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The Rajasthan Vidyapeeth came into being on 21st August 1937, under the vision and guidance of Late Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar. A little flame of hope for educating the citizens of India during the pre-Independence era has today emerged as a bright sun illuminating the students and scholars from different parts of the country and the world.

It offers undergraduate, post graduate and research courses in the field of Humanity, Commerce, Social Science, Social Work, Management, Teacher's Education, Computer Application, Medicine etc. It is also actively involved in Adult Education and Community Work programmes.

Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has kept pace with the global developments through its constituent units in the distant rural areas as well. It was granted the status of 'Deemed to be University' during August,1987. The University is renamed as Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University in the year 2003. It has collaboration with overseas Universities including Slippery Rock University, U.S. A for faculty and student exchange programme.

The University has been honoured for its excellent services in the field of education, with some prestigious national awards including Nehru Literary Award, Lok Culture and Art Award, FICCI Award and National Child Development Award. The University is accredited B++ by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council)

For more information, plz visit : www.rajasthanvidyapeeth.org


About Homeopathy


Homoeopathy (also spelled homœopathy or homoeopathy), from the Greek words όμοιος, hómoios (similar) and πάθος, páthos (suffering), is a system of alternative medicine that aims to treat "like with like." Despite being widely discredited in scientific circles homeopathy has grown in popularity in recent years. The term "homeopathy" was coined by the German physician Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755–1843) and first appeared in print in 1807,although he began outlining his beliefs of medical similars in a series of articles and monographs in 1796.

Homoeopathic formulas are based on the theory that even when a remedy is diluted with water to the point where no starting material remains, the water will retain a "memory" of what it was once in contact with. Homoeopaths assert that the therapeutic potency of a remedy can be increased by serial dilution combined with succussion, or vigorous shaking. This dilution is often repeated such that there is no active molecule present in the solution. Because of this, homoeopathy is often characterised as a mystical belief system that depends on faith from practitioners and patients, and therefore distinct from conventional medicine which is generally supported by scientific evidence. Homeopathy regards diseases as morbid derangements of the organism, and states that instances of disease in different people differ fundamentally. Homeopathy views a sick person as having a dynamic disturbance in a hypothetical "vital force", a disturbance which, homeopaths claim, underlies standard medical diagnoses of named diseases.

Since its inception homoeopathy has received criticisms on theoretical grounds, and has been subject to a number of studies aimed at testing its efficacy scientifically. The theory that extreme dilution makes drugs more powerful by enhancing their "spirit-like medicinal powers" is inconsistent with the laws of chemistry and physics and the observed dose-response relationships of conventional drugs; critics of homoeopathy frequently describe it as pseudoscience and quackery. Placebo-controlled clinical trials have given some mixed results, but most of those showing positive results are found to have methodological problems, and the better-quality trials (e.g. those using double-blind techniques and large numbers of people) give negative results. Several examples of publications in high ranking journals, that were later withdrawn, are known. Additionally, cases have been reported of life-threatening complications resulting from attempts to treat serious conditions solely with homoeopathic remedies.

Homoeopathy is particularly popular in Europe and India, although less so in the USA, where such therapies have been subject to tighter regulation (citation needed). Stricter European regulations have also been implemented recently by the EDQM

HOMOEOPATHY - around the world
There are estimated to be more than 100,000 physicians practising homoeopathy worldwide, with an estimated 500 million people receiving treatment. More than 12,000 medical doctors and licensed health care practitioners administer homoeopathic treatment in the UK, France, and Germany. Homoeopathy was regulated by the European Union in 2001, by Directive 2001/83/EC.

HOMOEOPATHY - India
Homoeopathy arrived in India with Dr John Martin Honigberger (1795-1869) in Lahore, in 1829-30, and is officially recognized. "The first doctor who brought homoeopathy to India was Dr. Martin Honigburger, who first came to the Punjab...in 1829." India has the largest homoeopathic infrastructure in the world, with 300,000 qualified homeopaths, 184 colleges, 7500 government clinics, and 307 hospitals. The Association of Qualified Homoeopaths in India (IHMA) is the largest of its kind.

Interesting education pattern in India is that homoeopathy is taught at the university as a full length medical course which amounts to four and half years of full time medical studies plus one year of ward training; entailing the study of anatomy, physiology, pathology, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics, psychology, besides the homoeopathic pharmacopia, philosophy, pharmacy and the repertory. The homoeopathic doctors in India are considered medical doctors, unlike in many other western countries; and they are trained to clinically diagnose medical and surgical conditions


Objectives


01. To EXPERTISE the youth in the field of Homoeopathic Medicine, to render/execute medical services to the suffering humanity in cost effective manner.

02. To INCULCATE in students, the basic human values, a spirit of dedication and commitment for all round personality development.

03. To PROMOTE AND EXPAND the system of Homoeopathy and put it to the service of mankind.

Department of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery, a constituent unit of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University is established in 1998, situated in Dabok, Airport Road, at a distance of 20 Kms.from the city. as well as Rajasthan Homoeopathy, New Delhi as well as Rajasthan Board of Homoeopathic Medicine, Jaipur. The college is well equipped with all the facilities needed to achieve above objectives, following strictly norms laid down by the Central Council of Homoeopathy to deliver society at large quality Homoeopathic education, training, treatment and research work.

Homoeopathy is a fast emerging Science, owing to its holistic approach, according to W.H.O. (World Health Organisation) It is the second most popularly used system of Medicine in the world and is supported by Govt. of India. India has the largest homoeopathic infrastructure in the world with an approximate of 300000 qualified homoeopaths, 182 homoeopathic colleges, about 9000 government clinics and 307 hospitals. According to department of AYUSH (Ministry ofHelath, Govt. of India) Homoeopathy has been recognised as one of the leading National System of Medicine and plays a vital role in providing health care to the population at large.

We at Department of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery are striving to make a centre of excellence in patient care, teaching and research in health sector and to provide an integrated model for holistic health care


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Festival-Break
10th -12th September 2010


Dushera-Break
15th -17th October 2010


Diwali Break
28th October -7th Nov. 2010