Visiting Fellow / Training
Guidelines for Short-Term/Long-Term Training/Visiting Fellow in respect of Indian and Foreign National candidates
(A) SHORT-TERM TRAINING UPTO PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS
Training will be provided to the candidates sponsored by the Government/Autonomous Bodies or Institutions/Public
Health Sector Organizations / MCI approved medical colleges and Government / Defense Services.
The short-term training may not be allowed to the private practitioners.
i) Fee: - A fee of Rs.1, 000/- per month will be charged from the trainees (Indian citizens) and a fee of Indian Rupees equivalent to US $200 will be charged from the foreign nationals/citizens. However, the candidates sponsored by the Defense Services only will not be charged any fee.
ii) At a given time the number of long-term / short-term trainees in a particular department should not exceed 50% of the sanctioned strength of faculty of that department.
(B) SHORT-TERM TRAINING UPTO THE PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS TO THE FOREIGN NATIONALS CANDIDATES
The short-term training may be provided to the foreign national candidates sponsored by the foreign Government / Autonomous Bodies / Medical Institutions duly recommended by the Dean or any other competent authority of the concerned College / University / Institution. A fee of US $ 200 per month will be charged from the foreign national candidates. There will be no financial obligations on the part of the Institute / Govt. of India. No accommodation etc. will be provided to the trainees. If the foreign nationals want hands on training, approval of MCI is necessary.
(C) LONG-TERM TRAINING SIX MONTHS TO TWO YEARS
This training will be provided to the candidates sponsored by the Government of India / Semi-Government / Autonomous Bodies / Institutions / Public Sector Organizations / Public Defense Services only. The long-term training is not allowed to the private practitioners / NGOs.
The persons with postgraduate degree and working on regular basis will be given preference.
i) Fee: - A fee of Rs.1,000/- per month will be charged from the trainees (Indian citizens) and a fee of Indian Rupees equivalent to US $200 will be charged from the foreign nationals/citizens. However, the candidates sponsored by the Defense Services only will not be charged any fee.
ii) At a given time the number of long-term/short-term trainees in a particular department should not exceed 50% of the sanctioned strength of faculty of that department.
ii) The foreign nationals / citizens trainees will be treated as an Observer and not allowed hands on training without prior permission of the Medical Council of India. If the foreign national trainees want hands on training then the approval of the MCI is necessary.
For more details contact Dean / Registrar, Academic Section – II, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi – 110 029
Neurosurgery Skills Training Facility and
The Department of Neurosurgery at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi started the “Experimental Microneurosurgery Laboratory” in 1971 through the efforts of Prof. P.N. Tandon and Prof. A.K. Banerji (Emeritus Professors, Department of Neurosurgery).
The training laboratory was expanded and renovated into a full fledged training facility named as Neurosurgery Skills Training Facility and Experimental Laboratory with the support of Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, Department of Biotechnology (DBT) Indo-German Collaboration, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, and Department of Health Research (DHR-ICMR), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India for hands on skills training of M.Ch and DNB neurosurgery residents and trained /trainee Neurosurgeons from India and abroad.
The Neurosurgery Skills Training Facility and Experimental Laboratory is equipped with the state-of-the-art equipment, which simulates a modern Neurosurgery Operation Room environment. The training imparted is aimed at development of Neurosurgical skills and techniques.
The training imparted in the form of quarterly workshops, short term training programs and daily skills training sessions is focused on formulation of a new curriculum of neurosurgical skills development and imparting hands-on practice on synthetic/semi synthetic models, live anesthetized animals and cadaver parts using highly advanced equipment and technology creating a neurosurgical operation room environment.