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College-Depts-Ayurvedic-SectionAyurvedic Section:
S.NO. NAME OF THE DEPARTMENT 1. M AULIK SIDDHANT (Basic Principles) 2. RACH NA SHARIR (Anatomy)
3. KRIYA SHARIR (Physiology) 4. D R A V Y A G U N A (Pharmacology and Materia M ed ica )_________ | 5. R A SA SHASTRA (Pharmaceutical science) 6. ROG NID A N (Pathology)
7. SW ASTHYAVRITTA((Preventive and Social MediCine & Yoga)
8. AGAD TANTRA(M edical Jurisprudence & Toxicology) 9. PRASUTI & STRIROGA (Obstetrics & Gynaecology.)
10. K AUM ARBH ARATYA (Paediatrics)
11. KAYACHIKITSA(Ayurved M edicine)
12. SHALY A( Surgery)
13. SHALAKYA TANTRA(Eye & ENT)
Name of the department : Samhita-Siddhant-Sanskrit
Introduction to the department- Deals with Basic principles of Ayurved which is the root of ayurvedic medicines.
Faculties- 1) Dr. Nishi Arora, MD, PhD (Ayurveda), PGDCFT (Associate professor)
2) Dr.Kousik Das Mahapatra, MD, PhD(Ayurveda), PGDCFT (Lecturer)
3) Mrs.Mukta, M.A., PhD in Sanskrit(Lecturer)
4) Dr. Sangeeta Mishra ,MD,PhD Available equipments- Chart-30, Models-10
Departmental activities regular classes (40/week), Departmental seminar (Once in amonth), CME conducted in 2015
Publications- 1) Dr. Nishi Arora, MD, PhD (Ayurveda), PGDCFT (Associate professor)- 3 books.
2) Dr.Kousik Das Mahapatra, MD, PhD(Ayurveda), PGDCFT (Lecturer)- 2 books, 20 scientific papers
Research ongoing Multi-dimensional study on Diabetes
D eta ils o f F acu lty Sl.No. Name of the
faculty Qualification Date of
, MD, PhD, PGDCFT
16/09/2010 Lecturer 9582464064
9468457364
INTRODUCTION TO THE DEPARTMENT-
Rachna Sharir is first year subject of ayurved professional. It stands as
one the important pillar of basic principal of ayurved. The subject includes
study of normal body structures as stated in ayurved samhitas by different
acharyas along with the study of modern anatomy. This subject has been in
our history from long periods written in various samhitas sharir sthana.
Sushrut sharir sthana is accepted as superior literature among all related sharir
sthana. Sharir means ‘human body’ and rachna means ‘structure’ therefore
rachna sharir is the branch of ayurved which deals with the knowledge of
structure of human body . All the medical sciences require more or less basic
knowledge of Rachana Sharir. Hence this branch is indeed one of the
compulsory and important part of ayurved . As per new CCIM syllabus
Rachna Sharir comprises of ayurved srotas,marma,sira,dhamani etc and also
the modern anatomy.
