Name : DR. A. R. V. MURTHY
Present Designation and
Address for Communication: Principal & Superintendent,
CVM‟s Ayurveda College & Hospital
New Vallabh Vidyanagar Anand, Gujarat 388121
Phone :(02692)-235063(R) 235051, 235052 (O) 09227445534
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website ayugj- cvm.edu.in
Date & Place of Birth : 17/05/1961, Arikere – Karnataka.
Religion : Hindu – Brahmin
Languages known : Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, English, Tamil, Tulu,
Gujarati, Marathi, Konkani, Sanskrit
Ayurveda : B.A.M.S., Mysore University, Udupi.
M.D., Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
Ph.D., R. S. Vidyapeetha, Tirupati.
Yoga : Dip Yoga., (B. H. U., Varanasi)
C. C. Y. P., (B.H.U., Varanasi)
C. C. Y. S., (Malladihalli, Karnataka.)
Naturopathy : C. C. N. S., (Vijayawada, A. P.)
Experience : G.J.Patel Ayurveda College & S.G.Patel Ayurveda Hospital
New Vallabh Vidyanagar
Principal & Hospital Superintendent
Prof. & H.O.D. Kayachikitsa since June 2005.
Gomantak Ayurveda College & Hospital –Shiroda, Goa.
Principal & Superintendent,
Prof. & H.O.D. Kayachikitsa, March 2003 - June 2005
S. V. Ayurveda College and Hospital – Tirupati, A.P.
Asst. Professor & Consultant Physician- Sept1987 – March 2003.
S.V. Institute of Medical Sciences – Tirupati. Modern
Super specialty Hospital, Ayurveda Consultant- treated
referred cases & involved in collaborative research 1995 - 2002.
Research Works Books 03 Research Papers 58
Conferences 87 Guest Lectures > 200
Academic Record :
o Secured First Rank in B.A.M.S.
o Won Gold medal & State Award for best performance in B .A. M. S.
o Won M. V. Shastry Memorial Award & Nambiar Memorial Award
o Invited to Japan to deliver a guest lecture in the International
Symposium on Ayurveda at Tokyo on in Oct. 2000.
o Delivered a series of lectures in different cities of Japan and India.
o Member, Governing Council,Chautar Arogya Mandal, Karamasad.
o Post Graduate Examiner in various Universities
o Formerly Member, Central Council of Indian Medicine
o Formerly Member, Board of studies, B.H.U., Banaras & R. S. V., Tirupati
o Formerly Chairman, Board of studies, Goa University, Goa
o Formerly Member Executive council Goa University, Goa
o Formerly Member N.S.S. Advisory Committee Goa University, Goa
o Formerly Member, Biotechnology Expert group, Govt. of Goa
o Formerly Member, State Medicinal Plant Board, Govt. of Goa
Special Interest : Neurology Psychology Panchakarma Rasayana Yoga
1. Psychological considerations in Ayurveda (Sanskrit)-VartaluruPublishersTirupati– 2002
2. The Mind in Ayurveda & other Indian Traditions Chowkamba Publishers Delhi2004
3. Rationale of Ayurvedic Psychiatry (Foundational concepts, Traditional practices and
Recent advances) – Chowkhamba Publications, Varanasi, (under publication).
4. Principal Contributor to the book – Principles of Ayurvedic therapeutics,
Sadguru Publications, New Delhi. 1995.
5. Principal contributor to the book – Ayurvedic Medicine, Sadguru Publications,
New Delhi. 1997.
1. “Sattvavajaya – The Ayurvedic concept of psychotherapy” Journal of Alternative Medicine,
Switzerland. Vol. 2, No. 2 1987 pp 117 – 122.
2. “The Concept of Ayurvedic Psychotherapy with special reference to Sattvavajaya”. Ancient
Science of life. Vol. VI No. 4 1987 pp 255 – 261.
3. „ASAVA‟ and „ARISHTHA‟ – Two essential denominators of the same fermented formulations of
Ayurveda-Journal of NIMA Vol XXIX1987pp 19-20.
4. Concept – „Viswaci Gridrasi cokta Khalli Tivra Rujanvita‟ – Journal of NIMA Vol. XXXI No.8
1989 pp 17-18.
5. “Medhya Rasayana Therapy in the management of Apasmara Vis-à-vis Epilepsies”. J.of
Research & Education in Indian Medicine. Vol. VIII: 1, March 1989, pp 13-16.
