BAMS Dircet Admissions in Uttar Pradesh
B.A.M.S Course Duration:
The BAMS course duration is 4 and half years. The Ayurvedic Education in India is currently monitored by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), which is a statutory Central Government body.
Course Duration: 4½ Years
Course Type: Undergraduate Course
Eligibility Criteria: 10+2 passed with PCB subjects
Qualification Awarded: Bachelor’s Degree
After passing final BAMS final examination, every student will be required to undergo the compulsory and rotational One Year BAMS internship. During the period of BAMS internship, the Internee shall be entrusted with the clinical responsibilities under the supervision of Ayurvedic Teacher or Senior Medical Officers only.
The BAMS Internship program gives students the basic knowledge in different subjects along with practical training.
Ayurveda mostly focuses on natural cures as well as lifestyle changes to cure ailments. The course covers those topics in detail and helps train students to use those very solutions to solve modern day diseases also!
In the first year, non-clinical subjects are taught. In second year, subjects like Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Charaka and Toxicology are taught. Some important subjects taught during third year are- Pathology, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Pediatrics. Some important subjects taught during last one and a half year are- Ayurvedic Surgery, Panchkarma and General Medicine. The last year is dedicated towards Internship.
BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) syllabus and important subjects:
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