Undergraduate students are posted in the pediatric department for 10 weeks during the course. During this period they are taught about common pediatric nutritional problems, common infectious disease and also about respiratory, cardiac, renal and neurological problems in children. At the end of the training they gain knowledge enabling them to serve as better doctors for the community. During the internship, they are given training for 1 month to handle sick children and neonates. They are also exposed to immunization practices.
Postgraduates are trained in areas of common pediatric problems, pediatric and neonatal emergencies. They also get exposed to super specialties like cardiology, nephrology, neurology and gastroenterology. They are also given special training in research methodology and are made to complete a thesis. They are encouraged to publish their work in reputed journals, present their papers and posters.
We encourage interested candidates to enroll for research work in pediatrics as our department has 2 PhD guides.