♦ Ayurveda Dataset on Clinical Trial Registry of India (CTRI): The CTRI is a primary Clinical Trials Registry under the WHO’s International Clinical Trials Registry Platform. The creation of an Ayurveda Dataset in CTRI makes it easier to use Ayurvedic terminologies to record clinical studies based on Ayurvedic interventions. This will increase the global visibility of Ayurveda-based clinical trials.
♦ CCRAS-RMIS: Research Management Information System is a one-stop solution for Ayurveda-based research and development. The portal provides free reference material, research tools, and clinical and scientific advice. It was created in collaboration with the Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS) and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
♦ E-Medha (electronic Medical Heritage Accession) Portal: NIC’s e-granthalaya platform provides online public access to a catalogue of over 12000 Indian medical heritage books.
♦ AMAR (Ayush Manuscripts Advanced Repository) Portal: It has digitised information on rare and difficult-to-find manuscripts and catalogues of Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha, and Sowa Rigpa in libraries or individual collections in India or otherparts in the world
♦ SHAI (Showcase of Ayurveda Historical Imprints) Portal: It displays inscriptions, archaeobotanical data, sculptures, philological sources, and advanced archaeo-genetic research.