Rejoice national ayush awards ceremony held in Delhi - watsupptoday.com
Rejoice national ayush awards ceremony held in Delhi
Posted 18 Nov 2019 04:16 PM

Rejoice national ayush Awards were given in Delhi on Sunday to doctors in recognition of their contribution in the Ayush field. Minister of State (Independent) for Ayush Shripad Yesso Naik who was chief guest at the function gave awards Prof. Vaidya KS Dhiman (MOA) in Ayurveda Dr.I.Y.Basavaraddi (Director-MDNIY, MOA) in Yoga Prof Asim Ali Khan (DG CCRUM, MOA) in Unani and Dr P K Sudhir in Homoeopathy category.

Speaking on the occasion Minister praised the contribution of Rejoice Health Foundation (RHF) for promoting health services in India. " This is tremendously great job that is being done by Dr.Naval and his team for the specially abled children through the application of AYUSH system. And I congratulate them for these efforts" he said.

Naik extended support to foundation in its endeavour to promote Ayush. "It is very much needed to come together for the development and progress of specially abled children in India. Not only Homoeopaty but also through Yoga, Naturopathy and Ayurveda this organization is doing great towards fit india moments started by the Honable Prime Minister Shree Narendra Modi" he said.

MoS for Defence ministry Rama Devi said "I am happy to know that such non profit organization is doing such a nice work for specially abled children. Dr. Naval also want to conduct a separete census to know the exact number of specially abled children. And I assure him from this stage that whatever help he will be needed I will always support him for this noble cause beacsue this is very important to implementation of Government schemes for their development". More than 200 delegates including Doctors from AYUSH stream, dignitaries and epresentative of various universities and associations attended the award ceremony where ‘I LOVE MOM’ Campaign for DIVYANGJAN was launched by the RHF.

The campaign is aimed at promoting the cause of upliftment of especially abled children and creating awareness for Autism, learning disabilities, ADHD, Down syndrome, PDD-NOS and other disabilities prevalent all over the world.



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