About Global Institute of Ayurveda

About Global Institute of Ayurveda

Global Institute of Ayurveda (GIA) and Global Ayurveda Hospital (GAH) are approved by National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM), Ministry of AYUSH (New Delhi) affiliated to Gujarat Ayurved University (GAU) - Jamnagar. The institute and Hospital were established in 2014 by Shri. P.J.Mangrolia Charitable trust. It is located near the bank of Triveni-sangam river of Kasturbadham village on Rajkot-Bhavnagar highway.

The college campus is about 9 km from Aiidam and about 14km from the city. The atmosphere in the campus is pollution free, calm and in the presence of nature. Our campus is surrounded by farms and wildlife like Neelgai, peacocks is seen throughout the year.


  1. Classroom of 100 student’s capacity with audio visual / CCTV allotted campus.
  2. Library with 10000+ books with adequate sitting arrangement for 60 students at a time.
  3. Herbal garden with many types of medicinal herbs (300 + species).
  4. Fully equipped laboratories for practical demonstrations, dissection hall for cadaveric dissection is available with many cadavers.
  5. Well-equipped administrative block with Human Resource, student section to fulfill all the queries of students and staff.
  6. Air conditioned Auditorium with capacity of 400 for all cultural and academic programs like CME, Seminar & Conference.


Global institute of Ayurveda and Global Ayurveda Hospital has well equipped and well-furnished and organized all fourteen departments as per latest guidelines on NCISM

Samhita Siddhanta & Sanskrit Department


Department of Samhita Siddhanta and Sanskrit deals with teaching Ayurvedic Compendiums, Indian Philosophies (Bharateeya Darshna Shastra) and world’s oldest scientific language - Sanskrit language. It will be carried out by faculty members who are experienced in Samhita Siddhanta speciality and Sanskrit itself. As Sanskrit knowledge is indispensable for learning Ayurveda the department is also provided with an experienced Sanskrit faculty. Department of Samhita Siddhanta and Sanskrit is well known as ‘Basic Department’ for this Department plays pivotal role in instilling basic aspects of Ayurveda to the fresher students of BAMS course.

  • To firmly build base of Ayurveda for students in basic concept of Ayurveda.
  • To make students expert in reading and interpreting Ayurvedic compendiums.
  • To develop communication in Sanskrit language.
  • To establish a link between theoretical base of Ayurveda with its pragmatic utilization.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head - Vd. Bharat B. Sangle
    • Assistant Professor - Vd. Pallavi Dixit
    • Assistant Professor (Sanskarit) - Mr. Jaydev Gamot
    • Bio Statistician - Mr. Mitul Sindhav
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-28
    • Models-08
    • Departmental Library books-62
    • Specimens-40

Rachana Sharira Department


The team of Rachana Sharira department consists of highly efficient skilled teaching faculties. This Team is dedicated towards the holistic development of Rachana Sharir department in Global Institute of Ayurveda Rajkot. Our Department has spacious, well ventilated, fully equipped dissection hall for cadaveric dissection, specimen making and surface anatomy. It has ample supply of cadavers for students. We have well maintained specimen models, charts for study reference. We have departmental library with bone sets and books, which is always accessible to students for study purpose. Demonstration room is available for advance teaching methods as well as for traditional teaching methods.

  • One who has the knowledge of body (Sharira) is a good physician and he/she can bless the disease-free life to humankind. Rachana Sharira is foundation Stone of Ayurveda Building. Our goal is to make this foundation firm and strong.
  • We emphasize on making each and every student knowledgeable about basic concepts of Rachana Sharir given in both Ayurveda and Modern context by theory and practical.
  • To make them aware of applied aspects of Marma, Srotas Sharira so that students can practice specialist as Viddha Chikitsaka, Agni Karama Specialist, Marma Chikitsaka.
  • Embalming
  • Mummification
  • Specimen preparation and mounting
  • Model making
  • Brain removal
  • Video making for educational purpose
  • Applied anatomy & clinical anatomy teaching through OPD / IPD patients
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head - Vd. Minakshee Bagal
    • Assistant Professor - Vd. Manish Satani
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-67
    • Models-54
    • Departmental Library Books-53
    • Specimens-29
  • Anatomy Museum
  • Dissection Hall

