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Distance Learning / Regular Complementary and Alternative Medicines  Certificate/Diploma/Degree  Courses:

 


BACHELOR CERTIFICATION COURSES 


योग और प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा डिप्लोमा (Yog Aur Prakritik Chikitsa Diploma) etc.


Course Stream

Course Name

Duration

Qualification

Naturopathy

D.N.Y.S.

3Years & 6 Months rotatory internship program

12 th  Class

B.N.Y.S.

4Years & 6 Months( full time study)

+ 1 year of rotatory internship program which is a full time clinical training in various naturopathy and yogic institutions, clinics and Hospitals. The medium of instruction is English.

 

Two-year pre-Board course or 10+2 or 12th examination or equivalent with science subjects obtaining at least 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category 5% marks relaxation is considered.

 

N.D.

(Doctor of Naturopathy )

2 Year

Any relevant and recognized medical degree /diploma in the naturopathy

M.D.

2 Year

Any relevant and recognized medical degree /diploma in the naturopathy

Electro - Homoeopathy

D. E. H. M.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

D. E. M.S.

3 Year

12 th  Class

B.E.M.S.

4Years & 6 Months( full time study)

+ 1 year of rotatory internship program which is a full time clinical training in electro-homeopathy institutions, clinics and Hospitals. The medium of instruction is English.

 

Two-year pre-Board course or 10+2 or 12th examination or equivalent with science subjects obtaining at least 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category 5% marks relaxation is considered.

 

M.D.(E.H.)

2 Year

Any relevant and recognized medical degree /diploma in the electro-homeopathy

Acupressure

D. A. T.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

B.A.M.S.(Acu)

 

 

 

 

 

M.D.(Acu.)

Doctor of Medicine in Acupuncture 

4Years & 6 Months( full time study)

+ 1 year of rotatory internship program which is a full time clinical training in acupressure institutions, clinics and Hospitals. The medium of instruction is English.

 

 2 Year

Two-year pre-Board course or 10+2 or 12th examination or equivalent with science subjects obtaining at least 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category 5% marks relaxation is considered.

 

 

Any relevant and recognized medical degree /diploma in the Acupuncture 

Acupuncture

D. A. T.

(Diploma in Acupressure Therapy )

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

 

B.A.M.S.(Acu)

 

 

 

 

M.D.(Acu.)

Doctor of Medicine in Acupressure

4Years & 6 Months( full time study)

+ 1 year of rotatory internship program which is a full time clinical training in acupuncture institutions, clinics and Hospitals. The medium of instruction is English.

 

Two-year pre-Board course or 10+2 or 12th examination or equivalent with science subjects obtaining at least 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category 5% marks relaxation is considered.

 

 

 

 

 

Alternative Medicines

D. A .S. M.

2 Years

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Aroma Therapy

D. A. T. S.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Bach Flower Remedies

D. B. F. R.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Bio-Chemic

D. B. S. M.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

 

 

 

 

Gem-Tele-Chromo Therapy

D. G. T. C. T.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Hypnotherapy

D. H. T.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Indo Allopathy

D. I. A. S. M.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Magneto Therapy

D. M. T.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Medical Astrology

D. M. A. S.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Medicinal Herbalism

D. M. H. S.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Naturopathy

N.D.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Radiesthesia & Radionics

D. R. R. S.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Reiki Healing

D. R. H.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

Yoga & Massage

D. Y. M. T.

6 Months

H. School / Xth/ Equ

 

Name of course

Duration

Certificate Course in Pilates CCP (First Time in India )

Certificate Course in Yogalates-CCY  (First Time in India )


3 months

6 months

Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy

Yoga teacher training certification course

 Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy

Diploma in Yoga Science

1 Year

Certificate Course in Yoga Science

Three & Half Months

Foundation Course in Yoga Science

1 Month

PGD in Yoga Therapy for Doctors

1 Year

PGD in Yoga Therapy

 

