- To provide cost effective and equitable AYUSH health care.
- To revitalize and strengthen the AYUSH systems
- To improve educational institutions capable of imparting quality AYUSH education
- To promote the adoption of Quality standards of AYUSH drugs and making available
the sustained supply of AYUSH raw-materials.
Beneficiaries – Patients due to low cost medicine and increased access. Components of the Mission –
Mandatory Components (80% of the Resource pool)
- AYUSH Services
- Ayush Educational institutions
- Quality control of ASU &H Drugs
- Medicinal Plants
Flexible components (20% of resource pool)
- Ayush Wellness centres including yoga & Naturopathy
- IEC activities
- Sports Medicine through AYUSH
- Innovations in AYUSH including Public Private Partnership
- Interest subsidy component for Private AYUSH educational Institutions
- Reimbursement of Testing charges
- Research & Development in areas related to Medicinal Plants
- Market Promotion, Market intelligence & buy back interventions
- Crop Insurance for Medicinal Plants
- Voluntary certification scheme: Project based.
The resource allocation to the States/UTs is proposed on the basis of population, backwardness and performance of the State/UT.
Dedicated MIS monitoring and evaluation cell would be established at Centre/State level.
Grant-in Aid will be transferred through treasury route to State Governments which in turn will transfer the funds to the State AYUSH Society along with State Share