Courses Offered

Courses Offered

Advanced Diploma Courses

Critical care is an upcoming specialty and presently has a huge shortage of trained dedicated manpower. Doctors are a major workforce in ICU teams. This course has been proposed to impart structured critical care training to doctors to improve patient management skills.

On completion of this course, the candidate will be able to

  • Recognize common rhythm disturbances.
  • Interpret blood gases and assess acid-base status.
  • Provide basic ventilator orders for most patients.
  • Classify shock and outline hemodynamic patterns.
  • Get awareness of the ethical principles pertinent to critically ill patients, especially end of life care and issues around withdrawing and withholding life support.
  • Get familiar with airway management and indications for intubation.
  • Use inotropes and vasopressors appropriately
  • Interpret an electrocardiogram and recognize important life-threatening findings.


  1. Resuscitation of critically ill patient
  2. Fundamentals of ICU Management
  3. Monitoring
  4. Cardiovascular diseases
  5. Central nervous system
  6. Hepatic & Gastroenterological disorders
  7. Hematology and Oncology problems in ICU
  8. Endocrine problems in Intensive care
  9. Obstetric problems in Intensive care
  10. Surgical problems in Intensive care
  11. Transplants in Intensive care
  12. Critical Care of a Trauma Patient
  13. Environmental injuries
  14. Infections
  15. Hospital Acquired infections

Resuscitation of critically ill patient

  • Airway, breathing and circulation during CPR
  • Pathophysiology and Management of shock
  • Acid base Disorders and Electrolyte Management
  • Blood transfusion and fluid therapy

Fundamentals of ICU Management

  • Sedation and Analgesia in ICU
  • Nutrition and Ulcer prophylaxis
  • Coagulation and DVT prophylaxis
  • Approach to fever in ICU
  • Sepsis and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome


  • ECG and diagnosing arrhythmias
  • Hemodynamic monitoring
  • Basics of Echocardiography and Ultrasound

Respiratory disorders

  • Oxygen therapy & Mechanical Ventilation
  • Acute Lung Injury and Acute respiratory distress syndrome
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases & Asthma
  • Pneumonia – community acquired & nosocomial
  • Pulmonary embolism

Cardiovascular diseases

  • Acute Myocardial infarction
  • Acute Myocardial infarction
  • Acute heart failure
  • Pericardial diseases
  • Intensive care after cardiac surgery

Central nervous system

  • Management of stroke and cerebrovascular complications
  • Seizures in critically ill
  • Brain death
  • Neuromuscular disorders in ICU
  • Psychiatric issues in ICU

Principles of Antimicrobial use

The critically ill child

  • Pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Care of a critically ill child
  • Pediatric emergencies
  • Fluid and electrolyte therapy in children

Hepatic & Gastroenterological disorders

  • Acute gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Severe acute pancreatitis
  • Hepatic failure
  • Peritonitis and intra abdominal infections

Renal disorders

  • Acute renal failure
  • Acute renal failure

Hematology and Oncology problems in ICU

  • Anemia and bleeding disorders
  • Hematological malignancies
  • Oncologic emergencies

Endocrine problems in Intensive care

  • Management of diabetes in critically ill patients & Diabetic emergencies
  • Thyroid emergencies
  • Adrenocortical insufficiency in critical illness

Obstetric problems in Intensive care

  • Obstetric emergencies in ICU
  • Obstetric emergencies in ICU

Surgical problems in Intensive care

  • Management of post operative cardiac patient
  • The acute abdomen
  • Pressure sore prevention, Necrotizing fasciitis and soft tissue infections

Transplants in Intensive care

  • Organ donation
  • ICU care of post transplant patients

Critical Care of a Trauma Patient

  • Traumatic brain and spine injury
  • Thoracic trauma
  • Abdominal and pelvic injury
  • Disaster management
  • Transport of a critically ill patient

Environmental injuries

  • Burns and hypothermia
  • Near drowning
  • Management of acute poisoning


  • Central nervous system infections
  • Pneumonia
  • Infective endocarditis and infections of Prosthetic valves
  • Tropical diseases
  • Infections in Immune compromised patient
  • Fungal infections

Hospital Acquired infections

  • Prevention and control of Nosocomial Infections in ICU

This course enables the candidate to gain experience in Emergency health services specially related to the provision of pre-hospital care and transport of the sick and injured. An Emergency Medical Service (EMS) can be defined as “a comprehensive system which provides the arrangements of personnel, facilities, and equipment for the effective, coordinated, and timely delivery of health and safety services to victims of sudden illness or injury.”

