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Diploma in Panchkarma Technician

Panchkarma Technician is an ayurveda one year diploma programme in the field of medical science. The Panchakarma is the heart of Ayurvedic medicine. The intensive therapies of Panchakarma treatment aimed at cleansing and purification, weight regulation and regeneration and harmonization of bio-energy, because balance of body and mind is the basis for joy, vitality and performance.

Ayurveda, an ancient method which evolved around 600 B.C in India. The word Ayurveda originated from a Sanskrit word, 'Ayur' meaning Life and 'Veda' meaning Knowledge. Ayurveda, which continues to be one of the world's most sophisticated and powerful mind-body health systems. More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life. Nowadays Ayurveda has become very popular among the tourist especially foreigners. As modern medicine with its strong chemical drugs fails to combat nature. Patients from all over the Globe are coming to India for Ayurveda treatment. With the popularity of the system, the demand for Ayurvedic doctors is on the rise.

Duration of the Course

The Diploma Panchkarma Technician program in DIMS is typically a 1-year course. The program also includes a compulsory one semester of internship. Most of the courses are infused with practical with emphasis on 'hands-on experience and learning by doing'

Affiliation

The Course is affiliated to Uttarakhand Ayurveda University.

Eligibility Criteria For Admission To The Course

The minimum qualification for entry to Diploma Pamchkarma Technician course is qualifying 10+2 , with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as subjects studied at the intermediate level.

Commencement Of The Course

The course will commence with effect from August 2019 for the current academic year.

Scope of Diploma in Panchkarma Technician

There is a good job opportunity in the field of Ayurveda.

  • An Ayurvedic practitioner can get employment as medical officer/doctor at government and private Ayurvedic hospitals.
  • One can also start his/ her own practice or open ones own retail shop of Ayurveda medicines.
  • They can also find employment as supervisors in 'Panch Karma' ( Ayurvedic massage) / health centers, as tutors in Ayurvedic colleges or do research, conduct workshops, seminars, and retreats.