6. Concept of Prameha / Madhumeha – (Contradictions and compromises) – Ancient Science of
life: Vol.IX No.2 Oct. 1989 pp 71-79.
7. Kaphavatatmakavetau pittasthana Samudbhavau” Journal of Research in Ayurveda and
Siddha-Vol. VIII – No.3,4 pp 106-112.
8. “A Critical study of Ayurvedic concept of Psycho-pathological basis of Apasmara” Journal of
NIMA Vol. XXXII No.6 1990 pp 7-11.
9. Vardhamana Bhallataka Rasayana – different Schools of thought – Journal of AYU Feb.91 pp
10. Yama-Niyama and Ayurveda- Journal of NIMA Vol. XXXIII 1991 pp 11-12.
11. “Therapeutic studies on group Sattvavajaya – Ayurvedic Psychotherapy in the management of
Irritable Bowel Syndrome vis-à-vis Pakswasayagata Vata” Journal of Central Council of
researching Indian Medicine of SIDDHA Vol.X No. 1-2 pp 1-14.
12. A Systematic approach to the classification of diseases. Ancient Science of life. Vol. XII 3 & 4
1993 pp 338-350.
13. Ayurvedic concept of Hridroga – Its present relevance – Ancient Science of Life. Vol. No. XII 3 &
4 1993 pp 403-413.
14. Principles of Panchakarma Therapy – Principles of Ayurvedic therapeutics – Sadguru
publications 1995 pp 241-249.
15. Yoga – Definition, Antiquity and utility … Ibid pp 263 – 273.
16. Ayurveda and Yoga – Ibid pp 274 – 291.
17. “Sotha”, “Sopha”, “Swayathu” – A Critical Analysis Sachitra Ayurveda – Aug. 1990.
18. Brahmi – Mandookaparni and Indri – An analysis. Sachitra Ayurveda. Sept. 1992.
19. Gridrasi – a critical conceptual analysis Ayu – pp 24-29 Feb. 93.
20. Viswachi – a critical conceptual analysis Ayu – pp 14-16 Nov. 93.
21. Concept of Vatavyadhis and their Management. Ayurvedic Clinical medicine – Sadguru
Publications – 1997 pp 122-147.
22. Vatavyadhi -Vata Nanatmaja Vyadhi – A Conceptual Analysis. Ibid pp. 147-166.
23. A critical analysis of Ayurvedic concept of Gridrasi. Ibid pp. 191-199.
24 A critical conceptual analysis of Ayurvedic concept of Ardita. Ibid 204-223
24. Urological considerations in Ayurveda – APSOGUS Souvenir – 96. pp 3-8.
25. Etiological considerations in Ayurveda- Sanchaya -Monograph – S. V. Ayurveda College 1997
26. Ayurveda regaining glory– 4th Anniversary Souvenir SVIMS, 1997 pp 17-18.
27. Essentials of Ayurveda – Manhar Vidya Patrika – pp 21-23 June –97.
28. Dhanwantari – The God of Hindu Medicine – Bulletin of Indian Institute of History of Medicine.
1997-Vol.XXVII pp 1-14.
29. Pratidwandva/Pratipaksha Bhava – Replacement of emotions – An ancient trick for Mental
Health – Manphar Vidya Patrika Vol. I Issue 4-5 Nov. 1997 pp 42-43.
30. Rasayana – Science of Nutrition – Definition and Scope – Souvenir – National conference on
Rasayana and Vajikarana – pp 55-63, Dec., 98.
31. KHALLI – Versus Herniated Disc – an ideal example for Clinico Literary Research – Souvenir–
National Conference on Current Research in Ayurveda, Bangalore,Jan.99.
32. MANONIGRAHA – An ancient approach to Psychic healing – Souvenir; National Seminar on
Ashtanga Ayurveda; Feb. 99.
33. Pranarupamhi Manasam Tattwadwpah Vol. III No. No 1-2 Jan - Dec.1999
34. KHALLI vis–a-vis Disc Herneation Syndrome – Journal of Indians systems of Medicine and
Homeopathy Volume I, issue – 3 Jan. 2000 pp 7-11.
35. Bhasma ka A critical conceptual appraisal, Journal of Indian system of Medicine and
Homeopathy Volume I, issue –4, April/June 2000, pp 3-12.
