ABVP-JNU meets UGC Chairman, demands ayurveda biology as separate subject in UGC-NET
UGC-NET: A delegation of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) unit of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) met the executive of University Grants Commission (UGC-NET). The designation requested consideration of Ayurveda Science as a different subject in the UGC-NET, for Joint Exploration Partnership (JRF) and issues connected with as of late presented BSc, MSc courses in Ayurveda Science at JNU.
BSc in Ayurveda Science was acquainted at JNU in 2020 with coordinate ayurveda and clinical science and to make specialists in the field of ayurvedic drugs. ABVP talked about the novel parts of the course with the UGC boss.
The appointment included ABVP-JNU unit secretary Vikas Patel, the understudy association’s Delhi state working panel part Manoj Uniyal, and understudies of Ayurveda Science.
Patel said, “Ayurveda has transformed into a multibillion-dollar industry. The understudies will colossally benefit from the expanded work amazing open doors. The UGC administrator guaranteed the designation that he would investigate the matter and do whatever it takes.”
Leader of School of Sanskrit and Indic Review Mukund said the five-year coordinated BSc-MSc program is a unique in the nation and it plans to mix the ayurvedic standards with current science. The interest of making Ayurveda as a different subject in the UGC-NET, JRF assessment will empower the understudies to benefit themselves of junior exploration cooperations and render them qualified to seek after different PhD programs the nation over, he added.