B.E.M.S. (BACHELOR OF ELECTROPATHY MEDICINE & SCIENCE) 3 ½ YEARS


Duration :
3 ½ YEARS

Eligibility :
Minimum Educational Qualification for DEHM is (10th passed) with 5 years experience in any medical science i.e. Ayurveda, Unani, Allopathy, Homeopathy & Electropathy from any alternative system.
Course Subjects :
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Electropathy Materia Medica
  • Electropathy Phamacy& G.K.
  • Practice of Electropathy Medicine
Anatomy Physiology Electropathy MateriaMedica Electropathy Phamacy& G.K. The practice of Electropathy Medicine Future & Scope
Qualified B.E.M.S. are eligible to open and run their clinics Hospital Electrohomeopathy all over the India, after getting registrations from the authority on the basis of B.E.M.S. Course
Award
Successful students are awarded the Bachelor of Electrohomeopathy Medicine & Surgery Certificate and are entitled to use the initials, B.E.M.S.

B.E.M.S. (BACHELOR OF ELECTROPATHY MEDICINE & SURGERY) 4 ½ -YEARS

Eligibility :
Minimum Educational Qualification for DEHM is (10th passed) with 5 years experience in any medical science i.e. Ayurveda, Unani, Allopathy, Homeopathy & Electropathy from any alternative system.
Duration : 4 & 1/2 years(Including Six months Compulsory Internship Programme)
Course Subjects :

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Electropathy Materia Medica
  • Electropathy Phamacy& G.K.
  • Practice of Electropathy Medicine
Mode of Study :
Regular (10 am to 4 pm)
Mode of Admission : Direct (10.00 AM to 4.00 PM)
Total Papers : 16 (4 Papers/Subjects per year)
Certificate Issuing Authority : N.E.M.S of Tamilnadu(Authorised by Central Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt of India.
Registration : A grade Medical practice registration
Employment registration : Can register in Govt.Professional & Executive employment office, Guindy, T.N (N.C.O Number 07097)
Medical council : N.E.M.S of Tamilnadu- can work like the medical council in so far as recognizing course run by them (as per Central Govt policy decision order)

M.D(EH) DOCTORATE OF MEDICINE IN ELECTROHOMEOPATHY

Eligibility :
Minimum Educational Qualification for B.E.M.S.
Duration : 2 years
Course Subjects :

  • MateriaMedica
  • Electropathy Fundamental & Pharmacy
  • The practice of Electropathy Medicine
  • Diagnosis & Treatment
THESIS :

Thesis – It must be typewritten on A4 (as using one side only) with student number including name, address and subject.

Thesis length should be 5000 words and would cover all the major topic of the subject including the philosophy of Electro-Homeopathy in their own words.

The Thesis must show that the student has a full knowledge and understanding of the subjects. Examples of experience and personal opinions should be included. All reference must be listed.

Award :
Successful students are awarded the Doctor of Medicine in Electrohomeopathy certificate and are entitled to use the initials M.D. (E.H.). Future and Scope :
Qualified M.D. (E.H.) eligible for the post of professor in the Medical Institute or research work in the Electropathic system

Master Diploma in Acupuncture

1 ADVANCED ACUPUNCTURE
2 NATUROPATHY
3 DIET AND NUTRITION
4 REFLEXOLOGY
5 PRACTICAL-I
6 PRACTICAL-II
7 PRACTICAL-III
8 PRACTICAL-IV

D.E.H.M. (Diploma in Electro-homeopathy Medicine)

Eligibility :
Minimum Educational Qualification for DEHM is (10th passed) with 5 years experience in any medical science i.e. Ayurveda, Unani, Allopathy, Homeopathy & Electropathy from any alternative system.
Duration : 1 Year
Course Subjects :

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Electropathy Materia Medica
  • Electropathy Phamacy& G.K.
  • Practice of Electropathy Medicine
Award:
Successful students are awarded the Diploma of Electrohomeopathy and are entitled to use the initials, D.E.H.M.

Future & Scope:
Qualified D.E.H.M. Practitioners are eligible to open & run their Electropathy Clinic all over India after getting B-Grade Practitioner registration from the authority on the basis of D.E.H.M. Course.

Mode of Study:
Correspondence only

Diploma in Naturopathy & Yogic Science (D.N.Y.S.)

