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Introduction

About Institute:

Abhilashi Ayurvedic College and research institute is situated at Naogrown (Chail-Chowk) Teh.Chachyot, Distt. Mandi on the Chail Chowk Karsog road 3Km from Chail Chowk, The surroundings of the institute are picturesque which is more suitable for teaching and traning of Ayurvedic Education and research. The surrounding hills are rich in natural flora and fauna including many important medicinal plants.
Historical Bachkground:
The present institute was a dream of Dr. R.K.Abhilashi when he was in research of physician to cure his father Sh. T.R. Abhilashi from a paralytic attack in 1980. Dr. Abhilashi made his effort to select the place after completing the codel formalities of the State Govt. University and CCIM. He established 60 beded hospital at Non-Govt. aid simultaneously beautiful college with all facilities as per CCIM/HP Govt. Norms.


Aim and Ovjectives:

The institute apart from serving as premier institute of teaching and framing of Ayurveda to undergraduate  students is also engaged in promotion and propagation of Ayurvedic system of medicine. The aims and objectives of institute are listed below:

  1. To promote the growth and development of Ayurveda.
  2. To produce graduates who could efficiently sevrve in state Ayurvedic health services and also as Ayurvedic practioners by providing relief to the patients by Ayurvedic therapeutic measures.
  3. To run a college hospital, to provide health care to patients by specialists of various fields of Ayurveda.
  4. To co-ordinate with the other states and national health services for providing complete health care to the suffering peoples of the state.
  5. To conduct ri-orientation training programs for Ayurvedic physicians as a part of continuous medical latest advancement in the field of Ayurveda.
  6. To conduct seminars, conferences, workshops and tours for Herbal identification at different parts to make the knowledge upto date.
Status of Abhilashi Ayurvedic College And research Institute:

A. Administrative set up:
The institute works under the overall administrative control of Abhilashi Educational Society, Nerchowk. Chairman
M.D.
Secretary
Registrar
Director- Principal

H.O.D’s         Medical Superintendent              Herbal Garden                                Pharmacy
                                                                              Incharge                               Manager

B. Academic Wing:-
The college is having following departments:
1. Department of Kayachikitsa
2. Department of Shlaya Tantra
3. Department of Shalakya Tantra
4. Department of Samhita, Sanskrit and Siddhant
5. Department of Prasooti Tantra & Streeroga
6. Department of Kaumarbhritya
7. Department of Rasashashtra
8. Department of Rog Nidan
9. Department of Dravyaguna
10. Department of Sharir Rachana
11. Department of Sharir Kriya
12. Department of Swathavrita
13. Department of Agadha Tantra & Vidhi Vigyan
14. Department of Panchkarma

The institute is presently running BAMS degree programme.
The graduation level (BAMS) Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery is 5½ years duration course (including internship). The course of the institute are re-orgnised by the Central  Council of Indian Medicine, Govt. of India, New Delhi and is affiliated to Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. These 14 departments are headed by the H.O.D. All departments are having well qualified staff who are post graduates in their concerned subjects. Medium of teaching is Hindi/English/Sanskrit.
Regulatory Council:
The college is recognized by Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) which regulates Ayurvedic education in the country. It also determine the number of seats in the college for undergraduates course. The college follows the academic curriculum and guidelinesestablished by CCIM.
Affiliating University:
The college is affiliated to Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. TheUniversity has independent board of studies and facility of Ayurveda for recommending the curriculum and the mode of examination in the college. The university conducted the examination and awards the degree to the successful student of the college.
BAMS Course:
Admission Qualification:
12th standard with science or any other equivalents examination recognized by considered state Govt. and education boards, provided the candidate passes the examination with 50% aggregate marks in the subjects of Physic, Chemistry and Biology.
For foreigner student any other equivalent qualification to be approved by the university will be allowed.

