Muniyal Ayurveda Group Institutions

0820 257 2819

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34-C, Shivally Industrial Area, Manipal, Udupi, Karnataka 576104

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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

B.A.M.S.

B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery)

Our college is training students for the B.A.M.S degree course according to the syllabus of the Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi. B.A.M.S. degree holders are eligible for registration at the Central or the State Ayurveda Boards. Their status is at par with any other Medical Graduate in India. They are also eligible for appointments in the Central or State Government Public Health and Ayurveda services.

Mode of Selection:

The selection of the candidates is based on merit,
i.e. the percentage of marks obtained in the 10+2
(PUC/HSC/equivalent) examination in the subjects
Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Fees

Fee structure is according to the guidelines set
by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences,
Bangalore and students will be informed at the
time of interview.

Duration: 5 ½ Years

1st Professional Course – 12 months
2nd Professional Course – 12 months
3rd Professional Course – 12 months
4th  Professional Course – 1 ½ Years
Internship – 12 months


Principal-message

Eligibility for Admission
Admission to B.A.M.S. degree course is open to students who have passed the second year of the Pre-University examination of the Karnataka P.U. Board or any other equivalent examination recognised by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects. The candidates should have obtained at least 50% marks in aggregate in the PCB optionals in the second year of PUC examination.

  • Candidate should be qualified in National Entrance Test (NEET).
  • SC/ST candidates will be given a relaxation of 5 marks in the optional.
  • All admissions made by the college to first year of the B.A.M.S. course are provisional, subject to the approval of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka and the institution is not responsible for any loss in this behalf. Out-of-state students should obtain eligibility certificate from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka within the last date of admission fixed by the University. The office will arrange for this.

 

Eligibility Criteria for Foreign / SAARC / NRI Students

  1. The candidates should have completed 17 years of age, as on 31st December of the year of  admission.
  2. Candidate should be qualified in National Entrance Test (NEET).
  3. Candidates should have passed their qualifying examination under 10+2 pattern, or any other pattern of 12 year schooling (Candidates who have passed 10+1 exam of 11 year duration are not eligible)
  4. There should be a specific mention of the subject ‘English’ in the marks sheet. Just “Foreign Language” mentioned in the marks sheet, will be a disqualification for
  5. The candidates who have passed the subject “Physical Science” comprising the subjects Physics and Chemistry, cannot be accepted as equivalent to the individual subjects Physics and Chemistry [Except south Africa Countries)
  6. In case of candidates who have passed the 11th & 12th Grade examinations and declared their result on the basis of marks obtained in the 11th & 12th Grades put together such students should have studied and passed the subjects English, Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Mathematics / Computer Science / Electronics both in the 11th Grade & 12th Grades to be eligible for issue of ‘eligibility certificates’.
  7. All foreign national students shall produce along with their applications, the conduct certificate issued by the Head of the School from which they passed the qualifying examination for issue of eligibility
  8. The candidates shall submit the marks sheets in the format prescribed duly bearing authenticated signature of the examination conducting authority. The marks sheets such as “Provisional Marks Sheet” or “Statement of Result Sheet” submitted by them as  marks sheets are not acceptable for issue of eligibility
  9. The documents such as Marks Sheets, Passports, Date of Birth which are submitted for the first time with their applications shall be considered and based on these documents their eligibility will be determined and communicated. The documents effecting corrections / change of particulars, received thereafter will not be                     will not be considered.
  10. In respect of students to whom certain grades are awarded for the subjects passed in the qualifying examination by the examining body and, if the range of marks has been indicated for those grades, the mean (average) shall be taken into consideration for assessing Example : If a students’ grade in the subject is “B” and Grade “B” is explained as being in range of 60 to 70 marks, the mean marks will be 65, which shall be taken for the purpose of calculation and to determine the eligibility.
  11. The documents like Marks Sheets, Transfer Certificates, Degree / Diploma Certificates, Date of Birth etc., which are in the languages other than English shall be translated into English and certified by a competent authority, shall be furnished to the University to consider the eligibility

Career options after B.A.M.S.

Operational

  • Own enterprise (Ayurvedic Clinics, Nursing Homes)
  • Industry Positions
  • Ayurvedic Hospitals
  • Ayurvedic Medicine manufacturing units
  • Cultivation of Herbal gardens by availing various schemes

Academic

  • Faculty in Ayurvedic Colleges
  • Higher Studies
  • Consultancy in India and abroad
  • Research in Ayurveda

INTAKE CAPACITY – 100 students per year is the intake capacity permitted by CCIM.