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Thursday, July 23, 2015

AYUSH gaining popularity in Asian countries

AYUSH Popularity
With the ancient Indian medicine systems AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) gaining popularity in Asian countries, the Ministry of AYUSH is receiving requests to set up AYUSH centers in their countries. As per reports, the Ministry is planning to set up an AYUSH hospital in Kazakhstan, and it is in advanced stages of establishing an Ayurveda college in Bangladesh, the syllabus for which has already been drafted by an advisory committee. Mr M Lakshmu Naidu, member of the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) said, "The Ministry is receiving similar requests from other countries, as the ancient Indian systems of medicine (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) have started gaining greater acceptance around the world, particularly after the Department of AYUSH got separated from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW)."

AYUSH: The six systems
  • Ayurveda: Ayurveda (“science if life”) is a system of Indian traditional medicine with roots in the ancient Hindu texts, particularly the Atharva Veda, and later the Charaka Samhita and the Sushruta Samhita.( Sushrutha- the father of surgery) Ayurveda believes that all living beings comprise five elements, whose permutations and combinations determine three types of humours or the Doshas— Vata, Pitta and Kapha. A key principle of Ayurveda is balance; an imbalance of the doshas is believed to result in disease. Treatments follow one of two possible approaches: Vipreeta, in which medicines and diet are meant to “antagonise” the disease, and Vipreetarthkari, in which medicines, diet and activity are targeted to exert effects similar to the disease process( similar to homeopathy Principle). Most medicines and treatments are derived from herbs.
  • Yoga :Yoga (“to join” or “to unite”) is a physical and spiritual discipline that has its roots in the Indian sub-continent and has been recorded in the Upanishads and later in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The practice of yoga is meant to lead to a stage of higher consciousness and is also described as “soul therapy”. Japa Yoga, Karma Yoga, Gyana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga are spiritual, while Raja Yoga, more popularly known as Ashtanga Yoga, involves eight steps, including the pranayama or breathing exercises. Some forms of yoga and their modern practice focus mostly on asanas. Practitioners say yoga can cure diseases, and the government runs the Central Council for Research in Yoga and Naturopathy. Early indications from an on-going five-year study at Harvard indicate that yoga helps with chronic stress.No medicines are used in yoga.
  • Homeopathy: Homeopathy is of European origin and dates back to the end of the 18th century, to the work of German physician Samuel Hahnemann. Homeopathy is premised on the belief that highly diluting a substance in alcohol or distilled water increases its potency, a principle that is almost universally disputed in scientific communities. Remedies involve dilutions on a logarithmic scale, and grinding of insoluble compounds with a mortar and pestle according to prescribed motions.
    Diagnosis involves detailed consultations, including questions about the individual’s personal life. Medicines are either small pills, made of an inert compound with drops of the dilute solution added, or powders. Its based on the "Similia Similibus Curentur" likes cure likes.The drug that is Capable of producing a symptom or a group of symptom on a healthy being, will cure the same or similar type of the disease condtion.
  • Unani Introduced by Arabs and Persians to India in the 12th century and with a rich literature, Unani medicine remains popular in parts of South and Central Asia. Freedom fighter and physician Hakim Ajmal Khan was among its champions in India. Unani shares many common principles with ayurveda, including the belief in the four humours. The human body is believed to be made up of elements whose permutations and combinations determine temperament. Medicines have herbal, animal and mineral origins.
  • Siddha An ancient form of traditional medicine, Siddha originated in Tamil Nadu through the work of “siddhars” or scientist-saints. Siddha shared many principles with Ayurveda, including the belief in humours, elements and imbalance.Diagnosis involves a key checklist of eight signs and symptoms. Drugs are herb-based and treatments are both internal and external. Siddha’s chemistry around its drugs is complex. Research, teaching and practice is largely restricted to Tamil Nadu. 
  • Naturopathy: Naturopathy is an umbrella term for a range of alternative treatments derived from natural products. Naturopaths believe that, except for accidents, the cause of all disease is the accumulation of “morbid matter” in the body, and treatment means the removal of this matter. Therapies include special diets, mud packs, acupuncture, acupressure and magnet therapy. Prayer is an important part of treatment. Naturopathy schools exist across the world.

