Speaking at the inauguration of the Centre for Meditation and Yoga Sciences here on the eve of International Day of Yoga, Kejriwal said, "In these difficult times, people are feeling the need for yoga more than ever.
Yoga can not only help improve immunity in the body but it also helps in recovery post-covid."
The Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences Research University will offer a diploma course in Meditation and Yoga Sciences at the centre, he said.
The one year (three trimester) program currently has 450 yoga instructors under training.
The CM added that by October 2, the yoga instructors will be ready to teach the people of Delhi for free after three months of aggressive training.
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