Fellowship Curriculum : The Fellowship tenure will be of two years. There will be a total of 8 seats and the selection is based on entrance exam, which will be conducted in May month of every alternate year. Fellowship training begins on 1st July for 4 candidates and 1st January for rest of 4 candidates. There are 6 trauma units, fellows will be posted in these units on rotation. The Fellows will work under the supervision of a consultant. This fellowship provides adequate hands on training to an initial management in poly trauma patients , damage controlled orthopaedics , open injury management, closed fracture fixation. Fellow will be assisting in complex periarticular trauma and pelvic acetabular surgeries. Fellows will be involved in trauma on-call duties , out patient and inpatient care which will allow to improve the clinical expertise. Audits are conducted daily which again provides a chance for the fellows to learn preoperative planning in complex trauma and to critically analyse the post-operative X-rays . Fellows will be actively involved in academics with journal presentations & case discussions every week. Fellows will have an ample opportunity to participate in conferences/academic meetings at state and national levels. Fellows are expected to complete one major research project during their tenure and have an opportunity to publish articles in national & international journals. At the end of the fellowship, certificate will be provided by the hospital.