Mahila Utkarsha Pratishthan’s Ayurved College

PrivateWashim, Maharashtra
About College

Hon. Bhavanatai Gawli started Mahila Utkarsh Pratishthan on 27 November 1998 with the aim to educate & equalise women so that the society achieve maximum literacy & Stability. Mahila Utkarsh Pratishthan is a parent institute and backbone of our Ayurved College.

At present, Hon. Bhavanatai Gawli has governed as the President of Mahila Utkarsh Pratishthan. Hon. Bhavanatai Gawli is sitting Member of Parliament representing Washim-Yavatmal Loksabha Constituency.

Herbal garden Total Area - 5000 Sq. Mt.

(Around Ayurved College & Hospital) Total No. of Medicinal Plants Species - 263

Total No. of Medicinal Plants - 2153

The students will know every details of more than 300 medicinal plants from their identification up to the products available in market. Medicinal plant Garden & Herbal Museum of Dravyaguna Department is worth to mention. Especially different area-wise plant specimens are arranged in the Departmental Museum or eg. Flora of Rare Himalayan Plants, Flora of Western Ghat, Flora of Keral etc.




Pundlik Nagar, Degaon Tq, Risod Dist.
Washim - 444506
Maharashtra State ( INDIA )
Phone : +91-07251-227512 Fax : 07251-227512
Mobile : +91-9765030176 / 9096675001
Website :
Email : [email protected]

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