BAMS Course in Bangalore

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BAMS Course

The duration of the BAMS course in Bangalore is 5 and a half years, followed by a one-year compulsory rotating Internship. The course has been divided into four phases plus internship.

  • Professional – Twelve (12) months
  • Professional - Twelve (12) months.
  • Professional - Twelve (12) months
  • Professional - Eighteen (18) months .
  • Compulsory Internship- Twelve (12) months.

The medium of instruction will either be English or Kannada. Students should not have an attendance record of less than 75% of the total classes conducted in theory and practical separately in each academic year.

What is the career scope after BAMS?

After BAMS students study either MD or MS in Ayurveda or go for a diploma which for some college is also 2 years. They can also pursue higher studies in many medical-related disciplines like Master’s in Public Health, Master’s in Health Administration, Post Graduate Diploma in Emergency Medicine and many other postgraduate courses.

Below given is a comprehensive list of BAMS Subjects taught during the curriculum:

BAMS Course in Bangalore Subjects
BAMS Course in Bangalore Syllabus
Shareera Kriya (human Physiology)
Padartha Vigyana Avum Ayurveda Ithihasa (Fundamentals Of Ayurveda )
Astanga Hridaya (Basic Concepts Of Ayurveda)
Sanskrit (Language)
Dravyaguna Vigyan (Pharmacology And Materia Medica)
Rasashastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical Science)
Agada Tantra & Vyavahara Ayurveda (Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology)
Charaka Samhita-poorvardha
Roganidhan Vikruthi Vigyan (Pathology & Microbiology)
Swastha Vritta (Preventive & Social Medicine)
Charaka Samhita - Uttarardha
Prasoothi Tantra & Streeroga (Obg)
Koumarabhritya (Pediatrics)
Prasoothi Tantra & Streeroga (Obg)
Shalya Tantra (Surgery)
Shalakya Tantra (Eye & Ent)
Kayachikitsa (General Medicine)
Panchakarma
Research Methodology & Medical Statistics

The compulsory internship will start after passing the final examination. And the period will be 1 year. To study Ayurveda it is not necessary to sit for entrance exams as there are colleges that accept BAMS Admission without NEET.

After the successful completion of the prescribed course of study over the prescribed period including the six months/ once a year of compulsory internship after the final examination, the student will be awarded the BAMS degree.

All the courses are approved by the government of Karnataka. They are taught by the experienced professors who bring something new in the classroom to main the concentration of the students. As a result of their quality teaching methods students wishes to get enrolled in these colleges. This has a positive impact on BAMS Colleges in Bangalore Ranking.

For more details on BAMS Admission in Bangalore visit IESOnline.

Interested students need to qualify 10+2 with 50% in PCB and entrance exam (if necessary) and should be 17 years of age
The subjects are: KRIYA SHAREERA (PHYSIOLOGY), RACHANA SHAREERA (ANATOMY), KAYACHIKITSA, SHALYA TANTRA, etc.
No, not all colleges require entrance examination, some institutes take direct admission.
Fee for government colleges are Rs 25,000 and for private it is Rs 45,500.

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