What is B.AMS
BAMS, or Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, is a 5.5-year master's degree that includes the study of modern medicine and the integrated system of traditional Ayurveda. The basic qualification for this course is that students have passed Biology Class 12 with a minimum of 5-50% from an approved Board of Studies. The B.AMS application process is centralized and based on marks obtained in the NEET exam. The BAMS course includes an in-depth study of current life structures, physiology, solution standards, social and preventive medicine, toxicology, medicinal herbs, otolaryngology, surgical standards, etc., training students in the traditional methods of modern science.
Eligibility Criteria for B.AMS
- Students must score at least 50-60% in recognized boards of class 12th.
- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in Class 12, as compulsory subjects.
- Applicants who satisfy the above qualification models need to show up for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and qualify for it. Admission to the BAMS course is through a unified direction dependent on the NEET merit list.
- Ayurvedic Philosophy
- History of Ayurveda
- General Surgery and para-surgical techniques
- Panchkarma, and others.