This congress was co-sponsored by the WHO, The Bombay University, The Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, Banaras Hindu University, the Aligarh Muslim University & the CCRAS.
The theme of the congress was ‘The Pluralistic Character of Traditional Asian Medicine’. There were 7 parallel sessions covering 375 presentations/papers.
The prestigious ‘Basham Award’ was instituted at this conference and was jointly bestowed upon Prof. Yamada Keji of the Research Institute for Humanistic Studies of Kyoto University, Japan & Dr. G.J.Meulenbeld, retired Prof. of Indology of the University of Groningen, Netherlands for their scholarly work.
Organised on a magnitude never before for the sector, the Third ICTAM was an epoch making event of IASTAM India. Close to 1000 participants, including 200 foreign delegates from 28 countries attended the conference.
The Third ICTAM proved to be a major milestone not only in the history of IASTAM but also in that of the indigenous system of medicine. The III ICTAM was an unqualified success and established the Indian Chapter of IASTAM as a reference point for the academia and the professionals of India.
IASTAM - India
C/o College of Ayurved,
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University,
Dhankawadi, Pune - Satara Road,
Pune - 411043.
+91 20 24373954
All Rights Reserved by IASTAM - India
Designed By Mirackle Solutions