Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar shadows the motto “Prayojanam Chasya Swasthasya Swasthaya Rakshanam Aaturasya Vikara Prasmanam Cha” i.e., Prevention is better than cure. The mission of the College is to advance and apply the acquired knowledge to promote the health of the needy through need-based, problem-solving learning and discovery. It specializes in medical and health sciences with a will to serve the people with emphasis on socially meaningful medical education and health care.

Facts and Figures of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar

Establishment Year

1997

University Type

Private

Chair person of the University

Dr. Sukhwinder Singh

 Approval

Central Council of Indian Medicine

Campus Strength (students)

250

Faculties strength

60

Duration of the course

5 & ½ years

Campus Residents

200+

How to Reach

Barkhandi Road, Muktsar

Helpline

01663-261058

 

Why to Join Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar?

  • Anatomy Museum & Dissection Hall: Knowledge of human anatomy is a must for a medical science student. Without the prior knowledge of different parts of the body and their structure, one cannot be mentioned as a doctor. Keeping this in mind, the anatomy museum has been equipped such that one can get basic as well as detailed knowledge about the human body. It has also got separate, large, well-ventilated dissection hall with cadaver preservative room.
  • Ras Shastra & Dravya Guna Museum: Ras Shastra introduces medicos to the identification of minerals, Ratnas & Upratnas for the preparation of various drugs and the museum is a treasure house of all the above mentioned with their details. Dravya Guna museum is enriched with large number of samples of rare herbal drugs and deals with the identification of plants at the microscopic and macroscopic level & how they work on the human body to cure the ailment.
  • Hospital: The college has well-established hospital that imparts training to the students as well as serves the ailing mankind. It is handled by specialists supported by nurses, other staff and students as a part of their academic curriculum.