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Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village, Punjab



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Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village, Punjab
Address:Near Dehlon, Malerkotla Road

City Office Diamond Complex, Opp. Bus Stand - Ludhiana
Phones : +91-161-2850561, 2854060, 2430303, 2429259
Gopalpur Village (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 141118
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Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is managed by Society: Guru Nanak Educational Charitable Society (Regd).
Principal of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is Dr RP Kaushal, 98154-88379, Dr. Y.N. Sharma .

Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is situated in Gopalpur Village of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is +91-161-2854595.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab are 94176-68191, 93566-60561.

email ID(s) is Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute Gopalpur Village Punjab

Website of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab is www.gnes.in/ayrumadi.


Contact Details of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab are : Telephone: +91-161-2850561

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Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur Village Punjab runs course(s) in Ayurvedic stream(s).
BAMS

Approval details: Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute is affiliated with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot (Punjab)


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As the world has been moving away from nature, it is facing various health hazards including diseases like AIDS etc in spite of tremendous advancement in modern medical science. Ayurveda, which is a medical science embracing nature as well as a philosophy of life-a way of living, is being recognized as the potential system of medicine all over the world. We find a logical approach towards health and disease classical texts of Ayurved viz Charak Samhita (Medical Text). Sushrut Samhita (Surgical text) and Ashtang Sangrah (Compendium of eight of Ayurveda). Several Ayurvedic texts have been translated into various languages of the world particularly in German and English. World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Health assembly adopted resolution urging different Countries to give adequate importance to the utilization of their respective traditional systems of medicine.
The relevance of Ayurveda in present situation has undoubtedly increased where conventional medicine, with its might and main, find itself unable to fight many diseases. The medical research today is entangled in rapidly increasing struggle against microbes that develop resistance to every new drug tried on them.The patients, not able to bear the side effects of conventional antibiotics are now turning to gentle therapy of Ayurveda and other traditional systems. People have taken benefits from herbal medicine all over the world, where conventional treatment has failed.A new health consciousness is sweeping the world with emphasis on staying healthy, building the immune system and using healing methods close to nature a concept that has its roots in Ayurved.

INTRODUCTION
As the world has been moving away from nature, it is facing various health hazards including diseases like AIDS etc in spite of tremendous advancement in modern medical science. Ayurveda, which is a medical science embracing nature as well as a philosophy of life-a way of living, is being recognized as the potential system of medicine all over the world. We find a logical approach towards health and disease classical texts of Ayurved viz Charak Samhita (Medical Text). Sushrut Samhita (Surgical text) and Ashtang Sangrah (Compendium of eight of Ayurveda). Several Ayurvedic texts have been translated into various languages of the world particularly in German and English. World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Health assembly adopted resolution urging different Countries to give adequate importance to the utilization of their respective traditional systems of medicine.

The relevance of Ayurveda in present situation has undoubtedly increased where conventional medicine, with its might and main, find itself unable to fight many diseases. The medical research today is entangled in rapidly increasing struggle against microbes that develop resistance to every new drug tried on them.

The patients, not able to bear the side effects of conventional antibiotics are now turning to gentle therapy of Ayurveda and other traditional systems. People have taken benefits from herbal medicine all over the world, where conventional treatment has failed.

A new health consciousness is sweeping the world with emphasis on staying healthy, building the immune system and using healing methods close to nature a concept that has its roots in Ayurved.

DIRECTORS MASSAGE
I feel greatly privileged for my appointment as Director of the prestigious Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur. No doubt this is a challenging responsibility for which I shall put my best efforts to do justice with the expectations of the Management as well as of the students and their parents. In the past also I had the opportunity to serve this reputed Institution as its Principal for approx 4 years during which I have gained rich experience and relations with the Management, teaching faculty, other staff members and the students have been very cordial. At present and in future also, I hope to maintain the same.

On my part, I assure all concerned that all possible steps would be taken for improvement, overall development and progress of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur, its staff and students in all fields. At the same time I solicit the kind co-operation from everybody to achieve the desired goals. Valuable suggestions for the same are always welcome.

I hope that the students of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur will touch the heights of excellence by serving the ailing humanity and prove themselves to be worthy citizens of our motherland in the Medical Profession and all other fields also.

May the Almighty bless everybody with his kindness.
Jai Hind, Jai Ayurveda.
(Dr. J.P.S. Oberoi) – Director,
G.N.A.M.C. and R.I., Gopalpur
Retired – Principal Govt. Ayur. College,
Paprola (HP) (M) 94170 1556

PRINCIPALS DESK
Ayurvedic Medical Profession plays an important role in the society. To provide Ayurvedic knowledge and groom Good Ayurvedic Professionals is a matter of great challenge. Awareness of Ayurvedic Knowledge in proper perspective is the responsibility of Ayurvedic Institutions.

