VC inaugurates ayurvedresearch.in
PTI | January 11, 2011
City-based Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has launched its own website on Ayurveda research database.
The website 'www.ayurvedresearch.in' was inaugurated by MUHS Vice-Chancellor Dr Arun Jamkar yesterday.
MUHS has entrusted Pune-based organisation PDEA to develop the website and MUHS has sanctioned a grant of Rs one lakh for the purpose, Jamkar said.
All research projects of the varsity will be available online to medical students as well as medical practitioners on this website and the needy can gather data on dieting, diseases, lifestyle and other information.
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