Eligibility :
Minimum Educational Qualification for B.E.M.S.
Duration : Three and Half Years Course (including six months House Job)
Gorakhpur. Medical Graduate recognised by Govt. & Registered with the respective medical councils are eligible to enroll himself (M.B.B.S, M.D., M.S., B.D.S, B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S.,B. PHARMA, NURSING DEGREE) directly for the DNYS IInd year course thus they can complete the course with in two and half year duration.
There will also be an additional compulsory paper of general science (100 Marks) for eligible candidate of DNYS Ist year examination who have not studied & passed Biology at Intermediate Examination or CNYT.
Admission Procedure: A physically and mentally fit candidate who has attained the age of 17 years having the eligibile qualification of the course preferred, shall submit the prescribed enrollment form, obtainable from the office of the Parishad or study centre affiliated with the Parishad on cash Payment of rupees hundred (Rs. 100/-) or Rupess one hundred fifty (Rs. 150/-) by post along with well in advance before the commencement of the course. Selected application form duly filled in and completed must be accompanied with necessary documents. The enrollment stands cancelled automatically after a discontinuity of one regular sessions. This can be renewed on application after a payment of Rupees One Hundred. Further renewal is not allowed.
Method of Teaching: The study centres will make necessary arrangements of prescribed teaching and training according to the syllabus for the trainies enrolled through them. They can charge the arrangement fees for the same. Arrangements will be made by the Parishad also to provide practical training ith experienced Naturopaths in a reputed Nature Cure centre any where in the country. This will help in learning the practical use of different techniques and modalities of treatments and prevention of reoccurence of the disease. Only actual expenses will have to be borne by the trainee.
Examination Form: Each enrolled candidate shall be required to submit the duly filled examination form (to be made available from the office of the Parishad) along with prescribed fee. Typedor Photostate forms will not be accepted. Last date for submission of examination form for June examination is 31st March and for December examination it is 30th September. The form can be submitted in the Parishad office with a late fee of Rs. 100/- (One Hundred) upto 45 days before the examination. Form recieved after the last date shall be kept in pending for the next session if so desired by the candidate in advance.
Examination Details: All Examination centres will be decided by the Parishad and the candidate is bound to appear in the examination from the centre. In case a candidate wished to change the centre, should submit request application 30 days before the commencement of the examiniation with fee of Rs. 100/- (One Hundred) on which Parishad's decision will be final.
Written examination will be organized in two sessions per day. First session will be held from 9 AM to 12 Noon and second session will be held from 2 PM to 5 PM.
There shall be only one centre in a city for 100 or more candidates. If the number is less than 100 candidates in a city the candidate will be alloted some other centre outside the city/district/state. Parishad can arrange additional centre at its own descretion.
A candidate who failed to appear in the examination on medical grounds has to submit medical certificate along with an application within fifteen days of the examination or their examination fee shall be forfeited. He has to submit his admit card along with a fee of rupees fifty with application on plain paper to appear in the examination atleast 60 days before the examination. Only one session gap is allowed in this case.
A candidate who failed in science only can appear in IInd Year examination but he has to pass this examination before IIIrd year examination of DNYS
A candidate who has failed in one written paper only, can apply for suppllimentary examination scheduled to be held with the next examination along with a fee of rupees two hundred. Acandidate can apply for rechecking after the declaration of the results with in one month along with requisite fee
Viva, Practical & Sessional/Project works is a compulsary part of the examination. Candidates who do not clear Viva, Practical & Sessional/Project work shall be declared uncsuccessful into the relevent examination. Viva, Practical & Sessional/Project work is of 100 marks each.
A candidate whose attendence is very poor during the training, will not be allowed to appear in the examinations.
Minimum pass marks for each paper, viva, practical & sessional/project work is 50%. A candidate who secured 60% or more marks,s will be declared first division. Achievement of 75% or more marks by a candidate will be distinction marks.
Unsuccessful candidate can appear in the next full examination. He/She will have to submit fresh application form along with required examination fee.
Examination details: There shall be only one written paper in C.E.N.Y.
There shall be one written paper of 100 marks, 100 marks viva and 100 marks practical work in C.N.Y.T.
There shall be two written paper of 100 makrs each, 100 marks viva, 100 marks practical work in D.N.Y.S.
Class and Practical fee to be decided by each centre. Fee deposited once shall not be refunded. If a candidate submits proper reason for his/her absence in the examination with in the 15 days (after the examination), his/her fee can be adjusted in the next examination only if the Parishad decides. The decision of the Parishad will be final.
Certificate of Examination:
The Parishad will issue the certificate only after passing the examinations according to its schedule. A candidate after passing the DNYS IIIrd year examination will have to undertake 6 months regular practical house job in the centers recognized by the Parishad. After the completion of this training the candidate has to apply for the certificate on the prescribed form duly filled with necessary documents. On submission of the application form along with Rs. 100/- (one hundred) will get the certificate after successful interview &oath for good conduct.
Special Remarks: Trained candidates will be responsible for their illegal activities. Parishad's decision to change the rules and regulations shall be final. Jurisdiction area will be within Delhi Territory.