36. Etiopathological Considerations in Ayurveda – Samskrita Vijnana Vaibhvam – Monograph –
RSV Series. No-71, April – 2000 pp 52-67.
37. Ayurveda the Science of Life – A Digest of Sanskrit Science Exhibition – RSV – August 2000 pp
38. First Insights into Respiratory physiology – A Digest of Sanskrit Science Exhibition – RSV –
August 2000 pp 9.
39. First Insights into Heart and Blood Circulation – A Digest of Sanskrit Science Exhibition – RSV
– August 2000 pp-10.
40. First Insights into Ischemic Heart Disease – A Digest of Sanskrit Exhibition – RSV – August
2000 pp 11-12.
41. Bhasmaka vis-à-vis Hyperthyroid State, Souvenir, conference on Thyroid Disorders, R.A.V.,
New Delhi, Feb. 2001.pp
42. Yoga Past & PresentSamskrita Vijnana Vaibhavam, R.S.V., March-2001
43. Mastishka – The Brain substance – Ayurvedic perspective Journal of Integrated Medicine,
Chennai Vol. I No. 3 Oct. Dec. 2001 pp 33-37.
44. Ayurveda back to future Renaissance Vol. II No. II 2001 pp 11-13.
45. Plants influencing Coagulation Ayurmedline. Jan – Jun 2002. pp 109 -112
46. Rasayana definition, technology and scope - Souvenir, conference on Thyroid Disorders, R.A.V.,
New Delhi. Jan 2002 pp
47. Recent advances of psychiatry in Ayurveda Souvenir CME on Alternative systems of medicine
for positive health Wardha – Feb.1 –2, 2002 pp 47 -59
48. Psychology of human foetus – Samskrita Vijnana Vaibhvam – Monograph – RSV – Series. No.
89. Mar. 2002 pp 112 –117.
49. Concept of Atman– Journal Saptagiri April 2002 pp
50. Concept of Manovahasrotas –J.of Integrated Medicine Chennai. July - Sept 2002 p.p 33.37
51. Urinary disorders – Ancient Insights Vis – A – vis recent understandings. Souvenir, conference
on Thyroid Disorders, R.A.V., New Delhi Jan. 2003
52. Vata Vis a Vis mind Samskrita Vijnana Vaibhvam – Monograph – RSV – Series. No. 89. April
2003 pp 114 – 118.
53. Vatavyadhis – facts, confusions and contradictions, Souvenir, Seminar on Vatavyadhis G .A .M.
& R. C. Shiroda – Goa .Jan2004 pp III/1-20.
54. Concept - Arde Tasmin Mukhrde vaa Kevale Syattadarditam – Souvenir, Seminar on
Vatavyadhis G .A .M. & R. C Shiroda – Goa .Jan2004 pp III/21-24.
55. A Neo classification of drugs used in Manasika disorders Souvenir, International Seminar
on Plant Medicine N.I.A. Jaipur Oct 2004 pp194 -208
56 Mind as viewed in vedic literature- Journal JIM oct 2003 No 3 pp 36 42
57 Ayurveda the ancient solution for current problems. Souvenir All India Ayurveda
Congress– plenary Jaipur September 2005 pp 138-149.
