Degree to be awarded: Ayurvedacharya / Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery(B.A.M.S.) Duration of the course: 5 1/2 yrs(4 1/2yrs + 1yr) The course consists of: 1) 1st year Course – 12 months 2) 2nd year Course – 12 months 3) 3rd year Course – 12 months 4) 4th year course – 18 months 5) Internship – 12 months
Total intake of 50 students per year for BAMS course is permitted by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences, Bangalore, and approved by CCIM, Dept. of AYUSH, New Delhi. 40 students are admitted in management quota and 10 students are allotted by Govt of Karnataka through CET.
Eligibility for admission to B.A.M.S. course
1) Candidates who have passed PUC Examination of the PUC education board, Bangalore or any other examination recognized as equivalent therein with English as one of the languages and Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects with not less than 50% of marks in the aggregate of the relevant science subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) of the second year PUC examination only are eligible. Preference will be given to candidates knowing Sanskrit.
2) The candidates who have passed the B.Sc part 1 degree examination of any university or equivalent examination recognized by statutory universities or boards with science subjects namely Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany and Zoology with not less than 50% of marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to 1st BAMS course provided the candidate has passed the PUC examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as one of the languages. 3) The candidates who have passed the B.Sc degree examination of any university in India or recognized as equivalent there to with any three science subjects with not less than 50% of marks in aggregate are eligible to BAMS course. Provided they have passed in deficient science subject(s) namely Physics, Chemistry or Biology (Botany and Zoology) and English as one of the languages at the pre-university or B.Sc. part 1 level. Note: Minimum eligibility marks for SC/ST and OBC students of Karnataka state only is 40% in PCB. Minimum age of the candidate: The candidate should complete 17 years by 31st Dec of the year. Mahatma Gandhiji, the father of the nation, foresaw the need of a common language between the northern, southern and other linguistically divided states of the country in the interest of unity and integration of the nation. Even before Indian independence, as early as 1918, he thought Hindi language spoken by the largest section of the people could be the link language. He formed Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha at Madras(Chennai), in the year 1918, with the noble purpose of propagating Hindi in the southern states of the country. He was the life time president of this esteemed institution, “DAKSHIN BHARAT HINDI PRACHAR SABHA”. Eminent personalities like Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri, Smt Indira Gandhi, Shri Rajiv Gandhi, Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao, Shri. Vektaraman, Justice Rangnath Mishra and Shri. M.V. Rajshekaran have been the past presidents of the sabha. At present Justice Dr. V.S. Malimath serves as the President. Hindi Language became the Official language from the date of commencement of the Constitution of India. Propagation of Hindi in the Southern States was a dire necessity as contemplated in the Articles 343 to 351 of the constitution. With these aims and objectives, and considering the noble work done by Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha from the year 1918, Government of India declared the Institution as an Institution of National Importance by Central Act 14 of 1964.
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