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B.A.M.S

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery programme

The Bachelor of Ayurveda education namely, the Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) shall produce Graduates, having profound knowledge of Ashtanga Ayurveda along with the contemporary advances in the field of Ayurveda supplemented with knowledge of scientific and technological advances in modern science and technology along with extensive practical training, as an efficient physicians and surgeons for the health care services.

Ashtanga Ayurveda- (a)Ashtanga Ayurveda means eight clinical specialties of ayurveda viz., Kayachikitsa (General/Internal Medicine), Shalya Tantra (Surgery), Shalakya Tantra (Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Oro-Dentistry), Kaumarabhritya (Obstetrics and Paediatrics), Agada Tantra (Clinical Toxicology), Bhuta Vidya (Clinical Microbiology, Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry), Rasayana (Preventive, Promotive, Rejuvenative Medicine and Gerentology) and Vajikarana (Reproductive Medicine and Epigenetics).

DEGREE TO BE AWARDED

The candidate shall be awarded Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery-B.A.M.S) Degree after passing all the examinations and completion of the laid down programme of study extending over the laid down period and the compulsory rotatory internship extending over twelve months and the nomenclature of degree shall be
Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery -B.A.M.S).

FEES

Tution Fees Rs. 3,15,000/- per annum for the students admitted during the year 2018-19 onwards as decided by fee fixation committee Gujarat State.

DURATION OF PROGRAMME

The duration of the B.A.M.S. Programme shall be five years and six months as per the following table, namely:-


DURATION OF
B.A.M.S. PROGRAMME
Sr.No Course of the
B.A.M.S. Programme
Duration
(a) First Professional B.A.M.S. Eighteen Months
(b) Second Professional B.A.M.S. Eighteen Months
(c) Third (Final) Professional B.A.M.S. Eighteen Months
(d) Compulsory Rotatory Internship Twelve Months

PROGRAMME DESIGN (AS PER NEW MSE MAR-2022)


SUBJECTS FOR
FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S
Sr.No Subject
Code
Subject Equivalent
Terms
Syllabus
01. AyUG-SN and AI Samskritam evam Ayurved Ithihas Sanskrit and History of Ayurved Click here
02. AyUG-PV Padartha Vigyan Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda
and Quantum Mechanics
Click here
03. AyUG-KS Kriya Sharira Human Physiology Click here
04. AyUG-RS Rachana Sharira Human Anatomy Click here
05. AyUG-SA1 Samhita Adhyayan-1 Study of Ayurveda Classical Text Click here
06. Electives (Minimum Three) subjects
MARKS DISTRIBUTION FOR
FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. SUBJECTS
Sr.No Subject Code No. of Papers Theory Practical or Clinical Assessment Grand Total
Practical /Clinical Viva Electives IA Sub Total
01. AyUG-SN and AI 2 200 -- 75* 10 (Set-FA) 15 100 300
02. AyUG-PV 2 200 100 60 10 (Set-FB) 30 200 400
03. AyUG-KS 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
04. AyUG-RS 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
05. AyUG-SA1 1 100 -- 75 10 (Set-FC) 15 100 200
Grand Total  1700
*Viva vice examination shall be for Sanskrit and not for Ayurved Ithihasa
(Set-FA, FB, FC – sets of Electives for First Professional B.A.M.S.)
SUBJECTS FOR
SECOND PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S
Sr.No Subject
Code
Subject Equivalent
Terms
Syllabus
01. AyUG-DG Dravyaguna Vigyan Pharmacology and Materia Medica- Herbal  
02. AyUG-RB Rasashastra evam Bhaishajyakalpana Materia Medica- Minerals & Metals and Pharmaceutical Science  
03. AyUG-RN Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan Methods of Diagnosis, Diagnostic Procedures and Pathology  
04. AyUG-AT Agad Tantra evam Vidhi Vaidyaka Clinical Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence  
05. AyUG-SA2 Samhita Adhyayan-2 Study of Ayurveda Classical Text  
06. AyUG-SW Swasthavritta evam Yoga Lifestyle Management, Public Health and yoga  
07. Electives (Minimum Three) subjects
MARKS DISTRIBUTION FOR
SECOND PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. SUBJECTS
Sr.No Subject Code No. of Papers Theory Practical or Clinical Assessment Grand Total
Practical /Clinical Viva Electives IA Sub Total
01. AyUG-DG 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
02. AyUG-RB 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
03. AyUG-RN 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
04. AyUG-AT 1 100 100 60 10 (Set-SA) 30 200 300
05. AyUG-SA2 1 100 -- 75 10 (Set-SB) 15 100 200
06. AyUG-SW 2 200 100 60 10 (Set-SC) 30 200 400
Grand Total  2100
*(Set-SA, SB, SC – sets of Electives for Second Professional B.A.M.S.)
SUBJECTS FOR
THIRD PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S
Sr.No Subject
Code
Subject Equivalent
Terms
Syllabus
01. AyUG-KC Kayachikitsa including Manasa Roga Rasayana and Vajikarana Internal Medicine including Psychiatry, Rejuvenative Medicine, Reproductive Medicine and Epigenetics  
02. AyUG-PK Panchakarma & Upakarma Therapeutic Procedural Management  
03. AyUG-ST Shalya Tantra General Surgery  
04. AyUG-SL Shalakya Tantra Ophthalmology Oto-RhinoLaryngology & Oro-Dentistry  
05. AyUG-PS Prasuti Tantra evam Stree Roga Gynecology and Obstetrics  
06. AyUG-KB Kaumarabhritya Pediatrics  
07. AyUG-SA3 Samhita Adhyayan-3 Study of Ayurveda Classical Text  
08. AyUG-EM Atyaikachikitsa Emergency Medicine  
09. AyUG-RM Research Methodology and Medical-statistics  
10. Electives (Minimum Three) subjects
MARKS DISTRIBUTION FOR
THIRD PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. SUBJECTS
Sr.No Subject Code No. of Papers Theory Practical or Clinical Assessment Grand Total
Practical /Clinical Viva Electives IA Sub Total
01. AyUG-KC 3 300 100 70 -- 30 200 500
02. AyUG-PK 1 100 100 70 -- 30 200 300
03. AyUG-ST 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
04. AyUG-SL 2 200 100 70 -- 30 200 400
05. AyUG-PS 2 200 100 60 10 (Set-TA) 30 200 400
06. AyUG-KB 1 100 100 60 10 (Set-TB) 30 200 300
07. AyUG-SA3 1 100 -- 75 10 (Set-TC) 15 100 200
08. AyUG-RM 1 50 -- -- -- -- -- 50
Grand Total  2550
(Set-TA, TB, TC – sets of Electives for Third Professional B.A.M.S.)

