• Veterinary Laparoscopy Training Duration: 3 days Hands - On Comprehensive University Recognized Course of Minimal Access Surgery on 23rd to 25th of April, August and December
  • Specialty: For Veterinary Doctors and PG students who inspire to become laparoscopic surgeon
  • Course Fee: Rs 40,000 only for Indian Doctors and 900 USD for Overseas Doctors and Rs 30,000 only for PG or PhD students (Including Study Material, Working Lunch, Lab Expenses, OT Dress and Local Transport). Candidate should pay the registration fee 5000 rupees at the time of application of course remaining fee ot the course on the first day at the time of joining the course.
  • Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital, DLF Phase II, Cyber City, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi, India
  • Accommodation: Tariff is Rs 1500/day at WLH premises and Rs 2200/day at Pacific Hotel (Owned by WLH).

Laparoscopic Training course for Veterinary Doctors at World Laparoscopy Hospital India is 3 days condensed Hands on Course. World Laparoscopy Hospital provides this opportunities and resources for dedicated veterinarian to realize their dreams of becoming skilled laparoscopic surgeon.

It's been 25 Years since World Laparoscopy Hospital is conducting Fellowship in Laparoscopic surgery program and more than 15000 surgeons and gynecologists from more than 138 countries has already been successfully awarded Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Courses of World Laparoscopy Hospital are University recognized and also internationally recognized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. This is a newly developed intensive 3-day course focusing on essential skills and procedures required for safe laparoscopic surgery so that laparoscopy can be performed and implemented in different veterinary practice areas. The course has been carefully designed to maximise hands on experience for better understanding about this highly specialised field.

For surgeons to perform laparoscopic operations on animals, they must practice the procedures and must become thoroughly familiar with the subtleties of each maneuver.


The course starts with learning laparoscopic access techniques, safe trocar insertion, pneumoperitoneum, suturing and knotting, dissection techniques, tissue retrieval techniques, principle of baseball diamond, concept of port position, principles of safe use of various energy sources and every essential skills which the veterinary surgeon must master to perform complex laparoscopic operations and laparoscopic reconstruction surgery on animals. Veterinary surgeons after attending this course, should be able to perform all the taught procedures with confidence themselves. This course aims at imparting the necessary theoretical knowledge along with practice in highly advanced HD laparoscopic skill lab. Each lecture taken by our expert professors in the course is complemented with structured exercises under the watchful eyes of the faculty. This ensures that the participants get adequate theoretical knowledge along with correct experience at hand eye coordination.

Complete Hands on Training of Laparoscopic Suturing and Knotting will be provided under supervision of Prof. R. K. Mishra. Before the surgeon can learn the subtleties of a new type of operation, the veterinary surgeon is reminded of the basics of the indications and contraindications for a given laparoscopic operation; the applied anatomy of animal with regard to both an open technique and to a laparoscopic approach; the appropriate instrumentation; the ergonomical plan, especially regarding trocar position and the method to allow adequate exposure using traction and counter traction; the possible surgical task analysis; and the possible associated complications, so the pitfalls can be recognized and avoided.

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Dr R K Mishra is main faculty of this intensive laparoscopic training course. Dr. R. K. Mishra is a professor, scientist, prolific author, who has written six single authored book on Minimal Access Surgery, and more than 28 chapters in different international coauthored books of Minimal Access Surgery. He has written more than hundred articles on various topics on Minimal access surgery in different international journals. He is the chief editor of World journal of Laparoscopic Surgery for last 12 years. He is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 15,000 surgeons, urologist, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.


1st Day


9.30 -10.00

Introduction to Laparoscopy (Veterinary Minimal Access Surgery)-Benefits and uses for veterinary science


Coffee/Tea Break


Instrument Designing, handling of instruments & basic procedures along with access techniques

12.00 –1.00

Exploratory Laparoscopy & Biopsy, Exploratory thoracoscopy, biopsy, pericardiectomy etc


Lunch Break


Dry lab (instrument handling, Top Gun Drill etc), Laparoscopy optics & Energy Source

2nd Day


9.30 -10.30 AM

Principles of Insufflation and Port positions & Access Techniques in animals


Coffee/Tea Break


Dry lab (Intracorporeal Dundee Jamming Knot Continuous Suturing and Aberdeen Termination)

12.00 – 1.00

Laparoscopic foreign body removal, cystotomy, urogenital procedures, gastropexy etc


Lunch Break


Dry lab (Cobra Rab Drill, Intracorporeal Surgeon’s Knot etc)

3rd Day



Introduction to wet lab course & Preparations


Wet lab procedures in Operation theatre




Certificate distribution and farewell


Dr. Kunal Dev Sharma,
E-8, East of Kailash,
near Kailash Colony Metro Station,
metro pillar No.74,
New Delhi – 110065

Dr. Vikash Singh Chauhan
Assistant Director
CGS Hospital, S-25/2204, DLF-III
Gurgaon (HR)-122102-INDIA

Dr Vikram Malhotra
Consultant Veterinary Endoscopy & surgeon
New Delhi

Laparoscopic surgery training comprises of the rigorous 8 hours daily Hands On training of all essential and advanced laparoscopic procedures. This course is scientifically designed according to international protocol of laparoscopic education proven to learn Minimal Access Surgery. Our minimally invasive surgical training will not end just imparting hands on skill but post training Online support is also provided through world's largest and most updated Online library of laparoscopic study material (Videos, Articles, Power Point presentations, eBooks) kept for members only on our dedicated server. We provide Laparoscopic Study Materials of Worth 1000 USD Completely Free of Cost during course. Free laparoscopic study material to complement practical knowledge is provided with the course.

CourseCertificateDurationCourse Date and Total Seat
Laparoscopic Training for Veterinary Doctors F.MAS 3 Days 30 seats
Endoscopic Training for Veterinary Doctors F. Endo 2 Days 30 seats

The course fee for F.MAS is 40,000 Rupees for Indian surgeons and 900 USD for overseas surgeon and NRI. For PG and Ph.D student fee is 30,000 rupees only. There is no extra charge to utilize hospital resources like internet, laparoscopic instruments, O. T. Dress, Library, Videos, CDs. Working lunch, snacks tea and coffee will be provided whole day during course. Doctors dedicated accommodation is available at subsidized tariff in Pacific Hotel (Owned and Managed By WLH). Hospital has its own deluxe bus to bring surgeons to hospital. For Indian doctors, accommodation is available in the hospital campus.

Admission is on first come first serve basis but if the applicant are more for same month candidate has to take Online entrance exam.

  1. Veterinary Doctors should have valid medical registration.
  2. Overseas Doctor should have equivalent qualification.
  3. Only Online Application is sufficient for admission to the Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery (F.MAS) Training course.

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