58. Aindri-Brahmi & Mandukaparni- Shodha Samgya, oct 2007 Vol01 No 4 pp 184 -7 Reva.
1. Concept Of Dreams In Indian Traditions- Journal- Shodha Samgya
2. Medhyarasayana – Ayurveda concept of nootropic and psychotropic drugs- Mahaswini.
3. Kroshtuka sirsha – A critical appraisal – Journal of NIMA
1. National Seminar on Maternity and Childcare, Varanasi, April,1985.
2. National Seminar on Tridoshas, Varanasi, April,1986.
3. II World Congress on Holistic life and Health, Varanasi, January 1987.
4. National seminar on Apasmara, Bangalore, February 1988.
5. National seminar on Madhumeha, Bangalore, January 1989.
6. Workshop on Medicinal plants, Tirupati, February 1990.
7. National seminar on recent Advances in Kayachikitsa, Varanasi, March,1991.
8. Seminar on Clinical Aspects of Ayurveda, Tirupati, march 1992.
9. C.M.E– Diabetes and it‟s clinical complications, SVIMS Tirupati Jan, 1993.
10. C.M.E. – Strike-Programme, SVIMS, Tirupati, August,1994.
11. C.M.E. – Radio - diagnostics, SVIMS, Tirupati, April,1995.
12. C.M.E– Laboratory Medicine in clinical practice SVIMS,Tirupati, Aug.1995.
13. Seminar on Functional Sanskrit, R.S. Vidyapeetha, Tirupati, Feb.1996.
14. Andra pradesh Neuro Scientists Meet, SVIMS, Tirupati, June 1996.
15. World Congress on Holistic Life and Health, Khozhikode, January 1996.
16. All India Seminar on Clinical applications of Panchakarma, Vijayawada, Dec. 1996.
17. 35th World Congress on Natural Medicines, S.V. University, Tirupati, March, 1997.
18. C.M.E. – Epilepsy - SVIMS, Tirupati, August, 1997.
19. National Seminar on Environment, Niamath Science Academy, Madras, Oct. 1997.
20. National Seminar on Raktajavikaras, Ayurveda Sastrajna parishad,Vijayawada, Nov.1997.
21. CME – Sandhivatam – Arthritis S.V. Ayurvedic College Tirupati Oct. 1998.
22. National Seminar on Amavata, Vatarakta, Sandhivata, Madras, Nov.1998.
23. National Conference on Rasayana and Vajeekarana, Udupi, Dec. 1998.
24. National Seminar on Astanga Ayurveda, Mudabidri, February,1999.
25. State level Conference on Teaching Methodology in Sanskrit, Tirupati, Feb.1999.
26. National Seminar on Functional Sanskrit, Tirupati, March,1999.
27. International Symposium on prevention of Coronary Artery Disease, Tirupati, Dec.1999.
28. National Seminar on Allergic Respiratory Disorders – Trivandrum, 12-14,May 2000.
29. International Symposium on Ayurveda – Tokyo, 5-7, October 2000.
30. International Seminar on Fundamental Principals of Ayurveda Koroiso JAPAN, Oct.2000.
31. Indo Nepal International Sanskrit Conference – Tirupati, 14-16, Dec. 2000.
32. National Seminar on Concept of God – Tirupati, 22-24, January 2001.
33. Ayurvedic Conference on Disorders of Thyroid, New Delhi, 12-13 March,2001.
34. National Seminar on Fundamental Research, SVAYC – Tirupati, 7th July 2001.
35. National Seminar on Sanskrit – Science, RSV – Tirupati, 7th Sept. 2001.
36. Sanskrit studies Curriculum Workshop, IIT, Kanpur, 10th Sept. 2001.
37. CME on Sanskrit Studies – RSV, Tirupati, 19th Sept, 2001.
38. International Symposium on Ayurveda – MGIMS, Wardha, 1-2 Feb. 2002.
39. National Conference of Academy of Psychologists, SVU – Tirupati 26-27th Feb. 2002.
40. National Ayurveda Conference on Rasayana – RAV – New Delhi, 25- 26 March 2002.
41. 15th Annual conference of ISARCON – Tirupati 10th, 11th Oct. 2002.
