Rajiv Gandhi Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital (RGAMC & H) established at Mahe in the year 2010 with the approval of Department of AYUSH, Govt. of India. This institution is functioning under Perunthalaivar Kamaraj
Medical College Society (PKMCS) which is governed by Govt. of Puducherry. This is the only college in South India which is funded by Department of AYUSH – Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.
Affiliated to Pondicherry University
Approved by Department of AYUSH
Courses OfferedBachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery(50 Seats per Year)Diploma for Ayurveda Panchakarma Therapist(10 Seats per Year [5 Male & 5 Female])
24 x 7 Casualty
100 Bed Capacity for In-Patients
OP Timings starts at 9 am to 12 noon (working days)
Free Yoga Training Class for General Public is conducted at Yoga Hall in the College Campus on all working days from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Below are the major departments inRajiv Gandhi Ayurveda Medical College.
Kayachikithsa deals with the diagnosis and treatment of general diseases like skin disorders, diabetes, tuberculosis, rheumatoid, etc.
Panchakarma is Ayurveda’s primary purification and detoxification treatment. It helps in the balancing of doshas (bioelements) in the body.
Shalakya deals with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of all diseases occurring above the neck such as eyes, nose, ear, mouth & head.
Kaumara Bhritya means nourishing, supporting & maintaining the health of children. It deals with prenatal & postnatal care of the baby & mother.
It deals with tumours, internal/external injuries, bone fractures, complications during pregnancy and delivery, and obstruction in intestinal loop.
Swasthavritta is a science of Health, which advocates the theory and practice of maintaining public and private health.
'Prasuthi Tantra' deals with pregnancy, labour & puerperium. 'Stree Roga' deals with diagnosis & treatment related to women.
Ayurveda, "Science of Life" is a holistic, traditional Indian system medicine. The principle objective of Ayurveda is maintenance and promotion of health, prevention and cure of diseases.
The Arabian coastal belt is known for abundant availability of medicinal plants. People of Mahe and the surroundings traditionally seek Ayurveda for their well-being. Because of these demands for Ayurvedic medicine, Government of Puducherry intended to start an Ayurvedic college in Mahe, the only one educational institution for the Indian Systems of Medicine.