Sl. No
MD (Ay) 05 /08 /2008 Associate Proffessor
8588875233
3 Dr. Sarang Vijay Ingle
MD(AYU) 31 /05 /2016 Assistant Professor
9970194682
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AVAILABLE INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENTS, CHARTS & MODELS
S. NO. NAME OF THE MODELS QUANTITY
1. WHOLE BODY MUSCULATURE MALE
01
01
7. EYE BALL 03 8. LUNGS 02 9. STOMACH WITH
DUODENUM 03
10. KNEE JOINT 01 11. EAR 03 12. KIDNEY 03 13. HEART 01 14. HAND 01 15. FOOT 01 16. ARM 01 17. LEG 01 18. VENTRICLES OF BRAIN 01 19. DISARTICULATED BRAIN 03 20. HIP JOINT 01 21. SHOULDER JOINT 01 22. ELBOW JOINT 01 23. HEAD & NECK 01 24. NASAL CAVITY 02 25. ORAL CAVITY 01 26. THYROID AND
PARATHYROID GLAND 02
02
02
02
30. TONSILS 01 31. FOETAL CIRCULATION 02 32. PITUTARY GLAND 01 33. NOSE AND PHARYNX
SAGITTAL SECTION 02
REGION 02
FERTILISATION IN UTERUS 02
SECTION 01
SYSTEM 02
SYSTEM 02
CANAL 02
48. CIRCULATORY SYSTEM 01 49. ARTERIAS OF LOWER LIMB 01 50. TESTIS CROSS SECTION 01 51. SPINAL CORD WITH SPINAL
NERVES 02
52. PELVIC CAVITY 01 53. DELOPING FOETUS 01 54. T. S. ABDOMINAL CAVITY
VARIOUS LEVELS 07
01
56. CEREBELLUM 02 57. TRACHEA WITH LUNGS 01 58. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 01 59. URINARY SYSTEM 01 60. CARDIOVASCULAR
SYSTEM 01
61. OVUM 01 62. ZYGOTE 01 63. STOMACH MUSCULATURE 01 64. TEETH ALL 04 65. DUODENUM WITH
PANCREAS 01
66. ENDOMENTRIUM 01 67. INTERNAL EAR 01 68. VARIOUS STAGES OF
EMBRYO 01
69. LIVER 02 70. MODEL CELL DIVISION 18 71. PORTAL SYSTEM 02 72. PROSTATE 01 73. LARYNX WITH THYROID
GLAND 01
S. NO. NAME OF INSTRUMENT/EQUIPMEN T
QUANTITY
76. ABDOMINAL RETRUCTER 03 77. BONE CUTTERS 02 78. CANNULA 02 79. CHISELS 08 80. DEFRIDGER 01
81. DRILL MACHINE 01 82. DISSECTION BOX 05 83. EMBALMING MACHINE 01 84. FORCEPS PLANE 07 85. HAMMER 01 86. SCISSORS 06 87. SAW ORDINARY 01 88. SAW ELECTRIC 01 89. TOOTH FORCEPS 05 90. POINTED FORCEPS 05 91. POINTER 02 92. KNIFE 02 93. ARTERY FORCEPS 04 94. MICROTOME ROTATARY 01 95. HOT AIR OVAN 01 96. INCUBATOR 01 97. LCD PROJECTOR 01 98. OVER HEAD PROJECTOR 01 99. SLIDE PROJECTOR 01 100. PRO DIGITAL INTRACTIVE
WHITE BOARD WITH ALL ACCESSORIES
01
GENRATION SYSTEM 01
103. TRANSFUSION STAND 01 104. SKELETON STAND 01 105. MICROSCOPE MONOCULAR 20 106. MICROSCOPE
BIONOCULAR 01
PARTS OF THE BODY 125
Name of Department- Kriya Sharir (Physiology-Ayurved)
Introduction to Department Kriya Sharir (Physiology-Ayurved) is one of 14 departments sanctioned by CCIM. It is situated in Laboratory block building; It has a large and well equipped laboratory, Teacher's rooms, a PG room, a departmental library and a technician's room. It has computers for all teachers.
Faculty 1. Prof. Uma Shankar Sharma, In charge 2. Dr Sujata Rajan, Associate Prof. 3. Dr S.K. Panda, Assiciate Prof. 4. Dr Om Prakash, Assistant Prof.
Available instruments, Equipments, charts & models
List annexed as Annexure-I
Departmental Activities This department imparts education at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. PG in Physiology Ayurved was started for the first time inthis department in 2002. Department undertakes research projects at both UG & PG level and also arranges regular departmental seminars.
Publications Prof. Uma Shankar Sharma- PhD Thesis on Kriya Kaal Shastriyam Tatha Vaigyanikum Adhyanam
Research undertaken 1. annexed Research ongoing 1. annexed Photo gallery Annexed as soft copy
Details of Faculty
Present Designation
Contact. No.
Ph.D 01/12/1978 Proffessor 858887523 1
2. Dr Sujata Rajan M.D (Ay) 02/09/2008 Associate Proffessor
858887523 7
22/11/1999 Associate Proffessor
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List of research works undertaken and ongoing.
