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A naturopath treats his patients using natural techniques. He works by incorporating the forces of nature in the healing process and tries to stay away from surgeries and allopathic medicines. Thus, it is more of an alternate medical practice which believes in body's natural abilities to heal its self.

Purpos
Different educational programmes are designed with the aim of disseminating the scientific knowledge of nature cure & yoga therapy through the educated people. All India nature cure federation (New Delhi ) and IYA, Trust plans to promote Nature Cure & yoga all over the world promoting Gandhian thought of better health for the last layer of the society .in order to translate this into action an educational programme has been envisaged as detailed in subsequent paragraphs.

Academic Session :- There will be two academic sessions in a year. These sessions will start from first January and Second July with their annual examinations scheduled to be held after in the second week of December & June (Preferably ) on second saterday & Sunday ) respectively. Medium of Examination is Hindi / English.

Courses Offered : - all naturopathy courses are Affiliated (Akhil Bhartya Prakritik Chikitsa parishad , New Delhi )
(a) Six month Certificate in Elementary Naturopathy & Yoga (C.E.N.Y ) .
(b) One Year Certificate in Naturopathy & Yoga Technique (C.N.Y.T )
(c) Three and half years course ,Diploma in Naturopathy & Yoga Science (D.N.Y.S) + including six month 's House Job.

(A) C.E.N.Y. (Pravesh)
1. History of Naturopathy.
2. Health and Nature Cure.
3. Ram Nam and Nature Cure.
4. Wrong Eating Habit.
5. Gandhian Philosophy of Nature Cure.
6. Five Elements - Space, Air, Water, Erath.
7. Foreign Matters - Definition , Origin, Effects on body.
8. Raw Eating - Method and Important.
9. Acute ad Chronic Diseases - Defination and Clinical Features.
10. (a) Shat Karm, Yoga and Pranayan.
(b) Asan-Katichakrasana, Tadasana, Konasana, Padamasna, Shavasana, Paschimaotansana, Ardhmatsyenderasana, Uttranpadasan, Gomukhasana, Vajarasana, Chakrasana, Pawan, Muktasana, Matasyasana, Dhanurasana, Nokasana, Halasana, Bhujangasana, Tratak, Shalabhasana, Surya Namaskar and Suksham Vyayam.
(c)Pranayam:- Sheetali, Ujjai, Anulom - Vilom, Bhstrika, Bharamrthi, Seetkari, Suryabhedi.


B-(2) C.N.Y.T. (Upcharak)
1. Naturopathy: Defination and Philosophy.
2. Suntherapy (Chromotherapy):
(a) History, Introducation and Chromophilosophy
(b) Physiological use and limitations of different colours.
(c) Charging of Water, Air, Oil, Raw Sugar, Glycerine etc.
3. Mud Therapy
(a) Types of Mud: Black Soil, Yellow Soil, Red Soil, Domat Soil, Gangoti Soli, Multani Soli, Deemak Soli, and sand.
(b) Application of mud in various disorders.
4. Water Therapy
(a) External use of water Simple whole Body Bath, Foot Bath, Hip Bath, Spinal Bath, Parineal Bath, Shower, Jet Pressure, River Bath, Sea Bath.
(b) Internal use of water-Gargle, Ear bath, Neti, Kunjal Shankhprakashalan, Enema.
(c) Wet bandage and compress: Local and General.
5. Space Element
(a) Fasting: Method and Benefits.
(b) How to break fast.
(c) Fasts in curing diseases.
(d) Sleep and restoration
(e) Vital Power and Healing Crisis.


B - (2) C.N.Y.T. (Upcharak) Second Paper
1. Massage:-
(a) Massage Manipulations
(b) Specialty of Massager
(c) Therapeutic uses of massage and its limitations
2. Food Therapy:-
(a) Salad, Sprouts, Juices and Fruit
(c) White Poison - Sugar, White Flour, Vegetables Ghee
3. Human Body :-
Physiology and Anatomy
4. Health and Nature :-
(a) Pollution air, water and sound.
(b) Importance of vegetative kingdom for human existence.
(c) III effects of chemicals.
5. Various Diseases and their Naturopathic Treatment :-
Constipation, Asthama, Insomnia, Blood Pressure (High & Low), Obesity, Diabetes, Stress, Cervical and Lumbar Spondylosis , Jaundice, Cold, Fever, Epitaxis, Sun Stroke and Blood Disorder.