COURSE DESIGN (AS PER OLD MSR)

As per the Indian Medicine Central Council amendments regulation 2012, a five & half year syllabus is reconstructed in four professional years followed by compulsory roatary internship duty of 12 months. 1st, 2nd and 3rd professional years are of 12 months each and Final Professional year is of 18 months.


1st PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. (12 MONTHS)
SUBJECTS -5
Sr.No Subject Theory
Marks
Practical
Marks
01 Padartha Vigyan Evam Ayurveda Ka Itihas 200 -
02 Rachana Sharira 200 100
03 Kriya Sharira 200 100
04 Sanskrit 100 -
05 Maulika Siddhanta Evam Ashtanga Hridayam 100 50
1st year syllabus: click here

2nd PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. (12 MONTHS)
SUBJECTS -4
Sr.No Subject Theory
Marks
Practical
Marks
01 Dravyaguna Vijnana 200 200
02 Rasashastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana 200 200
03 Rogavijnana & Vikritivijnana 200 100
04 Charaka Samhita (Purvardha) 100 50
2nd year syllabus: click here

3rd PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. (12 MONTHS)
SUBJECTS -5
Sr.No Subject Theory
Marks
Practical
Marks
01 Agada Tantra,Vyavahara
Ayurveda & Vidhi Vaidyaka
100 50
02 Swasthavritta & Yoga 200 100
03 Charaka Samhita (Uttarardha) 100 50
04 Kaumarabhritya 100 50
05 Prasuti Tantra & Striroga 200 100
3rd year syllabus: click here

FINAL PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S. (18 MONTHS)
SUBJECTS -5
Sr.No Subject Theory
Marks
Practical
Marks
01 Kayachikitsa 200 100
02 Panchakarma 100 50
03 Shalya Tantra 200 100
04 Shalakya Tantra 200 100
05 Research Methodology & Medical Statistics 50 -
4th year syllabus: click here

MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION AND STUDY

The medium of instruction for the programme shall be Sanskrit or Hindi or any recognised regional language or English:
     Provided that in case, if any institute is admitting students from different states or international students, the medium of instruction shall be English.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

(1)The eligibility to seek admission in Bachelor of Ayurveda education shall be as under,-

(a) The candidate shall have passed 10+2 or its equivalent examination from any recognised Board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and have obtained minimum of fifty per cent. marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the case of general category and forty per cent. marks in the case of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes: Provided that in respect of persons with disability candidate specified under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (49 of 2016), the minimum qualifying marks in the said examinations shall be forty-five per cent. in the case of General category and forty per cent. in the case of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

(b) No candidate shall be admitted to B.A.M.S Degree programme unless the candidate attained the age of seventeen years on or before the 31st December of the year of admission in the first year of the programme and not more than twenty-five years on the 31st December of the year of admission in the first year of the programme: Provided that, the upper age-limit may be relaxed by five years in the case of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and disabled candidates.

