

NBE

Publication

 

1

 

Dr. Srinivas B.J.

 

Anti Angiogenic Therapy In  Advanced Solid Tumors With Special Emphasis On Metronomic Chemotherapy.

 

DR RADHESHAYAM

 

Accepted

 

Not Yet

 

2

 

Dr. Mansi Khanderia

 

Prospective One Arm Study Of Multiple Myeloma Patients.  To Study Addition Of Liposomal Doxorubic In As A First Line Agent To Standard Triple Drug Regimen Bortezomib + Dexona.  Multivatiate Analysis Of Clinical, Biochemical, Hematological Parameters

 

DR RADHESHAYAM

 

On going

 

-

 

3

 

Dr. Devale Tousif

 

Randomised Phase Ii Study Of Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma Head & Neck With Weekly Vcf Vs Three Weekly Vcf

 

DR RADHESHAYAM

 

On going

 

-

 

4

 

Dr. Sunit Lokwani

 

The Corelation Between Mono Nuclear Count, Total Wbc Count & (D34+Cell Count During Periphal Blood Stem Cell Collection Of Bone Marrow Transplant Patients With Special Reference To Duration Of Engraftment In Myeloma & Lymphone Patients

 

DR. SEKHAR PATIL

 

On going

 

-

 

Focus Areas


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Pathology

Welcome to HCG Academics

PATHOLOGY

Duration:
•3 yrs Post MBBS / 2 yrs Post DCP

•Session: January / June
•No. of Seats: 02 + 02

 

 

 

Recognized by: National Board of Examination, New Delhi

Eligibility Criteria: Through NBE CET (MBBS / DCP)

 

 

Highlights of the course

The pathology department offers high end histopathology immunohistochemistry molecular biology the services HCG centre nation wide. It also how uses a biorepository dedicated to cancer. It also has a team of researchers who design, conduct and manage research projects that spearhead innovation in the field of cancer treatment. DNB students also routed to M.S.Ramaiahcollege under MOU to gain explosure to non oncology pathology. They developed Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, Monthly seminars: Case presentations & clinical discussions. Departmental Meetings &Tumor Board Meetings are held regularly, DNB students present research papers at the end of the courses.

Prospectus


DNB in Pathology




PROSPECTUS

FOR

DIPLOMATE IN NATIONAL BOARD POST GRADUATES

COURSES

  • RADIATION ONCOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
  • SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

 

 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL SPECIALITY CENTER

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar,

Bangalore – 560 027.

INDEX

 

1)  Introduction……………………………………………………………….. 4

 

2)  DNB Rules………………………………………………………………….. 6

 

3)  Hospital Details…………………………………………………………… 9

 

4)  Time Line………………………………………………………………….. 11

 

5)  Mentorship Programme…………………………………………….. 12

 

6)  Syllabus…………………………………………………………………….. 13

 

7)  Lectures Schedule……………………………………………………… 13

 

8)  Thesis……………………………………………………………………….. 14

 

9)  Examinations…………………………………………………………….. 15

 

10)Research…………………………………………………………………… 15 

 

11)Library…………………………………………………………………….. 15

 

12)Emergency Numbers…………………………………………………. 15

 

13)Vaccination………………………………………………………………. 15

 

14)Member of Organizations………………………………………….. 16

 

15)Question Papers……………………………………………………….. 16

 

16)DNB Satellite Lectures……………………………………………… 16 

 1.INTRODUCTION :

Welcome to HCG. The HCG Group of hospital is South Asia’s largest Cancer Care Network.  The Specialist in Cancer Care headquartered in Bangalore, India is the only dedicated cancer care network with quality care across 25 centres. It gives hope to over 100,000 new patients every year.

It is also the recognized leader in cancer care two years in a row, having established itself as a center for advance, complicated and recurrent Cancers. In recognition of our work we have been awarded leader of the year 2011 & 2012, the excellence in Indian Health Care Awards.

For over five years HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centers with a steadfast vision: to transform cancer care environment by bringing core clinical services to one central place. The intent of this single place is to help patients achieve longer, better lives – and to improve cancer care one centre at a time.

At HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), we view each centre as a model of excellence, a place where physicians can achieve professional fulfillment and breakthroughs in patient care. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters the professional and personal achievements of each person who crosses the threshold of a centre. And by sharing these achievements across the network, the achievements of each centre, each physician, and each hospital are further heightened. Patients are the beneficiaries of these achievements – every accomplishment brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal of longer, better lives for cancer patients and their families.

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has grown rapidly and is currently a leader in cancer care, managing a network of 25 cancer centers that span Asia. Each centre is provided with a business system, management expertise and capital resources to bring patient focused, state-of-the art cancer care to new regions.

