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Shri Baba Mastnath Ayurvedic College was established in 1957 by Mahant Shri Shryonath ji. He was a well known Vaidya with Impeccable knowledge of Nadi Vigyan.
The college was established for the welfare of the weaker section of society. This is a pioneer ayurvedic college in Haryana to start Ayurved education. The college is approved by CCIM and Ministry of AYUSH Govt. of India New Delhi. This is one of institution of India that offers undergraduate course in BAMS with an intake of 60 students per year.
The college has earned reputation for having well equipped hospital with a central laboratory, pharmacy, herbal garden, Library and dedicated faculty. This college has 14 departments.


The department deals with Toxicology, forensic medicine and medical jurisprudence. The department boasts of a fully fledged state of the art museum displaying specimen, charts and models showcasing relevant faces of medical jurisprudence, forensic medicine and toxicology.
Department of Agadtantra & Vyavahar Auyrved (Forensic Medicine and Toxicology) provides educational inputs to the II year undergraduate B.A.M.S. students in the subject of. Agadtantra & Vyavahar Auyrved.

The department comparable to pharmacological sciences of modern medicine deals with teaching of pharmacology in Ayurveda like drug identification, standardization pharmaco kinetics, pharmaco dynamics and pharmaco therapeutics. The department maintains an excellent well-kept herbal garden with sufficient water supply. The department also boosts of an excellent museum showing therapeutically important new drugs, hundreds of herbal sheets of different species of drugs, preserved dry herbal drugs for their identification, preserved plants for pharmacognistical study and a photo album of various species of drugs including red listed and endangered species belonging to different habitat and distribution. The subject Dravyaguna Vigyan deals with basic principles of mode of action of drug and detailed study of herbal drugs thus creating platform for therapeutic application of herbs. This subject is backbone of clinical practice. The subject also includes standardization of Medicinal plants. Amongst all the available sources of drugs in various therapies herbal drugs are proved to be safest; so more and more people are attracted and wish to undergo only herbal therapy. These Herbal Medicines are gaining more & more importance not only in India but also abroad. The subject also has great potential in industries as Dravyaguna experts are required in different fields like in pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies, research Institutes, Medicinal plant conservation & cultivation sector etc. Post graduation in Dravyaguna subject offers wide range of job opportunities.

The department focuses on paediatric and adolescent medicine. Congenital as well as progressive neurological ailments, various paediatric skin diseases and all common clinical paediatric cares are attended. this is the important basic clinical subject of Ayurveda. It is one of the eight branches (Ashtang) of Ayurved

Kayachikitsa is the subject taught in the final year B.A.M.S. Professional Degree course, it is the important basic clinical subject of Ayurveda. Kayachikitsa is the foremost branch of Astanga Ayurveda.
Kayachikitsa deals with the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of disorders like, geriatric medicine (Rasayana), Aphrodisiac medicine (Vajikarana), skin disorders, Diabetes and other lifestyle disorders, general medical disorders, arthritis and joint disorders.
Kaychikitsa department is the backbone of Ayurveda medicine. Diseases like skin disorders, diabetes, tuberculosis, rheumatoid arthritis and many other disorders are diagonised and treated with Ayurveda medicines.
This department is essentially concerned with education, research and patient care in the area of Ayurvedic Internal Medicine and its clinical specialties.

Sharir Kriya is the science, which deals with the study of human body in relation to its Physiological norms i.e. functioning of human body in its normal state. This department is equivalent to physiology and biochemistry of the contemporary medical science.
The whole purpose of Kriya Sharir is to explore the normal functions of the living organism, their principles, their mechanism and their actions. It involves understanding human physiology along with the principles of functions of human body from Ayurvedic perspective.
In this subject, students get introduced to basic Ayurvedic concepts like Dosha-Dhatu-Mala, Pachana, Prakruti, Atma, Mana etc. If one understands the normal processes of body i.e. Kriya Sharir, It is easy to understand Ayurvedic pathological and pharmacological changes; and further Ayurvedic medicine. The students of first year (UG) are inducted into this subject through theoretical lectures along with practical experiences.
Studying ? Kriya Sharir? (Physiology) is very important as it is the base of treating any disease.

Department of Panchakarma is one of the highly specialized and most important clinical Departments. Here we teach and train our B.A.M.S. course students about the basics of Panchakarma and its application concepts in different diseases.
The approach of students is shaped towards various ancient Ayurveda procedures like, purification?detoxification, rejuvenation, cleansing and balancing human body. Moreover keraliya Panchakarma procedures like shirodhara, patra pinda and shali shashtika pinda swedana etc are taught as well. The knowledge of ancient principles of longevity of Ayurveda in regard to all diseases, their treatment with different Panchakarma procedures and do?s and don?ts for the patients is taught during their course.
The Department of Panchakarma is up to the mark to fulfill the teaching and training requirement our students. The Panchakarma department and Panchakarma procedure?s unit is fully equipped and is in good working condition. The facility of fully functional and hygienic Panchakarma therapy rooms and ward are available to manage all type of diseases.
The strict discipline and hygiene in the management of Panchakarma therapy room and its instruments are instructed to the students.

Ayurvedic concept of Prasooti ? Tantra & Stri ? Roga is studied at this level that involves primarily the sharirsthana, uttartantra and chikitsa ? sthana of basic Ayurvedic texts of Sushruta Samhita, Charak Samhita and Ashtang Hridya.
This Department deals with various diseases and topics in the field of Gynecology both Ayurvedic and Modern aspects. In this department we work towards the management of Pregnancy, labour & post-labour recovery period and Diagnosis & treatment of diseases of the female reproductive system. At the same time we concentrate on antenatal and post natal treatments.
For a 21st century women now a day?s gynecological health, sound maternity & puerperal care are very important. Ayurvedic Gynecologists takes essential care of all these issues with the aid of proper consultations, therapies and medicines. We have worked hard and successfully treated infertility problems in the department. Our department provides comprehensive care of women.

