As part of its efforts to promote Indian systems of medicine and homoeopathy by way of increasing production, sale, acceptability, and generate employment opportunities, the Kerala government has decided to frame a dedicated Ayush policy for the state.
This is the first concrete step being taken by the Kerala government to strengthen the basis of the traditional treatment systems after the formation of the department of Ayush in the
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) invites application for the following posts in Ministry of Ayush under CGHS Advertisement No . 11/2015 Nameofthepost: Medical Officer/ Research Officer in Homoeopathy
B.Jain Group Presents KENT MEMORIAL LECTURES 2015, Organised by SOUTH DELHI HOMOEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION "UNDERSTANDING DRUG PERSONALITIES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP" NATIONAL HOMOEOPATHIC CONFERENCE On 12-13th SEPTEMBER 2015.
Directorate of Indian Medicine and
Homoeopathy, Chennai, invites application from eligible candidates for
admission to Post Graduate Degree Course, MD (Yoga and Naturopathy) for the
academic session 2015-2016.
Applications are invited for the Entrance Examination for admission to M D Homoeopathy Courses for the year 2015-16 in the Government Homoeopathic Medical Colleges at Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode. Applications have to be submitted online from 07-08-2015 to 19-08-2015, 3 PM The Entrance Examination will be conducted on 20-09-2015 (Sunday)
The International Yoga Day, celebrated on the 21st of June2015 caught everybody’s attention. The highlight was of course the Mass Yoga Demonstration wherein more than 35000 people participated. After some research & filing RTI applications, it is now clear that a total of Rs 32.75 crore was spent on the celebration.
Burn rajma for dental problems, avoid salt to cure infertility. Those are a few health tips aired on news channels. The United Kingdom’s communications regulator, Ofcom, has done something that regulators in India should have done a long time ago: curtail and fine television channels that promote “unsubstantiated and unqualified medical advice”.
Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth is an autonomous organization fully funded by the Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India. It is registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 with the Registrar Societies, Delhi Administration on 11th February, 1988 and functioning at Dhanwantari Bhawan, Road No. 66, Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi–110026.
The Vidyapeeth appoints renowned scholars and experts/practitioners in the field of Ayurveda as Gurus and runs two types of courses under traditional method of ‘Guru Shishya Parampara’.
With an aim to give a boost to traditional systems of medicines and incorporate them in the prevention and treatment of diseases, Kerala government will launch its AYUSH Department. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will launch the department and lay the foundation stone of the Ayush Bhavan. Speaker N.Sakthan would release the 'Vision-Mission,' a health department release said here.
KOLKATA: The celebrated Banerji protocol — a homoeopathy-based treatment method devised and practised successfully by legendary physician Prasanta Banerji for over 60 years — is ready to seek recognition as a separate stream of medicine. With a success rate of over 70% in cancer cases, it is time for the protocol to emerge as an independent branch of treatment, believes Banerji who moved to Kolkata from his native Mihijam, now in Jharkhand, in 1960 to practice homeopathy. Over six decades, Banerji has not only built a formidable reputation for his protocol which is often believed to be a magic cure..., he has altered it several times to incorporate modern methods and findings.
KOLKATA: While Modi government is focused on promoting Ayush, the country's only homeopathy college and hospital - National Institute of Homeopathy at Kolkata is left in the lurch. Although the institute still draws students from countries like Sri Lanka, Russia and Nepal, continuous student's protest against authorities and lack of infrastructural facilities have put the institute's reputation at stake.
NEW DELHI: The government is considering setting up a structured central regulatory regime for AYUSH drugs, Lok Sabha was informed today. "Government has considered setting up of a structured central regulatory regime for AYUSH drugs," AYUSH Minister Shripad Naik said in a written reply in Parliament. He said that the current proposal is to have a vertical structure for AYUSH in the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO).