GCTM will be formed in Jamnagar at the cost of crores, find out what is special

By | April 19, 2022
GCTM will be formed in Jamnagar at the cost of crores, find out what is special
What is so special about GCTM?
 The world’s first Global Traditional Medicine Center
 Center near Gordhanpar village on Khambhaliya highway from Jamnagar
 The Global Traditional Medicine Center will be built on 35 acres of land
 The Global Traditional Medicine Center will be built at a cost of 250 billion
 In addition to India, research will be conducted on traditional medicine from 138 countries
 Will be ready in 2024 by becoming a Global Traditional Medicine Center
 WHO has a big role to play in building the Global Traditional Medicine Center
 The Global Traditional Medicine Center will be affiliated with WHO
 The Global Traditional Medicine Center will be overseen by WHO
 Provides leadership to global health issues related to traditional medicine
 The quality, safety and efficacy of medicines will be ensured
 The WHO’s Global Center for Traditional Medicine is about to close
 WHO’s Global Center for Traditional Medicine will be inaugurated in Jamnagar.  Bhumi Pujan will be performed by PM Modi today.  The center will be run in collaboration with the Central Government and WHO.  The center will be built on 35 acres of land at a cost of 250 250 million.  This center will be the first center in the world to manufacture Ayurvedic medicines on a traditional basis.  The research of traditional medicine will benefit 180 countries. The work of the center is planned to be completed by the year 2024.
The Director General of WHO will be present
 Preparations are underway for the closing of the Global Center for Traditional Medicine.  Two special domes have been specially designed for this purpose.  About 2 thousand people will participate in the Khat Muhurat program.  Apart from PM Modi, WHO Director General Dr. Tredros will also be present at the event.  Also present will be Mauritius PM Pravind Jugnath.  Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia and Union Minister for AYUSH Sarvan Sonowal will also be present.
 India will have a new identity in the medical field in the world
 The establishment of the world’s first WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine in India was announced by the WHO in 2020.  This time the central government has given Rs 3050 crore to the Ministry of AYUSH.  It will be the world’s first and only WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine, especially Ayurveda.  The direct effect of this will be seen in the promotion of traditional medicine in the country as well as in the investment in it.  This will not only make Ayurveda a good medical option, but will also make India its own special identity in the global medical field.
 The center was announced to be built in 2020
 It is pertinent to note that a recent Cabinet meeting decided to start WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar, Gujarat. In 2020, the World Health Organization announced the establishment of Global Center for Traditional Medicine in India.  Launched in Jamnagar, the center will be the first in the world to manufacture Ayurvedic medicines on a traditional basis.
 Traditional medicines will be made in Jamnagar
 For this, an agreement has been signed between the World Health Organization and the Government of India.  The official statement said that the opening of the Global Center for Traditional Medicine in Jamnagar and other initiatives would go a long way in helping India to develop traditional medicines.
 People will find traditional medicines
 The Global Traditional Medicine Center to be set up in Jamnagar will be the first of its kind in the world to manufacture traditional medicines and provide affordable medicines to the people.
 Will be the world’s first traditional medicine center
 The establishment of the world’s first WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine in India was announced by the WHO in 2020.  This time the central government has given Rs 3050 crore to the Ministry of AYUSH.  It will be the world’s first and only WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine, especially Ayurveda.  The direct effect of this will be seen in the promotion of traditional medicine in the country as well as in the investment in it.  This will not only make Ayurveda a good medical option, but will also make India its own special identity in the global medical field.
 PM Modi lauded the contribution of the royal family
 Circumstances are such that the office space has been allotted to the WHO next to the dispensary of Jam Juansinhji of the royal family of GCET in Jamnagar.  The Prime Minister also paid a courtesy call on Rajvi Jam Shatrushailyasinhji of Jamnagar before the ground breaking ceremony and talked for 15 minutes and lauded the contribution of the royal family in the construction of Ayurveda University.

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