Kriya Sharir (Ayurveda Physiology) is the key subject in study of medical sciences. This subject provides the basic knowledge of functional aspect of the human body, mind and the senses. Normal and abnormal functions of Dosha-Dhatu and Mala in human body which helps in critical understanding of disease process and insight to disease management and prevention. Physiology is the core of medical wisdom. Its enormous contribution is responsible for the growth of medical technology and clinical management. The management of the department of Kriya Shari in AIIA, New Delhi is initiated from April 2020. This department deals with the basic concepts, knowledge and applicability of Tridosha (Trifold functional entities- Vata, Pitta and Kapha), Sapta Dhatus (Tissue), Malas (Excretory waste), Prakirti (concept of Genetics), Mana (Mind, cognition, memory etc), Nidra (Physiology Sleep), Oja (Physiology of Immunity) etc. The etiopathogenesis of disease cannot be explained unless Dosha-Dhatu-Mala is assessed subjectively & objectively. Therefore, this subject is the base for proper understanding of Ayurveda and is of great importance for a medical student to understand all other pre, para and clinical subject.
Vision: To be committed to behaviour excellence in Kriya Sharir education as well as outstanding evidence-based research, to obtain optimum knowledge of physiological concepts in Ayurveda and their practical applicability.
Mission: To bring about innovations and modernization in Ayurveda medical education technology, development of economical simple user- friendly handy instruments based on modern technology and cutting-edge research in better understanding of various body function in terms of Ayurveda Kriya Sharir.
The above Research projects will be carried out in coordination with other disciplines of this institute as well as in collaboration with other premier institutes of India and abroad.
16) Course learning outcomes of PG are matched Program Outcome of the NCISM syllabus. Also, over and above the course work knowledge gaining and activities pertaining to the development of Ayurveda health care must be carryout by the Ph.D. and PG scholars of Kriya Sharir.
The scholars must be able to