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Thursday, January 07, 2010

International seminar on ‘Recent Advances in Homoeopathy’ at Science Auditorium, Kolkata from 19 -21 February 2010

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National Institute of Homoeopathy,  Kolkata is going to organize an International seminar on ‘Recent Advances  in Homoeopathy’ at Science Auditorium, Kolkata from 19 -21 February 2010 in  collaboration with Centre for Advance Studies in Homeopathy (C.A.S.H.), New  Delhi and various other Government institutions like Central Council for  Research in Homoeopathy, Central Council of Homoeopathy and Homoeopathic  Pharmacopoeia Laboratory.

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“The  NIH, Kolkata is an autonomous institution under the Department of AYUSH,  Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. It is a model  academic institute of Homoeopathy in the country. The institute has been  thriving for the excellence in homoeopathic education, outstanding patient  care and research. It imparts both Under Graduate (BHMS) and Post Graduate  (MD) courses in Homoeopathy”.
The main  agenda of this seminar is to bring the current status of Homoeopathy in one  platform and to discuss about future prospect for the growth & development  of Homeopathy. The theme of discussion shall be on recent advances in research  and development in clinical areas. The focus shall be given on treatment of  Cancer, HIV/AIDS, and Malaria etc.  This is one of the major initiatives  with the patronage of the Government of India and almost all the available  resources have been pooled to make the event memorable. This shall be a unique  opportunity for the professionals to meet the experts from various countries  and interact with them to upgrade their skill and knowledge.

This seminar would be followed by a two days workshop by international homooepathic physician team at NIH OPD. The certificate of participation will be given to all the delegates participating in this seminar by NIH (National Institute of Homoeopathy), Government of India.

The details are available HERE .

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