Improving the Quality of Education in AYUSH Sector

There are two important things to improve the quality of education in AYUSH system. One is educational infrastructure and other one is content. When we are talking about educational infrastructure, we expect all resources to develop and deliver educational programming,

By Dr. Manoj Nesari Posted on

Homoeopathy Education in India and Challenges

The word Homoeopathy is derived from Greek words ‘Homoeo’ meaning similar and ‘Pathos’ meaning suffering. The system was invented by Dr Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), a German physician, pharmacist and author, born in Meissen, Germany who had become dissatisfied

By Prof. Dr. Gautam Ash Posted on

Need to upgrade PG Education with strict rules

Dr B R RamaKrishna  is an expert in Ayurvedic Pharmacology and Panchakarma and has been teaching Ayurveda since long. With Post Graduation in Ayurveda and Yoga he is always very enthusiastic about conducting workshops and sensitizing people about the Indian

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Improving Ayurvedic Education in India

The post-independent India’s political scenario is dominated by western model, especially in the areas of education, development and health. Contrary to the Gandhian philosophy of Swaraj and his critiques on modern western civilization, the political leadership in India ignored the

By Prof. Dr. G.G. Gangadharan Posted on

Need to Re-form Education in Unani Medicine

The practice of Unani system of medicine stretches all the way back in to the misty dawn of time. The Asia-Pacific database on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) by Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU) has deemed Unani System of Medicine

By Dr. Malik Itrat Posted on

Qualities of Vaidacharyas

Charaka has given the definition of the authority (the physician) – those who are free from rajas and tamas and endowed with strength of penance and knowledge, and whose knowledge is impeccable, always above contradiction and universally true is past,

By Dr. Meeta Kotecha Posted on

Requirements of Minimum Standard

The total build up area required for adequate infrastructure including medical college, hospital and other infrastructure required under regulations, is made available in a single piece of land, not less than three acres, for an intake capacity up to sixty

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Prediabetes: A Wake up Call

Prediabetes is referred to as ‘impaired fasting glucose’ or ‘impaired glucose tolerance’. It is an underlying condition where body suffers from insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that allows sugar in the blood to enter the

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