C- (One) D.Y.N.S. (A) First Paper
I. Natural Hygiene & Public Health
1. Aims and Basic Principles of disease prevention.
2. Development of Physical, Mental and Spiritual health.
3. Community Sanitation and Hygiene.
(a) Water Supply
(b) Environment Sanitation
(c) Health laws for food
4. Personal Hygience:- Sun Bath, Colon Hygiene, Rest, Sleep, Personal Cleanliness, Hygiene of eating and drinking.
5. School Hygiene
6 Din-Charya and Ritu-Charya.
7. Health Destroying Habits:- Pan, Smoking, Tea-Coffee, drinks.

II. First Aid
1. Accident Condition
2. Stopping of Haemorrhage
3. Type of Bandages
4. Type of Splint
5. Fracture and general management
6. Drawing
7. Duties of a medical practitioners
8. First aid in bum injury

III. General Study of Pathology
1. Study of sick cells, Functions of Tissues
2. Inflammation - causes, incubation, vascular phenomenon, cellular response
3. Gangrene - dry, moist and gas
4. Repair - regeneration, promoting factors
5. Necrosis
6. Neoplasm - carcinogen, difference between benign and malignant fumors
7. Digestive-Disorders:- Peptic ulcer, gastritis, constipation, dysentery, jaundice, cirrhosis of liver, ascities, amoebiasis and ulcerative colitis.
8. Cardiovascular Disorders :- Rhemuatic fever, congenital heart disease, heart failure, varicose veins, hypertension and hypotension.
9. Respiratory Diseases:- Sinusitis, asthama, bronchitis, emphysema, bronchiectasis, pneumonia and tuberculosis.
10. Endocring Disorders :- Diabetes, hyper-pituitaries, hypopitutarism, hypo and hyper - thyroidism


C- D.N.Y.S. (B) Second Paper
1. Bones and their functions.
2. Skeletion muscle, cardiac muscle, visceral muscle and their functions.
3. Blood lymph and its function.
4. Spleen and its functions.
5. Digestive system, salivary glands, gastric juice, pancreatic juice, bile juice, absorption and assimilation.
6. Excretory System:- Kidney and their function, skin.
7. Respiratory System:- Respiration, carriage of oxygen into blood.
8. Central Nervous System:- Brain and its functions, nerves and their functions, autonomous nerves & their function.
9. Circulatory System:- Heart and its functions, pulmonary circulation, portal system.
10. Special Sences and their functions:- Eye, ear, nose skin & tongue.
11. Endocrines:- Functions of Pituitary, thyroid, thymus, pancreas, adrenal and gonads.

II. Anatomy
1. Structure of cell, tissues of the body.
2. Bones and their relationship with parts of body.
3. Muscles of legs, hands, trunk, face and eyes.
4. Important joints.
5. The digestive system:- mouth, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, liver, pancreas.
6. The reproductive system:- male and female reproductive organs.
7. Respiratory system:- nose, pharynx, trachea, lungs.
8. Circulatory system:- heart, blood vessels and lymphatic system.
9. The nervous system:- autonomous nervous system brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves.
10. Special sense organs:- tongue, nose, eye, ear and skin.
11. Endocrine system:- the pineal gland, the pituitary gland, thymus, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal gland, pancreas and gonads.
12. The excretory system:- kidney, ureter, urinary, bladder, urethra, skin.
c. Viva
d. Practical
e. Sessional/Project Work


C-D.N.Y.S. (B) First Paper
I. Philosophy of Nature Cure
1. History and the principal of nat.re cure
2. Gandhian philosophy of nature.
3. Panchtantra and laws of nature.
4. Method of nature of presenvation and importance, general health, fasting, natural diet, exercise, regular habits, rest and relaxation hunger etc.
5. How to acquire natural immunity to diseases?
6. Healing crisis and diseases crises.
7. Toxins and anti toxins and their elimination.
8. Suppression of disease and its consequences.
9. The importance of right mental attitude.
10. Vaccination and their ill effects.

