The centre also has a Naturopathy and Homoeopathy wing, as well as the counselling clinic.
“As problems of the mind and body are interconnected, they need to be dealt with in a holistic manner by the expertise of the physicians, naturopaths and counsellors. In addition to free consultation, the practice of yoga and acupressure techniques is also used at the centre,” said Sahare.
Specialised doctors have been appointed to provide homeopathy and naturopathy treatment to the varsity’s female students and employees. The counsellors interact with patients in a separate room to make them comfortable with the complaints they have.
The centre has been getting calls from students in Delhi NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh.
While the homeopathy element addresses ailments like coughs and colds, hair loss, eye infections, and migraine, naturopathy considers health problems through acupressure, yoga, and colour therapy, as well as diet regulation and planning.
Homeopathy centre is gaining in popularity. While 27 people visited it in March 2014, the number went up to 152 in January 2016.