Services and Facilities

Lab and Museum
Anatomy and Physiology labs are well equipped with various scientific instruments like microscopes, projectors, dummy human bodies, dead body for dissection & cadavers while the also lab includes human organ for practical-education.
Under the dept. of Ras Shastra and Bhaishjya Kalpana, various raw drugs of mineral and animal origin as well as their formulations have been exhibited. Students learn Ayurvedic pharmaceutical procedures in the department. Various poisonous drugs and a number of models and charts concerning medical jurisprudence have been displayed in the museum under the dept. of Agad Tantra & Vyavharayurved. Department of Dravyaguna has museum where samples of various dry herbal drugs have been displayed for their proper identification along with herbarium.

Library
A library is the lifeblood of an academic institution. Our institution encourages all students to make best use of the library that has been carefully built up since the inception of the college.
The library is with reference section, magazine section and stack area. Presently it stacks more than 3000 books and reference volumes for lending to faculty and students. The library subscribers to more than 30 specialized journals, over one third of them being international. Constant addition of titles and volumes in all fields of medicine a regular feature of the library. Every effort has been made to obtain all titles recommended by the faculty & University.

Newspapers, weekly and fortnightly magazines of repute are subscribed to enable students to keep abreast of day-to-day trends. The books authored by the faculty of our college are kept in the library for benefit of the students.

Medicine Industry
College management is running a separate industry to produce Ayurvedic medicine. Now 17 kinds of product are in the market. This industry is believed to enrich the study of BAMS students.

Teaching Hospital
NAMCTH is also running a well established hospital under its banner which undertakes medical treatment and consultancy from time to time like yoga camps, general health camps to the needy and poor people by eminent, well trained and experienced physicians and doctors so that one can avail the benefit of, “Health forever naturally”. NAMCTH students are also encouraged to participate in the hospital activities as part of their curriculum and to have exposure of the real world.
The hospital conducts the below given activities:

1. Ayurvedic Panchakarma to treat chronic cases with special Panchakarma Ayurvedic treatment modalities like Vaman (Induced Emesis), Virechan (Induced Purgation), Basti (Herbal Enema), Rakta Mokshan (Blood-Lething/Leech therapy), Shirodhara, Shirobasti, Swedan (Steam bath, Local fomentation), Hridyabasti, Netrabasti, Nasya (Nasal insufflation), etc.

2. “Yoga & Herbal Massage” for men and woman under medical supervision.

Accommodation
There are separate houses for boys and girls near the college premises. Canteen is managed to provide hygienic, healthy and nutritious food. Facility of sports, extra-curricular activities and regular health check up are ensured. Full attention is given for safety and security.

Other Activities
Sports, personality development and other extra curriculum activities are conducted. Educational-trips to abroad will be organized from time to time. Eastern-Philosophy (e.g. Yoga, naturopathy etc.) also will be the important parts of curricular activities.

Lab and Museum
Anatomy and Physiology labs are well equipped with various scientific instruments like microscopes, projectors, dummy human bodies, dead body for dissection & cadavers while the also lab includes human organ for practical-education.
Under the dept. of Ras Shastra and Bhaishjya Kalpana, various raw drugs of mineral and animal origin as well as their formulations have been exhibited. Students learn Ayurvedic pharmaceutical procedures in the department. Various poisonous drugs and a number of models and charts concerning medical jurisprudence have been displayed in the museum under the dept. of Agad Tantra & Vyavharayurved. Department of Dravyaguna has museum where samples of various dry herbal drugs have been displayed for their proper identification along with herbarium.

Herbal Garden
College is developing its medicinal herbal garden is its own land sufficient for research and study. Herbs will be cultivated sing organic farming method without using insecticides & pesticides.