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Naturopathy And Yoga

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  • Naturopathy
  • Yoga
  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Biochemistry

Department of Naturopathy

Naturopathy is a drugless, non-invasive, rational and evidence-based system of medicine that imparts natural therapies based on the theory of vitality, toxemia, the self-healing capacity of the human body and the principles of healthy living. Naturopathy is a science of healthy living. Human body has the self healing power and is composed of five great elements [Panchamahabhutas]. Imbalance of these elements creates diseases. Treatment of the diseases by these elements, ie, earth, water, air, fire and ether is known as Naturopathy


To make the students understand about the underlying spiritual, social, mental and physical causes of disease.

To impart them knowledge of practice in a manner that exemplifies professionalism, strong ethics and a commitment to the principles of Naturopathic medicine.

To impart them knowledge of practice in a manner that exemplifies professionalism, strong ethics and a commitment to the principles of Naturopathic medicine.

To guide them to communicate effectively with patients and to appraise and apply knowledge of research in treating patients.

To integrate biomedical skills with clinical basic medical science knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients.

To identify the need for urgent and emergency health care and direct appropriate resolution.

To establish and manage a Naturopathic practice in treating acute and chronic disease conditions.

To guide students how to collaborate effectively and work in partnership with other health care practitioners.

To demonstrate commitment to the advancement of Naturopathy and Yoga Medical profession.


Department of Yoga

The course aims at providing meticulous knowledge and in-depth experience in the study of Yoga as a philosophy, practice and therapy. Through a concentrated study of yoga asanas (postures), mantras (sacred chants), meditation techniques, pranayama (breath control), mudras and bandhas and philosophical and religious scriptures, students will engage in questioning, analysis, and application of yoga in various planes of health.


To make the students learn about Yoga Philosophy, classical concepts related to different schools of Yoga and interpretation of therapeutic practices for today’s practitioner.

To highlight the evolution of Yoga from its ancient incarnation to its present day practice.

To teach insights of Yoga in Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism.

To explain an overview of Indian culture, history and religions and their relationship to Yoga.

To educate the different principles of movement and alignment. To teach Yoga postures and sequences – asanas and their practice in association with vinyasa.

To demonstrate different breathing techniques – pranayama and their beneficial effects and their mechanisms of action in the body and mind.

To explain the different lineages of the Hatha Yoga tradition. To make students understand about Yoga’s role in alternative medicine – holistic approach to health care.To make students learn Yoga for fitness.

To understand the concept of Yoga for inner peace and harmony. To extract knowledge of Yoga as a therapy. To learn and practice Meditation and relaxation techniques

Department of Human Anatomy

Anatomy is concerned with the study of structure of the body through microscopic observation and dissection of the body. It is the basic course providing the morphological setting upon which clinical knowledge and experiences are built. In this course we approach anatomy from gross structural, developmental, cross-sectional and radiological perspectives.


The primary objective of this course is to make the student understand the construction of the human body. Also, to provide basic understanding and working knowledge of the human body.

To provide an introduction to the language of anatomy and use anatomical terms fluently when describing different tissues and organs.

To teach insights of Yoga in Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism.

To become familiar with essential concepts including structure of organism and homeostasis.

To provide an understanding of the anatomy and histology and organization of cells, tissues, and organ systems and be able to recognize the gross and microscopic anatomy of the tissues and organs and also demonstrate how different tissue types interact to create organs.

To specifically examine the gross anatomy and histology of the skin, muscle, skeletal, nervous and other systems.

To develop observational skills and logical thought patterns.

Department of Human Physiology

Physiology is the study of the functions of human body. Physiology describes the nature of life. It provides the framework for studying and exploring the basis of life. Important historic milestones in physiology will be introduced in order to help place study of this course in the context of current and predicted physiological science developments. The students are instructed to view life from the simplest to the most complex levels of organization – from the subcellular, to the whole person.

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the functions and regulation of the human body and physiological integration of the organ systems to maintain homeostasis. Course content will include neural and hormonal homeostatic control mechanisms, as well as study of the cell physiology, blood and body fluids, musculoskeletal, circulatory, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, digestive, immune, reproductive, nervous and endocrine systems and special senses.


To make students understand in broad terms human physiological structure and functions.

To describe functional organization of the human body and control of its internal environment.

To describe the cell, its components and its functions.

To demonstrate an understanding of genetic control of protein synthesis, cell functions and cell reproduction.

To describe transport of ions and molecules throughout the cell membrane.To demonstrate an understanding of membrane potentials and action potentials related to different cells.

To make students understand how the major controlling and governing systems of the body, the endocrine and nervous systems operate upon.To discuss the major regions and functions of the brain and spinal cord.

To describe how hormones react with cell receptors to bring about cell, organ and homeostatic changes.To rule out the functions, the pathways and mechanisms of different organ systems of the body and to correlate with existing research evidences

To rule out the functions, the pathways and mechanisms of different organ systems of the body and to correlate with existing research evidences.

To give clear and vast knowledge to the students regarding applied physiological aspects of different organ systems of the body.

Department of Biochemistry

This subject is designed to study the normal pathways of metabolism. The aim of the subject is to have a greater appreciation for the role of biochemistry in disease and the role of biochemistry in clinical treatments.


To explain the biochemical basis of different organs’ functions, metabolic processes and homeostasis

To give an insight to the digestion and absorption of the main dietary categories like carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in the human body and the key metabolic processes

To make students understand the normal human metabolism. To familiarize the students with function and mode of action of hormones in health and disease and understand their roles in controlling various metabolic pathways.

To enable the students identify and understand the molecular basis of various diseases.To enable the students recognize the different biochemical tests and select the biochemical test appropriate to the diagnosis and management of the disease.