In furtherance of the vision of the Institute, and that of its chairman, academics are a priority area at all levels.

The National Board sanctioned commencement of DNB Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology and Pathology in the year 2006. Applications for sanction of DNB are not pending.

HCG aims to make the experience of learning a truly rewarding one for the student who enrolls, both during and by helping in placements even after the course is completed.

  1. DNB RULES :

The rules which govern your course are set by the National Board and are updated from time to time. The current rules are as detailed under,

1.NBE Leave Rules:

i.   DNB Trainees are entitled to leave during the course of  DNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE

ii.  A DNB candidate can avail a maximum of 20 days of leave in a year excluding weekly off/Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar.

  1. Maternity Leave :
    1. iii. Extension of maternity leave is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and after prior approval of NBE. The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training. NBE reserves its rights to take a final decision in such matters.
    1. iv. The training of the candidate shall be extended accordingly in case of any extension of maternity leave being granted to the candidate.
    1. v.  Candidate shall be paid stipend during the period of maternity  leave. No stipend shall be paid for the period of extension of  leave.
    1. Paternity Leave:
    1. i. Male DNB candidates are entitled for paternity leave of  maximum of one week during the entire period of DNB  training.
    1. No kind of study leave is permissible to DNB candidates. However, candidates may be allowed an academic leave as under across the entire duration of training program to attend     the conferences/CMEs/Academic programs/Examination purposes.
    DNB COURSE NO. OF ACADEMIC LEAVE
    DNB 3 years Course(Broad & Super Specialty) 14 Days
    DNB 2 years Course(Post Diploma) 10 Days
    DNB Direct 6 years Course 28 days
    1. Under normal circumstances leave of one year should not be carried  forward to the next year. However, in exceptional cases such as prolonged illness the leave across the DNB training program may be clubbed together with prior approval of NBE.
    1. Any other leave which is beyond the above stated leave is not permissible and shall lead to extension/cancellation of DNB course.

    7.Any extension of DNB training for more than 2 months beyond the scheduled completion date of training is permissible only under extra-ordinary circumstances with prior approval of NBE.  Such extension is neither automatic nor shall be granted as a matter of routine.

    1. Unauthorized absence from DNB training may lead to cancellation of registration and discontinuation of the DNB training and rejoining shall not  be permitted.
    1. Medical Leave:
    1. i. Leave on medical grounds is permissible only for genuine medical reasons and NBE should be informed by the concerned institute/hospital    about the same immediately after the candidate proceeds on leave on medical grounds.
    2. ii.  The supporting medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the Institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training and have to be sent to NBE.
    3. iii.  The medical treatment should be taken ordinarily from the institute/hospitalwhere the candidate is undergoing DNB training.  Any deviation from this shall be supported with valid grounds and documentation.
    4. iv. In case of medical treatment being sought from some other institute/hospital, the medical documents have to be certified by the Head of the institute/hospital where the candidate is undergoing DNB training.
    5. v. NBE reserves its rights to verify the authenticity of the documents furnished by the candidate and the institute/hospital regarding Medical illness of the candidate and to take a final decision in such matters.

    10.

    i.  A female candidate is permitted a maternity leave of 90 days once during the duration of entire DNB course.ii. The expected date of delivery (EDD) should fall within the  duration of maternity leave.

  2. The eligibility for DNB Final Examination shall be determined strictly in accordance with the criteria prescribed in the respective information bulletin.
    1.  
    2. HOSPITAL DETAILS :
    3. i. HCG K.R. Road – 220
    4. ii. HCG – BIO Double Road – 80

    Addresses and contact no of key functionaries of the Hospital :

    1. Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga – Medical Director – +919845365315

    Contact Address: Tower 2, OPD

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Prof. Ravi Nayar – Dean Academics – +919448480152

    Contact Address: Room No. 110, First floor, Tower 4

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. Dr. Bhattacharjee – Medical superintendent – +919611803015

    Contact Address: Tower 2

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P.Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    Documents to be provided at the time of joining:

    1. 1. Photocopies of all certificates & Marks cards.
    2. 2. Government issued ID proof.
    3. TIME LINE :
    Admission January to April for all Specialities Mode of selection – through CET/Centralized counseling By NBE New Delhi
    Submission of Annexure – A Immediately after candidate’s joining By the concerned Institute
    Admission Fees through INDIAN BANK within one month of joining By the Student
    These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student
    Appraisal Every year between April – June For all Specialities By NBE appointed Local appraiser
    CET Every year November/December For all Specialities By NBE New Delhi
    Applying for Exams Every Year in the month of December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Radiotherapy/Medical/ Surgical oncology By the Student
    Every Year in the month of June & December applications will be available in the NBE website during October/November For Pathology By the Student
    1. 1. Fees to be paid:

    DD/Cheque of Rs. 80,000/- favoring “Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd” payable at Bangalore.

