Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Overview

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College and Hospital was started in the year 2005. Since its inception it has grown into one of the well established departments of the Institution. The Department offers state of art treatment to all classes of patients. The department caters to the need of high risk patients from surrounding areas of Puducherry and Tamil Nadu. The services of trained specialists and a team of doctors are available 24/7/365 days.

In the field of Obstetrics, we are dealing with all high risk pregnancies. Normal deliveries are done free of cost and other operative and gynecological services are done at very nominal rate. Apart from routine gynecological surgeries, operative laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgeries are also done.

The department has

  • Diagnostic Ultrasound services
  • Well equipped obstetrics High Dependency Unit, ICU.
  • Family welfare facilities.
  • Assisted Reproductive centre

Vision

  • render evidence based medical education for the undergraduate and postgraduate students on optimal healthcare for women of all ages, and promoting clinical research to update the department as an excellent centre in the field of both Obstetrics & Gynaecology.

Mission

  • To impart medical knowledge, clinical skills, professionalism in both undergraduates and postgraduates and to inspire them for clinical research.
  • To provide holistic health care from puberty, reproductive period, menopause to postmenopausal age groups.
  • To decrease maternal mortality and perinatal mortality on par with international standards.

Program Specific Outcomes

Generic Outcomes

To provide understanding of anatomy, physiology and patho physiology of the reproductive system and gain the ability to optimally manage common conditions affecting it.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)-UG

PSO1-Describe the physiology of pregnancy, growth and development of fetus; Provide preconceptional counseling and antenatal care; Conduct a normal delivery and manage normal puerperium

PSO2-Identify and manage high risk pregnancies, abnormal labour including operative vaginal delivery and complications of puerperium

PSO3-Prescribe drugs safely and appropriately in pregnancy and lactation; Counsel the couples about birth spacing, and support in choice of contraception

PSO4-Describe the anatomy and physiology of female reproductive organs; Identify, evaluate and provide management for common gynaecological conditions, malignancies and infertility

PSO5-Describe demographics and vital statistics; Screen and counsel women for prevention of gynaecological malignancies

PSO6-To enhance lifelong learning behavior by updating existing knowledge and clinical skills by self-directed learning, reflective writing, seminars and attending Quiz, CME, workshops and conferences

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)-PG

  1. Provide quality care to the women in Antenatal, Intra-natal and post-natal period with low-risk pregnancy.
  2. Provide effective and adequate care to a pregnant woman with complicated pregnancy.
  3. Provide effective and adequate care to a normal and high-risk neonate.
  4. Perform obstetrical ultrasound in normal and abnormal pregnancy including Doppler.
  5. Manage effectively all obstetrical and gynecological emergencies and if necessary, make appropriate referrals.
  6. Provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of gynaecological problems including screening, and management of all gynecological cancers including during pregnancy.
  7. Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of infertile couple and have a broad based knowledge of assisted reproductive techniques including – ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection, gamete donation, surrogacy and the legal and ethical implications of these procedures.
  8. Provide counseling and delivery of fertility regulation methods including reversible and irreversible contraception, emergency contraception etc.
  9. Provide quality care to women having spontaneous abortion or requesting Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) and manage the related complications.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1 Acquisition and transfer of knowledge, skills, attitude and professionalism to undergraduate and postgraduate students for quality care and outcome

PEO2 Acquire, conduct, interpret, publish and translate knowledge and skills relevant in improving our field.

PEO3 Frequent update of knowledge and skills and implementing it in the practice.

Facilities

Obstetrics Services

Management of

  • Anemia complicating pregnancy
  • Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
  • Gestational diabetes complicating pregnancy
  • Antepartum hemorrhage
  • Recurrent pregnancy loss
  • Preterm delivery
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Eclampsia and epilepsy
  • Rh negative complicating pregnancy
  • IUGR
  • Post dated pregnancy
  • Post caesarean pregnancy
  • Bad Obstetrics history
  • Heart disease complicating pregnancy
  • Autoimmune disorder complicating pregnancy
  • Infections in pregnancy
  • Malpositions and malpresentations
  • Mental health and behavioural disorders in pregnancy
  • Screening for Aneuploidy
  • Antepartum fetal surveillance
  • Vaccination

Family Welfare Services

Temporary Method

  • Intrauterine contraceptive device insertion and removal
  • Oral contraceptive pills – hormonal & non- hormonal
  • Condoms
  • Antara

Permanent Method

  • Puerperal sterilisation
  • Laparoscopic sterilisation
  • Interval sterilization

Abortion services

  • Medical MTP
  • Surgical MTP

Gynaecology Services

Benign Lesions

  • Uterine fibroid
  • Benign Ovarian cyst
  • Uterovaginal prolapse
  • Adenomyosis, endometriosis
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Primary and secondary amenorrhoea
  • Menopause
  • Infertility
  • Precocious puberty and disorders of sex development
  • Mullerian malformations

Malignant Lesions

  • Screening procedures – Pap smear, Colposcopy, endometrial aspiration, HPV DNA testing
  • Treatment of pre-invasive cancer cervix- Cryosurgery and Cautery, LEEP, conization
  • Treatment of Cancers along with surgical and medical oncologist: Cancer cervix , Cancer endometrium, Malignant ovarian tumour and cancer vulva

ART centre

  • Ovulation induction
  • Intrauterine insemination
  • COH and ICSI
  • COH and In vitro fertilization

Instruments list

S.No Instrument Use
1 Multipara meter Monitors  Critical care monitoring
2 Pulse Oxymeters Critical care monitoring
3 Infusion pump Critical care monitoring
4 CTG Machines Fetal surveillance
5 USG – Portable / Non-portable Fetal surveillance
6 Colposcopy OPD screening – High risk cases
7 Diagnostic & operative laparoscope set Diagnostic operative laparoscopic surgeries
8 Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy set Diagnostic operative hysteroscopy and surgeries
9 Cryo/LEEP Cautery Treatment of CIN
10 Binocular microscope Recanalization surgery
11 Laminar flow Contamination free work environment in IVF & andrology lab
12 Co2 incubator To incubate eggs and media
13 Centrifuge IVF Semen preparation
14 Nickon inverted microscope ICSI
15 Nickon t2 microscope Identify gametes
16 Cryo cans Freeze semen / embryo
17 Testtube warmer Keep gametes in body temperature
18 Rocket suction pump Oocyte aspiration
19 Suction apparatus OT
20 Harmonic & Ligasure Operative laparoscopy

