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Fellowship Programme
Basic Fellowship Programme in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy

The North Zone of AICC RCOG is proposing to start a fellowship in Basic Gynae endoscopy surgery jointly with Ethicon to train the gynaecologists who are desirous of learning the techniques of this surgery, which will run continuously over a year, in a sequential manner and will be on a roll thereafter as a regular programme. This will be an ongoing activity, every year. It will endeavour to comply with RCOG standards. It will be a prestigious and much sought after fellowship.

Dr Urvashi Prasad Jha (MD,MRCOG,FRCOG,FICOG) will run the basic, comprehensive postgraduate training programme in laparoscopy and hysteroscopy with a defined syllabus covering anatomy, energy sources, ergonomics, tissue handling and suturing technique, the Fellowship Programme aims to introduce & develop the Fellow’s laparoscopic and hysteroscopic skills. The Fellowship Programme also incorporates an academic syllabus focusing on research leading to a publication by the end of the Fellowship Programme.

The mission of the Minimal and Natural Access Gynae &Gynae Cancer Surgery (MNAGCS) Department Fellowship Programme at Fortis hospitals is to help the gynaecological fellows gain the skills, knowledge and confidence needed to provide patients with safe, high-quality and cost-effective Minimally Invasive gynaecological treatment

The basic fellowship will enable a gynaecologist to learn the basic endoscopic level 1 & 2 procedures, over a consolidated period of 4 months. Only those who successfully acquire basic skills shall be able to progress and develop advanced skills in level 3 & 4 procedures, for which an advanced fellowship with programme is being set up lasting 18

Who should apply for this fellowship?

Gynaecologists who are interested to have clinical exposure and hands-on surgical endoscopic training can apply for the MNAGCS Unit Fellowship Programme.

Pre-requisite for MNAGCS Unit Observer-ship Programme

Applicants must fulfill the following criteria

  • At least one year of satisfactory completion of housemanship/internship
  • Completed specialist examination and recognized in their country of practice.
  • Currently practising in country of origin.

Pre-requisite for MNAGCS Basic Fellowship Programme

Applicants must fulfill the following criteria:

  • Postgraduate degree or diploma in department of Gynecology
  • Should have done basic gynae surgeries for 2-3 yrs, subject to quality & quantity of individual assessment
  • Should have good knowledge of anatomy
  • Should have good understanding of gynaepathology and altered anatomy
  • Should be willing to complete all aspects of the programme


Credit hours will be applied for to the Delhi Medical Association (DMA)

Funding & Selection:

All funding for MNAGCS Unit Observer-ship Programme and MIS Unit Fellowship Programme will be at the applicant’s expense. Attendance of conference and workshop will also be at their own expense. Once the Ethicon foundation clears sponsorship and makes payment to the AICC-RCOG North Zone, the fellowship amount will be given to one candidate every month. The onus for payment to the AICC RCOG North Zone Ethicon fellow will lie with Ethicon.

Contact of Organizer

Dr Uravshi Prasad Jha

Co-ordinator Endoscopy Fellowship of AICC-RCOG North Zone India

Director, Department of Minimal & Natural access Gynae & Gynae cancer surgery (MNAGCS)

Fortis FLT LT Rajan Dhall Hospital, B-1, Asaf Ali Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070. Fax: +91 11 42776221


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