PART B

 

                                                          CRITERIA 8.6 Ayurveda

                                                     PART B

AYURVEDA

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8.6.1.

Integration of different systems of health care in

8.6.1. a

Institutional integration Policy.pdf

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8.6.1. b

Letter of Approval From appropriate authority.pdf

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8.6.1. c

Registration of radiology.pdf

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8.6.1. d

Details  of integration

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8.6.2.

Institutional mechanism

towards classical way of Ayurveda learning

8.6.2. a

Teaching Schedule (Time Table).pdf

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8.6.2. b

Course Brochure.pdf

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8.6.2. c

Students Enrolment of course.pdf

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8.6.2. d

Certificate sample.pdf

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8.6.2. e

Assessment of course.pdf

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8.6.2. f

Feedback of course 2016-17.pdf

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8.6.2. g

Feedback of course 2017-18.pdf

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8.6.2. h

Course Brochure and certificate Sample

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8.6.3.

Promotion of

seasonal Panchakarma and implementation of lifestyle modifications

 

8.6.3. a

Protocol of seasonal Panch Karma.pdf

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8.6.3. b

Number of Seasonal Panch Karma activities.pdf

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8.6.3. c

KaumarPanch Karma training.pdf

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8.6.3. d

SOP- KaumarPanch Karma.pdf

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8.6.3. e

Emergency Kit and mockdrill of KaumarPanch Karma.pdf

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8.6.3 f

 Seasonal panch karma Photo

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8.6.3 g

Improvement in clinical Documentation, New initiations in administering in PK Procedures

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8.6.3 h

Kaumar panchkarma : Shirodhara

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8.6.4.

Steps

adopted by the Institution towards

8.6.4. a

Promotional measures of swasthavritta dept.pdf

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8.6.4. b

Patients Data - 2017 sample.pdf

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8.6.4-c.

Yearly attendance of yoga 2015

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8.6.4-d.

Yearly attendance of yoga 2016

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8.6.4-e.

Yearly attendance of yoga 2017

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8.6.4-f.

Yearly attendance of yoga 2018

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8.6.4-g.

Yearly attendance of yoga 2019

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8.6.4-h.

World yoga day documents 2015

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8.6.4-i.

World yoga day documents 2016

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8.6.4-j.

World yoga day documents 2017

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8.6.5.

 The institution has taken adequate

measures to develop and maintain Herbal

Garden in terms of

8.6.5. a

List of Medicinal Plants.pdf

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8.6.5. b-1

Geo tagged photos of the herbal garden.jpg

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8.6.5. b-2

Geo tagged photos of the herbal garden.jpg

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8.6.5. b-3

Geo tagged photos of the herbal garden.jpg

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8.6.5. b-4

Geo tagged photos of the herbal garden.jpg

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8.6.5. b-5

Geo tagged photos of the herbal garden.jpg

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8.6.5. c 1

Geo tagged photos of the Nakshatra garden.jpg

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8.6.5 c 2

Geotagged photos of nakshatra garden

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8.6.6.

 The

institution has taken adequate

8.6.6. a

Avtivites to Promote conservation and propagation of rare andendangered plants

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8.6.6. b

Geo tagged photographs of Rare and endangered species. jpg

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8.6.6. c

Geo tagged photograph of garden water facility .jpg

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8.6.6. d

Rare and endangered species pdf photo

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8.6.7

Average annual expenditure incurred towards

herbal garden development and

maintenance,

8.6.7. a

Land documents .pdf

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8.6.7. b

Report of Activities of Institute for Cultivation &Propogation of Medicinal Plants

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8.6.7. c

Total expenditure on purchase of raw material.pdf

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8.6.7. d

Total expenditure on purchase of medicines .pdf

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8.6.7. e

Total expenditure on Herbal garden .pdf

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8.6.7. f

Geotagged photos for plantation area.jpg

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8.6.8

 Efforts of the institution to

involve students in Yogic practices & promotion of such practices among the         public/community.

8.6.8. a

Blue Print of yoga hall.pdf

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8.6.8. b

Documents of yoga teacher.pdf

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8.6.8. c

Yearly attendance of yoga 2015.pdf

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8.6.8. d

Yearly attendance of yoga 2016.pdf

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8.6.8. e

Yearly attendance of yoga 2017.pdf

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8.6.8. f

Yearly attendance of yoga 2018.pdf

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8.6.8. g

Yearly attendance of yoga 2019.pdf

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8.6.8. h

World yoga day documents 2015.pdf

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8.6.8. i

World yoga day documents 2016.pdf

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8.6.8. j

World yoga day documents 2017.pdf

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8.6.8.k

Patients Data - 2017 sample

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8.6.9.

Efforts of the Institution towards conservation and

8.6.9. a

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2014.pdf

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8.6.9. b

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2015.pdf

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8.6.9. c

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2016.pdf

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8.6.9. d

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2017.pdf

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8.6.9. e

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2018.pdf

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8.6.9. f

Activity Report of Traditional Healing 2019.pdf

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8.6.9. g

ShankhaPrakshalan documents.pdf

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8.6.10.

 Describe the availability of licenced and

certified teaching Pharmacy for teaching and

demonstration for

8.6.10. a

Teaching pharmacy blue print.pdf

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8.6.10. b

Dhanwantari Pharmacy blueprint.pdf

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8.6.10. c

List fo functional equipments.pdf

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8.6.10. d

License of Pharmacy.pdf

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8.6.10. e

Manufactured dosage forms.pdf

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8.6.10. f

MOU with Dhanwantariayurvedpharma 2013.pdf

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8.6.10. g

MOU with Dhanwantariayurvedpharma 2018.pdf

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8.6.11.

 Describe the activities

undertaken by the

8.6.11. a

Training Program of Kriya kalpa.pdf

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8.6.11. b

SOP of Kriya Kalpa.pdf

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8.6.11. c

Emergency Kit and mockdrill of Kriya Kalpa.pdf

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8.6.12.

Describe the mactivities undertaken by the Institution towards practice of various types of Anushastra.

8.6.12. a

Training Program of anushastra.pdf

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8.6.12. b

SOP of ksharsutra, agnikarma, jalaukaavacharan.pdf

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8.6.12. c

Emergency Kit and mockdrill of anushastra.pdf

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8.6.12-d

Agnikarma Photo

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8.6.13.

 Describe the activities

undertaken by the Institution towards practice of various procedures related to Prasuti and streeroga (uttarabasti, garbhasanskara etc.)

8.6.13. a

Training Program of therapists-streerog and prasutitantraDep

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8.6.13. b

SOP streerog and prasutitantra Dept.pdf

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8.6.13. c

Emergency Kit and mockdrill of streerog and prasutitantra.pdf

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8.6.14 Describe the facilities available in the Institution towards delivering Pathyakalpana.

8.6.14. a

Year wise Pathya Preparation.pdf

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8.6.14. b

Training Program of Pathya Preparation .pdf

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8.6.14. c

SOP - pathya preparation.pdf

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8.6.15

 Efforts made by the Institution for carrying out Pharmacovigilance activities related to Ayurvedic drugs.

8.6.15. a

ADR Pharmacovigilance documents including minutes of meet

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8.6.16

 Is the teaching hospital / clinicallaboratory

accredited byany National

Accrediting Agency?

8.6.16. a

ISO Acceditation certificate scan.pdf

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8.6.16. b

ISO certificate.pdf

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