Faculty List

Name Designation
Dr. Jayasree. M Professor
Dr. A. Bupathy Professor
Dr. Poomalar. G.K Professor
Dr. Nivedita. K Professor
Dr. Priyadharshini. D Associate Professor
Dr. Ilamathi. S Assistant Professor
Dr. Rekha. R Assistant Professor
Dr. Divyapriya. R Assistant Professor
Dr. Inparasi. G Assistant Professor
Dr. Saranya Devi. L Assistant Professor
Dr. Amritha Raj. N P Senior Resident
Dr. Hemavathy. V Senior Resident
Dr. Arularasan. J Senior Resident
Dr. Kothalkeri Ketki Senior Resident
Dr. Depika B Junior Resident
Dr. Padmapriya S Junior Resident
Dr. Akalya V Junior Resident
Dr. Fathima S Junior Resident
Dr. Jedidiah J F Junior Resident
Dr. Pilli Mugdha Mounica Junior Resident
Dr. Subashree B Junior Resident
Dr. Varsha M Junior Resident
Dr. Arulmozhi . P Junior Resident
Dr. Shagina Banu. G Junior Resident
Dr. Keerthana Junior Resident
Dr. Iswarya. M Junior Resident
Dr. Chethan H B Junior Resident
Dr. Pooja Lakshmi. M Junior Resident

Special Clinics

Day Clinic Time
Monday MTP Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Tuesday Family Welfare Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Wednesday Cancer Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Thursday Menopause Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Thursday Endocrinology Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Daily Infertility Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Daily Post Natal Clinic 8.30am to 4.00 pm
Daily Antenatal Clinic& High Risk Pregnancy 8.30am to 4.00 pm

Academics

  1. Academic Activities

  2. Undergraduate

Our Department is involved in student training from phase II onwards, with particular emphasis in the phase3 part II. During this period, Students are posted in labour room for a period of 2 weeks with morning and night shift and also attend operation theatre to observe surgeries.

Year Clinical Posting lecture Small group teaching SDL Skill lab
Phase II 8 weeks 25     3 hours per week
Phase III part I 4 weeks 25 35 5 3 hours per week
Phase III part II 8 weeks 70 125 15 3 hours per week

Assessment plan

Year Theory Practical
Phase II (yearly twice) MCQ Clinical Exam
Phase III part I (yearly twice) MCQ OSCE
Phase III part II ( four exams) Theory + MCQ OSCE + Clinical Exam & Viva

Internship

During the 7 week period, emphasis is placed on history and physical examination skills in the evaluation and management of pregnancy, vaginal delivery, and both office gynecology and gynecologic surgical procedures through exposure to patients in the outpatient clinics, Labor and Delivery, and the operating room. The student participates in all the academic functions of the department including conferences, grand rounds, lectures, and weekly case studies. A one-day orientation is held at the beginning of the internship, and students will attend a modified simulation session for OB and Surgical skills during the first week. 

  1. Postgraduate

Our clinical training is founded on the care of a diverse patient population and includes immersion in the traditional subspecialties of Maternal- Fetal medicine, Gynecology oncology, Reproductive endocrinology & Infertility, Urogynaecology, Family planning and Peadiatric and Adolescent Gynaecology. We complement our clinical training with access to a wealth of academic opportunities. Training is further enhanced by a robust, longitudinal simulation experience. After residency, about half of our residents pursue subspecialty training and the other half of our graduates pursue generalist practice and are well prepared for the full range of practice opportunities including private, community, and academic settings. 

Rotation

PG (Year-1) PG (Year-2) PG (Year-3)
Orientation - 4 weeks District residency program - 12 weeks Outpatient procedure clinic – 2weeks
Labour room – 12 weeks Labour room - 12 weeks Labour room - 12 weeks
MFM - 12 weeks MFM 8 weeks MFM - 10 weeks
Benign Gynecology – 12 weeks Benign Gynecology - 8 weeks Benign Gynecology - 10 weeks
Radiology - 2 weeks Neonatology -2 weeks Surgical Oncology - 2 weeks Anaesthesia - 2 weeks MIGS - 8 weeks
HDU - 2 weeks HDU 2 weeks HDU - 2 weeks
Family planning – 2 weeks Family planning - 2 weeks Family planning - 4 weeks
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
I week Lecture Tutorials Case presentation Group discussion Log book review
II week Lecture Scientific Society Seminar Journal club Group discussion
III week Lecture Seminar Case presentation Group discussion Thesis review
IV week Lecture Symposium Symposium Journal club Group discussion
Interdepartmental meeting – Once in two months (Radiology, Pathology &Paediatrics)

