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  1. 1. Bharati Vidynpeeth Unrversig Fuffiff Au firade Accreditati*n by NAAC Facut3r *f $rurved SOUVENIRG LOBAL AYU RVED CON FERENCE & HEALTH EXPO 9, I0 and I I fanuary 2AA9 +
  2. 2. II{STITUTIONS OF BHARATI VIDYAPEETH Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune AGrade Accreditation By NAACr lledcd Colege, Pune e Dental College & Hospital, Pune o College of Ayurved, Pune . Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, PunerColegedNursing, Pune .Yashwantrao Mohite College ofArts, Science & Commerce (Jr. Sr. & Poslcraduate), Pune o New Law College,R.rre r Social Sences Centre, Pune r Yashwantrao Chavan lnstitute of Social Sciences, Studies & Research, Pune . Research &Da€aop.nerttCsteinPhamacutielscience&AppliedChemistry,PuneoCollegeofPhysical Education,Pune.The Institute of EnvironmentEifircafixl & Research, Pune o lnstitute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development, Pune r Poona College of Pharmacy, PuneeCoilegeofEngineering,Pune.lnteractiveResearchSchoolforHealthAffairs(lISHA),Pune oRajiv Gandhi lnstitute of lnformationTectrrcl-&Bictechnology,PunerGollegeofArchitecture,Pune.Abhijit Kadam lnstitute of Management and Social Sciences, Solapurr lnstibrte of Management, Kolhapur . lnstitute of Management & Rural Development Administration, Sangli . lnstitute of Management &Research, New Delhi r lnstitute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Pune oYashwantrao Mohite lnstitute of Management, Karade i/iedlcal College, Sangli o Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai o College of Engineering, New Delhi r lnstitute of Computer Application &Management, New Delhi o Dental College and Hospital, Sangli o College of Nursing, Sangli r College of Nursing, Navi Mumbai o MedicalCollege & Hospital, Navi Mumbai. Bharati Vidyapeeth - Higher Education (Under other Universities)Pune Kolhapurr Jawaharlal Nehru lnstit. of Technology (Polytechnic) o College of Pharmacy, Morewadi, Kolhapurr lnstitute of Pharmamcy (Polytechnic) o New Law College, Khasbag, Kolhapurr Bharati Vidyapeeth Kala Mahavidyalaya c B. V.s College of Engineering, Kolhapur-Morewadir Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Fine Arts Sanglir College of Engineering for Women Dr. Patangrao Kadam Arts, Science & Commerce Colleger Greps Process and Research lnstitute (Jr., Sr. and P. G.), Sangli (Sanglwadi)Navi Mumbai Matoshri Bayabai Shripatrao Kadam Kanya Mahavidylyar lnstitute of Management Studies & Research (Jr. & Sr.) Kadegaonr College of Engineeringr of Architecture a Law College, Sangli Collegec College of Pharmacy a lnstitute of Technology (Poly), Palusr lnstitute of Pharmacy (Poly) a B.V. College of Agriculture, Kadegaon, Dist. Sanglir lnstitute of Technology (Poly) Satarar lnstitute of Hotel Mangt. & Catering Technology o Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, KaradSolapure Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Social Work Higher Secondary Secondary Primary Pre-Primary EducationPune Kolhapur* Shankarrao More Vidyalaya & Junior College o Anandrao Patil Prashala, Belewadi-Kalamma, Tal. Kagalc Bharati Vidyapeeth Kanya Prashala, Erandwane r Bharati Vidyapeeth Prashala, Pachgaon* Bharat Ratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Vid., Kothrud o B-V.sPri., Pre-Pri.&HighSchool(E-M.)Kwadi, Kolhapuro Bharati Vidyapeeth High School (English Medium) Sanglie K. B. Patil Vidyamandir & Jr. College, Dhankawadi o B. V.s Multi Purp. Girls High Sch. & Jr. C., Kgaono Bharati Vidyapeeth Kariya Prashala, Dhankawadi o B. V.s Multi Purp. Girls High Sch. & Jr. College,Palusc B. V.s Pre Primary-Primary School, Dhankawadi r Shripatrao fl-atya) Kadam Prashala, Ambak (Chinchani)e Mah. J.PhulePrashala&Jr. College,Shindewadi-Welu r Abhijit Kadam Prashala and Jr. College, Amarapurr B. V.s Pre-Pri., Primary School, (E.M.), Erandwane o Shri Shiv Chhatrapati Mdyalaya, Snagar, Vihapura Bharati Vidyapeeth Prathamik Vidyalaya o Loknete Mohanrao Kadam Prashala, Soholio Bharati Bal Vikas Mandir o Bharati Mdyapeeth Prashala, Kotij Parisaro Bharati Vidyapeeth Pri. School, Balewadi Dist. Pune r Bharati Mdyapeeth Prashala, Turchi PhataNavi Mumbai c Padm. Vasantdada Patil Mdyamandir, Khandobachi Wadie Bharati Vidyapeeth High School (English Medium) o Bharati Vidyapeeth Pri. School, Turchi Phata (M.M.)o Bharati Vidyapeeth Primary School (English Med.) o Bharati Vidyapeeth Bal Mkas Mandir, Turchi Phata (M.M.)e. Bharati Vidyapeeth Pre-Primary School (Eng. Med.) o B. V.s lndustrial Training lnstitute for Girls, Kadegaoni Bharati Vidyapeeth Prashala & Jr. College (M.M.) o New Secondary School, Nerli Tal, Khanapuro Bharati Vidyapeeth Prathamik Vidyalaya (M.M.) c Hutatma Bhagatsingh Highschool, Ankalkhopc Bharati Vidyapeeth Bal Vikas Mandir (M.M.) o Bharati Mdyapeeth Primary School, Vitha Dist. SangliJawhar (Dist. Thane) o Anganwadi Karyakarti Training Centre, Kadegaono Bharati Vidyapeeth Adiwasi Vikas Ashram Shala Satarae Bharati Vidyapeeth Prashala, Jawhar e Gods Vally lntemational School, Panchganic B. V.s Pre-Primary & Primary School, Jawhar r Bharati Mdyapeeth High School, Panchganir Bandarkatha Madhy. Vidy. Majgaon-Tamhane (Raigad) o B. V.sAcademy Pri- & Pre-Pri. School (E. M.), Panchganie B. V.s Primary Pre-Pri. School Vikaramgadh, Thane o Housabai Mtthalrao Patil Prashala, KodoliSolapuro Bharati Vidyapeeth High School & Jr. College r Jaitai Mohite Prashala, Rethere Khurdc Bharati Vidyapeeth Prathamik Vidyalaya r Dr. J. W. lran Academy Pri., Pre-Pri. & Highschool, Satarao Bharati Bal Vikas Mandir
  3. 3. BHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY, PUNE FACULTY OF AYURVED ,d&r* w. ..eHLGtOBAt AN.IRVED CONFERENCE &HEAITH EXPO 9, 10, 11 JANUARY 2OO9 SOUVENIRDR. MRS. YASHASHREE V. JOSHI DR. SACHIN S. KULKARNI Chief Editor Co-Editor Asst. EditorsDr. Mrs. Madhuri Bhide Dr. Savita ArankalleDr. Deepa Ansanryadekar Dr. Sudarshan Bachhav
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  5. 5. rtgqfr skercrq, qdat ear qg*qrurrrq; rffi uvt, f+Sq qrq?filqrs {qc qsq*} dftKi -tlooo4 dtesaa%e,fu{@ ?*g*tv &**;-t $ff**, *, &p**at #r*4t ffA* %"/"a;.*) %*l,a*V*a %lor,**, oi6*q"#* -//0004 Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil President of lndia MESSAGE The President of India, Smt" Pratibha Devisingh Fatil, ishappy to know that the Faculty of Ayurved of the BharatiVidyapeeth University, Pune is crganising a Global AyurvedConference and Health Expc on the theme "Ayurvision for NextDecade" from January 9-11, 2009. The President extends her warrn greetings and felicitationsto the organisers and the participants and wishes the eventsevery success. ilAh- Officer on Special DufY (PR)
  6. 6. Message fro* C bancellor Dr. Patangrao Kadam M.A., LL.B., Ph.D. I am indeed very happy to know that our College ofAyurved is organ izingtheGlobal Ayurved Conference (G.A.C.) on 9-11 January 2009. At the outset, Icongratulate the Principal and the members ofthe faculty for this mega event whichwill go in the annals of our organization, as a very significant event. Ayurvedicsystem ofmedicine which is Indias ancient indigenous system ofmedicine has seenmany ups and downs. It is gratifying to note that its now being accepted not only inIndia but also abroad as a competent alternative to the modern allopathic system ofmedicine. When I established this college I visualized that we could contributesignificantly to revive theAyurvedic medicine system and bring its lost glory backand I am happy that this college has done sustantive work in that direction. As a Chancellor ofthis University, I have noted with a sense ofpride that thiscollege has carved out for itself an important position among institutions ofAyurvedic medicine in the country. A conference of such a large magnitude would provide an appropriate venueto the experts for an exchange of notes and views with each other. The deliberationsin this conference would be of an immense value to take the science ofAyurvedicmedicine still further. I do hope that this conference will be a landmark event, whichwill stimulate the minds ofparticipants to go deep in this area. uu,{ _- -1 Dr. Patangrao Kadam Chancellor-Bharati Vidyapeeth University Founder-Bhar ati Vidyapeeth, Pune.