Rachana Sharir is a 1st year BAMS subject, here the students along with theory study Human body parts through dissection methods and become an open-minded researcher and an intelligent clinician. This department is equivalent to that of anatomy of modern medical science and it deals with anatomical aspects of the human body including histology, osteology, organology, etc. The Rachana Sharir subject comprises study of Normal body structures documented by Ayurveda and the Acharyas as well as the study of Modern Anatomy.
Being the foundation subject, all the basic principles of Sharir (body) are incorporated within Rachana-Sharir.

Rasashastra & Bhaishajya kalpana is one of the most important branches of Ayurveda. It basically deals with the preparation of Ayurvedic medicines using Mercury, various metals, minerals and also various herbs. This subject is a part of syllabus of 2nd year B.A.M.S. course.
The Department is fully equipped with various instruments, specimens, Models, charts.etc.

This is a BAMS 2nd year subject. In this department we teach the students diseases on the basis of Nidan panchak (Aetiopathological) and clinical presentation. Rognidan-Vikruti vigyan is the foundation of all the clinical subjects. The subject helps you to understand in depth the disease (Vyadhi-vidnyanam) & its pathogenesis (Samprapti Vidnyanam), the art & science of the clinical examination methods (Aatur or Rugna Parikshan Vidhi); the signs & symptoms or clinical features of the disease, the required investigations (Vyadhi pariksha vidhi) & the interpretation of their results as well. The subject deals with not only the diagnosis but also the prognosis (Sadhya-adhyatwa) of any disease. Thus it renders the student to understand the philosophy as well as practicality of vyadhi-vidnyanam.All these topics are taught according to Ayurvedic as well as modern aspect.

Department of Sanskrit, Samhita and Maulik Siddhanta is one of the pre-clinical departments of Ayurveda.
This department imparts knowledge of Ayurvedic fundamentals and the Sanskrit language to the students of 1st year B.A.M.S. course. This department is concerned with basic principles of Ayurveda thus this department is populary known as department of basic principles.
At the UG level along with Sanskrit four other subjects are taught by this department viz. Padarth vigyan, Ayurveda Itihas (History of Ayurveda), Ashtangahridaya Sutrasthan and Charakasamhita. The responsibility of this department is to conduct two specialty courses ? Samhita and Maulik-siddhanta and teaching research methodology at the PG level.
Glorious history of Ayurveda is taught to the students? through department. History of Ayurveda enables the students to understand the development in Ayurveda during pre-vedic, Vedic, medieval period and recent developments.
This department teaches the basic principles like Panchabhootha Sidhantha, Thridosha Sidhantha, diagnostic and treatment principles of Ayurveda medicine. Basic principles are very important in Ayurveda, without the knowledga of basic principles one won?t be able to understand and learn Ayurveda.
Sanskrit is the basic subject that is taught to the students through this department. Sanskrit language helps the students to understand the original Ayurveda text books that are written in Sanskrit. The subject has been included in the curriculum as it is the language of the ancient Ayurvedic texts. It has been looked upon that the student must be well versed with the language so as he would be able to read and absorb the concept explained.

Shalakyatantra is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda that includes the diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Orodental (urdhva jatrugata vikaaras).This department offers teaching and training modules in Ophthalmology, Oto-rhino laryngology and dentistry as well.
Moreover it deals with the treatment of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Orodental by traditional systems like Kriyakalpas and different surgical methods.
Knowledge of Shalakya enables the students to be an expert in Shalakyatantra. It helps them to become excellent clinician, knowledgeable surgeons, good teachers & scientists with an investigative mind.
Our qualified teachers train the students to gain best judgment & clinical insight and skilled hands to perform good surgeries. To achieve this, we equip our students with sound knowledge of various aspects of Shalakyatantra.

Department of Shalya Tantra or Department of Surgery is one of the clinical departments that teaches and trains the students of B.A.M.S.. A surgeon is also a physician but a physician is rarely a surgeon. In this department the students learn about the basics of surgery and para-surgical aspects given in Ayurveda as well as in current system of medicine.
Shalya tantra is one of the distinct branches of Ashtang Ayurveda. Ayurvedic shalyatantra explains and demonstrates surgical knowledge and procedures that were performed and used since thousands of years and are useful even today. Now a day?s world is turning to Ayurved for comprehensive treatment of diseases. Surgical knowledge and treatments of disease described in shalya tantra can be researched and used in diseases with minimum complications and side effects. Maintained its importance even today, wound healing has imfact gained more importance.
The scope of this department has reached into Orthopedics, Surgery and para-surgical techniques. The main focus of the department is to make the students aware of the fundamentals of surgical diseases, various disabilities and deformities, traumas, fractures, congenital and acquired illnesses etc.

This department entertains teaching and training modules on preventive medicine, social medicine, yoga, Naturopathy, ayurvedic nutrition and dietetics. A real strength of Ayurveda is preventive measures and maintaining good health this is incorporated in the Swasthavritta subject. Thus this subject is very significant in the faculty of Ayurveda. he contents of subject are very helpful to create students, who are able to bring about welfare of the society with the help of science of Ayurveda along with Yogshastra and Naturopathy



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