Science of facical expression
1. Foreign matter theory- Definition and formation of foreign matter.
2. Accumulation of foreign matter, liquids and solids, dry and gaseous form.
3. Bad habits and accumulation of foreign matter.
4. Encumbrances-types and characters.
5. Elimination of foreign matter and how to increase the vitality.


C- D.N.Y.S (B) Second Paper
I. Nature Cure Methods & Practice
II. Hydrotherapy
1. Physical properties of water.
2. Principal of hydrotherapy.
3. Physiological effects of water applicatios respiration, digestion, action and reaction.
4. Classification of hydrotherapy prescriptions
(a) Primary effects (b) Excitant effects
5. Internal Excitant Effects.
6. Secondary Excitant Effects.
(a) Restorative effects.
(b) Tonic effects.
(c) Expectorant effects.
(d) Resultive and derivative effects.
7. General and local sedative effects.
8. The technique of hydrotherapy:-
(a) Water drinking
(b) Effusions
(c) Irrigation - irrigation of nose, stomach, colon and recium.
(d) Douches, scotch douche, spinal douche, alternate douche.
(e) PACKS - Chest packs, trunk packs, partic packs, T. packs, leg packs, local packs, full wet sheet packs.
(f) BATHS - Hip bath, spinal bath, sitz, foot bath, immersion baths.
(g) Vapour baths, steam bath and air baths, ice treatments.

II. Mud Therapy
(a) Types of mud.
(b) Collection and properties of mud.
(c) Mud poultice.
(d) General and local mud applications.
(e) The physiological and pathological effects and contraindications.

III. Chromo Therapy
(a) Types of colours - primary & secondary.
(b) Chromo phyllosphy.
(c) Chromo hygiene.
(d) Limitations of chromo therapy.
(e) Physiological use of violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, infra - red and ultra - violet.
(f) Charging of air, water, oils, foodstuffs, clycerin Vaseline, raw sugar, milk, rose water etc.
C. Viva
D. Practical Training
E. Sessional/ Project Work


C-D.N.Y.S. ( III rd year) First Paper
I. Yoga
(1) Yoga - Definition concepts, aims and objective.
(2) Different types of yoga: raj yoga, bhakti yoga, hat yoga.
(3) Philosophy of yoga : yoga sutra, including 8 steps of yoga ( Astang Yoga).
(4) Effects of various yoga asanas of different systems.
(5) Circulation effects of asanas, pranayam, mudras, bandhas & kriyas.
(6) Different between yogic and Non - Yogic exercise.
(7) Yoga and mental health.
(8) Surya - Namaskar.
(9) Medication.

II.Fasting
(1) Definition
(2) Difference between fasting and starvation.
(3) Types of fast, short fast, intermittent fast, long fast.
(4) Physiological during fast.
(5) Treastment during fast.
(6) How to start fast, how to continue and how to break fast.
(7) Crisis during the fast and its treatment.
(8) Methods of fasting - complete fast, partial fast, water fast, juice fast, saline fast, fruit fast, mono - diet fast.

B. Nutrition and Dietetics
(1) Classification of food and drinks.
(2) Deficiency diseases.
(3) Artificial foods and their ill - effects.
(4) Acidedic and alkaline foods.
(5) Digestion, absorption and assimilation.
(6) Customs and manners of eating.
(7) Combination of foods.
(8) Value of foods, in raw, germinated form and cooked form.
(9) What to eat, how to and how much to eat.
(10) Nutrition and natural resistance of infection.
(11) Balanced diet.

II. Manipulative Treatement:
(1) Theory of massage.
(2) Therapeutic use of massage.
(3) Physiological effects of massage - upon skin, muscular system, circulatory system, gestive system and nervous system.
(4) Massage manipulations: hacking, stroking, percussion, pertispanange, friction, tapotment, vibration and shaking.
(5) Points of Acu-Pressure and their manipulation methods, uses and limitatyions.


