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Acupuncture, which can be used to treat a broad range of conditions and is a treatment that encourages the patient's body to cure itself, is one of the oldest medical procedures in the world.

 Diploma in Acupuncture 
 QUALIFICATIONS / ELIGIBILITY :  10 +2 / Pass in Certificate Course in Acupuncture
 FEES : 
 First-Year - Rs. 20000
Second Year - Rs. 20000
 Examination Fee
 Rs. 1500 per year
 HOSTEL FEE  Rs. 40000 Non AC Facility/Year
 HOSTEL FEE  Rs. 60000 for AC Facility/Year
 Re-EXAMINATION FEE  Rs. 250 per Paper/Subject
1.Basic Medical Sciences  
1. Anatomy  2. Physiology
3. Biochemistry 4. Pathology
5. Microbiology 6. Psychology
7. Preventive Medicine 8. Indian Medical Diagnosis
9. Nutrition and Dietitian 10. Gynecology
2. Acupuncture theory-
1. History of acupuncture, a brief history of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine
2. Discussion about recognition of acupuncture-World Wide-WHO
3. Brief study on various researches in Acupuncture- China-World Wide
4. TAOISM- Basic Concept of Taoism
5. Concept of Qi (Chi)- Detail description and various concepts about Vital energy (Bio-energy), (life force).
6. Yin-Yang Theory, detailed description of Yin yang Theory
7. Application of theory of Yin Yang in TCM
8. ZANG-FU-Theory, the study of relation of Zang-Fu theory in relation to Meridians, five elements, five senses, tissues, physiology, emotions, pain, dreams, etc.
9. Application of Zang-Fu Theory in Diagnosis,
10. Organ-Clock Theory and its importance
11. The great Five element theory, the law of movement of the five-element in natural
12. Mother-Son law and its applications
13. Theory of exogenous pathogenic factors and endogenous emotional pathogenic factors, detailed study of the relation of medians with environments, personality, psycho-emotional state, and lifestyle
14. Scientific basis and modern theories of acupuncture- Motor-Gate theory, Gate-Control theory of pain, endorphin release- Pain theory, Encephalin theory of pain, The recent research in Acupuncture 
15. Principles of energy Transfer
16. Summary of the theories to explain the Acupuncture effects. 
3. Acupuncture theory-II (Philosophy and theories of Chinese Acupuncture) 
1. The concept of the Meridians and Collaterals, the nomenclature of the meridian and collaterals and their composition, functions of the materials and collaterals, distribution of the fourteen meridians, cyclical flow of Qi in the twelve regular meridians, 
2. The twelve Regular medians- the stomach meridian of foot- Taiyin, the large intestine Meridian of hand- Yangming, the stomach median of the foot Yangming, the spleen- pancreases meridian of hand- Taiyin, the heart meridian of hand- Shaoyin, the small intestine meridian of hand- Taiyang, the bladder meridian of foot- Shaoyin, the kidney meridian of foot-Shaoyin, the pericardium meridian of hand- Julyin, the Sanjiao meridian of hand Shaoyang, The gall bladder meridian of foot- Shaoyang, the liver meridian of foot- Jucyin.
3. The eight extra meridians- Du Meridian, Yangwei Meridian, Chong meridian, Ren Meridian ,Yanggiao Meridian, Yinwei Meridian, dai Meridian, Yingiao meridian. Acupuncture Meridians and Collaterals Note: Extraordinary points and new points, each and every point of all meridians should be described detailed as location, indications and the methods.

4. Acupuncture Theory- III Traditional Chinese Medical Diagnosis

1. Methodology of case-taking and analysis 
2. Visual Diagnosis(inspection)- inspection of head, face, eye, nose, tongue, ear skin, nails, teeth, an inspection of movement and body- language
3. Tongue diagnosis
4. Pulse diagnosis, the technique of pulse diagnosis, various quantities of pulse diagnosis
5. Psycho-emotional diagnosis
6. Differentiation of syndromes according to the eight principles- exterior and interior, deficiency and excess, Yin and Yang, cold and heat
7. Differentiation of syndromes according to the theory of Qi and blood syndrome of blood.
8. Differentiation of syndrome according to the theory of Zang-Fu organssyndrome of heart and small intestine, lungs and large intestine, spleen stomach, liver and gall bladder, kidney and bladder, complication syndrome of Zang- Fu organs
9. Differentiation of syndromes according to the theory of meridians and collaterals, pathological manifestation of the twelve meridians, pathological manifestation of the eight extra meridians
10. Lridology diagnosis(Eye diagnosis)
11. Principles of Acupuncture point selection

Techniques of Acupuncture Terminology of Chinese medicine and acupuncture, description about different types of needles, Methods of needling, Sterilization and disinfection of needlesSafety measures of Acupuncture, Complications contra indications of Acupuncture, Ancillary techniques- three-edged needle bleeding therapy, plum blossom therapy, embedding needle, penetration puncture(point to point), strong stimulation techniques, cupping, Hydrotherapy, application of heat- hot needle, moxibustion, cold (cryopuncture), light laser beam therapy laser puncture- chromo therapy, sonopuncture, ultrasonic therapy, electrotherapy- electro-acupuncture,(electro-anesthesia)(E.S.A), (E.P.S), stimulated induced anesthesia(SIA)- low frequency, high frequency, ultra-high frequency, TENS(Transcutaneous electro-neuro simulation), measurements of Tsun, proportional measurement of skin in body cunometer, electroacupunture point detectors the great law of Bu-xie,technique of tonification and sedation, needling sensation (Degi).

5.Acupuncture Theory-IV
1. Disorders of the nervous system 2. Disorder of respiratory system
3. Disease of cardio-vascular system 4. Blood disorders
5. Disorder of gastrointestinal system 6 Hepatic, biliary, splenetic, and pancreatic disorders
7. Genito urinary disorders, 8. Disorder of women
9. Locomotor disorder-diseases of soft tissues, muscles, bones, and joints 10. Skin disorders
11. Ear disorders 12. Eye disorder
13. Endocrine disorder 14. Psychiatric disease
15. Pediatric disease 16. Acute disorders and emergencies,
17. Pain management (analgesia) 18. Anesthesia
19. Acupuncture in dentistry, 20. Acupuncture in painless labor
21. Acupuncture in treating infections 22. Acupuncture in cancers.
6Ancillary Therapies Related to Acupuncture 
1. Auriculo therapy (Chinese ear acupuncture therapy). 2. Acupressure
Moxibution 4. Laser therapy.
5 Scalp Acupuncture 6. SU-JOK Korean acupuncture
7. cosmetic acupuncture Homeopuncture
9. Magneto therapy 10. Psycho therapy includes a brief study of psychology, counseling, and guidance
11. Yoga 12. Massage, back-Shu massage manipulation
13. Nutrition 14. Meditation and relaxation
15. Basics of Naturalopathy 16. ReikiPranic and spiritual healing
17. Herbal therapy 18. A brief study of Holistic medicines

Book Reference: Mind & Vision Dr.R.S.Agarwal, Practical approach To Acupuncture Dr.Prabha Borwankar, Acupuncture Dr.H.Bhojraj, Clinical Acupuncture Prof.Anton Jayasuriya, Acupuncture Felix Mann Grace Anatomy.


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