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Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana), Punjab
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana), Punjab
Sarabha (Ludhiana) (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 141105
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is managed by Society: Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Charitable Trust.
Principal of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is earlier Dr Krishan Baldev, 94174-81717, now Dr Satish Shukla 94179-25572.
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is situated in Sarabha (Ludhiana) of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is +91-161-2863037.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab are +91-94171-96060 (Administrator), 98158-18190, 98889-38633.
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Website of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab is www.skssct.net.
Chairman : Avtar Singh Grewal, 98149-62314.
General Secretary : Inderjit Singh Grewal, 98788-30848.
Contact Details of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab are : +91-161-2864808, 2864814
The college informed on 15 December 2011 regarding following updates:
The Chairman is S.Hoshiar Singh Grewal (98149-62314)
The new phone No. of the Gen. secy is (98788-30848)
Avtar Singh Grewal (Chairman)
Telephone: +91-98726-30488 (INDIA)
Telephone: 001-905-794-3665 (CANADA)
Inderjit Singh Grewal (Gen. Seceratery)
Telephone: +91-99153-36699 (INDIA)
Telephone: 001-604-616-4788 (CANADA),0161-2864808, 2864814
Institution Contact Nos.
Telephone: +91-161-2864808, 2864814 (INDIA)
College clarification regarding news item Admission nu manta na milan karn Students ne kitti bhann tod
Admissions were made last year up to the last cut off date. But due to vacant seats in some colleges, Pb. Govt. extended the date of admission up to 16th Dec.2011..Hence the last counselling was held on 16-12-2011 after having given proper advertisement in news papers.The counselling was held in the presence of the representative detailed by Punjab Govt.But the University did not register the students admitted on 16th Dec. 2011
The college however filed a case in Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana High Court Chandigarh in this regard. The University issued the date sheet to start the exams from 29th Nov.2012 while the case is still pending in the Hon'ble High Court. The students admitted during previous counselling were issued roll Nos.and they are taking their exams as per scheduled date sheet.
MASLA MANTA MILAN DA NAHIN HAI ...problem sirf Punjab Govt. di permission milan te dakhal keetey 10 (ten)students di hai, jinha da case Maanyog Pb. Hya. High Court wallon decide hona Hai. So, the institution has no other alternative but to wait for the decision.
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Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab runs course(s) in Ayurvedic stream(s).
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital is affiliated with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot (Punjab)
Profile of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and HospitalShaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Charitable Trust was constituted with a dream to open an institute to provide the services of education and health to the society, working on the same lines a small health services unit at village Sarabha was started on about 4 acres of land donated by Late S. Mota Singh Grewal and family.
The foundation stone of the building was laid with the blessing of his holiness Baba Mihan Singh Ji. The Inauguration Ceremony was graced by two close revolutionary associates (of Shaheed Kartar Singh Saraba) Baba Arjun Singh,Jagraon and Baba Pirthi Singh Azad on 5th June, 1988.
Late S. Sukdev Singh Grewal was the Founder Chairman of the institution . Due to his illnees followed by his sad demise the institute had to face crisis. Then the other management members and the students requested S.Avtar Singh Grewal (Canada) to hold the reins of the institution. S.Avtar Singh Grewal than graced the Chairmans office on 13th june, 2002. The Institution owes a lot to him for generating maximum funds and becoming a driving force behind the development of the institution. As the honourable chairman needed an intelligent and honest person to share the responsibility he entrusted S. Inderjit Singh Grewal for the prestigious office of the general secretary-cum-adminsrator. S. Inderjit Grewal has the capability to convert the planning in to practical. His personality is a fine blend of Governance and Service. The duo of these two top office bearers brought the things on the right track again .Fortunately,a renowned NRI educationist S. Hoshiar Singh Grewal(of village Sarabha) and his family(UK and USA) joined the trust and donated generously in crores for the various projects like Girls hostel,Nursing institute,new wing of Ayurvedic college.He also contributed a lot for hospital equipments,purchasing more land for institution and so on.Now the trust has a running group of medical institutes to its credit which has an Ayurvedic College with hospital,School of Nursing(GNM),College of Nursing(B.Sc. Nursing) and a mulyispeciality allopathic hospital. Recently S. Kewal Singh Grewal has donated 2.5 acres piece of prime land for the institute. Now the trust has a running group of medical institute to its credit which has an Ayurvedic college with hospital, School of nursing (G.N.M.) , College of Nursing (B.Sc. Nursing) and a multi speciality allopathic hospital. Now the institution is on the path of development along with a team of other hardworking members of the management with the active cooperation of NRIs, people of the belt, staff and students of the institution.