Research

Sl. No Title of the paper Name/s of the author/s Name of journal Date of Acceptance Year of publication ISSN number Link of the article Name of the indexing database Type
1 A clinico pathological study of adenomyosis Bupathy A, Jayasree M JCDR 16.02.2012 2012   https://scholar.google.co.in/scholar?q=A+clinico+pathological+study+of+adenomyosis+bupathy+A&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart Pub med central National
2 Evaluation of complications of abdominal and vaginal hysterectomy Shanthini NF, Poomalar GK, Jayasree M, Bupathy A IJRCOG 13.12.2012 2012   https://www.researchgate.net/publication/276453986_Evaluation_of_complications_of_abdominal_and_vaginal_hysterectomy Index Copernicus National
3 A study of benign adnexal masses Jayasree M, Bupathy A IJRCOG 05.12.2012 2012 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/152 Index Copernicus National
4 The Quality of life during and after menopause among rural women Poomalar GK, Bupathy A JCDR 10.11.2012 2013   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3576769/ Pub med central National
5 Hemoperitoneum a diagnostic dilemma a solid ovarian tumour mimicking ruptured ectopic pregnancy Sheelaa WG, Jayasree M, IJRCOG 04.14.2013 2013 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/227 Index Copernicus National
6 Spindle cell epithelioma: A rare vaginal tumor – A clinic pathologic report Nivedita K, Sowmya, Shanthini NF JCDR 05.06.2013 2013   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3782956/ Index Copernicus National
7 Trials and tribulations of the primi mother in breast feeding Sindhu S,Jayasree M, Bupathy A IJRHC   2013        
8 Encapsulated vaginal pessary Jayasree M, Bupathy A. IJRCOG 11.07.2013 2013 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/148 Index Copernicus National
9 Menstrual abnormalities in school going girls are they related to dietary and exercise pattern. Rupavani K, Veena KS, Subitha L, Hemanthkumar VR, Bupathy A JCDR 29.08.2013 2013   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3879880/ Pub med central National
10 Sexual health education-is it still a taboo? A survey from an urban school in Puducherry Jayasree M, Sindhu S IJRCOG 02.02.2014 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/806 Index Copernicus National
11 Placenta percreta in primigravida, an unsuspected situation Bhuvaneshwari R, Nisha K, Sowmya S IJRCOG 09.12.2013 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/830 Index Copernicus National
12 Impact of socio-cultural factors on postpartum depression in South Indian women G.K. Poomalar, Bupathy A IJRCOG 25.03.2014 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/889 Index Copernicus National
13 Knowledge, Awareness and prevention of Cervical cancer Jansirani S, Bhuvaneshwari R JCDR 13.04.2014 2014   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4129340/ Pub med central National
14 Uterovaginal prolapse with myiasis: a case report Ananthi K, N F Shanthini IJRCOG 03.05.2014 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/972 Index Copernicus National
15 Scar endometriosis following hysterotomy: a case report Sasikala R, Nivedita K, Shivaranjani KS IJRCOG 19.08.2014 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1172 Index Copernicus National
16 Knowledge attitude and practice of emergency contraception on nursing personnel Nivedita. K, N F Shanthini JCDR 13.08.2014 2014   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4225941/ Pub med central National
17 Postmenopausal Huge Ovarian Leiomyoma: A rare presentation Sasikala. R, Rupavani. K JCDR 08.09.2014 2014   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4290295/ Pub med central National
18 Role of transvaginal sonography and hysteroscopy in abnormal uterine bleeding Nivedita. K, N F Shanthini IJRCOG 19.09.2014 2014 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1288 Index Copernicus National
19 A case series of scrub typhus in obstetrics G.K. Poomalar, Rekha. R JCDR 20.09.2014 2014   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4316302/ Pub med central National
20 Is it safe to provide abortion pills over the counter? A study on outcome following self-medication with abortion pills Nivedita. K, N F Shanthini JCDR 18.11.2014 2015   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4347129/ Pub med central National
21 Changing trends in management of gestational diabetes mellitus Gunasekaran Kala Poomalar WJD 29.12.2014 2015 1948-9358 https://www.wjgnet.com/1948-9358/journal/v6/i2/index.htm Pub med central International
22 Factors influencing fertility outcome after ectopic pregnancy: a descriptive observational study Veena. K.S, Vidyameena. R, Rupavani K IJRCOG 09.05.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2014 Index Copernicus National
23 Perforated transverse vaginal septum: a rare case report Sasikala R, M Priyadarshini, GK Poomalar IJRCOG 06.06.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2109 Index Copernicus National
24 Why women seek abortion? A qualitative study on perspective of rural women on abortion an contraception NF Shanthini, Nivedita K, Amol Dongre IJRCOG 09.07.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2084 Index Copernicus National
25 Sertoli leydig cell tumor with rare form of presentation Sasikala R, Akshya Prabha V, Gayathri M IJRCOG 17.08.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2201 Index Copernicus National
26 Prevalence of urinary incontinence in reproductive women and its impact on quality of life G.K. Poomalar, Priyadharshini. M IJRCOG 14.08.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2131 Index Copernicus National
27 Contraeption module: innovative strategies to improve students learning Jayasree M, Bupathy A IJRCOG 02.09.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2161 Index Copernicus National
28 The knowledge and attitude of breast self examination and mammography among rural women Veena. K.S, Rupavani K, Rekha.R IJRCOG 09.09.2015 2015 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2166 Index Copernicus National
29 Knowledge, attitude and practices of pregnant women regarding anemia, iron rich diet and iron supplements and its impact on their hemoglobin levels Nivedita. K, Fatima Shanthini N. IJRCOG 07.01.2016 2016 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/598 Index Copernicus National
30 Knowledge and attitude regarding obstetric ultrasound among pregnant women: a cross sectional study Nivedita K, Ananthi K IJRCOG 02.06.2016 2016 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1327 Index Copernicus National
31 Awareness of labour analgesia among antenatal women in semi urban area G.K. Poomalar, Lakshmi Sameera IJRCOG 04.07.2016 2016 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1452 Index Copernicus National
32 Awareness of cord blood banking among pregnant women in semi urban area G.K. Poomalar, Jayasree M IJRCOG 04.07.2016 2016 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1450 Index Copernicus National
33 Attitude of obstetricians regarding labor analgesia and limitations in practicing it Bhuvaneshwari K, Chellammal KR IJRCOG 13.01.2017 2017 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/1571 Index Copernicus National
34 Prevalence of anemia among female medical students and its correlation with menstrual abnormalities and nutritional habits Bhuvaneshwari K, Erli AI IJRCOG 24.04.2017 2017 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/2840 Index Copernicus National
35 Thyroid disorders in women with abnormal uterine bleeding Rini Ezhil, Nivedita K, Shanthini NF IJRCOG 06.03.2018 2018 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/4441 Index Copernicus National
36 A study on association of preoperative anaemia and obesity with causes and postoperative outcome in women undergoing hysterectomy for abnormal uterine bleeding Manju Parkavi S, Jayasree M, Sasikala R IJRCOG 03.04.2018 2018 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/4665 Index Copernicus National
37 A case report of pyoperitoneum due to rupture of intramyometrial abscess in Non-gravid uterus Poomalar GK, Sasikala R, Nivedita K, JOG   2019   https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31339404/ PubMed International
38 Mature teratoma with gliomatosis peritonei with abdominal tuberculosis - A diagnostic dilemma Veena KS JOGS   2020 ISSN: 1042-4067 https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/gyn.2020.0130 PubMed International
39 Management of Infertility—Recommendations in the COVID-19 Era Sendhil C Arumugam1, Jayasree Manivasakan2, Syed Habeebullah3 SBV Journal of Basic, Clinical and Applied Health Science   2020 2582-5593 https://jbcahs.sbvjournals.com/doi/JBCAHS/pdf/10.5005/jp-journals-10082-02253 Google Scholar, J-Gate International
40 Comparison of PGE2 gel alone versus sequential use of Foley's catheter and PGE2 gel in the ripening of unfavorable cervix: a retrospective study Veena KS, Preethi N, Monisha N IJRCOG 01.12.2020 2021 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/download/9528/6131 Index Copernicus National
41 Fetomaternal trauma in instrumental deliveries - a retrospective comparative study Nitya R, Veena KS, R Rajaeswari The New Indian Journal of OBGYN 07.09.2020 2021 2454-2334 https://oa.mg/work/10.21276/obgyn.2022.8.2.18 Index Copernicus National
42 Maternal and fetal complications during pregnancy and puerperium in obese women Mrudula Munibala, veena KS The New Indian Journal of OBGYN   2021 2454-2334 https://www.journal.barpetaogs.co.in/pdf/0869.pdf Index Copernicus National
43 Attitude to counseling and testing for HIV and knowledge about prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV in men accompanying antenatal attendees at a tertiary care hospital in South India Nivedita K*, Shanthini N F IJRCOG 09.04.2021 May 2021 2320-1770 https://go.gale.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE%7CA663200421&sid=googleScholar&v=2.1&it=r&linkaccess=abs&issn=23201770&p=AONE&sw=w&userGroupName=anon~2eede9 Index Copernicus National
44 Effect of vaginal pH on efficacy of dinoprostone gel for labour induction: a cross-sectional study G. K. Poomalar, Shanthini N F & Rini Ezhil JOG   21.05.2021   https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01443615.2021.1904225?journalCode=ijog20 PubMed International
45 Diagnostic Dilemma in a 75-Year-Old Woman Presenting with Acute Pain in Her Abdomen GK Poomalar, Shanthini N F, Uma Mageswari A, JOGS   2021 1042-4067 https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/gyn.2020.0100?journalCode=gyn PubMed International
46 Vulval lymphangiectasia in pregnancy—a rare case report Poomalar G K Jayasree M JOGR 13.03.2021 2021 1447-0756 https://obgyn.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jog.14778 PubMed International
47 Diagnostic accuracy of uterine artery and spiral artery Doppler for evaluation of endometrial pathology in postmenopausal bleeding Noorul Nasheeha, Poomalar GK JGOHP 16.08.2021 2021   https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34418593/ PubMed International
48 Comparison of intravenous paracetamol infusion versus intramuscular tramadol as labor analgesia: a randomized control trial N. Monisha, G. K. Poomalar AOGO 4/18/2022 2022   https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35552513/ PubMed International
49 A cross sectional study on etiology of female infertility Priyadharshini D. GJRA   2022 2277-8160 https://www.worldwidejournals.com/global-journal-for-research-analysis-GJRA/article/a-cross-sectional-study-on-etiology-of-female-infertility/MjI4NDU=/ PubMed International
50 A prospective comparation of outcome of labour induction with vaginal misoprostol and intravenous oxytocin in term pre-labour rupture of membranes. Priyadharshini D. EJMCM   2022 2515-8260 https://ejmcm.com/article_18454_34b9104e88d0f9d0ef3ebdde4acfaa1c.pdf Citation Index International
51 An unusual case of laparoscopic appendicectomy scar site endometiosis Poomalar GK, Nivetha E, Subhasri S, Bupathy A IJRCOG 29.06.2022 2022 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/11858 Index Copernicus National
52 Aggressive angiomyxoma- A rare tumor often misdiagnosed Ashachandran, Nivedita, Bupathy, Poomalar, Srivani. JMSCR   2022 2455-0450 https://jmscr.igmpublication.org/home/index.php/archive/205-volume-10-issue-10-october-2022/10500-aggressive-angiomyxoma-a-rare-tumor-often-misdiagnosed Crossref-DOI National
53 Association of anti-mullerian hormone and free androgen index level on response to clomiphene citrate in PCOS infertile women Jasmine Kavitha W, Jayasree M, Poomalar G K, Sasikala R Gyn.&Obs.Cli.Med       https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2667164622000963 DOAJ International
54 A rare case report of immune- related pseudotumor of ovary mimicking ovarian malignancy Poomalar G K, Rajkumar S, Thara K, Srinivas B H IJRCOG 04.08.2023 2023  2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/13416 Index Copernicus National
55 E-learning as a tool to impart knowledge of surgical procedures in the undergraduate medical teaching Poomalar G K,Ilamathi S, Nivedita K, Bupathy A, Jayasree M IJRCOG 07.08.023 2023 2320-1770 https://www.ijrcog.org/index.php/ijrcog/article/view/13417 Index Copernicus National

