CENTRAL COUNCIL OF INDIAN MEDICINE NEW DELHI SYLLABUS OF AYURVEDACHARYA (BAMS) COURSE INDEX 1ST PROFESSIONAL 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6.
SANSKRIT PADARTHA VIGYAN AYURVEDA ITIHAS ASHTANG HRIDAYAM (SUTRASTHAN) RACHANA SHARIR KRIYA SHARIR 2ND PROFESSIONAL 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. CHARAK SAMHITA (PURVARDHA) SWASTHAVRITTA DRAVYAGUNA VIGYAN RASA SHASTRA & BHAISHAJYA KALPANA ROGA VIGYAN EVUM VIKRITI VIGYAN AGADA TANTRA, VYAVHAR AYURVED EVUM VIDHI VAIDYAK 3RD PROFESSIONAL 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5. 3.6. 3.7. CHARAK SAMHITA (UTTARARDHA) KAYACHIKITSA SHALAKYA SHALYA PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA KAUMARBHRITYA PANCHKARMA 70 -71 72 -78 79- 84 85- 91 92- 96 97-100 101 -105 27 -28 29 -39 40 -48 49 -58 59 -65 66 -69 Page No. 2-3 4- 8 9 -11 12 -13 14 -18 19 -26
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1.1 SANSKRIT Theory- Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/ Viva voce – 50 Marks Lectures - 150 Paper I 1. Vyakaranam Sanjna, Ach-Sandhi, Hal-Sandhi, Visarga Sandhi, Ajanta Pullinga, Ajanta Streelinga, Ajanta Napunsaklinga, Halanta Pullinga, Halanta Streelinga, Halanta Napunsaklinga, Avyaya Prakaran, Bhavadi-Dashganah, Hyanta-Sannanta, Yannanta-yanluganta-atmnepadaparasmaipada-bhavakam Karma-Kartru, lakarartha prakriya, Kridanta prakarana (Kritya prakriya), Purvakridantam, Unadaya, Uttar-kridanta, Vibhaktyartha prakaran, Samasa prakaran (Kevala samas, Avyayibhavah, Tatpurush, Bahuvrihi, Dvandva, samasanta), Tadhita prakarnani, Streepratyaya Prakaranam. TEXT BOOK- Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi 2. Translation (i) Translation from English / Hindi / Regional language into Sanskrit Or Essay in Sanskrit related to Ayurveda (ii) Translation from Sanskrit to English, Hindi and Regional languages (Any desired official language) Reference Books (i) Anuvada Chandrika- Chakradhara Hansa Nautiyal 100 Marks
(ii) Sanskrita Ayurveda Sudha- Dr B. L. Gaur (iii) Praudh Rachananuvada Kaumudi- Dr Kapil Dev Dwivedi (iv) Ayurvedic Classical Texts be used as Exercise Material for Translation. 3. Identification of gramatical errors from the given excerpt and writing the gramatically corrected version - Material/ excerpt should be selected from the above reference books.
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Vaidya Sadvrittam Pescribed Books : (i) (ii) (iii) Vaidyakiya Subhashitani (1-20 chapters) By Dr. Bhaskar Govinda Ghanekar Ayurvediya Hitopdesha By Vaidya Ranjit Rai Desai Panchatantram- Aprikshitkarkam Or Verses from classics (Brihatrayi) related to Vaidya Sadvritta
Order of reading classics (Grantha-adhyayan krama parichaya) Pathana Krama / sampradana parichaya, padavibhaga, arthanvaya krama, anvyartha, bhavartha, dhvanitartadi-prabhasana Karma parichaya Samastapada sarthak-vigraha, dhatu-dhatvartha, pratyaya-pratyayartha, subanta-tigantadi bhedana padakritya (anvayartha samarthanam) Nirupanam. Material for practice (Exercise Material) Sushrut Samhita-Sharir Sthana-Chapter-4 (Garbhavyakarana Shariram).
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1.2. PADARTHA VIGYANAM Theory- Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/ Viva voce – 50 Marks Lectures - 150 Practicals and Demonstration - 30
Paper I Padartha Vigyanam 1.1 Ayurveda Nirupana
Definition and lakshana of Ayu, composition of Ayu, definition and lakshana of Ayurveda, definition and types of siddhanta, Introduction to basic principles of Ayurveda and their significance.
Ayurveda Darshana Nirupana Philosophical background of fundamentals of Ayurveda, Meaning of the word “Darshana” and its omnipresence, evolution of Darshana, their numbers and classification, general introduction of schools for Indian Philosophy with an emphasis on Nyaya, Vaisheshik and Sankhya Darshana. Ayurveda as unique and independent school of thought (philosophical individuality of Ayurveda), definition of Padartha, Lakshana of Padartha. Division and number of Padartha, Bhava and Abhava Padartha; Charak’s opinion regarding this; introduction & description of Karana-Padartha mentioned by Charak.
Dravya Vigyaniyam Definition, lakshana and number of Dravya, Panchabhuta; origin of Panchamahabhuta, Parasparanupravesha (mutual conglomeration), types of panchikaran, Lakshana and types of Prithvi, Lakshana and types of Tejas, Lakshana and types of Jala, Lakshana and types of Vayu, lakshana of Akasha and its Aupadhika types, Kaala Nirupana, etymological derivation, definition and lakshana of the word ‘Kaala’, aupadhik types of Kaala, significance of Kaala in Ayurveda, Dik-nirupanam, significance of Dik and Aupadhik types, lakshana of Atma, description of Purusha mentioned in Ayurveda - Ativahika Purusha/ Sukshma Sharir/ Rashi Purusha/ Chikitsiya Purusha/ Karma Purusha/ Shaddhatvatmak Purusha, initiation of Atma towards perception of knowledge (Atmanah gyana Pravritti). Mano Nirupanam, Lakshana, synonyms of Manas, Mana as substratum of diseases (Manasah Vyadhyashryatram), Guna (qualities), Vishaya (subject), Karma (function), Ubhayaindriyatva and seat of Mana; contribution of Panchamahabhuta and Triguna in physical constitution (Dehaprakriti) and mental faculty; disapproval of dravyatva of Tamas, practical study/application of Dravya in Ayurveda.
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Guna Vigyaniyam Etymological derivation, definition and number of Guna, Vaishesika guna, SaarthaShabda, Sparsha, Rupa, Rasa, Gandha, Adhyatma guna- Buddhi, Sukha, Dwesha, Ichha, Dwesa, Prayatna; Paradi Guna, Gurvadi guna- their introduction and clinical application.
Karma Vigyaniyam Definition, lakshana and types of Karma, types of Karma mentioned in Nyaya, Description of Karma in Ayurveda, practical study/ application of Karma in Ayurveda.
Samanya Vigyaniyam Definition, Lakshana, types of Samanya, practical study/ application of Samanya in reference to Dravya, Guna and Karma.
Vishesha Vigyaniyam Definition, lakshana and types of Vishesa, detailed description of the verse “Pravrittirubhayasyatu”, practical study of Vishesa for clinical application in Ayurveda.
Samavaya Vigyaniyam Definition and Lakshana of Samavaya, practical study of Samavaya for clinical application in Ayurveda.
Abhava Vigyaniyam Definition and lakshana of Abhava Padartha, classification of Abhava- description of Pragabhava, Pradhwansabhava, Atyantabhava, Anyonyabhav and clinical significance of Abhava in Ayurveda.
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Pramana/ Pariksha Vigyaniyam (Epistemology) 1. Pariksha Nirupana (means of getting knowledge) Definition, significance and necessity of pariksha, Two types of anubhava-prama and aprama, Lakshana and types of prama and prameya, Lakshana, causes and types of Smriti (memory), Significance and importance of pramana. Enumeration of pramana according to different schools of philosophy, Four type of methods for examination in Ayurveda (chaturvidha pariksha vidhi), Pramana in Ayurveda, Incorporation of different pramana into three pramana, Use of word pariksha in reference to pramana in classics of Ayurveda and Practical application of methods of examination (pariksha vidhi) in treatment (chikitsa). 2. Aptopdesha Pariksha/ Pramana Nirupana (Authoritative instruction/ Spiritual testimony) Definition of aptopdesha, lakshana of apta, lakshana of sabda, and its types, shabdavritti - abhidha, lakshana, vyanjana, tatparyakhya; shaktigraha hetu, vakya Characteristic; Vakyartha gypanahetu- akanksha, yogyata, sannidhi. 3. Pratyaksha Pariksha/ Pramana Nirupana (direct observation or perception) Definition and lakshana of pratyaksha, Types of origin of pratyaksha jnana, Types of pratyaksha- nirvikalpaka- savikalpaka with description, Description of laukika and alaukika types and their further classification, Sannikarsha Characteristic, six types of sannikarsha, characteristics of sense organs (Indriyanam lakshanam), Classification of Indriya and enumeration. Description of panchapanchaka, establishment of origin of Indriya by panchamahabhuta (bhautikatwa of Indriya) and similarity in sources (tulyayonitva) of Indriya. Dominance of antahkaran, Hindrances in direct perception (pratyaksha anupalabdhikaran), Detailed description of direct perception (pratyaksha) by various instruments/ equipments, necessity of other pramana in addition to pratyaksha, Practical study/ application of pratyaksha in physiological, diagnostic, therapeutics and research grounds. 4. Anumana Pariksha/Pramana Nirupanam (Inference) Definition and lakshana of Anuman. Introduction of anumiti, paramarsha, vyapti, hetu, sadhya, paksha, dristanta etc. Types of anuman mentioned by Charak Samhita & Nyaya Darshana. Characteristic and types of vyapti, Characteristic and types of hetu, description of ahetu and hetwabhasa. Characteristic and significance of tarka. Practical study/ application of anumana pramana in physiological, diagnostic, therapeutics and research grounds.
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swabhavoparamvada. Sushruta (Srishti-Vikaskrama). Importance & characteristic of yukti pariksha in Ayurveda.Karana Siddhanta Nirupanam (Cause and Effect Theory) Definition and lakshana of karya and karana. Tatva-nirupanam. discussion on yukti pramana. Triguna nirupanam. Practical study and utility of yukti pariksha in therapeutics and research. detailed description of tantrayukti. Shastrartha Bodhaka Shastra Lakshana. 8. Panchabhautika nirupanam of Karya dravya and their introduction.
Content of Practical 1. Importance / significance of pariksha / pramana in examination of dravya. 7. Exposition or display of process of Indriyartha Sannikarsha in establishment of dravya and roga (dravya and rogavinishchaya). Different opinions regarding manifestation of karya from karana satkaryavada. Ashtaprakriti. 6. asatkaryavada.
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. Srishti-Nirupanam Srishti-laya nirupanam (evolution and devastation of universe). vyakta-avyakta. paramanuvada. 5. 3. 2. prakriti-purusha. Upamana Pramana Nirupanam (Analogy) Definition and lakshana of upamana. Allotment of practical work according to syllabus. anekantavada. Description of theories of rebirth and salvation (punarjanma & moksha) 9.5. Karya. arambhavada. Significance of karya and karana in Ayurveda. tantra guna. Shodashavikara and their description. Description of tatvotpatti. Yukti Pariksha/ Pramana (Epistemology of reasoning) Definition and lakshana of yukti pariksha. Examination of Bhautika / Samanya guna and introduction. pilupaka. classification of tatva. Evolution of universe (life) according to Charak. 4. Similarity and dissimilarity between kshetra-kshetragya. (disease and patient). Examination of physical (Panchbhautika Prakriti and Deha prakriti) and Mental temperament composed by triguna (Trigunatmaka Manas prakriti). roga and rogi. parinamvada. kshanabhangurvada. Brief description of tachhilya and arthashraya. Application of upamana in therapeutics and research. Types of karana. 6. vivartavada. tantra dosha. pitharpaka.
14. 3. 11. 7. 15. Gupta Prof.Marks 10 . Ravidutta Tripathi Vaidya Ramkrishna Sharma Dhandha
13. 4.P. 10. 12.Marks 50 Marks
1. 5. Assignment Spotting Viva voice Total 10 .
Padartha Vigyan Ayurvediya Padartha Vigyana Ayurved Darshana Padartha Vigyana Padartha Vigyana Sankhya Tantra Kaumadi Psycho Pathology in Indian Medicine Charak Evum Sushrut ke Darshanik Vishay ka Adhyayan Ayurvediya Padartha Vigyana Padartha Vigyana Padartha Vigyana Ayurvediya Padartha Vigyana
Acharya Ramraksha Pathak Vaidya Ranjit Rai Acharya Rajkumar Jain Kashikar Balwant Shastri Gajanan Shastri Dr. S. Sushrut and Vagbhata
Vaidya Banwari lal Gaur Pandit Shivhare Dr Shailaja Srivastava
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. Ayodhya Prasad Achal Dr.
Ayurvediya Padartha Vigyan Parichaya Ayurvediya Padartha Darshan Padhartha Vigyan Useful Parts of Charak.Marks 30 . 3. Vidyadhar Shukla Dr. 16. 6.Distribution of Marks 1. 2. Jyotirmitra Acharya Dr. 2. 8. 9.
Myanmar (Burma) etc.60 1. Ghanekar. Yonginderanath Sen. China. Yamini Bhushan. Yadavji Tikramji Acharya. Chronological development of Charak Samhita. Introduction and time period of authors of compendium (Granthasamgraha kaala) – Acharya Bhavmishra. Introduction of authors of Modern era –Gan Nath Sen. Hemadri. Gayadas.3 AYURVED ITIHAS (History of Ayurveda) Theory. time period (Kaal).
6. chronology of Ayurveda according to different Schools. Descent of Ayurveda.
10. Swami Laksmiram. Haranchandra. Harita. Mauritius. Sri Lanka.
3. Nagarjuna. Introduction and establishment of time period of commentators of classical Samhita – Bhattar Harishchandra. Persia. Kamboja. Jejjata. Arundatta. means and method of gaining knowledge viz. Vrinda. syntactical derivation (Niruktti) and definition of the word Itihas. Introduction of the authors of these texts. Origin of Rasa Shastra and its development. progression of Ayurveda upto tantra kaal. Etymological derivation (Vyutpatti).
11. Sharangadhara. Priyavrat Sharma. Charaka. Palkapya. Globalisation of Ayurveda – Sumera.100 Marks Lectures . Status of Ayurveda in Vedic period. Sushruta. Sushrut Samhita and Kashyapa Samhita. Shodhala. Pashu chikitsa Vigyana (Ayurveda for animal kingdom). Eternity of Ayurveda (Shashvatvam and Anaditvam). Gangadhara. Thailand. Nishchalakara. introduction and time period of promoters of Rasa Shastra. Daji Shastri Pade etc. Madhavakara. Mehta. historical person (Vyakti). Asiria.
8. promoters of Ashva. Chakrapani. Dhanwantari. 4.
2.One Paper . Gaja chikitsa Vigynana. Dridhabala. Damodar Sharma Gaur.
12. Bhela. Arabia. – expansion of Ayurveda in above mentioned civilisations. 7. Agnivesha.
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. Vrikshayurveda Vigyana (Ayurveda for plant kingdom).1. P. Misra (Egypt). Varahmir. M. subject (Vishaya). necessity of knowledge of history. introduction to eight branches of Ayurveda and concerned renowned texts. Shalihotra. Knowledge about available topics of Ayurveda in purana and tantra etc. Vagbhata. Babilonia. Introduction of authors of classical texts during Samhita kaal and their contribution especially Atreya. Jivaka – introduction and contribution. Govind Das (Author of Bhaishajya Ratnawali). happening (Ghatna) and their impact on Ayurveda. its significance and utility. Vijayarakshita. Nepal. Dr. Kashyapa. Basavraja etc. Nakula.
Activities in field of Research in Ayurveda according to different subjects.
Upodghata of Kashyapa Samhita Paragraph of acceptance of Indian medicine Upodghata of Rasa Yogasagar Ayurveda Ka Itihas Ayurveda Sutra History of Indian Medicine (1-3 part) A Short history of Aryan Medical Science History of Indian Medicine Hindu Medicine Classical Doctrine of Indian Medicine
Rajguru Hem Raj Sharma Vaidya Hariprapanna Sharma Kaviraj Suram Chand Rajvaidya Ram Prasad Sharma Dr.
10. Indian Medicine in the classical age 11. development in educational trends. different councils of vaidya and their activities. Initiation for writing down a text. relation between Greece and India in ancient period (made by Alexandar) and expansion of Ashvavaidyaka in Greece. foundation of department of AYUSH. their recommendations. 4. Ayurvedic Pharmacopeia Committees formation and activities of organisations and institutions like Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeta etc. 7.
15. 5. Harnley
2. Indian Medicine (Osteology)
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. Jolly Zimer Filiyosa Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Dr. 9. status of Ayurveda on International grounds in present era. Invitation to Indian physicians by Yavans and translation of Ayurvedic text into Arabian language. 8.13. Central Council of Indian Medicine. Visit to Greece by Indian scholars. Drug and Cosmetic Act. Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha. its introduction and activities.
Impact of Ayurveda on Hippocrates (Father of Allopathy). Developmental actions for Ayurveda in post-independence period. establishment of different committees. Girindra Nath Mukhopadhyaya Bhagwat Singh J. 3. WHO. 6.
14. Publications of Ayurveda journals and magazines.
Jaggi Dr. Ayurveda Ka Brihat Itihasa 15.12. Ayurveda Ka Vaigyanika Itihasa 16. K. Vagbhata Vivechana 28. Shiv Sharma Dr.R. An Appraisal of Ayurvedic Material in Buddhist literature 23. Vedomein Ayurveda 20.N. Udupa
Dr. Bhagwat Ram Gupta Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Vaidya Ram Gopal Shastri Dr. Atharvaveda and Ayurveda 29. Ravindra Nath Tripathi Dr. Jyotirmitra
Dr. Ayurveda Ke Pranacharya 34. History of Medicine in India 18. Ravidutta Tripathi Ratnakara Shastri Prof.J. History of Indian Medicine from Premoryana to Kushana Period 22. O. Mahayana Granthon mein nihita Ayurvediya Samagri 24. Ayurveda Ka Pramanika Itihasa 17. Jyotirmitra
Dr. Rajendra Prakash Bhatnagar Acharya Raj Kumar Jain Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Dr. G. Ancient Indian Medicine 13. Kapil Dev Dwivedi Dr. K. Ayurveda Itihasa Parichaya
Dr. Charaka Chintana 27. Karambelkara Pt. Science and Philosophy of Indian Medicine 21. Banwari Lal Gaur
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.P. P. Vedomein Ayurveda 19. Shrikantamurthy Dr. Ancient Scientist 31. Ayurvedic Medicine Past and Present 30. Ayurveda Ke Itihasa Ka Parichaya 33.Prabhashaka Jainacharya 26. Mulenbelt Vaidya Atridev Vidyalankara Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Prof. Madhava Nidan and its Chief Commentaries (Chapters highlighting history) 14. Kutumbia
Dr. Ayurveda. Luminaries of Indian Medicine 32. Jain Ayurveda Sahitya Ka Itihasa 25.
Sadhyasadhyata. Ritucharya.4. different classification of dravya. ASHTANGA HRIDAYA (SUTRASTHAN)
Theory. oral and written presentaton and other activites. Dosha samshodhana kaala. phala etc. vriddhi.One Paper – 100 Marks Practical/ Viva voce – 50 Marks Lectures . Chatushpada of Chikitsa.shooka. 28 & 29) 10 Marks 04 Marks
PRACTICAL Topic of chart prepration Ayurvedavatarana according to Ashtanga Hridaya.toya. Koshta.1.60 For the convenience of learning. Agni. kshira. Dinacharya. Parameters for Internal Assesment.kshaya lakshana of Dosha. mamsa. shimbi. Traya Upastambha. discipiline.
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. Prakriti. Dosha prakopa according to Ritu. Vegaudirana and vidharana. allotted marks for Sutrasthan of Ashtanga Hridaya has been divided into following two groups:
Chapters specified for thorough study with Marks Chapter First to Tenth and Fourteenth (1-10 & 14) Chapter eleventh to thirteenth (11-13) Chapter Sixteen to Twenty (16-20) Twenty-seventh (27) and Thirtieth (30) chapters 44 Marks 15 Marks 20 Marks 7 Marks
Chapters specified for Introductory study with Marks Chapter Fifteenth (15) Chapter Twenty two to Twenty six. Ashtanga of Ayurveda. Tridosha. ikshu. discipline. Viruddhahara.etc. oral and written presentation and other activities. Parameters for internal Assessment (15 Marks) Memorizing and describing two shlokas weekly. Twenty eight & Twenty nine (22 – 26. Dhatu and Mala. Memorizing and describing two shlokas weekly. Rasa-guna-virya-vipaka and prabhava of dravya. shaka.
Dr.) 3) 4) Viva-voce Internal assessment (15 marks) (a) Memorizing two shlokas weekly (At least 40 shlokas should be memorized as discussed above in a span of one year and six months) (b) (c) Passage writing Speech on any one topic related to Ashtanga Hridaya 5 Marks 5 Marks 5 Marks 10 Marks 15 Marks 10 Marks
Hindi Commentary by Lalchanda Vaidya English Commentary by K. Bulusu Sitaram.Distribution of Marks 1) 2) For chart framing / Compilation Recitation & writing of minimum ten shlokas among memorized shlokas (The shloka should be memorized alongwith Padavibhaga. Dr Vishwavasu Gaur. Dr. Anvaya. Banwari lal Gaur. Sreekumar
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. T.R. Bhavartha and practical applicability. Srikantamurhy
Ashtang Hridayam Ashtang Hridayam by Vagbhata Ashtang Hridayam by Vagbhata Ashtang Hridayam by Vagbhata
Nikatastha (Proximal) and Doorastha (Distal). Kshetra and Kshetrajna. 5 RACHANA SHARIR
Theory. Shariropkrama Description of Shaarir and Sharir. Deha prakriti. Panchabhoutikatva and Sukshamatva of body. Anga pratyanga vibhaga.g. 3. Constitution of ‘Purusha’ according to dhatu bheda. Ulva. ‘Shadangatva’ of Sharir. Preservation and Dissection Method of dead body.1..Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/ Viva voce – 200 Marks Lectures (1 hour) . Divisions of Sharir. Development of various systems. formation of Stanya. Bhuta vyapara. Angapratyanga nirmana. Bijabhaga. and Planes e. ‘Garbhottpadakbhava’. Abhinivriti Sharir Vyakta and Avyakta. Antahpushpa. Satwa prakriti’ etc. Sukshma garbha sharir. along with role of Tridosha and Panch mahabhuta in fetal development. Detailed description of principles of ‘Sharir’ and their co-relation with modern medical science.210 Practicals /Demonstration (1 ½ hour) . Masanumasika Garbha Vridhi Krama (month wise development of Fetus). Jala (Plexuses). Asthi Sanghat (Complex Joints). Agrima (Anterior or Ventral). Abhimadhyama (Medial) and Uttana (Superficial) and Gambhira (Deep) section. Rajju (Cords) and Sevani. Apara nirmana (formation of placenta). 5. Garbhadhana (fertilization) and Kosha vibhajana (Cell division). Trigunatamakatvam. Linga bheda (Sex determination). Anuvamshika Siddhanta (principles of Hereditary). Kurcha. position. Nabhinadi nirmana (formation of umbilical cord).210 Paper I Part A 100 Marks 50 Marks
1. Adhah (Inferior). Jarayu. Doshadhatumalamulakatva of Sharir. Snayu(Ligaments). Akritikara bhava. knowledge and importance of Shaarir and Sharir. Developmental anomalies and their causes (Ayurveda and Modern Views).
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. Dhamani. Seemanta (Sutures of Skull). Madhyanuga (Median). Anuprastha (Vertical) and Agra paschedasa (Horizontal). micro anatomical description of ‘Dhatu and Avayava’ ‘Shukra’ Artava. Kandra (Tendon). ‘Bija’-(sperm and ovum). Karma Purusha. Tantrika. 4. Sira. Urdhva (Superior). Mamsa peshi (Muscles). Garbha Sharir (Embryology) Definition of ‘garbha’ (embryo). Abhi pristha or Paschima (Posterior). Matrapartantrata of garbha. 2. Knowledge of terminologies used in Sharir Detail knowledge of terms. Parshva (Lateral). Bijabhagavayava and Genetics in Ayurveda. Tridoshmayatvam. Tiryaka (Oblique) sections. Garbhavridhikara bhava (factors affecting development and growth of embryo). Garbha poshana.
Hridaya (Heart). Accessory veins and Principle veins. structure of each Asthi sandhi (joint).their attachments and origin. (b) Srotas Sharir: Definition. Definition of Asthi Sanghat. size. nerve supply and its clinical application.
10. Sandhi Sharir (Arthrology) Definition of Sandhi (joints). Definition of Sira. 50 Marks
Part B 7. Srotas. 11. Asthi swaroopa and Asthi rachana (Structure and texture of bone).
9. movements of Joints and Clinical importance of the Sandhi (joints). Types. types and Importance of Peshi (muscles) . Lasika granthi (Lymphatic glands). vertebral joints. Dhamani. Snayu (Ligaments). Sira. Rasa kulya (thoracic duct).
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. pramana and Sankhya Sharir. number and their applied value. Payasvini (lacteals) and Courses of Lasika Vahini (Lymphatic Ducts). Detailed description of each bone . their course.Ossification of bones. actions. Sira. Sevani (Sutural Joints). applied anatomy of each bone. Dhamani. insertion.
Pramana Sharir: Anthropometric -Values of body parts. Peshi Sharir (Myology) Introduction and detail structure. their moola and Srotodusti. anjali. types. Sushrut and Modern Concept).6. Anguli. Srotas Sharir (Angiology) (a) Sira-Dhamani Importance of Raktavaha Sansthan (cardiovascular system).
Asthi Sharir (Osteology) Number of bones (Charak. branches. shape. Lasika Sansthan (Lymphatic system) Introduction and study of Lasika pranali (Lymphatic channels). specific description of ‘Hanu’ (temporomandibular) and Shakha sandhi (joints of extremities). Description of Arteries and capillary. Dhamani.
Ashaya and Koshtanga.Paper
1. 2. Description of male and female prajananang (reproductive organs) and their details. Puppusavarana Kala (Pleura). classification and importance of Mastishka (Brain)1. structural pattern and detail study of each Kala. Tantra Sharir (Neuro Anatomy) Shatchakra. 8. locations. Mastiskavarana Kala (Meninges). detail study of granthi Sharir. Charak & Sushrut concept. 3. Udaravarana Kala (Peritoneum).