S.K.S.S. AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE (SARABHA)
The Institute has a beautiful magnificent building and an eye catching landscaping view, spread over an area of 10 acres. It is a fine blend of architecture and natural outlook. There has been Rs. 10 crores expenditure on it so far. Yet the management has further plans of its expansion and development. The equipment in the college are worth more than Rs 1.5 crore.
Recognition and Affliation of the College:
The college has the recognition/approval for B.A.M.S. Degree Courses:
* By C.C.I.M.,New Delhi (Health and Family Welfare Department of India), Punjab Govt. and Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (Faridkot). There are 60 seats per year for admission to this course and this number will be enhanced to 60 likely by the next session with 15% quota for NRI seats.
* Dr. S.N. Goel Ex-Dy. Director and Head of P.G Deptt. Govt. Ayurvedic College, Patiala is the Director of the Institute.
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Media coverage of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Med College and Hospital, Sarabha (Ludhiana) Punjab, Punjab
Sports meet endsNorth Zone Ayurvedic Colleges Sports and Cultural Meet ‘Face to Face’, which began on March 14, concluded today at the premises of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic College at Sarabha. Dr Ravi Inder Singh vice chancellor Baba Farid University presided over the function and gave away trophies to the winners, Charu Lata, Shivani Sharma, Rakhi Chawla, Neha Sharma, Yogesh Bansal, Sonia Thakur and Raveena students of B.A.M.S.
Students from different colleges took part in sports, group songs and solo dance competitions and a colourful variety program was also presented.
Herbs to be showcased at nature cure campShaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic College, Sarabha, will host a two -day camp on nature cure on January 20 and 21. The camp organised in association with the Nature Cure Education Trust will focus on the theme of healthy living without medicines for the benefit of students, faculty members and staff.
Bhattals nod to Babe Ke Nursing CollegeThe Punjab Deputy Chief Minister, Ms Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, today gave the nod for opening up of the Babe Ke Nursing College by the Babe Ke Educational Trust in Daudhar village near Moga here.
Speaking at the prize distribution ceremony of the North Zone Ayurvedic Medical Colleges Sport and Cultural Meet, “Ru Ba Ru 2006”, being held at Babe Ke Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, the minister said the requests put forth by the Trust to increase the number of seats in the BAMS course and opening of new postgraduate MD courses in clinical and non-clinical Ayurvedic streams, had been accepted. Also present on the occasion was the state Transport Minister, Mr Mahinder Singh Kaypee.
Calling upon the students present there, Ms Bhattal said the state government had opened new vistas in IT education and urged the youths to seize the opportunity.
She said the visit by the US President, Mr George W. Bush to India was a sign that the world was opening up to Indian youths.
The Deputy Chief Minister also gave away the prizes to the students who had bagged top positions in the sports and cultural competitions.
The trophy for the best overall team in sports and cultural competitions went to the host, Babe Ke Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital. Mai Bhago Ayurvedic College, Muktsar, was on the second spot. Daya Nand Ayurvedic College, Jalandhar, secured the third position.
In the folk song competition, Mai Bhago Ayurvedic College, Muktsar, was declared first, followed by the hosts at the second spot, and Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College, Sarabha, at the third position.
The giddha competition was again won by the Babe Ke Medical College and Hospital. Mai Bhago Ayurvedic College, Muktsar, and Desh Bhagat Ayurvedic Medical College, Mandi Gobindgarh, secured the second and the third positions, respectively.
125 examined at ayurveda campMore than 125 patients were examined at a free health camp based on ayurveda, nature cure and herbal treatment. The camp was organised by the Tagore Lok Kalyan Trust at Tagore Bhawan here today.
A team of doctors led by Dr Som Nath Goyal, Principal, Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic College examined the patients, who were also provided ayurvedic and herbal medicines and laboratory tests.
Mr S.R. Mittal, a naturopath, made an audio-visual presentation on the healing powers of naturopathy. He explained the benefits of wheat grass juice, describing it as a panacea for all health problems. The method of preparation of wheat grass juice was demonstrated at the camp.
Dr Gayatri Kalia, said she would be going to Europe to deliver lectures on the ayurvedic system of medicine.
Students flay varsitys failure to conduct examsStudents of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College, Sarabha village, have criticised the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, for not conducting their examinations in November and December and forcing them to study for another one and a half years in recognised colleges.
The affected students said the university had taken the plea that the admission of their batch was illegal and the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) had refused to recognise the degrees. “But we have the documents which prove that we had affiliation from Panjab University, Chandigarh, at the time of admission, besides the permission of the CCIM and an NOC from Panjab University. Moreover, every year from 1998-1999, we are getting permission from the CCIM,” said Chander Mohan, president of the students’ union of the college, during a press conference here at Sarabha Nagar today.