Our aim is to spread the knowledge of Ayurveda by inculcating among the students a high sense of discipline and responsibility; thereby preparing them for the competitive world and to give to the Nation the best Ayurvedic Medical Professionals and good citizens. By virtue of having experienced teaching faculty and infrastructure, we are administering a dynamic set up, suited to the challenging needs of the society.

I feel privileged to take up the assignment of Principal of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur which is primarily meant for imparting standard ayurvedic knowledge With my experience in the field of Ayurvedic Education, I shall strive hard to make Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur a leading institution of academic excellence in Ayurveda.

WITH BEST WISHES
Courses and Examination
Degree to be awarded On completion of prescribed period and passing the final examination with satisfactory completion of one year compulsory rotatory internship. The candidate shall be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS Ayurvedacharya) by Baba Farid University Of Health Sciences, Faridkot.

Duration of Course
The total duration of course is 5 ½ years, spread over as under :
First Professional 18 months
Second Professional 18 months
Third professional 18 months
Compulsory Rotatory Internship 12 months

Note:- As per University rules, the degree will be awarded only after satisfactory completion of the rotatory internship.

TEACHING FACULTY
Requisite number of competent and experienced teaching faculty members with the necessary educational qualifications as per the norms of Central Councilof Indian Medicine, New Delhi and the University have been appointed by the Management after careful screening. The teachers with their far-sighted vision, academic interest and medical aptitude impart the best knowledge to the students as far as their syllabus and other related matters are concerned. Their selfless devotion and keen interest in the medical teaching would enable the students of our College to explore and unfold their hidden talents.

Needless to mention, the Institution is much grateful to Dr. J.P.S. Oberoi - the Director and Dr. R.P. Kaushal – the Principal of the College under whose valuable directions and guidance the teachers of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur have been able to maintain the academic standards to the greatest heights, shape the future of our next generations and prepare them for global competition.

Dr. J.P.S. Oberoi, has since retired as Principal from Government Ayurvedic Medical College, Paprola (H.P.) and Dr. R.P. Kaushal is the ex-Principal of the reputed Dhanwantri Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Chandigarh. The teaching faculty, students and other staff of this College benefit themselves with the large teaching experience, administrative efficiency and dedication of these two eminent personalities of the Ayurvedic field and are able to equip themselves not only in academic contents of studies but also become good human beings to become pride of our dear Nation.

EXAMINATION SCHEME
Ist Professional : At the end of 18 months

Subjects
1. Ayurveda Ka Itihas
2. Padarth Vigyan
3. Astang Hridayam (Sutrasthanam)
4. Rachna Sharir (Anatomy)
5. Kriya Sharir (Physiology)
6. Sanskrit

IInd Professional : At the end of 36 months

Subjects 1. Ras Shastra Avam Bhesajya Kalpana
2. Dravyaguna Vigyan (Ayurvedic Pharmacology)
3. Agad Tantra and Vyavhar Ayurved
(Toxiology and Medical Jurisprudence)
4. Rog Vigyan Avam Vikriti Vigyan (Pathology)
5. Charak Samhita
6. Swasth Vritta (Social and Preventive Medicine)

IIIrd Professional : At the end of 4 ½ years

Subjects 1. Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga (Gynaecology and Obstetrics)
2. Kaumarbhritya (Neonatology and Paediatrics)
3. Kaya Chikitsa (Internal Medicine)
4. Shalya Tantra (Surgery)
5. Shalakya Tantra (Opthamology and Oto-Rhino-Larynology)
6. Charaka Samhita (Uttardh)

Note : Guidelines Of C.C.I.M. New Delhi / Baba Fariduniversity Of Health Sciences, Faridkot; Received From Time To Time Regarding Eligibility To Keep Or Not To Keep The Next
Term Will Be Followed In Respect Of The Students Who Fail In More Than Two Subjects.

Compulsory Rotatory Internship : 12 months

Kayachikitsa : 3 months ) NINE
Panchkarma : 1 month ) MONTHS
Shalya Tantra : 2 months ) IN
Prasooti Tantra : 1 month ) THE
Kaumarbritya : 1 month ) COLLEGE
(Bal Rog)/ ) ITSELF
Shalakaya Tantra : 1 month )

Primary Health Centre/ : Two Months

Civil Hospital
Rural Ayurvedic Dispensary : One month

FEE SCHEDULE
Payment of Dues
Student admitted in BAMS 1st prof. will be required to make full payment within 48 hours after the display of the first list of selected candidates. Payment in installment will not be accepted.

Intern students will have to make payment for 12 month in lump sum for admission to the hostel provided accommodation is available.