  7. 7. e I*vtgrffisffit qrcfiq Rkr Hq qrAqRasFg TrftT @ F{R qc qfrqn q,iqrq qEriflTv*ffim **&*tiHs**f s}.A*il*pffiffiGxt nry{fus Sg#Tmf WSFII AF ilffitlt* *EQSH*. ffi*?dffi*WkkrxmdB 3*F*r1*$r*o**n€{ :{E$$A€G i am very glad to know t*at college of Ayurved running under Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune is arganizing a s*minar to establish Ayurved education as a global systern of medicine at internaticnal level. On behalf af CCIM, I extend my heertiest wishes for every succe$s of the seminar. Without bringing thc standards af the Ayurved colleges in ccnformity wilh the standards af the CCIM, it is not passible to make Ayurved educatian contempcrary. CCIM has made c*ntinuous effarts for last sile year for the same. CCIfr4 is reiliewing the syllabus & curriculum of U.6. & F,G. courses being e*nducted in Ayurved Cclleges. CCIM has als6 prepared the new PG diploma ccurses in 13 specialities . Earlier the syllnbus of U.G. & F.G, was ln Sanskrit from last 36 years" Which has ncw been lranslated from $a*skrit to *nglish by which Ayurved Educati*n may be extended throughout the world. Tc reform the Ayurved Education, the calleges which were nct fuffillinE the minimurn standards, th* admissian have been stcpped in such colleges. I r*quest to all the eminent pers*nafities and experts *f Ayurved ts extend their eo-operatian and lorward their valuable suggesticns to r*form the Ayurved Edueation, therefore, Ayurved educatian may be established at Gfabat level, Jai Ayurved-Jai Dhanwantri With regards {-*ry {Vaidya Raghunandan Sharma} Frqt*e : *t*s$ S"ex&F *", €qsg*. E$ ffi*se ffiFr : s*$ri{$* d;w r es*g*?s krq : E*sr:. ftgtr qqr e6&q *€. trsgq S r or+r*zrreres *f. : *t;E5,lnrtFrtuS*F.* +il*$rd* *bIFStr-*fS*S T*1,; 0it,Sf*s,l** F** I *6SF* Rrc. : A€3& rHFd Hegrer. Almor eor4.netn tRli.rfrffrl Tel:iler: 0t4l-glg0{B
  8. 8. Message fro* Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam It is indeed gratifing to note that Bharati Vidyapeeth University College ofAyurved is organising a mega event of GlobalAyurved Conference and Health Expo inJanuary 2009.It is noteworthy that ours is the only univesity in India having Medical,Dental,Ayurved, Homoeopathy, andNursing colleges, all in one campus. This collegeis one of the reputed colleges ofAyurved in this part of the country and it is a matter ofpride that the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has accredited the college as aresearch and development center. Ayurved is an ancient system of medicine in India, which was once verypopular. It is considedred most sacred and sages regarded it as means to fulfill all thepursuits of this world and beyond. Charaka Samhita defines Ayurved as the realizedknowledge of life and states four kinds of living in human being as Beneficial, non-beneficial, happy and unhappy. Knowing whatever is pleasant or unpleasant; andbeneficial, or harmful for the living being isAyurveds approach to Holistic Medicine. There is a greater realization of the usefulness ofAyrrveda in the new Hi Techgeneration facing multiple health problems, hence the need to revitalize it. Theobjectives of organizing this conference by our College and University are quite aptand go well with the pressing needs faced in the nascent world of nano technology andgive stimulation to research activities inAyrrved. I congratulate all those involved in the endeavor. I wish the conference to be agreat success. JI €s; ; €!r$*"*:*- "*-*F Prof. Dr. Shiv aJtraoKadam Vice Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune.
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  10. 10. Rafiv Gandhi University mdtaf naoQ ud;aerloof Health Sciencss sffi}srt$ ei$auqe;o3r rl(arnataka drnrt^l*l$ T Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore - 560 {}41. 4de g!gq6r, ?so$)Srld, rJc|l$.ra3: - 560 041 @ Sff.: 2S96 lgz8, Fax : 080-2S96 19?7Dr. S. Ramananda Shetty, M.D.s., e-mail : vcdrshetty@yahco.comVice-Chancellor No. PS/ft n008-09 27.*8.2{N}8 MESSAGE am wry hapyy b nste thnt tlw Faa*Ity € Ayuwd, Bharati I Vidyapeeth University, Pune is wg*nizing the Gtohal Agurced Conferenu u:nd Health F,xpa" during 9e andLle l*wary 2ffi9. I hupt this conferen& utill explare tfu ftsw di**resions wkidt inspires the growth of nations iredigerwas *tediml xience - Ayurercda, Trre Sffi;rwnir fui*g rete**d os tkis sccssirir, wiII fu hW *efsresting *d csrrins the infomatian whidtenligkteres t?te rerc,st rex*rdes in the freld *{ tkis #iuir* *eims" I f**r ttris sry#rt e#ity t# rercgrrltxletu *8 *ryaniws a*d wisk &* *nprenu * gr*nil f,r"{tr#$s. -5lrr* SHE?:rY $r. S.RAi{4AArAMA
  11. 11. Message fro* Secretary Shri. Vishwajit Kadam It is gratifying to note that our College ofAyurved is organizingamegaacademicevent namely Globel Ayurved Conference on 9-11 January 2009. Our College ofAyurved has earned reputation as a throbbing centre of education and research inAyurvedic system of medicine. This conference will definitely be a landmark in thehistory of this college. We at Bharati Vidyapeeth always considerrevival ofAyurvedicsystem of medicine, as one of the missions of our organizatton. We have spared noefforts increatingpropitious infrastructural setup forthis college andl amveryhappytosay that this college has now become one of the leading college of Ayurved in ourcountry. It is a matter of great satisfaction that there is a world wide interest in the scienceof Ayrrvedic medicine. The people from abroad have realized efflrcacy of Ayurvedicmedicine and they are turning towards it. This International Conference will bring theexperts in this system of medicine from different parts of world together and providethem opportunity to exchange their ideas, views and knowledge with each other. I congratulate the Principal and members of the faculty of this college for takinginitiative in or ganizing thi s c onferenc e. My best wishes in the succes s of this conference. Vishwajit Kadam Secretary Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune.
