Deptt.of AYUSH, Govt. of INDIA, New Delhi
Sanctioned & intake Capacity of BAMS
Sanctioned & Recognized by Ayush (Govt. of India)New Delhi
CCIM, New Delhi
Status of Recognition of the BAMS Course
Recognized by :- Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi
Govt. of Rajasthan
The Department of Ayurved and Indian Medicine, Jaipur
Vide letter No. f-2 (11)Ayu./2003 dated 16.07.2014
Before establishment of Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar College of Ayurvedic Science & Hospital was under J.R. Tantia Charitable Trust and started in 2004. Sri Ganganagar College of Ayurvedic Science & Hospital is a constituent college of Tantia University under the Faculty of Ayurveda, and is the most popular Ayurvedic College in the area Thousands ayurvedic doctors have graduated from this college and are serving mankind in various capacity in different parts of the country. The institution has highly qualified faculty member of different specialization with well equipped departments along with pharma and other laboratories. The results of the college remains excellent in the University Examination. The institution is recognized by the Central/State Govt. The admission capacity of the institution in 50 students per year in BAMS Course through entrance test.
Ayurveda, which literally means "The Science of Life," is the healing science from India. It has been practiced for over 5,000 years by millions of individuals to assist the body in journeying back to optimal health. Ayurveda views health and disease as the end result of how we interact with the world, in terms of our beliefs, perceptions, thoughts, and feelings, which then ultimately determine our actions. Actions in harmony with our inner nature create health, while those dis-harmonious with our inner nature create disease. Health comes when we live in harmony with our true nature as spirit. Ayurveda allows us to get a glimpse of our individual true nature and to find the best ways to live a life of balance. It provides holistic understanding and healing to people on all levels: physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Ayurveda uses a multitude of healing modalities including herbs, diet, colors, aromas, sound, lifestyle recommendations, panchkarma, meditation, and yoga. More and more people are discovering that these ancient principles are easily applicable to modern life and that they have the power to create health and contentment.