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. Organs of Shwasa. Marma Sharir Description of the term Marma. 2. types and prayojana. Description of Swatantra Nadi Samsthan (Autonomic nervous system). Anga Rekhankana Sharir . Description of digestive organs and accessory digestive organs. Saraswati etc. Udar Pradesh. study of Vishista Kala like Hridyavarana (Pericardium). their names and location. their numbers. Kala Sharir Definition of Kala. Sushumna Shirsha (medulla oblongata).(Surface. Koshtanga (organs of abdominal cavity). Koshtanga of Urah Pradesh (thoracic cavity organs). Ida. Sushumna Kanda (Spinal cord). Parisarniya Tantrika (Peripheral nervous system). Definition. Granthi Sharir Description of the structure of Bahya Srotas (Exocrine) and Nisrotasa granthi. Usnishaka (Pons). Koshta Defining the terms like – Koshta. Vikirana Rachana Sharir (Radiological Anatomy). 7. its swaroopa (structure). Anukampiya and Paranukampiya (Sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system and nerve plexuses). Brihatamastishka (Cerebrum). Twak Sharir (Dermatology) Definition of Twak (Skin). 4. Pingala. Madhyamastishka (Mid brain).
5. 4. Laghumastishka (Cerebellum). Importance of trimarma. 5. Sheershanya tantrika (Cranial Nerves) and Sushmaniya Tantrika (Spinal Nerves). Prashwasa (Respiratory system). different types and their terminological values. Uttamangiya Tantrika Sansthan Sharir (Nervous System) Introduction. Radiological and Imaging Anatomy) Anga Rekhankana (Surface marking). Organs of Mutravaha Sansthan (Urinary system). 3. 6.
Shavachedana . Surface Anatomy. Nose. Ear. Sharir Vikirana Radiography. Knowledge of bones.Dissection of the whole body. 6. 4. 5. Practical knowledge of Anga Rekhankana. Knowledge of Marma. Practical demonstration of Komala Avayava (Macro and Microscopic structures of organs) and Koshtanga (Abdominal organs). tongue. Description of the Eye. 3. Skin and Indriya Adhisthan. Sampurna Asthi Pradarshana .Demonstration of all bones. 7. Diagrams and Practical records. 3. 2.
Content of Practical 1.9. Daily dissection Log Book Spotting Viva-Voce Total 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 200 Marks
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. Knowledge of the delicate organs. 2. 4. 8.
Distribution of Marks 1. Surface Anatomy. Description of Panch Gyanendriya. Indriya Sharir: (Sensory organs) Derivation of the word Indriya. Knowledge of the dissected organs. its number. Panch Karmendriya and Ubhayendriya (Mana). Shava Samskarana and Mruta Shodhana (Dead Body Preservation and Dissection).
G. 5. Athawale Cunnigham Practical Manual Vol-1. Kanthi B. Suresh Chandra Prof. Giridhar M. Vol-3 Prof. 2.
8. Thatte and Prof. Dinkar Govind Thatte Prof. 3. D. D. Mahendra Sing
7. 10. Vol-2. 11. Dinkar Govind Thatte
4.G. Sushrut and Vagbhata Sharir Sthana Gray's Anatomy
Brihat Shariram Abhinava Shariram Manava Sharir (Revised Edition) Manava Bhruna Vigyana Manava Anga Rekhankan Vikrian Evum Chayankan Sharir Vikiran Sharir Rachana Vigyan (English) Manual of Practical Anatomy
Vaidyaratna P. 12.G.
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. Dr. Thatte Prof. Dinkar Govind Thatte
Sharir Rachna Vigyan (English) Ayurvedic Human Anatomy Regional Anatomy Rachana Sharir Vigyana Chapters of Charak.
Clinical Anatomy in Ayurveda
9. Varrier Acharya Damodar Sharma Gaur
Prof. D.S. Chaurasia Dr.Reference Books
Five types of Vata with their specific locations.1.g. Ranjaka.6. Bhrajaka. Study of components of Purusha and in context to numerical variations (Purushabheda). Sadhaka). Pitta Dosha – Vyutpatti. Five types of Pitta with their specific locations. Loka-Purusha Samya. Avalambaka. Description of Basics of Srotas. Nirukti of term ‘Pitta’. Dosha – General introduction of dosha.Two Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical/ Viva voce –100 Marks Lectures (1 hour) .
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. general properties and general functions of Vata. Nirukti of term ‘Kapha’. Doshagati. Apana) b. general properties and general functions of Pitta. Samana. KRIYA SHARIR Theory. general properties and general functions of Kapha. Etiological factors responsible for Vriddhi-Kshaya of each Dosha and manifestations of Vriddhi-Kshaya of each Dosha. General locations. ‘Prakrit Dosha and Vaikrit Dosha. Samanya Vishesha.90
Paper I Part A
100 Marks 50 Marks
1. Similarities and differences between Agni and Pitta c. a. RasaVirya-Vipaka etc.Vyutpatti. Criteria for differentiation of types of Dosha (Doshabheda).210 Practicals and Demonstration (1 ½ hour) . Triguna. Utpatti. Vyana. Role of Shatdhatupurusha in Kriya Sharir and Chikitsa 3. Criteria for ‘Dosha’. Factors responsible for Srishti Utpatti. specific properties and specific functions (Prana. Panchamahabhuta. Kledaka. specific properties and specific functions (Bodhaka. Conceptual study of fundamental principles of Ayurvediya Kriya Sharir e. Definitions and Synonyms of term ‘Kriya’. Five types of Kapha with their specific locations. Difference and similarities between Prakriti and Purusha. Srishti Utpatti and its adaptation in generation of Sharir. Shleshaka) d. Utpatti. 2. Definitions and Synonyms of term ‘Sharir’. Alochaka. Classification of Dosha into ‘Sharir dosha and Manasa dosha’. Tridosha. specific properties and specific functions (Pachaka. Udana. Utpatti. General locations. Vata Dosha – Vyutpatti (derivation). Kapha Dosha. Tarpaka. General locations. Nirukti (etymology) of term ‘Vata’.
Physiology of lymphatic circulation. 4. Regulation of cardiac output and venous return. characteristics and clinical significance. Physiology of Cardio-Vascular system: Functional anatomy of cardiovascular system. Utpatti. d. Prakriti a. clinical significance of Deha-Prakriti. Role of Agni in Kriya Sharir and Chikitsa. e. various definitions and synonyms for term ‘Prakriti’. manifestations of hypo and hyper-vitaminosis. daily requirement. Location-properties and functions of Jatharagni. and Dhatwagni. Cardiac cycle. intra-uterine factors responsible for genesis of Prakriti. properties. Nirukti. Physiology of Respiratory system: Functional anatomy of respiratory system. functions. fats and carbohydrates. Sharir-Poshana
a. Basic principles of Biochemistry. c. Ahara – definition and significance of ahara. b. Regional circulations. characteristics of each kind of Deha-Prakriti. Vyutpatti. extra-uterine factors influencing Deha-Prakriti. Anukatva b. Metabolism of proteins. Resting membrane potential and action potential. Agni – Conceptual study of Agni. Definition and mechanisms of maintenance of Homeostasis. Neural and chemical control of respiration.e. classification of Agni. Modern Physiology a. Heart sounds. classification of proteins. classification of ahara-dravya. Ashta-ahara-vidhi-visheshayatana. Biochemical structure. Systemic arterial blood pressure and its control. Kriyakaala of Dosha in view point of Charak. Sushrut and Vagbhata and its clinical importance. Biochemical study of enzymes. Membrane Physiology.
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. biological personality and psychological traits of an individual. Vitamins – sources. Definition of ventilation. Artificial respiration. classification of Deha-Prakriti. Exchange and transportation of gases. Nirukti. Heart-rate and its regulation. Modern view of somato-types. Cell Physiology. Physiological basis of ECG. Study of basic components of food. fats and carbohydrates. 5. Synonyms of term ‘Agni’.Spirometry and lung function tests.
Part B 1. aharavidhi-vidhana. Manasa-Prakriti – classification. Deha-Prakriti – Vyutpatti. Bhutagni. Arterial pulse. ahara-parinamakara bhava b. Mechanism of respiration. Properties of cardiac muscles.
Guna. Formation of Rasa Dhatu from Ahara Rasa. Karma and Pramana of Medodhatu. Paper II Part A 1. Circulation of Rasa (Rasa-Samvahana). Description of Ashtavidha Sara (8 types of Sara). definition and criteria of Dhatu. characteristics of Mamsasara Purusha. Ranjana of Rasa by Ranjaka Pitta. Formation of Raktadhatu. Pramana of Rasa Dhatu. manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Raktadhatu. Karma and Pramana of Rakta Dhatu. synonyms. Sthana. Definition of term ‘Koshta’. Conceptual study of mutual interdependence (ashraya-ashrayi bhava) between Rasa and Kapha. Formation of Mamsadhatu. Vyutpatti. nishthapaka. manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Asthi Dhatu.c. Mutual interdependence between Rakta and Pitta. (dhatuposhana nyaya) Rasa Dhatu Vyutpatti. Nirukti. Nirukti. Nirukti. criteria of classification of Koshta and characteristics of each kind of Koshta 2. Nirukti. Features of Shuddha Rakta. saranushoshana and genesis of Vatadi Dosha during ahara-pachana d. Ahara-paka-prakriya – physiology of related organs (Maha-srotas). characteristics of Medosara Purusha and manifestation of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Meda.
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. Utpatti (during garbhavastha and janmottara kaala). Sthana. Physiology of Rasavaha Srotas. avasthapaka. Nirukti of term ‘Dhatu’. Manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Rasa. characteristics of Raktasara Purusha. Descriptive physiology of digestion and absorption in gastro-intestinal tract. Physiology of Asthivaha Srotas and formation of Asthi Dhatu. Panchabhautikatva of Rakta Dhatu. Sthana. Maha-srotas-pachana kriya. manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Mamsadhatu. Specific functions of Rakta. Karma and Pramana of Mamsa Dhatu. Physiology of Mamsavaha Srotas. synonyms. Medo Dhatu Vyutpatti. Characteristics of Twakasara Purusha. Sthana. Guna. 100 Marks 50 Marks
Dhatu General introduction. Modern physiology Functional anatomy of gastro-intestinal tract. formation of Medo dhatu. Guna. Raktadhatu Vyutpatti. Nirukti. Karma. Mechanism of secretion and composition of different digestive juices. synonyms. Mutual interdependence of Vata and Asthi Dhatu. Asthi Dhatu Vyutpatti. characteristics of Asthisara Purusha. physiology of Raktavaha Srotas. Karma of Asthi Dhatu. different theories related to Dhatuposhana. sara-kitta vibhajana. Sthana. Guna. Guna. Mamsadhatu Vyutpatti. physiology of Medovaha Srotas.
Bala Vrudhikara Bhava. classification of Oja (Ojobheda). Sthana. Guna. definition. Physiology of adipose tissue. difference between Raja and Artava. plasma proteins.synthesis and functions. Nirukti. Karma and Pramana of Ojas. Guna. Physiology of muscle contraction. Modern physiology a. sweat glands and sebaceous glands. Ojas Vyutpatti. Bone and teeth. Balabheda. Hypersensitivity. formation of Majja dhatu. mechanism of blood clotting. LDL and HDL etc. Calcium metabolism: hormonal control of calcium metabolism. f. Physiological basis of immunization. praman of Stanya. Hormonal regulation of menstrual cycle. Introduction to bone marrow: composition and functions of bone marrow. Functions of vitamin D. Muscle physiology – comparative study of physiology of skeletal muscles. Relation between Shleshma. b. Haemopoiesis(stages and development of RBCs. jaundice. Karma and Bheda. Basics of Immunity – Classification and Mechanisms. e.
2. Stanya –Nirukti. Structure and functions of haemoglobin. physiology of Shukravaha srotas and formation of Shukra dhatu. parathormone and calcitonin. Structure and functions of skin. Rakta-Pitta-Majja relation. Poshan. anticoagulants.vi)
Majja Dhatu Vyutpatti. Visramsa and Vyapat. b. Praman. lipo proteins like VLDL. Sankhya. Utpatti Sthana. Applied physiology: anaemia. General introduction. characteristics of shuddha and dushita Artava. characteristics and assessment of shuddha and dushita Stanya. Vyutpatti and Nirukti of the term ‘Upadhatu’. study of platelets. Sthana. principles of blood transfusion. synonyms. Nirukti. Nirukti.
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. conceptual study of Vyadhikshamatva. Physiological study of male and female reproductive systems. Guna. Nirukti. Utpatti. cardiac muscles and smooth muscles. utpatti guna karma.
4. Upadhatu a. Sthana and Karma of Upadhatu. Karma and Pramana of Majja Dhatu. Spermatogenesis and oogenesis. Bala and Ojas.
3. definition. features of Shuddha and Dushita Shukra. manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Majja dhatu. Shukra Dhatu Vyutpatti. Karma and Pramana of Shukra Dhatu. physiology of Artavavaha srotas and Artavachakra d. Etiological factors and manifestatioins of Oja kshaya. Utpatti. manifestations of Vriddhi and kshaya of Stanya c. characteristics of Majja Sara Purusha. Layer wise diseases of Tvak. physiological basis of blood groups. functions of blood and blood cells. Haemopoetic system – composition. types. c. Physiology of pregnancy and lactation. physiology of Majjavaha Srotas. Guna Karma of Artava. Pramana. Guna. definition. Artava –Nirukti. characteristics of Shukrasara Purusha. Tvak – Utpatti. WBCs and platelets). d. Guna. physiological and clinical significance of Ojo Vayasthapana. manifestations of Kshaya and Vriddhi of Shukra dhatu.
Karma of Buddhi. Swaroopa. Indriya-PanchaPanchaka. Aharamala – Enumeration and formation of Aharamala. Dhatu mala – Utpatti. Sthana.
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. Sthana. and physiology of Mutravaha srotas. Definition. Sthana. manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshaya of Purisha. 8. Physiological study of Karmendriya. Nirukti. Guna. Swapnotpatti and Swapnabheda. Karma of Manas and physiology of Manovaha srotas. and physiology of Purishavaha Srotas. 4. Dhriti and Smriti. Nirukti. Vishaya. Nirukti. Manas – Utpatti. Karma. and physiology of Swedavaha Srotas. physiological and clinical significance of Nidra. Sparsha. Nidrabheda. Pramana. Panchagyanendriya – Physiological study of Panchagyanendriya. Pramana.
50 Marks (during
a. Atma –Nirukti. Nidra – Nidrotpatti. Rasa. Karma. Guna. Prakara. Nirukti. Mutra –Vyutpatti.Part B 1. Sthana. Pramana of each Dhatu Mala. formation of Purisha. etiological factors and clinical manifestations of each Dhatu Mala. and physiology of Shabda. Nirukti. Buddhi – Sthana. formation of Sweda. Synonyms. 2. manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshaya of Mutra b. Nirukti of term ‘Mala’. Pramana. Purisha –Vyutpatti. 6. manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshaya of Sweda. 5. Samkhya. Karma and difference between Paramatma and Jeevatma. Sweda –Vyutpatti. Gandha. Process of Dnyana-grahana. Guna. Guna. Physiology of Dhee. formation of Mutra.Vyutpatti. Mala . Characteristics of existence of Atma. Utpatti Garbhavastha and Janmottara Kaala). Guna Karma. Roopa. 3. 9. Sthana. Vyutpatti. physiological and clinical significance of Manas. Karma. General introduction of Mala. Guna. Sthana. 7.
mechanism of propagation of nerve impulse. Learning and Motivation.10. PNS. 5. EEG. Functions of different parts of brain . Midbrain. c. 12. 6. 8. classification and characteristics of hormones.
PRACTICAL Content of Practical A) Ayurvedic Practicals 1. Mechanism of formation of urine. physiological study of all endocrine glands and their hormones. Assessment of Vaya Anguli Pariksha Assessment of Ayu in Charak-Samhita Assessment of Agni Assessment of Koshta Assessment of Prakriti Assessment of Sara Satmya Pariksha Nadi pariksha Stanya pariksha
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. Physiology of special senses. Physiology of temperature regulation. Assessment of Dosha (Vriddhi Kshaya Lakshana) Assessment of Dhatu – a. Functions of kidneys. Endocrine glands – General introduction to endocrine system. 10. 3. Examination of Mala by Shabda. Roopa Rasa and Gandha b. Medulla and Cerebellum. Physiology of sleep and dreams. ANS. Control of micturition.Cerebral Cortex. Renal function tests. Sparsha. Urinary tract physiology – Functional anatomy of urinary tract. Sharir Bala b. Limbic system. Pons. 13. 2. physiological study of sensory and motor functions of nervous system. Modern physiology a. Purisha (Jale Nimajjati pariksha) 4. physiological study of CNS. Manasa Bala Assessment of Mala – a. b. General introduction to nervous system – neurons. 7. Mutra (Taila Bindu pariksha) c. Physiology of speech and articulation. Memory. Intelligence. 9. Hypothalamus. 11.
12. Examination of heart sounds d. 6. Record Book / Practical Book 2. Pulse examination b.B) Modern practicals 1.
16. 18. chemical examination and microscopic examination. ECG demonstration Examination of Respiratory system a.
. Respiratory rate b. Viva . 11. Arterial blood pressure measurement c. Distribution of Marks 1. Test for normal constituents of urine Following chemical examinations for abnormal constituents : a. Spotting 4. 4.
13. uses and care of balances Collection of blood sample – prick. apparatus for collection Preparation of blood film and staining Estimation of Hemoglobin Microscopic examination of blood a. Albumin test b. 17. Occult blood Stool examination – Collection of stool. 3. Differential leucocyte count Packed cell volume (PCV) demonstration ESR demonstration Bleeding time Clotting time Blood grouping and Rh typing Examination of Cardio-Vascular system a. Use and care of compound microscope Types.
14. Sugar test c. chemical examination and microscopic examination Semen Analysis Measurement of body temperature Study of instruments related to physiology practicals. WBC count c. Experiment 3. 15. RBC count b.voce Total 10 Marks 30 Marks 20 Marks 40 Marks 100 Marks
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7. 5. Bile salts and bile pigments e. 2. physical examination. 8 9. 19. physical examination. Vital capacity of Lungs c. venepuncture method and bulbs. Acetone bodies d. 10. Spirometry Examination of CNS – Reflexes Urine examination – Collection of urine.
C. Ranjeet Roy Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Shankar Gangadhar Vaidya Acharya Niranjana Dev Shri Upendranath Das Hirlekar Shastri Niranjana Dev Vd. 15.Reference Books 1. 9. 18. 19. 16. Jain Gyton Dr. 4. 12. 7. 8. Dwarkanath Vd. 17. Shiv Kumar Gaur Acharya P. Vd. 5. Sushrut. 10.
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. Pt. 21. Ayurveda Kriya Sharir Abhinava Sharir Kriya Vigyana Dosha Dhatu Mala Vigyana Prakrita Dosha Vigyana Tridosha Vigyana Sharira Tatva Darshana Prakrita Agni Vigyana Deha Dhatvagni Vigyana Sharir Kriya Vigyana (Part 1-2) Sharir Kriya Vigyana Dosha Dhatu Mala Vigyana Abhinava Sharir Kriya Vigyana Pragyogik Kriya Sharir Physiology Kaya Chikitsa Parichaya Concept of Agni Physiology Purush Vichaya Kriya Sharir Sharir Kriya Vigyana Useful parts of Charak. 6. Haridutt Shastri Acharya Purnchandra Jain Shri Moreshwar Dutt. 13. 11. Vagbhata. Thakar Prof. Yogesh Chandra Mishra Prof. C. Basant Kumar Shrimal Dr.J. 20. Vd. 3. Sunil Verma. Jayaram Yadav & Dr. 2. Bhagwan Das Chatterjee Acharya V. 14.
Speech related to Charak Distribution of Marks 1.100 Charaka Purvardha Distribution of theory marks according to Sthana 1. (Five proforma/case sheets should be filled from IPD/OPD. Other activities include the following : 1. 2. (The shloka should be memorized as discussed above in span of one year and six months) 2. Passage writing 3.Nidana . 4. Analysis of Srotas. Presentation of any 10 Shlokas out of total memorized Shlokas (Written & Oral) 3.Sharir . Sutra Sthana Nidana Sthana Vimana Sthana Sharir Sthana Indriya Sthana 40 Marks 15 Marks 20 Marks 15 Marks 10 Marks
PRACTICAL Parameter for Internal assessment Memorizing and describing two shloka weekly. 4. Viva Voce 6.Indriya Sthana) Theory. Discussion about Dhatu and their vriddhi and kshaya (Phenomenon of their increase and decrease). A log book of memorized shloka. 5. oral and written presentation and other activities. (Monthly Ten shloka in professional year of 1 year and 6 months. Table (Chart) preparation / Compilation 2. Memorizing two shloka weekly. 3. Assessment of Arishta. Internal Assessment Total
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.One Paper– 100 Marks Practical/ Viva voce – 50 Marks Lectures . Ten proforma/ case sheets should be filled from IPD/OPD.2.1.Vimana .) 5. corrected and signed by the class teacher is to be submitted at the time of examination. discipline. CHARAK SAMHITA (Purvardha: Sutra .
Bhagwan Dash or Acharya Priyavrata Sharma. Charak Samhita (English Commentary): Dr.
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.REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Brahmanand Tripathy or Dr. Ram Karan Sharma & Vd. Gorakha Nath Chaturvedi & Kashinath Shastri or Dr. 2. Charak Samhita -Chakrapani Tika (Sanskrit Commentary) Charak Samhita (Hindi Commentary): Vaidya Jayadev Vidyalankar or Vd. Ravi Dutta Tripathy 3. Atridev Vidyalankar or Prof.
xvii.2.Benefits of Walking. Shayanavidhi
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. iv. Concept of well being a) Objective b) Subjective 100 Marks 50 Marks
ii. viii. Sports and games alongwith its application in health and disease xxi. Snanam xxii. Definition of Swasthavritta iv.
Ratricharya Sandhyacharya ii.Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/ Viva voce – 100 Marks Lectures . xvi. Swimming. Dimensions of health a) Physical b) Mental vii. xi. vii. Introduction i.180 Practicals and Demonstration 50 Hrs Paper I Part A Vaiyuktika Swasthavrittam (Personal Hygiene) 1. Definition of Swastha & Swasthya vi. iii. v. Arogyalingani (Signs of Health) iii. Swasthavritta prayojanam Mahatvam (Objectives & Importance of Swasthavritta) v. xviii xix. vi. Tambulasevanam
3. WHO Definition of Health
c) Standard of living d) Quality of life
2. Definition of Dinacharya Aims and importance of dinacharya. xv. Dinacharya i ii. i. xiii. ix. xii. Kavaladharana Dhoomapana Abhyangam Udvartanam Utsadana Vyayama Chankramana . Ratribhojana vidhi iii. Jogging.Vastradharanam xiv. x. Gymnastics. Anulepanam xxiii.2 SWASTHAVRITTA Theory. Brahma Muhurta evum Utthishta Ushna Jalapana Sarirachinta Malatyaga Mukha prakshalana Dantadhavana Preparation of Ayurvedic powder and paste Jihvanirlekhana vidhi (Tongue cleaning) Anjana Pratimarsa Nasya Gandusha xiv. xx.
Dugdha varga (Milk and Milk products). Mamsa varga (Meat types). Samasana. Dietetic standards. ii. Balance diet for (a) Workers –Sedentary /Moderate / Hard (b) Pregnant and lactating women (c) Children (d) Infants. Food borne diseases. Source of infection (for Milk).Brahmacharya vyakhya and Abrahmacharya vyakhya. Kritanna varga (Prepared Food). Slaughter house. Properties of Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian diet. Properties of Yukta Nidra. Viruddhahara and its effects. sugar. Milk composition. Nidra – Swasthya sambandha. Meat inspection. Food hygiene. Preservation of food. Freshness of fish and egg. Aharavidhi Vidhana. Anidra. Social aspect of Psychology according to Ayurveda iii. Apathyahara. Clean and safe milk. Taila varga (Fats &Oils). Ikshu varga (Jaggery. Ahara and Vihara causing disturbed sleep. Pramukhatvam. Swarupa. Food toxicants.
ii).their role in Prevention of psycho-somatic disorders ii. Nutritional requirements . Ahara-Vihara. iv. Pathyahara. Nidra . Ashtaharvidhi viseshayatanani. Trayopastambha (Three pillars of health) i) Ahara Nirukti. tajjanya vyadhaya. Phala varga (Fruits). Masala and vyanjana dravyas (Spices & Condiments). Effects of Ratri Jagarana. National Nutritional programmes. Types of Nidra (sleep). Pasteurization of milk.Nirukti and Utpatti. Social aspects of nutrition. Sleep in healthy and diseased persons. Atinidra . Ahara and Vihara causing sound sleep iii) Brahmacharya . Milk borne diseases. honey ). Dwadasha Ashanapravicharana. Importance of
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. Adhyasana. Food handlers. i. Pathya. Sadvritta i. Hypertension. Yogya nidra vidhi. Shadrasabhojanasya mahatwam. Saka and Harita varga (Leafy and Non leafy vegetables). Minerals and Vitamins. Concept of Mental Health according to Ayurveda and Modern medicine 6. Diwaswapna. a) Ritusandhi b) Yamadamshtra different ritu c) Rituharitaki d) Rituviparyaya
5. Carbohydrate. Sources and deficiency diseases of Protein. Sanitation of eating places. Balanced diet. Bhojanapachana avadhi. Apatarpanjanya vyadhi. Meat hygiene. Jala varga & Madhya varga (Beverages). Fat . Santarpanajanya vyadhi.Apathya viii.. Consumption of Alcohol and its effects and Ayurvedic diet in life style disorders-Diabetes.Prashamana of Dosha and their Utpatti in Ritu Doshashodhana in samanya ritu vi. Duration of sleep according to age. Proximate principles of Food. Fruits and Vegetable hygiene. Vishamasana. Aharadushparinama. Description of Sadvritta and Achara Rasayana . Relation of Agni bala and ritu vii. Milk hygiene. Prakopa. Food fortification.4. Food groups -Dhanya varga (Cereals and millets). Aharaparinamakara bhava. Effects of Spices and condiments. v. Obesity and Coronary heart Disease. iii. Ahara dravya Vargikaranam. Kanda varga (roots and tubers).
Ritucharya Importance of Ritucharya Ritu as per different acharyas Adana kaal & Visarga Kaal Sanchaya.