The aim of EMS focuses on providing timely care to victims of sudden and life-threatening injuries or emergencies in order to prevent needless mortality or long-term morbidity. The function of EMS can be simplified into four main components; accessing emergency care, care in the Community, care en route, and care upon arrival to receiving care at the health care facility.


Extensive practical training includes:

  • Patient transport
  • Airway and ventilation management
  • Trauma assessment and treatment
  • Resuscitation
  • Life support
  • Monitoring
  • and much more.

Course Content:

Introduction of Disasters, Types & phases of Disasters

  • Definition & Classification of disaster
  • Hazards, Vulnerability, Risk Analysis
  • Phases of disaster (Preparedness, Response, Mitigation, Rehabilitation)

Role of Community in Disaster

  • Composition of Community
  • Role & Responsibilities of -Govt., Central & State, Corporate Sectors,  NGO’s, Individual

Environmental laws, Rules, and Audit

  • Constitutional Provisions for Environmental Protection in India
  • International Environmental Laws
  • Audit-Definition, types, Benefits
  • Assessment

Emergency methods for carrying of casualty

  • Introduction
  • Factors deciding the selection of methods for carrying casualties
  • Different Types of methods
  • Practical exercise

Rescue operation in different types of Emergencies

  • Search, Rescue, and Evacuation in various types of disasters
  • Stages of search and rescue operation
  • Self-Rescue, rescue by a self-help group
  • Organize Search & Rescue team
  • Priority of rescue

Accident Prevention, Reporting, Registration Investigation

  • Definition
  • Types-Industrial Accidents, Transportation accidents etc.
  • Causes of accidents
  • Prevention
  • Reporting
  • Registration
  • Assessment

Fire-Home Safety, Workplace Safety

  • Types of fire
  • Types of fire extinguishers
  • Evacuation during a fire (smoke-logged room)
  • Emergency Evacuation plan
  • Demonstration & Practical
  • Assessment


  • Introduction
  • Handling of Medical Emergencies
  • Handling of Injury Emergencies
  • Practical Training
  • CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)& Introduction of AED
  • Hands-on Training
  • Assessment

Course Overview

  • Over view of the human body
  • Assessing emergencies and Victims pre-hospitalization
  • Respiratory and cardiac emergencies
  • Environmental and behavioral emergencies
  • Medico-legal Issues of EMS
  • EMT- Basic Pharmacology
  • Drug and Alcohol-related crises
  • Trauma Emergencies
  • Functioning in the pre-hospital care environment


  1. To be able to access routine pediatric & neonatal patients.
  2. To be well conversant with routine pediatric & neonatal problems along with their etiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis & management.
  3. To acquire skills in common pediatric & neonatal procedures as well as monitoring.
  4. To be well trained in managing pediatric & neonatal emergencies & continuation of care in the respective ICUs.
  5. To be able to understand the modern equipment along with use of them including ventilators.
  6. To manage the delivery room basics along with escalation of care for respective babies.
  7. To understand the need for multidisciplinary management of sick newborns as well as pediatric patients.
  8. To acquire the soft skills & counseling of parents, while treating patients admitted in NICU & PICU.


The Syllabus will be mainly divided under 2 main heads as:



a. PEDIATRICS    b. NICU     c. PICU


  • Initial assessment & history taking
  • Blood sample collection
  • IV caths

b) NICU:

  1. Neonatal resuscitation & initial assessments
  2. Blood sampling
  3. IV Cannulation
  4. Inserting feeding tube
  5. Urinary catheters
  6. Lumbar punctures
  7. Intubations & ventilation
  8. Umbilical arterial & venous catheterizations
  9. Placing ICD
  10. PIC lines insertions
  11. Transport of sick newborn

c) PICU:

  1. I V Cannulation
  2. Blood sampling
  3. Arterial line
  4. Intubation & ventilation
  5. Central line insertion
  6. Transport of sick child

