Fellowship in GI Endoscopy

Program Details


The Flexible Endoscopy Curriculum is designed to provide General Surgery training programs with a step wise, milestone based curriculum that includes didactic and hands on training. Upon completion, the resident will possess the knowledge and skill of a Surgical Endoscopist with the ability to provide Flexible Endoscopy Services to patients in the Clinical Settings.


3 Months


  • MS / DNB (Gen Surgery) or equivalent degree with MCI registration.

Training Topics

  • An understanding of the indications and contraindications for performing Upper and Lower G.I.Endoscopy
  • Accurate recognition and management of normal and abnormal findings in the G.I.tract
  • Recognition and management of complications of performing G.I.Endoscopy
  • Safe performance of Upper and Lower G.I. endoscopy including complete navigation of Oesophagus,Stomach,Duodenum and Colon
  • Mucosal inspection and recognition of lesions that would require Surgery
  • Tissue acquisition using Biopsy &/Or Polypectomy
  • Management of Periprocedural bleeding
  • Performance of Variceal Banding, Injection Sclerotherapy, Retrieval of Foreign Bodies
  • Placement of a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy, Self Expanding Metallic Stent etc

Teaching Methodology

  • Short Term Program (STP) is based on giving the students wider clinical exposure and Hands-on Training in a particular specialisation
  • Continuous assessment and evaluation by the Senior Consultants of the Hospitals/ Clinical sites
  • Theory and Clinical examination upon successful completion of the program

Why Choose Us?

  • STP will be conducted in Hospitals which are accredited by TAU only as per our Standards
  • Training will be given by top Consultants who are Masters in the field with Huge experience
  • Our training centres will be only in the major Metro cities.
  • Training gives Trainees connectivity to Professional world wide network of consultants of TAU

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Note : New Intake for Fellowship in GI Endoscopy program is currently not open.

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