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Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery Training - General Surgeons

The training in Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery Training  Surgery is a specialized training program designed for General Surgeons who want to develop expertise in minimally invasive surgical techniques. The course is aimed at providing hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge in laparoscopy courses for general surgeons  surgical procedures.

During the course, participants will learn about patient selection, preoperative evaluation, surgical planning, and intraoperative management of complications. They will also gain experience in using the latest surgical instruments and equipment, as well as in managing complex cases.

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The training in Minimal Access Surgery Training  for General Surgeons is designed to provide training to general surgeons in the techniques of minimally invasive surgery. The course aims to enhance the skills of general surgeons in the use of laparoscopic  techniques for various surgical procedures.

The course is typically  includes both theoretical and practical training. The theoretical training includes lectures, simulator training and case presentations, while the practical training includes hands-on experience in performing minimally invasive surgeries under the guidance of experienced surgeons.

The course curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including laparoscopic cholecystectomy, appendectomy, hernia repair, fundoplication, colectomy, and other advanced laparoscopic procedures. 

Training in Minimal Access Surgery for General Surgeons is designed to provide comprehensive training in the use of laparoscopy  in general surgeries. The course aims to impart hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge of minimal access surgery to general surgeons who wish to enhance their surgical skills.

Course Duration: The course is available in two different durations:

  • 14-day program

The sessions for the course are scheduled for every 1st to 14th  and 16th to 28th day of each month.


  1. Educational Qualifications: Candidates must have a recognized medical degree (MBBS) from a recognized institution. Additionally, they must have completed a residency in general surgery.

  2. Candidates must hold a valid medical license from the Medical Council of the respective country where they completed their medical degree and residency.

When it comes to practical training, you’ll experience hands-on learning through independent sessions and real setups in the animal module. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to join actual operating theater (OT) sessions for surgical procedures, where the lead surgeon oversees the smooth execution of the entire process. This responsibility extends beyond the surgical steps to encompass the training of any assistants who will be assisting in the operating room.

Before an assistant can actively participate in a surgical procedure, approval from the lead surgeon is mandatory. This process ensures that the assistant has demonstrated the requisite skills and knowledge necessary for effective contribution during the procedure.

The paramount concern during surgical procedures is always patient safety. Consequently, the lead surgeon must take all necessary precautions to ensure the assistant is thoroughly prepared and capable of fulfilling their duties. This may involve providing additional training or supervision as deemed necessary.

It appears that there are 10 seats available per batch in minimal access surgery for General Surgeons. This means that in each batch, 10 General Surgeons can be accepted into the program to receive training in minimal access surgery techniques. 

Completing a training program and passing certification exams can be a valuable way to demonstrate your expertise in a specific field. For those interested in minimal access surgery, earning the  DMAS (Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery) can be an excellent way to validate their knowledge and skillset.

To get the certification it requires completing a comprehensive training program that includes both theoretical and practical components, followed by an MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) exam and a written exam.

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For Indian doctors, the course fee for the 2-week program is 1,50,000/-, 
The course fee includes the cost of tuition, training materials, and other related expenses. 

For International doctors, the course fee is applicable in US dollars.
The fee for the 2-week program is 3500 dollars, 
This fee includes the cost of tuition, training materials, and other related expenses. 

The registration process involves two steps,
Here’s a breakdown of each steps

  1. Paying the Registration fee 
  2. Paying the Admission Fee

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    Step 1: Paying the Registration Fee To reserve your seat in the course, you need to pay a booking fee of INR 10,000/- and USD 157 for International doctors. This fee ensures that your spot is secured and will not be given to someone else.

    You can pay the booking fee online or in-person at our Institute. If you choose to pay online, you can use our secure payment gateway to complete the transaction. Once you have paid the Registration fee, you will receive a confirmation email with your booking details.

    Step 2: Paying the Admission Fee On the day of joining the course, you need to pay the admission fee. This fee covers the cost of the course materials, training sessions, and any other resources required for the course. The admission fee is due on the day of the course, and failure to pay it will result in the cancellation of your booking.

    You can pay the admission fee in-person at our institute using cash or a credit/debit card. Paying the Admission fee

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  • Medicity Research Institute is proud to announce its affiliation with the International Board of Minimum Access Surgeons (IBMAS). This collaboration signifies the commitment of both organizations towards advancing the field of minimally invasive surgery and improving patient outcomes. IBMAS is a globally recognized organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the practice of minimally invasive surgery. The organization provides training, certification, and research opportunities to its members and promotes the use of minimally invasive techniques in various surgical specialties.