Special Topics:

  • Record Keeping,
  • Medico legal aspect in pediatric and how to deal.
  • How to notify and importance of notifiable infectious diseases as well as GBS cases.


a. PEDIATRICS    b. NICU     c. PICU


  1. Record keeping
  2. Interpretation of lab reports
  3. Commonly used drugs
  4. Infection control protocols
  5. Severe dehydration
  6. Pneumonia/LRTI/WALRI
  7. Fever with rash
  8. Dengue
  9. Enteric fever
  10. Malaria
  11. Seizure disorder
  12. Congenital heart disease
  13. Anthropometry & its significance

b) NICU:

  1. Neonatal resuscitation
  2. High risk infants
  3. Birth asphyxia
  4. Care of preterm & low birth weight babies
  5. Feeding in preterm babies
  6. Neonatal convulsions
  7. Hypoglycemia
  8. Meconium aspiration syndrome/ PPHN
  9. Neonatal sepsis
  10. Anemia
  11. Fluid & electrolyte balance
  12. Management of surgical neonatal condition

c) PICU:

  1. Use of inotropes & drip calculations
  2. Pain management for patient in PICU
  3. Shock management
  4. Management of neurological emergencies
  5. Respiratory distress & failure
  6. Common poisoning
  7. Snake bite & scorpion bite
  8. Burns
  9. Head injury & polytrauma
  10. DKA
  11. Cardiac emergencies& management of CCF
  12. Pediatric emergency resuscitation
  13. Bio waste management

India is the world capital of diabetes. More than 5.5 crores have diabetes and 8.5 crores have pre-diabetes. Extensive training for the management of disease and its complications is a need of the hour. The course is planned and will be executed with the same idea.

  1. Diabetic OPD / wards
  2. Rotation in Neuroclinic / Foot clinic
  3. Rotation in Neuroclinic / Foot clinic
  4. Rotation in Cardiology (CCU, Cath lab) /strong>
  5. Rotation in Neuroclinic / Foot clinic
  6. Rotation in ICU/dialysis unit
  7. New Technologies in Diabetes management
  8. Rotation in Ophthalmology
  9. MNT and patient education
  10. And Much More………

Module 1: Diabetes Basics

  1. Introduction, Definition, History and Epidemiology of Diabetes.
  2. Classification and Etiopathogenesis of Diabetes.
  3. Diagnosis, Symptoms, Signs and Investigations in Diabetes.
  4. Metabolic Syndrome.
  5. Prevention of Diabetes.
  6. Understanding Glycemia, Monitoring of Glycemic Control.
  7. Developing Strategy for Management: A Case Study.
  8. Patient education, Behavioral Aspects & Health Care Delivery.
  9. Diet Modifications.
  10. Exercise and Yoga in Diabetes.

Module 1 – Objective

  • To learn epidemiology of Diabetes
  • To learn the basics of diabetes -Etiopathogenesis, Signs and Symptoms and Diagnosis of Diabetes.
  • To learn the basic difference between type 1 and type 2 Diabetes
  • To learn Preventive measures for Diabetes

Module 1 – Outcome

  • Doctors can diagnose Diabetes very easily
  • Doctors can advise general public for prevention of Diabetes
  • Learn the exact symptomatology to differentiate between type 1 and type 2 Diabetes.
  • Start the first line of treatment to patients as soon as one diagnoses Diabetes.

Module 2: Diabetes and Core Therapy

  1. Metformin
  2. Sulfonylurea and Meglitinides
  3. Pioglitazone
  4. Alpha Glucosidase Inhibitors and Bromocriptine.
  5. Management of Obesity.
  6. Post Prandial Hyperglycemia.
  7. Insulin Treatment in Clinical Practice.
  8. Monitoring of Blood glucose and Self-Monitoring.
  9. Preventing Diabetic Ulcer and Diabetic Foot.
  10. Intensive Glycemic Control: Lessons from recent trials

Module 2 – Objective

  • To learn basic /traditional treatment for Diabetic patients.
  • To learn self-help to Diabetic patients by exercise and yoga.
  • To learn how to manage obesity.
  • To learn of basics of Insulin therapy.

