Ministry of AYUSH recommendations on Covid-19

Ayurveda, as a way of healthy living, provides elaborate advices on preventive care. These involve both “Dinacharya” (daily regimes) and “Ritucharya” (seasonal regimes).

In this background, Ministry of AYUSH has released recommendations on self-care guidelines and preventive health measures covering immunity aspects. These are based on Ayurvedic literature and scientific publications

Certification and accreditation for courses in Ayurveda

In view of the increasing popularity, and consequent demand, for authentic Ayurveda courses across the world, Ministry of AYUSH  has initiated certification and accreditation for various professional courses in Ayurveda through Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth (RAV).

RAV will develop standards for certification and accreditation for different categories

Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth (RAV) is an autonomous organization, under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.  It was established on 11th February 1988 to promote knowledge and practice of Ayurveda.  

 

First International Ayush conclave of Kerala

International Ayush conclave of Kerala being organised by Department of AYUSH, Government of Kerala from Februray 15th to 18th 2019 at Kanakakkunnu, Trivandrum Kerala. National Ayush Mission (NAM) Kerala will the execution agency on behalf of Government.

This conclave is expected to help in:

  • Showcasing the growth and scientific development of AYUSH systems of medicines in Kerala
  • Increased Awareness about different public health activities in AYUSH systems of medicines
  • Improving the grass root presence of AYUSH systems in this region
  • Including AYUSH as a mainstream public health option
  • In establishing Kerala as a global hub of Health and Wellness tourism

This is one of the first conference & exhibition on AYUSH systems of medicines organised by Department of Ayush, Govt. of Kerala.

 

Note: AYUSH stands for Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & Homoeopathy) systems of Medicines