Educational Course in Swami Vivekanand Ayurved Medical College: B.A.M.S. Degree Course.
Educational Course in Swami Vivekanand Ayurved Medical College: B.A.M.S. Degree Course is Affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (M.U. H. S.)Nashik.
The Swami Vivekanand Ayurved Medical College B.A.M.S. Degree Course started in 2017 and is having an intake capacity of 60 students.
Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) is graduate degree awarded after the study of five and a half years duration, including 1-year internship. The curriculum includes studying and teaching of Modern Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Diagnostic procedures, Principles of Medicine, Preventive and Social Medicine, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Forensic Medicine, ENT, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Ophthalmology, Principles of Surgery, etc; along with Ayurvedic subjects such as Kaumarbhritya, Kayachikitsa, Prasuti Tantra, Yoga, etc.It also includes major Ayurvedic subjects such as Rachana Sharir, Kriya Sharir, Shalya Tantra, Dravyaguna, Panchakarma, Swasthvritta. Below is the summary of some Major Ayurvedic subjects: -
1. RACHANA SHARIR Sharir Rachana is one of the main basic subjects of medical science, by which we can identify and gain knowledge of human body parts using dissection methods and become open-minded researcher and able clinician. Being the foundation, all the basic principles of Ayurveda are encompassed within Sharir Rachana. All the medical sciences require basic knowledge of Sharir Rachana. Hence the study is indeed a most important of the basic Sciences of life.
2. KRIYA SHARIR Sharir Kriya is concerned with Basic Principles of Ayurveda. Basic Principles ( for exp. Dosha, Dhatu, Malas etc.) are very very important in Ayurveda. Without knowledge of basic principles of Sharir Kriya, we cannot understand any subject of Ayurveda because doshas are physiological unit of the human body. Dhatus are anatomical (structural) unit of the body and Malas are excretory (solid & liquid) part of the body. By the knowledge of this subject, the student have know it means about normal healthy condition of the body.
3. SHALYATANTRA Shalya Tantra ( General Surgery ) department has a separate and well equipped surgery department dealing patients on both outdoor and indoor basis specialized Ayurvedic and surgical management our department has various activities for surgical patients in these all the general surgical procedures are performed on regular basis along with that students are skilled in para surgical specialized Aurvedic procedure like Kshar-sutra in fistul and Ksharkarma Therapy Leech Therapy for all skin related disorders and nonhealiry Ulcer and Raktamokshan Therapy, ‘Agnikarma (Intenisonal Therapeutic heat burn with Red not metal rod ) for various type at pain (vatnikara) like sciatica spondillties and joint stiffiness Ayurvedic management of fracture and dislocation In all connective diseases like spondillties ,slipped dise ,Arthritis obesity hyperpention various metrological disorders has various conservative herbal treatment with selective panchkarma with yogopchar (yaga therapy).
4. DRAVYAGUNA Dravyaguna vigyan is a branch of Ayurveda which deals with the medicinal properties of medicinal plants. It includes all the macroscopic and microscopic structures of plants.The knowledge of these medicinal properties is useful in clinical practices also. Use of Ayurvedic medicines is increasing day by day, even in the first world countries. To suffice this need increasing the efficacy of the medicines is the need of the hour. This can be only possible if we study the core of that process, i.e. the individual single herbs. Which is made possible by Dravyaguna Vigyan.
5. PANCHAKARMA Panchakarma means “five procedures”. These five cleansing procedures remove accumulated waste materials in the body. Meant for both healthy and sick. (a) Medicated oil enema (Sneha Vasti) (b) Decoction enema (Kashaya Vasti) (c) Cleaning the bowels with medicines (Virechana) (d) Induced vomiting with medicines (Vamana) (e) Nose Medication (Nasya) If done properly, the following are achieved: Healing of the disease, alertness of the senses, stability of the body, efficient digestion / absorption and prolonged youth.
6. SWASTHVRITTA Ayurveda is a science of art of living. It deals with preventive and curative principles for the better health. This subject “Swasthavritta” is included in IIIrd year syllabus. It deals with personal and social hygiene not only at the physical level but also at the mental level. Mainly it stresses at the preventive aspect. In tells us how to keep oneself healthy.