Bhumi shodhana iv. Janapadodhwamsa i. Vayu guna.Samajika Swasthavrittam (Public Health) 1. Jala mahatva – biological viii. Mountain air & High altitude – Health problems. Prevention and control of air pollution iii. vii. Viryanasa phala and Menstrual Hygiene 7. Effects of Ativyavaya. Types of soil ii. Jala (Water) i. Hardness of Water iv. Upavasa. v. ix.Brahmacharya and Abrahmacharya. Air of occupied room viii.Adharaniya Vega and Dharaneeya Vega. Requirement and uses x.
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. Vyavaya sambandhi niyama. Rasayana for Swastha. Social goals of housing Prakasha (Lighting) 50 Marks
3. Air movement x. Importance of Panchakarma and Rasayana iv. Roganutpadaniya -Concept of vega. Shad jala dosha vi. Vayu (Air) i. Ventilation and its types iv. Water related diseases importance of water ii. x. Soil & Health iii. Diseases due to vegadharana and their chikitsa.
vi. Composition vii. Sharir rakshanatmaka karyani and Sharir ahithakara karyani. Vayu shuddhi prakara (Disinfection of air) v.
Housing standards Rural housing Housing and health Over crowding Pasu sala (Cattle shed)
5. Rain Water Harvesting and water recycling Bhumi (Land & Housing) i. Safe and wholesome water ix. Veeryotpatti. Vyadhikshamatva and the role of Rasayana 2. Prajnaparadham. Properties of water xi. Air pollution – health and social aspects ii. Sharir Sodhanam Part B Sarvajanika. Water problems in India vii. Causes ii. Methods of Virya Raksha. Purification of Water (Jalasuddhi upayas) iii. Water sources xiii. Suretaspraha (Libido) through Vajikarana. Types of water xii. viii. Nivasayogya bhumi v. Vayu swasthya sambandha vi. Manifestations and control measures iii. Discomfort and comfortable zone ix. Water pollution xiv. Water examination.
Health Problems of School Children ii. Concept of control viii.
9. xi. Storage and collection of refuse iii. Duties of School Medical Officer iv. 13. Aspects of School Health services iii. Epidemiology i. 8. xvii. ESI Act and factories Act. iii. Sewered area iii. xiii. 7. Immunizing Agents xvi. vii. fairs and festivals. Effects & control Apadravya nirmulana (Disposal of solid waste) i. Natural Lighting 6. Offensive trades – Effects on health and precaution measures
Concept of disease Epidemiological triad Risk factors Concept of prevention Incidence and prevalence Mode of transmission Host defences Disease prevention and control
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.Sources. ix. Bio.i. Concept of Epidemiology transmission ii. Latrines for camps. Maintenance of healthy environment. Susceptible host xiv.Medical waste management Malanishkasana vyavastha (Excreta disposal) i. Concept of causation iv. Natural history of disease vii. Modes of intervention x. Effects & control Vikirana (radiation). Requirements of good lighting ii. v. Occupational Diseases iii. Occupational Hazards ii. Disinfection xviii Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases a) Measles b) Diphtheria iv.
10. School Health Services i. Dynamics of Disease xii. Artificial Lighting iv. v. Biological effects of lighting
Dhwani pradushana (Noise) – Sources. Unsewered area ii. Methods of disposal of solid waste (Rural & Urban) iv. Disaster Management 11. Prevention of Occupational Diseases 12. Different types of solid waste ii. Occupational Health i.
Disposal of Dead body a) Burning b) Burial 15. Kuprasangaja vyadhi (STDs) a) AIDS b) Syphilis c) Gonorrhoea d) Chanchroid xx. Meteorology (Ritu evum vatavarana Jnana) Yoga & Nisargopachara Paper II Part A 50 marks Yoga 1. Chikitsalaya Bhavana (Hospital Building) 16. 4. Ayurvedic paribhasha of sankramika roga xxi. 3.Non . ii) Bhakti Yoga iii) Raja Yoga iv) Hathayoga–features & objectives.d) g) j) m) p) s)
Mumps Influenza Polio Leptospirosis Malaria Rabies
e) h) k) n) q) t)
Tuberculosis Pneumonia Viral Hepatitis Dengue fever Filariasis Tetanus
f) i) l) o) r) u)
SARS Cholera Typhoid Chikungunya Leprosy Emerging and reemerging diseases
xix.Communicable disease epidemiology a) Diabetes b) Obesity c) Hypertension d) Coronary Heart Diseasee) Rheumatic Heart disease f) Cancer 14. 2. Etymology Definitions Development of Yoga (From ancient time to present time) Different Streams of Yoga i) Jnana Yoga 5. 100 Marks c) Electric cremation
Eight Branches of Yoga i) Yama ii) Niyama
iii) Asana and its importance a) Suryanamaskara
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Effect of Yoga practice on physical and mental dosha. Sidhasana d) Supine posturesi. Paschimottanasana ii. Gomukhasana iv. Muktatma lakshana iv. Salabhasana 4.
Standing postures i. Sarvangasana iv.
8. Suptavajrasana iii. Yoga and moksha vii. Obesity. Manodosha chikitsa v. Bhadrasana viii.
7. Savasana e) Prone postures1. ida. Satyabudhhi iii.
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. Ashta Aiswarya ii. Sukha dukha nivrutti vi. Ardhachakrasana ii. Mokshasyalakshana Panchakosha theory i) Annamayakosha iv) Vigyanamayakosha ii) Pranamayakosha v) Anandamayakosha iii) Manomayakosha Integrated Approach of Yoga therapy Yoga package for LBA. Chakrasana ii. 10. Halasana vi.6. Bhujangasana 3. pingala and sushumna i) Shadkarmani j) Bandha and Mudras Pratyahara Dharana Dhyana Samadhi Description of Yoga in Ayurveda i. Ardhamatsyendrasana v. Diabetes Mellitus. Asthma. 9. Ardhakatichakrasana iii. Vajrasana vii. Padmasana vi. Pavanamuktasana iii. Pranayama a) Benefits of Pranayama b) Nadi shudhi pranayama c) Time of practice -Avara-PravaraMadhyama lakshanam d) Pathyapathyahara during pranayama e) Yuktayukta lakshana f) Nadi Shudhi lakshanam g) Kumbhakabheda :i) Suryabhedana ii) Ujjayi iii) Shitali iii) Sitkari iv) Bhasthrika v) Bhramari vi) Murcha vii) Plavani h) Shad chakra. Matsyasana v. Makarasana f) Concept of Mitahara & Pathyahara v. Trikonasana c) Sitting Posturesi. Padahasthasana iv. Dhanurasana 2. Sasankasana ix. Ushtrasana x.
Part B Community Health Care 1.Nisargopachara 1.
iii. vi. Jala Chikitsa
3. Hip bath vii. Types
iii) Constructive diets. Abdomen wet pack viii. iv. iii.Steam bath ix.Whirlpool bath
2. iii. Elements
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. i.Types i) Soothing iv) Positive 7. Upvasa Chikitsa (Fasting) i. v. ii.Different methods of Mardana 6. Surya Kirana sevana (Sun bath-Haelio therapy & Chromotherapy) 5. Mrittika Chikitsa (Mud Therapy)
4. Prakritika Chikitsa (Nature Cure) i. Definition & History Aims and objectives Relation of Ayurveda and naturopathy Schools of Naturopathy – Western School Schools of Naturopathy – Indian School (Pancha bhutopasana) Importance in present era Hot water treatment Cold water treatment Foot bath Hand bath Spinal bath Types of soil or mud Doctrine of mud selection Mud bath vi. ii. v. Prathamika Swasthya Samrakshana ( Primary Health Care) i. ii. i. Diet . Definition ii. Importance
ii) Eliminative v) Negative ii. Principle iii. iii. iv. Enema x. Mardana (Massage) .
Shishu Kalyana Karyakrama (Mother and Child Welfare Programme) i. Demography ii. Blindness (NPCB) v. 6.RCH (Reproductive and Child Health programme) xiii. AYUSH. Health Insurance. National Anti Malaria Programme x. Ante natal care ii. Alma. Minimum needs programme xv. Diabetes (NDCP) vii. Structure – at Village level. National water supply and sanitation programme xiv. National Filariasis Control Programme xi. National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) ix. Voluntary health agencies in India and N.Os. Polio (PPI) vi. Matru. Indicators of MCH care 5. CHC level. Neo natal care iv. Objectives. Parivara Kalyana Karyakrama (Family Welfare Programmes) i. Private agencies. 4. Structure and function of WHO iii.G. Family Planning v. Post natal care iii.Ata declaration
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. Role of Ayurveda in Primary Health Care in India 2. AIDS (NACP) iv. Cancer (NCCP) viii. Life Expectancy iv. Sub centre level. Hospitals. 3. PHC level. UIP (Universal Immunisation Programme) xii. Tuberculosis (RNTCP) ii. Child health problems v. All emerging National Health Programmes. Preventive Geriatrics. Demographic Cycle iii. v. Leprosy (NLEP) iii.iv. Vishwa Swasthya Sangathana (World Health Organization) ii. International Health i. Rasthriya Karyakrama (National Programmes) i. Methods of Family Planning.
Demonstration of 24 Asana explained in syllabus. vi. AYUSH 8. Central level ii. v. Mode vii. Vyaktigata swasthyai) Pratimarsa Nasya ii) Anjana iii) Dhumapana 2. Aharadravya parichaya 3. Data Collection. Yogic kriya i) Vamana Dhauti ii) Jala Neti iii) Sutraneti iv) Kapalabhati 7. Health statistics i. Morbidity rates and Fertility rates
PRACTICAL Content of Practical 1. Mortality rates. State level iii. Health survey viii. Disinfectants 5. Mean v. Health work of bilateral agencies 7. Family Planning appliances 6. iii. District level iv.iv. National Health Policy and Importance of Ayurveda in it. Yogasana. Pranayama & Meditation i) Nadisuddhi v) Sitkari ii) Ujjayi vi) Bhastrika iii) Suryabhedana vii) Bhramari iv) Sitali iv) Kavala v) Gandusha vi) Udvartanam vii) Abhyangam
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. Swasthya Prashasana (Health Systems in India) i. United Nations agencies. Median vi. Immunizing agents 4. classification and Presentation iv. Sources and uses of health statistics. Definition of statistics/health statistics/vital statistics ii. 8.
iv) Leprosy sanitorium v) Industrial unit
ii) Primary Health Centre
12. Brahmanand Tripathi Jahulkar Swatmaram Yogendra
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. Vagbhata. Viva – Voce Total Reference Book 20 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 30 Marks 100 Marks
Relevant portions of Charak. Bhaskar Govind Ghanekar Dr. Daily work 6. Mukund Swaroop Verma Vd.9. Bhavaprakasha. Swasthvritta Samucchya Swasthya Vigyan Swasthya Vigyan Ayurvediya Hitopdesa Yoga and Ayurveda Swasthvirtta Vigyan Swasthvrittam Ayurvediya Swasthvritta Hathayoga Pradipika Pt. Rajeshwardutt Shastri Dr. Naturopathy 5. Public and social health 3. Ramkumar Jain Dr. Sushrut. Naturopathy Practical i) Baths
ii) Mud therapy
10. Ram Harsh Singh Dr. Sharangadhara. Yoga and Naturopathy together for Swastha persons and 5 case sheets of Communicable diseases. Ranjeet Rai Desai Dr. Madhava Nidana. Demonstration of Yoga 4.
Distribution of Marks 1. Observe the functioning of i) Water purification plant ii) Sewage treatment plant iii) Pasteurization unit Lecture – Cum – Demonstration at i) Rural Ayurvedic Dispensary iii) Maternity and Child Hospital 11. There should be 5 case sheets of Pathyapathya. Personal Hygiene 2. Yogaratnakara & Bhela Samhita.
P. Smt. Reddy’s Comprehensive guide to Swathavritha Comprehensive guide on Pathypathyam
Bhartiya Prakratika Chikitsa Parishad Shri Kedar Nath Gupta Sharda Prasad Verma Dr. L. Gupta Dr. Park Shri Ayyangar Vaidya Sakad Dr. Shiv Kumar Gaur T. Singh Harikrishna Shastri Datar Dr. Bhajandas Swami
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. Nigam Sharma R. Sudhakar Reddy Dr.P. Nirmal Sahani Updeysa S.Indra Mohan Jha J.H. Devraj Dr.L. P. Gupa Ram Harsh Singh Dr.C.K.Yogic Yoga Paddhati Yogic Chikitsa Prakritik Chikitsa Vidhi Prakritik Chikitsa Vigyan Jansanakhya Shiksha Siddhant Health Administration in India Swasthavrittam Health and Family Welfare Sachitra Yogasan Darshika Preventive & Social Medicine Yogadeepika Swasthavritta Positive Health Biogenic Secrets of Food in Ayurveda Yoga & Yogic Chikitsa Smritigranthon mein nihita Swasthaparaka Samagri The Foundations of Contemporary Yoga Yoga Siddhant Evum Sadhana Dr. Seel Dr.. L.
Meaning of “Rasa” in various contexts. Presentational use of Rasa in diet and medicine (Rasa sevan kramah). Differences between Rasa and Vipaka. Aushadhatva. karya-karana. Dravyaguna Shastra : Lakshana and fundamental principles of Dravyaguna Shastra. Rasanurasayo bheda (Difference between rasa and anurasa) Lakshana (characteristics). difference between Avasthapaka and Vipaka. 3. definition and Classification of Guna. Virya : Etymological derivation. according to Chetan-achetan (living – Non Living). Virya karmani. Vipaka : Etymological derivation and definition. 5.
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. Rasa. Dravya Pradhanye yuktyah (arguments for importance of dravya). Vipaka.Prabhava). Grades of Vipaka (taratamya). Dosha karma (Action on Dosha). Dravya : Lakshana of Dravya. Tikta. Panchabhauthikatva. definition. Perception of Rasa (Rasopalabdhi). Guna : Etymological derivation.Prabhava and Karma. Vipaka. Nirvrittiviseshakrama (manifestation in general and particular). Rasaskandha. Types of Vipaka.3 DRAVYAGUNA VIGYAN
Theory Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/Viva voce – 200 Marks Lectures .2. Guna. Ritu prabhava (effect of season ). (Effects of Virya) General principles in determination of virya along with exceptions. Lavana. Guna. Arguments for importance of virya along with exceptions. Effects of excess usage of Rasa. method of Dravya classification according to Brihattrayee and according to Taxonomy. (Dwividha & Ashtavidha). General Introduction of Sapta padartha – (Dravya. definition and Nature of Virya..) Pancha padartha (Rasa. 6. 4.180 Practicals and Demonstration – 90 Paper I Part A 100 Marks 50 Marks
1. (Dvividha-Trividha. Rasa. Yoni (Mode of Origin). Vipakopalabdhi hetu (Knowledge/Understanding of Vipaka).Guna and Karma of Six Rasa.. Classification of Dravya. Vipaka. Virya. Utpatti (Origin). Virya. Prayoga (Use).. and Kashaya). Six Rasa ( Madhura. Rasa : Etymological Derivation. Amla. Panchabhautik origin of Rasa. Virya. Panchabhautikatwa. 2. Kopana and Shamana of Dosha and dushya by Six rasa. Katu.Panchavidha) Guna and karma of Vipaka. Detailed knowledge of Gurvadi and Paradi Guna. Number of Virya.
Virechanopaga 57. Dantya 31. Pachana 5. Vamanopaga 55. Snehopaga 53. Varnya 30. Brimhana 25. Sanjnasthapana 33. Samshodhana 6. Shwasahara 70. Kasahara 71. Interrelation of Rasa-Guna-Virya-Vipaka-Prabhava with respect to their strength (balabal nirupana). Mutravirechaniya 45 Purishasangrahaniya 48. Sirovirechanopaga 58. Karma : Nirukti lakshana swaroopa and bheda of karma (Etymological derivation. Medhya 27.7. 9. Anuvasanopaga 60. Lekhana 13. nature and types of action). Vedanasthapana 34. Deepana Samshamana Bhedana 2. Pramathi 17. Vamana 54. Grahi 14. Samanyapratyarabdha. Swedana 50. definition. Vranaropana 3. Shothahara 69. Arguments for predominance of prabhava. Effects of Prabhava. Swedasangrahaka 49. Vikashi 20. Define with mode of action of the following karma with examples – 1. Truptighna 73. Arshoghna 77. Kandughna 74. Angamardaprashamana 66. 4. Shukrashodhana 42. Kushtaghna 75. Shoolaprashamana 72. Asthapanopaga 59. Rasayana 21. 7. Vichitrapratyarabdha. Trishnanigrahana 62. Jeevaneeya 23. Shukrala 38. Sthambhana 15. Raktaprasadana 37. Keshya 28. Langhana 26. Krumighna 76. Shonithasthapana 36. Virechana 56. Anulomana 8. Karma according to ancient and modern views. Rechana 11. Snehana 52. Abhishyandhi 18. Vyavayi 19. Stanyajanana 43. Ashmaribhedhana
10. Sukrasthambhaka 41. Sukrarechaka 40. Hridya 32. Shitaprashamana 65. Shramahara 68. Jvarahara 67. Prajasthapana 35. Vishaghna 78. Dahaprashamana 64. Chhardinigrahana 63. 8. Sransana 9. Chakshushya 29. Stanyashodhana 44. Vajeekarana 22. Prabhava : Etymology and definition. Swedopaga 51. Shukrajanana 39. Balya 24. Mutravirajaniya 46. Chhedana 12. Purishavirajaniya 47. Madakari 16. Hikkanigrahana 61. Sandhaniya
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Kshara Ashtaka. time of administration (Bheshaja sevana kaal). Trimada. excipients. Brief knowledge of plant extracts. properties. Ideal drug (Prashasta bheshaja). Panchapallava. Jeevaniya gana. collection of dravya. dosha. Period of collection according to virya. Shadusana. Panchakola. Chaturajataka. Knowledge of Agraushadha Varga with example. Trinapanchamoola. Ashtavarga. preservative. Abhyasa. Ecology. Bhavaprakasha Nighantu. Chaturbeeja. vyadhi. Kaiyyadeva Nighantu.Classification of geographical area (desha) and soil (bhumi). Mutrashtaka. Description of the following classes (Gana) of Dravya depending upon their similarity. Artificial/ synthetic drugs. 13. Trikatu.
11. Vallipanchamoola.Ksheerashtaka. and effects: a) Audbhida Gana (Vegetable origin) Brihatpanchamoola. Swalpatriphala. 15. Pitta panchaka. food Colours. class. Basis and Derivation of synonyms. Mahavisha. concept of Substitution (abhavapratinidhi dravya). koshta. additives. Trijataka. deha prakriti. Nature and quality of drug to be collected (swarupa of sangrahya dravya).Lavana Panchaka. Incompatibility (knowledge of viruddhatwa). Brief information about 6 Nighantu (Dhanwantari Nighantu. Jeevaneeya panchamoola. Madanapala Nighantu. -Vegetable and Animal drugs according to part used.Part B
10. morphology. dushya. their purification. bala. Parthiva Gana (Mineral origin) . 14. action. routes of drug administration (Bheshaja prayoga marga) Prescription writing. Katuchaturjataka Panchatikta. Panchavalakala. Amlapanchaka. Brief knowledge of. Madhyamapanchamoola. Various impurities of dravya. adulterants. principles of preparation of Aushadha yoga. Chaturusana. 12. Chaturbhadra. satwa. agni.Trikarshika. Shodala Nighantu. Raja Nighantu)
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. Consideration of vaya. Jangama Gana (Animal origin). desha kaal and kalpana for deciding dosage of drugs (Matranishchiti). linga. Laghupanchamoola. Anupana vyavastha. Upavisha. Basis of nomenclature of dravya. Kantakapanchamoola. Madhuratriphala. preservation of collected dravyas. Use of different parts of medicinal plants (bheshaja prayoga. Method of collection (Sangrahana vidhi). Kshara dvaya. prayojyanga). Storehouse (bheshajagara). Triphala.
40. classification of Dravya (Gana) as described in Charak. 47. 51. 52. 64. 41. 63. Amayikaprayoga and Matra (Therapeutic administration and Dose). Regional Name. Botanical Name. Detailed knowledge of following drugs with respect to Basonym of drug. 65. 58. 32. 6. Dhatu. Ahiphena Amalaki Ardraka-sunti Ashvagandha Ativisha Bharangi Bijaka/Vijayasara Bhrungaraj Chitraka Daruharidra Draksha Eranda Guduchi Haritaki Jatamamsi Jyotishmati Kanchanara Karkatakshringi Khadira Kupilu Lavanga Madanaphala 2. remedial measures and Shodhana (as required) 1. Action on Dosha. Useful parts. 18. 55. Danti Dhataki Ela Gokshura Haridra Jambu Jeerakadvaya Kampillaka Kapikacchu Katuki Kumari Kushmanda Lodhra Maricha
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. Rasa panchaka. 66. 23. External morphology. 24. 22. 19. 48. 8.Paper II Part A
100 Marks 50 Marks
A. 62. 12. 20. 13. Therapeutic indications. 59. 28. 49. 10. 54. 26. 11.e. Habit and habitat/varieties. 39. 33. 29. 37. 21. 5. 4. 43. 35. 25. Agnimantha Apamarga Arjuna Ashvagola Bakuchi Bhallataka Bilva Bruhati Dadima Dhanyaka Durva Gambhari Guggulu Hingu Jatiphala Kalamegha Kantakari Karpura Kiratatikta Kumkum kesara Kutaja Manjishtha 3. Main Synonyms. Agaru Aragvadha Arka Asoka Baladvayam. 38. 50. 44. 61. 46. 56. Adverse effects. 14. 60. 7. 9. 45. Important phytoconstituents. 42. 53. 16. Family. Bibhitaka Brahmi Chandanadvaya. 36. 27. 31. 30. 15. 57. 17. Sushrut and Bhavaprakasha i. Name of important formulations. 34. Mala.
35. 33. 77. 90. 49. 48. 81. 52. 41. 31. 16. 43. 110. 85. Family. 89. 13. 23. Akarakarabha Amragandhiharidra Ashvatha Babbula Bhumyamalki Bola Chavya Chirbilva Darbha Gandhaprasarini Gorakshaganja Hrutpatri Irimeda Jati Kadali. Vidari 109. 25. 19.
Musta Nirgundi Pashanabheda Pippali-pippalimula Rasona Saptaparna Shalaparni Shatavari Shirisha Tila Tvak
100. 36. 29. 80. Hinstra Ingudi Japa Jeevanti Kaidarya Kakamachi Karpasa 2. 6. Vatsanabha 108. 97. Agastya Amra Aparajita Avartaki Bakula Bijapoora Changeri Champaka Dattura Dronapushpi Gojihva. Rasapanchaka and Indications 1. 21. 7. 42. Ushira 103. 99. 91. 51. 27. 38. 17. Kamala Karanja Karavira 3. 98. 5. 53. Yastimadhu
B. 10. 75. 12. 83. 73. Ajamoda Ankola Asthishrunkhala Badara Bimbi Chandrashura Chakramarda Chopachini Dhanvayasa Garjara Gunja Indravaruni Isvari Jayapala Kadamba Kankola Karira Karavellaka
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. 86. 47. 46. 74. 39. 45. 84. 72. 104. 70. 22. 34. 54. 95. 94. 37. Yavani
Musali Nimba Palandu Patola Rasna Shallaki Sariva Shankhapushpi Shigru Thalisa patra Tulasi Vacha Vata Vidanga Devadaru
69. 88. 44. 8. 14. 107. 9. 26. 79. 18. Varuna 105. 93. Parts used. 4. Brief knowledge of following drugs with respect to Sanskrit Name. 15. 96. Vasa 106. 87. 92. 40. 101. 76. 24. 30. 11. 28. Botanical Name. 71.67. 50. 82.
Markandika Nagakeshara Palasha Patala Punarnava Saireyaka Sarpagandha Shalmali Shathapushpa Shyonaka Trivrut
68. 32. 20. 78. Habit (Samanya swarupa).
88. 98. 72. 4. 70. 123. Indragopa
D. Dugdha Varga 5. 105. 104. 96. 67. 99. 87. 94. 116. 103. 109. 74. 78. 126. knowledge of guna-karma of following groups of Annapana varga:1. 79. 75. 62. 114. Vrukshamla 50 Marks
C. 77. 82. 86. 58. 83.55. 112. 61. 100. 71. 10. 6. 107. 9. 119. Madhu Varga Madya Varga
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. 108. 101. 122. 80. 125. Varahikanda Part B
128. 91. 102. 113. 66. 5. 4. 118. Varatika
12. 121. 85. 92. 106. 63. 81. Vruddadaru
129. 93. 111.
Kasha Katphala Koshataki Kusha Latakaranja Mahanimba Mayaphala Mudgaparni Nala Padmaka Parijata Parnayavani Patha Plaksha Priyangu Putranjivaka Rohitaka Sarala Shaliparni Shinsapa Surana Tailaparni Tavakshira Udumbara
56. 7. Introduction. 84. 8. 6. Jala Varga Ikshu Varga 2. Gorochana Bhunaga Shankha 3. 115. 68. 110. 76. Gandhamarjaravirya Mukta Shukti
11. 65. 120. 59. Karma and uses of following jantava dravya (drugs of animal origin). 60. Kasturi Mrigasringa Pravala Shambuka 2. 69.
Kataka Kitmari Kumuda Langali Madayantika Mashaparni Meshashrungi Nagabala Nili Parasika yavani Parnabija Patalagarudi Pilu Prishniparni Putiha Rajika/Sarshapa Saptachakra Shatahwa Sharapunkha Sringataka Tagara Taruni Upakunchika Vata
127. 1. 90. 73. 64.
Kasni Kharjura Kokilaksha Lajjalu Latakasturi Mandukaparni Methika Mulaka Narikela Parushaka Parisha Parpataka Patranga Priyala Puga Pushkaramoola Shala Sarja Shati Snuhi Svarnakshiri Talmuli Tuvaraka Vamsha
57. 97. 124. 117. 95. 89. Taila Varga 3. Introduction. Guna.
Definition & scope of Pharmacology and Principles of general Pharmacology. Antimalarial. Antibiotics. Nagapuspa. Shaka Varga
9. Concept based clinical study on single drugs (Minimum 5 from detailed and non-detailed list of drugs) in patients. Detailed knowledge of identification of following drugs: (i) Kanda (stem) . Antianginal. Guggulu.Anaesthetics. Mutra Varga 10. Digestants.