Yoga Therapy Orientation Training For Doctors

3 Years

Yoga Teachers Training Course

3 Years

Yoga Instructor Course

1 Month

Course in Yoga Studies

4 Months

Certificate in Yoga Science & Life Style

3 Months

International Yoga Teachers Training Programme

2 Years

Teachers Training Course

1 Year

Teachers Training Course

7 Months

Comprehensive Teachers Training Course

3 Months

Teachers Training Course (TTC)

1 Month

Master Degree in Yoga

2 Years

Yoga Teachers Training Course

1 Month

P.G.D. in Yoga Vijnana

1 Year

P.G.D. in Human Consciousness  & Yoga Therapy

1 Year

Foundation Course in Yogic Science (Distance Mode)

6 Months

Certificate Course in Yoga & Alternative Therapy

6 Months

Yoga Instructor Certificate Course (YICC)

3 Months (Senior secondary examination (10+2) or any equivalent examination)

Diploma in yoga education and human sciences (DYEHS)

1 Year (Bacheolar's degree from a recognized university)

Diploma in Yoga Shishak (D.Y.S)

1 Year

Post graduate diploma in Yoga Therapy(P.G.D.Y.T.)

2 Years

Certificate in Yoga & Naturopathy (C.C.Y.N)

One & Half Months

Certificate in Yoga Education (C.Y.Ed)

3 Months

Certificate in Naturopathy

6 months

Certificate in Yogic Science

6 Months

Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy (D.Y.N)

1 Year

Certificate in Naturopathy

6 months

Post Graduate Diploma in Yogaic Science

1 Year

Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy

1 Year

Certificate in Yogic Science

6 Months

 

 

More Details :

Two-year Diploma in Complementary and Alternative Medicines course

Post Graduate Diploma in Alternative Medicine Course (1 year):

Post Graduate Diploma in Alternative Medicine (P.G.D.A.M.) distance learning course is designed as a foundation for a career in alternative medicine.

Bachelor Programmes:

Bachelor's in Alternative Medicine (B.A.M.S. (A.M.) / B.A.S.M.)  3 years.

Master Course:

 Master's in Psychotherapy and Counseling (M.P.C.) Program

Doctorate Courses:

1. Doctor of Naturopathy / Natural Medicine ( N.D. / N.M.D.)

2. Doctor of Oriental Medicine ( O.M.D. )

3. Doctor of Holistic Medicine ( H.M.D. )

4. Doctor of Medicine in Alternative Medicines M.D.(A.M.)

5. Doctor of Philosophy in Alternative Medicines  Ph.D(A.M.)

6. Doctor of Science in Alternative Medicines  D.Sc (A.M.)

7. Doctor of Literature in Alternative Medicine D.Litt (A.M.)

8. Doctor of Medicine in Acupuncture  M.D. (Acu.)

Doctor of Medicine in Electro Homeopathy  M.D. (E.H.)

All other courses for the Naturopathy & Yoga; Reiki Healing; Acupressure & Magneto therapy; Medicinal Herbalism; GemTeleChromo Therapy; ElectroHomoeopathy;Hypnotherapy; Aroma Therapy; Traditional Chinese Medicine; Radiesthesia & Radionics; Iridology Science; Chiropractic; Acupuncture; Holistic Health & Nutrition; Reflexology

 

 

 

DNYS पाठ्यक्रम की सन्दर्भ पुस्तकें 


DNYS प्रथम वर्ष :

1. मानव शरीर रचना  -  डॉ.जानकीशरण शर्मा 

2. शरीर रचना एवं शरीर क्रिया विज्ञान  -  श्री नंदन बंसल

3. डबास नेचर गॉइड - डॉ. आर.एस.डबास

4. दिव्य प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा  - डॉ. रामदत्त शर्मा 

5. कब्ज गैस की अचूक चिकित्सा  - डॉ. ओमप्रकाश आनंद

6. Anatomy and Physiology  - Eleven Pearce

7. First Aid to injured  -  St. John Amb.Ass.

8. प्राकृतिक आयुर्विज्ञान  - डॉ. राकेश जिंदल (संपादक) 

