Govt to strengthen Ayurvedic system in JK: Chib
Jammu, Oct 24: Minister for Medical and Technical Education R. S. Chib today announced that the Government will soon establish an Ayurvedic College in Jammu and Unani College in Srinagar respectively.
Addressing a function organized by Jammu and Kashmir Chapter of All India Ayurvedic Congress to celebrate ‘Dhanwanrti Jayanti’, Chib impressed upon Ayurvedic professionals to dedicate their services for treatment of ailing masses.
“Government is keen to undertake all steps which are necessary for strengthening traditional medical system in the State. There is a separate department namely AYUSH, setup by the Government of India, to promote ayurvedic science. Ayurvedic system of medicines is gaining global popularity for its non toxic effects and meticulous curing results,” he said.
The function was attended by large number of Ayurvedic professionals, prominent citizens and a large number of Ayurvedic students.
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