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UGC has written to educational institutions to promote the scientific applications of Ayurveda.

UGC has written to educational institutions to promote the scientific applications of Ayurveda.

Under the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav banner,’ the Ministry of Ayush has scheduled a series of events to commemorate the occasion from September 12 to October 23, 2022. The event’s Nodal Organization was designated the All-India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA). The Nodal Officer of the events in AIIA can be contacted for any more information.

  • The day’s goal is to raise awareness of Ayurveda and its successful treatment methods for various ailments.
  • This year’s theme is ‘Har Din, Har Ghar Ayurveda,’ and it will be observed on October 23. (Ayurveda every day, Ayurveda Everywhere)
    The UGC instructed HEIs to promote Ayurveda by organizing “Jan Sandesh, Jan Bhagidari, and Jan Aandolan for Jan Arogya of people through various event activities for the occasion.”
  • To commemorate the anniversary, the Ministry of Ayush has planned several events.

The UGC has given a directive to HEIs to promote the use of Ayurveda in their courses. This is part of the planning for this year’s Ayurveda Day celebrations.

Ayurveda Day is celebrated every 23 October. Since 2016. The Ayurveda Day event aims at promoting Ayurveda and the medical benefits it provides in terms of the prevention and treatment of diseases.

The UGA has given guidelines to higher education institutions to help them to create Jan Sandesh, Jan Bhagidari and Jan Aandolans for different events being organized on this day.

The Ayurveda Ministry has organized a series of events from September 12 to October 23, 2022, called the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’. Ayurvedic Health Institute of India (AIIA) has been selected as the Nodal Organization for the event. For further details, contact the Nodal Officer for each AIIA event.

Minister Ayush, Sarabananda Sonawal, addressed the public at the end of last week’s program for Ayurved. He added: This program is a noble endeavor to reach all Indians. It will be successful if we can do that. Ayurveda Holistic Health, held as part of the Ayurveda Day celebrations, took place on September 12 and 18 (see below). In September, ‘Ayurveda for All’ was held. Next up was the Ayurveda for Everyone (Grains, Papers and Guidelines) event, which ran from September 26 to October 2. This was followed by an event organized for senior citizens from 3 to 9.

Ayurveda to Help People with their Mental Health is being organized right now, and it will end on October 16. It will conclude on October 23 with the event Ayurveda- Sharing of Experience, which is scheduled to start on October 17.

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