source:thehindu.com; biospectrumasia.com

Friday, July 17, 2015

AYUSH Scholarships to Sri Lankan nationals 2015-16

Srilanka scholarship
Applications are invited from eligible Sri Lankan students for the award of Undergraduate and Post graduate Scholarships under the Indian Traditional System of Medicine offered by the Government of India for the academic year 2015-16 . The High Commission of India announces the offer of  scholarships for Sri Lankan Nationals under the “Ayush Scholarship Scheme” for UG/PG/Ph.D courses in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha ,Homeopathy and Yoga during the forthcoming session of 2015 – 2016. The Government of India selects meritorious Sri Lankan nationals for award of these scholarships Selection of candidates would be done in consultation with the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Government of Sri Lanka, to pursue higher education degrees in some of the most reputed Universities in India.

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Applications are invited for admission to M.D (Homoeopathy) and BHMS in Tamil Nadu

Directorate Of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy, Chennai
Directorate Of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy, Chennai 600 106 invites application for both M.D. (HOMOEOPATHY) COURSE – 2015-16 and BHMS Course 2015-16. 
Applications are invited for admission to M.D (Homoeopathy) a three years Post-Graduate Course, 2015-2016 session in Saradha Krishna Homoeopathy Medical College(Self Financing ) at Kulasekaram, Kanyakumari District. Number of seats available under Government quota is 15. Date of downloading of application : 08-07-2015 to 29-07-2015 Last date for receipt of filled in application: 29-07-2015 – upto 5.30 p.m. 
Date of entrance examination : 16-08- 2015 TIME 9.30 A.M.
Venue : Government Siddha Medical College, Arignar Anna Govt. Hospital of Indian Medicine Campus, Arumbakkam, Chennai 600 106
Declaration of results of entrance examination on : 16-08-2015

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

MEDICAL OFFICER (HOMOEO) Special Recruitment Rank List Published

Kerala PSC
KERALA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION has announced Ranked List for the post of MEDICAL OFFICER (HOMOEO) (SR FOR SC/ST) on RS.20740-36140/- in HOMOEOPATHY DEPARTMENT Ranked List No. 266/2015/SSIV Cat. No. 630/2012
The following is the list of candidates for selection to the post of MEDICAL OFFICER (HOMOEO) (SR FOR SC/ST) on RS.20740-36140/- in HOMOEOPATHY DEPARTMENT, interviewed and found suitable by the Commission and arranged in the order of merit. This Ranked List is brought into force with effect from 29-06-2015

Application invited for Certificate Course Pharmacy (Homoeopathy) 2015-16 - Kerala

Certificate Course Pharmacy Application invited for Certificate Course Pharmacy (Homoeopathy) at Govt. Homoeopathy Medical College Calicut & Trivandrum, the two schools of homeopathy in Kerala under government sector. The tests are carried out by LBS centre for Science and Technology Palayam Thiruvananthapuram.

Existing vacancies in Govt. Homoeopathy dispensaries are around 270.This course has a big job opportunity and don't miss out. 50 seats are available  in each college (Calicut & Trivandrum) with a Duration : 1 yearMinimum Age :17 yrs(as on 1.1.2015)  Maximum Age: 25 Yrs (as on Last Date of submission i.e 24-7-2015)
Service quota 48yrs Maximum
Name of the course : Certificate Course in Pharmacy (Homoeo) 
Basic qualification : SSLC mark 
Fee : Rs 5000 
Application Fee : Rs 400/- ; for SC/ST : Rs.200 
Classes will begin on August 18 2015updated[28/08/2015]

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Research Officer (Homoeopathy) Vacancy at CCRH India

CCRH
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the post of Research Officer (Homoeopathy) (Group-A), Pay Band-3 Rs. 15,600-39,000 + Grade Pay Rs.5.400/-.+ Non-Practicing Allowance. The details about the number of posts, age, educational cl,.raliflcations, and other terms and conditions are available on the website of the Council. ccrhindia.org. The last date for receipt of applications is 17th'August 2015.
RESEARCH OFFICER (HOMOEOPATHY) - 32 (thirty-two) Posts
[Group-A] (Unreserved-16, SC-05, ST-02, OBC-09)
One post is reserved for Phisically Handicapped candidate 

Age:Not exceeding 40 years (Relaxable for Government Servants upto 5 years in accordance with the instructions or orders issued by the Central Government).