  12. 12. F Message fro* Executiae Director Dr. Mrs. Asmita Jagtap Ayurved is the most ancient Medical Science from India. Presently it has crossed all bars & reached over seas. College ofAyurved, by ananging such amegaevent - GlobalAyurved Conference & Health Expo - 2009 has put forth the importance ofAyurved over the world. I am very happy to be apart ofthe conference. This Conference will be a landmark inAyurvedic field. Health Expo is an event in which people may try for holistic medicine & approach it with broad mind. I congratulate allfaculty members for arranging such conference. Mywishes to conference. May it achieve all the success ! Dr. Mrs. Asmita Jagtap Executive Director Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation Pune
  13. 13. Chief Guest Patron in Chief His Holiness Sri Sri Ravishankar Dr. Patangrao Kadam Founder, lnternotionolArt of Living cenlre, Founder-Choncellor Bengoluru Bhorqfi Vidyopeeth University, Pune Patran Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam Vice Choncellor Bharoti Vidyopeeth University, Pune Gracious PresenceDr. Raghunandan Sharma Dr. Jayprakash Narayan Dr. G. S. Lavekar Presidenl, CCIM, New Delhi Vice President CCIM, New Delhi Direclor, CCRAS, New Delhi
  14. 14. r Our Inspiration Shri. Vishwajit Kadam Dr. Asmita Jagtap Secrelory Executive Direclori Bhoroti Vidyopeeth, Pune Bhoroti Vidyopeeth Medicol Foundolion GLOBAL AYURVED CONFERENCE AND HEALTH EXPO 2OO9 COMMITTEE Dn Narendra Bhatt Dr. Anand loshi Choirmon Orgonising Secreotry Deon & Principol Dr. Vilas Nanal Dr. Vijay Doiphode Co-Choirmon Co-Choirmon
  15. 15. From the desk of the Organizing Secretary It is o motier of immense pride for the Foculty of Ayurved, Bhoroti Vidyopeeih University tohost the Globol Ayurved Conference & Heolth Expo in the Dhonkowodi Compus from 9n-llnJonuory 2009. Ayurved is one of the leoding troditionql medicines of the Asion continenl ond is like onopen Pondoros box with genuine remedies to olleviste the oilments of the community, lt is nowgoining tremendous populority world wide ond this instigoied the necessiiy to plon such oninternotionol conference. - The conference oims to bring together ihe Ayurved froternity, the proctitioner, the ieocher,the student, the reseorchers ond the common mon of the some lime estoblish o strong sense ofbonding between oll Ayurvedic institutions ond work towords the globolizotion of Ayurved. We hove received on overwhelming response by woy of reseorch popers ond posters fromour delegotes on the vitol topics of our conference like Educotion, Life style disorders, DrugDevelopment, Moss Heolth ond Addiction ond Ageing Grocefully. The obstrocts of the obove shollbe exclusively puttogether in the form of o souvenir. l, os the Orgonizing Secretory om greotly indebted to our Honble President Smt ProtibhoDevisingh Potil for sending her messoge for the occossion ond Bhoroti Vidyopeeth Universityouthorities for extending theirwhole heoded support to the venture. Our co-orgonisers viz Vcidyo Khodiwole Voidyok Sonshodhon Sonstho, NIMA, BGA,IASTAM, ADMA etc hove olso endeovored to moke this o huge success. I om sure thot the Ayurvision for the Nexi Decode, our document highlighting ihe troditionolond modern systems of medicine sholl prove to be beneficiol not only to the Ayurvedicions but olsoio the entire monkind ot lorge. Dr. w_ Anond V. Joshi, Orgonizing Secretory
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  17. 17. BHARAil UDYAPEETH Ull lyERSlTY, PUIIE under act ( section 3 of the UGC 1956 ) Accredited by NAAC with A Grade Social Thansformation Through Dynamic Education Bharati Vidyapeeth, the parent body of Bharati Vidyapeeth University was establishedin May, 1964 by Dr. Patangrao Kadam. Within a short span of 44 years or so, 171institutions under BharatiVidyapeeth are imparting education from the pre-primary stage topost graduate stage. Also Bharati Vidyapeeth successfully runs a bank, consumer stores,a poultary & a sugar factory on co-operative basis and also Charitable Hospitals. Alongwith socialawareness, the educational institutions have achieved an acclaimed academicexcellence. Hence the Department of Education under Ministry of HRD Govt. of lndiadeclared a cluster of following institutions of Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune as Deemed to beUniversity (26April 1 996).Constituent Colleges of the University1. MedicalCollege,Pune2. DentalCollege & Hospital, Pune3. College ofAyurved, Pune4- HomoeopathicMedicalCollege,Pune5. College of Nursing, Pune6. Yashwantrao Mohite College ofArts, Science and Commerce, Pune7. New Law College, Pune8. SocialSciences Centre (M.S.W.), Pune9. Yashwantrao Chavan lnstitute of Social Science Studies & Research, Pune10. Research and Development Centre in Pharmaceutical Sciences & Applied Chemistry, Pune11. College of Physical Education,,Pune12. lnstitute of Environment Education & Research, Pune13. College of Engineering, Pune14. Poona College of Pharmacy, Pune15. lnstitute of Management & Entrepreneurship Development, Pune.1 6. Rajiv Gandhi lnstitute of lnformation Technology & Bio-Technology, Pune17. lnteractive Research School for Health Affairs, Pune.18. Medical College & Hospital, Sangli.19. Dental College & Hospital, Navi Mumbai.20. lnstitute of Management& Research, New Delhi;21. College ofArchitecture, Pune;22. lnstitute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Pune;23. Yashwantrao Mohite lnstitute of Management, Karad;24. lnstitute of Management, Kolhapur;25. lnstitute of Management & Rural DevelopmentAdministration, Sangli.26. Abhrjit Kadam lnstitute of Management and Social Sciences, Solapur.27. lnstitute & ComputerApplications and Management, New Delhi28. College of Engineering, New Delhi.29. DentalCollege & Hospital, Sangli30. College of Nursing, Sangli31. Collegeof Nursing, Navi Mumbai. (proposed)32. Medical College & Hospital, Navi Mumbai (proposed) These educational institutions caterto the educational needs of thousands of studentscoming from different regions of lndia and also abroad. Ours is the only University established under section 3 of the U.G.C. Act having underits umbrella institutions of diverse disciplines of professional, technical and traditionalcategories such as Medicine, Physical Education, Natural and Physical Sciences, SocialSciences, Commerce, Law and Humanities, Pharmaceutical Sciences, ManagementStudies, Engineering and Technology.
  18. 18. €ollege of AyumedEstablishment: The College wos estoblished in August 1990 by our Honble {ounder Dr.Potongroo Kodom. lt wos o modestbeginning with on ombition to reiuvenote the mosi oncient medicol science of lndio.Affiliation: Eorlier, the College wos offilioted to the University of Pune. Now, it is o constiiuent unit of Bhoroti VidyopeethUniversity, Pune.Recognition: T-heCollege hos been recognized by the University Gronts Commission vide their letter No. F I 1 5/95 U.3. bythe Govt. of lndio, Ministry of Humon Resource ond Development, Dept. o{ Educotion on26Ih April 1996. Aseporote Foculty of Ayurved wos estoblished in 1998. The college hos olso been recognized by Govt. of Mohoroshtro, Centrol Council of lndion Medicine &Deportmentol of AYUSH, Ministry of Heolth & Fomily Welfore, Govt. of Indio.Features:Library: The College houses o well-equipped ond spocious librory. The loiest books ond periodicols ore obtoined ondodded to the previous collection. The silent ond peoce{ul surroundings of the librory ensure o studious otmosphere.Herbal Garden : The College boosts o{ o well plonned herbol gorden thot includes severol extinct ond rore speciesof floro. The students ore ollowed to benefit from this gorden in context to the identificotion ond morphologicolPharmacy : The in-house phormocy in the college is toking shope by woy of monufr rcturing opproximotelyl 0Omost commonly used medicines using vorious stote-of-ort mochinery. Speciolized dosoge forms of minerol ondmetol medicines such os "Bhosmo", "Rososindoor", "Rosopottoli" ore monufoctured in the deportment occording totroditionol methods. Phormocy runs o well equipped "QuolityAssuronce Loborotory"Laboratories : The College hos fully equipped loborotories in 3 deportments,.to odd to its prestige : Shorir Kriyo,Rog Nidon & Roso Shostro ond Bhoishoiyo Kolpono. Some of the instruments thot deserve o mention ore Spirometer,Kymogroph, ECG mochine, instruments for onimol study, X-roy ond Sonogrophy mochines, Centrifuge, Sox letopporotus, Ovens, Furnoces etc.Museums: Five otherdeportments of the college, viz. S ho ri r Rocho no .I Drovyoguno AgodtontroI Swosthovritto Rososhotro ond Bhoishoiyo Kolpono. hove exquisite models ond chorts thot moke up o knowledgeoble museum. The students ore exploined theintricocies of vorious Ayurvedic topics with help of these involuoble ossets.TEACHING FACILITIES: ll ond lll BAMS students benefit the most from oll the OPD ond lPDs. There ore o good number of potients in theOPD ond IPD of the 8 deportments thus enobling conduction of bedside ond OPD. The students ore ollowed to ossistin minor operotive procedures ond perform severol Ponchokormo procedures ihemselves under the vigilonce of thesioff. They conduct cose ioking o{ the OPD ond IPD potients os per the cose-poper in their iournols. The PG.Students ore encouroged to hondle coses independently ond ottend oll the comps ond seminors conducted by thehospitol ond college. Assets such os TVond VCR set, OHP set, photogrophs, slides, video scopes, models, chortsetc. ore perfect leorning oids to the students.RESEARCH PROGRAMMES: The teochers ond post-groduote students of our college ore in the pursuit of reseorch in the form of voriousproiecis. All the foculty members ore involved in octive reseorch ond present their work in seminors ond conference{rom time to time. The PG. scholors undertoke one proiect eoch under the skilled guidonce of the sto{f, thus enhoncing thescience. Some of the proiects highlight the rising menoces of the society. e.g. Effect of Gutkho, effect of A.C. etc.Recently, ihe BhorotiVidyopeeth College of Ayurved hos been occreditotion os Reseorch ond Development centre bythe Dept. o{ ISM & H Govt. of lndio. The some hos given grond {or one proiect. Few other reseorch proposols oreunderwoy forfunds from vorious ogencies.