Duration of Course:
            Degree course 5½ year comprising

  1. 1st Prof.         -           12 months
  2. 2nd Prof.        -           12 months
  3. 3rd Prof.         -           12 months
  4. Final Proff.   -           18 months
Compulsory rotator Internship              -           12 months

Degree Awarded:
Ayurvedaacharyas (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) – (BAMS)
The candidate shall be awarded Ayurvedaacharya degree after passing the final examination after completion of prescribed course of study extends over prescribed period and therafter satisfactory completing the rotator internship extending over 12 months.

Medium of Instruction:
            Sanskrit, Hindi, and recognized regional language or English.

First Professional Examination:

  1. The first professional examination shall be at the end of one academic year of first professional session. The first professional session will ordinarily start in July.
  2. The first Prof. examination shall be held in following subjects:
    1. Padarth vigyan avam Ayurvedic Itihas.
    2. Sanskrit.
    3. Kriya Sharir (Physiology).
    4. Rachana Sharir (Anatomy).
    5. Maulik Shiddhant avam Ashtang Hridya (Sutra Sthana)
  3. Student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the second professional course, however he/she will not be allowed to appear for second professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of the fires professional.

 

Second Professional Examination:-

  1. The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of 1st Proff. Session.
    The II porff. Examination shall be ordinarly held and completed by the end of month of May/June every year after completion of one year of II professional.
  2. The second professional examination shall be held in following subjects:
    1. Dravyaguna Vigyan (Pharmacology and Materia Medica) .
    2. Rashashtra-Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical science).
    3. Agadha Tantra Vyavhar Ayurved evem Vidhi Vaidyaka (Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence) .
    4. Charka- Purvardh
  3. A student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the tearms for the third professional examination, however she/he will not be allowed to appear for third professional examination.

Third Professional Examination:

  1. The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of II professional examination.
  2. The third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of the month of May/June every year after completion of one year of II professional. The third professional examination shall be held in following subjects:
    1. Roga Nidan Vikriti Vigyan (Pathology & Microbiology)
    2. Charka Smitha –Uttarardh.
    3. Swatha vritta and Yoga (Preventive and social Medicine).
    4. Prasuti and Stree Rogh (Gynecology and obstetrics).
    5. Bal Roga (Pediatrics).
  3. The student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the tearms for II proff. However he/she will not be allowed to appear for final proff. Examination unless he/she passes in all subjects of II proff. Examination.

Final Professional Examination:

  1. i) The final professional session will be of 1 and 1½ yr. duration and shall start every year in the month of July following completion of third professional examination:
    The final professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of Oct./Nov. every year after completion of one and half year of final professional session.
  2. Final professional examination shall comprises to following subjects:
    1. Shalya Tantra (General study).
    2. Shalakya Tantra (Disease of head, neck including ophthalmology ENT and Dentistry.)
    3. Kayachikitsa ( Internal medicine including Manas Roga, Rasyana & Vajikarna ) .
    4. Panchkarma.
    5. Rearch Methodology & Medical-statistics.

Compulsory Internship:-
Duration of internship: 1 year
The student will join the compulsory internship programme after passing the final year examination. The internship programme will start after the declaration of the result of the final professional examination. The period of internship will be of  1 year.
Internship programme and time distribution will be as following:

  1. The interns will receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme along with the rules and regulation for the first three days of the programme.
  2. Every intern will provisionally register himself with the concerned State Board / Council and obtain a certificate to this effect before joining the internship programme.
  3. Daily working hours of intern will be not less than eight.
  4. Normally one year internship programme will be divided into clinical training of six months in the Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college and Six months in PHC/CHC/Rural Hospital/District Hospital/Civil Hospital of any Govt. Hospital of modern medicine. But where there is no permission /permission of the State Government  for allowing the graduate of Ayurveda in the hospital/ Dispensary of Modern Medicine the one year Internship will be completed in the Hospital of Ayurveda College.
  1. Clinical training of six/twelve months as case may be in the Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college will be conducted as follows:

    S.No.

