Department of Samhita Siddhant (Basic Principles)

Explanation of fundamental principles and concepts encompassed within Samhita Siddhant. Breakdown of key concepts such as Panchamahabhutas (five elements), Tridosha theory (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), Saptadhatu (seven tissues), etc.

Department of Rachana Sharir (Anatomy)

The Department of Rachana Sharir, also known as Anatomy, is a crucial department within the field of Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine originating in India. Rachana Sharir specifically focuses on the structural aspect of the human body, encompassing the study of anatomical structures, their characteristics, functions, and interrelationships.

Department of Kriya Sharir (Physiology)

In Ayurveda, understanding Kriya Sharir is crucial for comprehending the dynamic processes that occur within the body to maintain homeostasis and overall well-being. Students studying Kriya Sharir delve into various physiological systems, including the respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system, nervous system, and endocrine system, among others.

Department of Dravyaguna (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy)

The Department of Dravyaguna is a significant department within the field of Ayurveda, focusing on Dravyaguna Vidnyan, which translates to the science of medicinal substances. This department primarily deals with Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy, which are crucial aspects of Ayurvedic medicine.

Department of Ras Sastra & Bhaisajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics)

Ras Shastra primarily deals with the preparation and therapeutic use of metals and minerals in Ayurvedic medicine. It involves processes such as purification, detoxification, and combination with herbal ingredients to enhance their therapeutic efficacy and reduce toxicity. This discipline also encompasses the study of various alchemical processes used to transform raw materials into medicinal compounds.

Department of Swasthavritta (Preventive & Social Medicine including Yoga)

Swasthavritta encompasses a wide range of topics, including public health principles, epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health, occupational health, and community medicine. It also integrates the principles and practices of Yoga, recognizing its significant role in maintaining physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Department of Agada Tantra & Vyavhar Ayurveda (Toxicology & Medical Jurisprudence)

Agada Tantra primarily focuses on toxicology, including the study of toxic substances, their effects on the body, and methods of detoxification and treatment. This involves understanding the principles of toxicology, including toxicokinetics, toxicodynamics, mechanisms of toxicity, and antidotes. Students learn about various poisonous substances, including plants, animals, minerals, and chemicals, and their effects on different organ systems.

Department of Roga Nidan Avam Vikriti Nidan (Clinical diagnosis & Pathology)

Practical training in Roga Vigyan Avam Vikriti Vigyan often involves clinical rotations, case discussions, and hands-on experience in diagnostic procedures and pathological examinations. Students may also participate in interdisciplinary clinics, where they collaborate with other healthcare professionals to assess and manage patients’ health conditions using integrative approaches.

Department of Prasuti Tantra & Stri Roga (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

The Department of Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga is a vital department within the field of Ayurveda, focusing on Obstetrics and Gynecology. This department plays a crucial role in training students to understand the unique health needs of women, including reproductive health, pregnancy, childbirth, and gynecological conditions, from an Ayurvedic perspective.

Department of kaumarbhritya (Pediatrics)

In the Department of Kaumarbhritya, students study various topics related to pediatric health, including growth and development, nutrition, immunization, common childhood diseases, behavioral disorders, and preventive healthcare measures. They learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of pediatric illnesses, diagnose conditions, and formulate treatment plans tailored to the specific needs of young patients.

Department of Kayachikitsa (Internal Medicine)

The curriculum in the Department of Kayachikitsa covers a wide range of internal medicine specialties, including gastroenterology, hepatology, cardiology, pulmonology, nephrology, endocrinology, rheumatology, neurology, and hematology, among others. Students learn about the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, and treatment principles of various diseases according to Ayurvedic perspectives.

Department of Shalya (General Surgery)

The Department of Shalya Tantra is a crucial department within the field of Ayurveda, focusing on General Surgery. Shalya Tantra deals with surgical procedures for the treatment of various ailments, injuries, and deformities using both invasive and non-invasive techniques according to Ayurvedic principles.

Department of Shalakya (Eye, ENT, dentistry)

In the Department of Shalakya Tantra, students study the anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders affecting the eyes, ears, nose, throat, and oral cavity according to Ayurvedic principles.

Department of Panchakarma (Bio-Purification Therapy)

Panchakarma therapy is an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine and involves a series of therapeutic procedures designed to cleanse the body of toxins (ama) and restore balance to the doshas (bio-energies) – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These procedures aim to remove accumulated metabolic waste products, improve digestion and metabolism, and rejuvenate the body and mind.