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Career Scope of BAMS courses in India in 2024

This blog is written with the purpose of exploring the opportunities for students aspiring for BAMS course admission in 2024 in India. The BAMS course admission requires candidates to appear in the NEET examination.

Career Scope of BAMS courses in India in 2024
Home > Blogs > Career Scope of BAMS courses in India in 2024

    This blog is written to explore the opportunities for students aspiring for BAMS course admission in 2024 in India.

    The BAMS course admission requires candidates to appear in the NEET examination. 

    Eligibility for Admission to Ayurvedic Courses

    The eligibility criteria to get admission to Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) is Class XII preferably in Sanskrit or in Ayurvedic group-Sanskrit, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology from any recognised board or university. 

    The Ministry of Education (MoE), Government of India (GOI) has established the National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct tests to assess the competency of candidates for admission to higher education institutions.

    National Eligibility cum Entrance Test [ NEET (UG)] is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission to undergraduate medical education in all medical institutions. 

    As per the provisions of Section 14 of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine Act, 2020, a uniform NEET (UG) is mandatory for admission to undergraduate courses in each of the disciplines i.e. BAMS, BUMS, and BSMS courses of the Indian System of Medicine.

    NEET (UG) is also applicable to admission to BHMS courses as per the National Commission for Homeopathy Act, 2020 & for shortlisting candidates for selection to the four-year BSc Nursing course conducted at Armed Forces Medical Service Hospitals.

    The Indian Medicine Central Council Act, of 1970 was repealed on 11.06.2021, and the Central Council of Indian Medicine constituted under sub-section 

    (1) section 3 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 was dissolved. Under the provisions of section 59 

    (2) of the NCISM Act 2020, the Central Government constituted the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine(NCISM) and four autonomous boards on 11.06.2021. 

    Likewise, the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973 was repealed on 05.07.2021 and the Central Council of Homoeopathy constituted under sub-section 

    (1) section 3 of the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973 was dissolved. The National Commission for Homeopathy (NCH) and its autonomous Boards were constituted as per the provisions of 

    The National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020.

    The National Commission For Indian System Of Medicine, a statutory body has been constituted under the NCISM Act, 2020 vide gazette notification extraordinary part (ii) section 3(ii) dated 21.09.2020.

    The National Commission For Indian System Of Medicine ensures the availability of adequate and high-quality medical professionals of Indian System of Medicine in the disciplines- Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha & Sawa Riga.

    The National Commission For Indian System Of Medicine also promotes national health goals so as to encourage medical professionals to adopt the latest medical research in their work and to contribute to research.

    The scope of the Indian System of Medicine: 

    Ayurveda

    The meaning of the Sanskrit word ‘Ayurveda’ is the science of life.  Rishi Dhanvantari is worshipped as the God of Ayurveda.

    Unani

    Unani medicine is largely practised in Iran and Iraq and is based on the principles of Graeco-Arabic medicine. Hippocrates, a Greek physician and Galen, a Roman physician & Arabian and Persian physicians, such as Rhazes (al-Razi), Avicenna (Ibn Sena), Al-Zahrawi, and Ibn Nafis developed an elaborate and comprehensive system of medicine which is called Unani Medicine in India. As per IMCC, Act 1970, the Unani System of Medicine is included in the Central Council of Indian Medicine.

    Siddha

    Agastyar or Agasthya, is considered the founding father of Siddha medicine. Siddha usually revives and rejuvenates the dysfunctional organs. 

    The speciality of the Siddha medicine system is the special combination of medicine and lifestyle. The proponents of this medical system laid its foundation in the State of Tamil Nadu in India. 

    Sowa Rigpa

    Sowa Rigpa system of medicine involves pulse analysis and urine analysis with a focus on overall behaviour dietary changes and physical therapies. The Sowa Rigpa System of Medicine is included in the Central Council of Indian Medicine.

    BAMS course curriculum for the professional course : 

    The National Commission for Indian System of Medicine has prescribed guidelines, and course learning outcomes (CO) matched with Programme Learning Outcomes. (PO)

    The National Commission for the Indian System of Medicine has provided the following BAMS course admission with the changed curriculum that involves many new teaching-learning techniques and assessment methods.:-

    1 AyUG SN & AI

    Ayurveda Undergraduate Sanksritam Evam Ayurveda Itihas  and Ayurved Itihas(Subject Code -AyUG-SN & AI)`(Applicable from 2021-22 batch onwards for 5 years or until further notification by NCISM, whichever is earlier)

    Sanskrit is one of the subjects in the First-year BAMS curriculum. Emphasis is laid on understanding samhitas.

    The  BAMS course curriculum is designed by combining traditional Sanskrit teachings with new teaching health science education technologies.

    2 AyUG-PV

    Padartha Vijnanam (Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda and Quantum Mechanics) (Subject Code - AyUG-PV) is a professional Ayurvedacharya(BAMS) course. (Applicable from 2021-22 batch onwards for 5 years or until further notification by NCISM, whichever is earlier)

    3 AyUG KS 

    Kriya Sharir (Human Physiology)(Subject Code - AyUG-KS) is a BAMS programme (Applicable from 2021-22 batch onwards for 5 years or until further notification by NCISM, whichever is earlier). The new BAMS course curriculum of Kriya Sharir(Human Physiology) has been designed taking into account cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.

    Kriya Sharir mainly deals with these 3 pillars: Tridosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), Sapta Dhatus (Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja, Shukra) & Trimala. (Mutra, Purish, Sweda)

    Kriya Sharir also deals with Prakriti, Strotas, Kostha, Agni, Oja, Mana, Aahar (Basic principles of food), shatkriyakal, the system-wise study of contemporary science, senses function and dysfunction, etc. 

    4 AyUG-RS 

    Rachana Sharir (Human Anatomy) (Subject Code - AyUG-RS) is a professional BAMS course. (Applicable from 2021-22 batch onwards for 5 years or until further notification by NCISM, whichever is earlier)

    Sharir in Ayurveda also provides in-depth views of concepts like Marma and srotas.

    BAMS course curriculum is taught teaching and learning methods that include didactic, demonstration, tutorial, group discussion, seminars, Integrated Teaching (IT), Problem-Based Learning (PBL), Early Clinical Exposure (ECE), Case-Based Learning (CBL), Virtual Dissection, and cadaveric dissection.

    5 AyUG-SA1 

    Samhita Adhyayan 1 is an ancient Practical Manual of Ayurveda. (Subject Code - AyUG-SA1) (Applicable from 2021-22 batch onwards for 5 years or until further notification by NCISM, whichever is earlier)

    The NCISM has included the subject Ashtanga Hridayam Sutrasthana (1 to 15 chapters) and Charaka Samhita Sutrasthana (1 to 12 chapters) as a part of Samhita Adhyayana-I for the First Professional BAMS course. 

    Top BAMS Colleges for BAMS Course Admission:

    In India, the top BAMS Colleges in India are- BHU Varanasi, DPU Pune, GGSIPU New Delhi, and KLE University-Belgaum. 

    Private Colleges -BAMS course admission :

    1. Shri Dhanwantry Ayurvedic College & Hospital (SDACH) 

    Shri Dhanwantry Ayurvedic College & Hospital (SDACH) offers a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (Ayurvedacharya BAMS). The college is affiliated with Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra, Haryana & is recognized by the Chandigarh Administration U.T.

    The SDACH is approved by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine, New Delhi.

    Duration of BAMS course : 

    BAMS: 5 ½ years

    Ist BAMS :1 ½ Year;  IInd BAMS : 1 ½ Year;   IIIrd BAMS : 1 ½ Year;  Compulsory Internship : 1 year

    Eligibility criteria - BAMS course admission :

    10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of aggregate 50% marks in physics, chemistry, and biology. NEET Qualified for the concerned year.

    Total Seats for UG Ayurvedic course: 100 UG (BAMS)

    2. Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital Panjuana-Kharia Road, Jodhpuria, Sirsa (Haryana)

    Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital, located on Panjuwana-Kharia Road, Jodhpur, offers a BAMS Course with the approval of the Central Council of Indian Medicine and the Ministry of AYUSH.

    Total Intake for UG Ayurvedic course:50 Seats

    The college is affiliated to Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra & is approved by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine, New Delhi

    3.  Baba Mastnath Ayurvedic College

    Baba Mastnath Ayurvedic College, Asthal Bohar, Rohtak - 124021, Haryana, India, approved by CCIM and Ministry of AYUSH Govt. of India offers undergraduate BAMS course of 4.5 years and a 1-year internship with an intake capacity of 60 seats. 

    BAMS course admission Eligibility criteria: 

    For BAMS course admission, candidates are required to appear in the NEET /As prescribed by the State Authority

    BAMS Fee Structure: Rs. 3,90,000- ( To Be charged from the Student in 1st Year)


    S.No.

    Fee Head

    Annual Fee

    1.

    Tuition Fee

    ₹ 2,75,000

    2.

    Admission Fee

    ₹ 15,000

    3.

    Development Fee

    ₹ 50,000

    4.

