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Ayurveda Gyan Naipunya Initiative (AGNI)

Ayurveda Gyan Naipunya Initiative (AGNI)

Central Council for Research in Ayurveda Sciences (CCRAS), Ministry of Ayush, in its new endeavour to promote research for mainstreaming the pragmatic Ayurveda practices through scientific validation and evidence-based appraisal, has launched “Ayurveda Gyan Naipunya Initiative” (AGNI) for physicians practicing in the field of Ayurveda.

Aim of AGNI

  • To provide a platform to Ayurveda practitioners for reporting their innovative practices & and experiences in various disease conditions.
  • To promote the culture of reporting evidence-based practice among Ayurveda Practitioners.
  • To document the reported successful therapeutic regimens for various disease conditions involving Single drug/ Formulation/ Procedures for the purpose of education and academics.
  • To identify the interested Ayurveda practitioners for collaboration in the creation of a database through applications and capacity building through training in research methods and good clinical practices.
  • To undertake research for mainstreaming pragmatic practices through scientific validation and evidence-based appraisal      

Implementation

CCRAS will document and publish the reported medical practices and therapeutic regimens for education and academic purposes in consultation with NCISM. Further research studies may be taken up by CCRAS on the reported medical practices for mainstreaming and scientific validation by developing research proposals in collaboration with Ayurveda Practitioners and other relevant institutes/ organizations.

There are over 500,000 registered Ayurveda practitioners who are mainly practicing in India. CCRAS, under Ministry of Ayush is an apex research organization committed to undertaking, coordinating, formulating, development and promotion of research on scientific lines in Ayurveda. 

In the recent past, Ayurveda intervention has successfully managed many new disease conditions, both acute and chronic, which are not described in classical texts of Ayurveda. Inevitable streaks of excellence have been happening in many areas, particularly managing the reported adverse effects of synthetic drugs/ procedures, which has put Ayurveda on the Global platform in a short time.

How to apply

The interested qualified Ayurveda Practitioners may send the Expression of Interest in the prescribed format available on CCRAS Website by 15th December, 2023. The email ID is ccrasagni@gmail.com

Other initiatives of CCRAS

In the recent past, to boost scientific research through Ayurveda colleges and hospitals, CCRAS has initiated the following

Source : PIB

Last Modified : 11/23/2023



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