Introduction

 

Introduction

Hon.Shri Annasaheb Dange Ayurvedic Medical College and PG Research center,Ashta  and Dhanwantari Hospital was established in the year 1999 with permission from the Government of Maharashtra, Central Council of Indian Medicine [C.C.I.M.] and Dept of AYUSH, Ministry of health and family welfare, New Delhi, India. This is the foremost Ayurved College in Maharashtra where the medium of instruction is Marathi as well as English with an intake capacity of 100 students of UG and 64 students of PG. We intend to contribute for enhancing performance through constructing the new building for organization &coordination

Ayurved, which literally means "the science of life", is the natural healing system used throughout India. Ayurved was originally known to have been first developed and established by the great sages who developed Indiaʹs original systems of meditation and Yoga. The study of Ayurved includes herbal medicine, dietetics, body work, surgery, psychology and spirituality. It not only deals with medical science, but also with the social, ethical, intellectual, and spiritual life of human being. In recent years a more science-savvy take on Ayurved has spread to distant parts of the world where it has begun to flourish alongside other holistic, patient oriented, natural, non-invasive medical system. At ADAMC  and Research Institute & Hospital the students are exposed to all these wonderful opportunity of Ayurved health science. The Institute had started specialize courses MD/MS in one subject from academic year 2008-09 and also we have received permission to run PG courses now in twelve subjects from academic year 2013-14.

The College building is a masterpiece of architecture basks in fine aesthetics and is very impressive. It has a beautiful statue of Lord Dhanvantari at entrance which is the god of health and imparts a serene  and peaceful feelings in those who walk in.

  1. Reception
  2. Registration Counter
  3. Spacious OPD Complex each for every specialty with good seating arrangement for Doctors ,waiting hall for patients and relatives
  4. Indoor wards – clean, well equipped and manned
  5. Free medicines to Indoor and OPD Patients Diagnostic Facilities
  6. Bio- Medical waste Management
  7. Panchakarma centre

Separate sections for male and female having well equipped snehana, swedana, vamana, virechna, basti, shirodhara, nasya, raktamokshana facility
Keralian panchkarama procedures like patra pottali,pizichal, panda etc are available
Well trained staff of Doctors and Panchkarma therapist.
Well appointed luxurious rooms of panchkarma therapy for those who want the best

With a view to make available enormous opportunities for the rural masses in higher and medical education, Honorable Shri Annasaheb Dange, a social reformer in true sense, vowed to establish an ambitious project of an Ayurvedic Medical college at this interior, but a well connected place Ashta. Annasaheb Dange Ayurved Medical College (ADAMC), Ashta has been established in the year 1999 by Sant Dnyaneshwar Shikshan Sanstha. The institute started initially with B.A.M.S course.

With its dedicated faculty, staff and sincere efforts of students put together the institute has earned good reputation in the Maharashtra state. This fact was undoubtedly established by the first rank achieved by Miss. Swapnaja Deshpande student from 1st batch in 2nd year BAMS Examination conducted by MUHS Nashik in November 2002. The enviable features of these results were that overall result was about 92%. The success is still more noteworthy as it has been consistently maintained by all the successive batches. Also there is remarkable percentage of distinction students in every university examinations.

Our Vision

Hon shri Annasaheb Dange Institute aspires to be world class ,to generate & sustain excellence in Ayurvedic education and research in a supportive and stimulating academic environment. High quality research activity will be proposed in focused ares, with particular reference to research priorities of institute and public health problems. The institute will be a leader in transforming the health of communities through its purposeful integration of education, research and clinical care with compassion and highest ethical values.


Our Mission

Our Quality Policy

The prime purpose of our institute is to expand the area of Ayurvedic System of medicine through updated Education, Health Care & Research activities for the well-being of the Society.

Historical Development

With a view to make available enormous opportunities for the rural masses in higher and medical education, Honorable Shri Annasaheb Dange, a social reformer in true sense, vowed to establish an ambitious project of an Ayurvedic Medical college at this interior, but a well connected place Ashta. Annasaheb Dange Ayurved Medical College (ADAMC), Ashta has been established in the year 1999 by Sant Dnyaneshwar Shikshan Sanstha. The institute started initially with B.A.M.S course.

With its dedicated faculty, staff and sincere efforts of students put together the institute has earned good reputation in the Maharashtra state. This fact was undoubtedly established by the first rank achieved by Miss. Swapnaja Deshpande student from 1st batch in 2nd year BAMS Examination conducted by MUHS Nashik in November 2002. The enviable features of these results were that overall result was about 92%. The success is still more noteworthy as it has been consistently maintained by all the successive batches. Also there is remarkable percentage of distinction students in every university examinations.

Programme Outcomes (PO): UG

At the end of Programme students will be able to,

State Basics of Sanskrit, Ayurveda and other Health Sciences.

1.      Use technology in diagnostic and treatment activities.

2.      Employ appropriate skills, attitude, and responsibility towards humanity within professional limitations.

3.      Follow the rules of Bio-medical waste from the view of sustaining environment.

4.      Implement Ayurvedic principles and procedures in diagnosis and treatment;

5.      Manage clinics, projects, hospital and finance.

6.      Apply knowledge of ethical standards and legal responsibilities in practice.

7.      Have a holistic approach towards humanity as a whole.

8.      Pursue for post graduation studies.

9.      Assess and plan researches in multidisciplinary streams applying their knowledge of Ayurveda.

Programme Outcomes (PO): PG

1.      Prepare/develop and implement the procedures, treatment plan for the specialty (domain specific) treatment.

2.      Treat complex diseases;

3.      Record evidences and analyze / diagnose the patient;

4.      Apply specialized knowledge in the Ayurveda system of treatment;

5.      Conduct research;

   Programme Education Objectives (PEO):

UG: Our programme will produce graduates who will

1.      Have successful careers.

2.      Follow and recommend preventive measures of Ayurveda;

3.      Perform clinical activities and manage clinics and hospitals;

4.      Be engaged in ongoing learning and professional development;

5.      Be responsible citizens.

 

PG: Our programme will produce post-graduates who will

1.      Be highly valued professionals

2.      Competent enough in managing health care services

3.      Be able to manage specialty care in hospitals.

4.      Use evidence based approach in Ayurveda practice.

5.      Have research attitude.