    Department

    Distribution of six months

    Distribution of 12 months

    1

    Kayachikitsa

    2 months

    4months

    2

    Shalya

    1 month

    2 months

    3

    Shalakya

    1 month

    2 months

    4

    Prasuti and Stree Roga

    1 month

    2 months

    5

    Kaumarbhritya

    15 days

    1 month

    6

    Panchkarma

    15 days

    1 month

  2. Six months training of interns will be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with Nalund Health programme. The intern will have to join in one of the following institutes for undertaking such training:
    1. Primary health care care.
    2. Community health centre.
    3. Any hospital of modern medicine.
    4. Any Ayurved hospital of Dispensary.
  3. Above (a,b,c,d) will have to be recognized by the concern University and concerned Gove. Designated authority for taking such training.

Detail Guidelines for training programme:

            The intern will undertake following activities I respective department as shown below:
  1. Kayachikitsa  Duration: 2months/4months.
    1. All routine work such as case taking, investigation diagnosis and management of common disease by Ayurvedic Medicine.
    2. Routine clinical pathological work i.e. Hemoglobin estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stools examination etc. Mutra evam Mala priksha by Ayurvedic method. Interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arising at the diagnosis.
    3. Training in routine ward procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet habits and verification of medicinal schedule.
  2. Panchakarma-Duration 15 days /I month.
    1. Panchakarma procedures and techniques regarding poorva karma, pradhan karma and paschat karma.
  3. Shalya Duration: 1month/2months.
    Intern should be trained to acquaint with:
    1. Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles.
    2. Management of certain surgical emergencies such as fracture and dislocations, Aceete Abdemen etc.
    3. Practical training of ascptic and antiseptics techniques, stertization etc.
    4. Intern should be involved in pre-operative and post-operative management
    5. s.
    6. Practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of amesthetic drugs.
    7. Radiological procedures, clenical interpretation of x-ray, IV & Barium meal, sonography etc.
    8. Surgical procedure and routine ward techniques such as:
      1. Sterving of fresh inquries.
      2. Dressing of wound, burns, uleep ets.
      3. Pneibion of abscesses
      4. Excision of cejsts
      5. Venesection etc.
      6. Application of Ksharsutra in ano-rectal diseases.
  4. Shalakya Duration: 1month/2months.
    Intern should be trained to aquaint with:
    1. Diagnoses and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles.
    2. Intern should be involve in perspective and post operative procedures.
    3. Surgical procedures in Ear, Nose, Throat, Dental problems, Ophthalmic problems.
    4. Examination of eye, ear, nose, throat and refrective error etc. with the suppoitive instruments in OPD.
    5. Procedures like Anjans Kama, Nasya, Raktmokshana, Karnpurana, shirodhra, putpak, kawal, Gandesh etc. at OPD level.
  5. Prasuti and stree roga Duration: 1 month/2months.
    Intern should be trained with:
    1. Antenatal and Post natal problems and their remedies, Antental and Post –natal care also by Ayurvedic  principles and medicines.
    2. Antntal and Post-natal emergencies.
    3. Care of new born child along with immunization programme.
    4. Important pediatric problems and their Ayurvedic managements.
    5. PHC/Rural hospital/District Hospital/Civil Hospital or any Govt. Hospital of modern medicine.
  6. Guidelines for conducting six months internship training in PHC, Community Health Centre/District Hospital, Any hospital of modern medicine, any Ayurvedic hospital of dispensary.
    Intern should get acquainted with:
    1. Routine of the PHC and mantainence of their records.
    2. Routine working of medical and non-medical staff of PHC and be always in contact with the staff in this period.
    3. They should be familiar of maintaining the register e.g. daily patient register, family planning register, surgical register and take active participation in defferent Government health schemes/programme.
    4. They should participate actively if different national health programmes of Government of State/District.
    Casualty section of any recognized hospital of modern medicine. Identification of causality and traeems cases and their first aid treatment. Also procedure for reoffering such cases to the identified hospitals. Keeral Ayurvedic dispensary/Hospital: Disease more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management. Teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes.
  7. Assessment:
    After completing the assignment in various section, they have to obtain certificate from the head of the section in respect of their devoted work in the section concerned and finally submitted to Principal/Head of the Institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.
  8. Migration of Internship:
    Migration of internship will be only with the consent of both college and university . In case of migration is between two different universities and colleges. In case migration is only college to college but university is not changed only the consent of both the colleges are required. The migration will be accepted by the university on the production of the character certificate issued by institute and application forwarded by the college and university with NOC as may be.
  9. Examination:
    1. Theory examination shall have minimum 20% short answer questions having maximum marks up to 40%& minimum 4 questions for long explanatory answers having maximum marks up to 60% . These questions shall cover entire syllabus of subject.
    2. A candidate obtaining 75% marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.
    3. The minimum passing marks will be 50% in the theory and practical separately.
    4. The supplementary examination will be held with in 6 months of regular examination and failed students shall be legible to appear in its supplementary examination.
    5. Minimum 75% attendance of student  separately in each subjects theory and Practical shall be essential for appearing in examination. Class attendance cards shall be maintained and send the card to each HOD’s for final completion before examination.
    6. In case the student fails to appear in regular examination for cogitative reason he/she will appear in supplementary examination as regular student. In such cases his/her non-appearance in regular examination will not be treated as an attempt. Such students after passing examination will join the study with regular students and appear for next professional examination after completion of the required period of study.
    7. The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject:-
      1. Regularity  in attendance.
      2. Periodical tests.
      3. Practical Copy.
  10. Migration:
    The students may be allowed to take the migration to continue his/her study to another college after passing the first year examination. Failed students transfer and mid term migration will not be allowed. Students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and universities and will be against the vacant seat after obtaining NOC from CCIM.

