Best Practices

Best Practice-1

1. Title of the practice

  • Practice of Daivavypashraya Chikitsa in campus.

2. Objectives of the practice

  • To popularize Daiva vyapashrayachikitsa by performing Agnihotra Yajna and Vishnu Sahasranama Pathana on a daily basis.

3. Context

  • Daiva-vypashraya-chikitsa is given great importance for treatment in Ayurveda as well as Veda. Active participation in Yagna and Srotra Pathana by students encourages them to perform these activities at their homes, hospitals, etc. for the benefit of family, patients and community.

4. Challenges

  • To perform the Yajna on the days of public holiday

5. The practice

  • The students and faculty members are taking part in these activities. Yajna is performed in the morning between 09:00 to 10:00 AM and Vshnusahasranama pathana is done in the evening 04:30 -05:00 PM. The schedule is included in the timetable of the final year.

6. Evidence of success

  • Students who passed from this college and serving at other institutes are also promoting the same activity and contributing to society.

7. Problems encountered and resources required

  • The difficulty of performing Yajna on holidays was overcome after implementing a department-wise schedule. The resources needed were manpower, place and havan samagri.

Notes

  • The speakers are placed in the entire hospital campus to play Mantra, which gives peace to the mind during treatment

Best Practice-2

1.Title of the practice

  • Daily Vishnu Sahastranama Pathana at campus

2. Objectives

  • To popularize Rasayana chikitsa

3. Context

  • Regular use of Rasayana drugs gives so many health benefits like it boosts immunity, acts as an antioxidant- anti-aging agent, etc.

4. The practice

  • Chyavanprasha is an ancient, proven and famous Rasayana drug. Considering the benefits of regular use of Chyavanprasha the institute started this practice since many years. One tablespoon of Chyavanprasha along with milk is given to all IPD patients in the early morning every day.

5. Challenges

  • The hospital is fully occupied with an average of 120-130 pt. almost throughout the year. Yearly consumption of Chayvanprasha for this large number of patients in the year June 2020-May 2021 is 622kg. Procuring raw drugs and storage finished products is a challenge for this practice

6. Evidence of Success

  • Patients getting discharged from this hospital continue to take Chayvanprasha for themselves and their family members too to improve overall health.

7. Problems encountered and resources required

  • Preparing Chayvanprasha on a large scale is a bit challenging but with proper planning from collecting raw drugs to storage, sufficient stock of Chyavanprasha is maintained. The required resources are- raw drugs, well- equipped pharmacy.