The students said the college had received an NOC from the Punjab Government’s Department of Medical Education and Research on July 20, 1998. The college got permission from the CCIM to admit 40 students in the first professional of Ayurvedacharay for 1998-99, subject to affiliation to the university and the permission of the state government, on September 30, 1998.
The college got provisional affiliation from Panjab University on May 13, 1999. The college, with effect from July 1, 1999, got affiliation from Baba Farid University, Faridkot, according to a Punjab Government notification.
The examinations of these students were due but the university did not conduct these. A writ petition was filed by the students in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, in which the students won the case on January 15, 2001. The examinations were held on January 17, 2001. After this, Baba Farid University filed an SLP to take stay against the declaration of the results. However, the students won the case again and the results were declared. By this time, the examinations of second professional were due but the university authorities stated that these would be conducted only if the inspection team of the university gave a satisfactory report and if students had attended more than 75 per cent lectures,” he said.
“We got another shock when the Baba Farid University decided to migrate us — who had passed the first professional — to other affiliated colleges and that we would be allowed to appear in the second prof (BAMS) examinations only after completing a one-and-a-half- year period of training from the date of joining the new college. But this decision of the Baba Farid University Vice-Chancellor was not discussed at the Academic Council’s meeting,” said Chander Mohan.
The students appealed to the authorities that they had already spent lakhs as expenses, including college fee and other charges. They said they had already wasted three years in the second professional only. “The university authorities should give a patient hearing to our genuine demand and save us from harassment,” urged the students.
Medical students future uncertainThe fate of the students of the first batch of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital hangs in balance after the refusal of the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) to recognise their degrees. The Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, has decided to migrate these students to other recognised colleges in the state, a process that would lead to the wastage of one and half years of these students, besides the financial loss.
As many as 40 students of the college have been denied recognition by the CCIM. According to the authorities concerned, the reason for the refusal of recognition could be the admission of these students in an illegal manner.
It is pertinent to mention here that Dr B.L. Bansal of Raikot and his organisation had started the college as a private institute and many students were admitted in it. Since the college had no proper building or hospital, the management decided to collaborate it with Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Trust Hospital.
Mr Chander Mohan, president, Students’ Union, Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, said they were unnecessarily being harassed by the authorities. "With the decision of migration we will have to spend one and a half years more to complete our degree. We have already wasted an extra year at the Sarabha college. We had taken admission in 1998-1999 and by now we should have been doing our practice. But we are being dragged here and there by the authorities,” he added.
Another student Jaswinder Singh asked that when they had already paid their medical fee to the Sarabha college authorities then why should they bear the unnecessary financial burden once again
One of the students said 40 students had taken admission in this batch. “Because of frustration and harassment many students had left the degree course in between. One of the girl students had even committed suicide,” said the student.
The affected students have come from places like Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, etc. These students have now been migrated to the medical colleges at Muktsar, Gobindgarh and Jalandhar on provisional grounds.
Meanwhile, Mr Satish Chandra, Secretary, Medical Education and Research, in a communication to the Registrar, Baba Farid University, Faridkot, recently, maintained that the students had met the Medical Education and Research Minister and the matter was being examined by the government.
Varsity Act not notifiedThe fate of the students of Medical Colleges in the state of Punjab, affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Services hangs in the balance as the Act under which the university was created never came into force till date in the official gazette of the state government.
Dr Paramjit Singh Ranu, Member, Central Council of Homoeopathy, Ministry of Health (Government of India) and Member, Regulation Committee, Central Council of Homoeopathy in his letter written to the Governor of Punjab said that thousands of medical students studying in different medical colleges of Allopathy, Ayurveda as well as homoeopathy faced bleak future. The Act 1998 (Punjab Act no. 18 of 1998) Sub Section 3 of Section 1 has not been notified by the State Government in the official gazette.
Dr Ranu added that from the perusal of Section 1 (3), of Act it was clear, that the date on which the said Act shall come into force, was required to be notified on a subsequent date. “And the date has not been notified in the official gazette till date,” maintained Dr Ranu . The medical colleges affiliated with the said university and the university started functioning without any lawful authority.
The member, Central Council added that the fact of not notifying the date of enforcement of the said Act came to the notice of Punjab and Haryana High Court through civil writ No. 12257 of 2000 in Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital versus the state of Punjab and it was held by the High Court that the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences Act, 1998 was not in force. And the natural consequences was that the transfer of Institutions or the exercise of the jurisdiction by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences was without the authority of law.
Grant affiliation, BFU toldHolding that the management of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital at Raikot had been unduly harassed and treated in a discriminatory manner, Mr Justice Jawahar Lal Gupta and Mr Justice Ashutosh Mohunta of the High Court today directed Baba Farid University of Health Sciences to grant provisional affiliation to the institute.
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