9. शरीर रचना एवं क्रिया विज्ञान  - डॉ. विमल मोदी 


DNYS द्वितीय वर्ष 

1. जल चिकित्सा  -  डॉ. ओंकारनाथ/ डॉ. नीरज 

2. पृथ्वी  -  डॉ. ओंकारनाथ/ डॉ. नीरज

3. सूर्य  - डॉ. ओंकारनाथ

4. आकृति से रोग की पहचान  - लुई कुने

5. रोगों की नई चिकित्सा  -  लुई कुने

6. अभिनव प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा  - डॉ. कुलरंजन मुखर्जी

7.  A Complete Hand book of N.C. I -  Dr. H.K.bakhru


DNYS तृतीय वर्ष :

1. वैज्ञानिक मालिश  - डॉ. सत्यपाल

2. भोजन और स्वास्थ्य  - डॉ.ओंकारनाथ / डॉ.शर्मा

3. उपवास  - डॉ. जयनारायण जायसवाल

4. स्त्री रोगों की गृह चिकित्सा -  डॉ. कुलरंजन मुखर्जी

5. रोगों की सरल चिकित्सा  -डॉ.विट्ठलदास मोदी 

6. बुनियादी प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा  - डॉ.सुखवीर सिंह

7. पुराने रोगों की गृह चिकित्सा  - डॉ. कुलरंजन मुखर्जी

8. A Complete Hand book of N.C. II -  Dr. H.K.bakhru

Regular Courses available on Naturopathy & Yoga

BCAM :Course  and Fee Details (  2014-2015        )




Note : Please update with board as Fees are subjected to chance as per BCAM (T&C Apply) 



 

                 

Course Contents For naturopathy : 

Basic Medical Subjects - Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Community Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Basic Psychiatry, Toxicology and Forensic Medicine, Diagnostic Methods, Emergency Medicine and First Aid. 

Naturopathy Subjects - Philosophy of Nature Cure, Hydrotherapy, Mud therapy Magneto therapy and Chromo therapy, Manipulative Therapies (Massage, Reflexology, Chiro-practice, Osteopathy), Acupuncture, Acupressure, Reflexology, Fasting and Nutrition therapy, Dietetics, Naturopathy Diagnostics, (facial and iris diagnosis), Herbs. 

Yoga Subjects - Yoga practices, Yoga Philosophy, Shat karmas, Pranayama, Asthanga yoga, Therapeutic yoga and Physiotherapy& Physical Culture. 

Course Modules and Examination Scheme:

Course Module

FIRST YEAR

::             ANATOMY

::             PHYSIOLOGY

::             BIOCHEMISTRY

::             PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE CURE

::             YOGA PRACTICES            

 

SECOND YEAR

::             PATHOLOGY

::             MICROBIOLOGY

::             COMMUNITY MEDICINE

::             YOGA PHILOSOPHY

::             MAGNETOTHERAPY AND CHROMOTHERAPY

 

THIRD YEAR

::             MANIPULATIVE THERAPIES

::             ACUPUNCTURE

::             YOGA APPLICATIONS

::             FASTING THERAPY

::             NATUROPATHY DIAGNOSIS

::             MODERN DIAGNOSIS AND FIRST AID     

 

FOURTH YEAR (ONE AND HALF YEARS DURATION)

::             NUTRITION, DIETETICS AND HERBS

::             OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

::             YOGA THERAPY

::             HYDROTHERAPY

::             PHYSIOTHERAPY

::             HOLISTIC PRACTICE OF NATUROPATHY & YOGA

::             HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

::             PSYCHOLOGY & BASIC PSYCHIATRY


Scope of practice / placement after B.N.Y.S  (CAREER POSSIBILITIES)

There is a vast scope for the practitioners of Naturopathy and Yoga both in the government and private sectors in India and abroad. After the successful completion of B.N.Y.S. program, the graduate has a wide range of Career Opportunities:


