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Statement of Philosophy

Council of Alternative Systems of Medicines (CASM) firmly believes that any one in the World to be deserve the opportunity to receive the highest quality of health care, with the broadest range of care options. 

Council of Alternative Systems of Medicines(CASM)

Mission Statement

Council of Alternative Systems of Medicines(CASM) is a professional organisation and the institution of higher education in the India with a curriculum of intergration of various Alternative and Complementary therapies modalities.

 

Council of Alternative Systems of Medicines(CASM)

Education Strategy, Goals and Objectives

With a view of developing interdisciplinary studies,the council operates through Department of studies. Each Department is headed by a director who arranges to plan, supervise, develop and organise its academic programs and courses in co-ordination with the department staff and the different academic,admistrative and service wings of the council. The emphasis is on providing a wide choice of courses at different level.

Council of Alternative Systems of Medicines(CASM)

Academic Programs

Most of these programs have been developed after initial survey of the demand for such studies.They are launched with a view to fulfill the students need for.Learning materials are prepared for the course by teams of experts drawn from conventional universities, medical institutions and professionals from all over the country and in-house faculty.

The Scope of Academic Curriculum

The curriculum is structured to provide students the knowledge and skills required to (1) meet the entry requirements of the professions of integrative health science, ((2) conduct statistical and appropriate research to evaluate the effectiveness of alternative and complementary health treatments.

The CASM curriculum is comprehensive. It contains course that provide each student a thorough knowledge of complementary medicines and the skills to apply that Knowledge prescriptively in the treatment of patients. The course content, grounded in Vis Mediatrix naturae, is ingrained in the student through meticulous discussions and clarifications, and the practical skills are mastered by rigorous and repetitive practices under expert supervision.

Additionally, the curriculum is structured for courses to be taken in a logical and sequential order, This ensures that students complete subject matter prerequisite to pursuing an advanced level of the subject.

Students are expected to prepare for classes, which are offered monthly in an intensive weekend format. Instructors assign reading materials or exercises to perform before attending lectures, experiments, or observations. On occasion students are required to prepare individual or group presentations to enhance their learning and that of their classmates.

Comparative studies are a common mode of instruction. Learning from the practices, theories and research of others is vital in the health professions.

Students are required to study and compare methods they are taught with those performed and/or presented in medical health science literature. Group assignments help to make review an analysis of previous instruction more meaningful.

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Important Notice

 

We are glad to inform everyone that CASM networks are being modernised and updated with the latest technology. However as a result, our communication systems including the current telephone lines and emails are jammed and will be resolved shortly. 

Many of our telephone lines may not be working and/or emails may be responded slowly. However, our team is working very hard to return the situation to normalcy.

We request all students to not panic if they cannot get through the telephones and/or emails are responded late. 

The systems are being updated for us to be able to provide you better services in the future(Today's Pain is Tomorrow's Gain). We thank you for your co-operation.

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