Faculty of Life Sciences has organized an educational visit to Mandsaur Institute of Ayurvedic Education and Research (MIAER)
Faculty of Life Sciences
|Year/sem: M. Sc Biotechnology & M.Sc Microbiology III Sem|
|Activity: Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory visit at MIAER|
|Date and Time: 23/12/2020 , 03.00 PM to 04.00 PM.|
|Title: Visit to Ayurveda departments, Anatomy and Physiology lab for observing human body specimens and working models|
Resource person/agency and affiliation:
Dr. Jaya Shankar Mund, Professor & Principal, MIAER; Dr. Eswaran H.T., Dr. Sivajothy S, Associate Professor, MIAER
Brief description / remarks:
The objective of the visit was to advance students about understanding of ayurveda, yoga, human anatomy and pathways of physiology of different organ system.
A Laboratory visit for the students of M.Sc Biotechnology and M.Sc Microbiology III Sem was organized by Faculty of Life Sciences in the Anatomy and Physiology lab at Mandsaur Institute of Ayurvedic Education and Research (MIAER), MU, Mandsaur on 23rd December 2020. The programme within the MIAER was coordinated by Dr. Eswaran H.T Associate Professor, MIAER. An intern Dr. Bhavesh Merawat, under the guidance of Dr. Praveena P Niar, Assistant Professor MIAER, demonstrated all the specimens and bones to the students. He also demonstrated physiology and functioning of different organ system through the models prepared by the students. Students of Life Sciences also learnt few basic principles of Ayurveda and Yoga. Dr. Sivajothy S Associate Professor, MIAER also involved and makes arrangement for the visit to the cadaver room.
The program was coordinated by Ms. Teena Yadav Assistant Professor, Faculty of Life Science, Mandsaur University. We are very thankful to Dr. Jayshankar Mund, Principal, Institute of Ayurvedic Education and Research for permitting us for the visit.
Students learnt about human anatomy and various body systems by observing real body organs and interactive anatomy models. This will help the students for making an in depth understanding of human anatomy. By observing real on hand demonstration of physiology on working models students came to understand the actual flow of events taking place within different systems of the body. As per future prospects the basic knowledge about human body and distribution of functions is an essential factor. They also learned the importance of yoga and Ayurveda in daily life.
No. of participants: 6 students
Prepared by: Ms. Teena Yadav, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Life Science, Mandsaur University
Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Dr. Shekhar Jain, HOD, Faculty of Life Science, Mandsaur University.