BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) Admission 2021-2022

In today’s world, a large number of people prefer Ayurveda over any other form of medicine. This is the reason why there is a huge demand for good Ayurvedic medical practitioners. This demand is further expected to increase. So, a lot of students are getting attracted to Ayurvedic Courses after 12th. Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine Surgery or BAMS is one of the most popular courses in the field of Ayurveda. In this post, we are discussing complete details related to the BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) Admission 2021.

BAMS Course Highlights

Interested candidates can check out some important details related to the BAMS course as given in the table below.

Full Name of the courseBachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
Level of the courseUG degree course
Course Duration5 years and 6 months
Eligibility CriteriaCandidates must have passed 10+2 with PCB (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) subject group
Admission CriteriaBased on candidates performance in the NEET exam
Average Course FeesRs. 10000/- to Rs. 1.5 lakh per annum
Average Salary after the courseIn Government Hospitals – Rs. 30000/- to Rs. 90000/- per month

In Private Sector – Rs. 20000/- to Rs. 60000/- per month

Top Job positionsAyurvedic Doctor, Therapist, Sales Representative, Lecturer, Scientist, Panchakarma Practitioner, Teacher, Pharmacist, etc.
Top Recruitment AgenciesGovernment Hospitals, Baidyanath, Himalaya, Dabur Ayurveda, Private hospitals, etc.

 

Introduction to BAMS Course

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery is abbreviated as BAMS. As the name itself specify, this course study about Ayurveda and its practices in treating various diseases and enhancing health. The duration of BAMS course is 5 years and 6 months. The course consists of classroom classes, practical, experiments, conferences, workshop, etc. During the course, candidates are also required to complete 12 months internship in the 5th years. For a better understanding, Sanskrit is taught throughout the course duration.

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BAMS Eligibility Criteria 2021

Those who are looking to pursue the BAMS course must ensure that they are eligible. The general eligibility criteria for admission to the Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery course are as follows.

  • Candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks.
  • Aspirants should have studied class 12th with physics, chemistry, and mathematics as compulsory subjects.
  • Please note that the age limit and pass percentage vary for admission to different colleges in India.

BAMS Selection Process

No candidate can get admission to this course without clearing the BAMS entrance exam 2021 i.e. NEET. So, aspirants wishing to get admission must show up for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) and clear it.

After the declaration of NEET result, centralized counselling will take place through which colleges will offer admission on the basis of the candidate’s performance. Some colleges may also conduct personal interviews to further shortlist candidates.

Some colleges may not participate in centralized counselling. Instead, they may invite separate application forms for providing admission. To get admission to such colleges, candidates have to apply separately. However, admission will be offered on the basis of NEET. Some important details related to the NEET are as follows.

  • Mode of examination: Online (Computer-based Test)
  • Type of questions: Objective type multiple choice questions
  • Number of questions: 180 questions
  • Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
  • Marking Scheme: Each question will carry 4 marks. 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

Career after Completing BAMS

Subjected to your knowledge and skill, you can get hired in various private and government organizations after completing BAMS. Some special sectors like healthcare, pharmaceutical industries, life sciences, etc. hire a large number of BAMS graduates every year. A few of the posts on which you can get hired after completing the BAMS course are as follows – Sales Representative, Area Sales Executive/Manager, Medical Representative, Ayurvedic Doctor, Assistant Claims Manager, Pharmacist, Jr. Clinical Trial Coordinator, etc.

Salary After BAMS

It is not possible to predict the exact salary you can get after completing BAMS. Actually, the salary of a candidate depends upon various factors such as his/her skills and knowledge, job profile, recruiting agency, city of job, etc. Still, we can say that there are some job profiles in which you can earn more than others. Given below are the salary packages for some of the popular posts such as

  • Ayurvedic Physician – Rs. 3.58 lakhs per annum
  • Ayurvedic Doctor – Rs. 13.70 lakhs per annum
  • Scientist – Rs. 6.45 lakhs per annum
  • Pharmacist – Rs. 2.26 lakhs per annum
  • Ayurvedic Researcher – Rs. 3.20 lakhs per annum
  • Lecturer – Rs. 2.97 lakhs per annum
  • Sales Representative – Rs. 2.46 lakhs per annum
  • Medical Officer – Rs. 4.98 lakhs

Top BAMS Colleges in India

A large number of institutes in India offer admission to BAMS course. Some of these institutes are as follows.

  • Institute Of Medical Sciences –  Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  • Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Sciences – [Rguhs], Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Banaras Hindu University – [Bhu], Varanasi, UP
  • Kurukshetra University – [Kuk], Kurukshetra, Haryana
  • Rama University, Kanpur
  • Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi
  • Madhav University, Sirohi
  • NTR University of Health Science, Vijaywada
  • Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur
  • Baba Farid University of Health Science, Faridkot
  • Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar
  • National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur

Frequently Asked Questions

Question – 1: What the top specializations of BAMS?

Answer: Some of the top specializations of the BAMS course are as follows – Swasth Vritta, Rasa Shastra, Agad Tantra, Rog & Vikriti Vigyan, Charak Samhita, Padartha Vigyan, Prasuti and Stri Roga, Kaumara Bhritya, Sharir Kriya, Sharir Rachana.

Question – 2: What are the subjects that I have to study during the BAMS course?

Answer: The complete syllabus of the BAMS course is divided into the following three parts.

  • 1st Professional: Sanskrit, Padartha Vigyan (Ayurvedic Philosophy), Ayurveda Itihas (History of Ayurveda), Ashtang Hridyam (Sutrasthan), Rachana Sharir (Anatomy), Kriya Sharir (Physiology).
  • 2nd Professional: Charak Samhita (Purvardha), Swasthavritta, Dravyaguna Vigyan (Materia Medica of Ayurveda), Rasa Shastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceuticals of Ayurveda), Roga Vigyan Evum Vikriti Vigyan, Agada Tantra (Toxicology), Vyavhar Ayurved evum Vidhi Vaidyak
  • 3rd Professional: Charak Samhita (Uttarardha), Kayachikitsa (General Medicine including Panchakarma, Rasayana and Vajikarana), Shalakya (ENT, Eye and Dentistry), Shalya (General surgery and parasurgical techniques), Prasuti Tantra Evum Stri Roga (Gynaecology and Obstetrics), Kaumarbhritya Pediatrics, Panchkarma

Question – 3: Is a BAMS graduate equivalent to Doctor? 

Answer: Yes, a BAMS graduate is allowed to practice medicine in Ayurveda and alleged branches.

Question – 4: Can I practice medicine in the USA on the basis of a BAMS degree?

Answer: No, BAMS degree is not valid in the USA.

Question – 5: I have studied PCM (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) subject group in class 12th. Can I apply for the BAMS course? 

Answer: No, it is necessary for a candidate to study Biology at class 12th level in order to get admission to the BAMS course.

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