BAMS Course in Karnataka

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BAMS Course

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) is an ayurvedic degree course awarded after the successful completion of the course with a duration of 4.6 years and which includes 1 year of mandatory internship for the practical experience. The program has an all-encompassing idea involving purging of the body poisons, easing of pressure and stresses, the expulsion of pollutants, diminishing the manifestations, increasing the body’s resistance just as the general concordance of life and many more.

The course likewise shows how the training contrasts and Western medication, to clarify contrasts in methodology and ethos. You will likewise find the crucial standards of Ayurveda and how these are utilized to reveal the human body status, especially when it gets imbalanced.

What is the future scope after BAMS?

After BAMS students can go for an MD or MS in Ayurveda. Graduates 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.

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

Course Duration

  • 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. Each candidate should not have an attendance record of less than 75% of the total classes conducted in theory and practical separately in each academic year.

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.

The course is approved by RGUHS which is the statutory body that regulates all the medical colleges in Karnataka. It is taught by experienced teachers who have a 10-year experience in concerned subject out of which there should be five years of teaching experience as a reader/ associate professor in the concerned subject.

For associate professor teaching experience is of five years in the concerned subject.

Average fee structure of BAMS Course:

BAMS Course Fee
Type of College Fees for Government Seats Fees for Private Seats (GMP)
Fees for Private Seats (GMP) INR 25,500 -
Aided College INR 45,500 INR 1,75,000
Private College 6 INR 60,500 INR 1,75,000
BAMS Course Subjects
Padartha Vigyan Evum Ayurveda Itihasa (philosophy And History Of Ayurveda) Padartha Vigyanam Rog-nidan
Maulika Siddhanta Evum Asthanga Hridaya (Basic Principles And Ashtang Hridaya- An Ancient Text Of Ayurveda) Swasthavritta
Agadtantra, Vyavahar-Ayurved Evum Vidhivaidyak (Toxicology, Forensic Medicine And Medical Jurisprudence) Prasuti Tantra Evum Stri Roga
CHARAKA SAMHITA –PURVARDHA (Sutrasthana, Nidanasthana, Vimanasthana, Sharirasthana And Indriyasthana) Charak Samhita (Uttarardha)
Dravyaguna Vijnan (Pharmacology & Materia Medica) Kaumarbhritya Parichaya
Kriya Shareera (Physiology) Research Methodology And Medical Statistics
Rachana Shareera (Anatomy) Shalya Tantra
Dravyaguna Vijnan (Pharmacology & Materia Medica) Kayachikitsa

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The BAMS course in Karnataka includes subjects such as Ayurvedic anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, principles of Ayurveda, surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics, and research methodology.
The BAMS course in Karnataka is a full-time, 5 and half years program, including 1-year internship.
Yes, Graduates of BAMS in Karnataka can pursue higher studies like MD/MS in Ayurveda, which is a postgraduate degree program in Ayurveda.

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