Dermatology, venereology and leprosy

The Department of Dermatology aims to treat diseases related to the skin. It offers both primary and tertiary care. The department also aims to expertise in areas of teaching and research. The department is committed to exploring new knowledge about normal and diseased skin. It cares for outpatients and inpatients and offers skincare services in, a compassionate manner. The department has expertise in all subspecialties within dermatology, which include: dermatologic surgery, phototherapy, laser and cosmetic surgery, paediatric dermatology, acne, psoriasis, eczematous disorders, infectious diseases of the skin, Leprosy & STD including HIV Patients.


Skin diseases from acne to zoster (A-Z) are treated in this department. The department offers scientifically proven cosmetic treatments in an academic environment. The Department has a well-equipped minor OT and laser clinic. Available procedures include chemical peels, Electrocautery, RFC, cryotherapy, and mole removal. Our department has the latest phototherapy machines (DAAVLIN, USA) i.e., whole body phototherapy unit, hand-foot unit, and Targeted phototherapy unit to treat conditions like psoriasis and vitiligo.

The department has the latest laser machines for acne scars, tattoos, unwanted hair removal, and removal of skin tumors. All types of unwanted tattoos are being removed by the Q-switched Nd-YAG Laser. The fractional CO2 laser is being used for different types of scars including posttraumatic, post-burn, acne scars, etc. 

Different types of nail surgeries are being performed regularly. Acne scars are common complications of acne. Pigmentation disorders like melasma, tanning, and post-acne pigmentation are effectively treated with various types of chemical peels. We also perform a Patch test to detect allergens causing skin allergies.

Consultation Timings (Unit wise)

HOD / Unit Chief & Faculty
All working days
8.30 AM to 1.00 PM
All Faculty
Special Clinics
2.00 PM to 4.30 PM
All Faculty