Dr. Ankit jain

Associate Consultant Paediatrics



Written 4 chapters in 3 different Neonatal books. Book 1- A chapter on Respiratory Nutraceuticals in "Holistic Care of Newborns on CPAP" Book 2 - A chapter on Extubation from Ventilation in " Holistic Care of Newborns on Mechanical Ventilation " Book 3 - A chapter on Organ Specific Nutraceuticals in " “Holistic Concept of Neonatal Nutrition”

Developed a model for Intraosseous needle insertion in preterms of which patent is pending

Conducted 2 National level Workshop attended by 100+ participants and trained and delivered a lecture on High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation -Practices and Training. Worked and trained in Pediatric Gastroenterology in SGPGI, Lucknow

Dr. Ankit jain began his medical journey from KMC, Manipal in 2009. He won multiple accolades during his undergraduate course. Post that he joined CCMH Hospital for his post-graduation in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh where he got trained in all aspects of Pediatrics. After postgrad, he worked in Balgopal children hospital, Raipur and Sanjay Gandhi PGI, Lucknow . After that he did his fellowship in Neonatology where he was awarded gold medal in his batch. He has been trained in all aspects of newborn care and has a keen interest in Neonatal Ventilation, nutrition, development of newborn and Lactation care in mothers

Medical Qualifications

Post Doctoral Fellowship ( Neonatology ) - 2022
DNB ( Pediatrics ) - 2017
MBBS - 2009

Specialization and Expertise

  • Extreme preterm care
  • All modes of ventilation
  • Coordination and management of Level-3 NICU
  • Nutrition and development of newborn

Memberships & Certifications

  • IAP
  • NNF
  • PALS
  • NALS
  • Advance NRP

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Gold medal in MBBS
  • Gold medal in Post doctoral fellowship


  • :   Effect of maternal age and gestational weight gain on anthropometry of the newborn in semi urban area of Chhattisgarh, India-https://pesquisa.bvsalud.org/portal/resource/pt/sea-204297,
  • :   Usefulness of Mean Gastric Emptying Time in Late Preterm and Term AGA and SGA Newborns to Determine Feeding Frequency—An Observational Study:,