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The Department of Samhita and Siddhant deals of classical text (Samhita) of Ayurveda for scientific exploration and validation. This department is popularly known as a department of basic principle concerned with the basic principle of Ayurved. Basic Principle is very important in Ayurved, without knowledge of basic principle; we cannot understand or learn Ayurved. There are 5 Subjects in this dept


Padartha Vidnyana and Ayurved Itihas

Moulik Siddhant and Ashtang Hrudayam

Charak samhita (P)

Charak Samhita(U)

This has to be further substantiated by a thorough grounding in the classical knowledge systems of India including both the theistic and atheistic schools. The evolutionary history of Ayurveda spans a few thousands of years and provides interesting insights into the development of the world of medicine itself. It is also essential for the aspirant of Ayurveda to become well versed with the approach of knowledge building delineated in the classical texts of Ayurveda, which accommodates and transcends the methods of science. The department of basic principles prepares the students with the basic intellectual tools necessary to engage in a serious study of Ayurveda. It involves the complete study of various Samhitas and Sanskrit literature important for an Ayurvedic physician.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. KC Mahanta


Dr. T Rambabu


Dr. Harsh Dubey 



Dr. Dharmendra Singh






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The surgical school of Ayurveda pioneered the technique of treating dead bodies in flowing water and exposing the underlying structures by scraping the skin using soft instruments to gain accurate knowledge of minute structures that make up the human body. This practice declined over the ages due to various factors and today Ayurvedic Anatomy needs to be supplemented with modern knowledge. A unique aspect of Rachana Shareera in Ayurveda is the knowledge of the vital points or marmas, which have to be protected when performing surgical procedures and injury which can lead to disastrous consequences including death. Knowledge of these vital points and techniques to manipulate them is essential to become proficient in therapeutic massage that stimulates prana and revitalises the body.

Presenting the highest quality of education, centered on the basics of Shareera Rachana and laboratory experiences to the students. To develop and promote Shareera Rachana knowledge in the field of Ayurveda by encompassing education, instruction, and research in Shareer Rachana.  
To educate the students of the UG course with the help of human cadaver dissection

To deliver the knowledge regarding structural details of the human body by theory and practical

To make the students well oriented with the applied and clinical relevant details of the human body.

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Asst. Professor

Dr. P Sarangapani


Dr. P Kampa



Dr. Krishna Yadav




About this Department


Kriya Sharir ( physiology) department-  definition of kriya sharir- according to Acharya Charak is" Kriya Pratipadakam shariram kriya shariram" means physiology is the study of the normal functioning of the human body. To understand the working process of the living body, we apply the principles of physics,  chemistry, biology and anatomy,  so physiology is a tripoid science. In. Ayurveda sharir is defined as "Dosh dhatu mal mulam hi shariram" . These three factors are explained in detail in kriya sharir.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. B Maya



Dr. Gyanendra Kumar Gupta


Dr. Poonam Pal



About this Department


Herbal Garden, Dravyguna Laboratory & Dravyaguna Museum.

For the authentic practice of Ayurveda, we are deliberately in need of thorough knowledge of  Medicinal plants mainly in their identification and specific properties.  DRAVYAGUNA is an integral part of Ayurveda, which deals comprehensively with " RASA PANCHAKA"  I.e. Rasa, Guna, Virya, Vipaka, and  Prabhava ( Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics)of herbs.  This branch also deals with the Identification, collection, storage, and preservation of raw materials of plant origins. Dravyaguna also provides DASOGHNATA and RAGOGHNATA of a plant which is considered as per its RASA PANCHAKA. 

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Yallappa GK



Dr. Abhishek Gupta


Dr. Arun Kumar




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Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana is a combined branch of Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceuticals, Neutraceuticals and Pharmacology. Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana is the potential branch deals with selection of genuine raw drugs, their collection, processing of poisonous herbs, manufacture of herbal, herbo-mineral, herbo-metallic formulations and their therapeutic indications, dose, vehicle and diet.

Knowledge of Ayurvedic Pharmacy encompasses field identification of medicinal plants and other natural substances, collection and storage procedures of raw materials, preliminary processing of raw drugs, elaborate and sophisticated methods of pharmaceutical processing, and preservation of prepared medicines. Pharmacy in Ayurveda essentially involves the extraction of essential principles from the natural world in an aqueous, fatty or alcoholic medium through a systematic process of cooking and their conversion into suitable dosage forms. In keeping with tradition, this department gives shape to the Ayurvedic physician who does not merely prescribe finished medicies, but is also capable of formulating and preparing medicines according to the specific needs of a patient.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Veena I Kale


Dr. Liju BS


Dr. Prabal Dixit




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Rognidan and Vikruti Vigyan deals with the factors which are :

