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Reply National Ayurveda Conference
11:57 AM on April 6, 2017 

AOA | Association of Organic & Ayurveda in association with NASYA - National Ayurveda Students & Youth Association, organizing a one day National Ayurveda Conference on Thalassemia and Autism.

 

Date: Friday, 21 April 2017

Time: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Venue: Kamarajar Arangam, Chennai

 

We hearty invite you for the conference and we are looking forward for your support to propagate this conference to all the association members. Please find the attached Invitation & Schedule.

 

Thanks in advance for your support !

For more details visit www.aoaweb.in/ncta

 

Reply sanjay Kumar
1:50 AM on January 23, 2016 

Sir pls explain me about BRMS Course. 08122288280

Reply Dr. IB Mishra
9:28 AM on January 7, 2013 
NIMA IS DOING WELL.KEEP IT UP.LETS PROVIDE OUR FULL SUPPORT
Reply munish
1:37 AM on December 4, 2012 
http://epaper.patrika.com/72674/Jodhpur-Rajasthan-Patrika/04-12-2012#page/13/1 unanii practisner arrested for use of allopathy medicine pls comment on this in details pls email me
Reply dr p n padmanabhan
9:02 AM on June 25, 2012 
In karnataka legally we are practicing ayrveda and allopathy
Reply Dr Sravanthi
3:56 AM on April 26, 2012 
Can anyone please give me information regarding the states in which AYUSH doctors are legaly entitld to practice allopathy?. Can anyone also give me information whether Ayush Doctors in Rajasthan and Andhrapradesh can prescribe allopathic medicines?....can you please also support the answer with relevent Law documents?..........Hope i get a reply back. Thanking You, Dr Sravanthi, Consultant Ayurveda, HMRI, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
Reply Dr.Aman
12:02 AM on December 28, 2011 
Its quite nice to see the information regarding the supreme court verdict in Dr.Dardi's case. Bravo..When we act in favor of the patient, the colour and creed of the system never matters one the safety is our priority..All the system of medicine are made for the wellness of human and sharing of knowledge with each other will only make the systems stronger and more worthy
Reply Rashmi
6:25 AM on January 30, 2011 
hi, i am from Madhavbaug Institute of Medical Education and Research.would like to conduct one lecture for NIMA and would like o hv contact details of NIMA at diff cities. plz do the needful
Reply arvind sadh
8:24 AM on January 29, 2011 
Can I receiv list of indore & ujjain (MP) doctor list
Reply rajiv yadav
3:48 PM on November 22, 2010 
sir i was the pinior of starting movement against brhc or brms in up. i have united 15 clg of ayurveda homeopathy and unani in up. i have protested at lucknow with about 2500 ayush student. and at delhi with about 1500 ayush student. me meet to susmaswaraj also for this matter, s jalja, pracident of ayush department. gov of india, and try to meet rahul ghandi and sonia gandhi but it was not possibe to us then we meet digvijay singh secratry of congress. for this matter. .we brake divider and ralings at delhi but nobody provide us guidence like nima or ayush medical association or any other association of ayurved so our movement was flop.
Doctors must possess six virtues, says Abdul Kalam Former President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam on Thursday highlighted the six virtues that doctors have to possess since a doctor is expected to work with compassion. The six virtues, he said, are ? generosity, ethics, tolerance, perseverance, concentration and being intelligent. Dr. Kalam was speaking at a function held at the Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre (MMHRC) here to commemorate the ?10 years of operations of Smile Train in India' doing corrective surgeries for persons affected by cleft lip/palate. The function also marked the completion of 5,000 corrective surgeries at the MMHRC in partnership with Smile Train, USA. Citing from a book titled ?Medicine and Compassion,' the former President said that these six virtues are expected of medical practitioners. ?The virtues will empower the health providers with a humane heart. The doctors have to put these virtues in to action,? Dr. Kalam stressed. Seeing the children who underwent corrective surgeries for cleft lip and palate, he said that ?the work done by Smile Train doctors proves how the suffering and distortion can be rectified and how the lost smiles could be