    1. 2. Refundable deposits:    N/A
    1. 3. Karnataka Medical Council Certification:
    1.       a. You are expected to reregister your Medical Council                                        degree under KMC and the address is:

    #70, 2nd Floor, Vaidyakeeya Bhavana,

    K.R. Road, H.B.Samaja Road Corner,

    Basavanagudi,

    Bangalore – 560004, Karnataka

    Contact : 080 2662 0292

    1. b.Please provide the following :
    2. i.Certificate in original
    3. ii.2 photographs
    1. MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME :

    HCG has a programme to ensure that students truly find a home away from home in the institute. Staff members volunteer to take students under their wing and provide guidance and succor in time of need.

    Contact :

    1. SYLLABUS :
    1. a. DNB Radiotherapy Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    DNB RT Syllabus.pdf    (Appendix 1)

    1. b. DNB Pathology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

                                

                       DNB PATHOLOGY SYLLABUS.docx    (Appendix 2)

             

    1. c. DNB Medical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 3)

     

    1. dd. DNB Surgical Oncology Syllabus : (Please click on the link given below)

    (Appendix 4)

    1. LECTURE SCHEDULE : (please click on the below given link) 

              Appendix 1A (DNB Radiotherapy)

              Appendix 2A (DNB Pathology)

              Appendix 3 A (DNB Medical Oncology)

              Appendix 4 A (DNB Surgical Oncology) 

     

    1. THESIS :
    Thesis Thesis protocol Submission along with Ethical Committee & SRC Approval Within one month of joining By the Student
     DNB candidates are required to submit their thesis before the cutoff date which shall be 30th June of same year for candidates appearing for their scheduled December final theory examination.  Similarly candidates who shall be appearing in their scheduled June DNB final examination shall be required to submit their thesis by 31st of preceding December. These guidelines are applicable with immediate effect.  Accordingly, the candidates appearing for DNB final examination in June 2013 shall be required to submit their thesis latest by 31st December 2012. By the student

    Synopsis :

    • a. The Head of your department will allocate a guide for your thesis.
    • b. The topic for the thesis should be developed in consultation with the guide.
    • c. The method of writing the synopsis is as follows.
    • d. The basis of thesis writing is available in the form of a book which is available for purchase.

    Contact :    Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

    1. EXAMINATIONS ;

    Pattern:

    1. a.Theory Paper :
    2. i. Paper I   – 3 hrs
    3. ii. Paper II – 3 hrs

    Note: If the student passes in theory exam, then only he/she will be eligible to attend Practical examination

    1. b.Practical :

    Practical paper – 100 Marks

    1. RESEARCH :

    DNB Students are actively encouraged to participate in case report writing and retrospective and prospective research

    A bulletin of such activities is produced quarterly… link to pdf …

    1. LIBRARY : Contact address of Library

    Tower 2, Basement,

    Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd,

    #8, P. Kalinga Rao Road,

    Sampangiram Nagar,

    Bangalore – 560027

    1. EMERGENCY NUMBERS : 
    1. VACCINATION :

    Doctors are encouraged to get vaccinated against HepA and Hep B.. etc

    1. MEMBERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONS :

    Bangalore branch, State Branch, National Branch Students are expected to join           relevant city, state and National Associations and present papers in these conferences.

    1. QUESTION PAPERS :
    1. DNB SATELLITE LECTURES :

    Web site..link. Facility will be provided.

    Lectures should be attended as pre schedule in Library (for address check sl. 11 in 15th page )

List of faculty Members


DNB in Pathology


Sl.No Designation Name PG Qualification Total Professional experience No. of Research Publications
1 Professor Dr. Diganth hazarika MD Pathology 31 26
2 Dr. Shilpa Prabhudesai MD, DNB Pathology 17 5
3 Dr. Keshav Murthy MD, D.Bact 26 -
4 Dr. Aparna Ganguly MD Pathology 11 9
5 Associate Professor Dr. Rajiv Swamy MD Pathology, FRC Histo Path 7 1
6 Dr. Naveen Krishnamurthy MD, PDF, (Neuro Path) 7 5
7 Dr. Renu Ethirajan DCP, DNB, Pathology 7 3
8 Assistant Professor Dr. Payal Shrivastav MD Pathology, FRC Path 6 2
9 Dr. Tejeswini DCP, DNB (Pathology) 6 -
10 Dr. Mithua Ghosh M.Sc, Ph.d, Microbiology & BioChemistry 8 11
11 Registrars Dr. Syed Muqlisur Rahman MD Pathology 4 01 (ongoing)
12 Dr. Deepti Gupta MD Pathology 4 -
13 Dr. Nithin Bangera MD Pathology 4 -

