A Full Form of Ayush
There is no credible efficacy or scientific basis for any of these treatments.  With an extremely deficient health infrastructure, the role of the AYUSH system in the delivery of health services in rural India is palpable. Severely inadequate health workers in rural India are vastly replenished by AYUSH doctors and paramedics. Many therapies are used in various forms to treat health problems in the community that are safe and effective. Many of the principles described in the classical texts of Ayurveda and other systems of medicine such as yoga and naturopathy are applied and many of them are proposed in the implementation and planning of state programs (PIP). This scenario is not the same in all states, as health is a government issue in India. This problem needs to be solved for the effective implementation of the integration of AYUSH and the revival of the local health tradition in a more homogeneous way throughout the country. Biomedicine, based on experimental concepts, has brought innovation with consistent research and updating of knowledge. For this reason, there is remarkable information about the causality of diseases, their course, prognosis, diagnosis, treatment of diseases, etc. Most of the infectious diseases that were the main cause of high mortality are now defeated. The management of high-risk cases, surgical procedures, etc. has brought miracles to the health sector.
However, the incidence of noncommunicable diseases is increasing. AYUSH drugs that fall into the category of experienced drugs are inexpensive, known for their safety concerns and proven. AYUSH drugs are often used as a standalone option or as a supplement to biomedicine for long-term diseases. Therefore, the relevance of AYUSH has now increased due to this paradigm shift in the healthcare sector. Given this fact, the government promotes a pluralistic approach to health care, in which any medical system is allowed to develop on the basis of its obvious strength. As the paper focuses on the role of the AYUSH system with particular reference to NRHM, a discussion on the integration of AYUSH and the revival of local health traditions is very important. The AYUSH integration concept was an idea of the 9th Five-Year Plan before it was actually implemented in the country by NRHM in 2005.  As a result, AYUSH physicians are located in various health facilities such as primary health center (PHC), community health center (CHC), sub-district hospital, and district hospital (DH). AYUSH facilities were established in 468 DH, 2483 CHC and 8520 PHC as of 31.03.2012. Approximately 76.3% of DHs, 51.6% of CHCs and 35.7% of SSPs have been merged with AYUSH facilities at this time. As of 31.03.2012, there were 1,0439 AYUSH doctors and 4146 paramedical employees working in India. In the state of Bihar, a maximum of 1386 doctors have been appointed, while in Orissa and Rajasthan, 1237 and 1013 AYUSH doctors have been appointed, respectively.
Delhi and Jharkhand are the only two states where AYUSH doctors have not been appointed. In the case of paramedics, Andhra Pradesh is the state where a maximum of 1500 people have been appointed by AYUSH paramedics.