  19. 19. Bhoroti Vidyopeeth Medicol Foundotions Ayurved Hospital -l990. The Ayurved hospitol otioched to the College wos estoblished on 16th August lt is locotedvery close to the College in the scenic compus of Kotroi-Dhonkowodi. lt is spreod over 52,000 sq.ft. os ospocious 4 storied building, linked wilh 2lifts ond interconnected by ihe intercoms. lt is complete withproperventilotion, droinoge ond odequote drinking woter, lights ond generoior bock up. .Capacity : The hospitol hos o totol of 373 beds, ollotted to the vorious deportments.OPD Facility: There ore B seporole OPDs thot coter to the individuolistic needs of the potienis. Eoch of theseOPDs is complete wiih the lotest equipments to meet the needs of the potients. The Sholokyo OPD hosbeen divided into 2 ihe ENT ond the Ophiholmology sections. The Ponchokormo OPD performsvorious Snehon-Swedonodi procedures on on OPD bosis ond hos o seporote room of 430 sq.ft. forShodhon Kormo. The Stri Rog ProsutiTontro ond the Koumorbhrityo Tontro OPDs ore housed seporotely.The Koyochikiiso OPD too meets the expectotions of the potients ond coters to oll their problems. TheSholyo Tontro OPD boosts of on indigenously designed, Kshor Sutro drying chomber omongst otherbosic requirements.IPD Facility: The 373 beds of the hospitol hove been divided omongst the 6 deportmenis os follows :Koyochikitso-102, Ponchokormo - 48, Sholyotontro - 39, Sholokyotontro - 35, Stri Rog ProsutiTontro -5,l Koumorbhrityo Tontro -28, Rogo Nidon - 1 5, Swosthyo Rokshon - 55. This division is on thebosis of the terms ond normsloid down by the CCIM. The lPDs ore fully equipped with the lotestodvonced godgets ond instruments thot help in their smooth functioning ond ossure complete potientcore.Operative Facilities: The Stri Rog Prosuti Tontro, Sholyo ond Sholokyo deportments moke the besi use of ihe operotiontheoters thot ore monoged by well-troined stoff ond complete stote-of-ort equipments. Operotiveprocedures ore regulorly performed on o plonned oremergency bosis.lnvestigative Opportunities : The Rog Nldon ond VikrutiVigyon Dept. hos o 800 sq.ft. well equipped loborotory ond conducts thefollowing investigotions : Clinicol pothology, Biochemistry Serology, Microbiology, Ultrosound,X-roy. The well-troined technicol stoff, PG. students ond foculty perform oll the required blood, urine,stool ond sputum exominotions.Dispensing Facility: All the Ayurvedic medicines prescribed ot OPD ond IPD level ore monufoctured in our ownPhormocy. The some ore stored in cleon, oirtight contoiners in o 375 sq.ft. dispensory ond dispensed inoccurote doses.Community Services :I The hospitol conducis 3 heolth comps every month ond oll potients odmitted during the comp ore treoted free of chorge.I lt olso conductsAids Declorotion Compforodmitted potients.I lt olso runs o seporote Ayurvedic OPD ot the Bhoroti Vidyopeeth Educoiionol Compus, Erondowone.
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  21. 21. Active Teamurrork and Hardworkship College of Ayurved, B.V.U., Pune Caring llands Hospital Staff Ayurved Hospital,Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation, Pune
  22. 22. lfoga Training Camp 26th December to 31st December 2008 Bhoroti Vidyopeeth University Foculty of Ayurved is orgonizing o Globol Ayurved Conferenceunder which o yogo troining comp wos conducted in Bhoroti Vidyopeeth Educoiionol Compus,Dhonkowodi. The comp wos conducted from 26n Dec.08 to 3l " Dec. 08, under the oegis o{ MororoiiDesoi Notionol lnsiitute of Yogo, New Delhi. The esteem personolities Shri. Bol Mukund Singh ondShri. Monoi Kumor were invited frorn Mororoii Desoi Notionol lnstitute of Yogc io teach voriousimportont ospects of yoga like Asonos, Pronoyomo, Kriyos etc. The comp wos held in two sessions i.e.morning 6 o.m. to B o.m. ond in evening from 6 p.m. to 8 p...forthe convenience of people. The inougurotion {unction of the comp wos held on 26n Dec. 08 ot 5 p.m. ot the venue. Thecqmp wos inouguroted by the ouspicious honds of yogo guru, Yogonondo Dr. S. V. Ksrondikor{Director, Kobir Boug Motho Somsotho) in the presence of Principol Dr. A. V Joshi, Vice-principolDr. V. V Bholsing ond vice-principol Dr. S. M. Vedpothok. The comp wos coordinoted by Dr. V V Bholsing ond Dr. K. E. Shinde olong with the Deportmentof Swssthovritto. Around 300 delegoles from vorious ports of Pune, Mahoroshtro ond {ew delegotesfrom other countries were benefited from the iroining. ft* ffio f<<rr:rrs: r*qAz Recft-trrmq, "Fr .{-. rFfurqe c-grldat*u to*s.-. ::i:G & :* * € * *g t .* .t
  23. 23. ORGANISERS I Patron in Cheif I Honble Dr. Patangrao Kadam Founder & Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune I Patron I Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam Vice-Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune Shri. Vishwajit Kadam Dr. Mrs. Asmita Jigtap Se6etary Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune Exe. Director, B.V.Medical Foundation, Puner- l Chairmanl Dr. Narendra Bhatt I Co-Chairman I * Vaidya Vilas Nanal " V. V Doiphode , :" I Organising Secretary I Dr. Anand. V. Joshi, Dean & PrineiPal I CO.ORGANISER I e E.A.A. - EuropeanAyurvedAcademy- Italy {t I.A.S.T.A.M.-International Association for Studies in , Traditional Asian Medicine * B.S.D.T.S Ayurved College, Wagholi, Pune I Vn: P.Y Vaidya Khadiwale Vaidyak Samstha, Pune * B.G.A.- B.A.M.S. Graduate Association * - N.I.M.A. * GI National Integrated Medical Association A.D.M.A.- Ayurved Drug Manufacturer Association G Mahavidyalaya, Pune * Tilak Ayurved - - I Ashtang AYurved College, Pune ^ G Sumatibhai Shah Ayurved College, Hadapsar, Pune * Ayurved College & Research Ceflter, Akurdi, Pune * Padmashree Dr.D. Y. Patil Ayurved College" Pimpari, Pune Ayurved Vyaspeeth, Pune . I Steering Committee I ) Chairman t) Dr. U. B. Bhoite t) Members ) o Prin. K. D. Jadhav c Dr.V. N. Karandikar s Dr. S. N. Parchure .tii :: s Dr. Satish Desai * Dr. A. B. Jadhav I National AdvisorY Committee I * Dr. S. S. Savarikar, Mumbai o Prof Dr. Kulawant Singh, Jammu . Oversees AdvisorY Committee I IDr. S.F. Patil s Dr.Subhash Ranade *obr .P.H. Kulkarni * Dr. S.P. Sardeshmukli
  24. 24. Global Ayurved Conference & Healttt Expo Z00g ORGANTSING COMMITTEEJOINT SECRETARY: Dr. A. B. Patil Dr: B. B. Kadlaskar Dt Asmita A. lil/ele Dr. M. M. Deshpande Dr. A.B.More Dr:S.V. Pandit Dr. S.V.DeshpandeTREASURER: Dr. S. M. VedpathakSTATE CO-ORDINATORS : 1. Dr. Bannigol S.K. - Karnataka (N) 2. Dr. Lalitha B.R. * Kanrataka (S) 3. Acharya Vishnudatta Agrawal *,U p 4. br. Ajay Kumar Shanna * Rajasthan 5. Dr. Y.K. Shanta - Himachal Pradesh.ORGANISING COMMITTEE MEMBERS 6. Dr. U S Nigam- Madhya pradesh : Prin.Dr. Ranbhise Dr. R.P.Patvardhan Prirr.Dr. A. A.Shipurkar Prin.Dr. S. PSardeshmukh Prin.Dr. V. A. Saoji Prin.Dr. R.N. Gangal. Prin.Dr. A. M. Mali Prin.Dr. Mukund Erande Prin. D. P. Nerkar Prin.Dr. Ragini Patil Director Dr. P. K. Ranjekar Prin.Dr.S. N. Ojha Prin.Dr. Tapati Bhattacharji Prin.Dr. Meera Paranjape Prin. Dr. U.B. GajareCOMMITTEES SCTENTTFIC REVIEW COMMITTE Chairman: Dr. V.V. Doiphode Members: Dr. Vilas Dole Dr Vishnu Jogalekdr Dr. Tanuja Nesari Dr. Narendta Perdse Dr. Mihir Hajarnavis Dr, Mohan Joshi Dt Anand Barve Dr. Farah Rizwan SCIENTIFTC COIdilTITTEE ; In-charge: Dr. S. M. Vedpathak Members : Dr. Madhavi Mahajan Dr, M.A" Dhage Dr. Santosh Chavan Dt RahulGujrathi Dr; Yogesh Badve Mr, S. D, Nangare C OMMUNICATION COMMITTEE In-charge : Dr. A. B. Patil Members : 3: il;*;fili:r. Dr, Kapgate S-atita M. Dr. N. V. Khaitnar PUBLICITY COMMITTEE In-charge: Dr. S. S. Mohite Members: Dr. S. R. Gholap Dr K. P. Pawar .. Dr: M.B. Kulkarni Dr. Pritarn Fai: TRAVEL & IOUR COMMITTEE : In-charge: Dr. R.G Dole Members : Dr. P. D. Diwan Dn M, V Shiralkar Dt, Harshal Nikam ..........9 2 O..,..-.,..
