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TimeLine of Maharastra Arogya Mandal

Educational Initiative at MAM::
  • Nursery to Post Graduate Academic Institutes:
  • Considering importance of education for better livelihood MAM has undertaken many educational activities from pre-primary to higher secondary Schools in and around Hadapsar, this imparts education to more than 4000 students. The approach of these schools is to educate and convert the students in to responsible future citizens. There are 15 institutes working under roof of MAM from Pre-primary to post graduation in Indian Medicine.
    The Trust has started Dr.Dada Gujar English Medium School (proposed CBSE Board) from year 2015 at Mohomadwadi. Being a NGO, MAM needs financial support for construction of this ambitious project of providing English medium high class education at affordable rates to all classes of Hadapsar.

  • Sumatibhai Shah Ayurved College (1990):
  • This institute in well known for its excellence in medical academics and research across India. The doctors from this institute are driven by social work and contribution of Sane Guruji Hospital. This social attitude is further propagated in the students. Many Ex-students are serving the community with the same social thoughts in rural parts of India and even around the globe.
    The College is most renowned private college in India with facilities of Graduate, Post Graduate (15 Subjects), PhD Education. It is recognized by Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and Central Council of Indian Medicine New Delhi. College also has plan for autonomous short term courses for International Students for propagation of Ayurved. This institute also publish a Quarterly Research Journal Stayanveshnam Today (ISSN Indexed) delivering a platform for innovative research publication from medical field.

  • PARAS:Programme for Advanced Research in Ayurveda Sciences (MAM’s Autonomous R & D Institute) (2015):
  • Research can provide wings to the traditional assets of Ayurveda Knowledge. Continuous data monitoring, clinical trials and development is necessary to keep any academic and clinical institute up to date with present social requirements. MAM has established an autonomous division to take care and culture research activities amongst practitioners, academician and postgraduate students. PARAS take initiative in proposals for various grants and institutional development as a whole.

  • Institute of Nursing Education (2002):
  • Maharashtra Arogya Mandal established Nursing School with Revised Auxiliary Nurse Midwife Training. The Nursing School is recognized by Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi with admission capacity of 40 students. Presently this college is run on non-grant basis. Majority of the girl students are from rural & poor class. We take pride that, total 17 students from tribal area have qualified from our institute and providing the best nursing care in their respective areas. We are planning further to start advanced courses of nursing like G.N.M

  • Bal Sadan (Foster Homes) Children Centred Initiative (1975-1985):
  • Children are the future assets of our Nation. Moved by the miserable plight of unfortunate children, MAM decided to start “foster homes” dedicated to the cause of welfare of these children. Activities such as Foster homes for destitute and orphan children characterize MAM’s active concern for the younger generation. Total 71 orphans (44 boys and 27 girls) have benefited from the Bal Sadan. Caring for the destitute continued well after the mandatory age limit for the orphans until they settle on their own. All beneficiaries are well amalgamated as respectable citizens in society.