June 21st International Day of YOGA

धैर्यं यस्य पिता क्षमा च जननी शान्तिश्चिरं गेहिनी
सत्यं सूनुरयं दया च भगिनी भ्राता मनः संयमः।
शय्या भूमितलं दिशोSपि वसनं ज्ञानामृतं भोजनं
एते यस्य कुटिम्बिनः वद सखे कस्माद् भयं योगिनः।।

Meaning that by regularly practising Yoga, a person can imbibe some very good qualities like courage which protects like a father, forgiveness as possessed by a mother & mental peace which becomes a permanent friend. Through regular practise of Yoga truth becomes our child, mercy our sister, self-control our brother, the earth becomes our bed & knowledge satiates our hunger.
Prof. T G Sitharam, Chairman,
All India Council for Technical Education


1. Promoting healthy and sustainable policies and planning throughout the Higher Educational Institutions 2. Providing healthy working environments 3. Offering healthy and supportive social environments 4. Establishing and improving primary health care 5. Facilitating personal and social development 6. Ensuring a healthy and sustainable physical environment 7. Encouraging wider academic interest and developments in health promotion 8. Developing links with the community


Our Students enjoy a very high level of health; for them healthy lifestyle, practices & wellness is a way of life


An sustainable environment that is enabling for physical, mental, social, emotional and intellectual well-being of students and staff (adapted fromThe Okanagan Charter)


  • Dhanurasanaa
  • Halasanaa
  • Hanumanasana
  • Sirsasana
  • Marjariasana
  • Paschimottanasana
  • Ushtrasanaa


  • Annuomvilom
  • Bhastrika
  • Brahmari
  • Kapalbhati
  • Ujjayi
  • Sheetali
  • Surya_Bheda
Courtesy - Yogic Way of Life

Course on YOGA by IIT Bombay

“To manage or lead minds of others a manager needs to manage his or her own mind. Managing mind which can also be termed as managing ‘self’ requires systematic reflection on ‘self’. The course is weaved around the methods of strengthening of physical, emotional, intellectual aspects of ‘self’ based on the principles and practices of Yoga and Positive Psychology.

Courtesy - IIT Bombay

"Y-Break" Yoga Protocol App by Ministry of AYUSH

“Ministry of AYUSH has launched the ‘Y-Break’ Yoga protocol App. Y-Break is a five-minute Yoga protocol, especially designed for working professionals to de-stress, refresh and re-focus at their workplace to increase their productivity, consists of Asanas, Pranayam and Dhyana. The Yoga protocol in the Y-Break application comprises of a few simple Yogic practices as follows:

  • Tadasana- Urdhva-hastottanasana- Tadasana
  • Skandha chakra- Uttanamandukasana– Kati Chakrasana
  • Ardhachakrasana, PrasaritaPadottanasana- Deep Breathing
  • Nadishodhana Pranayama
  • Bhramari Pranayama- Dhyana
Courtesy - Ministry of AYUSH