Payment should be made through demand draft or cash only. Cheques etc will not be accepted.

Except security, dues once paid will not be refunded / transferred.

In case a student leaves the college without completing 5-1/2 years course, he/she will have to deposit the dues for the whole course.

Name of the students not paying the dues till 15 days after the scheduled date, his/her name will be struck off from the college rolls, such students will be admitted on payment of re-admission fee and fine, if allowed by the principal.

A student who is absent or on leave must arrange to pay his/her fees and dues on the scheduled date.

In case a student has got his name struck off the college rolls for any reason, he should submit an application to the principal. He/She will be liable to pay the dues including for the period of absence / suspension.

Students not paying the dues will not be able to appear in the house test / Annual / Supplimentary examination of University and will be debarred from attending the classes.

TUITION FEE
( To be paid annually ) as per notification of the University, issued from time to time. College Security And Library Security Will Be Charged Separately.

REGISTRATION FEE :- As per university norms.

EXAMINATION FEE :- As per university norms.

NOTE :- The NRI students will have to give a bank guarantee for the balance of fee, if they opt to pay the fee in instalments as provided.

RULES and REGULATION
The college students are required to follow the following rules and

Regulations
Students should be regular in attendance. They should be punctual in attending every lecture and the late comers will not mark present although they can be allowed to enter the class by the teacher of concerned subject at his/her discretion .

A student habitually irregular in attendance and negligent in studies may be asked to leave the college at any time during the course of study.

The college keeps date wise attendance record of each student. Parents / Guardians are advised to check the attendance record of their ward in the office of the college. They must visit the college office at least once in a month to check the attendance and progress of their ward.

In case of resident student remaining absent from the classes and found engaged in undesirable pursuits, disciplinary action will be taken against the student and the parents/ guardians will be informed accordingly and his/her name will be removed from the college.

If the name of the student is struck off from the college rolls for the non-payment of the college dues or any other reason after his/her admission form has been sent to the university for examination, his/her admission form will be withdrawn by the Principal without any notice to the student or his/her parents/guardians.

Students should keep the college identity card with them while in the college and produce it when demanded by any college official or faculty member.

Smoking in the college campus and hostel is strictly prohibited.

Keeping of intoxicants, sharp weapons are strictly prohibited in the college hostel.

Get a receipt of every payment made to the college.

In case of quarrel or dispute, a written complaint should be made to the principal at once. None is allowed to take law in his/her hands.

Students should not disfigure furniture or deface walls of the college.

Students must keep themselves away from the active politics in the interest of their studies.

Students are not allowed to possess obscene and vulgar books or any literature of this kind.

Maintain perfect silence in the class room, reading places and in the college campus.

Students are strictly prohibited to stand near classroom or in the corridors in their free periods.

No migration is allowed within the State.

All the admissions are provisional and subject to final approval of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.

If the statements made by the candidate at the time of admission are found to be false at any subsequent time, he/she shall be removed from the college rolls and the dues paid upon the date of such removal shall be forfeited. Principal may take appropriate action against such candidates.

Fees once deposited will not be refunded nor transferable in any case.

They will furnish a bond/bank guarantee that they will be liable to pay the balance fee for the whole course even if they leave the institute/course midway.

Management reserves the right to change any rules provision given in this website.

NOTE
The infringement of the code of conduct and disobedience of the college rules by the student shall make him/her liable for punishment and disciplinary action. Character certificates shall not be issued to such students.

The principal has the right to change any of the college or hostel rules at any time without prior notice.

Parents are requested to make a note of above rules and assist their wards in observing the rules and regulations given in the prospectus.

The provision of this prospectus may be altered at any time and such alteration will be binding upon
all students.

NOTE
Even though due care has been taken to reproduce Govt/University notification, the Institute is not liable for any typographical errors or any other mistake which may have crept inadvertently. The candidates are advised to go through the official Government/University notification for authentic information.

COLLEGE INFORMATION
This Institution was established in 1998 by Guru Nanak Educational Society(Regd.), Gopalpur, (Ludhiana), registered with the Registrar of Societies, Punjab Chandigarh. The affairs of the society are being managed and looked after by its experienced senior members, headed by the worthy Chairman, Dr. Balwinder S. Walia an eminent educationist.

Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur (Ldh.) is affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot and recognized by Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi. The very first admission to the B.A.M.S. Ist Prof. with just 22 students was made in Jan. 2001. Since then the College is on the road to continuous success.

The college is situated on Ludhiana-Malerkotla main road at a distance of just 22 kms. from Ludhiana and 6 K.M. from Mandi Ahmedgarh Town.

The college has natural surroundings, with pollution free environment. A college bus is being provided between Ludhiana and College for the day scholars.