42. Gamantak Viswasammelan - Pan Jim. 3rd - 5th Jan 2004
43. Multi faculty Goa Uni. meet for oral medicine PanJim 21st Jan 2004.
44. National Seminar on Vatavyadhis – Shiroda Goa 24th - 25th Jan 2004.
45. Terminology Seminar-Manipal, 3-5th March 2004
46. Terminology Seminar Hassan 12 -14 sept 2005
47. Terminology Seminar-Jaipur, 14-16th Sept. 2004
48. Science and technology work shop Ahmadabad 2- 5 Jan 2005
49. 16th Annual confer. of Academy Oral Medicine & Radiology 14 -16 Jan 2005
50. Terminology Seminar Goa 23 -24 Jan 2005
51. Terminology Seminar Kottakal 28 -30 Jan 2005
52. Work shop on Medicinal Plants GOA 22 Feb 2005
53. All India Ayurveda Congress– Plenary session Jaipur 27 -28 Sept.2005
54. International Seminar on Ayurveda – GAU Jamnagar , 5- 7 Jan 2006.
55. All India Ayuveda Congress- Gujarat Chapter Anand 19-20 October 2006.
56. All India kalidasa Samaroha – Ujjain 1-7 Nov,2006.
57. Executive Training in Value added Education- Mount Abu 21-26 Nov 2006
58. Gujarat Pradesh Ayurveda Sammelan -Anand 18-19Nov 2006
59. Office Automation – New Vidyanagar- 15 Jan -24 Feb 2007
60. Training Programme for Principals- Indian Institute of Management – Ahmd. 10-11 Mar.07
61. Interactive Workshop on Ayurveda on Urinary Disorders – Bhopal 13- 14 Mar.07
62. National Seminar on Evidence Based Ayurveda & Biomedical Research, Sevagram 7-8th, Sept 07
63. Workshop on Enhancing Teachers Effectiveness” on 19th-23rd Jul 2007”, Waymade College, Vidyanagar
64. Patho Physiology of pain 27th Oct. 2007 Medical College Karamsad
65. Seminar on Medicinal Plants 30th Oct. 2007 Agriculture University Anand
66. Workshop on Cognitive Language Skills for 21st Century, 1st Nov 2007, Inst of English Training, V V Nagar
67. All India Sanskrit congress on Kalidas’s works - 21-27th November 2007 Ujjain
68. National workshop on Ayurveda and Siddha for Geriatric health care, 23rd -24th Jan 2008, New Delhi.
69. Workshop- Research Methodology in Hospitality& Tourism Management, 27-h-28th Jan 08, Vidyanagar
70 Interactive Workshop on Ayurveda on Joint Disorders – Tirupati, 24- 26 Mar.08
71 CME on Xenobiotics 25th May 2008 Medical College Karamsad
72 CME on – Epilepsy - 14th June 2008 SDM Ayurveda College Hassan
73 CME on –Cancer 27th Nov 2008 GJ Patel Ayurveda College New Vidyanagar
74 3rd World Ayurveda Congress, 16 -21 Dec 2008 NIA Jaipur
75 CME on – Disease management in Ayurveda - 29th Dec 2008 GJP Ayurveda College New V.V,nagar
76 National workshop on Syllabus Review , 17rd -20th Feb 2009, Bangalore.
78 CME on – Disease management in Ayurveda - 18th Mar 2009 GJP Ayurveda College New V.V,nagar
79 Symposium on Recent Advances in Ayurveda -19th Apr. 2009 GJP Ayurveda Col. New V.V,nagar
80. National conference on Ayurveda – 6th & 7th June 2009, Rajkot
81. 17th National Conference on Mind body Medicine -26th to 30th July 2009, Mount Abu
82 Seminar cum Exhibition on Amla – 4th August 2009, Vadodara
83 Terminology Seminar on Vata Vyadhis – 23rd to 25th Sept. 2009, New V.V. Nagar
84 Seminar on establishment of :Ayurveda mental Health research Institute 28 Nov- NIMHANS Bangalore
85 ROTP organized by GCIM Bangalore under Dept of AYUSH New Delhi, 26 Feb. 2010- Bangalore
86Terminology Seminar on– Aristavigyaniyam 13th to 15th March 2010, New V.V. Nagar
87 CME on – Panchakarma & Pharmacy – 16th July 2010 GJP Ayurveda College New V.V,nagar
Education - Experience -Academics
Name & Address Date of Birth Qualifications Class Year of
Dr. A.R.V. Murthy 17-05-61 B.A.M.S. Udipi I Rank 1983
Principal & Hospital
Superintendent M.D,(BHU) Varanasi 1987
G. J. Patel Ayurveda College
New Vidyanagar Anand Ph.D. Tirupati 1999
Gujarat Pin: 388 121
Dip. Yoga. Varanasi 1987
C.C.Y.S. M.Halli 1983
C.C.Y.P. Varanasi, 1984
C.C.N.S. VIjayawada 1989
Sr. Designation Department Institute Period Duration
1 Lecturer Kayachikitsa S.V.Ayurveda College, 26/09/1987 4 Years &
Tirupati 19/06/1992 9 Months
2 Asst. Prof. Kayachikitsa S.V.Ayurveda College, 20/06/1992 10 Years &
Tirupati 26/03/2003 9 Months
3 Principal & Gomantak Ayurveda 27/03/2003 2 Years &
Superintendent College & Hospital Goa. 16/06/2005 3 Months
4 Principal & - G. J Patel Ayurveda College 17/06/2005 5 Years &
Superintendent & S. G. Patel Ayurveda Till date 03 Months
Hospital New Vidyanagar
Total 1. Administrative 7 Years
2. Teaching 24 Years
Academics Books 03 Research Papers 60
Conferences 87 Guest Lectures > 200
Secured First Rank in B.A.M.S.
