The term Samhita in the context of Ayurved indicates the ‘Classical Medical Treatises of India. This department initiates the beginners into the scientific foundation of Ayurvedic knowledge base which is documented in Sanskrit language. For better understanding of Ayurvedic medical concepts; Sanskrit is taught as a subject. Curricular details in all subjects of UG course is ultimately derived from ancient Samhitas only. Hence it is the nodal department & is connected to all 3 main examinations of BAMS (UG) Course.


• To boost interest of students in Samhitas.


The Department renders a basic foundation by providing sound knowledge of each and every structure of the human body. Not only a surgeon but also physician must be well acknowledged with comprehensive details of Anatomy.The dept. gives training to 1st year students on the human body itself (cadeveric study). Along with the latest advanced knowledge of anatomy students are also made aware regarding typical Ayurved concepts of Marma, Kalaa, Naadi. Department is also engaged in Post graduate (M.D.)


• The models, charts, ‘Marma electronic panel’, spacious cadaver storage etc. are the specialties of this department.

• Quizzes on dissected parts are conducted at the end of dissection of concern part.


The department deals with the subject ' Kriya Sharir' i.e. functioning of human body in its normal state. 'Physiology' is the base of 'medicine'. In this subject, students get introduced to very basic Ayurvedic concepts like Dosha-Dhatu-Mala, Pachana, Prakruti, Atma, Mana etc. If one understands the normal processes of body i.e. Kriya Sharir, It is easy to understand Ayurvedic pathological and pharmacological changes; and further Ayurvedic medicine. The students of first year (UG) are inducted into this subject through theoretical lectures along with practical experiences.


• Department conserves the same traditional method of recitation of Shlokas is followed.


Dravya Guna Vigyan is a science which deal with pharmacognocy, pharmacology, pharmacy and therapeutic of Herbal medicine. It is an important branch of Ayurved; as plant drug is the main tool of Ayurvedic treatment. Along with theoretical lectures,practical knowledge is given to students through live demonstration of medicinal plants in the herbal garden. It maintains a museum of raw samples of drugs of more than 200 species.


• The department maintains herbal garden near college and hostel, spread in 1 Acre.

• Total no. of species 250.


The subject Rashastra Bhaishjyakalpanavigyan deals with the knowledge of metal –mineral and animal sources of drugs as well as herbo-mineral medicines. It covers over 100 raw drugs and 9000 formulations for identification, quality, safety and pharmacological activities. This branch is ‘Backbone’ of Ayurvedic medical science, because it develops the thought process in the minds of students regarding a drug’s activity and rational selection of the perfect 'one' from 'many available'.


• Museum of Minerals and Metals used in Ayurvedic medicines contains many varieties of one specimen including rare specimens like ores of precious stones.


The term Nidana means diagnosis. It deals with the knowledge of examination of patient, diagnosis of disease, laboratory investigations for disturbed body mechanisms. It stresses more on practical knowledge which is based on strong theory. Students get hands-on experience of dealing with patients to develop clinical acumen. The department also teaches the experimental clinical pathology in the l aboratory.


• Roganidan Department plays major role in terms of laboratory investigations during health camps organized by hospital.


Swasthavritta is ‘Ayurvedic preventive & social medicine’. The department believes that healthy status depends on 4 levels – physical, mental, social and spiritual. Physical & mental Health depends on Dinacharya (daily regimen), Rutucharya (seasonal regimen). Social Health includes cure from epidemic diseases and occupational health. Spiritual Health is obtained by Yoga. Social awareness is provoked by teaching and practical training to the students.


• The department creates awareness for better health by organizing camps and Yoga programme for society.

• To propagate alternate medical sciences like yoga & naturopathy for maintaining health and curing diseases.


This department is related to the subject of Toxicology and Forensic Medicine. It is a spacious department with a very good museum of poisonous specimens & their antidotes and also weapons, charts and models of Forensic Medicine.Water pollution & air pollution are biggest confronts today. The toxic effects of the industrial remnants and waste poisonous gases and chemicals, hazardous effects of food additive s, colors, essences, preservatives, pesticides & chemical fertilizers and drug-induced toxicity are the new identified challenges. Practice of the various techniques mentioned in Agadtantra, helps to give us relief in these contexts.Vidhivaidyak (forensic Medicine) too, plays a vital role in guarding the safety of each individual in the community.


