Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

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The department of otorhinolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery is involved in the diagnosis and providing treatment for condition affecting the ear, nose, throat, head and neck and related regions shared with other .The department is also fully dedicated for surgical treatment and repair due to primary tumors of head and neck.

The department treats patients of all age group. The department is performing numerous surgeries with special focus on ear microsurgery, endoscopic and open surgeries of nose and sinuses, surgeries for voice disorder, oncosurgery and maxillo-facial injuries.

The department is well equipped to handle emergency conditions like foreign bodies in aero-digestive tracks for both pediatric and adult patients.

The department also treat patients with hearing loss (deafness) and speech disorder it has fully functional Audiology unit attached with the otorhinolaryngology department. It also treats patients with vertigo and tinnitus.

The department provides enriched clinical training and research for undergraduates and post graduate medical students with regular academic activities like case presentations, seminars, journal club presentations. The department has a well-equipped temporal Bone dissection Laboratory, Museums and department library apart from the central library of the institute.



Apart from the general otorhinolaryngology OPD, the department has speciality clinics


Oncology clinic

For head & neck  cancer patients treatment, follow up and rehabilitation & research


Vertigo clinic

For diagnosis and treatment of patients with vertigo


Allergy clinic

For diagnosis and treatment of patients with allergic rhinitis and associated conditions.


Audiology and speech therapy

For diagnosis and rehabilitation of deaf patients and patients with voice disorders



Ward rounds- daily

Case presentations – weekly

Seminar presentation- weekly

Journal club presentation

Temporal Bone dissections

Cadaveric dissection




Clinical Connotation of HPV and effect of various treatment modalities in disease free survival of Oropharyngeal cancers. International Journal of Current research and review. (September 2020)


Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

(Professor & HOD)



Ultrasonography guided Fine needle aspiration cytology as a valuable tool for management of solitary thyroid nodule.  International Journal of Current research and review.(October 2020)

Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

(Professor & HOD)



Foreign bodies in Ear Nose throat and maxillofacial region. A Study on their clinical profile and complications. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and neck surgery. (October 2020)



Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

 (Professor & HOD)



The Rate of Submandibular Gland Involvement and Its Preservation in Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma (12 January 2022)


Dr. Jyoti Ranjan Das

 (Assistant Professor)



A Case Report: Primary Synovial Sarcoma of Thyroid Gland. (2020)


Dr Ranjeet Kumar Lal

 (senior Resident)



Foreign bodies in Ear Nose throat and maxillofacial region. A Study on their clinical profile and complications. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and neck surgery. (October 2020).



Dr. Rashi Agarwal

 (Senior Resident)



The Otoscopic, Radiological and Audiological Study of Contralateral Ear in Unilateral Chronic Otitis Media. 12 Aug. 2021.


Dr. Abhiraj Tiwari (Senior Resident)



Rare Cause of CSOM: Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis. 03 Feb. 2021

Dr. Abhiraj Tiwari (Senior Resident)





1.       The role of calcium D in treatment of allergic Rhinitis

2.       The role of topical hemocoagulase in control of bleeding

3.       The correlation between the symptomology score and Computered tomography of paranasal sinuses in chronic rhinosinusitis patients.



The department has conducted state level CME on “cervical lymphadenopathy in ENT practices,” which was graced by eminent faculties and ENT consultants and students.



The institute is planning to start a cochlear implant program to help the local deaf patients with congenital and acquired profound hearing loss, which cannot be rehabilitated with tradition Hearing aids.

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