Departments of our institute

Our college is having following well equipped departments which fulfill the norms of N.C.I.S.M.

Sr. No.Name of the Department
1Rachana Sharir
2Kriya Sharir
3Samhita and Siddhant
5Rasashastra evam  Bhaishajyakalpana
6Agad Tantra evam  Vidhi vaidyak
8Rognidan evam Vikrutivigyan.
9Prasuti evam Stri roga
10Kaumarbhrutya (Balrog)


This department deals with the teaching of subjects that have included fundamental for the study of Ayurveda like Sanskrit, basic principles, classical Ayurvedic texts, history of Ayurveda and epistemology. Proficiency in Sanskrit is indispensable to properly understand the import of classical Ayurvedic writings. 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 complete study of various Samhitas and Sanskrit literature important for an Ayurvedic physician.


The department of anatomy provides rigorous training in dissecting cadavers and critically examines both ancient and modern views on anatomy. 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 to 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.


Deals with the study of normal physiology in human beings from both ancient and modern viewpoints with sufficient practical training. The corner stone of Ayurvedic physiology is the dosha-dhatu-mala siddhanta. This theory provides a holistic framework to understand how the body digests and metabolises food into subtle forms of matter and energy to create and maintain a delicately balanced internal environment that is conducive to the preservation of the life process. The doshas represent the dynamic balance of opposing factors that govern the physiological processes in the body while the dhatus represent the structural components of the body and the malas the wastes that are thrown out of the body or recycled to support the structure or functions of the body. This department trains the student in basic concepts of Ayurvedic physiology as well as the essential aspects of modern physiology comparing and contrasting the convergence and divergence of ancient and modern viewpoints.


Deals with principles of Ayurvedic pharmacognosy and pharmacology with a special focus on identification of controversial drugs, adulterants and substitutes used in Ayurvedic practice. Ayurveda has developed a unique approach to understand pharmacology of natural substances through meticulous analysis of taste, Physico-chemical properties, potency and biotransformation of the drug. Ayurveda traces the pathway of drug action right from the point of its ingestion through various stages of its digestion and metabolism to the point of its excretion from the body. Ayurveda understands drug action as the net result what happens when the drug acts on the body and the body acts on the drug. Dravya Guna deals knowledge of nomenclature (Nama jnana), pharmacognosy (Rupa jnana), pharmacology (Guna jnana) and pharmacotherapeutics (Yukti jnana). The hallmark of Ayurvedic pharmacology is its theoretical framework that attempts to understand complex interactions between various ingredients in a formulation that work in synergistic manner to produce a pharmacotherapeutic action that initiates the process of healing. The department has a herbal garden consisting of about 307 plant species which includes herbs, shrubs, climbers, trees and aquatic plants. It is used to train scholars through proper identification and their therapeutic uses. The herbs of the garden are used to prepare fresh medicine and cater to the indoor patients admitted in the hospital. Each and every plant has a name plate displaying their Sanskrit name, Latin name, family, classification, used part and their therapeutic


With the help of well-equipped labs, this department imparts training in medicinal chemistry and preparation of highly potent medicines from minerals and metals. It also deals with the principles and practice of Ayurvedic Pharmacy with its varied pharamaceutical methods and dosage forms. 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 extraction of essential principles from the natural world in 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 medicines but is also capable of formulating and preparing medicines according to the specific needs of a patient.


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 origins of disease, the disease process and the external manifestations. It understands disease as a paradoxical combination of 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 visualized. An inherent strength of Ayurveda is its emphasis on strengthening the body from within to reverse the disease process. Rogavijnana 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.


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 manage cumulative toxicity in our daily life through Agada-yoga. Vidhi Vaidyaka deals with medical etiquette and medical jurisprudence. Aim of this department is –Prepare the students to manage the poisoning case and cumulative toxicity. Train the student in Clinical toxicology, extra corporeal toxin removes techniques Postmortem, gastric lavage; endotracheal intubation, antisera– antidote preparation & its administration and court posting for exposure medico-legal case.


Imparts training on the principles and practice of Social and Preventative Medicine at both the personal and communal levels. 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 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 aims 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. This department gives comprehensive training on preventive aspects of health care integrating modern concepts with principles of Ayurveda as well as yoga and naturopathy.


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

Objective –

To Make UG students able to recognize the key importance of child health care and to participate at primary level.