  1. Naturopathic Physicians / Consultants
  2. Medical Research
  3. Scientist Doctor in MEDI-SPAs
  4. Academician in Naturopathic Medical Institutions
  5. Yoga Consultant / Therapist
  6. Stress Management Consultant Life Style Interventionist in various disciplines like Cardiology / Obesity / Fitness / Endocrinology etc. Acupuncture Physician
  7. Corporate / Wellness Consultant
  8. Establishment of private practice as a holistic health and fitness expert.
  9. Can serve as a stress management consultant for various firms and corporates.
  10. Can serve as a fitness manager in spas, health resorts and health clubs.
  11. There is a growing demand in academics, clinical practice and research in this field with the establishment of Hospitals and Educational Institutions all over India.
  12. There is a broad scope for pursuing higher education and research work in this field.






 

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1. What is Naturopathy?

•  Naturopathic medicine (also known as naturopathy ) is a school of medical philosophy and practice that seeks to improve health and treat disease chiefly by assisting the body's innate capacity to recover from illness and injury.

•  Naturopathic practice may include a broad array of different modalities, including manual therapy, hydrotherapy, herbalism, acupuncture, counseling, iridology, aromatherapy, nutritional counseling and so on.

•  Naturopathic medicine is a comprehensive system of health care within the complementary and alternative medicine world that incorporates many modalities.

2. What is Yoga and Yoga Therapy?

•  Naturopathic doctors are highly educated and complete healthcare providers who integrate standard medical diagnostics with a broad range of natural therapies.

3. Do they have license to treat patients?

•  Yes, qualified Naturopathy doctors, who studied under regular educational programmed provided by Naturopathy colleges are registered in state Medical Boards. They are licensed to treat patients.

4. Can Naturopathic doctors treat acute concerns and chronic health conditions?

Yes, Naturopaths are complete holistic health care practitioners, which mean that they can treat the same conditions as a family doctor, including both acute concerns and chronic health conditions. If Naturopathy physicians are unable to treat your condition, they will refer appropriate specialist.

5. How is Naturopathic Medicine different from conventional medicine?

• The main difference is in philosophical approach. Doctors of Naturopathic Medicine help people by restoring overall health rather than suppressing a few key symptoms. Naturopaths are more concerned with finding the underlying cause of a condition and applying treatments that work in alliance with the natural healing mechanism of the body rather than against it. Naturopathic treatments result less frequently in adverse side effects, or in chronic conditions that arise when the cause of a disease is left untreated. Naturopath takes more time with a patient and takes a more comprehensive approach to help the individual.

6. Are Naturopathic Doctors opposed to drugs and surgery?

• No, Naturopathy doctors are not opposed to invasive or suppressive measures when they are deemed necessary. Naturopaths also make referrals to such treatments when deemed appropriate.

7. Is Naturopathic Medicine cost effective?

•  This approach reduces the incidence of high-cost chronic conditions and can reduce both immediate and long term health cost.

8. Naturopathic doctors cross refer to other practitioners?

• Yes, it is becoming more common that Naturopathic doctors, medical doctors, Ayurveda doctors, and other health care professionals cross refer clients for a coordinated and complete health care plan. Naturopathic doctors are trained to recognize conditions that are outside their scope of practice and to refer to other health care providers when it is appropriate.

9. Is Naturopathic medicine scientific? Is it safe?

• Every year countless research studies, both scientific and clinical, are conducted by hundreds of independent companies, laboratories and universities. With the growing demand, Naturopathic doctors meet high standards of practice and base their treatments on sound scientific studies.
As for the safety of Naturopathy, since it focuses on using substance that are natural, gentle, non-toxic, and non-invasive. Side effects are rare and Naturopathic doctors are well trained about interactions between Naturopathic remedies and conventional medication.

10. What does the word Yoga means?

The literal meaning of the Sanskrit word Yoga is to 'yoke'. Accordingly, Yoga can be defined as a means for uniting the individual spirit with universal spirit of God.  