Won Gold medal and State Award for best performance in B .A. M. S.
Won M. V. Shastry Memorial Award & Nambiar Memorial Award
Delivered a guest lecture in the International seminar at Tokyo, Japan.
Member Governing Council CAM. Karamsad
Formerly Member, Central Council of Indian Medicine
Formerly Chairman, Board of studies, Goa University, Goa
Formerly Member, Board of studies, B.H.U., R. S.V.
GOA - Mar 2003– June 2005 & GUJARAT - June 2005–Mar-2010
Dr. A. R. V. Murthy, Principal & Superintendent
Ayurveda College New V.V.Nagar, Anand, Gujarat
1. As the Founder Principal and Superintendent, established the Ayurveda College and the
Hospital at New Vallabh Vidyanagar Anand, Gujarat. As first ever regular Principal and
Superintendent of Gomantak Ayurveda College Goa, streamlined the administration and
brought in sweeping changes to create an academic atmosphere, inculcate discipline among
staff and put the institute on the road map of success. In the past seven years of
assignments at these Institutes have introduced several innovative schemes, which
have brought in recognition to Ayurveda and Ayurveda colleges in these states.
2. The College –Successfully established by engineering the whole process of obtaining
permission from AYUSH. Due correspondence and proper presentations made before the
various inspection committees from CCIM, GAU and the Government of Gujarat.
Deliberated with the Fee Structure committee to ensure a viable Fee Structure for the
College. Established all the Departments in the College. Equipments and Instruments in all
these departments procured.
3. Staff for College and the Hospital – recruitment as per CCIM norms done, Timings
regularized, dress code introduced. Daily dairy and Logbook system introduced to
promote efficient, coordinated and organized teaching and to ensure guided
4. The Hospital – Established, rendered functional & operational. Established OPD and IPD
services and all the Clinical Departments in the Hospital. Equipments and Instruments in
all these departments procured. Labor room & Operation Theatre Established
5. Panchakarma Services, Radiology Services, High Profile Laboratory Services, Ambulance
Fast track Services and Medical Store Facilities established to meet the patient
requirements. Centralized Billing System introduced.
6. Paid Specialty Services: Hi-tech Panchakarma and Physiotherapy Services, Beauty
Care unit and Ayur-Gym units established for the needy and affordable clientele bringing in
additional revenue to the Institute.. A unique ‘Health check up scheme’ for overall body
7. Week end Panchakarma packages and Body Rejuvenation packages
introduced to cater the needs of selected clientele
8. Specialty OPDs: Neuropsychiatry, Infertility, Psoriasis, Obesity, Thyroid & Chronic diseases
9. Doctor specific and patient friendly OPD system introduced –to provide specialty
treatments by concerned specialists on fixed days during specific hours. Quick disposal
system introduced to solve the bottleneck in the medicine distribution unit.
10. Free Maternity and surgical services in collaboration with Modern Medicine
faculty to promote patient interest
11. Swasthya Lab/ Pathya Unit Started – A new Pathya Unit started to give suitable advices
regarding diet and regimen (including Yoga ) based on the disease and the individual.
Suitable diet is also being prepared for in door patients as per the requirement.
12. "Suvarnaprashana" – Initiated and engineered the first ever Ayurvedic Mass
Immunization Programme for Children to enhance immunity, intelligence and memory
among Children which attracted about 1500 children/month, from all over Goa. About 40,000
children benefited during April 2003 to June 2005 in Goa. Medicine processed administered
orally to the Children on the day of 'Pushya' Star every month which is provided absolutely
free. Nearly 50,000 Children were benefited during Feb 2006 to Mar 2010 in Gujarat.