brought back on the faces of affected children and their parents.? Dr. Kalam lauded the good work done at the MMHRC through Smile Train initiative. ?By doing free surgeries, the hospital in Madurai was able to instil a sense of confidence among the affected families in southern districts. Good hearts have to become partners in this mission,? he observed. TWO LAKH SURGERIES Sathish Kalra, Regional Director, Smile Train, said that two lakh reconstructive surgeries were done in India so far in the last 10 years. ?This year alone, 50,000 cleft lip/palate surgeries are planned and the coverage will be all over the country,? he said. Mr. Kalra said that Smile Train initiative in India was started in year 2000 and totally 170 treatment partnerships were set up with 250 surgeons participating in the cause. Subodh Kumar Singh, a Varanasi-based plastic surgeon associated with the Smile Train project, said that free surgeries were able to bring a positive change in the lives of cleft lip children. ?This is a successful mission/model which can be used for other ailments,? he said. S. Gurushankar, vice-chairman, Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre, said that the hospital has been participating in a good social cause through Smile Train by taking it as an opportunity to reach out to thousands of cleft-lipped children waiting for corrective surgeries. N. Panchavarnam, Project Director, The Smile Train Regional Centre, MMHRC, Sam C. Bose, honorary consultant and an eight-year old girl from Chennai, Indumathi, who had a successful surgery for cleft lip, were among those who spoke.
Reply nimaptd
2:55 PM on April 26, 2010 
Dear Dr.Jaideep, Firstly we appreciate you for the research work you are doing..! We will soon fill your questionnaire.. Thanx With Regards
Reply DR.JAIDEEP KUMAR
2:29 PM on April 21, 2010 
Respected Sir/Madam I Dr. Jaideep Kumar, student of Masters in Public Health at Panjab University Chandigarh, is working on the topic? Suitability of Ayurveda Graduates (BAMS) in Public Health Work Force of India? under the guidance of Dr.Amarjeet Singh, Prof. School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh and Dr. Jayanti Dutta Roy, Co-coordinator MPH, Panjab University, Chandigarh. First, I would like to share with you about the factors that inspire me to take up this topic: Prevention of disease is now being emphasized as more significant than treatment of disease whether we look at it from the angle of cost-effectiveness or economic expenditure of the state or from pain and suffering on the part of the citizen. Since the last decade, there has been an increase in the emphasis on Public Health in India. Public Health has emerged as one of the significant disciplines, which focus on the overall health (Preventing diseases, promoting health & prolonging healthy life).Nevertheless, what lacks is the number of Public Health Professionals that is someway is hampering the goal of Health for all that is to be achieved Ayurveda is the most ancient medical science of the world having evolved about 5000B.C. The science has many concepts in all the aspects of the science, which are relevant even today. It is interesting that the WHO?s integrated definition of health was actually articulated 2,000 years ago. Sushruta has defined health. Ayurveda graduates (Bachelors of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) are well versed in the preventive and social aspects of health as is evident from their syllabus prescribed by CCIM (Central Council of Indian Medicine) Link-http://www.ccimindia.org/curriculum_ayurveda_ug_syllbus_2009.html. Moreover BAMS syllabus has been integrated with aspects of modern medicine . However, it is extremely unfortunate that Ayurveda graduates are presently being discriminated not only for admission to different public health/community health Master programs but also for the jobs/opportunities in this sector.When it comes to admissions to MPH (Master in Public Health) course the BAMS Graduates are not included in the eligibility criteria (Like in PGI Chandigarh, NICD New Delhi, The Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology (SCTIMST) Thiruvananthapuram,NIE Chennai etc. It is also applicable when there are vacancies for public health consultants etc., if someone has done BAMS,MPH s/he is given last preference. Sometimes the qualifying criteria is MBBS, MPH and the person who is BAMS, MPH is not considered and at