Department of Amraze Jild wa Zohrawiya
Amraze Jild wa Zohrawiya
The Department of Amraz-e-Jild wa Zohrawiya (Unani Dermatology & Venerology) came into existence in December 2011 and has played a pivotal role in development of integrated teaching , clinical training and clinical research since then. The Department has been given great emphasis by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India because of its enriched classical literature in Amraze Jild (Skin Disorders) along with Tazeeniyat (Cosmetology). AYUSH Ministry, Government of India has identified Unani Dermatology as an area of strength in Unani System of Medicine on the basis of its historically documented work by various learned Unani scholars eg. Bu Ali Seena /AV Seena (980-1037AD), Majusi, Tabri (828-870AD) and Zakaria Razi (841-926AD) etc.
Earlier the teaching in the department was carried out at Under Graduate level only but with Continous efforts of Faculty members and administration, the Department has been sanctioned a P.G course (MD in Amraz-e- Jild wa Tazeeniyat) from the Session 2019-2020 by the Govt. of India. Also Recently central council of Indian Medicine has notified in the Gazette notification, the new name of the Department for its further specialization , by adding Tazeeniyat ( Unani Cosmetology) in place of Amraz-e- Zohrawiya with our department.
Globally Unani System of Medicine has been recognized as an "Evidence based system of medicine". We are continuously doing efforts with modern parameters to evolve formulations, guidelines and principles of treatment in the field of Amraz-e-Jild wa Zohrawiya and Tazeeniyat (Unani Cosmetology) with integrated approach. The work carried out in the field of Amraz-e-Jild wa Zohrawiya by the faculty members is quite satisfactory in the form of publications like reference books, atlas as well as national & international research papers with good impact factor.
In near future we are determined to begin new super specialty clinics for Bars (Vitiligo), Da-us-sadaf (Psoriasis), Eczema, Dermatomycoses (Fungal infection ) and Dermatitis etc. keeping in mind the demographic studies showing the continuous increasing the incidence of these diseases.