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Admission information :-

Course Name

Code

Eligibility

Page No.

1. Certificate in Homeopathy Dispensing.

718 - 719

10 th pass

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2. Certificate in Ayurvedic Therapy.

721 - 722

12 th pass

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3. Certificate in Community Health.

449 - 451

10 th pass

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4. Certificate in Yog.

614

10 th pass

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ADMISSION FORM

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Contact Details :

Mobile:

099260-46999,

098269-46999.

Email ID: homeopathyarc@gmail.com,

homoeopathyarc@gmail.com

Office: HomeopathyArC, 45, Mahavir Nagar, Kanadia Road, INDORE- (MP) 452018.

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1.

CHD ( Certificate in Homeopathy Dispensing ) :

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a )

Course Code

:

718 -

Introduction to Homeopathy.

 

719 - Introduction to Homeopathy Dispensing.

( b)

Conducted by

:

National Institute of Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India.

( c )

Entry Qualification

of MHRD ), Govt. of India. ( c ) Entry Qualification : 10 t h Class

: 10 th Class passed from a recognized board.

(

d )

Medium

: Hindi

/

English.

(

e )

Duration of Course

:

1 year.

( f )

Session 1

: June to May, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 May.

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Session 2

Exam Date

Exam Centre

Study Material

: December to November, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 November.

: 2 day exam, on 1 year completion in May & November.

: Only at Indore, on NIOS identified centre.

: Provided by the centre.

Documents to Attach

: 3 Passport size Photograph

th

Self Attested Xerox of 10

Self Attested Xerox of Address proof.

mark sheet.

The Evaluation is of 200 Maximum Marks:

Course

Name of Course

Practical

Theory

Total

Code

Marks

Marks

Marks

718

Introduction to Homoeopathy

40

60

100

719

Introduction to Homeopathic Dispensing

40

60

100

 

Grand Total =

200

80

120

200

 

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The Syllabus and Curriculum for Dispenser’s course in Homeopathy.

Paper 1 : code - 718 ( Introduction to Homoeopathy )

I. Elementary Anatomy.

II. Elementary Physiology

III. History of Homeopathy

a) Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

b) Discovery of the law of cure

c) Homeopathy Science & Art.

IV. Elementary Organon of Medicine.

a) Introduction

b) Fundamental of cardinal principles of Homeopathy

c) Concept of Health, Disease and Cure in Homoeopathy

d) Totality of Symptoms

e) How do the homoeopathic medicine act.

f) Case Taking

g) Individualization.

h) Diet and Regimen.

V. Introduction of Homoeopathic Material Medical.

Paper 2 : code - 719 ( Introduction to Homeopathic Dispensing )

I. Pharmacy, Homeopathic Pharmacy, Pharmacopoeia.

II. Sources, Collection and Preservation of Drug Substances.

III. Homeopathic Dispensary

IV. Preparation of Homeopathic Medicine

V. Homoeopathic Posology.

VI. List of Essential Drugs with Abbreviations.

VII. Study of Prescription and Abbreviations used in Prescription.

VIII. Drugs and Cosmetic Acts Medicinal and Toilet Preparation Act.

IX. Duties and Responsibilities of a Dispenser.

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Practical Module – I

I. Identification of bones & viscera and their functions from chats.

Practical Module-II

I. Identification and uses of common utensils & containers used in a Homeopathic dispensary and their cleaning.

II. Identification of Some homeopathic drugs (at least 20 drug substances) 10 from vegetable kingdom

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from animal kingdom

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from mineral kingdom

III. Estimation of size of globules, Medication of globules.

IV. Potentisation of Homeopathic drugs from 29 to 30

V. Trituration of 2 Homeopathic drugs from 3x to 4x

VI. Serving of 20 homeopathic precipitations; 7 in sugar of milk, 7 in distilled water, 2 in mother tincture, 2 in Biochemic tablets, 2 in Triturations.

VII. Preparation of external applications; Lotion, Glycerol, Ointment.

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2.

CAT ( Certificate in Ayurvedic Therapy ):

(

a )

Course Code

:

721 -

Introduction to Fundamental of Ayurveda.

 

722 - Introduction to Different Therapies in Ayurveda.

( b)

Conducted by

:

National Institute of Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India.

Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India. ( c ) Entry Qualification

(

c )

Entry Qualification

: 12 th Class passed, with any subjects / stream.

(

d )

Medium

: Hindi

/ English.

(

e )

Duration of Course

:

1 year.

(

f )

Session 1

: June to May, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 May.

 

Session 2

: December to November, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 November.

(

g )

Exam Date

: 2 day exam, on 1 year completion in May & November.

(

h )

Exam Centre

: Only at Indore, on NIOS identified centre.

(

i )

Study Material

: Provided by the centre.

(

j )

Documents to Attach

: 3 Passport size Photograph Self Attested Xerox of 12 th mark sheet. Self Attested Xerox of Address proof.

