Ayurveda

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical & Surgery (BAMS) is a five-year undergraduate program that offers an integrated course that covers a wide range of subjects of traditional Ayurveda and modern medical systems. The five and half a year-long course also includes the one-year mandatory internship. BAMS covers a wide range of courses such as physiology, modern anatomy, pharmacology, medicine, ENT, forensic medicine, rules and principles of surgery, standards of the solution, legal drug, herbal science, with different subjects of Ayurveda.

Students aspiring for a career in Bachelor of Ayurveda must have great power of concentration and determination as the courses include a lot of reading of both modern science and ancient Ayurveda texts.

Ayurveda is gaining a lot of popularity not only in India but in the Western World because of natural healing properties with minimum side-effects as these medicines are prepared from natural herbs, vegetables, and plants.

Benefits of Studying BAMS Course

The demands for Ayurvedic doctors are nowadays heavy, and thus the scope is vast. The main thing that differentiates Ayurveda from all other medical branches is the lack of side effects after treatment. This has resulted in a massive rise in the demand of Ayurvedic doctor not only in India but also in foreign countries.

One can quickly get a high paid job after doing courses in ayurvedic medicine. Nowadays, Ayurveda has expanded to surgical fields too, thus giving rise in Ayurveda job vacancy. Ayurveda is one of the ancient ways of curing a disease or ailment. It is accepted worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) has provided ways to promote Ayurveda therefore, BAMS opens up career opportunities for students in India as well as Abroad.

  • After BAMS, you have the opportunity to work in top government organizations and hospitals. These government jobs pay a salary as much as a doctor.
  • The government of India also allows you to establish your own Ayurvedic pharmacy or clinic after graduating from BAMS.
  • After BAMS, you can also pursue PhD or MD in Ayurveda or related fields and work at top Ayurvedic companies and brands such as Himalaya.
  • In addition to job prospects and career opportunities, studying BAMS will impart knowledge on the history of Ayurveda and its applications in our day-to-day life that will help to turn towards a healthier lifestyle.

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical and Surgery (BAMS) Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Educational Qualification Required:10+2 or equivalent examination with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) as mandatory subjects.
  • Minimum Marks Required:50% to 60%, varies from college to college.
  • Age Limit: The age limit for the BAMS program is 20 years for general category and 24 years for reserved category.

BAMS Admission Process

  • BAMS admissions in Indiaare done on the basis of entrance exams.
  • Candidates have to apply for the entrance exam i.e., NEET-UG and appear in it.
  • After the results are out, the conducting authority of the examinations prepares a merit list, basis which counselling process is conducted.

Candidates who make it in the counselling process are allocated seats for BAMS course at different colleges.

BAMS Entrance Exam

 

  • NEET-UG (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Undergraduate Programme) is the national-level entrance examination conducted for BAMS admissions all over India.
  • The examination is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) every year.
  • The counselling for the examination is centralised counselling.

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical and Surgery (BAMS) Syllabus

First Professional Year (1.5 Year):

History of Ayurveda Physiology (Kriya Sharira) Panchkarma
Sanskrit Samitha Rasayana
Anatomy (Rachna Sharira) History of Modern Medicine Vajikarana

Second Professional Year (1.5 Year):

Pharmaceuticals of Ayurveda (Rasa Shastra avam Bhaisajya Kalpana) Toxicology (Agadtantra) Pathology (Nidan Vigyana)
Medica of Ayurveda (Dravyaguna) Jurisprudence (Vidhi Vaidyaka) Nadi Parkisa (Pulse Diagnosis)

Final Professional Year (1.5 Year):

ENT, Eye &Dentistry (Shalakya Tantra) Gynaecology (Prasuti Tantra) Medical Ethics & Yoga
Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine ) Obstetric (Stri Yoga) Dissertation

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical and Surgery (BAMS) Career Options and Job Prospects

After pursuing Bachelors of Ayurveda & Surgery, there are a plethora of career options to choose from. Graduates can find a job in both government and private clinics, as Ayurveda Specialists, Ayurveda drug specialists and may even start their private practice. BAMS graduates are hired in the following capacities:

  • Medical Representative
  • Category Manager
  • Ayurveda Pharmacist
  • Sales Manager
  • Sales Representative
  • Product Manager
  • Ayurvedic Doctor

The average salary of an Ayurveda Doctor is between Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 15 lakh. Ayurvedic doctors can start their private practice and can make a lot of money out of it. Other job roles like Medical Representative are also very lucrative if one gets into MNCs. The salary package of a medical representative is between Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 8 lakh.

Graduates of the 5-year ayurvedic course will be able to pursue a career path in one of the following areas of employment for BAMS in India.

  • Government and Private Hospitals
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Dispensaries
  • Nursing Homes
  • Government and Private Clinics
  • Own Business
  • Research Institutions
  • Insurance Industry
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