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MAHILA UTKARSH PRATISHAN RISOD
AYURVED COLLEGE, HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTER.
PUNDLIK NAGAR, DEGAO (PHATA), POST LINGA (K) TQ. RISOD DIST. WASHIM (MAH.) – 444506
RECOGNIZED BY CCIM (NEW DELHI) & AYUSH (NEW DELHI) & AFFILIATED TO MUHS (NASHIK)

DEPARTMENT OF RACHANA SHARIR




Introduction :

The subject of Rachana Sharir includes study of Normal body structures as stated in Ayurvedic Samhita by the Acharyas along with the study of Modern Anatomy. This is the basic subject in the curriculum of BAMS by which we can identify and gain knowledge of Human body parts using dissection methods and become an open-minded researcher and an able clinician. Being the foundation subject, all the basic principles of Ayurveda are encompassed within Rachana-Sharir.

Every student of 1st BAMS discipline has to perform complete Dissection of Cadaver in a systematic manner during his part of curriculum. Rachana Sharir is an extremely dynamic and interesting subject to an inquisitive Practitioner and Researcher of Ayurveda. All the medical sciences require more or less basic knowledge of Rachana Sharir. Hence the study is indeed the most important of basic sciences of the life.

Objectives :

  1. To train the students by virtue of Human body dissection.
  2. To deliver the knowledge regarding various vital structural details of Human body theoretically and practically.
  3. Being the most basic subject of all, make the students acquainted with applied and clinical relevant details of Human body.
  4. To conduct Research activities on applied platform as to exemplify various principles and obscure facts of Ayurvediya Rachana Sharir.
  5. To procure as many cadavers for imparting proper education to the students through movement like Body Donation activity by various means.

Departmental Features :

The most exclusive feature of our department is well-equipped Dissection Hall with ample number of Cadavers provided for Dissection to UG students. Other features as follows

  1. Full-time and well qualified staff.
  2. Fully equipped well developed and well-maintained exclusive Museum of Anatomy.
  3. Body Donation movement is the mainstay of the Department. Frequent meetings are conducted before Senior citizen’s forums, social organizations etc.