  25. 25. l,Ayurved Conference &"&Heatth Expo 2009ACCOMI{ODATTON COMMITTEE : ln-charge: Dr. D. B. Kadam Members: Dr.nS. S. Mulik , Dr.,Medhane Dr. Nita NikarnFOODCOMMITTEET .r. In-chatge:, Dr.,A. B. Mory MembErs : Dr. V A. Joshi Dr. R. S. Pawskar Dr. R.,S. Kurnbhar . D. A. A. MukeSTAGE & CULTURAL COMMITTEE : . In-charge: Dr. Mrs. K. V. IndaPurkar Members: Dr. S. S. Bhutada Dr. M. V. Bhalsing Dr. Pr.D. PandkarPLANT EXHTBITION COMMITTEE Chainlan : Vd. P. Y. Vaidya Khadiwale In-charge: Dr. M. M. DeshPande Members : Dr. S. A. Khilari Dr. V M. Gokhale Pawar Dr. N, B. NangaresrALL coMMrrr# I.D In-charge : Dr. Asmita. A.Wele Members: Dr. M. S. Dalvi Dr. Nandini More Dr. SwatiGadgil Dr. Trupti PatilAUDIO- VISUAL COMMITTEE : In-charge Dr.S.V Pandit Dr. U. S. Kulkarni Dr. J. K. Terdalkar l Members Dr. U. B. Bhoir Dr. R. J. Kadarn Dr. Rachana ThepadeFUND RAISING & ADVERTISEMSNT COMMTTTEE : In-charge Dr. P. B. Kambale Menrbers Dr. R. V. Kadam Dr. Sanjay Babar Dr. Rokade B. M. Dr. Dixit Pankaj Dr. Y R. Badve Dr. D. S. Mulik Dr. P. D. Diwan Dr. M. V. Shiralkar Dr. J. K. Terdalkar Dr. U. B. Bhoir Dr: U. S. Kulkami Dr. R. J. KadamPANDAL & HALL COMMTTTEE : In-charge: Dr. V. V. Bhalsingh Members : Dr. R. P, Fatwardhan Dr. B. S, Deshpande Dr. K. E. Shinde Dr. M. T. Arora Mr. Abhay JoshiREGISTRATION COMMITTEE : In charge : Dr. B. B. Kadlaskar Members : Dr. D. L. Shinde Dr S. S. Ghare Dr. P. S. Sawant Dr. S. A. Dhurve Dr. S. V. Chavan Dr. S. S, Salunkhe Dr. S. G Satwde 3 e:..-........
  26. 26. GIob al Ay uru ed C onference & H eatth Expa2 0 0, 9 POSTER €S&IMITTEE : ln-charge : Dr, Mrs. Nandgaonkar J. A. Members Dr. M. P. Bhide Dr. S. M. Bachhav Dr. Deepa Ansarwadekar Dr, S. S. Arankalle Dr. Sachin Kulkami PUBLICATION COMMITTEE & RECEPTION COMMITTEE - In charge Dr. Mrs.Yashashree V.Joshi Dr. Madhuri P. Bhide Members Dr. Sachin Kulkami Dr. Deepa Ansarwadekar Dr. S. S. Arankalle Dr. S. M. Bachhav VOLUNTEER COMMTTTEE : In-charge: Dr. U. A. Vaidya Members : Dr. R.V. Kadam Dr. Sanjay Babar !r. jgale p. u. Dr. Dixit Pankaj DrY R. Badve KIT COIIIMITTEE : ln-charge: , Dr. V. M, Gokhale Members : Dr. S. S. Bhutade Dr, Sachirr Kulkarni Dr. Sarita Kapgate Dr. SwatiGadgilPAREI,LELL SESSION ASST. CO.ORDINATORS : Bharati Vidyapeeth University, College of Ayurved : _ Dn Prasad Pandkar Dr. Sarita Kapgate Dr. Pankaj Dixit Dr. Deepa Ansarwadekar Dr. Ttupti Patil -j B.S.D.T.S Ayurved College, Wagholi, Pune : Dr. Renukia- Cayal Dr. Sangeeta Kelkar Sumatibhai Shah Ayurved College, Hadapsar, Pune : Dr. Jayashree Tongaokar Dr. Maya Cokhale Dr. Ounvant Yeola Dr. Nilesh Phule Dr. Amit Avalaskar Dr. Nilesh Kulkarni Ayurved College & R.esearch Center, Akurdi, Pune I Dr. Sulakshana Varpe: College of Unani Medicine, Pune : Dr. Farah Rizwan ...........t 4 f.........,.
  27. 27. Ayurved. Conferenee & Health Expa 2009 | FROGRAMME $SHEDUIE IN BRIEF EDUCATIONAL REFORM$ 1) Fapers of $peakerq in Plenary $eseion t1 2) Ahstracte sf Poster Presentation 19 LIFE STYLE DISORDERS 1) Papers of Speakers in Plenary Session 29 2) Abstracts of Oral Presgntation 43 3) Abstracts of Pqster Presentation 67 . 4) Ahstracts for Souvenir Publiqation 8fl DRUG DEVELOFMENT 1) Ahstracts of Oral Presentation 95 2) Abqtraqts of Faster,Fresentatisn 111 3) Abstracts for Souvenir Publication L2,0 MASS-HEALTH & ADDICTION 1) FaperE of $peakers in Plenary$essipn LaL 2) Abqtract* of Oral Presentation , 127 3) Abstracts of Poster Presentation 1s1 4) Abstracts for Souvenir Publication 168* AGETNG GRACEFULLY 1) Papers of $peakers in Plenara,SeEeion L7t 2) Abstracts of gral Presentation : 182 3) Abstracts of Poster Presentation 203 4) AbstrEcts for $ouvenir Fublicatisn 2A3 Disclaimer The Editorial Board disclaims any responsibility or liability for statements made andopinions or views expresseed by authors and contributors and claims made by advertisers. "......."o 5 o..........
  28. 28. Glabal Ayurved Conference & Heakh Expo 2009 EDAY-ONE FRIDAY 9/II2OO9VENUE MainAuditorium- Dha9.00am -10.30 am. PLENARY I* EDUCATIONAL REFORM.SCttair Dr. Kuldip Kohli, Director ofAyuwed, Govt. of Mahlas}tra, Murnbai l. Prof. M. S. Baghel- VC-V.C.,|PGT& R, Jamnagar - An Urgent Need for Identity & Survival. 2. Dr.G. Gangadharan: Jt.Director, FRI-HT,Karnaffik - NewerApproaches for Global Acceplanee. , . , 3. DI.M.C. Sharma Direstor, NIA, Jaipu{ , . , - Implqmentation & Development.10.3Oam-12 noon INAUGTIRAL,CEREMONY : ,: , : i :12.00am-1.00pm. Panel Discussion : Proposals and Modalities for Educational Reforms : GainsinNext5year$? ,.r r.: : . .Panelists Dr. V. V. Doiphode Ex. Dean, Ayu..Faculty, Pune Uiniversity, Pune Dr. V.V. Prasad,birect,or, R.A.V., Delhi Prof. Dr. Kulwdrnt Sing, Chaiman EducationCorir. CCIM Dr. B"t. Gaur, Vice Chancellor, ft3j-6sthan Ayurved Uni. Jodhpur- Dr. U.C.Kqlkarni (Homeopathy); Pune Dr. Shariqu eZafer (Unani) tvtumUai; Prof. Dr Yashashree Joshi, BVUCOA, PuneCoordinator Dr. Yogesh.Ba{we,BVUCOA, Pune , : : Reporter - Dr. Rasik Pawaskar1.30pm - 2.30 prn LUNCHBREAK ., . :2.30 pm -4.00 pm PTENARY II; LIFE STYLE DISORDER$.Chair Dr. Jayprakash Narayan, Vice- President, CCIM . : 1. Dr. Shobha Udipi- Prof. SNDT, Murnbai - Nutrition: It builds body and destroys too..! 2. Dr. G. S. Acharya- Prof. Udapi, Karnatak - Life Style Matters: Ways to Keep Fit. 3. Dr. E. Surendran - Prof. VPSV Ayu. College, Kottakal, Kerala - Everything is in the mind : Disease and Health. ...........o 6 a.......,...
