The PGIIM serves as an educational institute, primarily responsible for supplying specialists in major specialties of Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani. It is attached to the University of Colombo and collaborates with the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Higher Education. The Chief Executive Officer of the PGIIM is the Director of the Institute, and the Board of Management plays a crucial role in overseeing necessary actions. Academic decisions are made by the Board of Studies and the specialty boards. There are no of committees to take decision for the relevant area.

The PGIIM runs various programs in Ayurveda, including MD programs in Ayurveda Kaumarabrithya, Kayachikitsa, Prasutithanthra, Shalyatantra, and Swasthavritta, each with Board Certification. Additionally, there is an MD program in Unani Illmul Advia with Board Certification. The institute has mentioned that there are pending programs to be approved in Siddha, Ayurveda, and Unani, along with some PG Diplomas of the Indigenous medicine sector. Our vision revolves around creating a nurturing environment that fosters academic excellence, research, and the holistic development of our students.

The main infrastructure of PGIIM is designed to facilitate a conducive learning environment. The library, reading area, lecture hall, and a boardroom are integral components that contribute to the overall academic experience at PGIIM.

PGIIM is resolutely moving forward, guided by a clear vision and purpose. Our focus is on aligning our efforts with the objectives of the nation, addressing the specific needs of the indigenous sector. We aim to be a prominent institution that not only imparts education but also plays a pivotal role in research, innovation, and community engagement. We are committed to providing a platform for our students to excel, contribute meaningfully to the sector, and ultimately, become leaders in the field of Indigenous medicine.

We invite you to stay connected with PGIIM as we embark on this exciting journey of growth, achievement, and contribution to the field of Indigenous medicine.