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Welcome to SCRI

Asst.Director incharge's Desk

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Siddha Central Research Institute (SCRI) is the pioneer institute for research established in the year 1971 to spin in all spheres of Siddha Research such as Clinical Research, Drug Development and Literary research.

It is governed by Institutional Human Ethics Commitee, Institutional Animal Ethics Commitee and having adequate infrastructure and various departments like Clinical research, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Pharmacology, Literary research and
Pharmacy.

This institute has been identified and is in the process of upgrading itself to centre of excellence for Clinical research and methodology.

This institute is located in the campus of Arignar Anna Government Hospital of Indian Systems of medicine at Arumbakkam, Chennai.

This institute is instrumental in getting the Patent for Psoriasis and is a referral centre for Psoraisis. Recently this institute has published a patent for Poly herbal drug D5 Chooranam useful for newly detected Type 2 Diabetes.

This institute is offering speciality health services for Elderly on every Tuesday, Diabetic Special OPD services on every monday and Varmam OPD on all days.

Research Activities

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SCRI is a reputed Siddha research institute and is a referral hospital for Psoriasis. Under clinical research, drug trials are conducted for treating diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, peptic ulcer, infective hepatitis, diabetes, osteoarthritis and psoriasis. These clinical trials are monitored by the institutional ethical committee.

Siddhars

Persons who have accomplished spiritual perfection are called Siddhars. The southern part of India gave birth to great saints in the distant past and they had great achievements in different fields of art and science. Siddha Vaidya is the longest living medical system in the world..
Latest News

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Walk-in Interview for various posts required in RRDR project will be held on 07.10.2021 at 10.30 a.m. in Siddha Central Research Institute, Anna Govt. Hospital campus, Arumbakkam, Chennai.

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Based on the performance of the candidates in Virtual/Personal Interview held on 25.08.2021, the following list of candidates are selected for the post of JRF(Pharmacology) in the IMR projects.

1. “Toxicity studies of Nathaichoori Chooranam” - Shri.Gnanasekaran.S
2. “Hepatoprotective activity of Flueggea virosa against D-Galactosamine induced liver damage in rats” - Ms.Shahana Ahamad.A


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To create awareness about Pharmacovigilance among all stakeholders like Doctors, Faculty, Research scholars, Medical Students, AYUSH practitioners, and the public, Siddha Central Research Institute exclusively published the Pharmacovigilance ebook in the regional language (Tamil) Titled “மருத்துவ கண்காணிப்பு முறைமையும் சித்தமருத்துவமும் (Maruthuva Kankaanippu Muraimaiyum Siddha Maruthuvamum)”.

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Take Pledge for "JAN ANDOLAN for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour"


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Based on the performance of the candidates in the Personal Interview held on 12th Mar 2021, the following candidate is selected for the Post of RA(Siddha) in the IMR Project.

1. Dr. B.K. Priya


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Based on the performance of the candidates in the Virtual / Personal Interview held on 5th Jan 2021, the following candidate is selected for the Post of SRF(Pharmacology) in the IMR Project.

1. Smt. B. Ramadevi


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Based on the performance of the candidates in the Virtual / Personal Interview held on 5th Jan 2021, the following candidate is selected for the Post of JRF(Pharmacology) in the IMR Project.

1. Smt. M. Swetha


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National Webinar on Trending Technologies and COVID Mitigation – Siddha Central Research Institute, Chennai on 01-01-2021 at 11AM.

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Metadata on Varmam books published by Dr. T. Mohanraj


Pharmacovigilance

Reporting form for Suspected Adverse reactions for Siddha Drugs

Achievements

Christmas Gift

Patents

A Patent has been obtained for Diabetic drug D5... more