Awards

Postgraduates Achievements

Sl. No. Name Year Programme Topic Award
1 Dr. S. Sindhu 2012-15 Yuva FOGSI Paper presentation Best paper
2 Dr. K.S. Shivaranjani 2013-16 AICOG Paper presentation 2nd prize
3 Dr. K. Rini Ezhil 2015-18 JIPMER Quiz 3rd prize
4 Dr. K. Rini Ezhil Dr. S. Manju Parkavi 2015-18 JIPMER Quiz 3rd prize
5 Dr. Noorul Nasheeha. N 2017-20 International conference on Women’s Health Paper presentation 1st prize
6 Dr. Priyadharshini. V 2018-21 International conference on Women’s Health Poster presentation 3rd prize
7 Dr. Depika. B 2021-24 SIMSCON 2022 Poster presentation 3rd prize
8 Dr. Depika. B Dr. Padmapriya. S 2021-24 World Breastfeeding Week – 2022 Poster presentation 2nd prize
9 Dr. Depika. B Dr. Padmapriya. S 2021-24 World Breastfeeding Week – 2023 Poster presentation 1st prize

University Medals:

Name of the Post graduate Batch University exam medal
Dr. S. Sindhu 2012-2015 Gold
Dr. K. Rini Ezhil 2015-2018 Gold

Faculty

Sl.No. Name Programme Awarded by Date of the award
1 Dr. M. Jayasree Advanced training in infertility CIMAR Jan 2019
Team STEPPS Master Trainer American Hospital Association March 2023
NHET SIM Monash University 2023
2. Dr. Poomalar. G.K MRCOG RCOG June 2019
FMIS in Pelvic surgery Sunrise Hospital, Cochin. 2022
Observership in Gyn. Oncology Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology Sep. 2022
3 Dr. K.S. Veena MRCOG RCOG Jan. 2019
4 Dr. Gayathri Mohan FMIS in pelvic surgery Sunrise Hospital, Kerala Sep. 2019
5 Dr. Rekha. R Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine   Jan. 2021
6 Dr. Ilamathi. S RGUHS Gold Medal 2017
MRCOG RCOG July 2022
FMAS WALS Nov. 2022
FISUOG ISUOG 2023

