SATYAM - Science And Technology Of Yoga & Meditation
Post on 16,November 2015   4:00 AM
By - PolyEyes Staff
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A new programme called SATYAM has been launched by the Ministry of Science & Technology

AIM: to strengthen the research in the areas of yoga and meditation.

Main objective of the programmes : To harness knowledge obtained in academic institutions and other related agencies for funding science & Technology led solutions that would enable govt to cope with stress and strain associated with fast changing social, economic, environmental and professional circumstances.   

The programme will encourage research in two major thematic areas.

  • Investigations on the effect of yoga and meditation on physical and mental health.
  • Investigations on the effect of Yoga and meditation on the body, brain and mind in terms of basic accessing therein.

Research under SATYAM will seek to identify various issues and challenges related to human well-being and address them.

Significance: Given the ever-increasing prevalence of physical and mental health problems, the holistic approach of yoga and meditation is believed to have the potential to find beneficial treatment that relatively safer & more cost-effective. 


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