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.Japa (iv) Phala (fruit) . Antihistamins. Lithotriptic.Kapikacchu.Water imbalance and IV fluids. Laxatives. Simbidhanya Varga 12. Diuretic.Hingu. Haemopoetic. 3. Compilation of a drug not less than 25 pages 4.Aswagandha (viii) Niryasa (exudate) . PRACTICAL Content of Practical 1. Antithyroid.Arjuna. Bronchodialators.Ghrita 2. Antiemetic. Minerals. Expectorants. Antiepileptics. Brief knowledge about WHOs “Essential Drug List” G. Antimicrobial. Galactagogues. Collection of minimum 50 herbarium specimen from field visit. Conservation of Medicinal plants and information about endangered species. (vii) Moola(Root). Kritannavarga (Processed food)
E. Lavana Varga
8. Styptics. Brief knowledge of Cultivation.Lavanga. antirabbies serum. Antifilarial. Antiinflammatory. CNS depressants.Pippali. Hepatoprotective.Mocharasa (ix) Jangama dravya (animal origin) . Antidiabetic. Coagulants. Antihypertensive. Vidanga (vi) Twak (bark) –Kutaja.7. Tranquilisers. Phala Varga 13. drugs in ophthalmic practice. Introduction. Contraceptives. antivenom. Antiulcer. Antifungal. Mamsa Varga
14. Anthelmentic. Antipyretics. Hormonal therapy. Madanaphala.Swarnapatri. Sedatives. Antacids.Punarnava. Hypnotics. Amoebicidal. Antidiarrhoeals.Vitamins.Madhu.Guduchi (ii) Patra (leaves) . Local anti septics. Antiplatelet. Vasa . Vaccines. Aerosols/ Inhalants. Anti cancer drugs and immunomodulators etc. Antidiuretic.Vidanga (v) Beeja (seeds) – Eranda.Kumari (iii) Pushpa (flower and Parts of flower). Antiobesity. Hypolipidaemic. Sukadhanya Varga 11. Carminatives. Brief Knowledge of following . Oxytocic. Analgesics. F.
22. Herbarium 3. Shiv Kumar Vyas Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Dr.P. 17. Krishna Chandra Chunekar
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. Alakhnarayan Singh Dr. 3.D. 1-5) Dravyaguna Shastram Dravyaguna Vigyana Dravyaguna Vigyana basic Principles Forgotten Healers (Indian Medicinal Plants) Glossary of Vegetable Drugs in Brihatrayee
Vd. Thakur Prof. 2. 1-2) Dravyaguna Vigyana Dravyaguna Vigyana (Vol.A. Shreekanthamurthy With Vd. 5. Drug identification 6. Prakash Paranjape Thakur Balwant Singh & Vd. 4. Gogate Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Vaidya G.J.M. 14. Krishna Chandra Chunekar commentary Mahendra Kumar Shastri Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Vd. Gyanendra Pandey Acharya Yadavji Tikram Ji Dr.Lucas Dr. Vishvanatha Dwidevi Acharya V. Bapa Lal Vd. 21. Phadake Dr. Roop Lal Vaishya Acharya Pt. A. 16.Distribution of Marks 1. 8. Pharmacognosy record in Laboratory 5. 19. K.1-2) Aushadna Vigyana Shastra Ayurvediya Aushadkarma vigyana Bedi Vanaspati Kosha Bhaishajyaguna Vigyana Bhav Prakash Nigantu (English) Bhav Prakash Nighantu Bhrihad dravyagunadarshana Classical Uses of Medicinal Plants Controversial Medicinal Plants Dalhana Ka Dravyaguna Shastra Ke Kshetra Me Yogadana Dravyaguna Kosha Dravyaguna Sutram Dravyaguna Vigyana Dravyaguna Vigyana(Vol. 20. 11. Deshpande Prof.S. Single drug therapy 4. 7. 9.
Abhinav Buti Darpan (Vol. 13. 12. 15. R. V. Oral/(Viva-Voce) Total Mark 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 80 Marks 80 Marks 200 Makrs
1. 6. Ramesh Bedi Dr. Compilation/Essay 2. G. 18. 10.
27. Bapa Lal Goodman & Gillman Satoskar Bhandarkar & Ainapure Dr. 28. 1-2) Pharmacological basis of Medical Practice Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics Prayogatamaka Dravyaguna Vigyana Priya nighantu Raspanchaka/Dravyaguna Siddhanta System of Plant Nomenclature in Ayurveda Text Book of Pharmacognosy Textbook of Dravyaguna Unani Dravyaguna Vigyana Uttarakand Ki Vanaspatiya Vanoaushadi Darshika Vanoaushadi Nidarshika Vedic Vanaspatiyan Dravyaguna Vigyana (Vol I-II) Useful parts of Charak.
Introduction to Dravyaguna Kriyatamaka Aushadi Parichaya Materia Medica Nighantu Adarsh (Vol. 24. 31. 26. 34. Lucas. Ram Sushil Singh Dr. 29. Shivcharan Dhyani Dr. 32.
Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Acharya Pt.K. Gyanendra Panday Trees & Valis Dr. 41. and Vagbhata. 30.
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. S. 37. Vishvanath Dwidevi Acharya Ghosh Vd.Nishteswar Hakim Daljeet Singh Dr. 40. 38. 33. Maya Ram Uniyal Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Prof.23. Dinesh Chandra Sharma Prof. 36. 25. 39. Sushurut. 35. Gyanendra Pandey Thakur Balwant Singh Dr. D.
Vidhyadhara Yantra & Tiryak Patana Yantra. 3. Niruttha. Valuka Yantra. Urdhwa Patan. Brief description of Yantras and their application Ulukhala Yantra. 4. Marana. Panchamrita.2. Jarana. History of Rasa Shastra. Khalwa Yantra. Malla/ Pakwa musha.4 RASA SHASTRA AND BHAISHAJYA KALPANA
Theory Two Papers– 100 Marks Each Practical/Viva voce – 100 Marks Lectures . Swedana Yantra. Rasa Shala. Satwa Patana. Mahamusha. Definition and etymology of Rasa. Dhalana. Yoga musha. Shweta varga. Palika Yantra. Patana Yantra. Puta Yantra. 5. 2. Jarnarth Tula Yantra. Rakta varga. Concept of Rasa Darshan. Concept of Rasa-Rasayana. Bhavana. Madhuratraya. Vrintak Musha. Shuddhavarta. Varitara. Dravakagana. Murchana. Lohitikarana. Ksharashtaka. Gostanimusha. concept of Rasa Mandap. Dola Yantra. Beejavarta. Kshiratraya. Kachchhapa Yantra.180 Practicals and Demonstration – 90
Paper 1 Rasa-Shastra Part A
1. Brief Description and Application of Technical terminologies (Paribhasha prakarana) : Avapa. Lavanapanchaka. Amrutikaran. Mitra panchaka. Brief description & application of Musha (Crucible) : Samanya Musha. Shodhana. Rudra bhaga and Dhanvantari bhaga. Apunarbhava. Vajramusha. Patala Yantra. Panchamrittika. Different types of crucibles. Mruta Loha. Nirvapa. Addh Patan. Electronic & Scientific weighing balance. Druti.
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.Damaru Yantra. Sthali Yantra. Importance of Rasaushadhi. Dravya Varga : Amlavarga. Bhudhara Yantra. Rekhapurna. Panchagavya.
Naisargika. Gajaputa.g. Sasyaka. Sootshekhar rasa. Manahshila.Manikya (Ruby). Ratna . Lawakaputa. marana and other processing techniques. Giri Sindura. Mriddara shringa.Hemagarbha pottali. Preparation of Kajjali. Brief description & applications of Koshti : Satwapatan Koshthi. Definition and Types of Puta : Surya puta. Chandra puta. therapeutic uses of commonly used single and compound formulations of dravya classified as under 1. Kukkutaputa.Swarna (Gold). Types of Rasaushadhi. Murchhana and Jarana of Parada. Khalvi rasa e.Abhraka. Patala Kosthi. Naga (Lead). Minerological identification. Applications of Electric muffle furnace and fuel (diesel) dependent furnace. Occurrence. Mahaputa. Chullika. Rajata (Silver).Kamsya (Bronze). Sameerapannaga Rasa. Pottali kalpa . Hot plate and Heating mantle. Rasa sindhura.6. Haratala. Gauri pashana. Kapota puta. Aupadhika (Kanchuka) etc. Kasisa. Anjana and Kankustha Sadharana Rasa . Tarkshya (Emerald). Shilajatu. Yashada (Zinc). Gas stove. Pushaparaga (Topaz). Tamra Parpati. Agnijara & Hingula. Parada Dosha and characteristics of Grahya-Agrahya Parada. Nilam (Sapphire). Vimala. 7. Properties. Parpati kalpa. natural and artificial sources of Parada.Rasa karpura. Kankshi. Vajra (Diamond). 2. Part B 50 Marks
Occurrence. Yougika. Pittala (Brass) and Vartha Loha (Bell Metal). Varahaputa. Laghu Puta. Samanya and Vishesha Shodhana of Parada.Gandhaka. Kupipakva Rasa. Natural and artificial sources. Uparasa .
9. Pravala (Coral). dose. Bhudharaputa.Kampillaka. Balukaputa. Gairika. shodhana. Tribhuvana keerthi rasa. 3. Makshika. Hingulottha parada. Mishra lauha. Paradagati and Rasabandha. Gagan Parpati. Types of Rasa. Angarakoshthi and knowledge of various heating appliances viz. Vaidurya (Cats eye)
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. Synonyms. Gara Koshthi. Gomeda (Zircon or Cinnamone stone). Knowledge of Parada : Synonyms. Kaparda.Vanga (Tin). Vaikrantha. Mukta (Pearl). Maharasa . Tamra (Copper). Parada astasamskara. Dhatu Shuddha lauha. Baluka Puta. Govara puta. Chapala and Rasaka. Kumbhaputa. Rasa parpati. Navasadara. 8. Loha (Iron) and Mandura Putilauha . 10. TypesGrahya and Agrahyata.
Badarashma (Silicate of Lime). Karpura Rasa. Dugdhapashana (Talc). synonyms. Vyomashma. Arka. Mayurpiccha. Vasanta Kusumakara. 7. Kshara varga .
9. Jayapala. Rajavarta (Lapis Lazuli). Sudha varga – Sudha (Lime). Navayasa Loha. Rudhir. collection and storage. 5. uses. Karaveera Ahiphena and Chitrakmool. Suryakanta (Sun stone). Miscellaneous . knowledge about Pharamcovigilance of Ayurvedic drugs. Brief knowledge of Standardization of Rasaushadhi. Shila rasa. Sange Yeshab (Jade). Vatvidhvamsan Rasa. 6. Hemagarbhapottali. Trinakanta (Amber). 8. Maducchishta. Godanti (Gypsum) and Samudraphena (Cattle Fish bone). Abresham. Bhallataka.Arogya Vardhini Gutika. 4. antidote. Chandraprabha Gutika. Kumara Kalyana Rasa. Makaradhwaja. Anandbhairava Rasa. Swarnavanga. Chandramrita Rasa. Brihat Vata Chintamani Rasa. Dhattura Beej. Shankha vati. Kukkutand twak (Hen’s Egg Shell).Uparatna. Aushadhi Yoga Gyanam. Kuchala. Shwaskuthara Rasa.Vatsanabha. Siktha varga.Introduction. Nagapashana/ Jaharmohara (Serpentine).
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. Krishna Bola. Kasturi. shodhana. and Palanka. Sukti (Oyster Shell) . Laxmi Vilas Rasa. Pratapalankeshwara Rasa. Gandhamarja Virya.Sarja kshara (Sodium bicarbonate). Surya Kshara (Potassium Nitrate). Putika. Khatika. Bhang. Kaparda (Cowries). Yogendra Rasa. therapeutic and toxic doses and formulations of following Visha and Upavisha. Kasturi Bhairava Rasa. Kamadudha Rasa. Hridyarnava Rasa . Mriga shringa (Stag horn). Concept of pharamcovigilance and its status in India. Saptamrita Loha.Siktha (Silica).Bola. Visha and Upavisha. Sarjarasa. Garbhapala Rasa. Gunja. Ramabana Rasa. Laghusutshekhar Rasa. Langali. Putapakwavaisham Jwarantaka Loha. Vatakulantaka Rasa. Kousheyashm (Asbestos) and Akika (Agate). Chandrakanta (Moon stone). 10.Vasantamalati Rasa. Parojaka (Turquaise). Beeja Bola. Snuhi. Gandhabiroja. Pravala Panchamrita Rasa. Tankana kshara (Borax). Bhoonag. Yava kshara. Rajmriganka. classification. Damool Akhawan (Khoon Kharabha Rakta Bandhini). Hinguleswara Rasa. Ayaskriti evum Loha Rasayana. Shankh (Conch Shell). Sphatikamani. 11. Kamch (Glass).Vaikranta (Tourmaline).
Sadharana rasa varga Shodhana of Hingula Sodhana of Navasadar Shodhana of Kapardika 5. Sudha Varga Shodhana of Shankha Shodhana of Shukti Shodhana of Pravala mula Shodhana of Godanti 6. Uparasa varga Shodhana of Gandhaka Shodhana of Gairika Shodhana of Kasisa Shodhana of Kankshi Shodhana of Haratala Rasa manikya nirman Shodana of Manashila 4. Rasa [ Parada] Hingulotta Parada (Nishkasan) Shodhana of Parada Kajjali preparation Mugdha rasa 2. Maharasa varga Shodhana of Abhraka Dhanyabhraka nirmana Shodhana of Makshika Shodhana of Vimala Shodhana of Shilajatu Shodhana of Sasyaka. Dhatu varga Shodhana of Lauha Shodhana of Mandura Shodhana of Tamra Shodhana of Naga Shodhana of Vanga Shodhana of Yashada
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./ Tuttha 3.Practical Rasashastra Minimum Fifty practicals to be performed 1.
Kshara Varga Parpati Visha varga
Shodhana of Tankana Preparation of Rasaparpati.
PRACTICAL FOR DEMONSTRATION 1. Bhallataka. Jayapala. 9. Chitrakamoola. Dhattura beeja. 4. Bhasma Abhraka bhasma Swarna makshika bhasma Tamra bhasma Vanga bhasma. Saptamrutha lauha Navayas lauha Chandanadi Louha Sarvajwarhara Louha Agnitundi vati Tribhuvana Kirti Rasa Punarnava Mandura Sootshekhara Rasa Arogyavardhini vati Laghusutashekhara Rasa Laghumalini Vasanta Rasa Sameer Pannaga Rasa
3. Preparation of Swetaparpati Shodhana of Vatsanabha. Swarna Vanga. Bola Parpati. Kupilu.
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. Mandura bhasma Kasisa bhasma Shankha bhasma Kapardika bhasma.7. Godanti Bhasma Kukkutanda Twak Bhasma Pravala pishti Jaharmohara / Akika pishti Trina kantha mani pishti Mukta pishti Gandhaka druti Rasasindura. Gunja. 8.
Lasunadi vati. Polishing pan.Disintegrator. Kutaja Ghana vati. doses and detailed description of uses and Anupana of following Yoga Ardraka swarasa. Aushada nirmana shala according to directions mentioned in Aushadha evum Prasadhana Adhiniyama (Drug and Cosmetic act 1940 and Rules 1945). Arka lavana. Hima. Examination methods. Aushadha siddha paniya. Strip packing machine. Triphala masi. Amruta satva. 7. Sanjivani Vati.. Micropulveriser. Phanta. Comparative study of ”Mana” (measurements) as per Ancient and Metric system of measurements. Phanita. Shadanga paniya. Nimba kalka. Introduction and general knowledge of useful instruments. Chandrika. Guduchi Ghana. Guggulu kalpana. Sitopaladi Churna. Pouch packing machine. Yogaraj Guggulu. Panch Kashaya Yonayah.Pancha vidha kashaya kalpana : Swarasa. Sarkara. 6. Method of preparation of Tablets and Capsule. Bhaskaralavan churna. Modaka. Chincha panaka. History and Chronological (kramika vikasa) development of Bhaishjyakalpana. Phala varti. Kaishora Guggulu. Ball mill. Concept of stability and shelf life in contemporary science. Derivation. Mixer. Chitrakadi Gutika. Narikela lavana. Ushnodaka. Grahyatva and Agrahyatva of plant material. Rasona kalka. Lavana kalpana. Rules of taking fresh and dry drugs. Laksha rasa kalpana. Pinda. 2. Ajamoda arka. Chandan panaka. 8. Ghana. Sarivadi hima. Yavanyarka. Rasna saptaka kwatha. Syrups. Kalka. Pill cutter.
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.Bhaishajya Kalpana Paper II Part A 100 Marks 50 Marks
1. Rasakriya. Vasavaleha. Kshara kalpana and Kshara sutra. Concept of Aushadha and Bheshaja. Satva. Ksheerapaka. Definition. Ardraka satva. Gutika. Fundamental principles of Bhaishajya Kalpana. Edge Runner. Punarnavasthaka kwatha. Tulasi swarasa. Panaka. Simhanad Guggulu. Mustadi Pramathya. Hingwashtaka Churna . Sieve-Shaker. Lavangadivati. Rasona ksheerapaka. Tandulodaka. 4. Pill making machine. Anupana and Aushadh sevan kaala. Masi kalpana. Vataka. Banapsha sharkara. storage and preservation methods of different Aushadhi dravyas. Kwatha. Vatika. Chandrodaya varthi. Panchakola phanta. Pramathya. Chyavanaprashavaleha. Churna. Darvi Rasakriya. Grinder. 3. Haridra khanda. Dhanyaka hima. Pulveriser. Prasha. Soubhagya shunthi paka. Preservation and Saviryata avadhi (potency period) of different Aushadhi kalpana. Gudapaka. Vyaghri-Haritaki avaleha. Kashaya yoni. Introduction. Mantha. Avaleha. Collection. End Runner. Nimbu sarkara. Manibadra avaleha. Narikela khanda. 5. Triphala Guggulu. Arka. Vasa putapaka swarasa. Varti. Preparation methods. Kharjuradi mantha. Aushadha Matra. Tablet making machine. Eladi vati. Granulator. Arjuna ksheerapaka.
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. 12. dose. 5. Anjana –Pindi. 6. Kutajarishta.Varuni . doses and mode of administration of Arjunarishta . Dhupan. Anna. Lotions.Sura (Prasanna .Medaka . Mansa rasa. Properties and therapeutic uses of Navana. Malahara – sarjaras Malahar. its methods of preparation and mode of application.Souvira kalpana their methods of preparation.Dashamûlarishta. Yavagu.Vrana. Pathya Kalpana : Concept of Pathya Apathya. 10. 8. Brief introduction of Drug and Cosmetics Act 1940 and Rules 1945. Shidhu . Snehapaka kaala. Odan. Shatadhouta and Sahastradhouta Ghrita. Chandanasava. Method of preparation. 7.Classification of Nasya. 3. Krishara. Creams. Upanaha. Sukta . shampoos. Types of Basti. Netrakalpa (Opthalmic preparations) – Seka. Siddha Sandhana Lakshana. Kumaryasava. 4. Pratisaran.Bukkasa) Maireya . use of ghrita and taila. Udasvita. Dhumapana kalpana-Classification. Khad Yusha Kamblika. Dhuma and Pratimarsha nasya.Jagala .Bramhighrita-Narayana taila Panchaguna taila.Kavala . Shadav. Sandhana Kalpana and its types : Madya. Kulattha Yusha. properties and therapeutic uses of Gandoosha . Bhakta. sneha paka vidhi. Manda.Lepa -Types of Lepas. Chhachika. Nasya Kalpana . Bahya Kalpana (Formulations used for External Applications).PART B 1. Drava. Arvindasava. Ashchyotana Vidalaka . Therapeutic properties and uses of Basti kalpana. Avapidana. Arsha and Karna dhupan.Shukta – Kanjika.Method of preparation. Mukha kalpana . Preparation. Brief introduction of Ointments. properties and therapeutic uses of Dhumapana. Liniments. Yoni. properties. Basti kalpana. Gels. 11. Vesavar. Brief knowledge of Standardization of Ayurvedic formulations. Gandhak Malahar. Tooth paste.Takrarishta .Asava .Kadambari . sneha siddhi lakshana. Method of preparation of Basti yantra and Basti dravya. Types of sneha. Udvartan and Avachurnan Method of preparation of Siktha Taila. Mathita.Ashokarishta.Classification.Tarpana . Atasi upanah. Raga. Yush. Katvar. soaps. Sneha kalpana : Sneha yoni. uses and mode of administration. Dhmapana. Tushodaka. snehapaka prakara and their use.Manjana (tooth powder).Surasava . 2. Draksharishta. sneha murchana vidhi. Peya. doses. Method of preparation. Vilepi. Preparation and uses of Jatyadi Ghrita.Putapaka etc.Arishta . Dadhi and Takra Varga – Takra.
32. 3. katvar. Dashanga lepa. Nimbu sarkara. Hima. 35.Haridra khanda.Kharjuradi mantha Aushadh siddha paniya.Tandulodaka Upanaha. Khanda. 22.Atasi Upanaha Bahya kalpana. Vriddha daru beeja Kritrima Lavan nirman – Vida Lavan. Rasna Sapthaka kwatha. Mamsarasa. 13. Sarivadi hima Phanta. Takrarishta Asava . 23.Mustadi pramathya Mantha. Narikela lavana Masi.Yastimadhu Phanta. Sowbhagya shunti paka Satva. 6. Vilepi.Phala varti. Ksheerabala taila. Churna.Amruta satva.Banapsha sharkara. Vasavaleha. 1.Dhanyaka hima.Kumaryasava. Arshogna dhupa Modaka.Guggulu. Manibadra avaleha. Kumari Swarasa.Shadanga paniya Laksha Rasa Arka . Gulab arka. Mathita.Apamarga kshara. Rasa kriya . Laja manda Peya. Dadhi Aristha. Snuhi kshara.Ghrita Murchana. Chhacchika. 31. Kulattha yusha Takra varga – Takra. Narikela khanda. 39. 12. Jayapala taila patana Dhupa. 16. 19. 24. 2. Vyaghri Haritaki avaleha. 7. 36. 33. Kulattha kwath.Darvi Rasakriya.Ardraka swarasa. 34.Talisadi modaka. 8.Chincha panaka. Guduchi Ghana. Yavagu. ksheerashatphala ghritaTaila kalpana-Panchaguna taila. Chitrak mool.Nimba kalka. 20. Misreya arka Panaka. Avaleha. Saptamushtika yusha.
Formulations.Chitrakadi Gutika. Arka taila. Sanjivani Vati Guggulu-Triphala Guggulu.Chyavanaprashavaleha. 9. 14. 17.Kanji Udaka. 40. Taila Moorchhana. Pramathya. 10.Practical Bhaisajya Kalpana Following practicals to be performedI.Dashanga dhupa.Mudga yusha. 41. 29.Method of preparation. Chandrodaya varthi Lavana. Udasvita. Rasona kalka. Sikta taila nirmana. Doshagna lepa. 21.Panchakola phanta. Triphala. 15. Vesavara Yusha . Manda – Ashtaguna manda. Kaishora Guggulu. Hinguwashtaka Churna Gutika. Krishra. Anu taila Taila patana. Vasa putapaka swarasa Kalka.Kutajarishta. Souvarchala lavan
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37. Chandan panaka. Kwatha. Sharkara.Arka lavana. Ardraka satva Varti.Arjuna ksheerapaka. Gandaka malahara. 26. 30. Ksharasutra. 27.Punarnavasthaka kwatha. Kutaja Ghana .Triphala masi Ksheerapaka. 11. therapeutic uses..Yavani arka. Kanakasava Sukta kalpana. 18. Tulasi swarasa. Laksharasa Sneha Kalpana Sneha Murchhana. Rasona ksheerapaka Kshara. 25.Sitopaladi Churna. Hingu. dose and anupana of the following Swarasa. Ghrita kalpanaJatyadi.Bhallataka taila patana. 4. Abhayadi Shodana.Sarjarasa malahara. 38. 5.
Madhulika critical study Vasudev M. 2. Srivastava. Tryambak Nath Sharma Dattattreya Ananta Kulkarni Krit Hindi Vyakhya. Dwivedi Acharya VishwanathDwivdei Dr. Yadav and Prof. Sanjay Sharma Rameshwar Dayal Bajpai Prof. 2. 9. Indradev Tripathi
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10 Marks 30 Marks 20 Marks 40 Marks 100 Marks
23. Adyatan Rasa Shastra Abhinav Rasa Shastra Asava Arishta Vigyanam Ayurvediya Rasa Shastra (Sachitra) Ayurvediya Rasa Shastra Rasa Bhaishajya Paribhasa Ayurvediya Rasa Shastra Ayurved Prakash Drugs and Cosmetic Act Paka Darpana The Paka-darpana of King Nala Parada Vigyaniyam Pratyaksha Aushadh Nirmanam Bhaishjyakalpana Vigyanam Rasa Tarangini Rasa Darpan Rasa Bindu Rasa Hridaya Tantra (Hindi) Rasa Hridaya Tantra (English) Rasa Bhaishajya Kalpana Vigyan Rasa Mitra Rasa Ratna Samuchchaya R. 22. Distribution of Marks 1. 27. Harishankar Sharma Vaidya Santosh Kumar Khandal Dr. 21. Rasamritam 25. 11. 13. Bhajan Das Swami Dr. 15. 6.Visit of minimum three GMP approved Ayurvedic manufacturing units. Indradev Tripathi Dr. 5. 18. 8. 12. Record Book Experiment Spotting Viva-voce Reference Books 1.II. 10. 14. 3. Ambikadatta Shastri Sadanand Sharma Prof. Pakshdhar Jha Chandrabhusan Jha Badrinarayan Pandey Sureshananda Thapaliyal Prof. Rasayan Sara 26. 4. 4. 20.K. Rasa Shastra Prayogiki 24. Rasendra Sampradaya Rasendra Sara Sangraha Rasendra Sara Sangraha Vaidyak Paribhasha Pradeep (Hindi)
. Ramesh Saxena Vaidya Yadavji Tirkramji Acharya Vaidya Shyam Sunderacharya Vaishya Vaidya Hajari Lal Sukul Vaidya Gopal Krishna Vaidya Satyarth Prakash Dr. 28. 19. 17. 29. 16. Siddhi Nandan Mishra Vaidya Gujrat Mishra Dr. 3. Goyal Vaidya Somadev Sharma Dr. 7.
30. 37. Damodar Joshi Prof.
