♣ 24 Ayurveda colleges disapproved by CCIM

BANGALORE: Not complying with the standards fixed by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), hundreds of ayurveda colleges are mushrooming in the country. Karnataka ranks second after Maharashtra, to house the highest number of ayurveda colleges in the country and barring a few, most of these colleges are run by private people and are well below the standards fixed by the CCIM.A majority of our politicians have been involved in the mushrooming of these colleges across the state, due to which these colleges do not meet the required standards.After the country wide inspection of all the ayurveda colleges, Central Council of Indian Medicine, an apex body which prescribes minimum standards of education in the Indian Systems of Medicine has come out with the fresh list of colleges lacking the set standards for the year 20112012.Surprisingly, of the total 56 ayurveda colleges in the state, Central Council of Indian Medicine has disapproved 24 of such institutions.

During the oneday visit to all te ayurveda colleges across the country by the 180 teams, they revealed that nearly 35 per cent of the colleges are not fit to function in the country.While some are short of teaching faculty, it was also found that duplicity of names and fake experience affidavits are being submitted in many cases, others do not have inpatients facilities and lesser number of OPD patients, said Dr Jayaprakash Narayana, vice president, CCIM.To get the accurate data on the list of eligible colleges, CCIM preferred to chose professors and readers from various government colleges for the inspection.Since 40 years, CCIM did not engaged its council members but sought assistance from professors and readers of government colleges to conduct the inspection in ayurveda colleges across the country, the CCIM member added.


16 thoughts on “♣ 24 Ayurveda colleges disapproved by CCIM

  1. Here this is also true that CCIM Has no any criteria for Ayurvedic colleges, as the super most Ayurvedic College named as B.H.U. in Varanasi as well as 90 years old A&U Tibbia College in Delhi running by Delhi Govt.are not permitted for further admission to UG Course this year while so many Private colleges are permitted having no any indoor or proper facilities.Will anybody tell what is the criteria?

  2. nothing they want to close all the ayurvedic colleges in india they want to spread modern medicine by the policy of upa govt

  3. As we know the CCIM president his self a B.A.M.S so how can we relie on true activity or money matters ………….Dr Jayaprakash Narayana why ccim changing norm in favour of college

  4. dont spoil the status of indian medicinal culture (ayurved) by disaaproving the college insted of this give them time to fullfill the requirment n spread the indian medicinal culture worldwide (this is appil to ccim n respectable govt. of india
    plz change the list n resion

  5. plz take decission about b.a.m.s. college exam of first year 2011-12 batch which is non-permitted by ccim india .because here is not students mistake while taking admission in such colleges. plz take action such colleges head person.and plz shift us on permitted colleges. we are serious about this. because our exams start from 23 may 2013. and we r not able to give exam.

  6. colleg list appov in2005-2013 by ccim time of ragistresion in wich after complite bams course done in ccim & state medical council india

  7. ser mere liye ragvendracharya tredandi ayurvedic college gya bihar se addmitioon k liye call aya h. ples m janna chahta hu ye college ccim approved he ya nhi 2013-2014 k liye

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