DIPLOMA IN YOGA

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH & COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS ( MS-OFFICE ) 2 BASIC ANATOMY AND PYSIOLOGY 3. ROLE OF HATHA YOGA IN HEALTH DISEASES 4 YOGA IN SCIENCE THIRUMULAR 5 PRACTICAL - I 6 PRACTICAL - II 7 PRACTICAL - III 8. PRACTICAL - IV

CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRO – HOMOEOPATHY

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 ANATOMY PHISIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
3 INTRODUCTION TO HOMEOPATHIC & HEALTH EDUCATION
4 ELECTRO HOMEOPATHY
5 PRACTICAL - I
6 PRACTICAL - II
7 PRACTICAL - III
8 PRACTICAL - IV

Diploma in Acupuncture

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
3 BASIC ACUPUNCTURE
4 MERIDIANS AND ACUPUNCTURE POINTS
5 THERAPEUTICAL APPROACH AND TRADITIONAL DIAGNOSIS
6 PRACTICAL - I
7. PRACTICAL - II
8 PRACTICAL - III
9 PRACTICAL - IV
10 PRACTICAL - V

BSS DIPLOMA IN VARMA & MASSAGE SCIENCE

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY OF VARMA
3 VARMA SCIENCE
4 MASSAGE SCIENCE
5. PRACTICAL - I
6 PRACTICAL - II
7 PRACTICAL - III
8 PRACTICAL - IV

DIPLOMA IN PANCHAKARMA

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 MOOLA SIDDHANTA OF AYURVEDA
3 BASICS OF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN BODY
4 PANCHAKARMA PART - I
5 PANCHAKARMA PART - II
6 PRACTICAL - I
7 PRACTICAL - II
8 PRACTICAL - III
9 PRACTICAL - IV
10 PRACTICAL - V

DIPLOMA IN YOGA & NATUROPATHY

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 SCIENCE & ART OF YOGA - ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF ASANAS TECHNIQUES
4 PRINCIPLE OF NATURE CARE
5 PRACTICAL METHODS OF YOGASANAS CARE THERAPY
6 PRACTICAL - I
7 PRACTICAL - II
8 PRACTICAL - III
9 PRACTICAL - IV
10 PRACTICAL - V

II YEAR
11 SCIENCE & ART OF YOGA - NUTRITION
12 DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
13 PRACTICAL METHODS OF NATURE CARE THERAPY
14 PRACTICAL - VI
15 PRACTICAL - VII
16 PRACTICAL - VIII

DIPLOMA IN ELECTROPATHY MEDICAL SCIENCE

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH & COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 ANATOMY,PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
3 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRO HOMEOPATHY & HEALTH EDUCATION
4 GENERAL ELECTROPATHY PRINCIPLE & PRACTICES
5 PRACTICAL - I
6 PRACTICAL - II
7 PRACTICAL - III
8 PRACTICAL - IV

II YEAR

9 DIAGNOSIS BASED ON ELECTROPATHY PRINCIPLE
10 ELECTROPATHY MEDICINAL PLANTS COLLECTION & MEDICINE PREPARATION
11 ADVANCE ELECTROPATHY ON CHRONIC DISEASES
12 PRACTICAL - V
13 PRACTICAL - VI
14 PRACTICAL - VII

DIPLOMA IN YOGA & MASSAGE

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
3 BASIC YOGA
4 ASANAS & PRANAYAMA
5 MASSAGE THERAPY
6 PRACTICAL - I
7 PRACTICAL - II
8 PRACTICAL - III
9 PRACTICAL - IV
10 PRACTICAL - V

DIPLOMA IN ELECTROPATHY MEDICINE

1 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH AND COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
2 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
3 ELECTROPATHY MATERIA MEDICA
4 PRACTICES OF MEDICINE
5 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY & CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
6 PRACTICAL- I
7 PRACTICAL- II
8 PRACTICAL- III
9 PRACTICAL- IV
10 PRACTICAL- V

DIPLOMA IN NURSING CARE ASSISTANT

BASIC DETAILS

It is a paramedical course. DNCA is a Diploma certificate course. After completing the course, one won’t become a registered nurse. One will be able to work under nurses and Doctors.


COURSE DURATION

Depending upon the institute, course duration could be anywhere between 1 to 2 years. Generally the course is 2 years long.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

10th passed (or equivalent) from a recognized board is the minimum educational qualification required.

ADMISSION PROCESS

Depending upon the institute, it could be direct admission process of merit based admission process.

CAREER PROSPECTS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Diverse job opportunities exist in front of nursing care assistants. Government and private sector job opportunities are available in front of them.

Nursing care assistants/aides are usually hired by hospitals (Government and private), clinics, nursing homes, CHCs (Community Health Centres) and NGOs. Under such work setups, they function under the supervision and guidance of registered nurses and Doctors.

syllabus 1 Year (I & II Semester): Introduction to Nursing
Introduction to Pharmacology
Basic Human Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology)
Community Health Nursing
First Aid
Nutrition
Computer Application
Communicative English
2 Year (III & IV Semester): Pediatric Nursing
Sociology
Personal Hygiene
Psychology
Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiological Methods
Ward Management
Gynecological Nursing
Family Health Nursing care