Module 2- Outcome

  • Learn drug dosages of basic medicines to treat diabetes.
  • Learn latest known side effects and of basic drugs to use them more safely.
  • Learn the limitations of traditional drugs in diabetes.
  • Students should have learned self-help in diabetes like exercise and yoga, diet modifications and management of obesity.

Module 3: Diabetes and Advance Therapy

  1. Incretin based therapy in Management of Diabetes.
  2. Intensification of Insulin Therapy (Including Analogues).
  3. Management of Type 1 Diabetes and Insulin Pumps.
  4. Hypoglycemia in Diabetic.
  5. Management of Hypertension in Diabetes.
  6. Dyslipidemia.
  7. Diabetic Dyslipidemia.
  8. How to manage diabetes in Pregnancy?
  9. Vitamin D Deficiency.
  10. Diabetes and Testosterone Deficiency.

Module 3- Objective

  • To learn advance therapy in Diabetes.
  • To learn more modern latest drugs available to treat Diabetes
  • To learn Diabetes and other co-morbid conditions.
  • To learn how to manage Diabetes in pregnancy.

Module 3 – Outcome

  • Learn drug dosages of latest medicines to treat diabetes.
  • Learn the latest surveys and studies conducted across the globe to know more about most modern drugs in diabetes treatment.
  • Learn to prevent, diagnose & treat the co-morbid conditions in diabetes like hypertension, dyslipidemia, Vitamin D deficiency, testosterone deficiency etc.
  • Learn about latest available insulin-its dosages, effects, side effects and limitations.

Module 4: Diabetes and Complications

  1. Diabetic Ketoacidosis & Hyperosmolar Non-ketotic state (HONK).
  2. Diabetes and Infections.
  3. Diabetic Nephropathy.
  4. PCOD
  5. Diabetic Retinopathy.
  6. Coronary Artery Disease in diabetes.
  7. Novel Cardiovascular Risk Markers.
  8. Diabetic Neuropathy.
  9. Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy and Sexual Problems in Diabetic Patients.
  10. Diabetic Foot.

Module 4- Objective

  • To learn different complications of Diabetes.
  • To learn how to prevent the complications.
  • To learn how to diagnose and treat the complications.
  • To learn the management of diabetic foot.

Module 4- Outcome

  • Learn to prevent, diagnose and treat the complication of Diabetes like nephropathy, neuropathy, Retinopathy and coronary artery disease in Diabetic patients.
  • Learn drugs and their dosages to treat infections in Diabetes.
  • Learn about autonomic neuropathy and Sexual Problems in Diabetic Patients.
  • Learn about diabetic foot-its diagnosis, systemic and local treatment, and its limitations.

The goal of this course in Obstetrics & Gynecology is to produce a competent skill-developed doctor who recognizes the health needs of adolescents, females in the reproductive age group & post-menopausal females. And is competent to manage the pathological states related to the reproductive system with knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, and Pathophysiology. Also, one who is aware of contemporary advances & developments in the field of maternal health & other related issues.

On completion of this course, the candidate will be able to:

  1. Develop the basic clinical skills of history taking, clinical examination and case presentation in Obs. & Gynaec.
  2. Obtain knowledge of the common clinical problems in Obs. & Gynaec.
  3. Understand physiology of basic complications and conditions in Obs. & Gynaec.
  4. Participate in delivery suite activities and undertake normal deliveries under supervision.
  5. Understand the principles and methods of fertility control.


Obs Topics-

  • Suturing Workshop
  • Labor & Delivery Workshop
  • Abnormal Labour and Malpresentations and Operative
  • Antenatal Fetal Assessment and IUGR
  • Interpretation of Maternal Fetal Cardiotographs
  • 1st Trimester Bleeding
  • Post Date and Induction of Labor
  • Postpartum Care
  • Newborn Assessment
  • Multiple Gestation
  • 2nd & 3rd Trimester Bleeding
  • Medical and Surgical Complications of Pregnancy and Diabetes
  • Prenatal Diagnosis
  • Sexual Assault
  • Hypertension in Pregnancy

Gynaec Topics-

  • Infections of the Upper Genital Tract PID
  • Vulvovaginitis
  • Contraception
  • Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and Fibroids
  • How to Obtain and Interpret Pap Smears
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain/Endometriosis
  • Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse
  • Workup of Pelvic Mass – Ovarian Cancer
  • Managing the Perimenopause
  • Management of the Infertile Couple
  • Secondary Amenorrhea
  • Delayed Puberty and Primary Amenorrhea
  • Pregnancy Termination


CGO is aimed at practitioners who have gained basic skills in non-complex obstetric procedures & gynecology and is designed to facilitate a better understanding of reproductive disorders and pregnancy issues, to be able to provide planned care.

