The Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) department specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to the head and neck. Combining medical and surgical expertise, ENT specialists address conditions such as hearing loss, sinusitis, and throat disorders. The department utilizes advanced diagnostic tools, including endoscopes and imaging, for accurate assessments. With a focus on both pediatric and adult care, ENT professionals provide comprehensive solutions, from medical interventions to surgical procedures. Their commitment extends to preventive care, ensuring optimal health for patients dealing with a spectrum of ear, nose, and throat issues.

Pedagogy & Facilities

  • Expert Faculty:Specialized faculty with extensive experience in ENT care.
  • Simulation Labs:Practical training in simulated environments for procedural skills.
  • Technologically Advanced Facilities:State-of-the-art infrastructure supporting effective teaching and learning.
  • Continuing Medical Education:Regular workshops, seminars, and updates for ongoing learning.

Key Features:

  • Specialized Faculty:Experienced and specialized faculty members in the field of Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) care.
  • Advanced Surgical Training:Opportunities for practical training in ENT surgeries and procedures.
  • Research Opportunities:Platforms for students to engage in research related to ENT care.
  • Holistic Training:Comprehensive education covering both medical and surgical aspects of ENT care.

Methods of Teaching & Learning:

  • Traditional Lectures:Classroom-based instruction for foundational knowledge in ENT.
  • Interactive Seminars:Engaging discussions to facilitate active participation and knowledge exchange.
  • Case-Based Learning:Analysis of real or hypothetical cases to apply theoretical knowledge.
  • Problem-Based Learning (PBL):Addressing clinical problems to enhance critical thinking skills.
  • Team-Based Learning (TBL):Promoting teamwork and problem-solving through group activities.