Department of Surgical Oncology


  • Full time Surgical Oncologists with 24×7 oncological care services
  • Providing state of the art Surgical Oncological services with latest technological advancements with fully functional operational theatre catering exclusively for cancer cases
  • High volume surgical oncology unit with more than 500 cases per year and performing complex technological surgeries with multi-departmental expertise
  • Offering a multitude of oncological surgeries ranging from open surgery to minimally invasive laparoscopic oncological services
  • Management of solid tumors of all primary sites including head and neck, breast, gastrointestinal, gynecological, genitourinary , skin and thoracic regions
  • Complex abdominal surgery namely Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) performed successfully in April 2023
  • Evidence based patient management with a multidisciplinary tumor board discussion for complex cases providing best outcomes

Faculty List

SNo. Name Designation
1 Vigneshwaran. B. Assistant Professor


  • Full time Surgical Oncologists providing Elective and Emergency oncological services providing 24×7 care
  • All oncological procedures including minor and major surgical procedures
  • Spacious outpatient department exclusively for cancer patients working six days a week with an adequate waiting area
  • Fully equipped operation theatre dedicated entirely for surgical oncology services
  • Providing palliative and supportive care services

Special Clinics

Colostomy clinic – Wednesday afternoon 2-00 pm – 4-00 pm


S.No. Topic First Author Name of the Journals Link of the recognition in UGC enlistment of the Journal Date of Acceptance Date of Publication ISSN No. Name of the Indexing database Type
1. Pleomorphic Hyalinizing Angiectatic Tumor of the Mesorectum: A Rare Case and Review of Literature Vigneshwaran Balasubiramaniyan Dillip Muduly, Swagatika Samal Madhabananda Kar ,Mahesh Sultania, Susama Pat Prasanta Kumar Das Revistas USP  July 2019 Sep 2019 2236-1960 Autopsy & case reports National
2. Warthin-Like Muco epidermoid Carcinoma of the Parotid Gland, A diagnostic and Therapeutic Dilemma Vigneshwaran Balasubiramaniyan, Sultania M, Sable M, Muduly D, Kar M National Library of Medicine https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.   30.09.2019 2236-1960 Autopsy and Case Reports National
3. Recurrent Aggressive Primary Mandibular Paraganglioma, Deciphering its origin Vigneshwaran B, Samal S, Sable MN, Adhya AK, Muduly D, Kar M, Kumar BK, Sultania M National Library of Medicine July 2020 Dec 2020   Pubmed National
4. Impact of the Initial Phase of COVID-19 Pandemic on Surgical Oncology Services at Tertiary Care Center in Eastern India Sultania M, Muduly DK, Balasubiramaniyan V, Imaduddin M, Ephraim R, Chaudhary I, Singh A, Jain A, Colney L, Ambre S, Dipin KR, Kar M Journal of surgical oncology July 2020 Oct 2020   Pubmed National
5. Metronomic therapy using Methotrexate and Celecoxib; A Boon for Oral Cancer patients during COVID-19 Pandemic maduddin M, Ayyanar P, Sultania M, Muduly D, Sable MN, Naik S, Mohanty S, Kar M National Library of Medicine Oct 2020 March 2021   Pubmed Central National
6. Laparoscopic resection for low rectal cancer in a patient with horseshoe kidney – Technical considerations to prevent iatrogenic injuries Vigneshwaran B, Samal S, Sable MN, Adhya AK, Muduly D, Kar M, Kumar BK, Sultania M National Library of Medicine 15.03.2021 Apr-June 2021   J Min Access Surg. Pubmed Central National


1. Poster presentation at NATCON IASO 2019 Annual Conference held at Kolkata, Nov 2019 – Best Poster Award.


Report On World Cancer Day 2024

Event Overview
The Department of Surgical and Medical Oncology organized an intra-college workshop on World Cancer Day 2024 and Cancer Updates 2024. The event took place on February 5th from 8:30 am to 1 pm. The workshop aimed to educate and update MBBS undergraduates and postgraduates on the latest developments in the field of oncology.

Participant Engagement
A total of 114 students actively participated in the workshop. To encourage engagement, a quiz focusing on recent cancer updates was conducted, with winners receiving recognition for their knowledge.

Educational Sessions
Distinguished guest speakers, including Radiation Oncologists, Gastroenterologists, and Anesthesiologists, delivered informative lectures on World Cancer Day and provided insights into the latest advancements in cancer research and treatment. Students benefitted significantly from these sessions, gaining valuable knowledge and insights into the current landscape of oncology.

Prize Distribution
Following the educational sessions, prizes were distributed to the winners of the quiz competition, further motivating student participation and involvement in the event.

Conclusion and Feedback
The workshop provided an excellent platform for both undergraduate and postgraduate students to commemorate World Cancer Day and stay updated on the latest developments in cancer research and treatment for the year 2024. Positive feedback was received from the participants, highlighting the event’s value in enhancing their understanding of oncology and its significance in healthcare.

Overall, the workshop was a resounding success, fostering learning, engagement, and awareness among future medical professionals regarding the ongoing battle against cancer.

Feedback from participants was overwhelmingly positive, indicating that the workshop was beneficial and insightful for both undergraduate and postgraduate attendees


The Department of Surgical Oncology & Clinical Oncology conducted CME Programme -“Recent updates in Management of Breast Cancer” in via of World Cancer Day 2022.

The event was conducted on 3rd February 2022 from 9 am – 12 pm and was attended by dignitaries and more than 100 Medical students (UG & PG) from various Medical Colleges.

A Quiz competition was also conducted for PG students & Interns at the end of the programme & winners received prizes from the Chief Guest.