Dr Tarkeshwar Jain, developer of Kenbo software, born on 7th December 1969 at Bikaner, a small town of Rajasthan state of India.
Tarkeshwar took his primary education at Jaipur, popularly known as the pink city of India. He completed his Masters degree in Homoeopathy from Dr M P K Homoeopathic Medical College, Jaipur.
He was awarded a gold medal for ranking first in his class for all homoeopathy courses. Before that, he studied in an internationally respected management institute of India where he obtained the degree of MBA in Marketing and sales Management. At present he is the Associate Professor in the department of Materia Medica in M. P. K. Homoeopathic Medical College, Jaipur, India.
He teaches materia medica to undergraduate and post-graduate students of homoeopathy, and offers clinical education to many post-graduate students in the college's out-patient and in-patient departments.
Tarkeshwar has used many types of homoeopathic software since the beginning of homoeopathic practice. His interest to homoeopathy inspired him to develop a unique homoeopathic software namely KENBO. Kenbo integrates the theoretical approaches of both Kent and Boenninghausen, and inspires the user to follow the rules of perfect case taking and work as an expert system.
The entire case-taking is done within the software itself, and the case is analysed automatically. The program detects the miasm and creates a repertorial syndrome of the case, with the help of auto-analyzing tools built in to the software. Follow-up of case is also managed by software.
Kenbo software is now used in many countries, and has received warm applause from the homoeopathic fraternity. Archibel of Belgium is now integrating the software into RADAR, so that the Synthesis repertory can be used by the homeopath in a similar pattern.
Tarkeshwar is taking regular seminars in India, Spain, America and South Africa. He is also associated with Dr Reckeweg and Co, Germany for their product training.