Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch three National Ayush Institutes on December 11 with the goal of improving infrastructure and fostering research in traditional medicine.
PM Modi will dedicate the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) in Goa, the National Institute of Unani Medicine (NIUM) in Ghaziabad, and the National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH) in Delhi. According to the Ministry of Ayush, these satellite institutions will improve research, international cooperation, and make Ayush services more affordable to a greater community.
These institutes will aid in the provision of affordable healthcare to all citizens and regions of the country.
On December 11, the Ministry of Ayush will host the 9th World Ayurveda Congress (WAC), which Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend. In Panjim, Goa, the event will highlight the scientificity, efficacy, and strength of the Ayush system of medicine on a global scale.
According to a Ministry of Ayush statement, the establishment of three new national Ayush institutes in Ayurveda, Homeopathy, and Unani will create 400 additional seats for 400 students pursuing UG, PG, and Doctoral courses, as well as 550 additional beds in these three streams.
The All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) in Goa will endeavour to provide the finest quality facilities for UG, PG, and post-doctoral courses in teaching, research, and patient care services using the Ayurvedic medical system. According to the statement, it will be transformed into an Ayurvedic wellness hub encouraging Medical Value Travel (MVT) and will serve as a model centre for international and national collaboration for academic and research reasons.
The National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH) in Delhi, according to the statement, is the first of its type to be founded in Northern India for the development of the Homoeopathic system of medicine and the provision of health care services.
It will work on mainstreaming and integrating Ayush healthcare services with modern medicines, as well as encouraging R&D and innovation and developing reputable national institutes.
The National Institute of Unani Medicine (NIUM) in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, will serve as a satellite facility for the existing National Institute of Unani Medicine in Bangalore. It will be the first of its kind in Northern India, serving patients from Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and other Indian states, as well as foreign nationals under MVT.