C- D.N.Y.S. (IIIrd Year) (B) Second Paper
I.Management of Diseases, Clinics and Hospitals.
II.Obstetrics and Gynecology

(1) Anatomy and physiology of genital organs.
(2) Ovarian and uterine - cycles.
(3) Disorders of menstruation.
(4) Common diseases and sexually transmitted disease (STD`s).
(5) Physiology of pregnancy.
(6) Development of embroyo and placenta.
(7) Normal and abnormal labour.
(8) Antenatal and postnatal care.
(9) Care of mother and new born.
C. Viva - Voice,
D. Practical
E. Sessional/Projects work

General Science (Only for Non-Bio Students)-
I. Origin, Evolutions & Community of Life:-
Heredity and variation, introduction. Mendle`s experiments with peas and idea of factors, mendel`s laws of inheritance Genes, packaging of hereditary material in prokaryotes bacterial chromosome, plasmid and eukaryote chromosomes. Cell division. Cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis. Genetic material and its replication, gene manipulation. Gene expression : genetic code.

Origin of life, living and non-living; chemical evolution, organic evolution; oparin mendel`s ideas, miller - urey ex - periments. Interrelationships among living organisms and evidences, common feature of life process - energy transformation; genetic code, protein synthetic machinery, fossil record including geological time scale, morphological evidence-homology, vestigial organs, embryological similarity. Darwin`s tow major contributions, common origion of living organisms and recombination as sources of variability, selection acts upon variation adaptation (Ledergerg`s replica plating experiment for indirect selection of bacterial mutants); reproductive isolation, speciation. Role of selection change and drift in determining gametic composition of a population. Selected examples; industrial melanism; drug resistance, mimicry, malaria in relation to G-6-PD deficiency and sickle cell disease. Human evolution, paleontological evidence, man`s place among mammals. Brief idea of dryopithecus, Australopithecus, Homoerectus, H. neanderthalensis, cromagnon man and Homo sapiens. Human chromosomes, similarity in different racial groups. Comparison with chromosomes of non-human primates in indicate common orgigin; Cultural is biological evolution.

II. Fundamental Knowledge of Zoology
Animal tissues :- Epithelial, connective, muscular nerve .
Animal nutrition :- Organs of digestion and digestive processes, nutritional requirements of carbohydrates proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins : nutritional imbalances and deficiency disease. Gas exchange and transport : Pulmonary gas exchange and organs involved, transport of gases in blood structure and pumping action of heart, arterial blood pressure lymph. Excertion and osmoregulation, aminotelims, ureotelism uricotelsim, excreation of water and utrea with special reference to man. Role of kidney in requlation of plasma, osmolsrity on the basis of nephrn structure skin and lungs in excreation Hormones, as messengers and regulators. Nervous coordination central, autonomic and periphera nervous systems. Locomotion, joints muscle movements, basic aspects of human skeleton. Reproduction, human reproduction, female reproduction cycles. Embryonic development in mammals (Upto three germs ) layers Growth, repair and ageing.

III. Fundamental Knowledge of Botany
Introduction:- Multicellur way of life in plants and animals. The basic philosophy of form the function in plant and animal, Modes of Nutrition transport of solutes and water in plants, Photosynthesis : Photochemical and biosynthetic phases; diversity in photosynthetic pathways, Transportation and exchange of gases stomatal mechanism, Osmoregulation in plants. Reproduction and development in plants: major forms of plant reproduction - asexual and sexual brief account of mode of sexual reproduction on multicellur lowyer plans. Structure & Functions of flower, Development of Male & Female gemetrophytes, angiosperm, palination, fertilization and development of endosperm, embroyo, seeds and fruit. Differentiation and organ formation. A brief account of growth and movements in plants.