11.1 Number of Papers and Marks for Theory /Practical

S.No.

Name of Subject

Number of Hours of teaching

Detail Maximum Marks

 

1st Proff.

Theory

Practical

Total

No. of Paper

Theory

Practical

Total

1

Padarth Vigyan and Ayurveda Itihas

100

-

100

two

200

-

100

2

Sanskrit

200

-

200

one

100

-

100

3

Kriyasharir

200

200

400

two

200

100

300

4

Rachana Sharir

300

200

500

two

200

100

300

5

Maulid Siddhant evam Ashtang Hridya (Sutra Sthana)

150

-

150

one

100

-

100

 

S.No.

Name of Subject

Number of Hours of teaching

Detail Maximum Marks

 

2nd Proff.

Theory

Practical

Total

No. of Paper

Theory

Practical

Total

1

Dravya guna Vigyan

200

200

400

two

200

200

400

2

Agadha Tantra,Vayavhar Ayurveda Evam Vidhi Vaidyek

200

100

300

one

100

50

150

3

Rasashastra Evam Bhaishjya Kalpana Part-I

200

200

400

Two

200

200

400

4

Charak Samhita(Purvadh)

200

-

200

One

100

-

100

S.No.

Name of Subject

Number of Hours of teaching

Detail Maximum Marks

 

3rd  Proff.

Theory

Practical

Total

No. of Paper

Theory

Practical

Total

1

Roga Evam Vikriti Vigyan

200

100

300

Two

200

100

300

2

Swashthavritt and yoga

200

100

300

Two

200

100

300

3

Prasuti and Stree Roga

200

100

300

Two

200

100

300

4

Bal Roga

100

100

200

One

100

50

150

5

Charak Samhita (Uttaradh)

200

-

200

One

100

-

100

S.No.

Name of Subject

Number of Hours of teaching

Detail Maximum Marks

 

Final  Proff.