13. Seasonal Health Care Schedule: Carried out through conduction of Seasonal Bio-
Purification Camps (Vamana, Virechana, and Vasti) and distribution of free Seasonal Health
drinks. Daily health tips to the patient community are being plotted on notice boards in
14. MEDICAL CAMP Series of free Medical Camps held on monthly basis to reach out to masses
and cater to their health care needs. Yoga Camps and Daily Yoga Practice Sessions for
indoor Patients during morning and evening are being held. Blood donation camps organized
on regular basis
15. Research Projects: On Obesity, Psoriasis, Infertility, Suvarnaprashana, Lipids and Fats
taken up. Collaborative Research planned with the College of Biotechnology and
16. POSITIVE HEALTH MUSEUM- An in house Health Museum established to promote public health
awareness. MEGA HEALTH EXHIBITION for public organized
17. FREE TRANSPORT SERVICES: provided for patients from in and around vidyanagar, Anand.
18. MOBILE CLINICAL SERVICES Established to reach out to rural masses ,to collect data on
health care practices and to cater to their health care needs
19. Pharmacy: Working Pharmacies established both at Goa and Gujarat by procuring
required Machinery. Around 50 Medicated products prepared which include Medicated Oils,
Ghees and Powders. Preparation of about 2000 kg of Chyavanprash at Gujarat was a great
effort. Introduced M.V.Ghrita and M.V.Madhu, the Land mark Preparations as maintenance
immunization dose which is unique. Many Public utility products like health drinks, Face
packs hair oils etc are prepared.
20. Herbal Gardens: Established with around 250 plant species which can also facilitate supply
of raw drugs to College Pharmacy in future.
21. Library established, services streamlined & organized. A unique ‘Reference section’
established. ‘Staff publication cell’ established to bring recognition to the staff who publish
articles. Bar coding system introduced.
22. Organized Seminars Organized the First ever National Seminar on Ayurveda in the
history of Goa & Gomantak Ayurveda College on 24th & 25th January 2004. Organized
Second National Seminar on 25th January 2005. Organized Two National Seminars one
State level Seminar and more than a dozen CME s at GJ Patel Ayurveda College
New V.V.Nagar, Anand, Gujarat
23. SISHYOPNAYANIYA A unique method of inducting new students to the course introduced .by
reciting Caraka’s oath of consecration.
24. Customized Mass Morning Prayer introduced.. Daily Gayatri Yajna Programme initiated.
Useful Sanskrit Quotations to the student community are being plotted on notice boards
25. Mega Project: Typing, editing, and re-organization of the Caraka Samhita. Typing work
completed. PPT presentation being done.
26. Website: Official WEB SITE Launched in the first week of March 2007. Website: ayugj-
27. Customized Networking System,Paging system, Intercom Services & ALARM SYSTEM
28. Special Training for Teaching Staff- Basic Computer Training course imparted,
Workshop to Impart teaching techniques held. A customized Training Program to learn
languages and communication skills conducted.. Teaching staff deputed to various Institutes
to understand different knowledge based systems. Participation of the staff in Seminars /
Workshops, encouraged COMPUTER LITERATE STAFF: All the teaching, technical and office
staff trained through a specially designed Programme. SERVICE RECORDS of staff prepared.
29. CUSTOMISED CAPSULE COURSE invented to impart the knowledge of allied sciences like
Pharmacy, Bio technology, Food technology and other such areas to staff & students.
30. SANSKRIT SPEAKING: A series of Sanskrit speaking camps conducted to promote Sanskrit as
a language of communication among staff and students imparted special training to speak
31. ENGLISH SPEAKING introduced for the benefit of students and staff.
32. Seminars: Academic, Clinical and Disease specific weekly seminars conducted to
promote academic interest. CME PROGRAMMES conducted for the benefit of local Medical
33. Organized Guest lecture series by – Eminent Academicians from all
34. UPGRADATION OF TEACHING AIDS done through technical aids & improving classroom facilities.
35. ACADEMIC CALENDAR PREPARED Annual work streamlined. Schedule for Theory / Practical
classes and internal exams prepared to promote efficient, coordinated and reorganized
teaching and training.
36. COMPUTER SOFT WARES procured and customized.. Student Admission Software, Student
software introduced, Billing software commissioned, Hospital Management software,
paperless soft wares in the pipe line. Computerization of data & records done
37. COMPUTER LAB. Well equipped computer lab. with internet connection established.
Computer training for students started in the college.
38. “E” HEALTH CARE ADVISES to valued CVM staff introduced. Daily health tips to the patient
community are being plotted on notice boards in OPD.
39. INTEGRATED TEACHING/TRAING SESSIONS for students introduced
40. SAMHITA PATHAN for students introduced in all batches to promote knowledge of original
literature of Ayurveda.