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Ayurveda Departments in 19 new AIIMS: AYUSH Minister Naik


Ayurveda Departments in 19 new AIIMS: AYUSH Minister Naik

New Delhi: Minister of State for AYUSH Shri Shripad Yesso Naik has  recently announced that Ayurveda Departments will be opened in the new 19 AIIMS. He said work is already on to start  Ayurveda Departments in hundred  ESIC hospitals under Ministry of Labour.  Further, approval has been received from Home Ministry to open Ayurveda Departments in seven hospitals of BSF and other Paramilitary forces.

Inaugurating the 3rd Ayurveda Day in New Delhi along with Union Minister for Science & Technology, Earth Sciences and Environment, Forest and Climate Change Dr. Harshvardhan, Shri Naik said, this year Ministry has taken many steps to fulfil the theme ‘Ayurveda for public health’ and decided for further expand the coverage of the National Programme of ‘Prevention of Non Communicable Disease’ from existing six states. The Minister further said, the Ministry will organise 50 workshops in collaboration with MSME to enhance entrepreneurship in Ayurveda and AYUSH sector.

While addressing the gathering Dr Harshvardhan shared his experiences about Ayurveda and other systems of Indian medicine. He emphasised upon the scientific integration of AYUSH system of medicines. He has also appreciated yesterday’s seminar for sensitizing young entrepreneurs and exploring business opportunities in Ayurveda.

The third Ayurveda Day is being celebrated throughout the country on the occasion of Dhanwantari Jayanti today. As a part of Ayurveda Day celebration, Ministry had organised a “National Seminar on Entrepreneurship and Business Development in Ayurveda” in association with NITI Aayog on 4th & 5th November 2018 at New Delhi, with the intention to encourage entrepreneurs and Ayurveda stakeholders towards businesses opportunities in the sector. The National Dhanwantary Ayurveda Awards were also given away.

Nearly 800 participants from across the country participated in the main function of 3rd Ayurveda day. On this occasion “National Dhanwantari Ayurveda Award” were also conferred to eminent Vaidyas. This year, this prestigious awards are given to Vd. S.K. Mishra,   Prof. M. S. Baghel  and  Dr.Itoozhi Bhavadasan for their significant contribution for the promotion of Ayurveda. A cash prize of Rs. 5 lacs along with citation are given to the awardees. The winners of the National level Ayurveda quiz conducted by All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), New Delhi, were also felicitated during the function.

Another highlight observation of the 3rd Ayurveda Day was launch of the AYUSH-Health Management Information System (A-HMIS), a dedicated software application for Electronic Health Record (EHR) for the AYUSH systems of Healthcare which is expected to revolutionise the way Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy are practised in the country, by inducting modern IT-solutions into these systems.

Member NITI Aayog Dr V.K. Paul, Vaidya Rajech Kotecha, Secretary-AYUSH,  Vaidya  Devendra Triguna, Sh. Pramod Kumar Pathak, Additional Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH and Sh. P.N. Ranjit Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH were also present on this occasion.




Source: Government Press Release
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  1. Efforts must be ma to incorporate well established useful practices from Ayurveda in to modern (allopathic) medicine. These practices need to be studied and tested properly before incorporation . Thus we may be able to compile INDIAN medical practice. We all may benefit from the wisdom of Sages Sushruta and Charaka.

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    Dr M.B. Gururaja November 8, 2018, 10:37 am

    Good decision by the govt.
    On many occasions patients using both type of medications simultaneously without any untoward incidents rather improving the patient condition.
    This gives more scope to do research in an integrated pattern .

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    Dr. Rafiqul Islam November 6, 2018, 4:33 pm

    Good decision by government

  4. Make one common pgee test comprising mbbs , bds , fmge , BHMS, BAMS together

    Allow crossing discipline in pgee

    The result will show difference in quality easily.

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    Dr. Dhanakar Thakur November 6, 2018, 2:18 pm

    hasty amalgamation of AYUSH will only make inferior health services. Amalgamation is possible only if some years common medical training is ensued(eg, LMP) after which one can opt for MBBS/BAMS/DHMS etc.10+2 School examination
    First competitive examination
    STAGE – I
    LMP in Medical Schools
    (Three years+ six months of rural posting)
    Second competitive examination
    STAGE – II
    MBBS, BAMS, BHMS, etc.
    (Two years+ one year of Internship)
    STAGE – III
    Specialist Certificate Residency º
    P.G. Diploma of present day
    (Two years at Medical Schools / Colleges + one year of District Hospital posting)
    Third competitive examination
    STAGE – IV
    P.G. (MD/MS in all ‘pathy’) courses (two years)
    Fourth competitive examination
    STAGE – V
    Post- P.G. (DM/MCh/PhD) courses (Three years).
    N.B.: No two courses should be taught in one institution (i.e. LMP / MBBS / P.G. / Post-P.G. should have separate institutions) to avoid bias in selecting students and to give emphasis on their part of medical education.

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    * Suggested first as an editorial in the Aayurvigyan Pragati, 1991; 7; 34 and later in the 1st Dr. B. N. Das Gupta Oration at the IX National Conference of the NMO at Udaipur on 9.4.1994.