COURSE DETAILS



Brief details are as follows: BAMS course (5 & ½ years) is approved by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, and Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM). This course is designed to produce graduates with a profound knowledge of Ayurved and relevant study of Modern sciences. They would be competent practitioners in all branches of Ayurved as well as efficient Teachers and Research workers in various fields. This will enable them to contribute to the health needs of India in effective way. Ayurveda is based on the theory that small amounts of substances can cure symptoms caused by larger amounts of the same substance. B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery): 4 ½ Years (Full Time) plus 1-year compulsory Internship. The Degree course of B.A.M.S is a period of 5 ½ years, including compulsory Internship of one-year duration after passing the Final Degree Examination, on successful completion of the internship and on the recommendation of the principal of the college concerned the University shall issue the degree. B.A.M.S. Course (5& ½ years) is approved by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, and Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM).Syllabus of B.A.M.S course shall be according to the Central Council of Indian Medicine. (CCIM) B.A.M.S course is affiliated to Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut, U.P. Please visit the website http://www.ccimindia.org/ for more details.


Eligibility criteria for admission in BAMS


The eligibility criteria to seek admission in Bachelor of Ayurveda education is as under

  • * 12th standard with science or any other equivalent examination recognized by concerned State Government and Recognized Education Boards/ University with at least 50% aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • * For reserved category or special category like physically handicapped student in 10+2 they shall be given relaxation in marks for admission in Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery as per rules for time being in force of U.P. Govt.
  • * Foreign students having passed eligibility criteria of Govt. of India, Ministry of AYUSH /CCIM or any other equivalent qualification as permitted by Govt. of India, U.P. Govt. & approved by concerned regulatory body can be allowed.
  • * AGE LIMIT : NO AGE LIMIT FOR ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES.

  • (Note - * AS PER CCIM/CCH/ State govt. REGULATIONS )


WHY BAMS ?


As the world has been moving away from nature, it is facing various health hazards including diseases like AIDS etc. Inspite of tremendous advancement in modern medical science; Ayurveda, which is a medical science embracing nature as well as a philosophy of life a way of living, is being recognized as the potential system of medicine all over the world. We find a logical approach towards health and diseases in Classical texts of Ayurveda viz. Charak Samhita (Medical Text), Sushrut Samhita (Surgical Text) and Ashtanga Sangrah (Compendium on eight branches of Ayurveda). Several Ayurvedic Texts have been translated into various languages of the world, particularly German and English, World Health Organization (WHO) and World Health Assembly adopted resolutions urging different countries to give adequate importance to the utilization of their respective urging different countries to give adequate importance to the utilization of their respective traditional systems of medicine.

The relevance of Ayurveda in present situation has undoubtedly increased where conventional medicine, with its might and main, funds itself unable to fight many diseases. The medical research today is entangled in rapidly increasing struggle against micro- organisms that develop resistance to every new drug tried on them. The patients, not able to bear the brunt of the side effect of conventional antibiotics are turning to gentler therapies of Ayurveda and other traditional systems.

The relevance of Ayurveda in present situation has undoubtedly increased where conventional medicine, with its might and main, funds itself unable to fight many diseases. The medical research today is entangled in rapidly increasing struggle against micro- organisms that develop resistance to every new drug tried on them. The patients, not able to bear the brunt of the side effect of conventional antibiotics are turning to gentler therapies of Ayurveda and other traditional systems.

"People have benefited from herbal medicine the world over, often after the conventional treatment has failed."

Ayurvedic Research Institute in India and abroad are in the process of substantiating the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda within the parameters of modern medical science also. Millions of dollars are being spent on studying the medicinal properties of plants like neem, tulsi, guggulu, haldi etc. Many groups in German, U.S.A., Britain and Japan want to study Ayurveda in its original form. A new health consciousness is sweeping the world with emphasis on staying healthy, building the immune system and using healing methods close to nature a concept that has its roots in Ayurveda.

CAREER OPORTUNITIES

  • 1. General Practice
  • 2. Research
  • 3. Hospital and Health-care Administration
  • 4. Teaching professions
  • 5. Health Supervisor
FURTHER COURSES

  • 1. MD/MS (AYURVEDA)
  • 2. MBA (Hospital Healthcare Management)
  • 3. MPH
  • 4. M. Sc Health Sciences
  • 5. M. Sc Nutrition

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION IN BAMS