•  ‘A' CLASS MEDICAL PRACTITIONER Registration Provided By The Government,

Under Dept. of Indian Systems of Medicine & Homeopathy.

11. Is Yoga just stretching?

• Yoga is not just stretching, it is more than that. Yoga is science and art of living healthy, spiritually uplifted, happy and contended life. It provides the state of harmony between stretching and relaxation brought without any efforts, which tranquilises the mind and stabilises the body.

12. How Yoga does helps students to perform better?

• Yoga helps students perform better by

  • Providing balanced physical, mental and emotional growth.
  • Increasing concentration, memory, clarity of mind
  • Providing sound health and mind.
13. Is Yoga all about just making different postures?

• There are different components in Yoga, like pranayamas, various mudra, meditation, Yoga Nidra etc., which can be practiced keeping in mind the physical deformity/handic as per requirements. Techniques can be developed for teaching certain postures/ pranayamas to the handicapped person.

14. What is scope of practice / placement after B.N.Y.S.?

•After the successful completion of B.N.Y.S. program, the graduate has a wide range of Career Opportunities:

  • Naturopathic Physicians / Consultants
  • Medical Research
  • Scientist Doctor in MEDI-SPAs
  • Academician in Naturopathic Medical Institutions
  • Yoga Consultant / Therapist
  • Stress Management Consultant Life Style Interventionist in various disciplines like Cardiology / Obesity / Fitness / Endocrinology etc. Acupuncture Physician
  • Corporate / Wellness Consultant


Code of ethics:'

 PRACTITIONER – Duties and Ethics

The Code of Ethics framed by the International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicines.

Duties of Practitioners In General

1. A practitioner must always maintain the highest standards of professional conduct towards both the individual and society.

2. A practitioner must not allow himself to be influenced merely by motives of   profit.

3. The following practices are deemed unethical:
(a) Self advertisement except such as is expressly authorized by the Code of Ethics.
(b) Taking part in any plan of medical care in which the practitioner does not have professional independence.
(c) To receive any funds in connection with services rendered to a patient other than the acceptance of a proper professional fee or to recieve any money in the same circumstances without the knowledge of the patient, such as commissions, kick-backs and gifts.

4. Under no circumstances is a practitioner permitted to do anything that would weaken the physical or mental resistance of a human being, except for strictly therapeutic or prophylactic indications imposed in the interest of the patient.

5. A practitioner is advised to use great caution in publishing discoveries. The same applies to methods of treatment whose value is not yet recognised by the profession at large.

6. When a practitioner is called upon to give evidence in court on a legal matter or issue a certificate, he should only state that which he can verify; no hearsay should be included.

Duties of the Practitioner to the Patient

1.     A practitioner must always bear in mind the importance of preserving all life from the time of conception until death.

2.       A practitioner owes to his patient complete loyalty and all the resources of his therapy. Whenever an examination or treatment is beyond his capacity, he should immediately summon another practitioner who has the necessary ability.

3.       A practitioner owes to his patient absolute secrecy on all events which have been confided to him or which he knows because of the confidence entrusted in  him.

4.       A practitioner must give the necessary treatment in an emergency,  unless he is assured that it can and will be given by another in due time.

5.       Every patient has the right to expect a complete and thorough examination of his disorder and that accurate records will be kept.

6.       A practitioner should unceasingly, in the interests of his patients, improve his knowledge and skill continuously.

 Duties of Practitioners to Each Other

1.       A practitioner ought to behave towards his colleagues to create mutual trust.

2.       A practitioner must not entice patients from his colleagues.

3.       A practitioner must observe all the principles and guidelines laid down by International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicines.

 The Practitioner and Commercial Undertakings

1.       A general ethical principle is that a practitioner should not associate himself   with commerce in such a way as to let it influence, or appear to influence, his attitude towards the treatment of his patients.