Outreach (Community)Programmes

  • Conducted cervical cancer screening and Breast cancer screening for Women Police and the Women members of Police department on “International Women’s Day” 8th March 2020, collaboration with OGSP.
  • Cervical cancer screening and Breast cancer screening was done for members involving all institutes under SMVE trust, SMVMCH campus International Women’s Day” 8th March 2021
  • Breast cancer awareness programme from 11.10.2021 to 17.10.2021patient education program was conducted. A mannequin was used by faculties and postgraduate students to explain methods of self-breast examination.
  • In view of International Women’s Day” 8th March 2023 Model Making, Essay writing and Rongoli competition was conducted involving all institutes under SMVE trust on the theme “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality
  • Community visited Thiruvennainallur Rural Health Training Centre every Friday between 8am to 1pm.
  • Well woman Camp was conducted on 12.03.2023 Appampattu along with department of medicine and cardiology

Events

Awareness on Human papilloma virus vaccination

Type of the event: Community reach programme
Date: 27.05.2024 (Monday)
Time: 10.30 am to 11.30 am
Venue: Sri Manakula Vinayagar Nursing College, Madagadipet.

Description of the event:
Cervical cancer is still the leading cancer among females in our country. World Health Organisation has set a 90-70-90 target (at least 90% of girls should be vaccinated; 70% of women should be screened for cervical cancer; 90% of women with cervical intra epithelial neoplasia should be treated) aiming to eliminate cervical cancer by 2030. In order to aid that goal, awareness talk on HPV vaccination was organised by Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology to final year students of Sri Manakula Vinayagar Nursing College on 27.05.2024 between 10.30 am and 11.30 am. The talk was delivered by Dr. Hemavathy, Senior Resident, Department of OBG, SMVMCH. Around 90 students attended the session. Programme was highly appreciated by the students.

Basics and Complications of Minimally Invasive Surgery

Event Name: Basics and complications of minimally invasive surgery 2024
Date: 01-MARCH-2024
Time: 12.00am to 01.00pm
Venue: Conference hall 4th floor
Department: OBG Department

On 01st March, 2024, a guest lecture was given by Dr Lakshmi Sameera, Consultant Gynaecologist, on “BASICS AND COMPLICATIONS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY” and it was attended by postgraduates and undergraduates at conference hall, SMVMCH by 12.00pm.

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has revolutionized the field of surgery by offering patients less invasive alternatives to traditional open surgeries. These techniques utilize small incisions, specialized instruments, and advanced imaging technologies to perform complex surgical procedures with reduced trauma to the body. While MIS offers numerous benefits, it is essential to understand both its basics and potential complications to ensure patient safety and optimal outcomes.

She has thought us about the Basics of Minimally invasive surgery & given us a good knowledge of different types of incisions, port placement, how to handle the laproscopic equipment and its parts, different types of techniques used. And all the advantages, disadvantages, risks related to the procedures, Intraoperative and post operative complications. She has shared her valuable personel experience about the challenges related to MIS, which she had faced in her journey of life

MIS techniques encompass various procedures across multiple medical specialties, including laparoscopic surgery, robotic-assisted surgery, endoscopic procedures, and percutaneous interventions.

Minimally Invasive Surgery has become increasingly prevalent across various medical specialties due to its numerous advantages over traditional open surgery. However, like any surgical procedure, MIS is associated with potential complications that require careful consideration and management. Surgeons must possess adequate training, expertise, and familiarity with advanced technologies to minimize the risk of complications and ensure the safety and well-being of patients undergoing minimally invasive procedures.

This session enlightened the knowledge of students.

International Women’s Day – 2024

Date: 08-MARCH-2024
Time: 09.00 AM – 01.00 PM
Venue: AUDITORIUM BASEMENT
  • March 8 is observed as the International Women’s Day each year.Celebrating Women's Day is an opportunity to appreciate the remarkable contribution of women to our society.
  • In this regard,Department of obstetrics and gynaecology organized a program with the theme ‘Invest in women- Accelerate progress’.
  • This theme is based on United nation’s unwomen.org recommendations. The objective is to inspire society in invest in women in terms of Health, Education, Equal opportunity to achieve an accelerated progress.
  • It was a two-day program which was started with a rangoli competition on 7 th March based on the theme "Invest in women- Accelerate progress ", where women health care workers of Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College and Hospital participated.
  • On 8 th March, at the basement auditorium of SMVMCH The inauguration ceremony was carried out with a prayer song followed by the introduction speech delivered by Dr.Saranya Devi (Assistant professor,OBG Dept).
  • The event took place in the presence of Dr.D.Rajagovindan (Director), Dr.K Karthikeyan(Dean Academic) and Dr.M Pragash(Medical superintendent), Dr Girija ( HOD, General medicine and DMS). The program was successfully coordinated by Dr. Saranya Devi (Assistant professor-Dept of OBG)
  • The guests of honor for this event was Mrs.Janaki S, Inspector of Police ( All Women’s police station, Villianur, Pondicherry)
  • During the event, The Chief Guest, addressed the difficulties with respect to society, workplace and shared the plight faced by patriarchic society. She also inspired the audience in overcoming the hurdles and to achieve great heights.
  • Evaluators for this competition were Dr.Suriyakumari(HOD,Anatomy Dept) & Dr.Erli (HOD,Dept of Pathology) the winners and runners of the competition were awarded with prizes and certificates
  • The vote of thanks was delivered by Dr.Arularasan J (Senior Resident.Dept of OBG).The program was concluded with National anthem. The event acted as catalyst for women health care workers to achieve their goals and left the audience inspired.

INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERY: REVIVING THE FADING ART

Date: 03-FEB-2024
Time: 08.30 AM – 4.30 PM
Venue:  SIMULATION CENTRE, SMVMCH 

INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERY WORKSHOP on 3 rd February 2024

The frequency of instrumental vaginal delivery varies from one country to another, and even in the same country, from one obstetric unit to another.
The alternative to attempting instrumental delivery, however, is to directly perform second stage caesarean delivery, which also carries a high burden of morbidity.
In low resource countries like India, the rates of caesarean deliveries are still high but IVD should provide a good alternative for delivery.
The aim of the workshop was to provide skill and knowledge regarding instrumental vaginal delivery as it is an essential skill for all the obstetricians.
In this regard our department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology organised a hands-on training session on instrumental delivery on 3rd February 2024 from 08:30 A.M. to 04:30 P.M. at our simulation centre, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical college & Hospital, Pondicherry under the guidance of Dr. Jayasree .M, Professor & HOD, Dr. Bhubathy .A, Professor organizing Vice- chairperson, Dr. Nivedita .K, Professor and Dr. Poomalar G.K, Professor.
The introductory session was conducted by Dr. Bupathy .A followed by lecture on history and evolution of instrumental delivery by Dr. Deepa, Professor & HOD, AVMC. Decision making and pre-requisites by Dr. Arularasan, Senior resident, SMVMCH following which session on complications, documentation & addressing medicolegal issues in instrumental delivery by Dr. Nirmala Jagat, Professor, SVMC.
The chairpersons were
Dr. Bupathy .A, Professor, SMVMCH
Dr. Jayasree. M, Professor & HOD, SMVMCH
Dr. Deepa. S, Professor & HOD, AVMC
Dr. Nirmala Jagat, Professor, SVMC
There were 5 hands on training stations arranged. They were
1. Axis traction forceps by Dr. Nivedita & assisted by Dr. Hemavathy.
2. Vaccum delivery and instrumental delivery in caesarean section by Dr. Poomalar and assisted by Dr. Arularasan.
3. Low cavity and outlet forceps by Dr. Dhivyapriya
4. Rotational forceps by Dr. Bupathy amd assisted by Dr. Saranya Devi & Dr. Ketki Kothalkar.
5. Repair of Obstetrical anal spincter injuries by Dr. Jayasree and assisted by Dr. Amritha.
Around 35 participants from various medical colleges from Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu actively participated in this workshop and benefitted instrumental vaginal delivery. They were encouraged and looking forward to conduct more such workshops in future.

HPV Vaccination Health Talk on 01.02.2024

Every year world sexual and reproductive health awareness day is celebrated on 12 th February. Awareness on sexual health is very important, as it is a part of physical and mental well being. In this regard, department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology SMVMCH, organized a health talk program on HPV vaccination on 01.02.2024 for 1 st year engineering students of MIT. Health talk was given by Dr. Hemavathy. V, Senior Resident, Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology under guidance of Dr. Jayasree. M, Professor & HOD, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology SMVMCH, Around 650 students with their professor and Assistant professors attended the session held between 11.00 am to 12.00 pm on 01.02.2024 at MIT auditorium. The purpose of choosing this topic was to impact the knowledge of preventing cervical cancer and other cancers like Nasopharyngeal, penile, Anal cancer with HPV vaccine. The session also emphasized on Pap testing screening for cervical cancer.

Year Date Nature of the Program Topic
2013 13.08.2013 Guest Lecture RH-incompatibility
2013 10.09.2013 Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
2014 19.02.2014 Renal Diseases Complicating Pregnancy
2014 17.06.2014 Cardiovascular Complicating Pregnancy
2014 26.08.2014 Intra Uterine Growth Restriction
2014 16.10.2014 Acute PID
2014 19.12.2014 Management of PPH
2014 28.11.2014 Ureteric Injuries in Gynecological Surgeries
2015 31.03.2015 Endometrial Receptivity in ART cycles
2015 16.07.2015 Hormone Replacement therapy
2015 16.08.2015 Jaundice in pregnancy
2015 09.10.2015 Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
2015 21.11.2015 Thyroid disorders in pregnancy
2016 29.02.2016 Endometrial Cancer
2016 05.08.2016 Malignant Ovarian Tumuor
2016 04.11.2016 Recurrent pregnancy loss
2018 22.02.2018 Preinvasive lesions of the cervix
2019 26.02.2019 IUGR
2019 18.09.2019 Cardiac disease in pregnancy
2020 17.03.2020 Diabetic mellitus in pregnancy
2021 22.02.2021 Preterm labour
2022 21.05.2022 Adolescent Contraception
2015 15.03.2015 CME/ Workshop Polycystic ovarian syndrome
2016 29.01.2016 Menopause
2017 05.02.2017 Infertility
2018 18.03.2018 Obstetrics Dilemmas
2019 24.03.2019 Adolescent Health
2021 27.11.2021 Practical Approach to Optimize Infertility M Management in Resource Constrained Settings
2022 23.07.2022 Hands on Training session on “Instrumental delivery: Reviving the fading ART”
2023 18.03.2023 Laparoscopic Simulation Training
2023 01.04.2023 Live Laparoscopic operative workshop
2016 09.05.2016 Day celebrated Mother’s Day Quiz
2016 28.05.2016 Menstrual Hygiene Day
2016 14.06.2016 School Health Programme
2016 10.07.2016 School Health Programme
2016 18.07.2016 School Health Programme
2016 04.08.2016 School Health Programme
2020 08.03.2020 International Women’s Day Screening program for Breast cancer and cervical cancer
2021 08.03.2021 International Women’s Day Screening program for Breast cancer and cervical cancer
2023 08.03.2023 International Women’s Day
2016 15.09.2016 Awareness Programme Breast Cancer Awareness Camp
2021 11.10.2021 to 17.11.2021 Breast Cancer Awareness Camp
2022 25.11.2022 Violence against women – Awareness talk
2017 21.03.2017 Online Seminar Thyroid disorder in pregnancy
2017 07.11.2017 HT Complicating Pregnancy
2017 20.12.2017 Surgical management of PPH & Cervical incompetence
2018 24.05.2018 Hypothyroidism management in pregnancy
2020 07.11.2020 Multifaceted Role of Progesterone
2023 24.08.2023 Quiz Contraception