Why The Medicity?​

  • The faculty team consists of highly skilled surgeons who have received the prestigious Padma Shri award for their outstanding contributions to the field.
  • An AIIMS India retired professor, specialized in their field, will provide you with training.
  • Skill development officer responsible for daily endotraining tasks with a highly skilled and dedicated team
  • Intensive training for 8-10 hours per day on a daily basis.
  • The comprehensive training program integrates multiple learning modalities, including dry lab exercises, wet lab experiments, practical experience in a real operating theater, and theoretical lectures.
  • One of the largest training institutes in India boasts a state-of-the-art OT lab setup
  • The Training using a small batch approach, and to ensure specialized faculty is dedicated to each area of specialization.

Day to Day Course Schedule

  • Introduction to laparoscopic surgery, its history, and applications
  • Theoretical training on laparoscopic instruments and energy sources their uses
  • Familiarization with laparoscopic equipment, camera handling, and image orientation
  • Hands-on training on laparoscopic trainer for basic skills such as camera manipulation, instrument handling, and tissue dissection
  • Theoretical training on the anatomy of the abdominal cavity and its organs
  • Introduction to pneumoperitoneum and its effects on the body
  • Hands-on training on basic laparoscopic techniques such as port placement, tissue manipulation, and Extracorporeal and Intracorporeal suturing & Knotting.
    1 Rodder’s knot
    2 meltzer’s knot
    3 squre knot
    4 western knot
    5 surgeon knot
    6 dundeejamin knot
    7 tumble squre knot
  • Theoretical training on common laparoscopic procedures such as Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Laparoscopic Hernia Repair, Laparoscopic Colectomy, Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication, Laparoscopic Splenectomy, Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy, Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery, Laparoscopic Appendectomy
  • Theoretical training on laparoscopic complications and their management
  • How to manage complications that may occur during laparoscopic surgery:
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Organ damage
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Adhesions
  • Anesthesia complications
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • Pneumothorax
  • Live surgery in Real OT Setup (Observe, Assist and Hands-On)  

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Dr. Murali
Dr. MuraliGeneral Surgeon
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I came to The Medicity for General Laparoscopy Training. I had a great time and people here are so friendly and helpful also cooperative. Getting to be trained under great professor cum Surgeons in itself is huge feeling, Medicity institute is giving such opportunity I would like to say everyone must grab this opportunity. I learnt how to do a safe surgery, how to do complicated surgery with ease and maintaining all cool. I would recommend to all to come to The Medicity to enhance your skills in Laparoscopy surgeries.
Dr. Pk mohanta
Dr. Pk mohantaGeneral Surgeon
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I came here to The Medicity Hospital. It is a great place to learn. I built and gained my knowledge in surgical as well as theoritical aspect in laparoscopy. This Institute gives knowledge from basic to advance Training. I'm highly satisfied and obliged to be trained under such legendary professor's and Surgeons. I would also like to thank to The Programme coordinator's for their efforts and time they give to us.
Dr.Joshua General Surgeon
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I have come here at The Medicity Hospital for training in General Laparoscopy Surgery to acquire some Laparoscopic skills. the experience I gained here is beyond my expectations. What I thought vs when I came here , this Institute is very good and fulfilled all my needs and desires to learn from basic to advance in Laparoscopy. I'm blessed and obliged to get trained under the best mentorship and guidance from our Professor - Surgeons. I recommend all my friends to come to The Medicity Hospital to improve their surgical skills in Laparoscopy. The administration as well as programme coordinator are very supportive towards you.
Dr. Pooja
Dr. PoojaGynaecologist
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I came here at The Medicity Hospital for training in Gynaecology Laparoscopy. As I'm a fresher, in very thankful to all the Professor to introduce me to the Laparoscopy as I did not knew anything, everything was taught in clear and smooth manner. The Endotraining class was soo useful to me.
Dr. Kokila
Dr. KokilaGynaecologist
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I came here to The Medicity for Gynaecology Laparoscopy Training course, I found it really helpful and very useful. I am so glad that I have met the great Surgeons here. I'm thankful to all professor and surgeons who enlightened us with alot of information regarding laparoscopy. I'm thankful for this opportunity I took.
Dr. Kokila
Dr. KokilaGynaecologist
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I have come to The Medicity for Training in Gynaecology Laparoscopy. Good teachers with legendary Surgeons at The Medicity Hospital is something to be appreciated for all the upcoming doctors, who are planning to come at The Medicity Hospital. You will be trained and guided with utmost best professor cum Surgeons. I'm thankful to this opportunity.


  • Diagnostic Laparoscopy
  • Diagnostic Thoracoscopy
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic Appendicectomy
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Inguinal Hernia
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Hiatal Hernia
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Para umbilical Hernia
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Incisional Hernia
  • Laparoscopic Repair of Duodenal Perforation
  • Techniques to do laparoscopy with previous abdominal scar
  • Procedures for Prolapse and Piles
  • Suturing and Knotting of any visceral injury
  • Simple Thoracoscopic Procedures
  • Laparoscopic Management of Undescended Testes
  • Laparoscopic Management of Varicocele
  • Retroperitoneoscopic Nephrectomy
  • Retroperitoneoscopic Ureterolithotomy

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