Dr. Walia has taken an extremely dedicated step towards mankind and for the ailing society. The primary motive of the society is to establish an Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute and Charitable Ayurvedic Hospital. This is not only an effort but a movement moved by the best efforts of Dr. Walia and his teammates to uplift the Ayurved with the help of modern equipment and new developments, which have taken place in medical world in this changing scenario.

The society has been nurtured by eminent social workers and other senior dignitaries of the city.

FACILITIES
PHOTO STAT MACHINE :-

For convenience of all concerned, a Photostat Machine has been installed in the College itself.

CHOLARSHIPS AND MEDALS
The students standing 1st and 2nd in the annual examinations of B.A.M.S. 1st prof, IInd Prof. and IIIrd Prof. will be awarded merit scholarships of RS.100 per month by the worthy Chairman. Medals will also be awarded by the College to the students securing 1st position in Annual Examination of B.A.M.S.

Play Ground
The college has play ground within its premises for different outdoor games. Facilities For indoor games are also available. The students of college have got prizes for their best performances in inter collegiate competitions, held from time to time in different Ayurvedic Medical Colleges.

Canteen
The canteen is functioning and catering to the needs of students as well as the OPD/IPD patients of the hospital.

LIBRARY
Nawab Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Library The College Library, fully computerized, connected with internet facility and equipped with all the requisite infrastructure and reading facilities provides valuable service to the students and teachers to update their knowledge as far as their academic pursuits, medical field in general and Ayurveda in particular are concerned.

With a rich collection of 6437 books, it caters to the day to day requirement of books of the students and teachers The College library subscribes for various journals and newspapers and receives the same on regular basis for use by the students. Adequate funds are allocated in the yearly budget of the College for purchase of books for the library.

Area / Rooms / Seating Capacity : 2100 sq ft with four rooms and seating capacity of 50 students at a time. Separate room is available for the teaching faculty and other staff members of the College.

Photocopying machine, printer and drinking facilities are also available for all. Working Hours : The library remains open during the working hours of the College on all working days. During vacations also the library staff is available to enable the students to avail their services.

Library Rules and Regulations : All the students are advised and expected to follow the rules and regulations of the College Library and maintain discipline to avoid inconvenience to any person otherwise disciplinary action is taken apart from the monetary fine.

Departmental Libraries : Apart from the main library of the College, all the departments have been also been provided with sufficient number of books for their separate use.

HOSTAL FACILITIES
Girls :- The college has a separate hostel for female students with an intake capacity of 125. It has a good and safe dwelling place for girls, equipped with adequate security arrangements. Round the clock vigil is kept by the Security Staff. Food and other facilities (like Indoor games etc),

Large play grounds and large open space surrounds the hostel.

Boys :- The hosteler boys reside in a separate hostel, equipped with all the requisite facilities, with an intake capacity of 150 students.

Hostel Rules :- Details of hostel rules have been given in the hostel prospectus which is available from the college office. Hostel residents must read these rules.

Twenty hour electricity facility available with 62 Kw generator set for college and hostel

SPORTS and GAMES
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The college will organize yearly interclass and inter college (of its own colleges) events of sports and games. The various events will be -
100 meter race
4*100 meters relay race
Long Jump
Discuss Throw
Badminton
Table Tennis

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Extra-Curricular Activities :-

The students are encouraged to take part in State Ayurvedic College Games, Inter-State Ayurvedic College exam games, various cultural activities like Drama, Dancing, Poetry, Declamation contests, Debates and Quiz programmers etc. conducted / sponsored by B.F.U.H. S Sciences, Faridkot from time to time. Their excellent performances have won many medals trophies for our College in different competitions.

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Various services as under are provided to the students for their overall development, make them competent enough in todays competitive world :

Suggestion Box
Suggestion box has been provided to receive valuable suggestions from the students for implementation by the College authorities if the same are found feasible. Complaints of any type can also be deposited in the box for sympathetic consideration and proper timely solution.

Counseling
Frequent counseling sessions by the teachers and other staff of the College are held in the College to have interaction with the students and guide them properly for their betterment in all respects.

Guest Lectures
To apprise the students of the valuable ideas of eminent personalities from different fields and enhance their knowledge, arrangements are made for their guest lectures in the College Campus for the benefit of the students and personal interaction with each other.

Internet Facility
Facilities of computer with internet have also been provided for use of the students to make them aware of the day-to-day developments all around the globe.

Tours
Educational and recreational tours are often organized by the College authorities to enhance their knowledge. Needless to mention, other amenities, e.g. Gym, Music Systems, Common Rooms with TV, various indoor/outdoor games and Conference Rooms for students meetings are also being provided to the students.

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