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AyurVAID Hospitals here today announced its tie up with the University School of Continuing Education in Ayurveda (USCE), Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar (GAU), to make two Certificate Courses in Panchakarma accessible to Ayurveda professionals at Bengaluru.
Simultaneously, an MoU signed with the University also envisages the roll out of unique and innovative Ayurveda based personal health empowerment programs, successfully conducted by USCE in Gujarat, to the local community here and elsewhere in South India, AyurVAID Hospitals said in a release.
GAU is the first statutory University of its kind exclusively devoted to Ayurvedic studies and Research. GAU has tied up with various institutions of excellence in more than 18 countries apart from some selected few within India.
AyurVAID Hospitals is India's 1st National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health care Providers (NABH) accredited Ayurveda Hospital, it was noted.
The cabinet also decided to set up 3 regional quality control labs and a new investigation units at regional level, the release added.
Cabinet also accorded administrative sanction for construction of feeder roads, drainages and acquisition of land for lighting purposes.
About rs 49 crore has been sanctioned for works including construction of protection walls.
The works have to completed before the coming monsoon, the release added.