Essential to understand disease process as well as the diagnosis of disease. The normal state of mind and body is called prakriti and the abnormal state of the mind and body is termed as Vikruti. Nidan Panchak is the base of diagnosis of disease. The Knowledge gained by scrutinizing the causes and symptoms of a disease related to person is called Vikruti Vigyan. This department deals with nosology (classification of diseases) and techniques of diagnosis. Training is given in both ancient methods of diagnosis and relevant modern investigations. Ayurveda lays great stress on detecting diseases in the very early stages of development and has developed an elaborate system of subtle diagnostic techniques to identify imbalances in the body before they transform into complicated disease processes. Ayurveda gives equal emphasis on understanding the origins of disease, the disease process, and the external manifestations. It understands disease as a paradoxical combination of the failure of physiological mechanisms and attempts by the body to restore normalcy. Diagnosis involves a clear understanding of the therapeutic response that has been initiated by the body based on which an appropriate treatment strategy is visualised. An inherent strength of Ayurveda is its emphasis on strengthening the body from within to reverse the disease process. Roga vijnana involves developing subtle skills of pulse diagnosis and other subjective methods to feel and understand the subtle interactions between the body and mind in health and disease.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. M Rajanna


Dr. Pradeep Kumar



Dr. Vishal Upadyay




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The promotion of positive health is dealt with from the Ayurvedic viewpoint. Naturopathy and Yoga also come under the purview of this department. Social and Preventative Medicine in Ayurveda deals with elaborate guidelines and regimens for maintaining and promoting the health of the individual and the community as a whole. Regulation of lifestyle, diet, and behavior on the basis of diurnal, seasonal, and geographical variations, as well as the constitution of the individual, is an important component of preventive medicine in Ayurveda. Ayurvedic dietetics is a discipline in itself. Measures for periodical purification and rejuvenation of the body aim to promote vitality and positive health of the person. Ayurveda also deals with the principles of epidemiology and the prevention and management of communicable diseases. 

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Manjunatha NS


Dr. Supriti Patnaik


Dr. Jayashree Bez



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The department deals with Toxicology, forensic medicine, and medical jurisprudence. The department boasts of a fully-fledged museum displaying specimens, charts, models & weapons showcasing relevant faces of medical jurisprudence, forensic medicine, and toxicology. The department has an Academic section and Museum which are spread over a spacious area. Agada Tantra is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda, dealing with toxicology. With the supremacy of health sciences, the relationship between toxins and health has been scientifically proved. Hence Agada Tantra branch becomes admissible in today’s context by providing better treatment options in the management of various poisoning, cumulative toxicity, and a comprehensive approach to managing cumulative toxicity in our daily life through Agadayoga.

 Vidhi Vaidyaka deals with medical etiquette and medical jurisprudence.

The aim of this department is – Prepare the students to manage the poisoning case and cumulative toxicity. Train the student in Clinical toxicology, extracorporeal toxin removal techniques Postmortem, gastric lavage; endotracheal intubation, antisera – antidote preparation & its administration, and court posting for exposure medico-legal case.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. SK Biswal


Dr. Shivam Chaubey


Dr. Sanoop K



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Imparts training in Ayurvedic Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Gynaecology deals with menstrual disorders, diseases of the female genital tract and veneral diseases. Ayurveda advises a special regimen for care of the pregnant woman. It also lays down certain guidelines to ensure the birth of a healthy child. Obstetrics deals with conditions related to maternity as well as normal delivery and other procedure.


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Asst. Professor

Asst. Professor


Dr. Bidyut Kumar Mishra


Dr. Ravindra Gangaprasad Varma


Dr. Bandana 


Dr. Poornima Yadav


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Kaumarabhṛtya is one of the aṣṭāngas of Ayurveda. It constitutes subjects ranging from prenatal care till the child completes 16 years of age.

If a child is healthy then only he or she can become a functional citizen of the nation.
  Children need special attention and nursing as children are in a rapid continuous process of growth and development physically and mentally.
In Ayurveda, various Acharys describe many types of Sanskar. This Sanskar means purificatory rites and ceremonies for sanctifying the body, mind, and intellect of an individual so that he may become a full-fledged member of the community. Kaumārabhṛtya.
Kaumarbhritya elaborately deals with vedanadhyay,  Dantodbedha janya vyadhi, balagraha, Kuposhanjanya vyadhi, vyadhi kshamatwa, lehana, prashana etc. Which plays a key role in the healthy development of a child.

Kaumarbhiritya (Bal Roga) is one of the most important branches of Ayurveda. This branch deals with neonatal Care, infant feeding, diet for newborns, daily and seasonal regimes, and also deals with diseases & disorders relating to children including nutrition of children, immunization, etc.

Methodology –

Clinical training by way of active involvement in OPD, Pediatric ward, Case Presentation & clinical discussion.