  29. 29. Gtobal Ayurved Conference & Healtlr Hxpo 20094-00 pm-5,00 pm PANEL DISCUSSION : Life Style disorders " Promising Solutions & ActionsPanelists Dr. B. T. Chidanand Murthy, Director, CCRNY Delhi Dr. Dilip P. Gadgil, Ex. l-tead, Dept. of Ayu. TMVU Pune Dr. Jagadish Hirernath, Cardiologist; Pune Dr. Ravidatta Tfipathi, Ex. Director;Ayurved & Unani Services, U.P. Dr. Shirole, MCIM; Mumbai Dr. Dr, Ghanshym Marda, Ayu Practitioner, PuneCoordinator Dr. Santosh Chavan, BVUCOA, Pune Reponer- Dr. Sachin Kulkarni5pm7 pm PARALLEL SESSION ; life style disorder I to lV (venue - 4 Seminar halls.)5pm. =7pm. OPEN SESSION FOR PUBLIC 1. Dr Jagadish Hirernath, Pune. 2. Vd. P.Y. Vaidya Khadiwale;Pune.7pm - 8.30pm CULTURAL PROGRAMME AND DINNERDAY.TWO SATURDAY IOIII2AO9VENUE Main Auditorium- Dhanwantari Hall9am-10.3Oam. PLENARY III - DRUG DEVELOPMENTChair Shri Ranjit Puranik- E.D. & C.E.O. SDL,Panwel, Navi Mumbai 1. Dr. Bhushan Patwardlran - ChiefAcademic. Manipal Edu. Inst.Blore - Product & Drug Development Potgntials fiom Ayurved 2. Dr. Narendra Blratt- Emeritus Scientiest, IRSHA, BVU, Pune - Developmental Potentials and Need for Innovation from Ayurveda 3. Dr. Hameed Khan- NIH, USA - The p-iscovery of AZQ Used for Treating Brain Cancer: A Development Model, 10.3Sam-11.30am PANEL DISCUSSION : HOw to Face the Impact of Regulatorv Issues on Industry Practitioners and Academia. ...,,......a 7 +..,.....,..
  30. 30. Global Ayurved Conference & Healtlr ENpa 2009 tPanelists : Dr. Lavekar G. S., Director, CCRyiS, Delhi Dr. Pradeep Nagrath, Ludhiana (Industry) Dr. Yogesh Bendale Ayu. Rasayani, (Industry), Pune. Shri Nimish Shrof, Charak Phanna. Mumbai, Dr. S.S. Savarikar, Prof. PotdarAyu.College, Mumbai Vd. Vilas Nanal, Ayurvedic Practitioqer, Pune; Dr. Shashank Sandu, Sandu Bros,Mumbai Prof. Dr. Asmita Wele, -Academics, BVUCOA, PuneCoordinator : Dr. Rahul Gujarathi, BVUCOA. Reporter: Dr. Swati Gadgil11.45 arn -1.30 pm : PARALLEL SESSION *.V;.VIII (4 seminar.halls)1.30 pm -2.30 pm LUNCH BREAK2.30 pm -4"00 pm PLENARY IV - MASS HEALTH & ADDICTIONChair Dr. B.K.Bh agv at, .Pune. L Shri Darshan Shankar -Advisor, FRLHT, Karnatak - Stregthening Self-reliance of rural cbmmunities in Primery health care. 2. Dr. Swati Mohite-Prof. BVLICOA,Pune-Mother & Child Care : Converting Potentials into Priorities. 3. Drl Sanjay Bhagat- Consuttant,,Muktan$an De-addicrion Centre, Pune - Treatments of diseases due tp addiction and strategies , for de-addiction4.00.-5.0Opm PANEL DISCUSSION : Instifutionalization of Ayuveda and Optimization of its Use in Health Care StructurqPanelists Dr. R. Govind Reddy, C.R.S. Mumbai. Dr. Mrs. Anuradha Karkare; Krupa Foundation, Pune. Dr. Uday Joshi, Ayu. Practitioner, Pune. Dr. Girish Welankar, Physician, Parabhani. Prof. Dr. Abhijit Patil, BWCOA, Pune. Dr. Sadhana Joshi, IRSHA, BVU, Fune Dr. Mihir Hajarnavis, TAMV, Pune ....".....+ 8 +"........-.
  31. 31. Global,4yurved Conference & Healtb Expo 2009Coordinator Dr. Minaj Dhage, BVUCOA, Pune. Reporter : Dr. Abhinandan Muke5pm -7 pm PARALLEL SESSION lX - XII (4 halls)5pm. - 7pm OPEN SESSION FOR PUBLIC: 1. Dr. Shirish Patwardhan, Pune. 2. Shree. B. K. S. lyengar Guruji.7 pm-8.30 put CULTURAL PROGRAMME & DINNERDAY-THREE : SUNDAI rl/112009Venue : Main Auditorium -Dhanwantari Hall9.00am-10.30 am : PLENARY V - AGEING GRACEFULLY _ Globally Acceptabl e SolutionsChair : Dr. Manoj Nesari, Dy. Advisor, Dept.of AYUSH, Delhi. : I, Dr. KSRPrasad-Ayu. PractitionerKarnatak - Issues of Neuro Ageing : Specific Ayurredic Approach. 2.. Dr. P. H. Kulkarni - Director, EAA, Pune-Pr-odupts & Practices to Prevent Ageing and How to Use It for All. 3. Dr. Manoj Nesari, Dy. Advisor, Dept,of AYUSH, Delhi. - Global Opportunities : Potentials and Research Needsl0.35am- I 1 .30arn : PANEL DISCUSSION : Ayurved and Ageing - What Could be Achieved in next 10 years : Proposal for an Action PlanPanelists : Dr. S.D. Gokhale, Director, CASP, Pune. Dr. V.N. Karandikar,Director, Medical Edu. BVU, Pune. Dr. S. B. Ranade, Director, AyurvedAcademy, Pune Dr. Prashant Suru, Ayu. Practitioner, Pune. Dr. Lenny da Costa, Physician, Goa. Dr. U. S. Nigam, Ayu. Practitioner, Ujjain. Dr. Ekata Romi, Dermatologist, Pune. Dr. B. G. Copinath, Adviser, Shri Shri Ayu.Collegg,Bangalore. Dr. Paras Shaha, Optholmologist, BVUCOA, PuneCo-ordinator : Dr. Madhavi Mahajan, BVUCOA, Pune. ...........+ 9 }.r.,........
  32. 32. Globat,.4yurved Conference & Health Expo 2009Reporter Dr. Savita Arankalle11.45 am -1.30 pm PARALLEL SESSTON XIII * XVIL30 pm -2.30 pm LUNCH BREAK2.30 pm -4.30 pm VALEDICTORY FUNCTIONHALLS FOR PARELLEL SESSION :Seminar Hall 1 Charak Hall Ground fl, College ofArchitectureSeminar Hall2 - Nagarjun Hall First fl, College ofArchifectureSeminar Hall3Seminar Hall4 Patanjali Hall 1" fl, Inst. of Hotel Managarnent B.V.U. Educational Campuso Pune Satara Road, Pune - 43 /,rrrqJrthr.l ....,,,,.,,a l0 a,,",.,.,..
  33. 33. :Y!:;;e6d inrl iltY.#bad ,:1:*i;ibE;ffi Educotionol Reforms Continuous siudy, exchonge of thoughts,knowledge of other opplied sciences supportive to Ayurved ond diologue with Guru ore the meons to enhonce intellect & understonding Tftrdreq{Id i[rE: q{trqrqdsrrq I effi-+qragfunurotrg: 1 UTd ritrdr frtoen*ern le
  34. 34. Global Ayurved Conference & Healtlt Expo 2009 $ Educcttional Reforms PAPERS OF SPEAKERS IN PLENARY SESSTONIdentity and Survival of Ayurveda- Problems and Possible SolutionsProf. M. S. Baghel- IiC-V.C., IPGT& R, Jarnnagarln current scenario of Globalization world becane a global village. Global demand for Ayurvedahas increased many folds which has created a peculiar situation for Ayunieda and particularly itseducation aspect all over the world. In India also, interest in Ayurveda is increasing due to variousreasons. Whole world is looking towards Ayuweda, but in lndia Ayurveda is still the second optionof the public.There is a general feeling that present generation of Ayurvedic graduates are not well-versed inAyurvedic fundamental principles and practices. Same time, students studying in U.G. & P.G. coursesofAyurveda feel frustrated and neglected due to present cuniculum ofAyurveda and in-efficiency ofteachers.Many scientists and Ayurvedic researchers have adopted the principle of Modern diagnosis andAyurvedic treatment which led to the reluctance for the proper understanding of Ayurvedicfundarnental principles. Modern scientific Institutions like- ICMR, CSIR, CDRI have workedextensively on herbal medicines from various angles and tlied to provide scientific basis for thepharmacological activity of herbs, resulting in inclusion of 30 herbs in IP. The modem pharmaceuticalswhich have patented various Ayurvedic products from herbal origin due to their legal cornpulsionthey are also trying to promote herbalism to get theirproducts accepted internationally. These factorsare contributing to a crisis of identity forA+urveda and ultimately cliallenging the survival ofAyurveda.The Indian scientists are unable to understand the problern that only herbs are not Ayurveda. Thereare nearly 8000 herbs in use in different countries however inAyurveda nearly 800 species are used.When these drugs are used with certain fundamental principles then only it is Ayurvedic practice.For understanding the problerns of Ayurveda we should analyze the reasons for the resurgence ofAyurveda. It is truism that "What you really value is what you miss, not what you haveo - JorgeLuisBorges. Developed countries and rich societies in India had the management for commonillnesses however they feel that present medical system does not provide the guide lines for healthyliving and spiritual awakening hence irrterest in Ayurveda is gr:owing day by day. The following fewreasons may be listed for attracting the urban and global population towards Ayurved, 1" Growing interest in vegetarianisrn brings people more nearer to Ayurved. 2. For the management of chronic incurable diseases following arsas are interesting a. Rejuvenation (Rasayana) therapy b. Management of life style disorders .....,.....+ ll o...........
