Kriya sharir is the basic subject of Ayurveda, which initiates learning of Ayurveda at primary level for the students of first BAMS.

After passing XII examination and CET clearance students are conscious and a bit confused before coming to Ayurveda field as it is having a different platform of philosophies and thought processes. There comes the role of Sharir kriya faculties to make students familiar with Ayurvedic concepts and terminologies in scientific and practical way.

Sharirkriya is the subject which deals with all the basic knowledge and siddhantas as well as clinical examination of normal individual.At BAMS level all the concepts and fundamentals are familiar but overall conceptual understanding lacks behind. At postgraduate level these concepts need a different vision to understand and implement in practice.

Our aim is to highlight this basic knowledge and to give new scientific approach to UG and PG students to polish their skills of Ayurveda and making them compatible to apply in clinical practice.

Objectives :

After the completion of the study of Kriya Sharir for one year, the student is expected to imbibe the following: The learner should be able to

1] Explain the basic concepts of Human Physiology in Ayurveda.

2] Describe the fundamentals of contemporary physiology related to all organ systems along with the important links between these systems.

3] Able to discuss whether Ayurveda can contribute to the further development in different streams of the current sciences.

4] To analyse and record the fundamental parameters related to physiology like Deha Prak?ti, Dhatu Sara, Mala Parik?a in an healthy individual.

5] Acquire the reasonably good skills in written and practical physiology.

Departmental Features :

1] Computer and Internet facility.

2] Library and reading room.

3] Well equipped laboratory and museum with required equipment, instruments, charts, specimans and posters.

4] Books and dissertations - (With Sufficiant number)

General and Special activities

1] Intra departmental PG seminars

2] Prakruti OPD

3] Publishing and participating in National International Conferences.

4] Article/Posters/Synopsis publications

5] Swine flu OPD contribution

6] Small surveys

Special activities of the Department:

A] Departmental Projects.

B] Short term Projects.

The Department is also engaged in the activities like Prakruti OPD (at OPD no.4), School Health Check up, Suwarnaprashan camp, OPD (Satellite OPD at Loni).


1994 : 4 week Re-Orientation Training Program for Teachers of Sharir Kriya (Sponsored by Dept. of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India)