Kriya Sharira Department


Kriya means Process and the study of processes in the Sharir, i.e. Human body is known as Kriya Sharir. In this department the students will learn about the various processes that occur continuously in the various organs and organ systemsin the body. The basic principles of Ayurvedic kriya Sharir will be studied andelaborated to properly understand the normal state of Doshas [humors], Dhatus[tissues], Upadhatus [secondary tissues], Dhatu-malas [waste generated from thedhatus], Malas [excretory products], Srotas [the metabolic systems of tissues],AaharPaka [Digestive process], Prakriti-Vikriti [the different somatic andpsychosomatic patterns seen in different individuals], Sarata [the features due to efficient Dhatus], Manas [the consciousness], Nidra [Sleeping patterns], etc. Along with the above the students will learn about modern physiological conceptsof the Cell, Hematopoietic system, Cardio-vascular system, Respiratorysystem, Digestive system, Nervous system, Musculo-skeletal system and thesense organs, etc.

  • Our department is committed to forge the students into highly professional clinicians with excellent knowledge about the human body processes.
  • Our Departmental laboratory is fully equipped with all essential equipment, instruments, chemical reagents necessary to train the students in different practical.
  • The students will also be trained in clinical techniques like Examination of pulse, Heart-Rate, Respiratory Rate, Blood pressure, Prakruti & Sara etc.
  • The students will betrained to clinically examine the patients as per the various organ systems in the body.
  • Model making
  • Brain removal
  • Video making for educational purpose
  • Applied anatomy & clinical anatomy teaching through OPD / IPD patients
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head- Vd. Vijay Telang
    • Assistant Professor- Vd. Pradipkumar Tiwari
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-77
    • Models-11
    • Departmental Library Books-51
    • Specimens-00
    • Kriya Sharir Laboratory

Dravyaguna Vidnyana Department


Dravyaguna Vidnyana or Ayurvedic Materia Medica or Medicinal plant science is a section of Ayurveda that deals with medicinal herbs.

द्रव्याणांगुणकर्माणिप्रयोगाविविधास्तथा। सर्वशोयत्रवर्ण्यन्तेशास्त्रंद्रव्यगुणंहितत्।।(प्रियव्रतशर्मा)
Dravyaguna is a science which deals with the Guna (Principles/Qualities), Karma (Action) & Prayoga (Therapeutics) of Dravya (Food substance/ Drug/Matter).

For successful treatment, appropriate selection of a suitable Dravya is very important. This can be achieved only when one has an in-depth knowledge of the basic concepts of Dravyaguna, which govern the Drug’s effect.

Dravyaguna deals with Pharmacodynamic principles namely- Rasa (Taste), Guna (Properties), Virya (Potency), Vipaka (Biotransformation) & Prabhava (Empirical/ Inexplicable principles) which perform their own actions.

This subject is divided into 4 branches-
  1. Pharmacognosy (Namarupa Vidnyana)
  2. Pharmacology (Guna-Karma Vidnyana)
  3. Therapeutics (Prayoga Vidnyana)
  4. Pharmacy (Bheshaja Kalpana)

The study of Dravya includes its identification (pharmacognosy), morphology, rasapanchak (Pharmacological action), Dravyasangraha Vidhi (collection of dravya), Dravya Shuddhi (Purification of impurities, toxicity), substitutes of herbs, dosage of drugs

Along with this students will study microscopic structure, active principles of herbs, adulteration & different formulations.

We have more than 300 species, about 600 plants in our herbal garden with good collection of wet & dry specimens in our Department. We also have a separate demonstration room with good collection of herbs charts.

Our students will have to prepare herbarium, conduct practical as per NCISM.

  • तेभ्यः सकाशादुपलभ्य वैद्यः पश्चाच्च शास्त्रेषु विमृश्य बुद्ध्या । विकल्पयेद्रव्यरसप्रभावान्विपाकवीर्याणि तथा प्रयोगात् ॥
  • The process of drug collection, understanding its properties, functions as per Rasapanchak is done by the Vaidya [physician] and then the drug is utilized as remedy after proper experimentation. This is quite similar to the drug research that is done nowadays.
  • This process of scientific thought will be taught to the students to enable them to become knowledgeable physicians.
  • Training for cultivation & conservation of herbs in our department
  • We collect the fresh-raw herbs as per requirement of our physicians & supply it to Rasashastra & Bhaishajyakalpana Department for further formulation for purpose of clinical use.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head- Vd. Mrunal Akare
    • Assistant Professor – Vd Riddhi Sardhara
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-86
    • Models-08
    • Departmental Library Books-51
    • Specimens-281
  • Dravyaguna Pharmacognosy Laboratory
  • Dravyaguna Museum
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Total Plants – 597
    • Total Species - 300
    • Total Ayurvedic Medicinal Pants - 530
    • Total Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants - 287