  35. 35. GlobalAyurved Conference & Heultlt Expo,2409 I Educational Reforms c. Management of chronic and incurable diseases d. Management of adverse and toxic effects of drugs 3. Importance of individual, his constitution (Prakruti) in planning of individual diet plan, 4. Concept of horneostasis as basis of health in Ayurveda 5. Imporlance of sensible life style in harmony with nature, climate and customs. 6. Use of natural resources as medicine to which our body system is geared through predisposition. 7. Hazardous effect of modern chemical therapeutic agents. 8. Deep spiritual thinking of Ayurveda resulting respectful attitude towards nature and its ecological balance.Due to the deficiencies in the system even modern rnedical world requires help of Ayurveda infollowing areas: a. Str:engthening of irnrnune system b. Efficient detoxification systern c. Responsive inflammatory system d. Optirnal metabolic system I e. Balanced regulatory system f. Enhanced regenerative system g. New molecules for the management h. Harmonize the life forceDue to above qualities Ayurveda has became an extremely valuable com.rnodity for the world today, Ipreqi$ely because it provides what the world misses the most. $ The low-income developing countries rniss the modern medicinE becalrsethey aannot afford it wherqas high-incorne developed world miss the holistic wisdom implicit in Ayurveda. I The syrnbiotic mutually interdependent handicap of the two worlds of the worldx+ig1,rt, it is hoped, through TM, solve the global health qrises elucidated at the outset, even while giving a boost to the bottleneck stagnation in modern medicine -A medicine that , medicine desperately needs.Looking to the above qualities envisaged in Ayurveda global ulban population requires help ofAyurvedic medical system for the following areas preferably which are not available in modernrnedicine. Health care ...........(} 12 (}...,.......
  36. 36. Global Alturved Cartference & Heatth Expo 2009 t Educational Reforms Life style consultation Spiritual way of life ! Psychological consultation Rejuvenation (Rasayana) therapy Management of life style disorders Management of chronic and incurable diseases Management of adverse and toxic effects of drugsWorld wide surge forAyurveda has also created many problems forAyurveda which are dangerousfrn the identity and survival if not tackled properly. $ Demarrd for safety and effrcacy data of highest level citing various reports and regulation of the cotrntries using these rnedicines (JAMA), s Strict regulation of education, practitioners & pharmacies of TMs. $ Availability of authentic source material, over exploitaLion and non compliance of good agricultural plactices in the field of her-bal medicines. $ Cornrnercialization of trade of herbs leading to exploitation, adulteration, trade jealousies. $ Problems of IPR arising out of,world witte commercialization of TMs arrd praoices. $ Misuse of TM practices for sheer commercialization by non qualified or improperly qualified practitioners in various developed countries due to non availability of regulatory procedures. $ Regulatory nonns being formulated by various countries without properly understanding the fabric of TMs. $ Involvement of Modern scientists in deciding the policy noilu._s forAyurveda due to their lust for power and recogrrition without understandirrg the fundarnentals of Ayurveda. WhetherAyurvedic physicians of present day are competent to fulhll above requirements ofthe developing and developed urban society or rlot? Whether,Ayurvedic physicians are properlytrained to counter the lust so Jacks trying to capture mornent of globalization of Ayurveda? Thesolution of the problems lies in the cornpetency and design of tlie syllabus and curiculum taught tothe present day physicians in the Ayun edic colleges. The present curriculum being taught to Ayurvedicgraduates since last 25 years without any change has been criticized from all quarters since manyyears. C.C.I.M. and Govt. of India who are responsible for the same failed irr their duty badly resultingto piesent.status of Ayurvedic education in india.An ideal curriculum should be based on the following three important factors:- A cuniculum has to be timely - it should meet the conternporary as well as long tenrr requirements to be foreseen and
  37. 37. F Global,4jturved Conference & Health Expa 2409 Educotional Reforms It has to be relevant * relevant to all stakeholders including teachers, students and society . And it has to be puqposive i.e. should cater to learning objectives efficiently The present curriculum of B.A.M.S. course was devised in 1980 and since then it could not be and challenges revised whereas the word has changed much and the responsibilities, expectation, has decided that curriculum for the Ayurvedic pliysicians have changed enonnously. Even MCI in 1993 should be reuiseJ ev€ry five years so that after every five years every new batch is admitted with present day society new syllabus. However, present Ayurvedic neither deals with the problems of nor understands the problems of present day students regarding their learning ability and where they are not able understanding. Hence, present Ayu*.di. graduates find them in a quandary to practice,$;rveda properly. Same time due to inefficiency of thepresent dayAyurvedic teachers, principles. stuients are adopting foi u practice which is not as per Ayurvedic fundamental practitioners from Hence, for the survival of Ayurveda and create separate identity forAyurvedic with an aim to herbal medicine, it is essential to immediately revise present cufficulum ofAyurveda produce a Ayurvedic practitioner who have faith and understarrding in Ayurvedic fundamental principles with appropriate knowledge of modern medical fundamentals student centered and Teacher centered v/s student centered curriculum - the curriculum should be cumiculurn for the teacher should be facilitator. This will be possible in the sense of structuring purfor. of irrtegration it has to be problem based. There is need of dynamic continuum between be kept in mind research, education and practice. For the purpose following questions should Redundancy of the curriculum to be shelled off Integration of the remainder curriculum to be worked up .Disintegrationtobetransformedintoproblembased1earning . This problern based learning to be converted into competency based learning and . This competency based learning to be manifested through task basod learning It is this S level directiorr which is expected to be worked out for the pulposes of structuring of the curriculum. Innovation in preparation of cunicrrlurn is also required in following three domains Innovation in incorporation of curriculum lnnovation in teaching and learning processes and Innovation in the domain of evaluation as a whole culture and skill ,Ayurvedic teachers not only transfer infonnation or knowledge but also transfer because Ayurveda is a proiessional subject. Ayurveda in conventional classical setup was being required. In present era taught as Veda and for studying"any Veda knowledge of Vedanga was also for the theL are many other classicaf educational branches which have created their relevance incorporated inAyurvedic management of health and diseases, Among them yoga has already been currieulum but blending of following Indian Sciences inAyurvedic Health Care Practices is required L4 a. .......
  38. 38. ,fitutved Conference & Hea,Itl Expo 2009 I Educational Reforms $ Music therapy $ Spiritual Practices ! Astrology $ Vastu $ Cosmetology & beauty concepts $ Pakashastra $ Sexology is eagerly waiting for the help ofAyurveda in solving the health problems of human being, of India is ready to offer any sort of financial help for the development of Ayurveda as mtional Brand. We Ayurvedie peoples, C.C.I.M., Professionui orgunirations of Ayurvedic itioners have to respond to call of the time. lNow we have to perform ot we rvill perish., other steps for our growth and stability- Ayuleda practitioners who have developed their own innovative formulations and patient approaches should willingly publish their practical ideas,s. Increasing the quality ofthe existing colleges- an urgent, delicate, management issue.3. Field oriented professionalism should be voluntarily adopted.{ Researches in the area of fundamental principles should be conducted to expla in the Ayurredic fundamental principles to our students in modern scientific parameters.S Data collection and maintenance should be starrdardized irr all institutions. In pG institutes continued research works should be adopted instead of working on new topics every year, so that the work will be continued for more duration of tirne and on larger sample siee yielding genuine data.Reference : 1. Mishra Ved Prakash-innovations in UG curricula. A report of MCI platinurn Jubilee celebration, Il-12 October 200g ,/A,Ar/ ...........a I5 (}...........
