Gone are the times of knowing only AIIMS because we have now AIIA- All India Institute of Ayurveda which was inaugurated on 2nd National Ayurveda Day marking the birthday the Hindu God of medical science Lord Dhanwantri in New Delhi today. Prime Minister Modi seems to be on working full-fledged on Hindutva model at least in medical science by offering Ayurveda medical institute, promoting the science which is originally from India only.
Here is the full story of the event today –
Calling for a health revolution under the leadership of Ayurveda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated to reconsider different levels of different courses being done in Ayurvedic education and use of empty land of farmers with traditional cultivation for medicinal plants. He also emphasized on exploring the possibility of doing research for promoting the science.
While dedicating the first Akhil Bharatiya Ayurveda Institute to the nation on the lines of AIIMS, Modi said, “We want to double the income of the farmers till 2022, in such a situation, if the farmers use their empty land to produce medicinal plants, Then its income will also increase He said that for the last 30 years IT Revolution has been seen in the world. Now there should be a health revolution under the leadership of Ayurveda”.
He said that we need not only to pay a lot of attention to quality Ayurvedic education. Rather it should be scaled up further. Like the Panchkarma Therapist, Ayurvedic Dietician, Parakati Analyst, Ayurveda Pharmacist, and a complete supporting chain of Ayurveda should also be developed.
He said it is possible that the course of BAMS should be designed in such a way that after getting the exams, the student should get any certificate. If this happens, there will be two advantages. Those students who would like to start their practice along with further studies will be comfortable and students who have missed their studies for some reason, they also have a certificate of any level of Ayurveda.
ABOUT AIIA – The Ayurveda Institute
The institute will concentrate on crucial research of Ayurveda, medicate advancement, institutionalization, quality control, security assessment and logical approval of Ayurvedic solution.
AIIA has a 200-bed referral healing centre for encouraging clinical research. Once completely settled, the Institute will have 25 Specialty Departments and 12 centres with 8 between disciplinary research labs wherein a few Scholars will approach PG and PhD programs each year.
Demonstrated along the lines of AIIMS, the organization goes for bringing a collaboration between customary shrewdness of Ayurveda and present-day devices and innovation.
The organization, which is set up on an aggregate region of 10.01 sections of land on a financial plan of Rs 157 crore, is the main medicinal foundation under the Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH) service to hold the pined for National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) accreditation.
In a to start with, AIIA will give cutting edge Ayurvedic treatment offices where going to negotiators, delegates and other intrigued remote guests, alongside normal open, will be taken for an impression or direct involvement of traditional Ayurveda treatments, training and logical research.
The establishment will likewise pull in outside patients for Ayurvedic treatment perpetual medical issues that other therapeutic frameworks have not discovered answers for. This thusly will help support medicinal tourism in India.
The AIIA’s healing facility shut right now gives outpatient administrations and pharmaceuticals are being without given of cost. Right now, the clinical claims to fame running in the healing centrepiece are Neurological and Degenerative Disease Care Unit, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Care Unit, Diabetes and Metabolic/Allergic Disorders Care Unit, Yoga, Panchakarma Clinic, Kriya Kalpa, Diabetic Retinopathy Clinic, Kshara Evum Anushastra Karma and Infertility Clinic.
The organization additionally gloats of pathology, natural chemistry, microbiology and Radiology research facilities/Diagnosis offices.