All India Institute Of Ayurveda launches two new courses for food & diet

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The new programmes include an Ayurveda Dietician Course and an Ayurveda Ahara & Poshana Sahayak Course

The All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), an autonomous body under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, has added two new courses to its curriculum for academic year 2022-23 — Ayurveda Dietician Course, and Ayurveda Ahara & Poshana Sahayak Course.
The courses have been launched by the Swasthritta Department to promote interdisciplinary Ayurveda studies and are affiliated with the Health Sector Skill Council (HSSC) and the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
The Ayurveda Dietician Course is a specialisation program for professionals with a BAMS degree and is aimed at meeting the rising demand for specialised practitioners in Ayurvedic hospitals and medical centres.
On the other hand, the Ayurveda Ahara & Poshana Sahayak Course is open for high school passouts seeking a career as Ayurvedic diet assistants. There is a lot of demand for such professionals at health resorts, wellness centres and hospitals.
Both the courses are for a duration of six months and candidates will be selected based on an entrance test. The institute has invited applications from the eligible candidates in prescribed format which can be downloaded along with other details from its website The last date for submission is 31 March 2022.

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