PANAJI: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant announced grants-in-aid for Gomantak Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya and Research Centre and Shri Kamakshidevi Homeopathic Medical College, both located in Shiroda, during the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Shiroda Ayurved Mahavidyalaya and Research Centre.
Sawant emphasized the chances for professional college establishment offered by the National Education Policy 2020. He praised the achievements of Ayurvedic graduates, pointing out that ninety percent of them have opened clinics and ventured into a variety of fields, such as business and international practice in locations such as Dubai.
The chief minister also mentioned how well homeopathic graduates performed on the Goa Public Service Commission exams and how they were hired as junior scale officers by the state government. Sawant gave the students encouragement and emphasized the value of giving advice on preventive measures to uphold healthy habits in addition to treatment.
A major turning point for the institutions was reached at the event, which was attended by Dr. Mahesh Verlekar, Principal Dr. Anura Bale, Secretary Gajanan Bakhle, WRD Minister and Local MLA Subash Shirodkar, and College Chairman Narendra Savoikar.