Rasashastra & Bhaishajyakalpana Department


Rasashastra & Bhaishajya kalpana department deals with Ayurvedic pharmaceutics. This branch basically deals with preparation of Ayurvedic medicines with application of ancient and modern standardized processing techniques for production of quality medicines from metals, minerals and herbs. The science of Rasashastra has trailed through the ages, contemporizing itself with the changing times and situations. The aim of our department is to build a strong foundation for future Ayurvedic physicians with proper knowledge of medicine preparation using sophisticated methods of pharmaceutical processing with specific standards. This will enable the physician to develop high quality medicines with high efficiency and safety proven for benefitting the society. Our department is well-equipped with a practical lab, pharmacy and a quality control lab with essential specimens, equipments, models & charts as per the guidelines of NCISM.

  • To produce quality physicians with experienced knowledge in Ayurvedic pharmaceutics.
  • To provide institute hospital with good quality medicines.
  • In Rasashastra students will get training in shodhana (purification), marana (incineration) like different pharmaceutical processing & preparations of metals and minerals like Parada (mercury), Abhraka (mica), Gandhaka (sulphur) etc.
  • Bhaishajya kalpana imparts training in preparation of highly potent medicines with different kalpanas.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Professor & Head - Vd. Mita Mashru
    • Assistant professor- Vd. Yogitaben J Jethava
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-33
    • Models-22
    • Departmental Library Books-60
    • Specimens-165
  • RSBK laboratory
  • QC Laboratory
  • Teaching Pharmacy

Roga Nidan & Vikriti Vigyan Department


“रोगमादौ परीक्षेत ततोऽनन्तरमौषधम्|”
(Diagnose the disease first, later go for treatment)

Roganidana evum Vikriti Vigyana, a subject comes under 2nd professional syllabus. It serves theoretical as well as practical knowledge regarding Nidana (cause & diagnosis) of diseases. It preludes on concepts of Roga-utpatti (formation of diseases) in Ayurvedic and modern modalities. Pareekshavidhi (Method of examination and diagnosis) given in the Samhitas (Classical text books) alongwith current laboratory and radiological investigations have paved new ways towards proper diagnosis of diseases.

  • To inculcate the students with causative factors, symptoms & pathogenesis of a disease
  • To explore and understand the numerous ancient methods of diagnosis as per the purview of the Samhitas.
  • To gain thorough theoretical & practical knowledge on clinical examination/Laboratory/Radiological methods for accurate diagnosis
  • To acquaint the scholars with preparation of various pathology-related working models as an effective way of learning
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head - Vd. Mohan Naik
    • Assistant Professor - Vd. Anand S
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-71
    • Models-12
    • Departmental Library Books-55
    • Specimens-00
  • Rognidana Laboratory
  • Hospital Vikriti vigyan Laboratory.

Agada Tantra Department


Agada tantra & Vyavahara-ayurveda or forensic medicine & toxicology is one among the ashtanga’s of ayurveda. Poison or toxicity has been studied since age old times and is still present between us in different forms and combinations. This branch deals with the detailed study of all poisons, identification of poison from source to detection & treatment. Food toxicity and treatment, weapons & ballistics, medicine & laws, IPCs of crime, types of medical certificates and study of death and changes in body.

Post mortem study was first landmarked by Sushruta under shava-vicchedana-pareeksha/anatomical dissection and marked for the start of postmortem study.

