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ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND CLINICAL SERVICES OF PRASUTI TANTRA AND STREE ROGA SPECIALTY IN AYURVEDA

Suresh Kumar, Eena Sharma, Laxmi Bhargava, Samita Puri, Janmejaya Samal, Pratap Thakur.

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Background: During the ancient times Prasuti tantra was not a specialty amongst the eight disciplines of Ayurveda and was a part of Kaumarabhrittya but in later part after the initiation of CCIM a separate department was started in the name of PT & SR. Currently 31 colleges in India offer PG courses in this discipline. Objectives: The basic objective of this study was to assess the national scenario of education, research and clinical practice of Prasuti tantra / Stree roga specialty in Ayurveda. Methodology: The current study was based on the review of various literatures pertaining to the research and education in PTSR. The list of PG/MD and PhD theses were obtained from the concerned reliable sources, publications, libraries and universities for analysis. The analysis of data was carried by using SPSS and MS Excel. Results and Discussion: Svetapradara has been studied extensively that accounts to 31 times followed by Garvavastajanya pandu and different forms of Yoni rogas that accounts to 20 and 19 times respectively. 68 theses mentioned about Ayurvedic management followed by 27 theses mentioned about indigenous drugs. Uttarabasti was found to be studied for 10 times followed by Anuvasana-Basti, Shatavari, Shatapushpa, and Dhupana that accounts to 9, 8, 7 and 4 times respectively as a part of masterís and doctoral theses. Gujarat Ayurveda University has been outstanding in providing a fertile land for research in many disciplines of Ayurveda followed by university of Pune and IMS, BHU in second and third position for providing opportunity in carrying out research especially in the discipline of PTSR in this case. Maximum numbers of theses have been associated with MD (Ayurveda) program followed by MS (Ayurveda) which accounts to 68% (275) and 16% (64) of theses respectively followed by PhD programme which accounts to 6% (25) of theses. This is followed by MSAM, D.Ay.M, HPA and MASc. Conclusion: In the last quarter of last Century Ayurvedic education has flourished in our country and also in some other nations of the world. India with over 275 Ayurvedic institutions are gifted with annual turnover of over 8000 Ayurvedic graduates, which by all standards is huge to provide services in health sector parallel to contemporary medicines.

Key words: Ayurveda, Education, Practice, Prasuti tantra & Stree roga, Research, Role, Universities


 
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Kumar S, Sharma E, Bhargava L, Puri S, Samal J, Thakur P. ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES IN EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND CLINICAL SERVICES OF PRASUTI TANTRA AND STREE ROGA SPECIALTY IN AYURVEDA.


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