Department of Ayurveda

Ayurveda

The word Ayurveda is derived from the words “Ayur” meaning life and “Veda” which means science and knowledge. In both its literal sense and practical sense, Ayurveda is a science about life. One of the key aspects of Ayurveda is the longevity of life and in practice it is a procedure of alternate medicine which not only seeks to treat diseases but also to prevent ailments from occurring.

Ayurveda mainly bases its foundation on recognition of 3 “bodily energies” namely, Pitta, Vata and Kapha. The Ayurvedic medicine identifies that diseases are a result of these 3 energies being unbalanced and sets out to restore the balance.  Ayurveda has a history spanning more than 5000 years and is rapidly gaining interest around the world as people look towards treatment methods which are without side effect.

Course Description

Department of Ayurveda currently offers 4 courses, which are designed to give students pursuing their respective fields an extensive and profound understanding of the workings of Ayurveda. One of the most sought after areas worldwide in Ayurveda, is the area of ‘Panchakarma’ and our diploma in Panchakarma equips students with an in- depth knowledge of the subject area which enables them to serve as practitioners of Panchakarma in their own right as well as to use the principles of Panchakarma for their own wellbeing upon successful completion of the studies.

Furthermore, other courses such as Cosmetology and Food Technology provided under our department is fully supported by a highly qualified academic staff as well as fully equipped facilities such a beauty parlor and an extensive Kitchen area for use in Cosmetology and Food technology courses respectively. Our course in Elderly caregivers is also supported immensely by principles of Ayurveda and you will gain a thorough understanding of both practical and theoretical aspects involved.


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