BITS Edu Campus is in forefront of higher technological education and basic & applied research. Established in 2004, this prettiest campus of the region is home to BITS Institute of Technology, Institute of Pharmacy, Institute of Physiotherapy and Krishna Ayurved Medical College, Vadodara. We are internationally accredited institutes (rating: A+++ by IAO, USA) with nearly 268 faculty, 4200 students and 90 administrative & supporting staff. It is a self-contained campus located in lush green land in the heart of Gujarat besides National Highway 8. It has established itself as a premier center for research and industrial consultancy in the country. There are six post graduate specialization department equipped with 26 educational and research laboratories performing diverse functions learning in harmony. The presence of internationally recognized faculty backed by exemplary technical & supporting staff and an effective administration have all contributed to the achievements of alumni successfully established all over the world. The receipt of award of The Best Engineering College of Gujarat for 2012 is one of the ongoing recognition and appreciation of these valiant efforts for all round development.
Ayurveda, the perfect science or knowledge of life is believed to be the oldest method of treatment for human diseases, evolved around 600 BC in India. The word ‘Ayurveda’ combines two words ‘Ayus’ and Veda; ‘Ayus’ means life whereas Veda means (sacred) knowledge. Ayurveda is attributed to lord Dhanvantari, who as physician treated Gods as per Hindu mythology, even before 4000 BC. It provides an alternative or complementary medicine to allopathy practices. In the western word, Ayurveda therapies and practices (which are manifold) have been integrated in general wellness applications. It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body and soul. When the balance is disrupted, the decease occurs. Ayurveda practice emphasizes that prevention is better than cure. Ayurveda practiced by special physicians are called ‘Vaidyas’.
Matrusri Davalba Ayurved Hospital, a 60-bedded hospital having 7 specialty clinics equipped with modern infrastructure and competent Ayurveda practitioners from various specialties. Being situated beside National Highway and accessible by patients from neighboring 12 villages, the hospital has an average daily Out-patient census of 130 patients and In-patient bed occupancy of 45 patients.