BHOPAL: Sanchi University for Buddhist and Indic Studies will soon launch its programmes at Nagnanda International Centre for Buddhist Studies, Sri Lanka. It was decided in a meeting of executive council of the University, held at the University on Monday.
It was decided that courses in Yoga and Panchkarma, Ayurvedic Nutrition Science, MPhil and PhD in Ayurveda and prevention of diseases through Yoga and Ayurveda will be launched.
It was also decided to run PG Diploma and MA courses in Buddhist-Ayurvedic Psychology. The executive council approved running six monthly courses on Su-Jok therapy. It was also decided to conduct seminars, workshops and meetings of core group on acupuncture technique of Su-Jok therapy. The executive council also granted permission to launch one-year diploma course in Chinese and also to collaborate with Indic Academy to promote Sanskrit language.