International Women’s Day – 2023

International Women’s Day – 2023
  • March 8 is observed as the International Women’s Day each year.Celebrating Women’s Day is an opportunity to appreciate the remarkable contribution of women to our society.
  • In this regard,Department of obstetrics and gynaecology organised a program with the theme ‘DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality’.
  • . This theme is based on the United Nations 67th Commission on the Status of Womenpriority theme Innovation and technological change, and education in the digital age for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls’. Our objective was to create awareness of gender equality for a healthy society.
  • It was a two-day program which was started with a creative essay writing and Rangoli competition on 7th March itself and model presentation on the next day based on the theme “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality“, where students of Sri Manakula Vinayagar Nursing College,SMV Polytechnique College,Manakula Vinayagar Institute of Technology, and Venkateshwara College of Teaching were asked to participate in collaboration with Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College Hospital. It was interesting to know that boys have also participated in it.
  • On 8 th March, at the basement auditorium of SMVMCH The inauguration ceremony was carried out with a prayer song followed by the introduction speech delivered by Dr.Priyadharshini(Associate professor,OBG Dept).
  • The event took place in the presence of Dr.D.Rajagovindan (Director),Dr.R N Kagne(Deputy director and Dean),Dr.K Karthikeyan(Dean Academic) and Dr.M Pragash(Medical superintendent) ,SMVMCH. The program was successfully coordinated by Dr. Ilamathi(Assistant professor-Dept of OBG)
  • The guests of honor for this event were Mrs.Swetha Mathur & Miss.Shreyee Mathur who were the Founder and Co-founder of Nilaiyana studios respectively.
  • During the event, both of them addressed and spoke about how women are often perceived as cranky and emotional and this stereotypical perception brings about struggles in the workplace for women. They spoke from their own experiences and shared their tales of struggle and success
  • Evaluators for this competition were Dr.Nishanthini (Associate Professor, Pharmacology)& Mrs.Kanchana (Principal,Polytechnic college) for essay writing, Dr.Suriyakumari (HOD,Anatomy Dept) & Dr.Poonkuzhali(Associate professor, CSE Dept,MIT) for rangoli competition. Dr.Erli (HOD,Dept of Pathology) and Mrs.Narmadha (Nursing college) judged model making the winners and runners of the competition were awarded with prizes.
  • The vote of thanks was delivered by Dr.Inparasi, Assistant Professor,Dept of OBG.The national anthem marked the end of the successful event. The audience were encouraged by our program and expecting like this event in near future.

1. Quiz on Contraception – 24.08.2023

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  • Contraception day seeks to improve awareness of contraceptive methods and enable new women to make family choices on their reproductive health.
  • Each year FIGO society celebrate world contraception day on August 15.
  • In this regard, Dept. Obstetrics & Gynaecology organised quiz programme on contraception.
  • Our objective was to improve the knowledge and counselling practice of contraception among medical students.
  • It was a single day programme, which was started at 10.30 am 24.08.2023 with preliminary rounds involving 150 final year students in Basement Auditorium who topped the exam was selected for main Quiz. 12 students were allocated into 4 team 3 members in each. It involved five rounds
    • History, policy in contraception
    • Mechanism of action and failure of contraception
    • Clinical scenario and image based
    • Rapid fire round(Each team got either Barrier contraceptives/Harmonal/IUCD/sterilization procedures)
    • Buzzer round
  • I t took place in presence of Dr. Bupathy.A (Prof), Dr. Jayasree. M (Prof. & HOD), Dr. Poomalar G.K (Prof), Dr. Nivedita. K (Prof), Dr. Priyadharshini. D (Assoc. Prof), Dr. Ilamathi. S (Assist. Prof). Quiz masters were Dr. Inparasi. G (Assist. Prof) and Dr. Saranyadevi.L (Assist. Prof).
  • Winners and runners of the Quiz were awarded with cash prize.
  • Vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. Inparasi G.

2. Operative Laparoscopy Workshop- 01.04.2023

In this modern era in medical sciences, the practice of minimally invasive surgery is increasing worldwide and making it as an essential skill for the doctors.

In this regard, our Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology organized a live operative laparoscopy workshop on April 1st 2023 from 8.30 A.M to 5.30 P.M at our operation theatre and it was live telecasted at MIT Auditorium, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical college & Hospital, Pondicherry under the guidance of organizing chairperson Dr. Jayasree .M,Professor & HOD, Dr. Bubathy .A, Professor organizing Vice-Chairperson, Dr. Nivedita .K, Professor and Dr. Poomalar G.K. Professor.

The introductory sessionwas conducted by Dr.Jayasree .M followed by live workshop from 2 OT theatres conducted by Dr. Mala raj, consultant Gyn & Minimal access surgery, Firm Hospital Chennai and Dr. Gnana Sankar Natesan, Consultant Gyn Oncology & Minimal Access Surgery, S.K.S Hospitals & PCI Institute, Salem.

The chairperson were

Dr. Dilip Kumar Maurya, Professor,

Department of OBG, JIPMER.

Dr. Sasirekha, Additional Professor

Department of OBG, JIPMER.

Dr. Satheesh Ghosh Dean, Professor,

Department of OBG, MGMCRI.

Dr. Sathyanarayanan, Professor & Unit Chief,

Rajiv Gandhi Hospital, Pondicherry.

There were 6 cases included in this live workshop they were.

  1. Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy by Dr. Malaraj &Assisted by Dr. Priyadharshini
  2. Laparoscopic cerclage by Dr. Gnana Sankar & Assisted by Dr. Ilamathi.
  3. Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in previous 2 LSCS by Dr. Malaraj & Team.
  4. Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in previous LSCS by Dr. Gana Sankar & Team.
  5. Laparoscopic Myomectomy by Dr. Malaraj & Team.
  6. Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy with explanation of pelvic anatomy by Dr. Gana Sankar & Team.

Around 50 participants from various Medical Colleges from Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu actively participated in this workshop and benefited with the skill and knowledge regarding Laparoscopic Surgeries. They were encouraged and awaiting such events in near future.

