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PG Draft Syllabus

The following are the draft syllabus of Post Graduate studies in Ayurveda – Please suggest any changes required in the syllabus to CCIM.

Request to oppose the new gazette notification

Respected Dignitaries/Leaders of Ayurveda,

We came to know that you have been invited for the interactive workshop to be held at the Dept. of AYUSH, getting an opportunity to express your opinions on the new gazette notification of CCIM on the minimum standard requirements for Ayurveda colleges and attached hospitals. As you have already gone through the new gazette notification, we do not need to explain how it could become the biggest blow Ayurveda education has ever faced. The reduction in the number of teachers required, option as reader or professor in all subjects except Kaya chikitsa, superannuation of maximum age limit of teachers to 70 years, min. only 40% bed occupancy required and visitation by CCIM once in five years are major points of the new gazette which will worsen the Ayurveda education if the notification come into execution.

We are happy that you have been asked to opine on this and we are sure that being sincere well-wisher of Ayurveda you will definitely try your best for withdrawal this draft notification by expressing your strong views against it and in favour of Ayurveda education. We are sure that you will represent Ayurveda fraternity in the workshop more effectively, being true to your consciousness for the cause of Ayurveda, irrespective of any pressure from any corner.

At this junction, we would like bring your kind notice on the statements
made by Madras High Court expressing concern about the fading away of the indigenous systems of medicine from public domain due to a systematic campaign conducted during the colonial rule in order to promote allopathic treatment. Justice V. Ramasubramanian in March 2012 traced various historical instances which according to him, if ignored, “would put the indigenous systems of medicine in the Intensive Care Unit and that too in an allopathic hospital.”

Quoting this statement, The Hindu made national news on March 20, 2012 titled, “High Court bats for Indigenous Medicine”. (For full length of the news, please follow the link-
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Madurai/article3016295.ece). In a concluding statement it stated “At present, most of the larger institutions promoting indigenous systems of medicine are controlled and financed by the State Governments, and little interest shown at the central level.”

Ayurveda has been suffering from poor care by the government policies. No national health programmes have included Ayurveda so far. On the other hand, now it is the time where policies made for Ayurveda itself are throwing it down. We are fortunate that you have a potential role in
preventing this from execution without amendment of the above specified lacunae and we request you all to strongly put forward your views in the interest of Ayurveda education and Ayurveda fraternity in the workshop on 7th.

We are sure you will utilize this best opportunity, raise your voice for
the science you belong to and ensure us that Ayurveda is lead by the right hands.
Advance greetings for the Independence Day.
Yours Sincerely,
*PG and PhD Scholars ,
Institute for Post Graduate Teaching & Research in Ayurveda,
Gujarat Ayurved University,
Jamnagar, Gujarat.

CCIM REGULATION-18 JULY 2012

These are the new regulations given by the eminent to save the Indian Heritage and Ayurveda for Long time. But it looks as if they think what is  not able to be done by the many in the past is done by the few in future. Probably all is the fault of Ayurvedist to ruin the system and running behind the Allopathy for the livelihood.  May God Save Ayurveda!

Teacher’s List 2012-13

All over India AYUSH colleges teachers listing is displayed in CCIM site.  It is a good start from the hands of Dr. Ved Prakash Tyagi (President, CCIM from 5-7-2012) [ccimpresident@gmail.com,  dr.vptyagi@gmail.com]. This facilitates the colleges to correct themselves from duplicating Teachers and regulate the AYUSH teachers from malpractices. But how can CCIM stop the teachers those who are “Paper Tigers” – just on paper or visiting in a year or so. Let the CCIM provide a grievance/complaint cell through CCIM portal. It offers the line open to Students, Parents, UN-employed AYUSH teachers to observe and enroll in portal. It becomes a good stop or at least prevention for the  Teachers non presence in the Institutional areas.  Click to see the site

You can click to download List of teachers 2012-13

BAMS amendment 2012

dated  26 april2012 - click to see inslideshare

AYUSH Practice Rule

ACCREDITATION OF AYUSH Colleges

In association with Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,  QCI is designing STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF AYUSH Colleges. The draft Scheme documents are being made available for public comments till Oct 15, 2010. [source]

Comments may be sent to:

Dr Bhawna Gulati
Assistant Director
National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH)
Quality Council of India
2nd Floor, Institution of Engineers Building 2,
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg New Delhi – 110002
Telefax: 91-11-23379321/9621/9260/0567
Email: bhawna.nabh@qcin.orgeonrbpt@qcin.org