List of Students 2017- 2018


DNB in Pathology


 

Sl.No

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Year

 

Duration of Year

 

1

Dr. Malla Venkata Anjani Sireesha (Primary)

1 st yr

2017-2020

 

2

Dr. Sukanaya.S.K (Secondary)

2 nd yr

2017-2019

 

3

Dr. Panchal Amey Chandrakant (Primary)

1 st yr

2016-2019

 

4

Dr. Kanika Tripathi (Primary)

2 nd yr

2016-2019

 

5

Dr. Karthick.R.G (Secondary)

Final yr

2016-2018

 

6

Dr. Vishnupriya (Secondary)

Final yr

2016-2018

 

7

Dr. Suhail Sayeed Mufti (Primary)

Final yr

2015-2018

 

8

Dr. Kanica Devender Chaudhary (Primary)

Final yr

2015-2018

 

9

 

Dr. Varadarajan.R (Primary)

Final yr

2014-2017

 

THESIS


DNB in Pathology


Sl.No

Reg. No.

Name

Topic

Name Of The Guide

Status

NBE

Publication

 

1

 

132-27017-112-102445

 

Dr. Lubna Rafiqi

 

Pathological And Immunohistochemical Features Of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (Gists).

 

DR. HAZARIKA

 

Accepted

 

2014

 

2

 

132-27107-112-102460

 

Dr. Deepti Sali

 

Pathology Of Breast Carcinoma Post Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

 

DR. SHILPA PRABHU DESAI

 

Accepted

 

2014

 

3

 

232-27107-131-107015

 

Dr. Richa Sharma

 

A Comparative Study Of Morphological, Cytochemical, Immunophenotypic And Cytogenetic Features In Acute Leukemias

 

DR. SHANTHA KRISHNA MURTHY

 

Accepted

 

2015

 

4

 

232-27107-131-106998

 

Dr. Susmitha C.S.

 

C-Met Analysis In Triple Negative Breast Carcinomas

 

DR. HAZARIKA

 

Accepted

 

2015

 

5

 

132-27107-131-107745

 

Dr. Poojala Sirisha

 

Role Of Microsatellite Instability In Colorectal Cancer

 

DR. APARNA GANGULI

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

6

 

132-27107-131-108142

 

Dr. Snehal Prakash

 

Role Of Immunohistochemistry In Diagnosing Metastatic Carcinoma Of Unknown Primary

 

DR. SHANTHA KRISHNA MURTHY

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

7

 

232-27107-141-109646

 

Dr. K. Divya

 

Clinocopathological Correlation With Biomarker Status In Non Small Cell Lung Carcinoma

 

DR. HAZARIKA

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

8

 

232-27107-141-109649

 

Dr. Shreya K.S.

 

Incidence Of Kras Mutations In Colorectal Carcinomas And Its Correlation With The Morphological Features

 

DR. SHILPA PRABHU DESAI

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

9

 

 

Dr. Kunal Sharma

 

Indidence Of Her 2/Neu Mutations In Gastric Adenocarcinomas And Its Correlation With The Morphological Features In Indian Population

 

DR. APARNA GANGULI

 

Accepted

 

2017

 

10

 

132-27107-141-201782

 

Dr. Varadarajan

 

Study Of Human Papilloma Virus In Oral And Head & Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma By Immunohisto Chemistry

 

Dr. Shilpa Prabhudesai

 

Submitted

 

-

 

11

 

232-27107-151-204166

 

Dr. Yashodha

 

Ki-97 Idex in Patients with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC) of Breast and its Correcation with other Prognositic Marker's

 

Dr. Diganta Hazarika

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

12

 

232-27107-151-204167

 

Dr. Reshma Haribhai Gurnani

 

The Histopathological Diagnosis Of Soft Tissue Sarcoma - Experience At A Tertiary Cancer Center

 

DR. SHILPA PRABHU DESAI

 

Accepted

 

2016

 

13

 

 

132-27107-151-204985

 

Dr. Kanica Devender Chaudhary

 

Study of histopathologic changes in explant liver specimens in ethnic Indian population, with an emphasis on early hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).

