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Reverse Innovation and Translational Studies in AYUSH

Ram Harsh Singh.

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The development of a knowledge based society demands newer ideas and innovations for solving the long trailing problems of the society. Repetitions and interventions in conventional work settings have only limited chance to bring about break through changes. Now when society’s problems have become multi pronged on one hand and the socioeconomic structure of the society itself has transformed into a multilayered milieu warranting all research and development activities to adopt an inclusive culture. The inclusive growth can not take place through conventional technology- based enterprise.

Key words: Reverse Innovation,Ayurveda


 
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