S. No. Name of Scholar Thesis Topic year 1. Dr. Smita Verma Influence of prakriti on physiology of
pregnancy with special reference to labour. A clinical study
2002-2005
2. Dr. Sandeep Bansal Effect of pranayam in the prevention of Hypertension (vyana bala vridhi) with special reference to prakriti
2002-2005
3. Dr. Suman Rawat The effect of Trifala Rasayana on Psycho-somatic Modulations in elderly persons with Reference to prakriti in Age group of 60-80 years and 50-70 years for Male and female respectively.
2002-2005
4. Dr. Jasvinder Kaur A clinical study on onset of Menopause (Rajonivriti) in reference
2003-2006
to Deha prakriti. 5. Dr. Tijender A clinical study on the effect of
Vyayama in medovridhhi persons of various Deha prakriti
2003-2006
6. Dr. Kapil Dev Bansal A clinical study on Madhumeha (kaphaja prameha) with reference to yogasana
2003-2006
7. Dr. Santosh Kumar Singh
A scientific study of cittodvega with special reference to deha prakriti and role of pranayama in its regard.
2005-2008
8. Dr. Manisha Khatri A comparative study of changes in Lipid Profile in Different Age groups WSR Prakriti
2005-2008
9. Dr. Richa Sharma A study on the effect of Rtus on Rakta Dhatu WSR to Prakrti
2005-2008
10. Dr. Nidhi Garg A clinical study of Grahani Roga in different Prakriti purush in relation to pachak pitta.
2006-2009
11. Dr. Amit Kumar Tanwar Correlative study of Prakriti with Sandhivata and its Management on the basis of Samanaya vishesha sidhanta
2006-2009
12. Dr. Gyanendra kumar Gupta
Role of Rtucarya WSR to virechana karma in Maintenance of health in Pitta pradhana prakriti purusa
2006-2009
13. Dr. Nidhi Khurana A clinical Study on effect of Aahara (Dietary Regimen) on Yuvana Pidika (Acne vulgaris) in Reference to deha Prakriti
2008-2011
14. Dr. Anupam Sharma A clinical study on Nidranasha and role of Pranayama (Anuloma-viloma) with reference to deha prakriti.
2008-2011
15. Dr. Kiran Tanwar A study of Stanya Updhatu in relation to Deha Prakriti and Management of Stanyaksaya with Aahara -vihara
2011-2014
16. Dr.Bhawana Gupta A clinical study on Effect of Aahara in Sthaulya with Special reference to Deha Prakriti
2011-2014
17. Dr. Rashmi Rajput Role of pranayama in the management of tamak swasa in different deha prakriti
2012-2015 (Ongoing)
18. Dr. Shalini Prakash Study of Smriti (Memory) And Effect of Goghrita with special reference to prakriti
2012-2015 (Ongoing)
19. Dr. Shikha Evaluation of vayasthapan karma of Amalaki in management of Akalaja Jara (premature Ageing)
2012-2015 (Ongoing)
S.No. Name of Article Quantity Present
1. Albuminometer 25 2. Autoanalyser 1 3. Blood Cell Counter 2 4. Computer Systems with Printers 4+4 5. Centrifuge Machine 3 6. Distiller 1 7. ESR Tubes (Westergren) 17 8. Wintrobe's Heamatocrit Tube 12 9. ENT Set 1 10. ECG Machine 2 11. ESR Machine 1 12. Glucometer 5 13. Haemoglobinometer 6 14. Haemocytometer 5 15. Incubator 1 16. Laryngoscope 4 17. Microscope-Binocular 43 18. Nasal Speculum 2 19. Ophthalmoscope 2 20. Pastel & Mortar 1 21. pH Meter 2 22. Photoelectric Colorimeter 2 23. Ultrasonic Cleaner 1 24. Urinometer 10 25. RBC Pipette 50 26. WBC Pipette 52 27. Retinoscope 2 28. Stop Watch 1 29. Spirit Lamp 18 30. Stethoscope 18 31. Sensory Rotory Microtome 1 32. Sphygmomanometer 50 33. Spirometer 1 34. Weighing Machine 1 35. Interactive Board System with Laptop 2 36. EEG Machine with Laptop 1 37. Needle Destroyer 1 38. Clinical Thermometer 0 39. Knee Hammer 2
40. Tuning Fork 0 41. Microslides 10 boxes 42. Physical/Chemical Balance 0 43. Cover slips 26 boxes 44. Glassware 50 45. Lab. Refrigerator 3 46. Newton's Color Wheel 0 47. pH Comparator 0 48. Tonometer 0 49. Hydrometer 0 50. Viscometer 0 51. Osmometer 0 52. Sterilizer 1 53. Students Charts on various topics 60
Name of Department: DRAVYAGUNA VIGYAN
Introduction to the Department It is a branch o f Ayurveda in which we studies about the dravya originated from plants, animal and earth. This subject contains information regarding identification of medicinal plants, animals and minerals and also properties, action and uses in human body.
