Eva Gauchan

Dr. Eva is a Masters Degree holder in Pediatrics and Adolescence Medicine and is Head Of Department and Associate Proffessor of Pediatrics in Manipal Collage of Medical Sciences.

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Dr. Eva Gauchan obtained her high school degree at Modern Indian School (1992) prior to attending Institute of Applied Health Sciences – University of Science & Technology (2000), Chittagong, Bangladesh. Then she to home country Nepal to attend Nepal Medical Collage and Technical Hospital –Kathmandu, as a Medical Officer (2002). After than she even worked as Lecturer of Pediatrics at Kathmandu Medical Collage and Technical Hospital (2007) after the completion of Master’s degree of Pediatrics and Adolescence Medicine.

After serving Kathmandu Medical Collage, she then returned to home town Pokhara and started to work as a Lecturer of Pediatrics in Manipal Collage of Medical Science and now she is the Head of Pediatrics Department. She has actively been contributed in authoring various articles as: Clinical profile and outcome of babies admitted to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Manipal Teaching Hospital, Pokhara. Journal of Institute of Medicine 2011. Variability of presentations and CT scan findings in children with neurocysticercosis. Kathmandu University Medical Journal 2011.Relation of Sociodemographic and Personal Hygiene on Different Childhood Dermatoses. Kathmandu University Medical Journal 2015. Meconium Aspiration Syndrome and Neonatal Outcome: A Prospective Study.” American Journal of Public Health Research 2015. Relationship of Renal Function Tests and Electrolyte Levels with Severity of Dehydration in Acute Diarrhea. Journal of Nepal Health Research Council 2015.    C-reactive protein versus Neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio in differentiating bacterial and non-bacterial pneumonia in children. Journal of Nepal Health Research Council 2016.
High red cell distribution width as a biomarker of mortality in critically ill pediatric patients. Journal of Nepal Pediatric Society 2020 Factors predicting failure of empirical antibiotic therapy in neonatal sepsis in the first one week of life. Journal of Chitwan Medical College 2021 Growth parameters of exclusively breastfed versus non-exclusively fed infants in the first 5 months of life before introduction of semi-solid foods Variation in spirometry parameters in children with and without recurrent respiratory problems.




MBBS (Chittagong, Bangladesh) 
 MD Pediatrics (BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences) 

Doctor’s Services

  • March 2019 till date:  Head of  Department
                                           Manipal College of Medical Sciences Pokhara
  • July 2017 till date : Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
                                       Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara


  • May 2012-June 2017 : Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
                                            Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara


  • Jan 2008-April 2012: Lecturer, Department of Pediatrics          
                                           Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara


  • Sep 2006-Dec 2007: Lecturer , Department of Pediatrics                           
                                          Kathmandu Medical College Teaching Hospital Sinamangal, Kathmandu


  • May 2001-Aug 2002: Medical Officer, Department of Internal Medicine  
                                           Nepal Medical College Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu 



MD Pediatrics and Adolescence Medicine

B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal


MBBS (Chittagong Bangladesh)

University of Science & Technology, Institute of Applied Health Sciences


Intermediate (CBSE Board)

Modern Indian School, Kathmandu, Nepal


SLC (Government Of Nepal)

Sidhartha Vanasthali School, Kathmandu, Nepal

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