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History of Santhan

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IGNOU Courses at Chail Community College, Pritamnagar, Allahabad 

It was decided by IGNOU that in the session commencing Jan 11, enrollment at Chail Community College will be done only for the six months certificate course in acupressure. Accordingly, 426 students were enrolled for the certificate course.  

Eighth 17 Days Advanced Level Residential Training, Allahabad: 3 – 19 Sep 11  

The eighth advanced level 17 days residential training course was conducted by the Sansthan at Kunj Bihari Dharmshala, Allahabad from 3 to 19 Sep 11. 89 trainees from 17 states including few local students were enrolled. Out station students were accommodated at the dharmshala. Training was inaugurated by Shri Malkiat Singh, IPS, chairman UP Staff Selection Commission on 3 Sep 11. Sansthan vice president (general), Shri Shyam Sundar Saraf was the chief coordinator. Classes were conducted by a team of lecturers from the Sansthan including Sansthan president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka and senior vice president Shri J.P. Agarwal. A cultural programme was presented by the students on the evening of 18 Sep 11. All trainees were taken on a sight sighing tour of local places on the same day.

Trainees of advanced level 17 days residential training: 3 – 9 Sep 11 along with Sansthan officials

Thirteenth National Acupressure Conference cum Super Advance Training at Allahabad:  23 – 29 Dec 2011

 Thirteenth national acupressure conference cum super advance training was organized at Allahabad from 23 to 29 Dec 2011 at Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Mandapam hall. Justice S. Rafat Alam, Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court was the chief guest at the opening ceremony. Justice V. K. Chaturvedi presided over the function. Shri K. C. Goel coordinated the event. 522 delegates attended the event.

Three books written by various authors were released on the occasion. These books were: 

  • ‘A Treatise on Advance Acupuncture/Acupressure Part XVIX – Specialized Treatment of Difficult & Common Diseases’ authored by Sansthan president Shri Mata Prasad Khemka. 
  • Urdu version of ‘Agnivesh Ayurvedic Acupressure’ authored by Sansthan director Shri J. P. Agrawal, 
  • Chinese Acupressure Treatment Hand Book, Volume I.

A number of research papers were read out at the conference. The highlight of the conference was a discussion on ECG conducted by Dr. Brijendra Kumar Pandey, eminent cardiologist from Sanjay Gandhi Post graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow. Shri M. P. Khemka, Shri J.P. Agarwal,  Shri M.B. Tripathi and Shri A.K. Dwivedi, Kumari Parul Agrawal conducted the training classes. The main highlight of the training was the teaching of Ayurvedic chakras based upon hands and fingers. Shri Mukesh Kumar Meshram IAS, Commissioner Allahabd Division and Shri B. P. Jogdand IPS, IG Allahabad Zone graced the occasion at the closing ceremony.

Justice S. Rafat Alam, Chief Justice of Alld High Court  inaugurating the thirteenth acupressure national conference Chief Justice of Alld High Court addressing the august  gathering at the thirteenth national conference by lighting the ceremonial lamp
A view of the distinguished guests at the opening Ceremony of thirteenth national conference A section view of lady delegates at the conference taking oath on the opening day. Lady delegates registered their presence in overwhelming numbers as evident in the picture
Chief Justice of Allahabd High Court releasing the book  ‘Treatise XVIX’ authored by Shri M. P. Khemka Shri B. P. Jogdand IPS, IG Allahabd Zone at the closing   ceremony along with Sansthan president Shri M. P. Khemka

Shri Sudama Singh Passes Away: 29 Dec 11

The year ended on a sad note with the passing away of one of the most sincere and dedicated members of the Sansthan, Shri Sudama Singh. Born on 2 Jan 1924; at the grand old age of eighty eight, Shri Singh was the oldest active member of the Sansthan. Yet, he displayed tremendous youthful energy, to the sheer envy of young and the old. Shri Singh whole heartedly devoted himself to the cause of the Sansthan and untiringly worked for its betterment.  He bore the onerous responsibility of the Sansthan registration counter with great zeal and enthusiasm. He set an example for others to follow through his disciplined work culture and humbleness. Shri Singh leaves behind him a void which will be very difficult to fill. We will always miss his noble presence. May his soul rest in eternal peace!

Basic Training at Allahabad during 2011

During the year, five basic training programmes in Chinese acupressure & five programmes in Ayurvedic acupressure were conducted by the Sansthan. A combined Chinese and ayurvedic basic acupressure training was conducted during Dec. 

Outstation Training Camps during 2011 

During the year, basic acupressure training camps were organized by the Sansthan at Kanpur, Mumbai & Bhopal. Six acupressure awareness programmes were conducted at Allahabad & surrounding rural areas & one programme at NTPC Lucknow. 

Free Treatment Camps during 2011 

A free treatment camp was organized by the Sansthan during the year at Kanpur. Two such camps were organized at the annual Magh Mela, Allahabad. A treatment cum awareness camp was organized at Bhagalpur. 

Outstation Training Cum Free Treatment Camps during 2011 

During the year, basic acupressure cum free treatment camps were organized at Khutauna (Madhubani - Bihar), NTPC Lucknow & Bangalore (two camps).

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