We Bow To All Teachers

Thank you, Teachers! We Are Grateful

प्रेरकः सूचकश्वैव वाचको दर्शकस्तथा।
शिक्षको बोधकश्वैव षडेते गुरवः स्मृताः॥

The one who inspires, one who informs, one who recites, one who guides, one who teaches, and the one who awakens, these are the six Gurus to remember.

This ancient Sanskrit sloka speaks volumes of the role teachers play in our lives, though many a time we do not know the form in which they arrive. Today, September 5, we celebrate as Teachers’ Day, to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was the first vice president of India (1952-1962), and also a teacher and philosopher. Worlds Teachers’ Day is celebrated every year on October 5.

India is the land of teachers, many dating back to thousands of years. On this day, we honour and show gratitude to all mentors and teachers. Across India, schools and higher educational institutions celebrate this day, a day honouring the bond between the children and their mentors who influence their lives in several ways.

Dr. Radhakrishnan was also the second president of India (1962-1967). When Dr. Radhakrishan took the office of the second president of India in 1962, his students sought his permission to celebrate September 5 as a special day. Dr. Radhakrishnan instead made a request to observe September 5 as Teachers’ Day to recognize the contribution of teachers to the society. He said, "Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teacher's Day." Since then, his birthday is celebrated as Teacher's Day.

Despite all his accomplishments and contributions, Dr. Radhakrishnan remained a teacher throughout his life. He believed that true teachers are those who help us think for ourselves, so they should be the best minds in the nation. Dr. Radhakrishnan was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna, the nation's highest civilian honour.

Today, we the students of Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College pay tribute to all the hallowed teachers, especially those who imparted knowledge of Ayurveda, and are today guiding the future of this ancient medicinal system through the millennial generations.

We thank the College Management and the faculty for giving us the opportunity to achieve excellence in Ayurveda.


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The institute conducts teaching programs in medical and para medical courses at undergraduate level. Soon to commence post graduate and diploma courses. Teaching and research are conducted in 16 disciplines. Seven clinical departments each with identified areas of super specialization supported adequately by the pre-clinical and para clinical departments manage essentially all types of diseases based on Ayurvedic principles.

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About Our College

Our Philosophy
Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College actualises providing unprecedented medical training to produce successful Ayurvedic practitioners and researchers. Students graduate as proud alumni of one of the largest Ayurvedic institutions in the country.

The avidity of an eminent Ayurvedic practitioner, Dr. Prashant S Acharya, to inculcate a community with the real sense of health care through the great science of Ayurveda culminated in the establishment of a health care organisation in 2003 to serve the rural population confined to a small town, Dodaballapura, of the Bangalore district of Karnataka.

Course Recognition

The Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (Ref. No. ACA/AY-56/2006-2007) having a Non Objection certificate from Govt. Of Karnataka (Ref. No. AKK-36PTD2004), recommended by Central Council of Indian Medicine (Ref. No. 4-86/2005-Ay), and approved by Ayush ( Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India.) (Ref. No. R.12011/5/2005-EP). It operates a 100 bedded hospital with a total spread of 10 acre land including herbal garden, pharmacy, canteen and other amenities required for an Ayurvedic Medical College as per the norms of the statutory body.