  • To teach the young medicos medical practise and laws / IPC sections related with it.
  • To be proficient in poison identification in day-to –day life and its treatment
  • To be aware of all medico-legal crimes in today’s society and laws/IPC sections related with it
  • To be aware of all occupational disorders in today’s era
  • Study of environmental toxicology and treatment of toxic diseases caused
  • To Establish OPD as per Guidelines of NCISM MSE UG 2022
  • Toxicological examination and treatment of patients.
  • We had initiated OPD for Agada Tantra
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Professor & Head - Vd. Jagrutiben Shanishchara
    • Assistant Professor - Vd. Preesha P
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-24
    • Models-20
    • Departmental Library Books-51
    • Specimens-211
  • Agadtantra Museum

Swasthavritta & Yoga Department


Ayurveda is the science of life and its prime aim is

प्रयोजनं चास्य स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्यरक्षणम्׀आतुरस्य विकारप्रशमनं च׀ (च.सु. 30/26)

To maintain the health of the healthy individual is first aim of ayurveda then comes disease cure. ‘Prevention is better than cure’ is the motto of Swasthvritta and hence it is the first & foremost of all ayurveda branches. It makes the above motto possible by applying Dietary regimen, Daily regimen and Seasonal regimen. If we compare swasthvritta to modern science, then it is close match with Preventive & social medicine. Formerly it was only swasthvritta but now yoga is also added with it. Practicing Yoga for a healthy life is necessary in this stressful life and we all know India gave the world ‘International Day of Yoga’. Personal hygiene, public- social hygiene, yoga & naturopathy as well as primary health care system are the different parts of swasthvritta subject.

  • We swasthvritta people also focus on health maintain by daily regimen.
  • We motivate everyone to follow Dincharya & Rutucharya in the society.
  • To teach young medicos to follow yoga & pranayama in day-to-day practice.
  • To teach young students preventive & social medical science.
  • In today’s era, addiction of tobacco, smoking & drinking has spread very much, so to form a healthy society is only possible with de-addiction. We run de-addiction centre (Special OPD & Counselling Sessions) to help someone who want to come out from it.
  • Rasayanchikitsa is one among the ‘ashtang ayurveda’. We run Rasayan Clinic to rejuvenate and increase the longevity of young as well as geriatric age group individuals.
  • Daily Yoga sessions for the IPD patients and their relatives.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head - Vd. Alpesh Sorathiya
    • Assistant professor -Vd. Snehal Deshamukh
    • Yoga Instructor: Mrs. Shital Avdheshkumar Singh
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-35
    • Models-18
    • Departmental Library Books-50
    • Specimens-112
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room
  • IPD & Yoga hall

Kayachikitsa Department


Kaya Chikitsa means the treatment of the whole body. This is the prime among the Ashtanga Ayurveda. This department is the terminal part of Ayurveda that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of variety of disorders like Jwara, Raktapitta, Prameha, Kushtha, Unmada, Apasmara, Vata-vyadhi, Kasa, Shwaas, Hikka, Pandu, Kamala, Udar, Grahanai, Krumi, etc. The modern aspects of arthritis and joint diseases, skin diseases, life style diseases, general medicine disorders, diabetes, asthama, hyperacidity are also taught by this department.

  • The main objective of Kayachikitsa department is to impart, teaching, training and practicing theoretical, practical & clinical knowledge of various disorders to the students.
  • The department also provides treatment facility and consultancy services to the patients attending OPD and IPD of kayachikitsa department.
  • Department conducts daily general OPD which is run by experts specialized in kayachikitsa. General OPD deals with diseases from the following areas
  • Koshtha Vikar [Gastro-enterology]
  • Kushtha [Dermatology]
  • Manas evum Mashtishka Vikara & Vatavyadhi [Neurological, Psychiatry & musculoskeletal disorders]
  • Shwaas-kasa-Hikka-Pratishyaya [Respiratory disorders]
  • Hridroga [Cardiology]
  • Sthoulya- Karshya-Amlapitta Vikara [Life style disorders]
  • Mutrakrichra-Ashmari-Ashthila Vikara [Nephrology and urology]
  • Sahaja Vikara [Genetics]
  • Endocrinology
  • IPD Service : The department provides In Patient Hospitalization to all patients with different diseased conditions. Various procedures of Panchakarma and Upakarma are prescribed in the IPD along with special life style planning diet and ways.
  • Special OPD : Special OPD for chronic kidney disease patients is operated by Dr. Vidhi Patel. She is specifically skilled in successfully treating kidney disorders by various skilled ayurvedic practices.

    Skin disease clinic is run by Dr. Tushar Kumar who yields result oriented work in various skin disorders by adapting comprehensive ayurvedic applications like Jalaukavacharana, siravedhana etc.

    Acute pain management clinic services are delivered by Dr. Saili Lokare who specializes in Viddha karma technique which provides prompt relief in pain in various diseases.

