Dr. Manoj Kumar Daga

Dr. Manoj Kumar Daga

Consultant & Director of Paediatric & Adult Cardiac Surgery

BMB Department of Cardiac Surgery


With MS in Cardiac Surgery, Dr. Daga has a relevant amount of experience in the field. His special interest is both adult and cardiac surgery with special interest in Coronary and Aortic Root Surgery, Heart and Lung Transplant. He has secured 1st Rank in All Assam First Aid exam conducted by Red Cross.

Education and Fellowships

  • MBBS – SP Medical College Bikaner, Rajasthan – 1996
  • M.S (Gen Surgery) – SMS Medical College & Hospital, Jaipur, Rajasthan – 1999
  • MCh. (Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery )- G.B. Pant Hospital New Delhi- 2002
  • Fellowship in Adult Cardiac Surgery at Auckland City Hospital – Dec 2005 – Dec 2007

Special Interests

  • Both adult and cardiac surgery with special interest in Coronary and Aortic Root Surgery, Heart and lung Transplant.

Previous Experience

  • Worked as Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon with Apollo Gleneagles Hospital
  • Worked as Consultant Cardiac Surgeon at Auckland City Hospital (formerly Green Lane)
  • Worked as Consultant at RTIICS
  • Worked as a fellow in the Department of CTSU at Auckland City Hospital
  • Worked as Junior Consultant at Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Kolkata
  • Worked at GB Pant Hospital as a trainee for MCh in CTVS
  • Worked at KGMC Lucknow
  • Worked as Senior Resident at Malhotra Heart Institute, New Delhi
  • Worked in the Department of General Surgery at SMS Medical College and Hospital

Award & Honors

  • Secured 13th rank in Dr B.L. Sanwal award test for best student in Surgery
  • Secured 1st Rank in All Assam First Aid exam conducted by Red Cross

Professional Membership

  • Indian Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons as a life member
  • Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of West Bengal as a life member

Research and Publications

  • Presented poster on double valve replacement with Konno Rastan Aortoventriculoplasty in a patient with a small aortic root at CT CON 2005
  • Presented poster on surgical osteoplasty of coronary ostium in coronary ostial disease at CT CON 2005