Sharangdhar Samhita Bharatiya Bhaishajya Kalpana Vigyana Bhaishajya Kalpana Vijnanam Rasa Shastra (English) Rasa Ratna Samuchchaya (English) Rasendra Chintamani Useful parts of Charaka. Ramachndra Reddy Dr. 31. Suresh
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. K Ramachandra Reddy. 42. of India.
Part I and II
Siddhi Nandan Mishra Dr. 34. Damodar Joshi Publication of Govt. K. Dr. P. 35. 33. Gananath Dwivedi Dr. Sushruta and Vagbhata Ayurvedic formulary of India Pharmacopic standards for Ayurvedic formulation published by CCRAS Bhaishjya Kalpana Vigyan Textbook of Rasashasra Ashadhayoga Vigyanam Vaidyaka Paribhasha Pradipa
Dr. K Ramachandra Reddy. 38. 32. Prof. Avadh Bihari Agnihotri Vishwanath. K. Ramachandra reddy (Enlgish Translation) Dr. 41. 36. 40. 39.
Bija Bhaga and Bija Bhaga Avayava Dushti. 5. Basic knowledge of Hereditary.180 Practicals – 90 Paper I Part A I. Definition and classification of Vyadhikshamatva. 4. Asatmya and Viruddha ahara. 2. 12. Indriya Pradoshaja Vikara. 11.2. Vyadhisankara. Samanyaja and Nanatmaja Vikara. 2.
Vyadhi Vigyanam Definition. Nidanarthakara Vyadhi. 3. Concept of Ashta Mahagada and introduction to Ashta Nindita. Dushya Lakshana. Traumatic and Environmental disorders. 8. 3. Dhatu Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana and Pradoshaja Vikara Upadhatu Pradoshaja Vikara. Congenital. diagnosis and general complications of Avarana Dosha gati. Sharirika. Bija.Oja and Vyadhi kshamatva. Bheda and Lakshana of Agni Dushti. 6. Dosha Dhatu Ashraya Ashrayee Bhava. 1. Vikriti Vigyan of Pancha vidha Dosha Bheda. 1. 100 Marks 50 Marks
Dosha Dooshyadi Vigyanam Definition and importance of Roganidana Samanya Nidana and Samanya Lakshana of Dosha Prakopa and Dosha Kshaya. Concept. Acquired. Lingasankara. Detailed study of Srotomoola and Srotodushti Samanya and Vishishta Hetu Lakshana and Viddha Lakshana of all Srotas. Introduction to ICD Classification of Diseases of WHO and DSM classification. 6. 9.5 ROGA VIGYAN EVUM VIKRITI VIGYAN Theory Two Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical/Viva voce – 100 Marks Lectures .
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. Differences between Sroto Dushti and Kha Vaigunya. Hetu Sankara. 4. Mala Kshaya Vriddhi Lakshana and Pradoshaja Vikara. 10. Importance and knowledge of Rogamarga. classification. 13. 11. 8. 9. synonyms and classification of Vyadhi Criteria for nomenclature of Diseases in Ayurveda (Vyadhinamakarana). Multifactorial. 7. Ojas – types of Ojo Dosha / Vikriti. Dosha Paka and Dhatu Paka Lakshana. Concept of Satmya .
II. 15. 10. Hetu. Definitions and Samanya Lakshana of Ama Sama and nirama Dosha. Manasika and Agantuja Vyadhi 7. 14. 5.
6.Viman IV) Pariksha Vigyanam Importance and knowledge of Aptopadeshadi.difference between benign and malignant tumors. Sadhyasadhyatwa – Types. 4.
Basic Pathology Introduction to pathology and its sub-divisions. Upashaya – Definition. Importance of Nidan Panchaka. 5. Hetu . 1. Synonyms. Chaturvidha. Definition and brief description of oedema – shock – haemorrhage. USG and Radio imaging. Samprapti – Definition.
Nidana Panchaka Vigyanam Difference between Roga and Rogi Pariksha. Acquired immune deficiency disease and hypersensitivity Nomenclature and classification of tumors . clinical examination and knowledge of Ancillary investigations. 14. 4. Introduction to Nutritional disorders – disorders of macro and micro nutrients. Importance and Knowledge of Dashavidha Pariksha. Difference between Vyadhi and Lakshana. 3. Introduction to Cell Injury and Cellular adaptations Definition and brief description of inflammation – Healing/repair. Synonyms and Classification. 11.Definition. 2. 4. 2. Types and its importance. Basic Knowledge of Laboratory Investigations pertaining to Metabolic and Endocrine disorders. Ischemia and Infarction. 5.III. Importance and methods of history taking. 9. 6. Purva Rupa – Definition. Importance and Knowledge of Karanadi Dashavidha Parikshya Bhava. Upadrava Arishta Vigyan – Definition. Introduction to infectious diseases Introduction and classification of microorganisms such as virus-bacteria-fungus. 7. 2. 8. 1. 10. Shat Kriyakaala.
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. Types and its importance in diagnosis. Rupa . 3. Relationship between Nidana Panchaka and Shat Kriyakaala. V 1. Importance and Knowledge of Ashtasthana Pariksha. Synonyms and Types Samprapti Ghataka. Samanya and Pratyatma Lakshana. Basic Knowledge of tools for Avayavika Pariksha . 5. their parameters and importance.ECG. 3. Darshanadi Trividha. Synonyms. and Shadvidha Pariksha. 8. 12. 13. Immunity – types – different types of immune responses in the body – Basic knowledge of auto immune diseases.Definition. 7. 7. Samanya and Vishistha Purva rupa. 50 Marks
Part B IV. Thrombosis and embolism. General diagnostic principles of Anukta Vyadhi (Cha . 6.
II. Diseases of Mamsavaha srotas a) Introduction to Granthi. iii) Pandu. Charakokta Sannipata Jwara. Diseases of Rasavaha Srotas i) Jwara (Jwarabheda. Ischaemic Heart Disease. Hridroga. Shotha iv) Introduction to Anaemia & its Classification. Introduction to the Aetiopathogenesis of Malaria. Myocardial Infarction Diseases of Raktavaha Srotas i) Kamala . Amavata. Punaravartaka Jwara.Ardita . Leukaemia.Shitapitta – Maha Kushta – Visarpa – Shwitra and Introduction to Kshudra Kushta ii) Introduction to Hepatomegaly. Avabahuka.Ama. V. Thalessemia. 5) Introduction to Parkinson’s disease. Dengue fever. Ankylosing Spondylitis
VI. ii) General mechanism of Fever. Spleenomegaly.Pakshaghata – Gridhrasi – Viswachi. Osteomyelitis.Apatanaka . Diseases of Asthi . Manyasthambha – Katigraha.Arthritis. Pachyamana and Nirama Jwara.Karshya – Prameha i) Introduction to Obesity and Diabetes Mellitus. Typhoid. Lumbago. Arbuda and Arsha. Eczema. Bell’s Palsy. Sickle cell Anaemia. Agantuka jwara. 2) Introduction to male and female infertility. Diseases of Medovaha srotas Sthoulya .Majjavaha srotas 1) Sandhigatavata. influenza and Chikungunya. Introduction to Asthi-majjaparipaka.Sciatica syndrome. iii) Introduction to Urticaria.
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.Raktapitta .Vatarakta .Paper II Part A
100 Marks 50 Marks
Systematic study of Nidana Panchaka of following diseases (Including Upadrava. 3) Vatavyadhi 4) Akshepaka .Psoriasis. Osteoporosis. Hypertension. Asthigata Vidradhi 2) Introduction to Osteo. Arishta and Sadhyasadhyata) I. Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rheumatic fever. Dhatugata Jwara. IV. Angina. Diseases of Sukravaha srotas 1) Introduction to Klaibya and Vandhyatva. Vishama Jwara. Stroke.
Grahani –Gulma.Ajirna .Visuchika .
XII. Alasaka. Diseases of Swedavaha srotas 1) Introduction to Khalitya.Pureeshavaha Srotas 1) Agnimandya . Personality disorders. Upasargajanya Vyadhi (Communicable diseases) 1) Romantika – Masurika – Upadamsha – Phiranga. Diarrhoea. 2) Introduction to Urinary Tract Infection. Apasmara. Irritable Bowel Syndrome.Parinama Shoola – Annadrava Shoola. Nephropathies and Renal failure. Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome. Atatwabhinivesha 2) Introduction to Depression. Vilambika 3) Introduction to Peptic Ulcer. 1) 2) 3) Krimi Vigyanam Definition. Dysentry.Chhardi . Anidra. XIV. Snayuka. Diseases of Manovaha Srotas/ Sanjnavaha Srotas 1) Introduction to Vishada.Shwasa . Atopa. Phobia. Sanyasa. Amlapitta. Shleepada. Diseases of Annavaha. Diseases of Mutravaha srotas 1) Mutrakrichha – Mutraghata. Anxiety neurosis.
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. Unmada. Urolithiasis. Bhrama. Daha. Bronchitis. Diseases of Pranavaha srotas 1) Kasa . Diseases of Udakavaha Srotas 1) Introduction to Trishna.Hikka – Urahkshata – Shosha – Rajayakshma. Adhmana. Pleural effusion. Mada. Introduction of Filariasis and classification of common parasites.Udara Roga – Atisara . Tuberculosis and AIDS.Aruchi.
XIII. Bronchiectasis. VIII.Pravahika 2) Introduction to Anaha. Bronchial Asthma.Part B
VII. IX. Constipation.Shoola . 2) Introduction to Leprosy . 2) Introduction to the aetiopathogenesis of Pneumonia. 2) Introduction to water and electrolyte imbalance disorders X. Murchha.
XI. classification of Krimi and features of Krimiroga. Udvega. Bhaya. Palitya and Cosmetology.
Sama-Nirama Pariksha 3) Microscopic examination of ova & cyst etc. Malaria. Chemical and Microscopic Examination of the sputum. Leukemia.
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. Rh typing (Rhesus system) Urine Examination 1) Ayurveda anusara mutra pariksha. 6) Peripheral blood film examination in Anemia. Bile pigment 4) Microscopic Examination Stool Examination 1) Ayurveda anusara purisha pariksha 2) Physical examination . Haematology 1) Hb% estimation. solutions reagents and safety procedures. Demonstration of Sero-immunological Investigations: RA and Widal.WBC.PRACTICAL Content of Laboratory Practical i Fundamental Principles of Laboratory Tests Introduction to laboratory. RBC. Sterilization.Volume. sperms. Demonstration of different staining techniques in microbiology.MCV. 8) Introduction to rapid diagnostics of hematology. Demonstration of Aspiration techniques. 9) Screening test for bleeding disorders. Filaria (Demonstration) 7) ESR.Proteins. 2) Physical Examination . Serum Creatinine. 3) Sample collection and Demonstration of AFB. Glucose. Semen examination 1) Ayurvediya anusara Retas pariksha. Reaction (PH) & Specific Gravity 3) Chemical Examination for . MCH. 2) Semen examination & Demonstration of semen.bleeding time (BT). MCHC 5) Peripheral blood smear. Phosphate. platelets 3) Hematocrit /Packed cell volume (PCV) 4) Erythrocyte indices . 4) Occult Blood Test Sputum Examination 1) Ayurveda anusara sthivana pariksha.ABO system. 2) Physical. Serum Bilirubin. glass wares. Lipid Profile. Bile salts. staining technique and differential leucocyte count. Clotting time (CT). Serum Urea. Prothrombin time (PT). Biochemical Examination – (Demonstration) Serum Glucose. 2) Blood cells counting . Ketone. 10) Blood grouping .
2. Yadunandan Upadhyay Acharya P. Gurdip Singh Prof. Ram Harsh Singh
. Daily Record 2. Long Case 6. Distribution of Marks 1. Practical records of clinical examination of at least 20 short cases based on Ashta vidha pariksha.P. Indentification of Instruments 3.xi Laboratory record – maintenance of observation Diary and laboratory record book. Practical demonstration of examination of Roga based on Pancha Nidan 3.D. Introduction and demonstration of clinical methods (General and Systemic Examination).V. Sushrut Samhita and Vagbhata
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Pt. Tara Shankar Mishra Vidyotini Hindi Tika Shri Satya Dev Vashisht Gangadhar Tika Acharya Priyavrata Sharma Vd. USG and Radio imaging techniques. Practical records of clinical examination of at least 20 long cases in I. Sharma Vd.Voce Total 10 Marks 10 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks 20 Marks 30 Marks 100 Marks
Reference Books 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Madhav Nidan (Madhukosha Commentary) Part 1 – 2 Doshakaranatwa Mimamsa Nadi Darshan Nadi Vigyanam Nadi Vigyan Nadi Vigyan Rogi Pariksha vidhi Ayurvediya Roga Vargikaran Ayurvediya Nidan Evum Chikitsa Ke Siddhanta Relevant portions of Charak Samhita. Laboratory Experiments 4. Ramanath Dwivedi & Vd. Beside Practical (Clinical Methods) 1. Demonstration of ECG. Short Case 5. 5. Viva . 6. Demonstration of instruments used for clinical examination 4.
Wick. Cortan. Gralem. R .P. Fausto at al
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Clinical Laboratory medicine General Pathology A Comprehensive Dictionary of Pathology Practical Pathology Clinical examination Pathology Practical book for undergraduates Medical Laboratory Technology Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory methods Clinical Hematology In Medical Practice Robbins Basic Pathology
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. Anderson. Oxford Handbooks
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Symptoms & Signs in Clinical Medicine Clinical Methods Bedside Clinics in Medicine Part. Abbas. Uma Chaturvedi Douglas/Macleod’s Harsh Mohan R. K. S. Gupta K. Murthy Dr.I & II Common Medical Symptoms Advances in Pathology & Lab Med-
Chamberlains Hutchison’s Kundu Mehta Weimstean. Zumwelt Edited by Kenneth D Mc.S. Sanford and Davidson Degruchy’s Kumar. P.11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Text Book of Pathology Text Book of Pathology Text Book of Pathology Text Book of Parasitology Clinical Pathology and Bacteriology Clinical methods in Ayurveda Parameswarappa’s Ayurvediya Vikriti Vigyan and Roga Vikriti Vigyan Oxford Handbook of Clinical Examination and Practical Skills Advanced Clinical Evaluation System For Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills
William Boyds. Byadgi. Chately Walter & Israel Churchill Living stone Chris Newann Dr. Sood Todd. Harsh Mohan Dey and Dey Ramnik Sood S.
Vrischika. Bhallataka. Lepa paduka. Visha Guna. Bheda. . Lakshana. VYAVAHARAYURVED EVUM VIDHIVAIDYAK
Theory One Paper – 100 Marks Practical/Viva voce -100 Marks Lectures . water. soil etc. Snuhi. Digitalis and Cerebra Odollum. Alarka – Visha. (Visha mishrita – Vayu.6 AGADATANTRA. Mooshika. Post Mortem appearances and Medico Legal importance). Signs and symptoms of Visha afflicted organs and personal effects. 8. Essentials of Food poisoning. Vatsanabha.Its sources. Bang. Lootha. Samuhika Vishaprayoga-Effects of chemical and Nuclear warfare Signs and symptoms of poisons of plant kingdom and their management. Visha Gati. Chitraka Eranda. Visha Utpatti. Jala. their contemporary significance. Kaala and their management).contact poisons). Jangama Visha (Animal poisoning and zoonotic diseases) – Detailed study of Sarpa.100 Practicals / Demonstrations – 50 Paper I Part A AGADATANTRA– VISHA CHIKITSA (AYURVEDIC & CONTEMPORARY TOXICOLOGY) 100 Marks 50 Marks
1. Fatal period. Parthenium Historiferous. Contamination of air. Gunja.
Derivation and definition of Agadatantra and Visha.
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4. Visha Data Lakshana. Gara visha. Difference between Visha. Madya and Oja guna. Langali. 7.
5. Fatal Dose. Origin and Classification of Visha:. 3.management and contemporary significance. Signs and symptoms. Abharana etc. Chikitsa and their Sadhyasadhyata (contemporary and classical views). (Poisoning with Anjana. Dhattura. Tobacco.
6. Treatment.2. Keeta. Arka. Tests for detection of Visha. (Signs and symptoms. Kupeelu. Karaveera. Jayapala. Dooshi visha and Viruddhahara– their concepts. Visha Peeta Lakshana. Visha Upadrava and Visha Mukta Lakshana. Desha. 2. Study of Chaturvimshatyupakrama of Charak. classification. Visha and Upavisha. Ahiphena. Visha Prabhava. Visha Pranaharana Kriya.
Metallic and Nonmetallic poisoning General characters. Hydrochloric acid. signs and symptoms. Zinc phosphide Definition of Toxicology. Lead. metabolism. Stimulants – Antihistamines. management. Fatal period. prognosis and medico legal importance Visha Sankata. Copper. Pharmacy Act 1948. Treatment. medico legal importance and postmortem appearance of – Sulphuric acid. Criminal poisoning. treatment and safety measures. iodine Metallic poisoning – Arsenic. treatment. Asphyxiants – Carbon monoxide. Madya Visha and Madatyaya. Fatal dose. Narcotic drugs and Psychotropic substances Act 1985. Oxalic acid. diagnosis and general principles of treatment. Medico Legal Importance and Postmortem Appearance of Nonmetallic poisons – Phosphorous. Carbon dioxide. classification of poisons. Alcohol poisoning (Ethanol and Methanol) Laws related to poisons .
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. Shanka Visha 9 Acids and Alkalis – Fatal Dose.Poisons Act 1919.classification. Mercury. Nitric acid. Carbolic acid. Fatal period. Hydrogen sulphide. Formic acid and alkalis in general. Hydrocyanic acid. absorption. Zinc. excretion. duties of a medical practitioner in case of suspected poisoning.Aluminium phosphate. cause of death. Drugs and Cosmetic Act 1940. Signs and symptoms. their actions and routes of administration. Tin and Radiation metals. Cocaine Hallucinogens – LSD Sedatives and Hypnotics – Barbiturates Petroleum – Kerosene Poisoning Organo phosphorus compounds . Dangerous Drug Act 1930.
Death due to heat. Duties of a Physician towards his patient. Responsibilities of Physicians. Legitimacy. Introduction to Indian Penal Code. Ethics as in classics. duties of a Physician to the public. Medico Legal autopsy and exhumation. Sexual perversions and their Medico Legal aspects. Pregnancy. Medico Legal aspects of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Artificial Insemination. Accepting fees. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act. towards the profession at large. Definition and concise history of Forensic medicine (Vyavahara Ayurveda) and Medical jurisprudence (Vidhivaidyaka). their Medico Legal importance and laws in relation to it. Qualities of Physician. International code of Medical Ethics for Doctors.Part B
VYAVAHAR AYURVED EVUM VIDHIVAIDYAK (FORENSIC MEDICINE AND MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE)
Introduction. "Clinical establishment Act. Professional Services of physicians to each other. Transplantation of human organs Bill 1994. Vaidya Sadvrittam. Forensic psychiatry. Code of Medical Ethics. Forensic Serology and DNA profiling. Types of physicians and methods of identification . Sexual offences. Pre Natal Diagnostic Testing Act. Civil negligence. Donation of cornea. Dowry deaths. duties of a patient. Professional negligence. Indian Evidence Act and Criminal Procedure Code. General Principles. Asphyxial deaths and its Medico Legal importance. Pranabhisara and Rogabhisara Physicians. Criminal negligence. Virginity. Chaturvidha Vaidyavrutti. Delivery. Injuries and wounds and its medico Legal aspects. Impotence & Sterility. duties of a Physician in cases of interference. Personal identity and its Medico legal aspects."
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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12
. Physician’s responsibility in criminal matters. Rights of an unborn child. Forensic Odontology. Infanticide battered baby and their Medico Legal importance. Death and its Medico Legal Aspects. Apujya Vaidya. Duties of physician to his patient. Malingering of feigned diseases. cold and starvation. Abortion. duties of a Physician in consultation. Laws in relation to Medical practitioners: Indian Medicine Central Council Act. Relationship with females.
Kangle Kautilya Arthashastra (Hindi) Dr. 4. Ayodhya Prasad Achal Visha Chikitsa Dr. 2. Daily activities (Presented as Clinical Record/ Herbarium) Post Mortem examination . Kerala (Ayurveda Toxicology English Translation) Medical Ethics and Medical Laws in India Dr. 3. Post Mortem examination Evidence in the court Demonstrations in the Toxicology museum Clinical postings 50 Hours 10 Hours 10 Hours 10 Hours 20 Hours
Distribution of Practical Marks 1. 4. Balakrishna Nair. Yogaratnakara. Raghunath Singh Vyavahar Ayurveda Dr.Record Compilation Work Identification (spotting) and clinical case presentation Viva – voce Total Reference Books 1 Topics related to Agada Tantra from Charak Samhita.S.Govardhan Agada Tantra Sh. Ashtanga Samgraha. 3. Ramanath Dwivedi Text book of Agada Tantra Edited by Dr Huparikar Agad Tantra Dr. Relevant topics from Manu Smriti 10 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks 40 Marks 30 Marks 100 Marks
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. Shekher Namboodri Agadatantra ki patyakram Edited By Dr Huparikar Vishachikitsa Vaidya Balakrishnan Nair. 5. Vidhivaidyaka (Vyavahar Ayurveda Vijnan) Dr. Bhavaprakasha and Madhava Nidana. 2. Ashtanga Hridaya. Sushrut Samhita. Mehta Toxicology Ayurvedic Perspective VPSV Ayurveda college Kottakkal Kautilya Arthashastra (English) Prof. Kasyapa Samhitha.Charuchandra Pathak Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology Modi Basavarajeeyam Edited by Vd.PRACTICAL Practical Training period 1. H.
2. 3. 2. Anvaya.3. Chart preparation / Compilation Case sheet writing regarding treatment Prescription writing by examining the patients in OPD & IPD in hospital. 3.100 The marks of theory examination are distributed as follows 1. 6. orally and in writing related with Samprapti and Chikitsa Sutra) 5. Other activities include following: (1) Memorizing two shloka weekly (The shloka should be memorized along with Padvibhaga.1.Siddhi Sthana) Theory One Paper – 100 Marks Practical/Viva voce – 50 Marks Lectures . log book of memorized shloka.Voce Internal Assessment Total 10 Marks 50 Marks
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60 Marks 15 Marks 25 Marks
. CHARAK SAMHITA (Uttarardha: Chikitsa – Kalpa . Chikitsa sthana Kalpa sthana Siddhi sthana PRACTICALS Parameters for internal Assessment Memorizing and describing two shloka weekly. Bhavartha and practical applicability. corrected and signed by the class teacher is to be submitted at time of examination. 4. discipline. oral and written presentation and other activities. Oral presentation (Presentation of 10 Shloka. Viva .) (2) Passage writing (3) Speech related to Charak Distribution of marks 1.
Charak Samhita (English Commentary): Dr. Charak Samhita -Chakrapani Tika (Sanskrit Commentary) 2. Jayadev Vidyalankar or Vd. Brahmanand Tripathy or Dr.
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. Atridev Vidyalankar or Prof. Charak Samhita (Hindi Commentary) Vd. Ravidutta Tripathy 3.Reference Books 1. Ram Karan Sharma & Vd. Gorakh Nath Chaturvedi & Kashinath Shastri or Dr. Bhagwan Dash or Acharya Priyavrata Sharma.
300 Hospital Training . Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Avarana and of Dhatu Pradoshaja diseases. 100 Marks 50 Marks Derivation of the terms ‘Kaya’. Prakriti. Detailed description of Dvividhopakrama (Santarpana and Apatarpana) and Shadavidhopakrama (Rookshana. Vaya.3. Vyadhipratyanika. Importance of Kriya Kaala according to stages of Dosha and their management. it invariably should include different classical preparations which should include relevant Vati. KAYACHIKITSA Theory Three Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical/Viva voce – 150 Marks Lectures . time of administration. Definition of ‘Kayachikitsa. ‘Chikitsa’ and their definitions and synonyms. Chikitsa sutra and Management of Sthanartara Dosha (Ashayapakarsha. Knowledge of Aushadha matra.
2. Roga Prashamana Chikitsa (Doshapratyanika.2. Kupi Pakwa Rasayana. Anuloma/Pratiloma gati of Dosha. Dushya . Langhana and Brihana).
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. duration of treatment required and relevant Pathyapathya and post therapeutic advices. Snehana. Paper I Part A 1. Dhatu and Mala. Ahara and stage of diseases in treating them. Vimarga gamana of Dosha). Diagnosis. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of ‘Samanyaja and Nanatmaja’ diseases.9 Months
Note: Common to all papers of Kayachikitsa – Wherever the phrase “Management of diseases” occurs in the syllabus. Detailed description of Shodhana. Gutika. Importance of Dosha. Sevan kaala and Anupana. Bala. Definition and Knowledge of Pathya-Apathya with examples of diseases of various systems. Shamana and Nidana Parivarjana. Doshopakrama. Knowledge about Chikitsa Chatushpada. Visramsa and Vyapat) and its management. Sthambhana. Ubhayapratynika). Kaala. Taila. Churna. Definition of ‘Bheshaja’. Roga-Anutpattikara Chikitsa. Chikitsa sutra and Management of vriddhi (increased) and kshaya (decreased) of Dosha. Kashaya and Lepa along with appropriate dose. Ghrita. Ojo Vyapat (Kshaya.
4. Sattva Satmya. Swedana. Knowledge of Lina Dosha & its management. 3. Desha. Types and detailed description of Bheshaja and Chikitsa. Agni. Avaleha. Chikitsasutra and Management of Sama-Nirama states. Bhasma/Pishti.
PAPER II Part A 1. Daha.
50 Marks Detailed description of Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Jwara and its types. Leprosy. Chardi. Bronchitis.Malaria. Mada. Mumps. Hepatitis. Yellow fever. Kala Azar. Vatarakta. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Raktavaha Srotas such as Raktapitta. Hypertension. Yakrut. Bhasmaka and Acid peptic disorders. Bronchiectasis.Viral Fever. Anaha. Trishna. Plihadosha.Pandu. Parshwashoola. Leptospirosis. Kushta Kilasa. Accupuncture. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Annavaha Srotas such as – Agnimandya.Yoga. Hridshoola. Encephalitis. Emphysema and COPDs. Kumbhakamala. Leukaemia.Part B 5. Relevant Ayurvedic management according to Samprapti ghataka of following types of Fevers-Typhoid. Cirrhosis of Liver.
3. Modern medicine.
2. Alasaka. Hikka. Gulma.
8. Plague .Shotha. Shwasa. Ajirna. Tetanus. Filaria. Influenza. Masurika (Small pox). Kotha and medically manageable Kshudra Roga. Unani. and Romantika (Measles). 6. Meningitis. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Udaka vaha Srotas such as. Hypotension. Pleurisy. Madatyaya. Adhmana. AIDS.
