TDU is a university that facilitates trans-disciplinary innovation and education. It has a stimulating learning environment in a multifaceted community of researchers, faculty and students. TDU believes in designing quality experiential education programs in conservation science, life sciences, and health sciences focused on the interface of Ayurveda and modern sciences to postgraduates, graduates, community health workers and laypersons. While most of our courses are taught in English, our community courses are taught in local languages.
Our faculty are drawn from geographies across the country and abroad. All of them are actively involved in research, institutional capacity building, teaching, outreach and advisory services. Most teaching takes place in small groups of students, and with a low student to staff ratio.
The community at TDU offers an excellent learning environment both inside and outside the classroom, in which students can gain from each other’s diverse experience. As a student at TDU, you will find that no single perspective or ideology dominates and that you will be a part of a very special integrative, multifaceted research community.