CARI organises workshop on Research Methodolog

The two-day workshop had several dignitaries who enlightened the audience present there

A two-day workshop on Research Methodology was organised by Central Ayurveda Research Institute, (CARI) Guwahati at Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) Guwahati. The workshop began with lighting the lamps and felicitating dignitaries.
Dr Neeta Mahesekar, Director of NEIAH (North Eastern Institute of Ayurveda and Homoeopathy) was the Chief Guest of the ceremony.
Dr Bhabesh Das, former Principal Gauhati Ayurveda College, Dr R. K. Sharma, Principal of Gauhati Ayurveda College, Dr Galib Associate Professor, All India Institute of Ayurveda, New Delhi, Dr Santosh Nair Associate Professor, Department of Samhita Siddhant and Sanskrit Ch. Brahm Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan, New Delhi were the Guests of Honour.
Around 120 participants from different institutes of the Northeastern region have attended the workshop
Dr Dinesh Baruah, Assistant Director in charge of CARI Guwahati addressing the gathering said, "The main objective behind organizing this workshop is to enhance the research skills of young participants so that they can look into different aspects of Ayurveda and its collaborative studies. I hope the workshop has been quite beneficial for them, lectures of stalwarts from various fields have given them a panoramic view of research."
Glimpse of the workshop organized by CARI
Image: Glimpse of the workshop organized by CARI
In the technical sessions, experts spoke about various aspects such as 'Databases and Information Resources', 'Network Pharmacology', ' 'Study design and Hypothesis Testing' etc
Around 120 participants from different institutes of the Northeastern region have attended the workshop.
CARI as an institute, initially started with a Unit of Survey of Medicinal Plants and Clinical Research in the year 1971 and it was upgraded to Regional Research Institute in 1979. The Institute got its name as Central Ayurveda Research Institute on 22nd Dec 2020.



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