Methodology –

Clinical training by way 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


Deals with the Purification therapies of Ayurveda and provides a basic understanding of the principles of Shodhana. Panchakarma includes Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Basti karma & Raktha Mokshan, using a various kinds of Ayurvedic medicines. As far as the treatment methods are concerned Ayurveda has described the use of Shamana (Palliative treatment) and Shodhana (Bio-Purification methods – Panchakarma) methods. Panchakarma literally means five methods of body purification. These methods are employed in the healthy to prevent diseases and to improve the immunity as also in the sick to treat a number of diseases. Recognizing that many illnesses result from the build-up of toxins in the body that impair the functioning of its natural defenses: the lymph, circulatory and immune systems, Panchakarma promotes healing and restoration by eliminating these toxins from the body. Unlike other detoxification programs, Panchakarma is a gentle process that achieves deep cleansing without discomfort and allows rejuvenating energy to flow freely through the body.


Imparts training in Ayurvedic Gynecology and Obstetrics. Gynecology deals with menstrual disorders, diseases of the female genital tract and venereal 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 and abnormal delivery.


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 (Penta Biopurification 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, urinary tract infections and certain chronic infections.


Shalya tantra a branch of Ayurveda which deals with Ayurvedic surgery and provides a basic understanding of the principles of modern surgery. Area of strength in Ayurvedic surgery is management of Vrana(wound). Surgery mainly deals with wounds so Maharshi Sushruta has described a lot about Vrana (wound)in his text and its treatment. Bhagna (fracture and dislocation) and it’s chikitsa (treatment), Kshar sutra use in many ano-rectal diseases like Arsha (hemorrhoids), Bhagandara (fistula in ano),Warts , tumors etc. Para surgical measures like Jalaukaavcharan (leech therapy), Alabu(cupping therapy), Agnikarma (cauterization),  Kshar karma for various diseases have been described in Shalya Tantra.

Though modern surgery has advanced in leaps and bounds, the Ayurvedic principles of pre and post operative care still has relevance today. Judicious application of Ayurvedic principles of surgical care can prevent complications and facilitate early recovery from surgical interventions. Ayurveda has historically made foundational contributions to the development of the branch of surgery. The practice of dissecting dead bodies to study anatomy, learning surgical procedures by practicing on dummies, development of sophisticated surgical instruments and the art of plastic surgery constitute the hallmark of classical Ayurvedic surgery. Sushruta, the Ayurvedic surgeon of yore is revered today as the father of surgery.


This is the branch which deals with the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Oral & Dentistry and Head wellbeing. Our researchers knew the importance to protect and preserve the health of these organs as these are vital and sense organs. Hence known as Uttamanga Chikitsa Tantra.

It has Out- patient department for Eye, ENT and Dentistry with well-equipped Kriya Kalpa Unit, Eye Exercise Unit, MOT Unit and major operation theater for Eye & ENT separately. The in-patient unit caters to the health seekers by providing care through surgical procedures and kriya kalpas- special eye treatment procedures that are both curative and preventive in nature.


Vedic science promoting and regulation of sensual perceptions.


To prepare the Ayurvedic graduates to fulfill the health needs Training the scholars to learn Ayurveda Ophthalmology & ENT in academia Research orientation in unexplored areas of Ayurveda Ophthalmology& ENT Hand to hand expertise in kriya kalpa and ayurvedic approach. Surajmal Laxmi Devi Sawarthia Educational Trust is registered Society. Registered under Society Registration act XXI, 1860  in the year of 2007-08. Society is registered under 80G and 12A by income tax department, Govt. of India. Surajmal Laxmi Devi Sawarthia Educational Trust (Suraj means Light of Life) started its pivotal journey 15 years back with Shri Satya Prakashanand Hospital and Surajmal Private Girls colleges at Kichha with the motive of providing best medical facilities to poor patients, free OPD, operation charges at reasonable rates, pathological and other investigations at half cost and medicines at subsidized rates. For poor patients, these facilities are given without any charges and Best girls college in surrounding areas. We have been serving the public by providing health services, creating health awareness by conducting various camps, promoting health education, upgrading skills and socioeconomic transformation of weaker section at different part of Uttar Pradesh. We would like you to visit our headquarter and know more about our endurances and programmes. We humbly request you to contribute to this noble cause by providing aid with open heart so that we together are successful in fighting this dreadful disease which is a grave concern in society.