  • Medical Camp : Our department conducts free medical camps across various localities in Rajkot with free consultation by M.D. experts.

    Kayachikitsa department in collaboration with CCRAS AYUSH program has delivered free COVID preventive medications to different factory workers and other people.

    Kayachikitsa department was actively functioning during the COVID period. The department provided OPD for consultation and treatment of COVID and Post COVID conditions.

Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Professor & Head - Vd. Madhvi S. Hebli
    • Associate Professor - Vd. Tushar Kumar
    • Assistant Professor r- Vd. Swati Thakar
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-36
    • Models-16
    • Departmental Library Books-52
    • Specimens-42
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room
  • IPD

Panchakarma Department


Panchakarma is slowly becoming household name not only in India but also globally. Panchakarma is that unique part of Ayurveda in which there are five procedures (Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana), through which we can do स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्य रक्षणं (maintain health of healthy) and आतुरस्य विकार प्रशमन (cure the disease).

In general, people understand it as measure to improve quality of life and that which will deal with detoxification of the body and hence will increase immunity.

This department primarily deals in imparting quality education and training related to all the Panchkarma procedures. The students are given hands-on training on all the Panchkarma therapies through live demonstration. We provide opportunity to students to perform these therapies live on the patients.

  • Panchakarma awareness at grass route level in its real sense.
  • Healthy living through Panchakarma
  • Curing treatable disease.
  • Providing better living in incurable disease.
  • PROMOTE HEALTH : Vasantik Vamana, Sharadik Virechana. Emphasis on Panchakarma, it can be done in healthy to promote health and develop immunity through detoxification of body.
  • TREATMENT OF VARIOUS CONDITION LIKE : osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, asthma, paralysis, cirrhosis of liver, ulcerative colitis etc. through Panchakarma.
  • PROVIDING BETTER LIVING IN THE DISEASES WHICH CANNOT BE CURE LIKE : Cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke etc. through Panchakarma.
  • MAINTAINING BETTER HEALTH IN HORMONAL DISORDERS LIKE : diabetes, hypothyroidism, PCOS etc. through Panchakarma.
  • TREATMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS LIKE : OCD, PTSD, bipolar disease, depression, schizophrenia etc. through Panchakarma.
  • TREATING CHRONIC SKIN DISORDERS LIKE : psoriasis, vitiligo, dermatitis etc. through Panchakarma.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor - Vd. Milan Trivedi
    • Assistant Professor - Vd. Dishita Padia
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-22
    • Models-8
    • Departmental Library Books-61
    • Specimens-66
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room
  • IPD
  • Panchakarma Theatre

Shalya Tantra Department


The Shalya Tantra department of Global Institute stands for innovative, hardworking and efficient department with uniqueness of developing Shalya Chikitsa (Surgery) in present era. Sushruta, the pioneer of Shalya Tantra (surgery) has enumerated the Ayurvedic Surgery in his legendary text book of surgery, SushrutaSamhita by describing the pathology of many surgical diseases related to various body systems.

This department deals with teaching the various surgical conditions mentioned in Ayurveda texts and in modern surgical texts. The students will be given live demonstration of all these surgical techniques in our operation theatre.

The present era is developing fast and we have to update ourselves to cope with the surgical techniques necessary to cure the ailments comprehensively and play a part in the health of the society. Hence, as per the need of the present century and the world, implementation of the principles of the long-lasting surgical methods of Ayurveda is incredibly necessary.

  • To establish Shalya Chikitsa / ayurvedic surgery among society through proper teaching & learning to our students with practical exposure of various surgical procedures
  • We are running Shalya Tantra OPD & IPD and performing all kinds of Surgical Procedures in our Hospital since its commencement in 2014
  • We have round the clock M.S. Ayurveda Faculty present in the campus, Qualified Nursing & OT Staff and well-equipped Operation theatre and Indoor Facilities.
  • We are running various speciality OPD and Surgical Activities for Uplifting Ayurvedic Surgical Practice and building up confidence in students for the same like Proctology – Ano Rectal (Malamarga Roga) OPD; Urological & Bladder Problems (Mutraroga); general surgical diseases like Hernia (Antra-Vruddhi); Hydrocele (Mutra-Vruddhi); Appendicitis (Unduka-Antrapuchchhasofa) ; Cholelithiasis (Pittashmari) etc.; Vrana Chikitsa (Wound & Ulcer Management) ; AsthiMarma Chikitsa (Fracture & Vital Part Injury Management) etc.
  • Since 2014 to till date (May 2022) we have conducted about 1100 Various Surgical Procedures among them more than 100 General Surgical Procedures.
  • Each Year we conduct Mega Surgical Camp in July Month of Calendar Year since 2017. In this camp we perform numerous surgeries (18-20 Operations) within 2-3 days.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Professor & Head - Vd. Shreyas Bhalodia
    • Assistant Professor- Vd. Luvkrishnapal Singh Rathore
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-52
    • Models-24
    • Departmental Library Books-55
    • Specimens-53
  • OPD with well-equipped Examination Room and Dressing Chamber
  • IPD & Recovery Room
  • Advanced well-equipped Modular Operation Theatre

