Ayurveda is considered as fifth Veda . which is based on strong demands of ancient texts.
Precise understanding of classical texts of Ayurveda is a challenging task and requires knowledge of Sanskrit.
Department of Moulika siddhanta acts as the basic department imparting the knowledge and understanding of texts on Ayurveda . It deals with Sanskrit , the fundamental principles of Ayurveda , history of Ayurveda , interprets philosophical aspects (Padartha vijnana) and Samhitas like Charaka Samhita , sushrutha Samhita and astanga hridaya. Samhita is the nodal point for the Astangas of Ayurveda . The Department deals with in depth study of Samhitas .
Sanskrit language helps the students to understand the original Ayurvedic concepts. Accurate knowledge of samhitas helps in enhancing clinical skills there by enabling to be better physicians .
The department deals with the following subjects:
I Professional BAMS
• Padartha Vijnana evam Ayurveda Itihasa
• Moulika Siddhanta evam Ashtanga Hrudaya ,
II Professional BAMS
• Charaka samhita purvardha
III Professional BAMS
• Charaka samhita uttarardha
• Sanskrit workshop – Training students with the basics of Sanskrit for the better understanding of Sanskrit language .
• shloka parayana – Daily in the morning hour
• well equipped library and charts for reference and studies.
Department conducts monthly class test, internal and practical examination to Students to inculcate confidence to face the university examinations. They are also encouraged to participate in various competitions like essay writing, debate, shloka recitation,.
OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:
The department of Moulika siddhanta has conducted 2 major programmes in this academic year 2019-20.
• “ Ayurvedasya bhasha samskritam patyatam” three days basic Sanskrit workshop was conducted on 21 to 23 oct 2019.
• SUBODHINI 2020 on “Anveshana- learn to unravel the treasure” one day skill development programme was accompanied with an inter-college Shloka recitation competition. on 27th January 2020.
Head Of the Department
She is having six years of teaching experience in the subjects of Padartha vijnana and samhitas. Emphasize on developing the analytical skills of the students which helps them in conducting research in the field of Ayurveda. Students are encouraged to read and understand the proper meaning of Shlokas and interpret so that all the concepts told in classical literature is applied practically this will enhance their clinical skills as well.
• 2014 – Completed M.D in the department of Ayurveda Siddhanta from Government Ayurveda medical college, Mysore which is considered the oldest academic institute teaching Ayurvedic medicine.
• 2009 – Completed B.A.M.S from Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya Hubli.
• She also studied M.Sc in CLINICAL NUTRITION AND DIETITICS course from Karnataka State Open University.
• Completed the certificate course on “Principles of clinical pharmacology” by National Institutes of Health, California.
• ‘Emerging Trends in Ayurveda and Herbal Drug Technology – 2012′ held at Teresian College, Mysore. Got 2nd prize in paper presentation,
• Currently working as Associate professor in the department of Moulika Siddhanta at Sharada Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Mangalore.
• 5 years 10 months teaching experience in Padartha Vijnana, Astanga Hridaya & Charaka Samhita subjects in Karnataka Ayurveda medical college Mangalore.
• Has clinical experience as Ayurvedic Consultant in Dhanwantari Ayur Clinic Mangalore. Has actively attended in clinical routines during the 5 years 10 months tenure in Karnataka Ayurveda medical college and hospital Mangalore. Also worked for 1year at Shekhar hospital Bangalore and Dr.Harish joshi endocrinology clinic Hubli , Karnataka.
Research Experience of 3 Years wherein worked on the following topics
o “A Critical analysis of Samavastha and niramavastha of the doshas and its clinical application.”
o A study to evaluate the prognosis of kamala based on Taila bindu pareeksha.
Dr. Manjusha. A. T has completed her BAMS from Pankajakasthuri Ayurveda Medical College & Hospital, Thiruvanthapuram and pursued post graduation from Amrita School of Ayurveda, Kollam. Her post-graduation thesis was on the topic “Defining and ennumerating Nyayas from Chakara samhita with Gangadhara commentary” secured Best thesis of year 2016 and a first class status with a percentage of 72.80 in final year PG exam. She develops students interest in Samhita patana and basic siddhantas of Ayurveda through proper guidances. She has an interest in literature, Fine arts and a member of judging panel in cultural events.
BAMS, MD (AYU)
1. “Nyaya and its relevance in Ayurveda ” in Global journal of research on medicinal plant & indigenous medicine with ISSN 2277-4289
He is presently working as Sanskrit lecturer in the department Samhita Siddhanta in Sharada Ayurveda medical college and hospital Mangaluru. He has graduated in Sanskrit and post graduated in Sanskrit literature. He also obtained Post graduation in Hindi as correspondence. He has successfully managed various responsibilities given by the authorities time to time, including academic works extracurricular activities.
• 2018 M.A (HINDI) – from DAKSHINA BHARAT HINDI PRACHAR SABHA , MADRAS
• 2016 M.A ( SANSKRIT) from RAJIV GANDHI CAMPUS SRINGERI Which comes under CENTRAL SANSKRIT UNIVERSITY (Formerly Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan , Deemed to be university ) New Delhi
• 2014 B.A – DEGREE from S.D.M College ujire (autonomous). MANGALORE UNIVERSITY
• National institute of Prakrit studies and research under the aegis of Bahubali Prakrit vidyapeetha (R) shravanabelagola Awarded the certificate of PRAKRIT MADHYAMA on being duly certified to have passed the prescribed examination in the year 2013.
October 2019 to till date – Lecturer at Sharada Ayurveda Medical College and hospital Mangaluru
March 2018 to September 2019 – Assistant professor at Karavali Ayurvedic Medical College Hospital and Research Center Mangaluru
May 2016 to March 2018 – Sanskrit Teacher at S.D.M English Medium School (CBSE) Ujire