Faculty Presently there are 04 Faculty members namely: 1. Dr. Vivek Bhushan- Professor & HOD 2. Dr. Rajesh Sharma- Associate Professor 3. Dr. Indrajit Singh Kushwaha-Lecturer 4. Dr. Monika Tyagi- Lecturer
Available instruments, equipments, charts & models
White interaction board for classes of theory and practical, Compound microscopes, Digital microscopes for T.S and L.S studies o f medicinal plants, Herbal garden for green drug identification, Crude drug samples, Monographs, Charts and Herbarium sheets of drug sample. Compilations o f different medicinal plants.
Departmental Activities Plantation of new medicinal plants, Local and National educational tours regarding identification of medicinal plants in different states.
Publications 1. A Book under publication titled Macro and Microscopic study of medicinal plants by faculty. 2. A Book under publication titled Treatment of common ailments with single drug. 3. Paper and articles published by the faculty members in National journals.
Research on going Data collection of different plants on different topics from various texts/flora by means of compilations.
Any other relevant information 1. Dr. Vivek Bhushan, Vice Principal (Ayurveda)/Prof.& HOD is facilitated with State Award from Govt. of NCT of Delhi. He is also facilitated with different awards from different organisations. 2. Dr. Vivek Bhushan worked as Dean, Faculty of Ayurvedic and Unani Medicines, University of Delhi, Delhi. 3. Dr. Vivek Bhushan presently working as Head of Ayurvedic Medicine, Faculty o f Ayurvedic and Unani Medicines, University of Delhi, Delhi.
Photo Gallary Departmental museum, Medicinal plants. (Collect from Soft copy)
Details of Faculty
Qualification
9868092250
M.D, 25/10/2010 Lecturer 8860670681
9416699160
Name of the Department: Rasa Shastra and Bhaishajya kalpana
Introduction to the Department: The department is deals with the teaching and train ing of students, related to m anufacturing of Ayurvedic m edicines; their standardizations, regulatory affairs; therapeutic use and how to counter act the possible AD R'S (Adverse drug reactions) during the treatm ent with Ayurvedic m edicines. This departm ent is d irectly related with the pharm aco-vigilance activities centering Ayurvedic system of treatm ent. This im perative branch of Ayurveda has a multi dim ensional approach tow ards the developm ent of academ ic excellence in drug research and drug developm ent.
Details of Faculty Sl. No.
Name of the faculty
Mohapatra MD (Ay), Ph.D.
