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                Affiliated by Central Council, Indian Medicines, AYUSH, Govt. of India, New Delhi, M.U.H.S., Nashik, Maharashtra) (Approved by Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi., Affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik)
TEACHING STAFF DETAILS :
Sr.No Photo Name Designation Qualification Experience State council Reg. No. CCIM Teacher Code
1 Name : VD.DESHPANDE NEETA MAHESH
Date Of Birth- 28-04-1975
E-mail- deshpandeneeta55@gmail.com
Mobile No.-9403580305
Reader M.D. 14 Years I-32977-A-1 AYDG01086
2 Name : VD. SHINDE MAHADEV NAGANNATH
Date Of Birth- 1-06-1981
E-mail- shindedrmahadev@gmail.com
Mobile No.-8975963605
Lecturer M.D. 5 months I-73385-E AYDG01281

RESEARCH ARTICLE AND PUBLICATIONS

Sr.No AUTHOR TITLE JOURNAL ISSN NO.
1 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(1st Author)
Vanshalochan – analytical study Deerghayu International 0970-3381
2 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(2nd Author)
Diet essential to maintain Liver health Deerghayu International 0970-3381
3 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(2nd Author)
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease – in Ayurvedic perspective Deerghayu International 0970-3381
4 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(2nd Author)
A single case study: Guduchi kwath in patients of Dengue Deerghayu International 0970-3381
5 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(2nd Author)
Study of Guduchi kwath (Tinospora cordifolia) in Dengue fever Deerghayu International 0970-3381
6 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(1st Author)
Kahrjur – a review from brihattrayi World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research (International Journal) 2277-7105
7 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(1st Author)
Date fruit (phoenix dactylifera linn) – a review on nutritional values, phytochemicals and pharmacological actions. World Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research (International Journal) 2277-7105
8 Dr. Neeta M. Deshpande
(1st Author)
Charakokta Hrudya Mahakashay – A Review International Journal of Health Sciences and Research 2249-9571

VISION AND MISSION

Vision:
Teaching and Learning Medicinal Plants for Longevity.
Mission:
• To teach Ayurved in traditional and modern ways with the help of pharmacology.
• To train Ayurved Scholars to serve as a well knowledgeable personality.
• To develop skills in teaching pharmacognosy and pharmacology of medicinal plants.
• To inspire students and public for cultivation of medicinal plants.
• To spread awareness of importance of medicinal plants.
Course conclusions : UG
• Define and explain basic principles of Dravyaguna Vigyan
• Proper knowledge of identification of medicinal plants
• Knowledge of useful parts of plants
• Introduction to substitution and adulteration of medicinal plant drugs
• Brief knowledge of Nighantu (Materia Medica)
• Application of herbal medicine with the help of knowledge of Dravyaguna vigyan
• Knowledge of pharmacology and pharmacognosy of medicinal plants.
• Ability to formulate genuine Ayurvedic formulations

SYLLABUS OF DRAVYAGUNA VIGYAN

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