Theory

Practical

Total

No. of Paper

Theory

Practical

Total

1

Kaya Chikitsa

300

200

500

Two

200

100

300

2

Panchkarma

100

200

300

One

100

50

150

3

Shalya Tantra

200

150

350

Two

200

100

300

4

Shalakya Tantra

200

150

350

Two

200

100

300

5

Research Methodology & medical statistics

50

-

50

One

50

-

50

Note:  The period of theory and practical should not be less than 60 minutes and duration of Sharir Rachana Practical shall be at least 120 minutes.

11.2 Clinical training of students shall start from thire year onwards.
11.3 Clinical traning in the hospital attached with college to the students shall be as follows:

  1. Kaya Chikitsa  18 months
    1. Kaya Chikitsa (samanya)        6 months
    2. Manas Roga                    3 months
    3. Rasayana & Vajikarna  3 months
    4. Panchkarma                   3 months
    5. Rog Vigyan Vikruti Vigyan      3 months
  2. Shalya (Indor and out door)               9 months
    1. Shalya (samanya)                     3 months
    2. Shalya (Kshar & Anushastra)                        3 months
    3. Ksharsutra                                              2 months
    4. Anesthesia                                              15 days
    5. Radiology                                               15 days
  3. Shalakya Tantra                                   4 months
  4. Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga         3 months
  5. Kaumarbhritya                               1 month
  6. Atyayik (Causality)                         2 months

Hospital:


Abhilashi Ayurvedic college & Research Institute Chail Chowk, is a 60 bedded multi specialty hospital affiliated with the institute. Hospital is situated in the college campus and is managed by full time medical superintendent.  This hospital provides the basic facilities for clinical training and research for the BAMS students. It runs the specialities of Kayachikitsa (medicine), Shalya (Surgery), Shalakya (Eye & ENT), Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri Roga (Gynecology), Kaumarbhritya (Pediatrics), Panchkarma, Causality etc.
The hospital has well equipped operation theater and a labour room. The panchakarma and Ksharsutra fascilities provided by this hospital are unique in themselves through the state. The hospital is equipped with investigation fascilities of blood, urine, stools, bio-chemestry investigation, x-rays, ultrasound, ECG. The people of nearby areas in particular and state as a whole are being benefited by the OPD  and IPD services of the hospital. The hospital plays a vital role in popularizing the tradition system of Indian medicine in the State. and abroad.
Pharmacy:
The college has well furnished pharmacy and apart from this a leading pharmacy college is also attached to this college for training purpose of students.
Herbal Garden:
Herbs are the integral part of Ayurveda and elaborate knowledge of these herbs described in Ayurveda. Institute has developed his herbal garden in 2000 sq. meter over having more than 100 species of plants of different habitat.
Hostels:
The college has 30 bedded boys and 60 bedded girls hostel in the campus. The U.G. students are accommodated in these Hospitals.
Library:
The college has a working library which has 2790 books. It subscribes about 15 national journals. Separate book has been maintained for SC/ST students. The separate space for teachers and students has been provided. There is computerized library for on line books reading and Journals through internet facilities.
List of Journals:

  1. Indian Journal of Medical Research.
  2. Indian Journal of Psychiatry.
  3. Indian Journal of Pediatrics.
  4. Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Abstract.
  5. The Indian Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics.
  6. The Journal of National integrated Medical Association.
  7. Arayavaidam.
  8. The Indian Journals of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  9. Tropical Diseases Research Programme.
  10. Nursing Update.
  11. Dharnwantri.
  12. Ayurved Vikas.
  13. Science reporter.
  14. Sachitra Ayurveda.
  15. Ayurveda Mahasamelan Patrika.

Laboratories:
The college has various clinical & Research laboratories:

  1. Haematology lab.
  2. Biochemistry lab.
  3. Microbiology lab.
  4. Central pathology lab.
Department lab’s.
 
 
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