Dr. Nikhil Dileeph
Dr. Nikhil Dileeph

Dr. Nikhil Dileeph

Medico Legal Consultant


Professional Qualification

MBBS, MD ( Forensic Medicine)

  • MD ( Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)
  • Pursuing MBA in Hospital Administration & Health Care Management ( Dr. D.Y Patil Vidyapeeth University )
Special Training & Achievement
  • Member of the Organising Committee - Simla ( South - Indian Medico Legal Association - Trivandrum 2018 )
  • Member Of The Ima Kottayam
  • Got special training in CISP ( Curriculum Implementation Support Programe ) & BCBR ( Basic Course In Bio - Medical Research) for the Competency Based Undergraduate Curriculum ( CBME) Programs.
Teaching /Academic /Clinical experience
  • Medico legal training classes for doctors under government health service / indian medical association/ private medical colleges & junior doctors all over kerala.
  • Training classes in scientific investigation in medico legal cases - for Kerala Police Association & advocates under Kottayam Bar Association.
  • Senior resident in Department Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology , Government Medical College, Trivandrum
  • Assistant professor in the department of forensic medicine, dr .SMCSI Medical College , Karakonam , Trivandrum.
  • Guest faculty for the newly implemented curriculum program, 'forensic nursing' for the bsc nursing fifth semester students - Caritas Nursing College, Kottayam.
Awards Received

University rank holder for the post graduate examination, forensic medicine & toxicology

Articles Published

The trend of homicides in southern Kerala from 2002-2016 :- a retrospective forensic - autopsy based study. journal of forensic science & medicine ( volume 7 / issue 4 / oct - dec 2021 ) wolter's kluwer publication)

Paper Presented In Conferences
  • A paper presented in the Simla 2018 Trivandrum National Annual Conference ( South Indian Medico – Legal Association) –
  • “Medico legal aspects of homicides in southern Kerala over the past 15 years – a retrospective study from 2002 – 2016 “

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