IV.Fundamental Knowledge of Chemistry
1. Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic :
Chemical classification of matter (mixtures, compounds and elements and purification). Law of chemical combination and elements and purification). Law of chemical combination and Dalton`s Atomic Theory. Atomic Mass (mole concept, Detemination of chemical formulas). Chemical Equation.
2. Elements, their Occurrence and Extraction:-
Earth as a source of elements, Elements in biology, Elements in sea. Extraction of metals (metallurgical process, production of concentrated are production of meatls and their purification ). Mineral wealth of India. Qualitative test of metals.
3. Carbon and its compound:-
Elemental Carbon, Inroganic compounds of carbon (oxides of carbon Haliders, Carbiders). Organic Compounds. Nomenculature of organic compounds (Hydrocarbons, functional groups). (Alkanes, Alkynes, Alcohols, Aldehyde, Ketones, Halldes, Acids, Nitro compounds and Amines).
4. Chemistry of Non-Metals:-
Hydrogen, Oxygen and Nitrogen (Position in periodic table, occurance, isotopes, properties reation and uses).
5. Purification and Characterizations of Organic Compounds:
purification ( crystallization, sublimation distillation, differential extraction, chromatography ). Qualitative analysis ( analysis of nitrogen, sulphure, phosphorus and halogens).The molecules and Life :- The cell, Carbohydrates (Monosaccharide, disaccharides and polysaccharides). Proteins (amino acids, peptide bond, structure of proteins and denaturation, enzymes). Nucleic acids (structure, the double helix, biological function of nucleic acid, viruses). Lipids.
6. The State of Matter:
Structure of simple ionic compounds. Close packed structures. Iqnic radii. Silicates (elementary ideas). Imperfection in solids (Points defects only). Properties of solids. Amorphous solids. The gaseous state. Ideal gas equation - kinetic theory (fundamentals only).
7. Solutions:
Types of solutions, Vapour-pressure of solution and Results law. Colligative properties. Non-ideal solutions and abnormal molecular masses. Mole concept, volumetric analysis-concentration unit.
8. Chemistry of Biological process:-
Carbohydrates and their Metabolism; Hemoglobin, Blood and Respiration; Immune system; Vitamins and Hormones. Simple idea of chemical evolution.

V. Fundamental Knowledge of Physics:-
1. Iintroduction and Measurement:
What is physic; scope and excitement; Physics in relation of science; and technology need for measurement, units for measurement, systems of units-SI: fundamental and derived units. Dimensions and its application. Orders of magnitude.
2. Laws of Motion:-
Force and Intertia, first law to motion. Momentum second low of motion, Impulse, some kinds of force in nature. Third low of motion conservation of momentum, rocket propulsion. Equilibrium of concurrent forces. Static and kinetc friction. Laws of friction, rolling friction, lubrication.
3. Work Energy and Power:-
Work done by a constant force and by a variable force, unit of work kinetic energy, power, Elastic collision in one and tow dimension, potential energy, gravitational potential energy and its conversion to kinetic energy.
4. Gravitation:-
Acceleration due to gravity, one dimensional motion under gravity, two-dimensional motions under gravity, Universal law of gravitation. Inertial and gravitational mass, variations in the acceleration due to gravity of the earth, orbital velocity, geostationary satellites, gravitational potential, escape velocity.
5. Waves :-
Wave motion, speed of wave motion principle of super-positions, reflection of waves, harmonic waves (qualitative treatment only).
6. Electrons and Protons:
Discovery of electron, e/m for an electron, electrical conduction in gaes, particle nature of light, Einstein`s photoelectric equation, photocells.
7. Atom, Molecules and Nuclei:-
Rutherford model of the atom, Bohrmodel, energy quantization, hydrogen spectrum, composition of nucleus, atomic masses, iso topes, size of nucleus, radioactivity. Mass energy relation nuclear fission and fusion , nuclear holocaust.
8. Solids and Semiconductor Device:-
Crystal structure Unit cell, single poly and liquid crystal (concept only). Energy bands in solids, conductor, insulators and semiconductors, P.N. Junction, Diodes, Junction transistor as an amplifier and oscillator, logic gate and combination of gates.

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