100 Marks 50 Marks
Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Pranavaha Srotas such as . Laghu Masurika (Chicken pox). Visarpa. Anthrax.
7. Kamala.Kasa. Udarada. Naturopathy. Visuchika. Sanyasa. Accupressure. Tuberculosis. Shoola.Acid . Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Rasavaha Srotas such as . Urakshata. Atopa. Pneumonia.Amlapitta. Amavata. Grahani. Halimaka. Knowledge of National Health programmes and the relevant Ayurvedic management of the following diseases enlisted by World Health Organisation. Hridroga.Base & Electrolyte Imbalance. Siddha Homeopathy. Murcha. Sheetapitta. Rajayakshma. Jalodara. Vilambika. Introduction of general principles of maintenance of health and management of diseases of following systems of Medicine.
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4. Chikun Guniya. Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.Dengue Fever.
Sandhigata Vata (Osteo Arthritis). General introduction.
PAPER III Part A 1. Cystitis. Osteoporosis (Asthisoushirya). Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Sexually Transmited Diseases. 10. General introduction and principles of Management of diseases produced by Genetic. Mutraghata. Arsha and Purishaj Krimi.
5. Kati Graha. 9. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Mutravaha Srotas such as -Mutrakricha. Disorders due to drug and Food allergy and their management. Pituitary and Adrenal Glands and their Ayurvedic management. Sthoulya. Arbuda. Vatakantaka. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Purishavaha Srotas such as – Atisara. Nephritis.Nephrotic Syndrome. Avarana Vata. Motor Neurone Diseases and Neuralgia.
100 Marks 50 Marks
Principles of treatment and management of Vata Vyadhi such as . Prameha. Gatavata (Dhatu gata and Ashayagata). Khanja. Padaharsha. Myasthenia Gravis. Environmental and Iatrogenic factors. Muscular Dystrophy. Pangu. Renal Failure. such as . Karshya.Pakshavadha. Mamsashosha. Treatment of Motion Sickness.
4. Parathyroid. Puyameha (Gonorrhoea).
2. Sarvangavata. Khalli.
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. Parkinsonism (Kampavata). Nidana and Chiktsa of Urusthambha.
50 Marks Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Mamsavaha Srotas and Medovaha Srotas such as-Gandamala. types and Management of diseases caused by Vyadhi Kshamatwa Hinata (Immuno deficiency disorders and Auto Immune Disorders).Part B 6. Gullian Barrie syndrome. Kroshtukashirsha and Types of Udavarta. Ardita. Manyastambha. Upadamsha (Chanchroid). Padadaha. Avbahuka.Phiranga (Syphilis). Vishwachi. 8. Diabetes Mellitus and Dyslipidaemia. Ekangavata. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of ‘Asthi and Majjavaha Srotas such as Osteomyelitis (Asthimajja Vidradhi). Diseases of different Endocrine Gland -such as Thyroid. Pravahika. Gridhrasi. Apachi.
Chicken Pox. Measles. Medhya Rasayana in the management of Manasa Roga. Yellow fever. its sthana (place). Krodha. Influenza. Description and Management of following Emergency Conditions. 11. Psychosexual Disorders. Importance of Daivayapashraya. Peritonitis and Appendicitis). Stress induced disorders.
13. Syncope.Base & Electrolyte Imbalance and related clinical conditions. Gastritis. Determination of dose of Rasayana according to age.
50 Marks Derivation of the term ‘Manas’. Biliary colic. Procedures of Kutipraveshika kalpa. Tetanus. Guna (qualities) and Karma (functions).Acute Haemorrhage. Vajikaran Dravya and Aushadhi. Symptoms of good Shûkra (Semen). Congestive Heart Failure . Management of Vardhakyajanita vikara. synonyms.
7. Kandu. Vajikarana .Pancreatitis. Vibandha.
12. Mada. Properties. Bhaya. Hyperpyrexia. 15. Hypoglycaemia. Rasayana yoga and directions for their use. ingredients and methods of formation of Rasayana & Vajikarana formulation. Rules and regulation after Rasayana therapy.
8. Somatoform and Mood disorders. Sattwavajaya. Viral Fever. Indications of Rasayana therapy. Historical importance and indications of Vajikarana. methods of administration. Dainya. Typhoid. Alziemers Disease. Chikun Guniya. Acute Respiratory distress Syndrome . Encephalitis. Small pox. historical importance of Rasayana and its benefits. Pneumonia. Meningitis. Shock. benefits of Kutipraveshika Rasayana. Shoka. Acute Abdomen. Moha. Criticism of childless men. Knowledge of Kayakalpa. Classification of Rasayana. Indriyapradoshoja vikara. Anuria/ Oliguria.
10. Pleurisy. Mumps. definition. Convulsions.
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. 9. Matsarya. Derivation.Unmada-Apasmara-AtattvabhiniveshaIntroduction and Management of Anxiety disorders. Adravyabhuta Chikitsa. necessity. benefits.Derivation. Nidana and Chiktsa of the folllowing disorders . Dengue Fever. Drowning and Electric shock.
14. Kutipraveshika and Vatatapika Rasayana. Introduction and Definition of Kama. Harsha and Pragyaparadha. Depression. Indications of Rasayana therapy. doses.Part B 6. Leptospirosis. Lobha. Achara Rasayana. Vitamin deficiency diseases and their treatment. Hypertensive Emergencies. Appreciation of females. Nutritional deficiency disorders. General debility. Introduction to Bhuta Vidya with special reference to diagnosis and management of disorders in the field. Classification and importance of Vajikarana Dravya. Plague. Acid . Status Asthmaticus. Importance of Vitamins in Rasayana therapy. definition and synonyms of Rasayana.Myocardial Infarction/Angina. Indications of Vatatapika Rasayana. Acute abdominal pain (Renal colic. Sleep disorders. Hyperglycaemia. duration of application. Vishada. Swineflu. Poorvakarma and specific schedules to be followed after Kutipravesha. Etiopathogenesis and Modern management of following diseases – Anthrax.
12. 7. 11. 4. Brahma Shankar Mishra & Dr. Rajeshwar Dutta Shastri Vd. 5. 5. Jagdishwar Prasad Tripathi Acharya Priyavrat Sharma Vd. 2. 3.
Bhaishajya Ratnawali Yogaratnakar Yogratnakar (English) Chakradutta Chakradutta (English) Chikitsadarsh Chikitsa Pradip Chikitsa Kalika
Kaviraj Ambikadutta Shastri Pt. Daily routine work Compilation/Project Report Patient examination Viva-voice Total Reference Books 15 Marks 20 Marks 45 Marks 70 Marks 150 Marks
1. 2. Nirmal Saxsena Dr. 4. Shiv Charan Dhyani
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9. 8. Hindi and English translation by Acharya Priyavrat Sharma Dr. Indradev Tripathi Dr. Bhaskar Viswasnath Gokhle By Tissatacharya. 2. General patient training Department of Manas roga Department of Communicable diseases Department of X-Ray and Laboratory Emergency Services in Kayachikitsa 9 Months 5 Months 15 Days 15 Days 1 Month 2 Months
Distribution of Practical Marks 1. 10.
Kayachikitsa Kayachikitsa Kayachikitsa Kayachikitsa
. Ganga Sahay Pandey Acharya Ramraksh Pathak Prof. 3. 3. 4.PRACTICAL Hospital Training Period 1. Banwari Lal Gaur Prof. 6.
. R. 14. Surendra Sharma Ballabhacharya Lolimbaraja Lolimbaraja Vishwanath Kaviraj Dr. Gulraj Sharma Mishra Dr. Anant Ram Sharma. 27. 30. Ram Niwas Sharma Prof. Natraj Shastri Prof. 18. Haridas Shridhar Kasture Dr. 28. 20. 33. 35. T.A. T. 26. 37. Ram Niwas Sharma & Dr. Premvati Tiwari Dr. 15. G. Krishna Chandra Verma & Dr. Ram Harsh Singh Dr. 40. Bramhadutt Sharma Dr.K. 38. 17. Prof. Priya Kumar Chobe
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32.13. 19. 34. Dr. 21. 16. Anant Ram Sharma V. Gurjar Prof. Divakar Ojha Prof.L. Dr. Devraj Dr. Devraj Dr. 25. Sanjay Sharma Acharya Mukandi Lal Dwivedi Dr. Prasad & Dr. 22. 36. 39. 29.L.
Kayachikitsa Rasayogasagar Siddha Bhaishaiya Manimala Siddhayoga Madhavchikitsa Siddha Prayoga Latika Vishikhanupravesh Vigyan Kaya Chikitsa Samanvaya Siddha Vaidyakam Tamilo ka Siddha Sampradaya Sahasrayogam (Keraliya Ayurveda Chikitsa) Vaidya Chintamani Vaidya Jeevan Chamatkar Chintamani Pathya-Apathya-Vinirmaya Ayurvediya Pathyapathya Vigyan Yoga Chandrika Atyayik Vyadhi Nidana Chikitsa Atyayik Vyadhi Nidana evum Pratikara Ayurvediya Panchkarma Chikitsa Ayurvediya Panchkarma Vigyan Keraliya Panchakarma Ayurvedic Remedies for common disease Panchakarma Chikitsa Vigyan Panchakarma Chikitsa Holistic Principle of Ayurvedic Medicine Kayachikitsa Madak Dravyajanya roga evum unki Chikitsa
Vd. Hariprapanna Sharma Ram Krishna Bhatt Vrinda Madhav Madhavkar Vd. Gulraj Sharma Mishra Vd. Badri Prasad Shah Laxman Pandit. Tara Shankar Mishra Vd. Asha Kumari. 23. 24. Ram Harsh Singh Prof.
53. Goverdhan Sharma Changani Dr. 51. 44. 47. Mohan Lal Pathak Vd. 46. Upadhyaya (Jaipur) Prof.
Vasava Rajiyam Manas Roga Vigyan Ayurvediya Manas Vigyan Adhunik Manas Rog Vigyan Psychiatry in Brihatrayee Psychopathology in Indian Medicine Yoga against Spinal pain Hathayoga Pradipika Hikmat Prakash Prakritika Chikitsa Rasayan and Vajikarana Rasayan and Vajikarana Science of Longevity by Ayurveda Adhunik Chikitsa Shastra Chikitsa Tatva Deepika Kayachikitsa Useful parts of Charak. 49. 43. 54. Ram Harsh Singh Dr. Satyapal Gupt Pt. Vithal Das Modi Vd. Balkrishna Amar Ji Pathak Prof. 42. 55. 45. Rajendra Prasad Bhatnagar Dr. 57. Subhash Ranade Dharmdatta Vaidya Acharya Mahaveer Prasad Pandey Prof. 52. Ajay Kumar Sharma
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. Kanta Prasad Shukla Dr.41. Shiv Sharma
Sh. 56. 48. Sushrut and Vagbhatta
Sandhi. Kshara and Raktamokshana with special reference to Netra Chikitsa.Kriya Kalpa a) Seka. Ama-Pachyaman-Pakva Vrana shotha. II. Parichayam. Sandhigata Roga Etiology. c) Knowledge about the eight surgical procedures i.3. e) Essential diagnostic and therapeutic modern pharmacological agents required in Shalakya Chikitsa
III. b) Basic fundamentals of Shalakya Shalya Chikitsa e.e. Knowledge about Dacryocystectomy and Dacryocystorhinostomy
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. Bhedana. Patala. Drushti Vichara) and Netra & Chakshu Kriya Sharir ancient and modern view. Netrapariksha. d) Parasurgical procedures .g. signs & symptoms and management. asepsis and antisepsis as per ancient and modern view point. Vidalaka Tarpana.Paschat karma. Blepharitis. & Vranbhandhana. Methods and concepts of sterlization. Aschotana. Epiphora. pathology. Lekhana. pathology. Purvarupa. Samprapti. Introduction
a) Shalakyatantra nirukti. Anjana and importance of Panchkarma in Shalakya Chikitsa. Vyadhana etc. d) Classification of Netraroga as per Ayurvedic and Modern view point and its importance. Pindi. clinical features and management of diseases of Sandhigata roga (junctional areas of the eye) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. Rupa and chikitsa. Netraparikshanopayogi Yantra Shastradi gyanam. c) Netraroganam – Samanya Hetu (Nija and agantuja). classification. Vranitopasana. Ithihasam b) Netra rachana shariram (Mandala. Putapaka. Purva-Pradhana. Lacrimal cyst – aetiology. Pranashtashalya. Shalya karma. Netra Samanya and Vishishta Chikitsa .3 SHALAKYA TANTRA Theory Two Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical/Viva voce – 100 Marks Lectures . Chedana.210 Hospital Training – 4 Months
Paper I I. Acute and Chronic Dacryocystitis.Agni.
Chalazion. Strabismus. Conjuctivitis. their aetiology. b) Conjunctival degenerative disorders like Pterygium. Classification. VII. Age related Macular degeneration. b) Abhishyanda as a cause of all eye diseases. Suklagata Roga a) Etiology. Lagophthalmus. Ptosis. Hypertensive & Diabetic Retinopathies. Pathology. Optic Neuritis and Optic atrophy. Staphyloma. Pathology. Pathology. pathology. Clinical features and Management of diseases of Shuklagata Mandala (Sclera and Conjunctiva) of the eye as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. signs and symptoms. Clinical features and Management of Sarvagata Roga (diseases affecting all parts of the eye) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. Pathology. Vartmagata Roga Etiology. signs and symptoms and management. clinical features and management of diseases of drishtigata roga (vision / visual apparatus) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda along with exogenous diseases like Sanimittaja and Animittaja Linga nasha. Krishnagata Roga a) Etiology. Drishtigata Roga a) Etiology. Eale’s disease. Etiology. diagnosis and treatment.
VI.IV. Clinical features and Management of diseases of Vartma (lids disorders) of the eye as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. Glaucoma. b) Refractive errors. Amblyopia. symptoms and management. Entropion. – Etiology. Sarvagata Roga a) Etiology. pathology. signs and symptoms and management. c) Aupasargika (contagious) Netra Roga:.Etiology. Xerosis their etiology. Dry Eye Syndrome. pathology. classification. b) Ulcerative and Non Ulcerative Keratitis. Trachoma. Trichiasis. Retinitis pigmentosa. pathology. Classification. Cataract. signs & symptoms and management. V. Central serous retinopathy. Nayanabhighata. Hypophion Ulcer & Uveitis. Clinical features and Management of diseases of Krishnagata Mandala (Cornea and Iris) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. Classification. Classification. Scleritis. Corneal Opacity. Blepharospasm and Lid growth – Etiology. Signs & Symptoms and management.
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. Ectropion. Panophthalmitis. VII. Hordeolum Externum.ocular trauma as per ancient and modern view point. Episcleritis SubConjunctival Hemorrhage.
Mukha Lepa used in the treatment of Shira. clinical features and management
Mukha Roga (Diseases of Oral Cavity) a) Mukha roga. Deafness. Miscellaneous Diseases a) Xerophthalmia and other malnutritional eye disorders. Examination of Nose. Pratisarana.Examination of Ear. classification. Murdhni Taila. c) Headache. pathology. Dhuma. Tinnitus. Ear. foreign body in the nose Etiology. Nasa Roga a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Nasa (Nose) & Ghranendriya in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Nasal trauma. Oral cavity and Throat diseases. method and Vaikritpaham. b) Generalised and specific etiology. Rakta Mokshana. Karna Purana. Nasal Polyp.ayatana. Foreign body in ear and Sound pollution. c) Nasa Sandhana (Fundamentals and methods of Rhinoplasty). Nose. pathology. b) Generalised and specific etiology. c) Netraswasthyarakshanopaya. d) Rhinitis. ASOM.Preventive Ophthalmology and Community Ophthalmology. pathology. its differential diagnosis and treatment along with diseases of Scalp. Clinical features and management Tympanoplasty. clinical features and management of diseases of Nasa (Nose) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda.VIII. pathology. clinical features and management of diseases of Shira and Kapala (Intracranial and Extracranial) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. b) Generalised and specific etiology. CSOM. DNS. pathology. classification. Otomycosis.
PAPER II I
Samanya Chikitsa a) Instruments and technology used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of Shira. Nose & Oral cavity b) Study of therapeutic procedures like Sveda. Dental. Periodontal.Anatomical sites of diseases of Oral cavity b) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Mukha (Oral cavity) in Ancient and
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. b) Introduction to Eye bank. Ear. Corneal Transplantation. classification. Kavala. Eye donation. clinical features and management of diseases of Karna as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. d) Otalgia. Etiology. Meniere’s disease. Karna Roga a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Karna (Ear) & Shravanendriya in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Nasya. Epistaxis. c) Karna sandhana(Auroplasty). fundamentals. Shiro Roga a) Importance and Superiority of Shira. Gandusa.
classification. Apical abscess. Examination of Teeth. causes and treatment. Retention cyst. Examination of pharynx and Larynx. pathology.Modern Medical literature. classification. d) Generalised Etiology. Uvulitis and Tumors of the palate. Dant Mula Gata Roga (Diseases of Periodontia) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Dantamula (Periodontia) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. c) Glossitis. Kantha And Gala Gata Roga (Diseases of Pharynx & Larynx) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Kantha and Gala (Pharynx and Larynx) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Cracked lips. clinical features and management of diseases of Dantamula (Periodontia) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. clinical features and management of diseases of Danta (Teeth) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. d) Dental Caries. c) Gingivitis. b) Etiology. Benign and Malignant Tumors of tongue Talu Roga (Diseases of Palate) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Talu (Palate) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Examination of Palate. Clinical picture and Treatment of Mukharoga (Diseases of oral cavity) VI Oshtha Roga (Diseases of Lips) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Oshtha (Lips) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Ranula.Labioplasty. Danta rakshana. classification. Periodontitis (Pyorrhoea). b) Etiology.(altered voice
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. Pathology. clinical features and management of diseases of Jihwa (Tongue) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. clinical features and management of diseases of Oshta (Lips) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda.Tongue Tie. b) Etiology. c) Danta Utpatana. classification. c) Palatitis. classification. Examination of Tongue. Danta Roga (Dental Diseases) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Danta (Tooth) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. b) Etiology.Periodontum. pathology. clinical features and management of diseases of of Kantha and Gala (Pharnyx and Larynx) along with swara bheda . pathology. c) Oshtha sandhana. Danta purana ancient and modern methods. classification. pathology. Examination of Lips. Examination of Oral cavity.Examination of Dantamula. clinical features and management of diseases of Talu (Palate) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. pathology. c) Mukha and Danta Swasthya ancient and modern concepts. Cleft palate. Dental Tartar. pathology. b) Etiology. Hare lip. Periodontial abscess and Mandibular sinus Jihwa Gara Roga (Diseases of Tongue) a) Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Jihva (Tongue) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. b) Etiology.Tooth extraction using Jalandhara Bandha Yoga as well as by using instruments.
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. bedside clinics and case presentation. pathology and treatment of these diseases. c) Pharyngitis. Pharynx. Diptheria. Carcinoma of Larynx. Retrobulbar. foreign body in the throat. XII Sarvasara Mukha Roga (Generalised mucosal affections of the oral cavity) Etiology. Uses. Laryngitis.quality) as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. wound management. Tonsillitis. Facial. Stomatitis. their diseases and treatment.surgical proceduresKshara karma Agnikarma Raktamokshana Training of ward procedures. IV. Training of minor procedures a) Incision and drainage b) Excision c) Sutures Observation of surgical procedures a) Pterygium b)Cataract c) Cyst removal 4 Months 1½ Months 1½ Months 1 Month
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
Hospital Training Peiod 1) OPD & IPD 2) Operation Theatre 3) Kriyakalpa Distribution of marks 1) Daily Record 2) Identification of Instruments 3) Short Case 4) Long Case 5) Viva . PRACTICAL Content of Practical Identification.etiology. Training of case taking. pathology. Subcutaneous and Intradermal injections. Classification. Application of bandages. Demonstration of surgical instruments and method of sterilization. Cervical lymphadenopathy. Clinical features and Management of diseases of Generalised mucosa of the oral cavity as detailed in literature of Ayurveda. Manyastambha (Sternocleidomastoiditis). Dysphagia. Adenoiditis. HIV and Herpes infection of oral cavity Miscellaneous Diseases Anatomy and physiology of Salivary. Peribulbar. Training in para. Thyroid and Para thyroid glands . IM.
2. Ravindra Chandra Choudhary Dr. 8. Ravindra Chandra Choudhary Acharya Vishva Nath Dwivedi Dr. 5. 9. 4. Useful portions of Charak. Vagbhata etc. 7. Sushrut. Rama Nath Dwivedi Dr. Shalakya Tantra Shalakya Vigyan Abhinava Netra Chikitsa Netra Chikitsa Vigyan Netra Roga Chikitsa Netra Roga Vigyan Parson’s Diseases of Eye Diseases of ENT Log and Turner Shalakya Tantra Shiv Nath Khanna Dr. Hans Raj
10. Munje Dr. 6. 3.
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.Reference Books 1.
Jaloukavacharana (Jalouka parichaya) – Yogya.Experimental Surgery. fumigation Sangyaharana– Anaesthesia . 6. Raktamokshana – Mahatva. Upakarana. contraindications. Kshara Sutra – Preparation. Pradhana Karma and Paschat Karma. anaesthetic agents. Kshara and Kshara Karma – Nirukti. Pichu. Nirjantukarana – Sterilization – Methods. number.Definition. Karma. Vikeshika. 7. 13.
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. Prakara. Nirmana Vidhi. Vidhi. procedures. Yogya. Guna. Dravya. Agnikarma . Knowledge of Kshara Varti. Pracchanna. types. types.
100 Marks 50 MARKS
11. Types. Dosha. description and importance. indications. 8.
Introduction to Shalya Tantra . Yogya. Pradhanyata. Vidhi and Upadrava Chikitsa.T. Relevant modern instruments.6 Months
Paper I PART A 1.Operative procedures Yogya Vidhi . Marma – Nirukti. Prakara. Ashtavidha Shastra Karma . 4.Historical background and progress made. Fluid. Anushastra – Definition. Ayogya. Trividha Karma – Purva Karma. Types and O.4 SHALYA Theory Two Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical. Karma. Akruti bheda. Shalya Tantra and its importance. Nutrition – i) Introduction to physiology of fluids and electrolytes ii) Dehydration and over hydration. Abandya and Upadrava. Plota. Yogya. Vyadhi.Viva voce – 100 Marks Theory Lectures . Nasa. Prakara-Siravyadha. 17. contraindications and method of application. Shastra. Sandhana Karma . Alabu. 9. 2. Guna. complications and their management. Shringa. Bandha Vidhi – Prayojana. 12.3. 3. Principles and procedures of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Taila and Pichu. Definition of Shalya. Ayogya and Upadrava Chikitsa. electrolyte and Acid Base Balance. complications and management. indications. Kavalika. 14.Karna. 5. 15. 10. Vidhi and Upadrava Chikitsa.210 Hospital Training .Mahatva. Ayogya. Dosha. 16. Oshtha Sandhana Vidhi. Pranasta Shalya and Nirharana Upaya. Ayogya. uses. Description of Yantra.
Raktasrava. 50 Marks
23. contraindications and complications with management. CAT Scan. Vrana SadhyaAsadhyatha and Vrana Upadrava. Apachi –Lymphadenitis. v Agantuja Vrana : i) Sadhyo vrana . Prakara. 27. ii Vrana Chikitsa – Pathya-apathya and Shashti Upakrama. i Vranashotha . Lakshana and Chikitsa of Pramehapidaka.Goitre. ix Arbuda – Tumour. Knowledge of antibiotics. compatibility. mode of administration and complications. ii) Management of bites and stings 26.Diabetic carbuncle. post-operative and intravenous alimentation. Prakara. intestinal obstruction and anuria. Knowledge about Vranitagara and Rakshakarma. Vrana – Nirukti and Prakara i Nija Vrana – Nidana.18. Vrana Avastha. Rakta Mahatwa. Upadrava and Chikitsa.Dustavrana. iv) Electrolyte changes in specific diseases like pyloric stenosis. 22. 25. Dagdha Vrana .Sinus v. anti-inflammatory and emergency drugs in surgical practice. Vrana Vasthu. Lakshana. Samprapti. Gandamala. vi) Nutrition – pre-operative. Imaging techniques. Knowledge of diagnostic techniques – X-ray. Samprapti.
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. Ultra Sonography. Blood Transfusion –Blood groups.Inflammation ii Vidhradi – Abscess iii Pidika – Boils iv Nadi Vrana . Lakshana. 19. Vrana Pariksha – Sthana. Nirukti. Upadrava and Chikitsa of the following disorders. Kadara – Corn. Lakshana and Chikitsa of Galaganda . Twak Vikara Nidana. Srava. Akruti. Alkalosis and Acid balance. Samprapti. indications. Gandha. Samprapti.Haemostasis. Prakara. Manya Vikara – Nidana. Knowledge of Shat Kriya Kaala in surgical practice. 24. Shuddha Vrana. Lakshana. 21.Cyst. Ruhyamana Vrana. Vyadhi Janya Vrana. Chippa -Paronychia.Traumatic wounds – Nidana. Samyak Roodha Vrana. components.
iii) Specific electrolyte loss and symptomatology and management of Acidosis. Raktastambhana . Vedana. v) Various replacement fluids in surgery. iii Ulcer types and their management iv Wound healing stages and management. 20. Pashanagardhabha – Parotitis. analgesics.Burns and scalds vi Marmaghata . Nidana. Vrana Granthi – Keloid. Sadhya-asadhyata.Shock vii Kotha – Gangrene viii Granthi.Prakara and lakshana. Biopsy/ Cytological study. MRI.
Diseases of esophagus – Aetiopathogenesis. pelvis and skull bones. Tumors and their management. Diagnosis. Classification. tarsals. ribs. Principles of Amputation. Pleurisy and their management. Venous Ulcers and their management. vertebrae and Phalanges. Clinical Features. Diagnosis. Lakshana. Snayu Vikara . phalanges. Sira Vikara . mandible. Clinical Features.Sthan Vidradhi. Diagnosis. Complications and Management of . Description of fracture of following bones with clinical features. Diseases of small intestine . 6. Upadrava and Chikitsa. mandible.Arterial disorders – Nidana.Congenital Anamolies. Complications and Management of . vertebrae. 9. Lakshana and Chikitsa of Aneurysm. Dhamani Vikara . Complications and management. Complications and management of . 8. Cerebral concussion.HIV and hepatitis patients. Classification.Pleural Abscess. knee. fibula.Diseases of tendons and ligaments – Tendonitis. 3. complications and management – scapula. radius. metacarpals. femur.
