The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah, has inaugurated a stall of Dawakhana Tibbiya College, AMU at the India International Trade Fair, New Delhi.
Speaking on the occasion, Lt. Gen. Shah said this initiative of Dawakhana Tibbiya College will help it reach the national and international market with its Unani medicines. He said the world is fast turning towards alternative medicine, including the Unani and Ayurveda medicine systems.
The Vice Chancellor said the Dawakhana Tibbiya College has for the first time organised its stall at the Trade Fair and its presence on this platform is poised to give a tough competition to other Unani medicine producers.
The General Manager of Dawakhana Tibbiya College, Arshad Muneer, said the Dawakhana will soon transform packaging of its medicines and make them professionally sound from all aspects.
He said the Dawakhana will also participate in World Ayurveda Congress “Arogya” which is scheduled to be held in Kolkata on December 1-4, 2016.
He said an All India Dealers’ Meet will also be organised in May 2017.
Prof. Tafseer Ali, Member in-charge, Dawakhana and Taufeeq Ahmad, Marketing Manager, along with the marketing team, were also present on this occasion, said the university in its press release.