Dr. Kisan Rajaramji Patond, M.S. (Ortho), born on 26th February 1956, started carrier as Lecturer in Orthopaedics in the year 1983 at Government Medical College Nagpur, appointed as Professor of Orthopaedics from 30.04.1990 at MGIMS, Sewagram, presently working as Director Professor in Orthopaedics (since 01.04.2005) and Dean, MGIMS, Sewagram since 01.08.2014 till today as regular, full time and confirmed employee since 13.04.1990. Worked as Medical Superintendent of Kasturba Hospital, MGIMS from 01.10.2007 to 14.08.2009 and Head of the Department of Orthopaedics from 01.10.1988 till 31.07.2014. Is an active member of Vidarbha Orthopaedic Society, Indian Orthopaedic Association, Association of Spine Surgeons of India and World Orthopaedics Concern. Is recognized and approved UG teacher (since 1981), PG teacher (since December 1987) and Ph.D. teacher (since January 2008) with more than 175 publications in Index Journals at International, National and Regional levels. Guided approx. 50 PG Degree students (M.S.Ortho) with thesis and 25 PG Diploma students (D.Ortho). Regular in attending Regional, National and International Conferences/Workshop/CME/Seminars/ Symposia and presented Papers on different subjects of Orthopaedics,chaired the scientific sessions in Conferences, delivered invited talks, guest lectures and Orations at Post Graduate Instructional Courses of Indian Orthopaedic Association, Universities and Professional bodies. Successfully organized two regional Annual Orthopaedic Conferences, one Workshop and completed three funded research projects.Is a regular Examiner in Orthopaedics for UG/PG as Internal, External, Convener, Paper Setter, Valuer in theory/thesis of MUHS, Nashik and NBE, New Delhi. Awarded Shri D.V.Bhiwapurkar Prize for standing First in subject Surgery at the Undergraduate Final M.B.B.S. University Examination, Nagpur University during 1979. Two Original Articles in national Medical Journal of India received the First Award. Awarded Fellowship of National Academy of Medical Sciences of India, for reconstructive surgery in leprosy patients.