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                   This program of computer oriented Ayurveda learning was officially launched on 15.02.2010 by Ms. S. Jalaja, Hon’ble Secretary, Dept. of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & FW, Govt. of India. ‘Ayurveda e-Learning’ is a unique concept conceived by the then Secretary, Dept. of AYUSH about an year ago and it was entrusted onto  the able hands of Prof. M. S. Baghel, Director of IPGT&RA, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, and he designed this whole project with meticulous planning and scientific approach.
                  When one peeps in to the health scenario of the world, the well established modern medicine viz. Allopathic system of medicine is at its height now; it provides most sophisticated diagnostic tools and management for acute illnesses, surgical and trauma care, but has limited option for management of chronic, debilitating metabolic and endocrinal disorders, no permanent cure and the drugs and modalities of treatment adopted are not devoid of adverse reactions and long term health hazards. People all over the world are in search of a better remedy and are looking forward toward natural and traditional remedies which have a great heritage and enormous source of knowledge.
                  Ayurveda is a well established, well documented traditional medical knowledge system of Indian sub continent, having a vast history of more than 1500 years of existence. It has tremendous potential to answer the health care needs of the public, especially in preserving and promoting positive health. Hence to provide the authentic and basic knowledge of Ayurveda to the knowledge seekers, this course is conceived by GOI through this premier institute which is engaged in research ands teaching of Ayurveda since 1956.
                              This “Sensitization Course in Ayurveda” is designed basically for the scholars of medical fraternity who do not know much about Ayurveda and also to all those who have a quest for knowledge of Ayurveda and for positive health. It is a paid course comprising of about 65 teaching modules covering all major topics of Ayurveda, it is presented in three parts and each part can be availed by the students by paying the prescribed fee, following are the details of the course:

 
 
PART-I
( 01 - 21 LESSONS)
PART-II
( 01 - 26 LESSONS )
PART-III
( 01 - 24 LESSONS )
 
 
Sensitization Course in Ayurveda
Part-I

 
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA & THEIR APPLICATION IN PROMOTION
OF HEALTH & CURE OF DISEASES
 
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
Experts
1. Introduction to Ayurveda, Historical review 01 Dr.R.R.Dwivedi
2. Role of Ayurveda in the western world 01 Dr.H.M.Chandola
3.
Holistic approach of Ayurveda. Body & mind relationship,
Concept of body - mind – soul trio in maintenance
of health and disease.
01 Dr.R.R.Dwivedi
4. Ayurvedic Psychology, meditation with updated scientific
evidence
01 Dr.H.M.Chandola
5.
The concept of Panchamahabhuta (five proto elements)
and their practical utility. The concept of twenty
Bhautika-Gunas (properties) and their practical
applicability in Ayurveda.
01 Dr.R.R.Dwivedi
6. The concept of Tri-Doshas. 01 Dr.H.A.Vyas
7. The concept of Dhatu – Upadhatu – Malas, Oja and their
applied aspects.
01 Dr.Meera Bhojani
8. The concept of Srotas (channels) and their importance in
Patho-physiology
01 Dr.H.A.Vyas
9.
The concept of Prakriti and its clinical importance. Prevention plan of diseases according to the body types. Therapy through diet. List of foods according to category and effect on constitution.
01 Dr.A.S.Baghel
10. The concept of Agni. Digestive strength (Agni), subtypes
and states.  Digestion & metabolism in Ayurveda and the
formation of Dhatu etc. Concept of Ama.
01 Dr.M.K.Vyas
11. Effects of food on body and on mind. Food combination.
Fasting. Getting accustomed (Satmya).
01 Dr.Arpan A Bhatt
12.
Food preparation. Code for diet selection and method of (Aharavidhivishesha Ayatana) cooking of food healthy way, concept of Viruddhahara and Satmya-Asatmya. Kritanna Varga
01 Dr.Arpan A Bhatt
13.
Definition and concept of health in Ayurveda, concept
of Hitayu including Sukhayu with factors responsible for
health and disease in Ayurveda.
01 Dr.M.K.Vyas
14. Maintenance of health - Ratricharya (night Regime),
Dinacharya (daily regime), Ritucharya (Seasonal
regime). Importance of sleep and celibacy.
01 Dr.Meera Bhojani
15. Introduction to Yoga. Relation of Ayurveda and Yoga,
Asanas, Shatkriyas and their role in therapeutic and
health maintenance. Concept of Pranayama in
maintenance of health and management
of diseases.
01 Dr.Arpan A Bhatt
 
 
DARAVYAGUNA, RASASHASTRA & BHAISHAJYAKALPANA (Materia Medica & Pharmacy) (Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical in Ayurveda)
 
 
Sr. Topic No. of
Modules
Experts
16. Concept of Dravya (Material base) of Drug, Concept
of Ganas and classification of drugs in Ayurveda.
01 Dr.R.N.Acharya
17.
Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacology of herbs according to Ayurvedic Principles. Concept of Ayurvedic pharmacodynamics.
01 Dr.R.N.Acharya
18.
Introduction to the use of minerals and metals in
Ayurveda – facts and fallacies.
01 Dr.P.K.Prajapati
19. Concept of Shodhana with respect to metals,
minerals and poisonous drugs.
01 Dr.P.K.Prajapati
20.
Bhaishajya  Kalpanas and Ayurvedic dosage
forms and their properties.
01 Dr.B.J.Pattagiri
21.
Basic Introduction preparation of different Kalpanas
from herbal source, Choorna (Powders), Vati (Pills-
Tablets), Pancha (syrups), Asva-arists etc.
01 Dr.Galib
 
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