Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya

Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya is an esteemed institution located in Surat. The courses conducted by the Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya of Surat focuses on the history, evolution, development and importance of Ayurved both in the present and past context.

Gujarat Ayurved University has provided affiliation to Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya of Surat. As such, the format of courses offered by the Mahavidyalaya follow the basic guidelines set by the Ayurved University.

Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya was formed in Surat in the year of 1946. Ever since its inception, this institution is striving to offer a wide range of comprehensive courses that will enlighten the students about the various ancient aspects of Ayurved.

Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya allows a total of around 251 aspirants in each of its academic sessions. Those who score high marks in the exams conducted by the institute can make a prosperous career in the Ayurved industry.

The concept of Ayurveda is known to be one of the oldest ones in India. The ayurveda medicines which were once used by the saints of the country have now become very popular due to their multi-dimensional cure effects. It is believed that ayurveda has more positive influence on the body system of those who are suffering from serious ailments. All over the world ayurveda today has been recognized as one of the prime sources of curative medicines.

Shri O.H. Nazar Ayurved Mahavidyalaya of Surat in a way strives to involve more and more students into the study and research of core ayurvedic fundamentals.

Last Updated on : 3/06/2013



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