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Global Propagation of Indian Traditional Medicine System Emphasizes Skill Development

New Delhi: Vaidya Jayant Deopujari, Chairman of the Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) Sub Council on Ayush and the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM), highlighted “Skilling, Upskilling, and Reskilling” as the mantra for the global propagation of the Indian Traditional Medicine System. Speaking during the convocation ceremony of Ayush Skilled Professionals, organized by the Healthcare Sector Skill Council in association with NCISM at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, he underscored the commitment of the Ministry of Ayush and the Government of India toward spreading Indian traditional medicine globally through these skill development initiatives.

The convocation ceremony celebrated students who successfully completed training and certification in various Ayush roles, including Yoga Therapy Assistant, Kshara Karma Technician, Panchakarma Technician, Yoga Wellness Trainer, Cupping Therapy Assistant, Cupping Therapist, and Ayurvedic Dietician. Many of these skilled professionals have already found placements in reputed institutions.

The HSSC Sub Council on Ayush actively works on developing and promoting skill development initiatives within the Ayush sector. With support from apex bodies, the Ayush industry, academic institutions, and other stakeholders, it aims to enhance the skill sets of individuals involved in the Ayush domain.

Dr. A.K Aggarwal from the HSSC governing council emphasized the potential of integrating Ayush and modern medicine to bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary healthcare practices. He stressed the importance of investing in training and developing a skilled workforce to ensure innovation and the delivery of quality care to citizens.

During the event, Ashish Jain, CEO of HSSC, expressed delight at the overwhelming response to the Ayush Skills Convocation. He highlighted its role in educating participants about job opportunities in the Ayush sector and fostering a network of like-minded individuals. He reiterated the organization’s commitment to promoting the growth and development of Ayush systems in India through continued support and similar events.

The convocation provided a platform for over 150 delegates from across the country, including practitioners, educators, researchers, policymakers, and industry experts, to network, share knowledge, and collaborate. Leading organizations such as the National Institute of Naturopathy (Pune), National Institute of Ayurveda (Jaipur), All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), National Institute of Homoeopathy, and Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), among others, actively participated, enriching the event. Prof Rabinarayan Acharya, Director General, CCRAS, and Vd. Meeta Kotecha, ex Pro VC, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, graced the occasion with their presence.

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