Shalakya Tantra Department


Ayurveda is a science of life, being practiced since thousands of years. It consists of eight branches; Shalakyatantra is one among them. Shalakyatantra deals with the diseases occurring in the organs situated above the neck. Its importance is ascertained by the fact that the main marma- Shiras and the sense organs like eyes, ears, nose are present in this part of the body. Among the Ashtangas, Urdhwanga chikitsa or Uttamanga chikitsa is explained as the best which is considering various ailments in the Shiras which is the seats for all the vital organs.

Department of Shalakyatantra is concerned with the diseases related to Ophthalmology, ENT and Oral cavity. This department possesses specimen, instruments and equipments for demonstration and teaching the students. OPD of Shalakyatantra is well-equipped with direct ophthalmoscope, autorefractometer, auroscope, snellen’s chart, trial frame set, dental chair and other necessary instruments for the investigation and diagnosis of the diseases related to Shalakyatantra.Different Kriyakalpas like anjana, seka, tarpana, bidalaka, pindi, karnadhoopana, karnapoorana, nasya are doing on OPD and IPD basis for different ailments. Different special medicines like nasya taila for khalitya and palitya, karnapoorana taila for karnanada and bhadhirya, karnadhoopana varthi were prepared under the department and using for treatment.

  • Promote unique concepts of Shalakyatantra to the students after attaining proper theoretical and practical knowledge and make them good Shalakya practitioners.
  • OPD and IPD facilities available for diagnosing and treating various Netra rogas, Karnarogas, Nasarogas, Mukharogas and Shirorogas
  • Operation theatre is equipped for conducting minor surgeries like Ear lobuloplasty, pterygium excision, etc.
  • Kriyakalpa room is ready to do various treatments like Karnadhoopana, Nasya, Tharpana etc.
  • Provides medical camps, awarness classes periodically
  • Seperate OPD is equipped with Dental chair and instruments for diagnosing and treating Dental disorders.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head- Vd. Kannan V S;
    • Assistant professor- Vd. Tanvi Modi
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-39
    • Models-08
    • Departmental Library Books-52
    • Specimens-12
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room and kriyakalpa room
  • IPD & Kriyalapa Room
  • Auto Refractometer Machine
  • Operation theatre

Prasuti Tantra & StreeRoga Department


Prasutitantra and Streeroga is a speciality of Ayurveda, that deals with Prasuti Tantra(Knowledge of Parturition) and Streeroga (Gynecological disorders). This focus on maintaining physical and mental health to women from menarche to menopause. The unique concepts of Prasootitantra and Streeroga are RajaswalaCharya( Regimen during menstruation), Garbhasamskara to acheive healthy progeny (Preconceptional care), Garbhini Paricharya (Regimen during pregnancy), Sootika Paricharya (Regimen after delivery).

