BAMS Course, Admissions, Eligibility, Procedure And Full Details

BAMS Course, Admissions, Eligibility, Procedure And Full Details

BAMS : It is one of the best ayurvedic degree program (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) to become doctor in ayurveda sector for 12th passed candidates who are interested to make strong career in this field and serve public. The main concepts behind BAMS course is to promote natural ways of treating and healing  diseases. Natural therapies and treatment have gained a lot of attention these days due to the lesser or negligible side effects of ayurvedic medicines. The regulator authorities for BAMS program are CCIM – Central council of indian medicines and AYUSH – which is controlled by government itself. The colleges which are providing admissions for this course should be affiliated to registered university and should be approved by these councils and organizations. The admission is totally based on the score of candidates in the NEET examinations, although some seats are alloted through management quota in some private colleges.

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Few Details About BAMS Course

The duration of this ayurvedic program is of  years and 6 months but the full course is divided into 4 sections – in which 1.5 years are alloted for each semester which contributes to a total of 3 semesters and last one year for internships and training in various medical organizations and research departments.

Course Details And Duration

Course/Semester Duration Description
First SEM 1.5 Modern Anatomy & Physiology, Sanskrit
Second SEM 1.5 Ayurvedic Toxicology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics, Diagnosis
Third SEM 1.5 Modern aspects of medicine, ENT, Panchakarma
Internship 1 1 year of internship in research and pharma sector

Eligibility For BAMS Degree Program

There are some minimum requirements which are needed by colleges for BAMS admission. Below is the list of all details required before the admission process:

  • Candidates should be 10+2 passed with min of 50 % marks in PCM
  • The candidates require a min of 17 years age
  • NEET qualified

Documents For BAMS Admission

  • 10 and 10+2 marksheets
  • Caste certificate
  • Domicile documents
  • 10-12 passport size photographs

BAMS Scope In Future

The candidates who have cleared NEET exam and going pursue BAMS course have a great future ahead, as the ayurveda sector is rapidly going. Many private organizations are working hard in this sector and have setup various companies for the improvement and awareness of natural therapies and medicines.

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