Clinical Facilities –

1. General Bal Roga OPD.

2. Pediatric Panch Karma Unit.

3. Swarna Prashan

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Pushpitabala Jena


Dr. Sarita N



Dr. Krishnapriya TS






About this Department


This Department Imparts training in the division of General Medicine in Ayurveda. In ancient times, the practice of Ayurveda comprised of two schools i.e medicine and surgery. Kayachikitsa, representing the school of medicine forms the basis for all other branches of Ayurvedic treatment and hence this department lays the foundation for shaping a skilled Ayurvedic physician. Panchakarma (Pentabiopurification method), as well as Rasayana (Rejuvenative medicine) and Vajikarana (Reproductive Health), come within the purview of this department. Training in this branch of Ayurvedic medicine equips the student to design a treatment protocol comprising of a range of internal and external medications as well as specialised therapies according to the nature of the disease and the patient. Ayurveda offers effective treatment for the management and control of chronic diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriasis, eczema, bronchial asthma, paralysis, early stages of diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, and urinary tract infections, and certain chronic infections.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Sanjay Mishra



Dr. Preetimayee Sahoo


Dr. Nishi Singh



Dr. Vishwam Gaur




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Few words about Panchakarma Department-

SBSJS Ayurvedic Medical college and Hospital has provided good and all facilities to indoor and outdoor patients for the treatment of Panchakarma. Among all departments, Panchakarma is the best Department in our Institution both Clinical and Teaching.

In 2022 the Doctor of the Year Award was rewarded to Dr. Nihar Ranjan Mahanta, Associate Professor, Dept. of Panchakarma, and in 2021 Dr. Biswanath Mishra, Professor, Dept. of Panchakarma was awarded as the best teacher in the College.

My department is up to date both clinical and Teaching.

Panchakarma is a treatment program for the Body, Mind, and Soul, that cleanses and rejuvenates. It is based on Ayurvedic principles, every human is a unique phenomenon manifested through the Panchamahabhootas such as Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. The combination of these elements is three doshas (tridosha): Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, and their balance are unique to each individual. When this doshic balance is disturbed it creates disorder resulting in disease. Panchakarma is done individually for each person with their specific constitution and specific disorder in mind, thus it requires close observation and supervision. Treatment starts with pre-purification Measures of Snehan and Svedana, and then cleansing methods – Shodanas are applied.

Panchakarma is five karmas like Vamana (therapeutic emesis), Virechan (therapeutic purgation), Anuvasan Vasti (therapeutic medicated oil enema), Asthapan Vasti (medicated decoction enema), Nasya (nasal administration of medicaments)

My department has importance in eight branches of Ayurveda.


Vision to impart quality education in the field of Ayurvedic Speciality of Panchakarma to bridge the gap between theory and Practical. Application of scientific panchakarma therapy in clinical practice to relinquish dosha for core care of disease.


The first and foremost mission is to develop the awareness of Panchakarma to maintain health and cure the disease.

Secondly to provide panchakarma services to all classes of society.

Thirdly to give the benefit of the five ‘H’ i.e. Hope, Health, Happiness, Holiness, and Harmony by eliminating dosha from body-mind, and soul.


The main objective of Panchakarma is to root out the disease from the cellular level. Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic cleansing and rejuvenating programme for the body mind and consciousness. The Panchakarma technique consists of full-body detoxification, diet, and nutrition. 


Panchakarma department is the pivot among all clinical departments. It provides the highest and happiest panchakarma treatment for OPD and IPD levels. We are providing curative, promotive, and preventive treatment through panchakarma therapy. The main objective of Ayurveda is to restore the original state of equilibrium between the dosha and detoxification of body, mind, and soul through Panchakarma treatment. Panchakarma treatment is required due to a sedentary lifestyle, wrong dietary habits, and lack of exercise. Every individual is being accumulated with some undigested or unwanted material in our body.

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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Bishwanath Mishra


Dr. Nihar Ranjan Mahanta


Dr. Shinas BS




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Ass. Professor

Asst. Professor

Dr. Ajit Shasamal


Dr. Trilochan Panda


Dr. Gaurav Sharma




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Shalakya Tantra is the branch of Ashtanga Ayurveda that deals with diseases occurring above the clavicle. Viz. Diseases of eyes, ears, nose, throat, head, and oral cavity.

The Shalakya specialty is considered a surgical school and deals with the causes, diagnosis, and preventive and curative procedures with special emphasis on Ayurvedic treatment procedures like Kriya Kalpa, Nasya, Moordha taila, Kavala, Gandoosha, Pratisarana, Karnapoorana, Eye Exercises, etc along with Medical, Surgical & Para-surgical training in the concerned field as per the curriculum.

  1. Vision: To impart quality treatment to the patients and to provide quality education to the students.
  2. Mission:
    1. To educate the patients about the hygiene of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, and Oral cavity
    2. To educate the patients about the preventive measures related to Head and Neck disorders.                                                           
  3. Objectives:
    1. To render the services (Kriyakalpa, Autorefraction facilities) to the suffering.  
    2. To conduct scientific research.
  4. Departmental Activities:
    1. Running two different outpatient departments namely Netra and Shalakya Samanya.
    2. Running Kriyakalpa unit for the benefit of patients.
    3. Periodical seminars are conducted for students.

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Asst. Professor

Dr. Sundaraiah M



Dr. MV Subramanyam



Dr. Arunima NS