2.       Testimonials or laudatory certificates, whether for publication or not, of any appliance or apparatus or dressing or any medicinal preparation or any cosmetic or food should not be given by a practitioner.

3.       Practitioners should not sanction the quotation of an extract from any publication or report for the purpose of  trade except with the authority of the International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicines.

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Advertisement

1.       A practitioner should not attempt in any way to advertise himself except by the legitimate means of proficiency in his work and by skill and success in his practice.

2.       It is unethical for a practitioner to insert any advertisement in the public press or issue any card or circular relating to his profession or the clinical practice except in the following circumstances:

(a) on commencing practice
(b) on changing his or her address
(c) on temporary absence from  practice
(d) on resumption of  practice
(e) on disposal of  practice
(f) on succeeding to another practice
(g) on entering or retiring from a partnership
(h) on discontinuance of a colleague in a group practice

3.       A medical journal advertisement must be simple and direct as possible. Every advertisement shall be 'run on', without spacing and without display. The type shall be that ordinarily used for articles. No more space shall be given to the advertisement other than that required to print it. Hours of consultation, address and telephone number may be inserted.

4.       Letters of abbreviations indicating all other qualifications may be added. A statement of specialty may be included only if that specialty constitutes the practice of the healer for not less than five years.

5.       It is unethical for any practitioner to permit his name to be used in any material relating to diseases or their treatment which is published in the public press or broadcast by radio or television. Approval may be given by the Indian Board of Alternative Medicines, on application, to waive this rule when departure from anonymity is in the public or professional interests.

6.       No interview with a media reporter on subjects relating to diseases and their treatment should be given by a practitioner except:

a.
       That the name or the practitioner interviewed should not be published nor his identity revealed in any report published of the interview, except with the approval of the International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicines.

b.       That, if possible, a copy of the report proposed to be published be submitted for prior approval.
c.
       That the practitioner interviewed should not imply that he has superior ability over other practitioners.

7.       Public lectures or addresses to lay audiences may be given on professional subjects in order to promote Alternative Medicines.

8.       No practitioner except with the approval in writing of the International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicinesshall have his name plate affixed else-where other than:
(a) at his residence
(b) at premises where he attends regularly for the purposes of treating his patients

9.       Name plates shall be unostentatious in size, lettering and form, and may bear the name, qualification and practice hours. A statement of speciality may appear only if that speciality constitutes the sole practice of the practitioner.

10.   Practitioners may display the titles, after conferment, in addition to their clinical qualifications.

De registration

1.       practitioner's name may be removed from the Medical Register maintained by the Board by reasons of conviction of an indictable offence or infamous conduct in a professional respect.

2.       The International Board of complementary and Alternative Medicines shall have the power to expel from Registrationship  any practitioner on the ground that his conduct is deemed by the Board to be detrimental to the honour and or is calculated to bring the profession or the Board into disrepute. Or on the grounds that the practitioner has willfully and persistently refused to comply with the Rules of the Board or the Articles or the By-laws of the Board.

3.       An expelled practitioner shall be liable to pay all sums due from him to the Board at the time of his expulsion.

4.       No canvassing for membership of any professional society is allowed. This rule must be strictly followed at congresses and symposia.

Procedures In Ethical Matters

An ethics subcommittee may be appointed to investigate any questions of ethics which are brought to notice by the chairman.

Teaching Courses, Symposia, Congress

Affiliated societies may make applications for recognition of their teaching curricula, symposia and congresses organised by them. The logo of the Board may only be used after obtaining written approval.

Legal Advice

The Board may arrange for free legal advice for all its practitioners who desire or require such advice.

Salient Features of Naturopathy

The main features of Naturopathy are as under:

 

  1. All diseases, their causes and treatment are one. Except for traumatic and environmental conditions, the cause of all diseases is one i.e. accumulation of morbid matter in the body. The treatment of all diseases is elimination of morbid matter from the body.

