Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery is a graduate degree. B.A.M.S is the shortened form of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery. The program is having a duration of 5 ½ years including a one-year internship program. The Central Council of Indian Medicine observes Indian Ayurvedic Education. CCIM is a statutory Central Government Body. Currently, there are 154 recognized Undergraduate and 33 Postgraduate B.A.M.S institutes in India. Once an aspirant completes the B.A.M.S program from a recognized university, they will be known as ‘Ayurvedacharya’. The syllabus of this course is a mixture of integrated topics of modern medicine and traditional Ayurveda. Many institutes in India offer the program. Those who have a strong belief in Indian traditional Ayurvedic system and want to know more about it can study the program.
Advantages or Benefits of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery
B.A.M.S holder can practice any where in the country. They are qualified to register in the Central State Government Ayurvedic boards.
Ayurvedic products are very poplar in abroad. Patients are getting relief from their sickness by using the Ayurvedic medicines. There is an increase in the employment of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery.
B.A.M.S aspirants can work in work in different medical setups like hospitals, Ayurveda clinics, and Ayurveda medicine manufacturing units, Ayurveda Spa centers and many more.
There is no side effect for the herbal medicines if used properly. The medicines are also harmless, thereby, making this field profitable similar to other fields of medicine.
Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery
The qualification needed for the B.A.M.S program is a pass in an 12 th program with Chemistry, Biology & Physics with 50% of Marks. The candidate must pass 10 +2 from a recognized board. The minimum age limit is 17 years.