‘Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga’, a well established department, deals with gynecological & obstetric care. Ayurvedic Gynecologists take essential care of above said issues with safe Ayurvedic therapies and medicines.


• Ayurvedic local treatments are done here very routinely. They consists of Uttarbasti (intrauterine instillation of medicines), Yonidhavan (vaginal douche with ayurvedic decoctions), pichoo (medicated tampons for vaginal application); Basti Chikitsa (medicated decoctions & oil enemata).

• Free health check up camps in rural areas, once a month. Patients admitted from such camps receive excellent medical management at affordable prices.


The subject Kaumarbhrityatantra includes, Neonatology and Paediatrics of Ayurved. The fact that ‘Kaumarabhritya is the foremost branch amongst the basic 8 specialties’ of Ayurveda, highlights its importance. The scope of the subject ranges from conception of the foetus until late adolescence. The department O.P.D. functions on both Ayurvedic and modern Paediatric principles and treatments along with an immunization programme as advised by the Indian Association of Paediatrics.


• Child counseling and Parental guidance.


Kayachikitsa is the foundation for core Ayurvedic treatments, both shaman [internal medicine] and shodhan [purifactory medicine] like Panchakarma, Rasayana, Vajikaran etc. The department gives comprehensive training in application of Ayurvedic principles and methods of treatment of variety of diseases; endogenous as well as exogenous in origin. Instead of managing only symptoms, our physicians aim at balancing impaired metabolism at tissue level.


• Focus of the department is on treatments for Arthritis, Obesity, Diabetes and Skin disorders.


The department boasts of two fully equipped operation theatres along with an adequate bed capacity backed up with an efficient staff. The Ayurvedic techniques performed here are viz. Ksharasutra, Rakta-mokshana and Agnikarma .


• Ksharasutra medicated thread, is a great para- surgical treatment of Fistula-in-ano and piles and number of other surgical conditions.

• Agnikarma [Thermal cauterization] and Ksharkarma [Cauterization of tissues by some herbal and mineral substances mentioned in Ayurvedic classics] are practiced routinely.

• Jalaukavacharna [Leech Application] Ayurveda is the first to describe the medicinal value of Jalauka i.e. LEECH, which can be used in many surgical conditions. In this institute Leech application is performed regularly.


The subject Shalakyatantra deals with the diseases and treatment of Netra (eye), Karna(ear), Nasa(nose), Mukha(oral cavity) and Shira(head).Practical confirmation and assessment of theoretical knowledge is successfully conducted here in OPD and IPD.Some specific Ayurvedic procedures like Netratarpan, Nasya, Karnapuran, Raktamokshan are done in association with Panchakarma Dept.


• The dept. conducts special health camps related to ENT disorders, and eye check up camps, spectacles are offered to needy patients at minimum rates.


Ayurveda is known all over the world through it’s unique therapy technique termed as ‘Panchakarma’; a major part of Ayurvedic treatment. In the modern world everyone has to face pollutions of air, water etc., side effects of hybrid grains, fast food with preservatives, fruits & vegetables grown with chemical fertilizers as unavoidable part of living. Hence regular cleansing of body systems becomes imperative for prevention as well as for cure. Panchakarma includes five distinctive therapies viz. Vaman [induced emesis], Virechan [induced purgation], Basti [enema], Nasya [nasal medication] and Raktmokshan [blood-letting]. Panchakarma unit is developed in hospital where students get direct experience of Panchakarma procedures. The department is also engaged in UG training.


• Promising results are obtained in arthritis, respiratory disorders and skin disorders particularly Psoriasis.


The College houses a well-equipped and spacious library. Students make the best use of the library facilities to fulfill their academic and research requirements. The silent and peaceful atmosphere of the library ensures a studious ambiance.