times preference is given to plain MBBS Graduates over MPH Post-Graduates. Public health being a multidisciplinary area, not just MBBS Graduates, but personnel belonging to diverse backgrounds with their inputs and research can help in improving the health of the individual and community at large.This narrow perspective towards Ayurvedic tradition is not only harming the BAMS graduates in their career opportunities but also hampering severely the spread of excellence in community health in our country. Based on this Background, This study designed- to know the strengths and weakness of Ayurveda Graduates in relation to public health and without your help; it will not be possible for me to carry out this research successfully. For this purpose, I have prepared an online questionnaire to assess the views of Public Health Experts/Concerned Authorities about the suitability of Ayurveda Graduates (BAMS) in Public Health work force of India. This is a web-based questionnaire, so it will take maximum 8 -10 minutes to completely fill the questionnaire. Kindly steal some of your valuable time for filling this questionnaire, which would be a great help for me and for my research. I would be very much glad to you if you kindly do so. You will find the questionnaire on the link: - https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dFVWVk0zM05RbWVXR2RrV2drd2NmTHc6MA It is a humble request to you to fill the attached questionnaire as per your convenience and mail/return it back to me. Your cooperation will be highly appreciated. With Regards Dr. Jaideep Kumar BAMS, Master in Public Health(MPH)Scholar, Panjab University Chandigarh Mob.09416922939 EMAIL:[email protected],[email protected]
Reply Dr. Vijay Pawar
11:12 AM on February 7, 2010 
Very good initiative in Medical Field. Our best wishes to your Orgnisation. Dr.Vijay Pawar, Disrtict President - Youth Forum Of Homeopathy, Ahmednagar.
Reply Dr Shalinder Bhardwaj
2:15 AM on February 4, 2010 
nimaptd says...
welcome to the revolutionary site of nima... politics is a curse to nima, we like minded people have to unite & struggule for the fulfilment of dreams of it's founders... As you said you have paid life membership fees, now there is no need to pay any extra money.life membership means " member of nima for his life-time"
Reply nimaptd
4:42 AM on February 1, 2010 
dr shalinder bhardwaj says...
Sir, From last 13 yrs. I am life member of NIMA Ambala city branch . But from last 2 yrs. I was not able to join the local meetings held at ambala city branch, now from 2010 onwards I am ready to join my local branch but due to some politics in our local branch they are demanding due for the year 2008 & 2009 , sir kindly tell me how fair it is when a member did't joined for 2 years due to his personal reasons why he is asked to pay for 2008 & 2009.
welcome to the revolutionary site of nima... politics is a curse to nima, we like minded people have to unite & struggule for the fulfilment of dreams of it's founders... As you said you have paid life membership fees, now there is no need to pay any extra money.life membership means " member of nima for his life-time"
Reply dr shalinder bhardwaj
9:05 AM on January 31, 2010 
Sir, From last 13 yrs. I am life member of NIMA Ambala city branch . But from last 2 yrs. I was not able to join the local meetings held at ambala city branch, now from 2010 onwards I am ready to join my local branch but due to some politics in our local branch they are demanding due for the year 2008 & 2009 , sir kindly tell me how fair it is when a member did't joined for 2 years due to his personal reasons why he is asked to pay for 2008 & 2009.
Reply nimaptd
5:45 AM on November 26, 2009 
dr ravikant singh says...
sir, i am a BAMS graduate & native of lucknow. i want to join nima but i don`t know how and where.piz help me.
thanx for visiting the site. for membership of nima Lucknow,you may contact local branch or National President DR.M.GUPTA.he will guide you properly in this regard.his cell no is 9425060451. for membersship of this you have to only register from sidebar option"register" with your maii id. cme/updates page is updated monthly with topics of general practitioners concern. you also can contribute tothis page thanx with regards.. NIMA PATHARDI
Reply dr ravikant singh
2:29 AM on November 26, 2009 
sir, i am a BAMS graduate & native of lucknow. i want to join nima but i don`t know how and where.piz help me.