Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine, is a traditional system of medicine that originated in India over 5000 years ago.
It is considered one of the oldest medical systems in the world and is still widely practised today. Ayurveda is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. It focuses on the individual as a whole and seeks to address the root cause of disease rather than treating just the symptoms. Ayurveda incorporates various techniques such as herbal medicine, massage, meditation, and dietary changes to promote overall health and well-being. The goal of Ayurveda is to help individuals achieve optimal health by creating balance and harmony within themselves and their environment.
Maharana Pratap Ayurvedic Chikitsalay was established in the year 2021, near the banks of holy river Ganga at Bithoor, Kanpur,U.P. The Maharana Pratap Ayurvedic Medical College and hospital is situated in the vicinity of rich nature, ideal for nurturing and flourishing Ayurvedic Education. Kanpur is famous for its medicinal flora and farming of medicinal herbs providing an ideal platform for the students to learn Ayurvedic Science. The eco- friendly environment of our college campus extends upto 5 acres of land and It is equipped with all the facilities like Library, Practical labs, Pharmacy, Herbal garden, Hospital and respective co-curricular activities area for the students as per the directives of the NCISM.
Overview of Ayurveda College
Maharana Pratap Ayurvedic College & Hospital, offers comprehensive training programs in Ayurvedic medicine. Our Ayurveda college programs generally cover a wide range of subjects related to Ayurveda, including anatomy, physiology, herbal medicine, massage, meditation, and dietary principles. Our students also learn about the philosophy and principles of Ayurveda, including the concept of doshas, or individual body types, and how they affect overall health.
Maharana Pratap Ayurvedic College & Hospital offers B.A.M.S undergraduate program, which usually lasts five and a half years and includes both classroom learning and practical training in our Maharana Pratap Ayurvedic College & Hospital. Students who complete the undergraduate program can become licensed Ayurvedic practitioners with the adequate knowledge and skills necessary to become competent Ayurvedic practitioners and promote the health and wellness of individuals and communities.
Additionally, the B.A.M.S graduate students are eligible for the post of Medical Officers and aspiring B.A.M.S graduates can also pursue Post Graduate program to obtain their specialised stream of Ayurvedic Medicine.