Every dravya in this universe has therapeutic value, according to Jagathyevam Anoushadham. Students can obtain information about medicinal plants from the department of dravyaguna, which is essential for treatments in Ayurveda. More than 260 dry and 90 wet preserved specimens, including rare drugs for identification, are housed in the museum. In addition to 77 reference books on dravyaguna, botany, and pharmacology in the department library, our pharmacognosy lab is furnished with microscopes, reagents, glassware, and other instruments. The department routinely holds educational programmes on home remedies, home gardening, and other topics for students and the general public. In accordance with NCISM standards, the departments have two experienced and knowledgeable experts.
|SL.No||Name of the staff||Image||Qualification||Teacher’s code||Designation||Experience|
|1||Dr. Arathikrishnan. E||BAMS ,MD (AYU),PhD Scholar||AYDG00280||HOD & Professor||10 years 5 months and 18 days|
|2||DR Karthika S||BAMS ,MD (AYU),PhD Scholar ,MBA (HM)||AYDG01558||Assistant Professor||1 year 4 month|