A. Ayurveda should be declared as national therapy.
B. Proper separate budget allotment at central and state level.
C. Similarity in central and state government services for Ayurvedic academicians, professionals, research scholars and medical officers. Similarity in the selection of students.
D. Separate Ayurveda ministry, directorate and university at central as well as state level.
E. Establishment of new Ayurvedic Colleges in and research centers unrepresented areas.
F. All teaching institutions must be associated and guided by university grant commission.
G. The disparities with reference to financial and social status of teaching faculties, medical officers and students etc. must be eradicated.