centre hikes financial support for establishment of ayush colleges
The Government of India has increased its financial assistance for the construction of Ayush Colleges. To guarantee that additional Ayush Colleges be established, the government has raised financial support from nine crore to 70 crore rupees. across the country. Union Min ister Sarbananda Sonowal said that the Indian tradition al medicine systems can only be popularised by making available more qualified practitioners.The Minister also announced the launch of a Panchkarma Technician programme at the Central Ayurveda Research Institute (CARI) in Guwahati, which is associated with the Health Sector Skill Council – National Skill Development Corporation.The Ministry of Ayush hosted a conference for the first time, concentrating on students and their career options, as well as the potential of start-ups in the field. In the Northeastern states, there is a specific focus on education, entrepreneurship, and employment.