3. Workshop on Laparoscopic Simulation Training – 18.03.2023

  • In this modern era of medical sciences, the practice of minimally invasive surgery is increasing world wide and making it an essential skill for the doctors.
  • In this regard, our Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology organized a Laparoscopic Simulation Workshop on March 18th, 2023 form 8.30 am to.30 pm at Simulation center, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital, Pondicherry under the guidance of one organizing chairperson Dr. Jayasree. M, Professor & HOD, Dr. Bupathy. A, Professor organizing vice-chairperson, Dr. Nivedita. K Professor and Dr. Poomalar. G.K, Professor.
  • The leading session and present were conducted by Dr. Jayasree. M, followed by interactive lecture session on Laparoscopic setting and distension by Dr. Sathiyanarayanan, Professor Rajiv Gandhi Women and Children Govt. Hospital. Dr. Poomalar G.K, Professor, Dept. of OBD, delivered on interactive lecture on “methods of Laparoscopic entry which was followed by lecture on “Patient positioning” by Dr. Ilamathi. S, Assistant Professor, Dept. of OBG.
  • There were 6 stations for hands on training they were
  1. Trocar placement by Dr. Bupathy. A
  2. Camera handling 30º by Dr. Jayasree. M
  3. Bimanual co-ordinator and stripping excision by Dr. Poomalar.G.K
  4. Hand eye co-ordination and translocation of objects by Dr. Priyadharshini. D
  5. Energy source application by Dr. Suresh, Professor JIPMER.
  6. Ring application by Dr. Inparasi. G

Around 25 participants from various medical colleges from Pondicherry and Tamilnadu actively participated in the workshop and benefitted with the skill and knowledge regarding basics of laparoscopy. They were encouraged and awaiting such events in near future.

Women’s Day 08.03.2023 (Uploaded)

5. International day for the elimination of violence against Women – 25.11.2022

The Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology organized program in view of “International day for the elimination of violence against Women” on 25.11.2022.

We organized Awareness talk to the public and our final year students participated and almost 30 students were observers.

On 29.11.2022, we organized Poster Presentation on same topic, in which 7 Students actively Participated & 30 Students were observers. Prize for the winners in both the events were presented.

Awareness talk by final year MBBS student

Poster Presentation by final year MBBS students

5. Workshop on Hands On Training Instrumental Delivery: Reviving The Fading Art – 23.07.2022 (Uploaded)

6. CME on “Practical Approach to Optimize Infertility Management in Resource Constrained Settings – 27.11.2021

Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology organized a CME on “PRACTICAL APPROACH TO OPTIMIZE INFERTILITY MANAGEMENT IN RESOURCE CONSTRAINED SETTINGS” on 27th Nov.2021. It was a very interactive session on current updates in infertility. Discussion was entirely targeted on practical aspects which made the CME very interesting. Speakers were invited from different places which made us to learn different approach in managing familiar cases.

7. International Women’s Day – 08.03.2021

Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital and Department of Pathology and Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology organized International Women’ Day Screening programme for Cervical Cancer and Breast Cancer from 08.03.2121 to 20.03.2021, age group between 25 – 40 Pap smear, USG, Mammography were done at (free of cost) pamphlets were issued HPV vaccines About 125 participants were attended the programme.

8. CME on Adolescent Health – 24.03.2019

A CME was organized by Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Puducherry in collaboration with OGSP on “Adolescent Health” on 24th March 2019 at Hotal Annamalai, Puducherry, Speakers were Dr. R. Sasikala on topic of Adolescent PCOS, Dr. Aruna Kekre on topic Adenexal mass in adolescent, Dr. Jayanthini on Adolescent Psychology, Dr. Jaya Vijayaraghavan on Primary Amenorrhoea, Dr. Rita Vijayaselvi on Teenage pregnancy, Dr. Gowri Dorairajan on Too late / Too early puberty, Dr. Padma on AUB in Puberty, There were around 63 participants, TNMC credit points were given participants were satisfied with content and arrangements of CME Feedback was obtained and suggestion were noted.

23.07.2022 – INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERY:REVIVING THE FADING ART”(HANDS ON TRAINING SESSION

Operative vaginal deliveries have long held an important place in the obstetrician toolbox for delivery during the 2nd stage of labour in the face of fetal or maternal concerns. Now the number of instrumental deliveries has declined exponentially in recent decades and resident training in the skill is near non existent in many programs.

On 23rd July, 2022 We conducted a workshop on “INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERY:REVIVING THE FADING ART”(HANDS ON TRAINING SESSION) in our institution at simulation centre, SMVMCH from the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology under the guidance of our chairperson Dr. Bupathy(Professor ) and Dr. Jayasree( Professor & HOD of OBG Dept) for the benefit of postgraduates from various medical colleges.

33 participants from various medical colleges of Pondicherry and Tamilnadu got benefited our workshop and we believe that our workshop successfully improved confidence and skill of the residents in Instrumental delivery.

29.01.2016 – CME on Menopause

05.02.2017 – CME on Infertility

18.03.2018 CME on Obstetrics Dilemmas

PG Alumini

S. No Batch Name of the Post-graduates Designation Institute Email ID
1 2012 - 2015 Dr. S. Sindhu Assistant Professor, Govt. Medical College VPM [email protected]
2 Dr. R. Rekha Assistant Professor, RMMCH, Chidambaram [email protected]
3 2013 - 2016 Dr. M.Priyadharshini Assistant Professor, SRMC [email protected]
4 Dr. K.S Shivaranjani Assistant Professor, Govt. Medical Hospital VPM [email protected]
5 2014 - 2017 Dr. Gayathiri Mohan Fellowship in Infertility [email protected]
6 Dr. Lakshmi Sameera Fellowship in Laparoscopy & infertility [email protected]
7 2015 - 2018 Dr. S.Manju Parkavi Consultant Kannan Hospital, Cuddalore [email protected]
8 Dr. K. Rini Ezhil Fellowship in Infertility [email protected]
9 2016 - 2019 Dr. G. Sharmila Assistant Professor Chettinadu Medical College, Chennai [email protected]
10 Dr. W. Jasmine Kavitha Assistant Professor Sri Balaji Medical College & Hospital, Chrompet, Chennai [email protected]
11 2017 - 2020 Dr. S. Kumudham Assistant Professor Rajah Muthaiah Medical College, Chidambaram [email protected]
12 Dr. N. Noorul Nasheeha Assistant Professor Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital, Puducherry. [email protected]
13 2018 - 2021 Dr. Monisha. N Senior Resident JIPMER, Karaikal [email protected]
14 Dr. Priyadharshini.V Senior Resident Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry [email protected]
15 2019 - 2022 Dr. Preethi. N Senior Resident PES Medical College& Hospital, Chithoor, Andhra [email protected]
16 Dr. Priadharshni @ Preethy. R Senior Resident Mahatma Gandhi Medical College &Research Institute, Puducherry [email protected]