BAMS 08/11/1988 Demonstrator 9013249081
Instruments, Equipments, Charts and Models: (list attached)
List of equipm ents/furniture and other articles
Sl. No Name of the Equipment Quantity 1. Office Table 02 2. Kharala pathar (Stone khalwa yantra ) 15 3. Musali kharal (Stone made pestle ) 13 4. Karal Loha (iron khalwa yantra) 01 5. Imamdasta 08 6. Kauncha loha (ladle) 01 7. Kadhai loha , chhoti 13 8. Musali imamdasta 04 9. Kadachi loha 04 10. Kadchha loha 01 11. Bhagone chhote(vessels small size) 09 12. Bhagone bade (Big vessels) 03 13. Pittal ka patila (brass vessels) 01 14. Tamba patila (copper vessel) 01 15. Lota pital (brass glas) 01 16. Chilam chi badi (Tamchini, white enamel plate) 02 17. Keep 01 18. Plate (tamchini, white enamel plate) 26 19. Stools old &new 26 20. Chhuri steel (steel knives) 06 21. Kadchi steel (steel ladle) 16 22. Bate loha (iron wts ) 15 23. Jagatam chini (enamel pots) 01 24. Stock registers 02+04 = 06 25. Atasi sisi (Atasi bottle) 02 26. Kadahi loha, badi (big iron kadhai) 01 27. Almiraha iron 02 28. Dudh mapak (aluminium measuring pot) 03 29. Kanta 100 gm. (balance up to 100gm capacity) 01 30. Iron chair 02 31. Locks 06 32. Fire extinguisher 01 33. Foam Chair 01 34. Gas cylinder 02 35. Gas stove 01 36. Weighing Machine 01 37. Steel patila 03 38. Kadahi pital (brass kadhai) 04 39. Steel drum 02 40. Kadchi steel 02 41. Hot air blower 02 42. Hot air oven 01
43. Distillation plant 01 44. China dish 06 45. Distilling flask 1000cc 02 46. Round bottom flask 250 ml 03 47. Round bottom flask 500 ml 03 48. Flat bottom flask1000ml 04 49. Fractional wt 02 50. Filter funnel 06 51. Specific gravity bottles 02 52. Desert cooler 01 53. Tumbler glasses 06 54. Tablet making machine 01 55. Pills making machine 01 56. Ph meter 01 57. Capsule counting machine 01 58. Dustbin 01 59. Call bell 01 60. Suan (needle) 01 61. Stamp pad 01 62. Electric kettle 01 63. Table glass (writing table glass) 01 64. Rectangular furnace (horizontal) 01 65. Dehumidifier 01 66. Dissolution Rate testing apparatus 01 67. Granulating machine 01 68. Capsules filling machine 01 69. Alcohol meter 01 70. Electric digital balance 01 71. Distillation apparatus 01 72. Electrical balance 01 73. Small plastic stools 02 74. Tripul (tarpalin) 02 75. Computer without printer 01 76. Mesh (seive) jali loha 02 77. Refrigerator 01
List of Charts and Models:
Sl.No. Name of Chart/Model Quantity 1. Maha rasa (all elements) 08 2. Upa rasa (elements) 08 3. Sadharana rasa (elements) 08 4. Dhatu 05 5. Different herbo-mineral preparations (vati, gutika, taila) 20 6. Different yantras (patana yantra, Dolayantra etc ) 20
Departmental activities:
The department is engaged with the teaching and practical training of BAM S students, related to
m anufacturing of Ayurvedic m edicines. Like Bhasm as, avalehas, tailas, ghritas, vatika, gutika, churnas etc..
Researches ongoing: N.A
Introduction of Department:-
Rog Nidan Evam Vikruti Vigna (Pathology) is one of 14 departments. It is situated in Laboratory block building; It has a large and well equipped laboratory, Teacher's rooms, a departmental library and a technician's room. It has computers for all teachers
Clinical pathology (Rog-Nidan),is the medical speciality that is concerned with the diagnoses of diseases based on lab analysis of the Body fluids such as Blood,Urine etc. Using tools of Biochemistry and hematology. We have been serving the pts in Central Dehli since many years, providing superior quality, pathology reports(43Parameters) at free of costs and with same day report facility.
Lab Timings:- 9AM to 4PM
Sample Collection Timing:- 9AM to 11.30AM
Departmental Activities:- Teaching and Practical Classes of Third Year BAMS students.
Details of Faculty
Present Designation
Contact. No.
2
Introduction to the Department:
Agadtantra is the branch of Ashtang Ayurveda .It is also known as Dramshtra chitkitsa. It deals with knowledge of sign, symptoms and treatment of various toxic plants, mineral and jangam visha . vyavahar ayurved gives medicolegal knowledge to the students.
