The department is actively involved in clinical research and has conducted a number of prospective and retrospective studies, the results of which are published in national and international journals. Since 2001, the department has contributed 6 chapters in books, 35 publications in international journals and 24 publications in national journals. A study guide for undergraduate medical students and labour room guidelines for graduates and postgraduates working in hospitals has also been published. The faculty has also contributed substantially to the revision of family planning guidelines in the light of evidence-based medicine. Areas of research interests are:
- General obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- Fetal and maternal medicine.
- Gynaecological oncology.
- Infertility and minimally invasive gynaecological surgeries.
The department encourages its faculty to enhance their skills and knowledge, and supports them to attend different medical symposia, seminars and workshops as part of their continual medical education. Residents are also encouraged to attend national conferences/meetings and make presentations at different national forums.