Under the vision and guidance of President Dr Sunita Tandulwadkar and General Secretary Dr Bhaskar Pal, IAGE's EAGLE project landed at MGM college Kalamboli on 7th and 11th October 2019.

The 1st day was started with welcome by HOD Dr Sushil Kumar. Dr Abhishek Mangeshikar gave an insight to the delegates on Basics of Laparoscopy. It was followed by Dr Abhishek Chandavarkar with a lecture on How to perform a TLH- step by step.

32 delegates comprising of the residents and faculty were present.

The next session was training the delegates on pelvitrainers on basic and advanced laparoscopy skills with suturing techniques. Johnson and Johnson had made exquisite arrangements with 5 practice stations. Then a lecture on science of tissue management was conducted by JnJ. Finally, all the delegates were given time to practise their skills on the pelvitrainers and the dry lab for open suturing.

11th October witnessed live surgeries demonstrated by Dr Sunita Tandulwadkar, Dr Ganpat Sawant, Dr Abhishek Chandavarkar and Dr Abhishek Mangeshikar. 7 cases were performed - 2 TLH, 1 Endometriosis, 3 Diagnostic Hysterolaparoscopy and 1 Hysteroscopic Cu T removal.

All hysteroscopies were performed by residents under supervision. The hospital faculty were given hands-on Salpingectomy and suturing.

The program was well coordinated by the faculty and residents of MGM under the guidance of Dr Sushil Kumar, Dr Abhishek Mangeshikar and Dr Priyanka Tiwari. It was well supported by tge companies - JnJ, Storz, Om surgicals, and KLS Martin All in all, the program and Dr Sunita Tandulwadkar ma'ams vision for sowing laparoscopy seeds into the postgraduate curriculum was well appreciated by the residents and faculty.

21st and 22nd December 2019