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The Evaluation is of 400 Maximum Marks:

Course

Name of Course

Practical

Theory

Internal

Code

Marks

Marks

Assess

721

Introduction to Fundamentals of Ayurveda.

100

80

20

722

Introduction to Different Therapies in Ayurveda.

100

80

20

 

Grand Total =

400

200

160

40

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The Syllabus and Curriculum for Ayurvedic Therapy Course.

Paper 1 : code 721 ( Introduction to Fundamentals of Ayurveda )

I.

Introduction to Ayurveda.

 

II.

Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda with applied aspects.

III.

Health & Hygiene Including Preventive Measures.

IV.

Embroylogy

( Garbhavyakarana ).

V.

Prakriti

( Natural Constitution).

VI.

Body Sub Parts ( Pratyanga )

 

VII.

Musculo – Skeleton system : Asthi ( bones ),

Sandhi ( joints ),

 

Snayu ( ligaments ), Pesi ( muscle )

VIII.

Marma Vigyan.

IX.

Causes of Disease

X.

Disease process and types of pathogenesis.

 

XI.

Examination of Patient and Diseases.

Paper 2 : code 722 ( Introduction to Different Therapies in Ayurveda )

I.

Principles of Ayurvedic Therapies.

 

II.

Marma Therapy.

III.

Family Welfare.

IV.

The Purvakarma

( Preparatory Procedure )

V.

Pradhanakarma.

VI.

Pashchata Karma

( Post operative regimens ).

VII.

Preparation used for Panchakarma Therapy.

 

VIII.

Applied Aspect of Panchakarma Therapy.

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3.

CCH ( Certificate in Community Health ) :

(

a )

Programme Code

:

449 - Basic Life Science.

 

450 - Maternal & Child Health Care

451 - Prevention & Management of Disease.

( b)

Conducted by

:

National Institute of Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India.

Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India. ( c ) Entry Qualification

(

c )

Entry Qualification

: 10 th Class passed from a recognized board.

(

d )

Medium

: Hindi / English.

(

e )

Duration of Course

:

1 year.

( f )

Session 1

: June to May, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 May.

(

(

(

(

(

g )

h )

i )

j )

k )

Session 2

Exam Date

Exam Centre

Study Material

: December to November, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 November.

: 3 day exam, on 1 year completion in May & November.

: Only at Indore, on NIOS identified centre.

: Provided by the centre.

Documents to Attach

: 3 Passport Size Photograph

th

Self Attested Xerox of 10

Self Attested Xerox of Address proof.

mark sheet.

The Evaluation is of 600 Maximum Marks:

Course

Name of Course

Practical

Theory

Internal

Code

Marks

Marks

Assess

Course 1

Basic

Life

Science

100

70

30

Course 2

Maternal

& Child

Health Care

100

70

30

Course 3

Prevention & Management of Diseases & Emergency

100

70

30

 

Grand Total =

600

300

210

90

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Syllabus and Curriculum for Community Health Course:

Course 1

Basic Life Science

Unit 1

Anatomy & Physiology - A

Unit 2

Anatomy & Physiology - B

Unit 3

Natural Health and Hygiene

Unit 4

Home Care and Childhood ailments

Unit 5

Nutrition

Unit 6

Yoga and Exercises

Course 2

Maternal & Child Health Care

Unit 1

Pregnancy and Care of Women during Pregnancy

Unit 2

Care of Women during Intranatal & postnatal period

Unit 3

Breast Feeding

Unit 4

National Health Programmes

Unit 5

Importance and Needs of Family Welfare Programmes

Unit 6

Duties of Health Inspector

Course 3

Prevention and Management of Diseases & Emergency

Unit 1

Communicable Diseases-A

Unit 2

Communicable Diseases-B

Unit 3

Preventive Measures (All 5 Steps)

Unit 4

First Aid

Unit 5

Life Style diseases

Unit 6

Pharmacies and Drug Reaction

Unit 7

Management and emergency

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4.

CY ( Certificate in Yog ) :

(

a )

Programme Code

:

614

( b)

Conducted by

:

National Institute of Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India.

Open Schooling, (NIOS) ( Division of MHRD ), Govt. of India. ( c ) Entry Qualification

(

c )

Entry Qualification

: 10 th Class passed from a recognized board.

(

d )

Medium

: Hindi / English.

(

e )

Duration of Course

: 6 month.

(

f )

Session 1

: June to December, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 May.

 

Session 2

: December to May, Every year. Last date of Admission is 30 November.

(

g )

Exam Date

: 1 day exam, on 6 mths completion in May & November.

(

h )

Exam Centre

: Only at Indore, on NIOS identified centre.

(

i )

Study Material

: Provided by the centre.

(

j )

Documents to Attach

: 3 Passport Size Photograph Self Attested Xerox of 10 th mark sheet. Self Attested Xerox of Address proof.

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