New Delhi: The Ministry of AYUSH achieved a historic milestone on Monday by releasing five portals related to research, medical education under Indian traditional medicine system. In an online event, Minister of AYUSH (Independent Charge) Kiren Rijiju launched five portals and released four publications of CCRAS. ie Showcase of Ayurveda Historical Imprints, RMIS i.e. Research Management Information System and e-Medha Portal. With their release, now access to ancient manuscripts, texts of Ayurveda and their maintenance in digital medium, research in Ayurveda etc. will get a significant boost.
Ayush Minister Kiren Rijiju described the development of five portals as historic. . Referring to the Digital Health Mission of India, he said that AYUSH will also play a very important role in this important scheme of health security of the people of the country.
The Minister said that AYUSH in coordination with the Department of Archeology and CCRS. The work being done under this scheme is adding new dimensions to the Indian traditional knowledge. Every Indian should be proud of the country’s traditional knowledge, heritage. The AYUSH Minister described the development of all the portals as a historic, revolutionary and important achievement and said that it will be easier to share Indian traditional knowledge with the whole world.
Release of dataset of Ayurveda in CTRI portal From now on, the clinical trials being done under Ayurveda can be included in the vocabulary of Ayurveda only. With this, the clinical trials being conducted under Ayurveda all over the world will now be more easily accessible.
RMIS Portal as a single window solution to the problems related to research and research in Ayurveda. has been developed. The e-Medha portal has been linked to the e-Granthalaya platform of NIC. Through this portal, researchers including researchers will have access to more than 12,000 books of Indian traditional medicine. Information on rare documents related to Unani, Siddha and Soa-Rigpa is given. Documents, inscriptions, objects of archaeological importance etc. have been displayed in digital medium in the Sahi portal.
In the online function, National Research Professor Bhushan Patwardhan said that the development of all the portals is done by all the central government. It is a unique example of coordination of ministries. He said that India’s tradition is very strong and new dimensions are coming out of its continuous discoveries. Recent archaeological surveys found in Kashmir and Telangana have shown that India used to have surgery even about four thousand years ago.
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