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. ganglion and their management. elbow. Clinical Features. 29. Diagnosis. Dislocation of following joints with clinical features. 11. wrist. 5. Pleural Effusion. complications and management of shoulder.Fracture: Prakara including pathological fracture. Burger’s disease. Surgical practice in AIDS .Venous disorders – Superficial and Deep venous thrombosis. 7. Brain tumors and their management. Cranio-cerebral injuries – Mechanism. 32. Clinical Features. Diagnosis. Tuberculosis. Perforation and their management. Gulma Roga – Nidana. tenosynovitis. 31. diagnosis. varicose veins. Sandimoksha . Paper II Part A 1. ankle. metatarsals. Investigations. carpals. Sthan ArbudaBreast tumors and their management. Clinical Features. cysts. Obstruction. 10. haemangioma. Varices.Aetiopathogenesis. Tumors.Dislocation: Prakara. 2. Diseases of chest – Aetiopathogenesis. 100 Marks 50 Marks
Asthi Bhagna . Tumors and their management.Congenital Pyloric Stenosis. Acute extradural haematoma. Peptic Ulcer. Complications and Management of . Samanya Lakshana. Diseases of breast – Aetiopathogenesis.Congenital anamolies Osteomyelitis.28. Diseases of bone – Aetiopathogenesis. Acute Intracerebral and Chronic Subdural Haematoma. clavicle. humerus. patella. Upadrava and Chikitsa. 30.Mickel’s Diverticulitis.Breast Abscess. Pathology. Classification. Complications and Management of . 4. Upadrava and Chikitsa. Samanyalakshana. tibia. tumours and tuberculosis. ulcer. Classification. Diagnosis. diagnosis. Classification. Prakara. Classification. Clinical Features. Diseases of stomach and duodenum – Aetiopathogenesis. Samprapti. Contusion and Laceration. Complications and Management of . Raynauld’s disease. Oesophagitis. hip. ulna.
Diagnosis. Sanniruddaguda Anal stricture. Obstructive Jaundice and Yakritdalyodar –Hepatomegaly.Aetiopathogenesis. Clinical Features. Classification. Diagnosis. Spleenic rupture. Classification. Diagnosis. 7. Tumor. Polycystic Kidney. Diagnosis.
8.Jalodara .Aetiopathogenesis. Ulcerative Colitis and their management. Diseases of Ureter – Aetiopathogenesis. Obstruction. Tumors.Fissure in Ano. Classification. Prostatic Abscess. Tumor. Diagnosis. Udara Roga – Aetiopathogenesis. 15. Complications and Management of Prostatitis. Classification. cysts. Diagnosis. Bhagandara – Fistula-in-Ano. 5. Classification.Congentital Disorders. 14. Diseases of Spleen – Aetiopathogenesis.
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. Clinical Features. Classification. Clinical Features. Arsha -Haemorrhoids. Complications and Management of . Diagnosis. Diseases of Urinary bladder – Aetiopathogenesis. Diseases of large intestine . Classification. Clinical Features. Clinical Features. Classification. Clinical Features. Diseases of Prostate . Abdominal Injuries and management
Part B 1. Diseases of Rectum and Anal Canal – Aetiopathogenesis. Mutragata & Mutrakricha. Complications and Management of Calculus. 4. Appendicitis. Guda Vidradi . Renal Calculus. Diseases of Gall Bladder – Aetiopathogenesis. Renal Injury. Complications and Management of Cholecystitis. Clinical Features.
Diseases of Liver – Aetiopathogenesis. Classification. Classification. tumors. Complications and Management of – Tuberculosis. Complications and Management. Clinical Features. Perforation. Cystitis.Rectal prolapse. Incontinence. Classification. Diagnosis. Carcinoma of Prostate.
6. Retention of urine. Cholelithiasis. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy.Aetiopathogenesis. 3. Diagnosis.Anorectal abscess. Diseases of Kidney . Pseudo Pancreatic Cyst.Ascities. Diagnosis. Crohn’s disease.12. Clinical Features. 13. Clinical Features. Gudarbuda . 9. Rectal Polyp. Chidrodara – Perforation and Peritonitis.Aetiopathogenesis. Complications and management of . Diseases of Pancreas – Aetiopathogenesis.tumor and their management. Parikartika . Complications and management of Abscess. Clinical Features. Complications and Management of Congenital Anomalies. tumors. Complications and Management of Congenital anomalies. classification. Gudabhramsa . Complications and Management of Pleehodara – Spleenomegaly. Badhagudodara – Obstruction and their management. Clinical Features. Ashmari -Vesicle Calculus. Obstruction. Complications and Management of Pancreatitis. Tumor and Injury. Diagnosis. Diagnosis. Perinephric Abscess.
Torsion of Testis. Complications and Management. Complications and Management of Niruddhaprakasha -Phimosis. 14. 4. Diagnosis. Identification. Ectopic Testis. Avapatika . Shukrashmari Seminal Calculus. Training of case taking. Classification. Diseases of Penis – Aetiopathogenesis. demonstration of surgical instruments and method of sterilization. Diseases of Urethra – Aetiopathogenesis. Vrushana Shothaepididymo-orchitis. Vrushana Granthi. Antra Vriddhi – Aetiopathogenesis. 11. 13. Stricture and Rupture. Diagnosis. Diagnosis. Classification. Lingarsha -Venereal Warts. Complications and Management of Urethritis. Umbilical.Prepuceal Ulcer. 2. Epigastric.Hydrocele. Scrotal Filaria.Tumor. Training of following Parasurigcal procedures i Kshara Karma ii Agnikarma iii Kshara Sutra iv Raktamokshana Training of following ward procedures i Application of bandages and splints. Classification.
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. Clinical Features. Clinical Features. Complications and Management of Hernia . Circumcision Hernial repair Fistulectomy Exploratory Laparotomy
7. Classification. Diagnosis. PRACTICAL Content of Practical 1. 3. classification.Inguinal. Excision iii Sutures iv v Hydrocele vi vii Haemorrhoidectomy viii ix Fissurectomy x Training of surgical emergencies and management. Wound management iv Ryle’s tube aspiration v.10. Demonstration and Practical training in Anaesthesia. Parivartika Paraphimosis. bed side clinics and case presentation. femoral. Clinical Features. Diagnosis. uses.
6. Diseases of Scrotum and Testis – Aetiopathogenesis. Clinical Features. Clinical Features. Incisional and rare forms of Hernia. Complications and management of Mutravriddhi . Undescended Testis and Tumors . Arbuda. Vriddhi Roga – Aetiopathogenesis. ii Catheterization iii.Epididymal cyst. Injections -Intramuscular / Intravenous / Subcutaneous / Intradermal Training / Practice of following procedures i Incision and drainage of abscess ii.
OPD / IPD 2. 4. Kshara sutra management in anorectal ailments 14. Surendra Kumar Sharma Vd. 9. Sushrut Samhita Ashtang Sangraha Ashtanga Hridaya. K. Dr. P. Akhilanand Sharma Dr. Praveen Kumar Chowdary.D. 8. Adhunika Shalya Chikitsa Siddanta 16.Takral Dr. 6. Shalya tantra Ke Siddhant 18. Agnikarma Technology Innovation 17. Charak Samhita The Surgical instruments of the Hindus Shalya Tantra Samuchchaya Shalya Vigyan (Part 1-2) Shalya Samanvaya (Part 1-2) Shalya Pradeepika Girindranath Mukhopadhyaya Pandit Ramadesh Sharma Dr. 2. Mukund Swaroop Verma Dr. Anorectal diseases in Ayurveda 15. Soushruti 11. Kulwant singh. P. Sharma.Sizoria & Dr. 7. S. Ram Nath Dwivedi Dr. 3. Operation theatre Emergency casualty
6 Months 4 Months 1 Month 1 Month
Distribution of Marks 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Daily records Instruments Short case Long case Viva .R. K.voce Total Reference Books 1.K.K. Anantaram Sharma Dr. 3. Prabhakar Janardhan Deshpande Dr. Gupta Dr.Sharma and Dr. Dr. Bhagna Chikitsa 13.Hospital Training Period 1. Katil Narshingham Udupa Dr. Hemantha Kumar 10 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks 20 Marks 40 Marks 100 Marks
10. Recent advances in the mangement of Arshas / Haemorrhoids
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. Clinical Shalya Vigyan 12. 5. Dr.
Sangyaharan Prakash 27.19. Drugs and Equipment for Anesthesia 33. Ward Procedures 35. Kapur and Procedures Mansukh B. Das Prof. D. Tribhuvan.N. N.Nan Surgeons Association of India Dr. Clinical Anatomy/ Surgical Anatomy 38. Concept of Vrana is Ayurveda 25. Shalya Vigyan (Sachitra) 23.C. D. Anushastra Karma 24. Undergraduates’ Surgery 42. Adam A. Short Practice of Surgery 28. Arsha Evum Bhagander Mein sutra Avacharan 20. A Practical Guide to Operative Surgery 32. A manual on Clinical Surgery 30. Kanak Prasad Vyas Dr. Das S. Upadhyay Maurice king Lee Snell V.K.Kale J. Lakshman Singh Dr. Lakshman Singh Dr.Pathak. Kshara Sutra 21.C. Dr. S. Das Arun Pal M. S. Surgical Instruments 39. Patel and Yogesh P. Pande Bailey and Love’s Surgery S. Sankaran Anantram Sharma Dr. A System of Surgical Diagnosis 31. Manual of Surgical Instruments 34. Principles & Practice of Agnikarma
Vd. Pande Dr.N.Kanchan Shekokar
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. Synopsis of Anesthesia 37. Primary Anesthesia 36. A concise Text Book of Surgery 29. Anandkumar & Dr. Outline of Orthopedics 40. M. Significance for Poorva Karma in in Surgical Patient 26.G. Surgical ethics of Ayurveda 22.N. Outline of Fracture 41.Adams J. Text book of Surgery 43. Patel S.
Ritumati Lakshana. Rajo Vigyan Description of Raja. Ritumaticharya. Asana. Apara (Placenta) Garbha Nabhinadi (Umbilical cord). Uday (lie. Garbhasya Avayavotpatti. Prathama Rajo Darshana (Menarche). Garbhodaka (Amniotic f l u i d ) . Panchabhautika composition of Garbha.Rajakaal. Normal and abnormal conditions of Asthisandhi peshi Sahita Stri Shroni (Soft & Bony Pelvis) and its obstetrical importance. Garbha Varnotpatti (Origin of complexion in foetus). Function. Tryavarta yoni (Female internal and external genitalia).3.150 Hospital Training – 3 Months Paper I Part A Introduction and scope of Prasuti Tantra (obstetrics). position. Stri Vishishta Peshi Marmani. Normalcies and their abnormalities.PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA
Theory Two Papers – 100 Marks Each Practical. Garbhavakranti. Masanumasika Vridhi of Garbha (Monthwise development of foetus).5. Garbha Poshana (Nutrition of Garbha). Garbha Vigyan i) Garbhasya paribhasha. Garbha Sambhava samagri (factors essential for conception). Garbhakara bhava.Viva Voce – 100 Marks Theory Lectures . Garbhastithi. Shroni mapana (pelvic assessment) – Artavvaha and Stanyavaha strotamsi.Menstrual cycle and their regulation by endocrine glands – Rajasvala Charya.Formation. Vayobhedena Stri sangnya. Jarayu (Foetal membranes). Stri Sharir Vigyan Etymological origin of the word Stri. Garbhangasamstithi (attitude). Artava and concept of Shukra in Stri. fetal skull.Ritukaal – Rituvyatitakaal. Rituchakra . Development. Garbhadhanavidhi. Importance of Ritukaal in Garbha dharana. Garbhalingotpatti. Garbha Vikriti. Ulba (vernix caseosa). Prasuti Tantra 100 Marks 50 Marks
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. presentation). (Nomenclature of Stri according to age).
Kalatita Prasava (post term labour). 50 Marks
Part B Prasava Vigyan (Parturition)
Prakrit Prasava (Normal Labour): Prasava Paribhasha. iii. Cervical Dystocia. Mithyagarbha (Pseudocyesis). Upavishtaka.
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. Uterine Inversion. Prognosis (Sadhyasadhyta). Etiopathology. Jatamatraparicharya. Garbhini vyavastha: Garbhini Paricharya (Ante Natal care.Balavan Vyadhaya (Major Diseases of Pregnancy) Pandu (Anaemia).. Shotha (oedema). Garbha Upaghatakara Bhava.G. Leena garbha.clinical features and management of normal labour. ii). Udarapatanapurvaka garbha Nirharana. Garbhini Nidana (Diagnosis of Pregnancy). Udavarta. Pada Shotha. Amniotic Fluid Embolism etc.Alpabala vyadhaya (Minor ailments of Pregnancy) – Hrillasa (Nausea). Garbha Vyapada: Garbhasrava and Garbhapata (abortions). Maternal distress. Hydatid form mole.U. Garbha shosha. Nagodara / Upashushka. Sutikagara. Cephalo Pelvic Disproportion. Prasavaparicharya . pregnancy induced Hypertension. Kikkisa etc. Prasavajanya Janananga Abhighata. Atisara (Diarrhoea). Antarmrita garbha (Intrauterine Foetal death). (care and resuscitation of newborn). Pumsavana vidhi. Sutikagara. Garbhini . Muladharachhedan (Episiotomy).Nirmana. Prasavkaala.Garbhinivigyan i) Lakshana of Sadhyograhita Garbha. Vibandha (Constipation).R. Fetal Distress. Prajayani/ Upasthita Prasava/ Prajanishyamana/ Asannaprasava Avastha. complications and treatment. Complications and Treatment of all diseases. Yantrachikitsa Garbha stithi parivartana (version). Lakshana of Vyakta Garbha. Sangrahaniya Dravyani.Definition. Parikartika. Ectopic pregnancy I. High risk Pregnancies. Its causes. Prasavottara Raktasrava (PPH). clinical features and treatment. Vaivarnya (Discoloration). Aruchi. Raktagulma. Rh-incompatibility – causes. Bahugarbhata. Mantra. examination investigation and management). Forceps Delivery. Vilambita Prasava (prolonged labour) Induction and augmentation of labour Yoni Samvarana. Aparasanga (Retention of Placenta). Prasava Poorva Rakta Srava (Antepartum Haemorrhage) Causes. Clinical features. (Definition of Prasava) Prasavahetu. Chhardi (emesis). Clinical Features. Treatment Aushadhi. Shastra. . Prasavavastha. clinical features. Ventouse Delivery. Arsha. Mudagarbha. Jwara. Garbhini Vyapad / Garbha Vyapad i) Garbhini . Garbhasan. Types. Partogram. Labour Room. Praveshavidhi. Mechanism of Labour. Ceasarean Section. Avi. Toxemias of Pregnancy. Prasava Vyapad (Disorders of Labour) Akaala Prasava (Preterm labour). Dauhrida.
Types. Svedana. Vandhyatva (Infertility – Causes. ii) Importance of Panchakarma in Stri Roga. Shukra Dusti their Hetu. Dhupana. Sutika paricharya. Sthanik Chikitsai) Snehana. Pichu. Lakshana. Practical knowledge of all these procedures along with indications. Upadrava evam Chikitsa with all possible modern correlations. complications and management. Ashta Artava Dushti. clinical features and treatment. Yoni vyapadani –Sankhya. Clinical features. Shotha and Makkala and other complications. Varti. Treatment and Complications. Nidana. Dhavana. Stanya Dusti. Changes during Sutika avastha (Sharirika and Manasika). Kshaya. Granthi and Arbuda of Yoni (Benign and Malignant tumours of Genital Tract) Pelvic Infections including Sexually Transmitted Infections and their Management. Alpartava (hypo and Oligomenorrhoea). Ksharakarma etc. Yoni Arsha. Sutika Kaal. Causes. Lepana. Prognosis and treatment of Sutika Jwara. Diagnosis. Stanya Sampat. Stanya Vigyan – Stana Stanya Pariksha. Clinical features.
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. Dahana. Stanashopha (Mastitis) their Etiopathology. Prognosis. Shukra Vriddhi. Stanavidradhi (Abscess). Sutika Roga – Number of Sutika Roga. Normal Semenogram. Artava vyapad Artava Vriddhi. MTP Act. Stanyakshaya.Sutika Vigyan – Sutika Paribhasha.
Paper II Part A
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Congenital malformations of female genital tract. Atyayika Chikitsa in Prasuti (Emergency care in Obstretics) Pharmacotherapuetics of the drugs used in Obstretic emergencies. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. PNDT Act. Asrigdara. Uttarabasti. Lakshana and its Chikitsa. Kshaya. Stanyavridhi – their causes. Shukra vigyana Description of Shukra. Investigations and Management) Yoni Kanda. Rajonivrutti Part B Stanaroga Stanagranthi. Anartava (Amenorrhoea).
2. Garbhashaya Mukhadahana (Cauterization of Cervix). Identification of drugs and models 4. Prasuti & Stri Roga Chikitsa Upayogi Yantra Shastra Parichaya and Vyadhivinischaya Upaya (Investigative and Diagnostic Aids ).
Distribution of Marks 1. Reproductive and Child Health Care. PAP smear. Parivar Niyojana.Shastra Karma i) Surgical procedures their Indications. Contraindications. Purvakarma (PreOperative). History taking and examination of antenatal and gynecological cases. Case Taking (2 Cases) 3. Basic knowledge of Laproscopy. Swasthane Garbhashaya Sthapana (Repair of Genital Prolapse). Viva . Hysterosalpingography. Case Record 2. AIDS/HIV control programme and importance of current National Programme. Practical knowledge of performing Sthanika Chikitsa Observation of surgical procedures mentioned above. Paschatakarma (Post-operative). Garbhanirodhaka Upaya. Arshanirharana (Excision of Polyp). 4.voce Total
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. Garbhashayamukha Vistrutikarana (Cervical Dilatation) & Garbhashaya Lekhana (Curettage). Removal of different type of Cysts. Pradhanakarma (Operative). Observation of 10 labour cases. PRACTICAL Content of Practical 1. Complications and Management. uses. Stri roga Sambandhita Pramukha Aushadhi. Marsupilisation. USG. demonstration of surgical instruments and method of Sterilization. Endometrial and Cervical Biopsy. Female Surgical Sterilization. Hysteroscopy. Colposcopy. 3. Identification. Granthi evum Garbhashaya Nirharanasya Samanya Gyana (Hysterectomy). 5. X-RAY.
11. 10.I. 7. Chauhan
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. Theory of Population in Outline Text Book of Gynaecology Text Book of Obstetrics Ayurvedic Concepts in Gynaecology Navya Prasuti Vigyanam Useful parts of Charak. Vallentev C. Rajendra Bhatnagar Ayodhya Prasad Achal J. Ramanath Dwivedi Dr. 12. Sushrut. Nirmal Sahani D. 5. Abhinava Prasuti Tantra Prasuti Vigyan Prasuti Vigyan Prasuti Vigyan Prasuti Vigyan Prasuti Vigyan Prasuti Tantra & Stri Roga Abhinava Prasuti Vigyan Stri Roga Vigyan Abhinava Striroga Vigyan Abhinava Striroga Vigyan Stri Roga Chikitsa Janasankhya Siddhanta aur Upadeyata 14.S. 4. Pooja Bharadwaj Vd. 17. 3. 18. Premvati Tiwari Ayodhya Prasad Achal Vd. 19. 16. Damodar Sharma Gaur Acharya Ramanath Dwivedi Dr. Dr. Mrinmayi Mukharjee Dr. Vagbhata & Sharangdhara. 6. Alakh Narayan Singh Manjari Dwivedi Vaidya Nirmala Tai Rajwade Dr. 2.Reference Books 1.S. 8. 9. 15.S. Dawn C. 13. Dawn Vaidya Nirmala Joshi Dr.
5. Stanya-PanaVidhi (Method for breast feeding).90 Hospital Training – 1 Month Paper I Kaumarbhritya Parichaya Evum Balaka Paricharya (Introduction to Ayurvedic Pediatrics and Child Care) Part A 1. Prana Pratyagamanam (Neonatal Resuscitation): Methodology. Stanya-Piyusha (Colostrum). Purnakalika Shishu (Full term). Stanya Sampat (Properties of normal breast milk) Stanyotpatti and Prasuti (Physiology of lactation). Stanyabhave Pathya Vyavastha (Alternative feeding in the absence of breast milk). Kumara. 8. 6. Stanya Janana and Vardhanopakrama (Methods to enhance breast milk formation). 50 Marks 100 Marks
General introduction of Kaumarbhritya (Ayurvedic Pediatrics): Definition. Stana Sampat (Characteristics of normal breast).6. Importance of Kashyapa Samhita in Kaumarbhritya. Complications of improper cutting of umbilical cord and its treatment. Rakshoghna Karma (Protective measures). Navajata Shishu Parikshana (Examination of new born): Ayu Parikshana (including Lakshanadhyaya) Modern approach of Neonatal Examination including gestational age assessment Kumaragara (Nursery. Stanyadosha (Vitiation of Breast milk).
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. Kshirada. Vayobheda (Classification of age): Garbha. complications and their management (Ayurvedic and modern view). Stanya Parikshana (Examination of breast milk). 2. Kshirannada & Annada etc.
7. Stanyakshaya-Stanyanasha (Inadequate production and absence of breast milk). Bala. Nabhinala Chhedana (Cutting of umbilical cord). 3. Various other feeding methods. description and etymological interpretations of terminologies used in Kaumarbhritya.3. KAUMARBHRITYA Theory One Paper – 100 Marks Practical Viva Voce 100 Marks Lectures . Stanya Shodhana (Purification of breast milk). and Samaya-Paschatajata Shishu (Post term neonate). Navajat Shishu Poshana (Nutritional aspects including neonatal feeding): Specific feeding schedule as per Ayurvedic texts and modern concept. importance. 4. Stanya Sangathana (Composition of breast milk). NICU and Pediatric Ward). Navajata Shishu Paricharya (Neonatal Care): Care of the Samaya-purvajata Shishu (Preterm).
Annaprashana. Satmya and Asatmya Ahara (Compatible and incompatible diet) 14. Anthropometry-measurement and their interpretation. Nishkramana. Upanayana and Vedarambha. 2.
Part B Samanya Chikitsa Siddhanta and Balaroga (General Principles of Treatment and Management of Pediatric Disorders)
1. Nutritional Programs. language and personal – social development. Importance of Kreedabhumi (play ground) and Kreedanaka (toys). Vyadhikshamatva: General concepts of Bala (Immunity) and methods of Bala Vriddhi. Namakarana. Dhatri (Wet nurse): Dhatri Guna and Dosha (Characteristics of wet nurse). common food sources.10. Chudakarma. Karnavedhana. Sanskaras: Jatakarma. Shastraghatajanya: Facial Paralysis. 16. Danta Nisheka evum Dantodbheda (Eruption of teeth). Bhagna (fractures). Ashtavidha.Shadvidha. Kumaradhara (child care taker) 13.According to Vaya.. Lehana (Electuries): Importance. Poshana (Nutrition): Normal requirements of nutrients for newborn. Upveshana. mental and social growth & development of child). 18. Erb’s Paralysis. 15. Dantodbhedjanya Vikara (Dentition disorders). Community Child Health Programs. Upashirshaka (Caput Succidanum and Cephalohaematoma). Balaroga Parikshavidhi. National Immunization Program and other programs incorporated by Govt of India from time to time. 12. Prasava Kaleena Abhigata (Birth injuries): Shwasavrodha (Asphyxia). uses and various types of Lehana. Bhara evum Aushadhi Kalpana (drug doses according to age. Mansika evum Samajika Vikas (Physical. Aushadhi Matra Nirdharana. Balaroga Samanya Chikitsa Siddhanta (General principles of treatment in children). weight and drug preparations) 3. 17. Dashavidha Pariksha evum Shishu Vedana Parigyan (Examination of diseased child and Diagnostic methods-Ayurvedic and modern). infant and children. Specific therapeutic procedures in children: Panchkarma procedures specific to pediatric age group. Knowledge of National Programs related to Child Health Care: Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Program. Garbha Vridhi Vikasa Krama : Samanya Parichaya (General introduction to normal fetal growth from conception to full term maturity).Sharirika Vriddhi. Dantotpatti evum Danta Raksha Vidhi (Dentition and dental care): Dantasampat (Characteristics of healthy teeth). 4. Important mile stones during infancy and early childhood with special reference to gross & fine motor.
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. Concept of human milk banking 11.
Pranavaha Srotas: Pratishyaya (common cold). 7. Rakta Vishamayata (Neonatal Septicaemia). Talukantaka (Tonsillitis) b. Jivwanujanya Yakrit Shotha (Hepatitis) 11. Swasanaka Jwara (Pneumonia/Pneumonitis.(Congenital disorders) : Sahaja Hridaya Vikara (Congenital Cardiac Disorders) Jalashirshaka (Hydrocephalus). Anuvanshika Vyadhi (Hereditory diseases): Down syndrome. Balashosha and Parigarbhika (Protein Energy Malnutrition). Vrikkashotha (Glomerulonephritis and Nephrotic syndrome)
12. Raktavaha Srotas: Kamala (Jaundice). Srotas Vikara: a. Bronchiolitis). Annavaha Srotas: Ajirna (Indigestion). Mastishkaghata (Cerebral Palsy). Rakta Vaishamyata (RhIncompatability). Vibandha (Constipation). Aupasargika Vyadhi (Infectious Diseases): Karnamula Shotha (Mumps). Udarshula (Infantile Colic).5. Pravahika (Dysentry). Gudapaka (Proctitis). 10. Vamanatwa (Dwarfism). 8. Kasa (Cough). Poliomyelitis. Utphullika. Parikartika (Anal fissure). Rohini (Diphtheria). Kukunaka (Conjuctivitis). Charmadala (Infantile atopic dermatitis). Ulvaka Roga. Thalassaemia. Antrika Jwara (Typhoid). Kshiralasaka. Raktasravi Vikara (Haemorrhagic Disorders). Dushta Stanyapanajanya Vyadhi (Disorders due to Vitiated Milk): Cow’s Milk Allergy. Krimija Hridroga ( Infectious cardiac diseases including Rheumatic Heart Disease). Galaganda (Goitre). Masurika (Chicken Pox). Raktapitta (Haemorrhagic disorders). Gandamala (Cervical Lymphadenopathy). Dhanurvata (Tetanus).
