DAY 6- Transitional Curriculum of ASU for F.Y. B. A. M. S.

15 days Transitional Curriculum of ASU for 1st Year B. A. M. S. students admitted in the year 2020-21 as per the UG regulations laid down by Central Council of Indian Medicine (Letter Ref.

No. 24-14/2020 – (UG Regulation) dated 05.02.2021)

Day – 6th Report

DAY 06- 16th March 2021 Tuesday. Co-ordinator –Dr Yogita Mandle Session 1

Lecture 1: Clinical Exposure –By Dr. Santosh Chavan . Time: 09.00 a. m. to 10.00 a. m.

The first session was conducted by Dr. Santosh Chavan, HOD of Rognidan & Vikruti Vidnyan, School of Ayurveda, DY Patil Deemed to be University, Nerul, Navi Mumbai.

In this session, Sir emphasized the need for early clinical Exposure: Sir also explained about Doctor And Patient Relationship. Medical applicants have Gained clinical exposure And Demonstrated the Necessary Skills since the starting of the course. Ayurvedic principles of Rogi Parikshan And Rog were also discussed in the session.

Lecture 2: Topic: Language Vadatu Sanskritam – By Chand Kiran Sahuja sir. Time: 10. 00 a. m. to 11.00am

The session was conducted by Chand Kiran Sahuja sir.

Sir interacted with the Students on the topic “Sangya Prakaran Introduction”, Sir also Explained What is the need for Learning Sanskrit Language. Sir”s lecture enriched our knowledge by highlighting the core of Sanskrit as a language.


Lecture 3: Topic: Role & impact of Physician in the Society-By Dr. H.B. Singh. Time: 11. 00 a. m. to 12.00 noon

The session was conducted by Dr. Harish B. Singh, Renowned As Prof H.B. Singh Nationally & Internationally. Sir is a Member of Covid Task Force Maharashtrain this Pandemic.

Sir interacted with the students, resolved their queries regarding Ayurveda practice. Sir has explained 7 Roles of Physician in Detailed. The students have explained their responsibilities towards Society as future Physicians. Sir also explained Medical Expert Qualities to the students. Which includes :1.Medical knowledge, skills, and attitudes.

2.Clarification, Diagnosis, And Treatment. 3.Medical Priority-setting.

4.Identification And Solution to the healthcare problem.

And lastly, Sir added Responsibility Of Medical Professional Towards Society and concluded the session.

Lecture 4: Topic: Basics Of Prakriti Pariksha By Dr. Shruti Pathak. Time: 12.00 noon to 01.00 p. m.

The fourth session was conducted by Dr. Shruti Pathak, Associate Professor, Department of Sharir Kriya, School of Ayurveda, DY Patil Deemed to be University, Nerul, Navi Mumbai.

In this session Madam explained Qualities of Different Constitutions, it’s Importance in Ayurveda. Also explained factors Responsible for the constitution. Madam emphasized on How to calculate Prakriti of Patients According to Qualitative Analysis of prakriti points. Along with it what kind of Advice we can give According to Prakriti to the patient.

Session 2: (Post Lunch Session)

Lecture 1: Skills- Basics Life Support– by Dr. Akansha Sabrewal. Time: 2.00 to 4.00 p. m.

The resource person for the session was Dr. Akansha Sabrewal, M.D.-ENT, Currently working at Mayo Clinic As Trained Simulation Instructor, Madam is having more than 5 yrs of Experience. Madam explained the necessity of Basic Life support And How to handle Emergencies at the Basic level. Madam has explained in Detailed introduction and steps for basics of life support.. Basic Life Support (BLS) ABCs – Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Steps to follow in BLS 1. Check the responsiveness of the victim 2. Call for Emergency medical health 3. Position victim on his or her back 4. Open the airway 5. Assess breathing 6. Assess circulation 7. Stay with the victim until help arrives. Also Showed how to do it Practically on a dummy model.

The session was ended with thanks to all resource persons.