 

(Dr. Aparna Gangoli Change to) Dr. Veena.R

 

Submitted

 

-

 

14

 

132-27107-151-204982

 

Dr. Suhail Sayeed Mufti

 

Non-interventional, Comparative, Convenience Sampling, exploratory

 

Dr. Diganta Hazarika
Co-Guide: Dr Tejaswini

 

Submitted

 

-

 

15

 

 

Dr. Vishnupriya

 

Comparison of the Resection Margin Status in Various Grades of Adenocarcinomas of Stomach and the Role of Frozen Section in Assessing the Same

 

(Dr. Aparna Gangoli Change to) Dr. Tejaswini

 

Submitted

 

-

 

16

 

232-27107-161-208079

 

Dr. Karthick

 

Clinical Pathological Significance of CD30 in Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)

 

Dr. Diganta Hazarika

 

Submitted

 

-

 

17

 

132-27107-161-209304

 

Dr. Kanica Tripathi

 

Evaluation of CD34 Expression on Megakaryocytes in Patients with Myclodysplastic Syndsome

 

Dr. Tejaswini

 

Ongoing

 

-

 

18

 

132-27107-162-210647

 

Dr. Panchal Amey Chandrakant

 

To Evaluate the Role of Immunohistochemistry of P63, SMA and CK5/6 in the Differential Diagnosis of Papillary Lesions of the Breast

 

Dr. Veena Ramaswamy

 

Ongoing

 

-

 

19

 

Testing ID CD1650117

 

Dr. Sukanya.S.K

 

Study of Clinicopathological Profile and Chromosomal Abnormalities by FISH in newly Diagnosed Multiple Meloma

 

Dr. Shivani Vignesh

 

Ongoing

 

-

 

20

 

Testing ID CD1662707

 

Dr. Malla Venkata Anjani Sireesha

 

Pathologic Study of Hodgkin Lymphoma and its Association with EPSTEIN-BARR Virus

 

Dr. Diganta Hazarika

 

Ongoing

 

-

Focus Areas


DNB in Pathology


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RGUHS Affiliated Courses


Welcome to HCG Academics

Courses Affiliated to


Medical:

➣ Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology
➣ Fellowship in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology
➣ Fellowship in Onco Pathology
➣ Fellowship in Oral Oncology
➣ Ph D in Pathology Molecular Biology
➣ Ph D in Radiation Oncology
➣ Ph.D in Medical Oncology
➣ Ph.D in Head & Neck Oncology

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka a premier Health Science University in India was established on 1st June 1996 at Bangalore by the Govt. of Karnataka through its enactment of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka Act 1994 to encompass all the existing health science colleges and institutions which were earlier affiliated to the conventional universities in Karnataka with a purpose of ensuring proper and systematic instruction, teaching, training and research in modern and Indians systems of medicine.

The phenomenal increase in the number of institutions and students admitted to various courses of medical and allied health sciences warranted the need to regulate, monitor and standardize the curricula as well as the evaluation systems. Hence, RGUHS had the vision to bring in uniformity in the standards of teaching and have a common curriculum for the various courses offered in different colleges across Karnataka.

RGUHS is considered one of the top universities offering the best medical education in India with initiatives to make its syllabi for different courses of world class quality taking it to the forefront of Medical education in India.

Head and Neck Surgical Oncology

Welcome to HCG Academics

FELLOWSHIP IN HEAD & NECK SURGICAL ONCOLOGY

Duration:
•1 ½ years

•Session: January / July
•No. of Seats: 02

 

 

 

Recognized by: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

Eligibility Criteria: Post MS/ DNB in ENT from recognized University

 

 

Highlights of the course

The Comprehensive Fellowship program is targeted to train Otolaryngologist & General Surgeons who wish to upgrade their skills. To gain knowledge in various techniques, like Gain confidence in managing the set up individually with the necessary managerial & administrative skills. Intensive training and postings, Enhancing diagnostic, surgical & restoration skills to disseminate acquired scientific Knowledge, Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, Weekly seminars Case presentations & clinical discussions. Departmental Meetings &Tumor Board Meetings Research paper at the end of the Fellowship.

Mode of Selection: By interview by an expert Panel Constituted by professors and Head of the Department & also by representatives from RGUHS.

Prospectus


RGUHS in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology



 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL ENTERPRISES LTD

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar, Bangalore – 560 027.

 

INTRODUCTION:

 

Welcome to HCG. The HCG Group of hospital is South Asia's largest Cancer Care Network. The Specialist in Cancer Care, headquartered in Bangalore, India is the only dedicated cancer care network with quality care across 25 centers. It gives hope to over 100,000 new patients every year.

It is also the recognized leader in cancer care two years in a row, having established itself as a center for advance, complicated and recurrent Cancers. In recognition of our work we have been awarded leader of the year 2011 & 2012, the excellence in Indian Health Care Awards.

For over five years, HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has been defining the future of cancer care in India by designing, building and managing cancer centers with a steadfast vision: to transform cancer care environment by bringing core clinical services in one central place. The intent of this single place is to help patients achieve longer, better lives and to improve cancer care one center at a time.

At HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), we view each centre as a model of excellence, a place where technician can achieve professional fulfillment and breakthroughs in patient care. We are committed to creating an environment that fosters the professional and personal achievements of each person who crosses the threshold of a centre. And by sharing these achievements across the network, the achievements of each centre, each technician, and each hospital are further heightened. Patients are the beneficiaries of these achievements - every accomplishment brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal of longer, better lives for cancer patients and their families.

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has grown rapidly and is currently a leader in cancer care, managing a network of 25 cancer centers that span Asia. Each centre is provided with a business system, management expertise and capital resources to bring patient focused, state-of-the art cancer care to new regions.

In furtherance of the vision of the Institute, and that of its chairman, academics are a priority area at all levels.

HCG aims to make the experience of learning a truly rewarding one for the student who enrols, both during and by helping in placements even after the course is completed.

 

 

Fellowship in Head & Neck Surgical Oncology

 

Duration: 1 ½ years

Affiliated by : Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

Eligibility Criteria: MS/ DNB in Otorhinolaryngology / ENT from recognized University

Session: January & July.

No. of Seats: 02 in each speciality.

Courses will Stipend as per rules

 

Objectives:

  • To have a good knowledge about the Head & Neck Oncology procedures.
  • Skillful in treating the patients with high precision techniques.
  • Able to communicate with the patient about the techniques, the efficiency and the probabilities of cure and side effects with such techniques.
  • Recognize    the    need    of    continuing   education   for    professional development.

Unique features of the Course:

  • Exposure to all aspects of. Head & Neck Oncology
  • Training in various aspects of Head & Neck Oncology Procedures.

 

 

List of faculty Members


RGUHS in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology




 

Sl.No

 

Name of the Faculty

 

Designation

 

Qualification

 

Experiences

 

1

 

Dr. Vishal U.S.Rao

 

Professor, Course Convenor

 

MS, Fellowship

 

9

 

2

 

Dr. Mahesh K. Bandimegal

 

Professor & Head of Surgical Oncology

 

MBBS, MS, MCh

 

8

 

3

 

Dr. Gopinath

 

Professor

 

MBBS, MS, MCh, FRCS

 

38

 

4

 

Dr. Ravi C.Nayar

 

Dean Academics / Professor

 

MS, DNB, DCCF, DLO, RCS, FRCS

 

35

 

5

 

Dr. Ashutosh A.Patil

 

Asst. Professor

 

MDS

 

 

List of Students


RGUHS in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology


 

Sl.No

 

Roll No

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Year

 

Session

 

1

 

F-HN- 04

Dr. Rachana Prasad

2017 - 2018

January

 

2

 

F-HN- 03

Dr. Kinjal Shankar Mujamdar

2017 -2018

January

 

3

 

F-HN- 02

Dr. Sowjanaya Gandla

2016 -2017

January

 

4

 

F-HN- 01

Dr. Sataksi Chatterjee

2016 - 2017

January

THESIS


RGUHS in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology


Sl.No

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Topics

 

Guide

 

1

 

Dr. Sataksi Chatterjee

“A Pilot Study of Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Tongue Preservation in Locally Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Oral Tongue”

Dr. Vishal Rao US

 

2

 

Dr. Sowjanya Gandla

“Role of Imaging in Predicting the Deep surgical Margin in Gingivobuccal Cancers”

Dr. Vishal Rao US

 

3

 

Dr. Rachana Prasad

“Prospective study to assess residual thyroid tissue in whole body radio iodine (131I) scan in post total thyroidectomy patients and its correlation with serum thyroglobulin.”

Dr. Vishal Rao US

 

4

 

Dr. Kinjal Shankar Mujamdar

“A prospective, interventional, cohort study to evaluate incidence of isolated tumor cells in N0 (clinical, radiological and pathological) neck”

Dr. Vishal Rao US

Focus Areas


RGUHS in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology


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Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology

Welcome to HCG Academics

FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY

Duration:
• 1 ½ years

• Session: January / June
• No. of Seats: 02

 

 

 

Recognized by: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

Eligibility Criteria: MDRT/DNB (RT) from recognized University

 

 

Highlights of the course

The Comprehensive Fellowship program is targeted to train Radiation Oncologists who wish to upgrade their skills. Gain comprehensive exposure in HDR (High Dose Rate) facilities, Image bond 2D to 3D conformal brachytherapy. To gain knowledge in various techniques, like IGRT, IMRT, 3DCRT, Tomotherapy & CYBERKNIFE. Gain confidence in managing the set up individually with the necessary managerial & administrative skills. Intensive training and postings, Enhancing diagnostic, surgical & restoration skills to disseminate acquired scientific Knowledge Brachytherapy. Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, monthly seminars, case presentations & clinical discussions. Departmental Meetings & Tumor Board Meetings, Research paper at the end of the Fellowship.

Mode of Selection: By interview by an expert Panel Constituted by Professors, Head of the Department & also by representatives from RGUHS.