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. Mastisakavarnashotha (Meningitis). Romantika (Measles). Pyloric Stenosis. Phakka. Yakridpleehodara (Hepatospleenomegaly). Shwasa (Respiratory distress syndrome). Meningocele. Mamsa-Medovaha Srotas: Apachi (Lymphadenitis). Sthaulya (Obesity) f. Hypervitaminosis. Turner Syndrome. Rasavaha Srotas: Jwara (Fever). AIDS. Mutravaha Srotas: Mutraghata (Anuria). Myopathy. Rubella. UchchaRaktachapa (Hypertension). Mukhapaka (Stomatitis). e. Tamaka Shwasa (Bronchial Asthma). Meningomyelocele. Pada-Vikriti (Talipes equanovarus and valgus). Laryngitis). Prasavottara Vyadhi (Neonatal disorders): Navajata Kamala (Neonatal Jaundice). Krimiroga (Worm Infestations). Atisara (Diarrhoea). Navajata Netrabhishyanda (Neonatal conjuctivitis). Rajayakshma (Tuberculosis). Dengue. Vitamin and Micronutrient deficiency disorders. 6. Tracheoesophageal Fistula (TOF). Mutrasanga (Retention of urine) Mutrakriccha (Dysuria). Anya Bala Vikara (Miscellaneous Pediatric Disorders) Pangutwa (Locomotor disorders). Sahaja Prameha (Juvenile Diabetes). Khanda-Talu (cleft palate). Gala shotha (Pharyngitis. Kuposhanajanya Vyadhi (Nutritional disorders): Karshya. Jadatwa (Mental disorders). Ahiputana (Napkin Rashes) 9. Nabhiroga (Umbilical disorders). Sahajavyadhi . Mridbhakshanajanya Pandu (Anaemia associated with clay eating/ Pica). Chhardi (Vomiting). Spina bifida. Gudabhransa (Rectal Prolapse) c. Khandaoushtha (cleft lip). Sanniruddha Guda (Anal stricture / imperforated anus). d. Kukkura-Kasa (Whooping Cough). Malaria. Pandu (Anemia).
P. Autism. Premvati Tiwari Essential Paediatrics O. Shayyamutra (Bed wetting). Acute Renal Failure. Nirudhaprakasha (Phimosis).
15. ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorders) Atyayika Balaroga Prabandhana (Pediatric Emergency Management): Shock and Anaphylaxis.13. 20 Marks 40 Marks 10 Marks 30 Marks 100 Marks
2. Fluid and Electrolyte Management. their management and counseling: Breath holding spell. Knowledge of various equipments such as phototherapy unit. types. clinical features and management Various Ayurvedic & modern procedures and investigations in pediatric practice PRACTICAL
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. 4. 6. Pranapratyagamana Vidhi (Ressuscitation procedure of new born) 4. Sushrut Samhita Vagbhata etc. overhead radiant warmer. 2. Febrile Convulsion. Akshepa (Convulsions). Knowledge of IV fluid administration. 5.voce Total Reference Books 1. Panchakarma and their application 7. Vaccination 5. Poisoning. 14. Drowning. Karnasrava (Otorrhoea) Behavioral Disorders of Children. special ressuscitation equipments. Hemorrhage. Breast feeding technique Distribution of Marks Clinical work (record of clinical cases) Examination of Patient Spotting Viva . blood sampling 8.
Apasmara (Epilepsy). 7. Panchakarma Vidhi (Panchakarma procedures) 6. Status Asthmaticus Balagraha: General description. Foreign body aspiration. Madhya Karna Shotha (Otitis media). Navajata Shishu Paricharya (Care of the newborn) 3. Ghai Text Book of Paediatrics Nelsan Care of New Born Meharban Singh Clinical Methods in Paediatrics Meharban Singh Paediatric Emergencies Meharban Singh Diseases of New Born Scheffers Kaumarbhritya related references from Charak Samhita. Clinical training of above mentioned disorders of children. Unamada. Status epilepticus. 16. Kushta (Skin disorders). Kashyapa Samhita Complete Hindi translation by Satyapal Vidhyalankara English translation by Prof. 8.
Hrasva. Shodhana. Sneha Procedures: Abhyantara Shodhananga Sneha Vidhi: Purvakarma: Roga and rogi pariksha. Panchaprasrutiki Sneha. General precautions (Pariharya Vishaya) during Panchakarma. Taila. their importance and utility in the treatment.7. 1) 2) 3)
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4) 5) 6) 7) II. including relevant diagnostic techniques. Maha Sneha. Threefold Karma :i) Poorva Karma (Pre operative procedure):. Trivrit Sneha. Qualitative utility of Sarpi. Koshta pariksha and Agni nirnaya.3. Snehana & Swedana) ii) Pradhana Karma (Operative Procedure) iii) Pashchat Karma (Post Operative Procedure) Usefulness of Shodhana (Purification Therapy) according to the seasons. Achcha Sneha. Types of Snehana – Bahya and Abhyantara (external and internal oleation therapy). Relevance of Panchakarma in present era. Avapidaka Sneha. PANCHAKARMA Theory One Paper – 100 Marks Practical Viva-voce – 50 Marks Lectures . Vasa and Majja Different categories of Snehayoni (sources). Hrasiyasi. Snehapaka. importance and utility of Poorva karma (Pachana. preparation of the rogi & fixation of dose. Need of Rukshana before Snehana and Samyak Rukshana Lakshana. Specifications of Panchakarma theatre and necessary equipments Snehana Etymology and Definition of Sneha and Snehana (Oleation therapy) Types of Sneha. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
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I. Sadya Sneha. Deepana. Knowledge of Yamaka Sneha.Madhyama and Uttama Sneha Indications and contraindications for Snehana. Relation of Panchakarma with Shodhana therapy (Purification therapy). Pravicharana Sneha. Shamana and Brimhana Sneha.
Introduction to Bahirparimarjana Chikitsa: Lepa. Ksheera Bashpa Sweda. Jambeera Pinda Sweda. Anna lepa. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
Pradhana karma: Administration of Sneha & Anupana. Swedana dravya and their properties. Ksheera Dhara) & Upanaha Sweda. Vyapat & their management according to Ayurveda & Modern System of Medicines. Takra Dhara. Detailed knowledge about procedure and utility of following Bahyasnehana (External oleation therapy) – Abhyanga. Dhanya Pinda Sweda. Methods to protect the vital organs (varjya anga) during Swedana Procedure. Avagaha Sweda. Dhanyamla Dhara. Observation-Jeeryamana/Jeerna/ Ajeerna/Asnigdha Lakshana. Digestion and Metabolism of Fat. Parisheka Sweda (Pizichil. Pichu. Nadi Sweda. Janu. Swedana Etymology and Definition of Sweda and Swedana (Sudation). Vamana Etymology. Churna Pinda Sweda. Ayoga/Atiyoga Lakshana. Valuka Sweda. Chirakaleena Sneha Vyapat and their management.Ten Types of Niragni Sweda. Bashpa Sweda. Indication and contra. Samyak Yoga. Steam bath. Different types of Sagni Sweda Knowledge of Shodhananga and Shamana Sweda. Diet and regimen during Snehana Introduction to Bahirparimarjana Chikitsa. Gandusha. Kashaya Dhara. General properties of Vamaka Dravya Preservation and Knowledge of Vamaka and Vamanopaga dravya. Heenayoga (Inadequate Sudation) and Vyapat of Swedana and their Management. Talam. Swedana Karmukata (Mode of action of Swedana Chikitsa). 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
. Basti. Kati. Atiyoga (Excessive Sudation). Features of Samyak Yoga (Proper Sudation). Utsadana. Indications and Contraindications for Vamana. Udvartana. Greeva and Urobasti (Tarpana) General Knowledge about current Sudation techniques (Sauna bath. Karna Poorana & Akshi Tarpana Snehana Karmukata. Detailed Knowledge about Utility of below mentioned Swedana procedures:. Diet and regimen during and after Swedana.indications of Swedana. Samvahana.
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IV. Shashtika Shalipinda Sweda. Ishtika Sweda.Patrapinda Sweda. Basti. Shamana and Brimhana Snehana Vidhi. Padaghata. Unmardana. Infrared therapy). Kukkutanda Sweda. Pashchat karma: Pariharya Vishaya & Planning of Shodhana. Murdhni Taila. Definition and Introduction of Vamanakarma Importance and Utility of Vamana Karma Koshta Nirnaya and Agni pariksha in Vamana Karma.9) 10) 11)
12) 13) III. Kavala. Shiro Lepa (Tala potichil). Mardana.
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Detailed study of Madana Phala, Kutaja, Yashti, Vacha and Nimba. Purva karma: Snehana & Swedana, Diet & regimen prior to Vamana Karma Preparation of formulation for Vamana Karma Dose & Method of Administration. Pradhana karma: Administration of Drugs and Observation, and Assistance of Vega, Upavega and Matra. Knowledge of Laingiki, Antiki and Maniki Shuddhi, Features of Samyak yoga (Proper Shuddhi), Atiyoga (Excessive Shuddhi), Ayoga (Inadequate Shuddhi) and their management. Pashchat Karma: Samsarjana (Peyadi,Tarpana and Rasa Samsarjana Krama) Pariharya Vishaya & Parihara Kaal Vyapat & their management according to Ayurveda & Modern System of Medicine Vamana Karmukata (Mode of action of Vamana). Virechana Karma
Etymology, Definition, Introduction, Importance, Utility & Classification of Virechana Karma. 2) Knowledge of Anulomana, Sramsana, Bhedana, Rechana, Karma with examples. 3) General properties of Virechana Dravya. 4) Detailed study of following Virechana drugs Trivrut, Eranda, Aragvadha, Katuki and Jayapala 5) Knowledge of Virechana kalpanas, their properties, dose, anupana and method of administration. 6) Knowledge of Koshta Nirnaya and Agni Vivechana. 7) Indications & Contra-indications for Virechana 8) Significance of Vamana before Virechana. 9) Virechana Vidhi (Procedure for Virechana) Purva karma: Snehana & Swedana Diet & regimen prior to Virechan Karma. Pradhana karma: Administration of drugs and Anupana, Observation, Assessment of Vegas, Upavegas and Matra. Knowledge of Laingiki, Antiki and Maniki Shuddhi, Features of Samyak yoga (Proper Shuddhi), Atiyoga (Excessive Shuddhi), Heenayoga (Inadequate Shuddhi) and their management. Pashchat karma : Samsarjana (Peyadi,Tarpana and Rasa Samsarjana Krama) Pariharya Vishaya & Parihara Kaal Vyapat & their management according to Ayurveda & Modern Systems of Medicine. 10) Virechana Karmukata (Mode of action of Virechana). VI. Basti 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Etymology, Definition, Introduction, Utility, and Importance of Basti Karma. Types of Basti based on Karma, Sankhya, Adhisthan & Matra. Knowledge of different Basti yantra, their significance and utility. Indications & Contra-indications for Anuvasana Basti and Asthapana Basti. Knowledge of Anuvasanopayogi and Asthapanopayogi dravya. Administration of Basti: Purva Karma Preparation of Basti dravya, Fixation of dose, Preparation of Patient. Pradhana Karma : Basti Pranidhana Vidhi (Administration of Asthapana, Anuvasana
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and Matra Basti) Observation of Basti Pratyagamana, Samyakyoga, Atiyoga, Heenayoga lakshana and their management. Paschat Karma : Pariharya vishaya, Parihara Kaal Diet and regimen after Basti. Detailed Knowledge of Basti Vyapat and their management. Study of following Vishishta Basti: Piccha Basti, Ksheera Basti, Yapana Basti, Madhutailika Basti, Erandamooladi Nirooha Basti, Panchaprasrutika Basti, Kshara Basti, Vaitarana Basti, Krimighna Basti, Lekhana Basti, Sarvarogahara Nirooha Basti, Brimhana Basti, Vataghna Basti, Pittaghna Basti and Kaphaghna Basti.
Knowledge of Uttara Basti, Importance of Uttara Basti, Uttara Basti Yantra, dravya and their dosage in Uttara Basti. 10) Detailed knowledge of administration of Uttara Basti into mutrashaya (Intra Vesical) and Garbhashaya (intra uterine). 11) Basti karmukata (Mode of action of Basti). VII. Nasya 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Etymology, definition, introduction & Significance of Nasya Karma. Knowledge about dravya (Medicines) used for Nasya karma, Classification of Nasya in detail Indications and contraindications of Nasya Knowledge of dosage of Dravya (Medicines) and time of administration in different type of Nasya. 6) Nasya Procedure Purva Karma : Preparation of Patient. Pradhana Karma : Adminisitration of Nasya. Paschat Karma : Parihara Kaal, Diet and regimen after Nasya. 7) Detailed Knowledge of features of Samyakyoga (Proper), Ayoga (Inadequate), Atiyoga (Excessive) of Nasya and their management. 8) Pathya-Apathya during Nasya karma 9) Administration of Navana, Marsha, Pratimarsha, Avapeedaka, Dhmapana and Dhuma Nasya 10) Nasya Karmukata (Mode of action of Nasya Therapy) VIII. Rakta Mokshana and Vyayamopachara 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Definition, Utility and Significance of Raktamokshana, Knowledge of different Techniques of Raktamokshana Indications and contraindications for Raktamokshana Raktamokshana Karmukata (Mode of Raktamokshana) Basic Knowledge of Physiotherapy Knowledge of emergency management in complications such as Water & Electrolyte imbalance, hypo- volaemic shock, Haematemesis, Epistaxis, Bleeding per Rectum, Acute abdomen etc.
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Distribution of Marks 1. 2. 3. Practical Record Book Procedure Viva-voce Total Reference books 1 Charak Samhita with Commentary of Ayurveda Dipika by Chakrapanidatta & Jalpakalpataru by Gangadhara Sushrut Samhita with the Nibhandha Samgraha Commentary of Dalhana & Nyayachandrika Panjika of Gayadasa on Nidana Sthana Ashtanga Hridaya with Sarvanga Sundara & Ayurveda Rasayana Commentaries Ayurvediya Panchakarma Chikitsa Panchakarma Vigyan Illustrated Panchakarma Agnivesha 10 Marks 15 Marks 25 Marks 50 Marks
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Dr Mukundilal Dwivedi Dr Haridas Shreedhar Kasture Dr.G Srinivasa Acharya Dr. P.Yadaiah Dr. P. Yadaiah Dr. P. Yadaiah Dr. T.L. Devaraj Dr. R.H. Singh Dr. Vasudevan Dr. L. Mahadevan
Clinical Panchkarma (English) Prayogika Panchkarma (Hindi) Vivida Vyadhiyome Panchkarma (Hindi) The Panchkarma Treatment of Ayurveda with Kerala Specialties 11 Panchkarma Therapy 12 Principles and Practice of Basti 13 Clayton’s Physiotherapy 14 Teddy’s Physiotherapy 15 Harrison’s Principle of Internal Medicine 16 Guyton’s Physiology 17.Principles & Practice of Basti
Dr. M.R.V. Nampoothri.
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14. Ay. Jodhpur Dr K Leela JSS Ay. LUCKNOW Dr. College. SATARA Dr Basappa S. Coll. Thiruvanathapuram Smt S S Shinde Seth C. Kataria Government Ay. Ay. 24. Mysore Dr.S. 41. N. Prof. College Raipur Prof H H Awasthi BHU VARANASI Dr R P Misra Ay. College. Coll. Col. 20. 3. 8. Sanjay Pandit Bharti Vidyapeeth’s. 37. 31. Naszarapet Dr. of Ay. 7. 12. 34. HASSAN. College. Coll. Govind Raju U SDM College UDUPI Shiv Prasad Tiwari SSMD Ayu. 2. of Ay. 36. Cong. 29. 18. Jodhpur KRIYA SHARIR 38. VARANASI Dr. Ramareddy SV Ayurved College. Panjabi Bagh. Swaminathan Shri J. S. 26. of Ay. Nanded Dr. Maha.(Karnataka) Prof Shivmony Nair Sri Sri Coll. Rajasthan Ay. 17. Col. Ay. B. Udupi Dr. Sharma Government Ay. 42. BELGAUM Dr M C Bhatha State Ayurved College.K. Tripathi BHU. 27. Lucknow Prof. Banwari Lal Gaur Vice Chancellor University of JODHPUR Dr. PUNE 106 final UG syllabus 2010
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80. Dindore B. T. Uttamrao D. Kamlesh Kumar Sharma NIA . JAIPUR P. 50. D. BANGALORE Dr. NRS Govt. 54. S. Swaminathan Shri JS Ay. Govt. Ay. Mrs. G. Edarikode Dr. Bansal Govt. Coll. Ay. MYSORE Prof Dilp Kumar VPS Varier AMC. B.R. 77. Islampur Dr. Thakkar JS Ayurved College. Shivamurti K. Rangesh Paramesh Rajaji Nagar. 72. Sajitha K Sri Sri Coll. 82. K. 45. Mahajan AMC.S. 87. A.B. NANDED Dr. 75. 73. College.N. Ay. Maha. 58. Coll. Bangalore Prof KRC Reddy BHU. 74. Doddamani SDM College. Rajesh Sharma College of Ayurved. Jaipur Dr. Principal Govt.D Sangli. Govt. College.D. Ay. Kolhapur 66. 53. 57.
S. K. NIA. Pavan Kumar Godatwar NIA. Paprola Dr. 127. Rajanwal Dharam Pal Manjara AMC. 129. GADAG Dr Gopakumar Govt. Savarikar Ayurved college . Veena Sri Sri Coll. Kottakkal Prof Krishnan Nair Govt Ay College. Old Hubli Dr. JGCH AMC. Director IPGT&RA. 101. Jagadeesh M. Dwivedi NIA. Dalip Sharma Govt. MYSORE Prof. Joshi Ayurved Mahavidyalaya. College. Giriraj Mishra College of Ayurveda. Sholapur Dr. Gujrat Prof. Sarshetty Ayurved College. VADODARA Dr. 98. 95. Purad Shri DGM Ay. Maha. L.V. Ayurved College. 103. PUNE Dr. Ashwani Kumar Govt.M. Amle CSM Ay.
Dr. of Ay. 130. Bangalore Dr. Ay. Coll. 118. JAIPUR Prof. GADAG Dr. Patil Shri DGM Ay. 123. R.
Prof U N Prasad Principal Govt. Prasanna Shri DM College of Ayurved UDUPI Dr. Malathi Shri Kalabhairaveshwara Ay. Coll. 104. Medhavi Lal Sharma Govt. Jyotsna Taklikar LRP Ayurved college Islampur Dr. J. Shantabai K.R. College. 110. PURI Prof.S. Sarat Kumar Mahapatra Gopabandhu Ay. College. B. Ayurved Mah. Ay. Kollam Vaidya Shah Kisan Vithaldas PUNE Dr. R.Thiruvanathapuram
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119. 91. Dipali J. VPS Varier Ay. JAMNAGAR Dr. Banglore Prof. 90. AMC. 126. 116. of Ay. BIJAPUR Dr. Patel Parul Inst. 93. 109. Patiala Dr. 97. Vishwanathaiah Ramakrishna Nagar. Ay. 131. JAIPUR Prof. Vinod Kumar Gotecha Amrita AMC. Edarikode Prof. Vishnu Prabhakar Joglekar. 125.. Tilak Ay. Jamnagar. Bangalore Dr. M. Ay.88. 113. 94. Shri. College Trivandrum Dr. UDUPI Dr. P. 107. Med. College. Ayurved College Bellary Dr. Jaipur 108 final UG syllabus 2010
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111. S. Pradeep Nandgaonkar Seth G. R. VPS Varier Ay. B. U.
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. College. 172.Ay. MYSORE Dr. PUNE Dr. HASSAN (Karnataka) Dr. 143.. 180.G.. 135..Goud Shri Kalabhairaveshwara Ayurved Coll. Naszarapet Dr. Bangalore Dr. 138. Subhash Babu Govt. Satara Dr. Ay. NADIAD Prof. NRS Govt. Coll. of Ay.S. G.G. Coll. Manjush Rajgopalan IPGTR JAMNAGAR Dr. Adarsh Kumar AYUSH. 178. 140. Parmanand Upadhaya College of Ay. S. Bangalore Prof.G. Ay. PUNE Dr S N Gupta JS Ayurved Maha. AMC. V. AMC. 157. MYSORE Dr. JAMMU Dr..Kiran. D.Subbanagouda Ayurved Mah. Govt. Manipal Prakash Appasaheb Chavan Seth C.M. Dr.. 146. Dhiman IPGTR JAMNAGAR Dr. Vijayasarathi Govt. Dr. Kadlaskar Bharti. of Ay. 170.R. 148..H. Ay. Swathi KVG. College. Med. Ay. Sharadamani K. Jodhpur Dr. Col. of Aysh Banglore Dr. Hemant Khushwa NIA JAIPUR SHALYA TANTRA 171. N. 156. Gajanar Hegade Govt. 174. Makwana Amprapali Cinema Rojkot Dr. P. College Ollur Trichur Dr. 154. Kulkarni Seth C. Ay. A. 159. Naseema Akthar Govt. College. Bangalore Dr. N. Aruna Govt. UDUPI Prof. Ramchandra Shri DM Coll.N. College. Dole Bharti Vidyapeeth’s. Sumithra T Gowda Govt. Giri Ay. J. OLD HUBLI Dr M L Naidu Dr. S . College. S.. B. R. Vasthrad Govt. Coll.R. Murthy Govindbhai Ay. R. Anthneriya Govt. Thiruvanathapuram Vd. Ay. 160. Amrawati Prof B G Gopinath Sri Sri Coll. 134. Sullia (Karnataka) Dr. 173. Trivendrum Dr. 177. P. 149.P. V. 141. College. B Bharti Vidyapeeth Pune
SHALAKYA 158.K.N. JIAR. Ay. Prasanna Rao SDM Ay. T. Shakunthala Govt.133. Dilip Prabhakar Puranik Tilak Ayurved College. Pathak JS Ayurved Maha. R. College MYSORE Prof. Mutha Ay.M. Thomas . Nadiad Dr.R.S. Anupama Shinpi Tilak Ayurved Maha. College... Shantala Priyadarshini Govt. 139.V.C. 168.S. 162.. M. Coll. 145. T. 153. 151. 181. Ay. 169. Director Dept. Ay. 142. 155. Mysore Dr. Bangalore Prof. Bangalore Dr. Gadhia JS Ayurved Maha. of Ay. 179. College Bellary Dr. 165. A. NEW DELHI Dr. NADIAD Dr P.Bannigol Ayurved Mah. K. R. Anand Dr. G. Ramesh Govt. K. 137. Vijayawada Dr. Deshmukh Vidarbha Ay. Indore Dr. Mangalagi Govt. Mysore Dr.R. Ashtang AMC. 150. R. Kulwant Singh Retd. G. Hibare Govt. K. Lucknow Dr. Gopinath Govt. 167. College. Ay. Ay. Ay. Bangalore Dr Shripathy Acharya Muniyal Inst. 161.J. MYSORE Dr.) Dr. B. Ay. 147.
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Maha. PUNE Vd. Namboodri Govt. M. 206. 194. B. 227. Shukla Govt. Coll UDUPI Prof Sridhara B. 214. AKURDI Dr.HASSAN Dr.L Yadahalli Govtrnment Ay. Govt. R.Hiremath SS Ay. 204. of Ayurveda HASSAN Prof. of Ay. 190. Coll. Aurangabad Dr. 212. PUNE Dr.Ghorpade Sumati BS Ay. P.V. Neeta Mhaisekar CSMA. 199. V. New Delhi Dr. G. Abhimanyu Kumar. Satish B.AMC Vijayawada Dr. 229. College Bellary Prof. PURI Dr.R. Rajendra S. Ved Prakash Sharma. PG Coll.S. AMC Satara Dr. Singh BHU. Pune Dr. Bangalore Dr.182. JAIPUR Dr. Hadapsar Dr. VARANASI Prof. M. 205.MA. Thiruvanathapuram Dr.B. PURI Prof. Coll. 186. Anjali Jadhav Coll. Davangare Dr. Jaipur PRASUTI & STRIROGA 207. M. Mohite Bharti Vidyapeeth’s.M.. Ay. P.C.V. JAIPUR Dr. 216. Varanasi Dr. Sudhir Kumar Govt. Vinod Kumar Govt.
228. HAVERI DR. of Ay. KOPPAL Dr. College Bangalore Dr. Pradnya Sinalkar Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi Dr. Ay. 183. 226. Sanghi YMT. K. College. Vaishali Mali Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi Dr. Yadiah Shri R. 221. Aarti Mal Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi Dr. AMC. 224. 209.V. Prof. Ayurved college. Ay. Shreekanth SDM. PUNE PANCHAKARMA 213. Pune Dr. Ay.NRS Govt.S. 192. 218. 200. 185. H. 188. MYSORE Dr. Kamini Dhiman Govt. Vaidya Bharti Vidyapeeth Uni. Jaipur Prof. Shri DM Coll. PUNE Prof. B. Shweta Zade Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi Dr. 203. Richa Sharma Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office. Lakshman Singh BHU. Prakash Dave College of Ayurveda Jodhpur Dr. Mumbai Dr. Maha.T. 198. K. 220. J. Med. Pawse Seth C. RAIPUR Dr. 196. Manoj Vitthal Gaikawad Tilak Ayurved Maha. AMC. JAIPUR Prof M Ramesh Govt.A.V. Sujata Kadam Tilak Ayurved Maha. Paprola
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193. 215. B. Ramanathan Devraj Poothole TRISSUR Kerala Dr A I Sanakal Ayurved Maha.B. Appaji Rao Dr.M. Thiruvanathapuram Prof. U. 187.
Dr. K. 189.
Dr. Chaturbhuj Bhuyan IPGTR JAMNAGAR 361001 Dr.. 225. Radhey Shyam Sharma NIA. Meera Paranjpe Ashtang Ay. M.. Med. Ay. 197. O. Seema Ahlawat Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi 110 final UG syllabus 2010
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Prof.M. Mamata K. 210. AKOLA Dr.. Chandanmal Jain NIA. Hemant Kumar SDM Coll. Shailaja Rao. UDUPI Prof. 222. 191. M.
KAUMAR BHRITYA Dr B K Jaisingh Gopabandhu AMC. Huprikar Tilak Ayurved Maha. Mahapatra Gopabandhu Ay. Ayurved College. 217. AMC. 211. 202. Kamini Kaushal Ayurved Expert in CCIM Office New Delhi Dr.Savadi Shri Jagadguru. 208. Balakrishna Shetty JSS AMC. NIA. 184.