Name of the Department: AGADA TANTRA
Details of Faculty Sl. No.
Name of the faculty
Contact. No.
8588875234
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Chart-40, Models-25 Specimen-15
Departmental activities:
• Regular classes (40/week), Departmental seminar , study of Toxic plants in herbal garden, proposed visit to Tis Hzari Mortuary for post mortem study and visit to forensic science laboratory and court,
PRASUTI & STRI ROGA
Introduction to the Department:
Department of Prasuti & Stri Roga of A & U Tibbia College and Hospital is today widely acclaimed as a centre for ayurvedic treatment of various Obs & Gynae disorder which attract patients from even outer state. The treatment offered by this department is mainly based on ayurvedic approach to restore health.
Details of Faculty Sl.N o.
Name of the faculty
08/09/2008 Associate Professor,
List of equipments/furniture and other articles :
List of Charts and Models:
25 chart and 9 models
Departmental activities:
Department of Prasuti & Stri Roga had been organized several academic activities under the leadership of Incharge of the Department. In addition to the regular academic activities the department actively organizes CME and participates in conferences, workshops and seminars.
Researches ongoing: Work on 'Role of YOGA in explained and unexplained Infertility' is in process under the guidance of Prof. Prabha Sharma (retd.)
SHALAKYA TANTRA
Shalakya Tantra is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda, which deals with diseases of Urdhav-jatru i.e body parts above the clavicle. It includes Netra Chikitsa (Ohthalmology), Karnachikitsa (Otology), Nasachikitsa (Rhinology), Mukharogachikitsa (Oral hygiene, Dentistry and Laryngology), and Shirorogachikitsa (Diseases of cranium).
Name of the Department: SHALAKYA TANTRA
Details of Faculty: Sl.No. Name of the
faculty Qualification Date of
Kumar Chhoker
9868266668
Instruments, Equipments, Charts and Models: Autorefractometere, slit lamp, Keratometer, Tonometer (Applanation and Sciotz), Indirect and Direct Ophthalmoscope, Synaptophore, lensometer, Trial set, Otoscope, Bull’s eye lamp, head mirror, Aural Syringe, Jobson’s probe, Nasal speculum, Tuning fork.
List of equipments/furniture and other articles : Charts on various topics are displayed in the Department. Departmental activities: Department is involved in teaching to Final BAMS, and practical training to to Final BAMS students. Researches ongoing: Role of Amalaki Rasayana In Various Retinal disorders.
SHALYA TANTRA
Introduction to the Department:
Shalya Tantra is one of the eight departments in Ayurveda. It deals with surgical disorder
and para surgical procedure like ksara karma, agni karma and jalauka karma (Leech
therapy). It also deals with fracture and accidental injuries.
Details of Faculty Sl.N o.
Name of the faculty
Contact. No. Photo
1. Dr. Rasale
Assistant Professor
Instruments, Equipments, Charts and Models:
List of equipm ents/furniture and other articles: 1. O. T Table 2. O.T, Light 3. Autoclave 4. Many surgical instruments
5. Cautery boyle's apparatus 6. suction machine 7. uroflowmetry 8. Charts on various major topics as display in Dept.
List of Charts and Models:
25 chart and 9 models
Departmental activities:
The department is involved in teaching to students of final BAMS. Practical training to BAMS students.
Researches ongoing: • Role of Varunadi kasaya on BPH. • Role of leech therapy in non healing ulcer
Panchakarma
NAME OF DEPARTMENT- PANCHAKARMA
Panchakarma is the ancient old treatment modalities of bio-purification of body by way of medicines. It includes five major procedures which are preceded and followed by other procedures. On the basis of medicines used and modification of procedure according to the patient and disease, hundreds of the procedures are practiced under the name of Panchakarma. The five major procedures practiced are Vamana (emesis), Virechana (purgation), Basti (therapeutic enema), Nasya (nasal inhalation) and Raktamokshana (blood-letting).
Snehana karma- Applying oil or any other unctuous material to the body is known as snehana karma. This can be…