Prospectus


RGUHS in Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology


 

 

 

 

PROSPECTUS

 

for

 

FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCE TECHNIQUIES IN RADIATION ONCOLOGY

 

 

HEALTHCARE GLOBAL ENTERPRISES LTD

HCG Towers, #8, P. Kalinga Road, Sampangi Ram Nagar, Bangalore – 560 027.

 

 

Fellowship in Advance Techniques in Radiation Oncology

 

HealthCare Global – Bangalore Institute of Oncology invites applications for a 1 year Fellowship Programme in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Therapy. The first of its kind programme in India is recognized by Rajiv Gandhi. University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Govt. of Karnataka. There are about 400 teletherapy units in India, 80% percent of these are Telecobalt units and less than 20% are linear accelerators. The majority of post graduates in Radiation Oncology have had their entire training on Telecobalt machines with little exposure to any advanced radiation techniques, technologies. The Certificate Programme in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Therapy is a result of this need. HealthCare Global is a Comprehensive Cancer Care Centre with state of the art technology, which includes 3 Tesla MRI scanners, spiral CT scanner, nuclear medicine department with cyclotron, gamma cameras and High Definition PET-CT scanner. The radiation therapy facilities include multiple 3D-CRT; IMRT & IGRT enabled accelerator, Cyber knife, Hyperthermia and Brachtherapy services. Currently most of the telecobalt units are being replaced with high end linear accelerators. Hence there is an urgent need to upgrade the skills of radiation oncologists to keep pace with technologies. The Certificate Programme in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Therapy is a result of this need.

These are supported by site specific surgical oncologists and medical oncologists. The primary objective of the one-year Fellowship Programme is to enable the candidate to acquire clinical expertise in Advanced Radiotherapy Techniques and to complete a research project. The candidate will devote 70-80% of their time in clinical activities; the remainder is protected for research. Each candidate will have one or two faculty members assigned as supervisors, plus supervisors from other departments, whenever needed. On completion of the course the trainee will be able to manage a state of the art oncology center with high end radiation therapy facilities. He/ she will be able to increase diagnostic accuracy using the latest in radiological imaging, pathological and molecular staging, discuss the treatment needed in multi-disciplinary clinics, work with treatment simulators, plan using treatment planning systems and execute with confidence 3D Conformal Radiotherapy, IMRT, IGRT and Radio surgery.

 

Fellowship in Advance Techniques in Radiation oncology

 

Duration: 1 ½ years

 

Recognized by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Eligibility Criteria: * MDRT/DNB (RT) from recognized University Session: January & July.

No. of Seats: 02 in each speciality.

 

Courses will Stipend as per rules

 

The Comprehensive Fellowship program is targeted to train Radiation Oncologists who wish to upgrade their skills.

 

Gain comprehensive exposure in HDR (High Dose Rate) facilities, Image bond 2D to 3D conformal brachytherapy.

 

To gain knowledge in various techniques, like IGRT, IMRT, 3DCRT & CYBERKNIFE

 

Gain  confidence  in  managing  the  set  up  individually  with  the  necessary  managerial  & administrative skills.

 

Intensive training and postings

 

Enhancing diagnostic, surgical & restoration skills to disseminate acquired scientific Knowledge Brachytherapy.

Management skills – patient communication, Journal Seminar Meetings, Monthly seminars

Case presentations & clinical discussions. Departmental Meetings & Tumor Board Meetings Research paper at the end of the Fellowship

Mode of Selection: By interview by an expert Panel Constituted by professor and Head of the Department & also by representatives from RGUHS.

Supervising Residents & teaching DNB.



List of faculty Members


RGUHS in Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology




Sl.No Designation Name PG Qualification Total Professional experience No. of Research Publications
1 Professor Prof. Ramesh S. Bilimagga MD, DRM,FIAMS, FICS,PGDMLE, DMRD 35 8
2 Prof. Kumara Swamy MD,DNB,DMRT,FCGP 32 24
3 Prof. Gurunath Kilara MD, FICS 32 12
4 Dr. Somorat Bhattacharya MD 23 10
5 Associate Professor Dr. Nalini Rao MD, DMRT 20 5
6 Dr. Beliappa MD, DNB, DMRT 20 3
7 Dr. Sridhar P.S. MD, DNB 13 30
8 Dr. Vijay Bhaskar MD 8 6
9 Assistant Professor Dr. Premithao DMRT,DNB 3 01 ongoing
10 Dr. Sasikala DMRT, DNB 3 -
11 Dr. Aruna MBBS, MD 3 -
12 Registrars Dr. Madhusudhan. N MBBS, MD 3 -
13 Dr Adarsh C MD 1 year 2months -
14 Dr. Sunil R.A. MD 06months -
15 Dr. Nikesh H MD, DNB 03months -
16 Dr. Prathima Sivaguru DMRT 01year -

List of Students


RGUHS in Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology




 

Sl.No

 

Roll No.

