The Department runs postgraduation course leading to the award of MD degree in Emergency Medicine. Selection is done through all India-based entrance test. The sessions start biannually in January and July. Currently there are 8 post graduates in this programme including 1 sponsored candidates.
During three-years of training, residents are exposed to diverse emergencies, both pediatric and adult. They are rotated through other departments/centres to get further exposure in managing emergencies. The rotational postings include Trauma Centre, and other clinical departments. They are also trained in various emergency procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, ventilation, hemodynamic monitoring, central line insertions, fracture management, sonography as diagnostic and therapeutic modality, and others. Department has an intensive teaching program for residents and undergraduate students. Every week, three seminars, two case discussions and one journal club are held. Besides that, department trains its residents on a state-of-art simulator where the residents learn management of various emergency conditions.