Panchkula, January 14: Haryana AYUSH Minister, Sh Anil Vij said that 250 bedded IPD National Institute of Ayurveda and Yoga and Naturopathy will be set up in Panchkula at a cost of Rs.270.54 crore with 100 beds of Ayurveda and 150 beds of Naturopathy. This institute will provide education to over 500 students every year for UG, PG and PhD degrees and will also work on Ayurvedic treatment, education and research in this.
Institute will have 100 beds for Ayurveda and 150 Naturopathy: Anil Vij
Sh. Vij said that this Ayurveda Institute intended to be a wholly Central Government owned and operative institution at par with All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS Delhi).
Every year over 500 students will be educated for UG, PG and PhD degrees in the institute: Vij
The AYUSH Minister said that 19.87 acres of land of Shri Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board, Panchkula was given on lease to the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, New Delhi on 27th April 2017 but at that time some Khasra numbers were left in it which was Completed on 13 January, 2022 and now the work of leasing 19.87 acres of land to the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India has been completed.
Work will also be done on Ayurvedic treatment, education and research in the institution: Vij
He said that the National Institute of Ayurveda would be constructed at a cost of Rs 270.54 crore. It will have hospital and college buildings, hostels for undergraduate, postgraduate and international students, residential buildings. Similarly, there will be guest house, director’s house building, auditorium building, commercial premises and basement below the hospital building.
Sh. Vij informed that WAPCOS has been appointed as Management Consultant for this project. According to WAPCOS, the concept layout plan, master layout plan, detailed project report, estimated cost report of this project have been prepared. The work of this project has also been allotted and the work on the project has already started.