Best BHMS colleges: Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute, Govt. Homeopathic Medical College, Calicut, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College, Mangalore, National Institute of Homoeopathy, Kolkata, Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College, Delhi
Best PG colleges: NIH-Kolkata, Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute, Nehru Homeopathic Medical College-Delhi, Government Homeopathic Medical College-Thiruvananthapuram
India, a homeopathy hub
With India being the super hub of largest number of homeopaths (over 5 lakhs) in the world, homeopathy is fast being viewed as a mainstream form of treatment in India and the world today. Homeopathy market is likely to grow 30 percent annually and reach a size of Rs. 4,600 crore as the number of takers is growing fast within and outside India.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) homeopathy is the second largest system of medicine in the world. It can be an effective alternative treatment for chronic occurrences like allergies, skin diseases, chronic gastritis, sinusitis and migraine and many more.
“The armoury of homeopathic drugs is very huge. Allopaths still prescribe a list of less than 200 drugs, whereas homeopaths have to deal with 4000 drugs”
Dr. Manish Bhatia
Founder Director of Hpathy.com
“I have treated Leukaemia patient who was put on a ventilator. Homeopathy medicine worked well with allopathy medicines”
Dr. Rahul Tewari,
Private Practitioner, Delhi
“Two specialisations, paediatrics and psychiatry, have gained popularity among students” –
Asst. Prof Dr. Mansoor Ali K R
Govt. Homeopathic Medical College, Calicut,
Dr Valavan Manager – Scientific Affairs, Schwabe India
Schwabe is the only MNC operating in the field of homoeopathic manufacturing. It entered India when the demand for its products shot up. Dr Valavan reviews the expansion and job outlook .
Research is also an option
Researchers are involved in three kinds of work – fundamental research, clinical research and drug proving. “I work on fundamental research where I focus on collaborative research projects with institutes like IITs, AIIMS. I design protocols and review them,” says Dr. Saurav Arora, Senior Research Fellow at CCRH. Dr. Mansoor feels doing private practice is more lucrative than any other job. Running your clinic may not give revenue immediately, but it has more potential for the growth. With decent personal set-up and experience one can earn between Rs. 20,000 to 50,000 per month. However, there is no limitation once the doctor builds reputation in the market. “Clinical practise has its own charm. It’s a different pleasure to meet patients and cure them. Whereas in research you can explore a lot but you have a limited clinical contact,” concludes Arora.
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