 

  1. The primary cause of disease is accumulation of morbid matter. Bacteria and virus enter and survive in the body only after the accumulation of morbid matter when a favourable atmosphere for their growth is established in body. Hence, the basic cause of disease is morbid matter and bacteria secondary causes.
  2. Acute diseases are self-healing efforts of the body. Hence, they are our friends, not the enemy. Chronic diseases are outcome of wrong treatment and suppression of the acute diseases.
  3. Nature is the greatest healer. The human body itself has the healing power to prevent itself from disease and regain health if unhealthy.
  4. In Nature Cure it is not the disease but the entire body of the patient which is caused and is renewed.
  5. Naturopathy Cures Patients suffering from chronic ailments are also treated successfully in comparatively less time by Naturopathy.
  6. In Nature Cure the suppressed diseases are brought to surface and are removed permanently.
  7. Naturopathy treats all the aspects like physical, mental, social and spiritual at the same time.
  8. Naturopathy treats the body as a whole.
  9. According to Naturopathy, “Food is only the Medicine”, no external medications are used.
  10. Performing prayer according to one’s spiritual faith is an important part of treatment (According to Gandhiji “Rama Nama is the best Natural Treatment
Some Important Treatments of Naturopathy
  • Mud pack, Mud Applications
  • Mud Bath, Underground Mud Bath, Mud Pool Bath
  • Hip Bath
  • Spinal Bath, Spinal Spray Bath
  • Immersion Bath, Friction Bath
  • Foot Bath, Arm Bath
  • Steam Bath, Sauna Bath
  • Sun Bath, Colour Sun Bath (Chromo Bath),
  • Green Leaves Sun Bath
  • Hot & Cold Fomentation
  • Wet Sheet Pack, Chest Pack, Abdomen Pack, Trunk Pack
  • Knee Pack, Neck Pack, Wet Girdle Pack
  • Enema-Warm Water, Butter Milk, Tender Coconut Water etc.
  • Circular Jet Bath
  • Colon Irrigation
  • Deluxe Hydro Massage, Jacuzi
  • Hot and Cold Water Douches, Effusions
  • Whirlpool Bath
  • Under Water Exercises
  • Magnet Therapy
  • Colour Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Acupressure
  • Reflexology
  • Physiotherapy Treatments - Exercise Therapy, Electro Therapy

Techniques and Benefits of Different Modalities of Naturopathy



 

 

Eligibility for Passing

  • For a pass in a theory subject, a candidate shall secure minimum of 50% of the maximum marks prescribed for the theory subject in the University examination.
  • For a pass in a practical/field training/viva-voce examination, a candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% of the maximum marks prescribed for the University examination in the relevant practical/field training/viva-voce.
  • For a pass in Project Work, a candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% of the maximum marks prescribed.
  • The candidates who do not satisfy the condition of first point shall be deemed to have failed in that subject must be subsequently cleared by repeating (by fresh registration and attending the classes) the same course before being eligible for the award of the Degree.
  • The candidates who pass a subject of a semester as per first point is not allowed to appear for the same again, unless he/she opts for rejection of results as per the points below
  • If a candidate so desires, there shall be provision for rejection of total performance of a semester (including 1A marks). But rejection is emitted only once during the entire course of study.
  • The candidate who desires, to reject the performance as per fourth point shall reject performance in all the subjects of the semester irrespective of whether the candidate has passed or failed in any subject.
  • A candidate who desires to reject the total performance of the semester including internal assessment, has to take readmission for the relevant semester. Application for such readmission shall be sent to the Registrar (Academic), within 30 days from the date of the announcement of the results. Late submission of application shall not be accepted for any reasons. Readmission to I semester in such cases will not be considered as fresh admission i.e., the candidate will continue to have same University Seat Number, which was allotted earlier.
  • Such candidates who opt for rejection are eligible for award of class but not eligible for award/s.

Promotion and Eligibility for the Examinations

  • There shall not be any restriction for promotion from odd semester to even semester, provided the candidate has fulfilled the attendance requirement.