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Nilanjan Sanyal is the new Secretary, AYUSH

A 1979 batch IAS officer of the Orissa cadre, Mr. Sanyal was currently Special Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development

Nilanjan Sanyal, a 1979 batch IAS officer of the Orissa cadre who was currently Special Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development, has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

He has also been an Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.  Before that, he held the charge of Managing Director, Orissa State Disaster Mitigation Authority and Commissioner, Higher Education Department.

Mr. Sanyal has a Diploma in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge and also holds an MPhil degree in Social Sciences from Punjab University.  

congrayulation sir

sir warm wellcome dr mahendra

Legal enforcement of Sowa Rigpa

Congratulation and Greetings from Sowa Rigpa, (Tibetan Medicine)practitioners. We hope and expect more attention from Hon. Secretary for promotion of Sowa Rigpa through our world. Best wishes for new chair!

Welcome Sir, please leave a mark6

AYUSH needs deeper understanding, comprhensive outlook, active involvment, discretionary abilities, quick execution and fresh approach.
It is morally corrupt, institutionalised with weak foundation & poor structure, functionally ineffective, locally challenged on global parameters, globally challenged for traditional validity! Educational Reforms, Research Focus, Technology Adaptation, Resource Mobilisation, Integrative Mechanisms, Corporate Involvement could important means.
Existing expertise even from modern sciences as prevalent today is outdated, dogmatic, driven by wasted interests, personal agenda and is not benefitial to the systems.
Traditional lot lacks confidence and is poor in resources, weak in technical strengths, does not have strategic direction and greedy in character.
There is an urgent need of 'A National Agenda'.
Weakened from within through institutionalised compromises for quality and accountibility it needs 'Total Overhaul'.
You will need /search for right expertise of committed experts truly interested in growth of sector beyond self.
IT needs a saviour!


CONGRATULATIONS MR.Sanyal.We expect more attention to the promotion of Indian systems of health care specially the Preventive and promotive aspects and Concept of Home herbal gardens to be promoted on war footing...Thank you for your attention and Understanding...

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