Dr. Arun Chandran
|Date of Birth||07-May-1985|
|Father’s Name||MK Ramachandran|
|State Board Registration No.||10338|
|Date of Joining||06/01/2020|
|UG Qualification||B.A.M.S University Of Kerala 2008|
|PG Qualification||M.D. Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Science , Bangalore -2013|
|Duration||Designation||Name of the College||Department|
|17/02/2014 to 14/06/2017||Assistant Professor / Lecturer||Ayurved College – Coimbatore, Tamilnadu||Kriya Sharir|
|6/1/2020 to 7/1/2021||Lecturer||Netra Chikitsa Ayurved College – Amreli||Kriyasharir|
|8/1/2021 to 30/09/2021||Lecturer||Netra Chikitsa Ayurveda college, Amreli||Samhita Siddhant|
|01/10/2021 to till date||Reader||Netra Chikitsa Ayurved College – Amreli||Kriya sharir|
Dr. Chaitali Kakadiya
|Date of Birth||11 Aug 1994|
|Father’s Name||Babubhai C Kakadiya|
|State Board Registration No.||20926|
|Date of Joining||23/11/2020|
|UG Qualification||B.A.M.S Gujarat Ayurved University Jamnagar-2016|
|PG Qualification||M.D. Gujarat Ayurved University Jamnagar-2020|
:: INTRODUCTION ::
Sharira (Human body) is composed by the conglomeration of five great elements and chetana. Kriya signifies movements or activities. The physiological activities of the Sharira are carried out as long as its components and constituents are in the state of normalcy.
Kriya Sharira elaborates the fundamental Ayurvedic concepts like Dosha- Dhatu- Mala, Agni, Pachana, Prakriti, Mana, Atma etc.
The proper knowledge of normalcy through Kriya Sharira is essential for assessment of abnormality or pathological changes.
:: OBJECTIVES ::
- Elucidate the basic principles of human physiology in Ayurveda.
- Elaborate the fundamentals of contemporary physiology.
- To document and analyze foundational principles like Deha Prakriti, Manasa Prakriti, Dhatu Sara in a healthy individual.
- Explore the areas of research based upon the basic principles of Ayurveda.
:: DEPARTMENTAL FEATURES ::
- The department has a well-established museum and laboratory with equipment for better understanding of the subject.
- Library and reading room
- Departmental projects