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Nov 04, 2018
6:18PM

AYUSH Minister stresses on need for using modern technologies to promote Ayurveda

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AYUSH Minister Shripad Yesso Naik has stressed on the need to use modern technologies to promote Ayurveda in the country.

Inaugurating the two days National Seminar on Entrepreneurship and Business Development in Ayurveda in New Delhi today, Mr Naik said, government has taken several new initiatives in the last four years to increase the market size of Ayurveda. 

He said, 20 Lakh medicines in Ayurveda are available in the country. Mr Naik said, the seminar is organised to encourage young entrepreneurs to use modern technologies and highlight opportunities at global level.

Speaking on the occasion, CEO NITI Aayog Amitabh Kant urged to maintain the medicinal purity of Ayurveda. He said, Ayurveda medicine is India's biggest gift to the world and there is massive opportunity in Ayurveda. 

He said, there is numerous business and job opportunity in Ayurveda.
 

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