(2) National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test.-

(i)There shall be a uniform entrance examination for all medical institutions at the under-graduate level, namely the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to under-graduate programme in each academic year and shall be conducted by an authority designated by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine.

(ii) In order to consider for admission to under-graduate programme for an academic year, it shall be necessary for a candidate to obtain minimum of marks at 50th percentile in the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test for under-graduate programme held for the said academic year:

Provided that in respect of,-

(i) candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes, the minimum marks shall at 40th percentile;

(ii) candidates with specified disabilities under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (49 of 2016) the minimum marks shall be at 45th percentile in the case of general category and 40th percentile in the case of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes: Provided further that where sufficient number of candidates in the respective category fail to secure minimum marks in the National Eligibility - cum - Entrance Test held for any academic year for admission to undergraduate programme, the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine in consultation with the Central Government may at its discretion lower the minimum marks required for admission to undergraduate programme for candidates belonging to respective category and marks so lowered by the Central Government shall be applicable for that academic year only.

(3) An All-India common merit list as well as State-wise merit list of the eligible candidates shall be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test and the candidates, within the respective category shall be considered for admission to under-graduate programme from the said merit lists only.

(4) The seat matrix for admission in the Government, Government-aided Institution and Private Institution shall be fifteen per cent. for All-India Quota and eighty-five per cent. for the State and Union territory quota:

Provided that,-

(i) the All-India Quota for the purpose of admission in all the deemed university both Government and private shall be hundred per cent.;

(ii) the university and institute which are already having more than fifteen per cent. All-India Quota seats shall continue to maintain that quota;

(iii) five per cent. of the annual sanctioned intake capacity in Government and Government-aided Institution shall be filled up by candidate with specified disability in accordance with the provisions of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (49 of 2016) and based on the merit list of National Eligibility -cum-Entrance Test. Explanation.- For the purpose of this clause, the specified disability contained in the Schedule to the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (49 of 2016) specified in Appendix "A" and the eligibility of candidate to pursue a programme in Indian Systems of Medicine with specified disability shall be in accordance with the guidelines specified in Appendix "B" and if the seats reserved for the persons with disabilities in a particular category remain unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates, the seats shall be included in the annual sanctioned seats for the respective category.

(5) (i) The designated authority for counseling of State and Union territory quota for admissions to undergraduate programme in all Ayurveda Educational Institutions in the States and Union territories including institutions established by the State Government, University, Trust, Society, Minority Institution, Corporation or Company shall be the respective State or Union Territory in accordance with the relevant rules and regulations of the concerned State or Union territory, as the case may be.

(ii) The counseling for all admission to Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery Programme for hundred percent seats of all Deemed Universities both Government and Private shall be conducted by the authority designated by the Central Government in this behalf.

(6) The counselling for admission to Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery Programme for seat under All-India Quota as well as for all Ayurveda Educational Institutions established by the Central Government shall be conducted by the authority designated by the Central Government in this behalf.

(7) (i) All seats irrespective of category (Central quota, State Quota or management etc.) except foreign nationals are to be admitted through counselling (Central, State or UT) only. Direct admission by any means other than above specified shall not be approved.

(ii) The institutions shall have to submit the list of students admitted in the format specified by NCISM on or before 6 pm on the cut off date for admissions specified by NCISM time to time for verification.

(iii) Universities shall approve the admission of those candidates (except foreign nationals) who have been allotted through counselling (Central, State or UT as the case may be)

(8) No candidate who has failed to obtain the minimum eligibility marks under this regulation shall be admitted to under-graduate programme in the said academic year.

(9) No authority or institution shall admit any candidate to the under-graduate programme in contravention of the criteria or procedure laid down in these regulations in respect of admission and any admission made in contravention of the said criteria or procedure shall be cancelled by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine forthwith.

(10) The authority or institution which grants admission to any student in contravention of the criteria or procedure laid down in these regulations shall be liable accordingly, under the relevant provisions of the Act.

(11) For foreign national candidate, any other equivalent qualification approved by the Central Government may be allowed and sub-regulation (2) of regulation 5 shall not be applicable.

INTAKE CAPACITY

100 students per year intake capacity permitted by CCIM. Click here...