 

Name of the Candidate

 

Year

 

Session

 

1

 

F-ATR - 02

 

Dr. Siddhart H Nagshet

 

2017 - 2018

 

January

 

2

 

F-ATR - 01

 

Dr. Vijaya Kumar

 

2016 - 2017

 

January

 

3

 

 

 

Dr. Arunlal

 

2012

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

Dr. Brahmanand Satapathy

 

2012

 

 

 

THESIS


RGUHS in Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology


Focus Areas


RGUHS in Fellowship in Advanced Techniques in Radiation Oncology


Logbook


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FELLOWSHIP IN ONCO PATHOLOGY

Welcome to HCG Academics

FELLOWSHIP IN ONCO PATHOLOGY

Duration:
• 1 years

• Session:
• No. of Seats: 01

 

 

 

Recognized by: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

Eligibility Criteria: MD Pathology / DNB Pathology

 

 

Objectives:


  • To Familiarise oneself with Histopathology in Oncology.
  • To understand the technique & implication of IHC and other high end diagnostic procedures.
  • To Publish and Present papers in Conferences.
  • To Conduct Academic studies in this area of oncology.

Unique features of the Course:


  • Exposure to all aspects of Pathology.
  • Hands on Training in techniques of Onco Pathology Procedures.



Prospectus



 

 

Admission guidelines for

FELLOWSHIP in  ONCO PATHOLOGY

For Admission forms & Prospectus:  

FELLOWSHIP  in ONCO PATHOLOGY

Academics & Research Department

# 8, P Kalinga Rao Road,
Sampangirama Nagar,
Bangalore, Karnataka 560027
Phone:080 4020 2250
Email id:hcgdeanacademics@gmail.com
Website:www.hcgacademics.com



Course: Fellowship in Onco Pathology

Affiliated to:Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka

Duration of course :1 year

From            to     

Admission Criteria :

  • DNB/ MD in Pathology

Objectives:

  • To have a good knowledge about the Pathology procedures.
  • Skillful in treating the patients with high precision techniques.
  • Able to communicate with the patient about the techniques, the efficiency and the probabilities of cure and side effects with such techniques.
  • Recognize the need of continuing education for professional development.

Unique features of the Course:

  • Exposure to all aspects ofOnco Pathology
  • Training in various aspects of Onco Pathology Procedures.



List of faculty Members


HEALTH CARE GLOBAL ENTERPRISES LIMITED, BANGALORE

COURSE: FELLOWSHIP IN ONCO PATHOLOGY

 

Sl.No

 

Designation

 

Name

 

PG Qualification

Total Professional experience

No. of Research Publications

 

1

 

 

 

Professor

 

 

 

Dr. Diganth hazarika

 

MD Pathology

 

31

 

26

 

2

 

Dr. Shilpa Prabhudesai

 

MD, DNB Pathology

 

17

 

5

 

3

 

Dr. Aparna Ganguly

 

MD Pathology

 

11

 

9

 

4

 

 

Associate Professor

 

Dr. Rajiv Swamy

MD Pathology, FRC Histo Path

 

7

 

1

 

5

Dr. Naveen Krishnamurthy

 

MD, PDF, (Neuro Path)

 

7

 

5

 

6

 

Dr. Renu Ethirajan

 

DCP, DNB, Pathology

 

7

 

3

 


List of Students


Fellowship in Onco Pathology





THESIS


Fellowship in Onco Pathology


Focus Areas


Fellowship in Onco Pathology


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FELLOWSHIP IN INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY


ONGOING THESIS




 

Sl.No

 

Name

 

Topic

 

Name Of The Guide

1 Dr. Pannag Desai.K.N “Transarterial Chemo-Embolization (Tace) With Lipiodal For Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Experience From A Tertiary Care Oncology Centre In Bangalore” Dr. Indushekar
2 Dr. Uma Pankar Ashok “Transarterial Chemo-Embolization (Tace) With Hepaspheres For Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Experience From A Tertiary Care Oncology Centre In Bangalore” Dr. Indushekar

Phd in Pathology Molecular Biology

Welcome to HCG Academics

PH.D IN PATHOLOGY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Duration:

•Session:
•No. of Seats:

 

 

 

Recognized by: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

Eligibility Criteria: from recognized University

 

 

Highlights of the course

HCG is committed to the highest quality of research in continuation of this vision a programme of research leading to Ph.d in Pathology & Molecular Biology has been envisaged to answer questions posed by rapid advances in the field.

Prospectus