About Doctor


Dr. Subrata Naskar is a renowned neuropsychiatrist currently practising in south Kolkata. For last 8 years he has been treating patients with various mental illnesses with compassion and care for which he has received the love and respect of his patients and their families. He passed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree (MBBS) from Calcutta National Medical Collge & Hospital, Kolkata, following which he took his training in general Psychiatry (M.D) from Silchar Medical College. There he underwent rigorous training in treating patients with various psychopathologies namely schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder etc. Working in the north eastern part of India where substance abuse is a major hazard he got extensive exposure in working in deaddiction programmes for patients with various substance abuse. He also took special training in neurology from Gauhati Medical College treating patients with various neuropsychiatric problems. Following that he attended the prestigious National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS, Bangalore), an institute of national importance and recieved training in child & adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and family therapy. He has numerous research papers published in national as well as international journals. Currently he is practising as a consultant neuropsychiatrist at Institute of Neurosciences Kolkata.

My Profile

2004 – 2010 
MBBS – Calcutta National Medical College
M.D. Psychiatry – 3 years residency
Silchar Medical College, Silchar, Assam

Certificate course at National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry,  Forensic Psychiatry & Behaviour therapy. 

Management of patients in need of psychiatric care (Acute & Chronic) 

  • Acute transient psychosis, Suicidal patients, Patients with schizophrenia, Bipolar disorder, Anxiety disorder, Obsessive compulsive disorder.

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

  • ADHD, Conduct disorder,Oppositional defient disorder, Developmental delay

Addiction Medicine

  • Detoxification & deaddiction of substance and management of related disorder


Family psychotherapy 

Dr. Subrata Naskar worked on numerous research projects on various mental health issues in India. He did his M.D thesis on psychiatric comorbidities and seizure disorders in intellectually disabled people. He currently has numerous national and international publications which were widely appreciated by the academic community. Currently he is working on various research projects in eastern India like Substance use pattern and personality correlates in youths; Distribution of child psychiatric disorders in school going children; Phenomenology, suicidal intent and disability in obsessive compulsive disorders; Comparing phenomenology of dissociative disorder across religions.

1. Nath K, Naskar S. A clinical study on seizure disorder in intellectually disabled patients in Barak Valley, North-Eastern India. Open J Psychiatry Allied Sci. 2016;7:46-53. doi:10.5958/2394-2061.2015.00023.3. Epub 2015 Nov 11. (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

2. Nath K. Naskar S (2015, Oct 27). Rapid onset resistant dystonia with low dose of Levosulpiride [Letter to the editor]. The British Journal of Psychiatry. URL: http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/190/1/81.2.e-letters#rapid-onset-resistant-dystonia-with- low-dose-of-levosulpiride (LETTER TO EDITOR)

3.Nath, K., Naskar, S., & Victor, R. (2016). A Cross-Sectional Study on the Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Ill Effects of Internet Addiction Among Medical Students in Northeastern India. The Primary Care Disorder, 18(2), 16. http://doi.org/10.4088/PCC.15m01909 (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

4. Nath K, Naskar S, Victor R, Saxena K. Study of prescription pattern in emergency psychiatry in a tertiary care academic hospital of a developing country: a retrospective study. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016;5:45–54. doi:10.18203/2319-2003.ijbcp20160099.


5. Nath K, Dutta M, Baruah A, Naskar S. A clinical study of minor physical anomalies in patients with schizophrenia. Int J Res Med Sci. 2016; 4(3): 778-783. doi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20160517 (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

6. Naskar S, Nath K. A clinical study on intellectual disability in northeastern India: insight into the sociodemographic risk factors of a developing country. Int J Med Sci Public Health. Online First: 03 Feb, 2016. doi:10.5455/ijmsph.2016.23122015323 (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

7. Nath K, Victor R, Naskar S. An Atypical and Resistant Case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Responding Satisfactorily with an

Unusual way of Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy. J Clin Diagnostic Res 2016;10:34. doi:10.7860/JCDR/2016/18633.7481. (CASE REPORT)

8. Dutta, M., Nath, K., Baruah, A., & Naskar, S. (2016). A clinical study of neurological soft signs in patients with schizophrenia.

Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, (AOP), 1–7. http://doi.org/10.4103/0976-3147.181481 (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

9. Nath, K., Boro, B., & Naskar, S. (2016). A Rare Case of Mayer-Rokitansky- Kuster-Hauser Syndrome Presenting with Acute

Psychosis. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, 10(4), VD03 – VD04. http://doi.org/10.7860/JCDR/2016/18478.7658 (CASE REPORT)

10. Nath K, Victor R, Naskar S. Comparative study of various socio-demographic variables in patients having type 2 diabetes mellitus with or without depressive disorder: a brief report. Open J Psychiatry Allied Sci. 2016 Apr 8. [Epub ahead of print] (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)

11. Naskar S. Decoding Pseudocyesis – A glimpse into its complex psychobiology. In: Scientific Update of 26th Annual Conference of The Indian Psychiatric Society -Assam State Branch 2016. Academy Publisher; 2016. p. 70–4. (REVIEW ARTICLE)

12. Naskar, S., Victor, R., Nath, K., Choudhury, H., 2017. “Radio inside my head”: A curious case of early onset ?stuck song syndrome? or obsessive-compulsive disorder with predominant musical obsession. Indian J. Psychol. Med. 39, 373. doi:10.4103/0253- 7176.207333 (CASE REPORT)

13. Naskar, S., Victor, R., Das, H., Nath, K., 2017. Telepsychiatry in India ? Where do we stand? A comparative review between global

and Indian telepsychiatry programs. Indian J. Psychol. Med. 39, 223. doi:10.4103/0253-7176.207329 (SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ARTICLE)

14. Naskar, S., Victor, R., Nath, K., Sengupta, C., 2016. “One level more”: A narrative review on internet gaming disorder. Ind.

Psychiatry J. 25, 145. doi:10.4103/ipj.ipj_67_16 (REVIEW ARTICLE)

15. Naskar, S., Victor, R., Nath, K., 2017. Depression in diabetes mellitus − a comprehensive systematic review of literature from an

Indian perspective. Asian J. Psychiatr. doi: 10.1016/j.ajp.2017.02.018 (SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ARTICLE)

16. Naskar, S., Jakati, PK., 2017. ‘Vaping’ – emergence of a new paraphernalia – a review. Indian J. Psychol. Med. AOP (SYSTEMATIC


17. Jakati, PK. Naskar, S., 2017. “The Barking Girl” – a case report of psychogenic cough in a child with review of literature. Indian J.

Psychol. Med. AOP (CASE REPORT)

18. Nath, K., Kar, G., Naskar, S., Silchar, M., College, M., 2016. A clinical study of depressive disorder in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in North-Eastern India. Int. J. Curr. Res. 8, 42435–42442. (ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE)