The Karnataka Government conducts the state-level medical counselling for BAMS and other major medical courses. Applicants who want to get BAMS admission in Karnataka and have appeared for NEET are eligible to take part in this State Level Counselling.
Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of medicine and traces its roots to Vedic times. It is based on the curative properties of herbs and its medicines are known for the natural elements that they contain.
Considered as an elective strategy for treatment, the Ayurveda medication framework fixes and forestalls an affliction as well as decreases the recurrence with which illnesses enter a human body. It uses oneself to recuperate the arrangement of the body.
As of now, this elective technique for mending is being acknowledged by individuals around the world. Indeed, even the World Health Organization has given an overall gathering of advancing conventional medication frameworks, for example, Ayurveda. Along these lines, Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) as a course has opened up many promising open doors for understudies.
Counselling will be held right after the completion of NEET 2021 and the admission starts in October.
|BAMS Admission in Karnataka Highlights|
|Eligibility Criteria||10+2 pass +Entrance exam score|
|Subjects||Physics, Chemistry & Biology + Sanskrit|
|Minimum Marks (percentage)||50%|
|Minimum Age||17 years|
|Counselling Schedule||October 2021|
Here are the few steps of the admission process for BAMS
NTA, the conducting body of the entrance exam NEET has not yet declared any official dates, still, NEET 2021 enrollments may commence shortly.
|Registration Process||Last Week of December 2020|
|Last Date of the Registration||Last Week of January 2021|
|Admit Card Availability||April 2021|
|NEET 2021||May 2021|
|Counselling||2nd June of 2021|
Not all colleges in Karnataka require BAMS Entrance Exam. According to CCIM (Central Council of Indian Medicine), any private BAMS college can avail 15% of total allotted seats for direct admission purposes.
Students’ can apply in the BAMS programme after high school or as a transfer student in any of the Ayurvedic colleges in Karnataka. Ayurvedic colleges bring traditional medical treatment with a modern touch into the classroom and studying here will provide the students with a practical, interactive medical education.
Students will study metaphysical Aspects of Ayurveda, Modern Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Chemistry & Pharmacy, Ayurvedic Pharmacology, Pathology and Diagnostic Procedure, etc after their admission in BAMS Course in Karnataka.
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