    Workshop/Seminar

    ₹ 15,000

    5.

    Sports/Cultural Fee

    ₹ 17,000

    6.

    Library/Lab. Charges

    ₹ 10,000

    7.

    Computer/Internet Fee

    ₹ 1,000

    8.

    SWF

    ₹ 7,000

    9.

    Total(of 1 to 8)

    ₹ 3,90,000

    10.

    Hostel Fee Including Mess(Annual)(Optional)

    ₹ 60,000


    4. Divya Jyoti Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Niwari Road, Modinagar, Distt. - Ghaziabad, (U.P.). - 201204, India

    Divya Jyoti Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital is affiliated with Chaudhary Charan Singh University (formerly, Meerut University) and Mahayogi Gorakhnath University Gorakhpur, UP

    The total intake for UG Ayurvedic course BAMS is 100 seats. For admission to the BAMS course, the NEET score is required.

    5. The Doon Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital

    The Doon Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital is affiliated to Mahayogi Gorakhnath University Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India & approved by NCISM.

    Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) is a 5 and 1 ⁄ 2 year graduate degree course, (4 and 1/2 year academic sessions + one year internship).

    The UG degree course is separated into three professional sections of 1.5 years each. 

    In the first professional course, the students are taught about the anatomy, physiology and history of the Ayurvedic system. In the second course, they are taught about toxicology and pharmacology and the final course contains the surgery, ENT, skin, obstetrics and gynaecology.

    BAMS Course fee: 

    The BAMS Course fee of Doon Ayurvedic Medical College Saharanpur is 2,04,600/- per year.

    Top BHMS Colleges:

    A. Swasthya Kalyan Homoeopathic Medical College and Research Centre, Jaipur for the BHMS course

    Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) is of duration of  5 and ½ years academic program ( 4 and 1/2-year academic sessions and one-year internship). The admission procedure is based on the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

    The college is affiliated with Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University, Jodhpur and approved by the National Commission for Homoeopathy (NCH).

    BHMS Course fee:  

    BHMS total course fee is The total Rs. 5.85 Lakhs

    The total intake for the BHMS course is 100 Seats.

    Eligibility Criteria :

    The candidate must have cleared (10+2) examination from a recognised Board with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 

    B. Homoeopathy University, Jaipur

    B.H.M.S.(Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery)

    Duration:5 + 1/2 Years (Five and Half Years) Including One Year Internship

    BHMS Course Eligibility criteria for top BHMS Colleges:

    Candidates who passed senior secondary(10+2) or its equivalent examination with physics, chemistry, and biology and obtained at least 50% marks in aggregate are eligible. The BHMS admission is based on the NEET score.

    Admission Intake Capacity:100

    BHMS Course fee: 

    Total Tuition Fee is ₹7.15 Lakhs

    During the BHMS undergraduate course the students are taught the following subjects:-

    Anatomy, Origin of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and psychology, Physiology including Biochemistry, Homoeopathic Pharmacy, Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Pathology and Microbiology, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Practice of Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Community Medicine, Case Taking and Repertory

    Conclusion Of BAMS

    With the constitution of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine( NCISM) and four autonomous boards on 11.06.2021, the course curriculum of undergraduate courses in the Indian System of  Medicine have been revised.

    Under section 59 (2) of the NCISM Act 2020, the Central Government constituted the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine(NCISM) and four autonomous boards on 11.06.2021. 

    Likewise, the National Commission for Homeopathy (NCH) and its autonomous Boards were constituted as per the provisions of 

    the National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020 which came into force on 05.07.2021.

    With the revised course curriculum of BAMS and other courses in the fields of Ayurveda,  Unani, Siddha & Sowa Rigpa, the entire education system in the field of Indian System of Medicine has been rejuvenated and reinvigorated.  

    The expert counsellors of the Distance Pathshala guide students who wish to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Open and distance Learning mode and Online learning modes from the best Online and Distance learning Universities. 

    Please feel free to contact the seasoned team of counsellors of Distance Pathshala to get yourself registered for the affordable and cost-effective Online and correspondence programmes in India.

    Yes. In India, there is a lot of scope for BAMS degree holders as Ayurveda has been deeply rooted in the Indian System of Medicine for ages. It is very effective in curing ailments.

    Duration of BAMS: 5 ½ years- [Ist BAMS :1 ½ Year; IInd BAMS: 1 ½ Year; IIIrd BAMS: 1 ½ Year & Compulsory Internship: 1 year]

    Yes, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test [NEET (UG)] conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) is required for admission to undergraduate medical education in all medical institutions.
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