Six-day long CME programme was conducted for private and Government Ayurveda practitioners
Experts from various specialties from different institutes delivered their lectures.Author : Priyanka Vinayak
Dayanand Ayurvedic College Jalandhar was established since 1898 in India. It is the oldest college to start the institutional study in Ayurveda. A six-day long CME programme was conducted for private and Government Ayurveda practitioners. The programme was funded by Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India and organized through All India Ayurveda Congress (AIAC), New Delhi.
Dr. Sanjeev Sood, principal Dayanand Ayurveda College, briefed media that, in this 6-day long programme 30 participants from different states West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab participated enthusiastically. Experts from various specialties from different institutes delivered their lectures stressing on the applied aspects of Ayurveda including diet, health, eye disorders herbs and panchkarma along with recent updates of Ayurveda which will be very beneficial for the private and govt. Ayurveda Practitioners in their zeal to practice Ayurveda in future.
The CME was inaugurated on 6th September 2021 by the Chief Guest Dr. Sanjeev Goyal, Registrar Board of Ayurvedic & Unani System of Medicine Punjab and GRAU, Hoshiarpur & Guest of Honor Vd. Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary Punjab State Ayurvedic Congress
12 experts who delivered lectures and gave demonstrations during the CME were Dr. Parveen Kumar Bansal, Joint Director BFUHS, Faridkot, Dr. Gaurav Parmar, Assistant Professor Department of Shalya Tantra, RGGPG Ay. College, Paprola (H.P.), Dr. Anoop Gakkhar, Director Rishikul campus uttarakhand university, Uttarakhand, Dr. Sanjeev Sood, Professor Department of Panchakarma, Dayanand Ayurvedic college, Jalandhar, Dr. Tipu, Associate professor, Department of Shalakya Tantra, Dr. Chander Shekhar, Professor, Department of Kaya Chikitsa, Dayanand Ayurveda college, Jalandhar, Dr. Parveen Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Panchakarma, Dayanand Ayurveda College, Jalandhar, Dr. Pooja Sabhaarwal, Assistant Professor, Department of Rachna Sharir, Chaudhary Brahm Prakash Ayurveda charak sansthan, New Delhi and Dr. Meena parmar, Assistant Professor, Department of prasooti Tantra, RGGPG Ayurveda college, paprola (H.P), Dr. Davinder kumar, Professor, Department of Shalya Tantra, Dr. Rajesh Sharma from A&U Tibbia college and Dr. Sakshi Sharma Research Officer from CCRAS.
Dr Ramesh Arya, Vice President DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi honoured the trainees doctors and staff of Dayanand Ayurvedic college, Jalandhar who invested their best efforts for successful completion of this 6 days long programme. He praised principal Dr. Sanjeev Sood for guiding his staff to complete this CME programme in which COVID-19 protocol was properly followed. He told the participants about the benefits of Ayurveda and acknowledged its benefits to general people during COVID-19 pandemic.
Certificates were distributed among 30 participants for their active participation and mementoes were provided to the speakers.
Vote of thanks was given by Dr Parveen Kumar.
In the end, Dr. Ramesh Arya congratulated the All India Ayurvedic Congress and Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India for the successful completion of this programme with his best wishes to Dayanand Ayurveda College to conduct such programmes in future.