On completion of this course, the candidate will be able to:

  1. Develop the basic clinical skills of history taking, clinical examination and case presentation in Obs. & Gynaec.
  2. Obtain knowledge of the common clinical problems in Obs. & Gynaec..
  3. Understand the physiology of basic complications and conditions in Obs. & Gynaec.
  4. Understand the principles and methods of fertility control.


» Menstrual abnormalities
» Menopause
» Uterine Fibroids
» Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
» Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
» Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
» Breast Disorders
» Infertility
» Family planning
» Conception and prenatal development
» Preterm Delivery
» Postdated Pregnancy
» Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy
» Diabetes and hypertension in pregnancy
» Normal pregnancy
» Labour and delivery
» High-Risk pregnancy
» Abnormalities and complications of labour
» Cesarean Section
» Ectopic pregnancy
» Drugs in pregnancy

As a primary physician, in the diagnosis of health conditions of the hair, nails, and skin you can diagnose more than 100 diseases, as well as cosmetic concerns. At one time or another, nearly everyone has some type of skin disease – infants, children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly. One in six (15%) of all visits to the family doctor (GP) involves a skin problem. The primary objective of this course is to diagnose common skin diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, and leprosy.


» Acne
» Eczema / Dermatitis
» Lichen Simplex Chronicus.
» Pyodermas
» Scabies and pediculosis
» Tinea infection
» Candidiasis
» Herpes Simplex /Zoster
» Warts
» Molluscum Contagiosum.
» Urticaria
» Vitiligo
» Psoriasis
» Scleroderma
» Chickenpox
» Alopecia Areata
» Leprosy
» Sexually transmitted Diseases
» Miscellaneous Dermatoses and Drug reactions.


  1. The goal of this course in Child Health is to produce a competent skill developed doctor who recognizes the health needs of children.

On completion of this course, the candidate will be able to:

  1. Develop the basic clinical skills of history taking, clinical examination and case presentation in Child Health.
  2. Obtain knowledge of the common clinical problems seen in daily practice.
  3. Understand the need for multidisciplinary management of sick newborns as well as pediatric patients.


» Common problems in newborn
» Common OPD illness
» Neonatal resuscitation with a demonstration
» Normal care of preterm babies and their feeding (Demo of tube feeding)
» Breast Feeding
» Gastroenteritis and its management
» Febrile convulsion and its treatment
» Meningitis and its management
» Fever for more than 7 days
» Jaundice
» Vaccines
» Deficiencies in growing babies (Iron, Calcium, Multivitamin
» Measles Mumps, Rubella, Chickenpox.
» Pediatric gastroenterology, herpetology, and nutrition
» Pediatric immunology, infectious disease, and allergy
» Pediatric intensive care medicine
» Respiratory disease
» Pediatric emergencies
» Investigations
» Common drugs used in pediatrics

Courses fees Details

  • Advanced Diploma in Critical Care Rs. 1,21,000
  • Advanced Diploma in Child Health Care Management, Rs. 1,21,000
  • Advanced Diploma in Maternity Health Care Management, Rs. 1,21,000
  • Advanced Diploma in Emergency Medical Services, Rs. 28,500
  • Advanced Diploma in Diabetology. The fee is ₹1,51,000.

Certificate Courses fees Details

  • Certificate Course in Gynec & Obs. , Rs. 6313
  • Certificate Course in Child Health Care, Rs. 6313
  • Certificate Course in Skin and Venereal Diseases, Rs. 6313

Fee Structure

  • For the courses whose fee is Rs. 1,21,000
  • The first installment is Rs. 61,000
  • The second installment of Rs. 60,000.
  • For other Courses, No Installation facility is there. One-time payment.

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