  • To impart theoretical and clinical knowledge to students thereby promoting unique concepts of Prasuti Tantra and Streeroga for healthy womenhood.
  • OPD and IPD facilities available for treating Menstrual disorders (Artava dushti), Infertility( Vandhyatwa), Uterine fibroid( Garbhasaya Granthi), Ovarian Cyst (Andasaya Granthi ), Breast diseases (Stana Roga), Abnormal vaginal discharges (Asamanya Yonisraava), Menopausal Syndrome (Rajonivrittijanya Vikara), Polycystic Ovarian disease, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Gynecoligic oncology, Adolscent gynecology etc...
  • Facility for Garbha Samskara (Preconceptinal care), GarbhiniParicharya (Antenatal care), (Sootika Paricharya ( Post natal Care).
  • well-equipped Labour room for conducting normal delivery.
  • well-equipped Operation theatre for conducting procedures like ceaserian section, Hysterectomy, sterilisation, Polypectomy.
  • Provides Sthanika Chikitsa (Uttarabasti, Ksharakarma, yonipichu, Agnikarma, Yoniprakshalana,Yonilepana, Yonipoorana, Vesawara dhrarana, Varti dharana)
  • Provides Medical camps, awareness classes periodically.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head-Vd. Sheetal Joshi
    • Assistant Professor- Vd. Anjana A
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-70
    • Models-22
    • Specimens-00
    • Departmental Library Books-54
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room
  • IPD

Kaumarabhritya Department


It is one among the eight branches of ayurveda mentioned in our classics. It deals with the treatments of newborn, infants and children by adapting internal and external therapies in accordance with the ayurvedic texts.

We impart the knowledge regarding the cause, symptoms, treatment of various disorders of the neonates-infants-child-adolescent mentioned in various Ayurveda texts, primarily in Kashyap Samhita to the students.

  • Prepare the fellow graduates to cater to the health needs of the children
  • Catering to improve the immunity, intellect and overall health and development of the child.
  • Treat common pediatric ailments like fever, sinusitis, allergic conditions, indigestion.
  • Adopting traditional measures like Swarnamruthaprashana for overall development of child.
  • Treating successfully diseases like Cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, autism etc.
  • Adopting traditional Panchakarma in children.
Infrastructure of Department:
  • Faculties
    • Associate Professor & Head- Vd. Anil Srivatsa
    • Assistant professor- Vd. Abby Chako
  • Institute Departmental Statistics
    • Charts-70
    • Models-13
    • Departmental Library Books-51
    • Specimens-00
  • OPD with well-equipped examination room
  • IPD
  • Neonatal Chamber

Institutional Central Library


As gateways to knowledge and culture, libraries play a vital role in society. The resources and services that a library offers create opportunities for learning, support literacy and education, and help shape the new ideas and perspectives that are central to a creative and innovative society.

Our library has a huge collection of materials like textbooks, reference books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks along with Journals and CDs that are easily accessible for use and not just for display purposes. Every year as per data collection, the books in the library are updated in order to meet the user's needs on a daily basis.

  • Library’s goal is to provide access to information in all formats in order to support the teaching, learning, research and personal growth of students as well as staff members. With this the library will be responsive to user’s needs. Save the time of user is our prime objective.
  • Library will be ensuring that its user’s needs are meet within the shortest possible time. Library would be Respect all forms of knowledge for communication. We will use more technology intelligently to enhance service as well as protect knowledge to create the future.
  • Library Data:
    1. Total Volumes : 10343
    2. Total Titles : 1323
    3. Total Journals / Magazines Subscription Offline : 09
    4. Total E- Journals / Magazines Subscription Online: 05
    5. Total Newspapers Subscription : 04
    6. Seating capacity : 60 Students + 10 Faculties
    7. E-corner: 2 Computer with Internet facility
  • Section Wise Book :
    1. Sr Section Qty.
      1 Ayurvedic Books 7944
      2 Medical Books 0959
      3 General + Religion books 1430
      Total 10324
  • The following are tasks Library department is responsible for:
    1. Collect and catalogue Library resources including books, periodicals etc.
    2. Help User locate reference and reading materials.
    3. Maintain library records and ensure it is updated.
    4. Perform daily circulation including Issue-return, Reissue, on premises books issue.
    5. Regular audits of the information and inventory on file.
    6. Manage budgeting, planning and other activities.
    7. Oversee the check -out process for books and other resource materials.
    8. Clarify the use of library amenities and provide information about library policies to all users.
    9. Make sure the library meet the needs of precise groups of users including student, Faculties and other staffs.
    10. Assist in some physical labor projects that call for the moving of furniture,
    11. shelving parts, other heavy items, etc.
    12. Identify items that need new call number labels
    13. Identify materials that are in need of repair / preservation
    14. Collecting items that have been used within the library.
    15. Maintain the order of the re shelving carts
    16. Maintain the cleanliness and order of stacks
    17. Identify end panel labels that need to be replaced
    18. Identify and report Library requirements.
    19. Assist in weeding the stacks when necessary.