  39. 39. Global,4yurved Cottference & Healtlr Expo 2009 t Educational ReformsEducational Reforms - Nerver Approach for Global AcceptanceDr. G. Garrgadhararr- Jt. Directoq FRLHI Kamataka got adapted toAyurveda as a Samhita was originated in the Gangetic plane but over a period of timeuil ou.. oriental region including Burna, Thailand and the Southern rnost tips of Srilanka. differentAyurveda is an eco ,p*"ifi. science of healing and health promotion. [thasbeen adaptilrg to texts of Keraiat iegions as per the clir-nate, flora, culture and rnind set of the people. The regionalviz."Sahasruyogu, Chikitsa Manjari, Yogamruta etc are the best examples of the regional adaptationofAyurveda.As the renowned physician of Maharashtra; Vaidya Ramesh Narralputs it, the whole spectrum ofAyurveda can be AioiA.A into three aspects of TA|WA, SHASTRA ana VVaVIHARA t. Tatwa: The subtler and deepest aspects the origin o{the theory ofAyurveda consists of the Prakruti Purusha duality and evolutionof the universe etc., only "Aptas" who are by definition true seers can gee it- " . . : : . 2. Shastra is the physical plain of the Tatwa in which the basic principles:1ry.*.d4 is explained. Panch Mahabhutha Siddhant,Tridosh theory etc. are part of the Shastra , at phenomenal world level. This is dre aspectwhich Charaka, Sushruta & Vagbhata etc.,havedocumentedandgiventotlrefuturegeneration. 3. Vyavahara: is the local adaptatiorr Of Tatwa and Shastra for the contempofary needs as per the various changing factors of the area , So education in Ayurveda has to take cue fiom this broad text of Ayurveda. One need not roor. ro, unl".rr"r ro, eyu*.da. It has to be region specific and should leave enough ";;;;1; space for the students to thirrk Ayurvedically and develop Ayurvedically The use of local flora, interpretation of local climatic condition$ and soil,types etq., should be part of this irlnovative curriculum There can be three levels of Ayurvedic education abroad l) For graduates in Modem Bio-rnedicine who wants to get into CAM through Ayurveda. 2) Health practitioners, Osteopaths and healers who are allowed to touch the body for therapeutic pu.por. and treat certainconditions. They need more of non invasive external manipulative ffeatments rather than intemal medicines 3) Also qualified people with evidence of experience in the field of healing. education. The There are many ilitiatives that are taking place abrpad in the area of Ayurvedicfollowing groups have done lot of work in this area *The 1) Mark Rosenberg * Rosenberg society for Holistic Health and Education European Academy of Ayurveda, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, 2) MauioofAthique _ college of Ayurveda, united Kingdom. 3) Antonio Morandi -$yurveda Point, School forAyurvedic Medicine ltaly. ...........+ 16 ]:....-.......
  40. 40. Global Ayuwed Conferercce &,Healtlt Expo 2009 I Educational Refornts 4) Califorhia School ofAyurveda * USA 5) Vaidya Vasanth Lad - New Mexico, USA. The syllabus for Moder:r Biomedical practitionels can be of 500 hours and 600 hours clinicalexperience and 1200 hours of self study with following broad areas and categories. This needs to beworked out in details. : 1) Introduction to holistic principles and perspective * Indian Darshanas 2) Basic Principles ofAyurveda 3) Ayurvedic Pharmacology and Materia Medica - about 150 plants 4) Pharmaceutical and Alchemical preparations - about 100 formulations. 5) Aetio-pathology and Diagnostics. 6) Panchakarma, Rasayana and Vajikarana 7) Kayachikitsa B) Specialty in clinical features ofAyurveda. 9) Prasuti Tantra, Kaumarbhritya and Shalya Shalakya 10) Ayurvedic Clinical Internship 11) Applied Research and Ayurvedic Professional Skills.All these topics have to be elaborated to separate rnodules with hour wise devision of topics.It is evidentfrom the followiitg words of Dn Antonio Morandi a great proponent of Ayarvedu inEurope, specifically ltsl), thatwe rteed to look into Ayurvedic education abroad much seriously.In Europe there is the need to adaptAyurveda not only to the local ecosystem and cultural environmentbut also from a political point of view. The medical tradition in Europois historically based on theroles of medical doctors and of therapist/nurse. Very close to what Caraka says in Sutrastana IX.Only UK and Germany government embrace the role of practitioner, all the other countries arelinked to MD/nurse scheme. Thus, with these premises a medical figure like the one proposed bythe BAMS program in India is not very likely to be accepted. A European education scheme inAyurueda has to follow the basic rules and logic of Ayurveda with the local adaptation and.has tofollow a teaching path acknowledged by European institutions. This scheme has to find supportfrom Indian govemment to be legitimate. Such a regulation of Ayurveda education in Europe hasmaximum importance since in the last years the popularity of Ayurveda has been linked to thefaslrion of new age, wellness and esthetic massages. This is a big problem that can jeopardizethename and dignity of Ayurveda. The origins of such a problem are from both European and Indiansides.Schools and formation courses are blossoming everywhere, mainly focused on massage techniques,of short duration, sometime very short and with teachers not adequate or without a verifiablepreparation, In many of these courses Ayurveda is mixed with otherlholistic" techniques in veryimportable combinations, with the main aim of quickly being able to practice something in thename ofAyurveda allows to make fast money.But a few.schools and institutions are trying to communicate the right message of Ayurveda as a ...........,o l7 a...........
  41. 41. FT Globtat Ayurved.Co,nference &,Health Expo 2A09 | Educational Reforms philosophy and a medical science but they are a minority, atrd they have great inequality in the program and syllabus that create confusion in the Govemments histitutions for which it is impossible to have a clear idea on Ayurveda. Europe has to follow adequate minimal standard that have to respect the tradition, the essence of Alrurveda and the local environmental, cultural and political needs. Besides the responsibility of Europe, there is also a responsibility of Indian Govemmerrt mainly regarding the teaching of Ayurveda to foreigners in India. Since, there are some Institutions which held courses for foreigners without any control on syllabus, program and quality. The lack ofattention of India to the status of Ayurveda abroad and to the teaching conditions for foreigners in India was determinant in creating this situation. F{enceAyurvedic education abroad needs to concentrate at three levels. They should not be lesser in content that of BAMS standard flow in Indian Universities under CCIM norrns. The essentials ofAyurveda as given in BAMS syllabus can be developed in the above fashion giving more importance and focus on health condition that are prevalent in the given country. As a policy there should not be any deviation for the content of Ayurveda that is given in Indian BAMS syllabus, The Physiology, Anatomy, Bio-chemistry etc., which are part of modern Bio medicine, need not be repeated as the students are from Modern Medicine. For other health practitioners the syllabus should be focused more on practical applications of Ayurveda mainly on Foorvakarrna and some aspects of Panchakarrnas. The whole spectrum of Panchakarrna should be allowed to undertaken only under the guidarrce of a qualified Ayurvedic Physician. rt{ri{rr-l ...........1 l8 l]r..........
  42. 42. Global Ayurved Conference & Health Expo 2A09 I Educational Reforms ABSTRACTS OF POSTER PRESENTATIONTeaching Methodology w.s.r. to Rasashastra and Bhaishajya KalpanaDr. B. B. Joshi Prof. & HOD Rasashastra and Bk. Dept.. Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubali.Introduction: Talking in the Class room is rrot teaching, merely hearirrg is not learning. Talk andlisten to lead the life better way" thus says al1 educationalist.Teaching is transfonrration of knowledge fiom higher level to lower level. It is a noble professionwhich increases and improves and brings changes in learners behavior.Teaching and leaming is continuous process of education and is self enjoyable.Objectives: Main objective of teaching is manifestation of divinity within self. This could be achievedwith S.PI.C.E.S - Student oriented P - Problem oriented I -Integral approachC - Community oriented B - Evaluation of Learners Outcome.These should be analyzed with S.O.TS - Strength of Science O - Opportunity T- Therapy/ teaching.When S.P.I.C.E. is co-combined with S.O.T. we getAmruta the Nectar i.e. Atmasantosha.Methodsr Traditional - GuruShishya ParamparaModern - Adopting all teaching aids. Like AudiovisualsFormal rvay of teaching - Adopting advanced techniques as pther contemporary medical sciences.Informal rvay of teaching * As lord Krishna taught Arjuna.Teaching MethodologyDr. Archana M.Patil, B.A.M.S, D.Y.A., Pune Dr. Vishal Agrawal, B.A.M. S., Khandbara (Nandurbar)Introduction: The existing teaching methodology for Ayurved fails to produce the fellows whollfulfiII all the criteria of Vaidyaby our ancient Samhita. In this globalization era, we arent able tostand as successful brands although weve worlds best science- Ayurved (science of life) as a tool.Aims & Objectives: To produce every student ofAyurved as best Vaidya for societyI{ethod: Experiential learning based on Nayi Taalirnsubjective educational method introducedby Mahatma Gandhi.Discussion: According to Ayurved each patient is an independent individual by its difference inDesh, Kaal, Vaya, Bala, Prakruti, Vyadhi, Dosh, Dushya etc. and we treat each patient by differentway. So while lear"ning Ayurved we must consider every person is different by its Brain capacrty,grasping power, puryose of learning, attitude, passion, socio-economic status, goals in life, etc.Ideally there should be different method for everyone. But its not practically possible. If we go ...........a 19 a........,..