Career in BAMS: Admission, Career Scope & Salary

BAMSBachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) is an integrated Indian Degree in the medical field. This degree programme is conferred to those students who studied the modern medicines and traditional Ayurveda.

Ayurveda is one of the ancient medical systems of the world. It traces its roots to the Vedic period. It is not only providing the cure but also prevent the recurrence of diseases. According to the Ayurvedic, there are only three kinds of dysfunctions or disorders in human body Kapha, Pitta and Vata.

These dysfunctions are commonly called as the Dosha in Ayurvedic terminology. Kapha meant Phlegm (water and earth), Pitta meant Bile (fire & water) and Vata meant Wind (air and space). Ayurvedic says that a person got ill when he gets out of the harmony of said three doshas.

The Ayurvedic system of medical care is based on the concept where the natural healing capacity of the body is being enhanced by the Ayurvedic therapy. The Ayurvedic treatment includes the reducing symptoms, eliminating impurities, reducing worry, increasing resistance of disease and increasing harmony of patient’s life.

The Ayurvedic system is a trustful medical system in order to the cure, prevent and rejuvenate. Yes, it takes more time to make the patient fit as before, but once the patient has been treated through this medical system, he will find him better than before he was.

In short…….

“BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is an undergraduate degree programme in old and ancient Ayurvedic medical system containing the prevention and cure to the body by increasing the harmony of kapha, pitta and vata”.

BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is the opening degree in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery system, treating the humanity since long past.

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Course

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) is a graduate degree course in Ayurvedic system. This degree is awarded after the completion of 5 years and 6 month degree programme containing the 4 and 1/2 year academic session and one year internship programme with live practical.

The UG degree course is separated in three sections of 1.5 years each. These sections called as the three professional courses. In first professional course the students are taught about the anatomy, physiology and history of Ayurvedic system. In second course they are taught about the toxicology and pharmacology and the final course contains the surgery, ENT, skin, obstetrics and gynaecology.

The entire course contains the modern anatomy, principles of medicines, physiology, social and preventive medicines, forensic medicine, principle of surgery, toxicology, ENT, botany and pharmacology. The graduates use the title “Vaidyar” before their name (abbreviation is Vr.)

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Courses after 12th

Specializations:

The specializations in this field are as the following:

  • Padartha Vigyan
  • Sharir Rachana
  • Sharir Kriya
  • Swasth Vritta
  • Rasa Shastra
  • Agad Tantra
  • Rog & Vikriti Vigyan
  • Charak Samhita
  • Prasuti and Stri Roga
  • Kaumara Bhritya
  • Kayachikitsa
  • Shallya Tantra
  • Shalakya Tantra
  • Charak Samhita

Eligibility & Admission

The basic requirement for the eligibility to get the admission to BAMS programme is qualifying the 10+2 examination with science stream. The candidate must have the physics, chemistry and biology in 12th class. The candidate should have to go through the national level entrance examination like NEET 2021 (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test). Candidates also apply for state level examinations such as:

  • OJEE 2021 (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination)
  • KEAM 2021 (Kerala Engineering, Agriculture and Medical)
  • GCET 2021 (Goa Common Entrance Test)
  • BVP CET 2021 (Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test)
  • IPU CET 2021 (Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test)

The selection of the candidate is based on the final merit as the sum of the total numbers obtained in the qualifying examination as 12th and the number scored in the entrance examinations.

Career & Jobs

Day by day, the scope of Ayurvedic is overlapping to the other medical system not only in India but also in the world. In many cases the people have taken the experience for the trustfulness of the Ayurvedic system and medicines treating for the chronic and non-healable disease.

In many cases, when the allopathic system becomes a failure with a particular disease and surrenders, the Ayurvedic medicine does the magical effect to rejuvenate the illness or the patient.

The career opportunity after the completion of BAMS is not only in India but also in foreign countries. Many organizations are working in the manufacturing and research field in abroad are requiring the professional in this field.

The candidate having the BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) degree is eligible to be called as a doctor and eligible to do the private practice.

Job opportunities also exists in government sector. One can get job in government ayurveda hospital as  ayurvedic pharmacist. After the completion of this course, candidates also have opportunity to open their own retail shop of Ayurveda medicines.

Teaching field is also open for BAMS graduates. They can find employment in private and government ayurveda Institutes.

Job profiles:

The job profiles after completing the BAMS programme are as the following:

  • Lecturer
  • Scientist
  • Therapist
  • Category manager
  • Business development officer
  • Sales representatives
  • Product manager
  • Pharmacist
  • Jr. clinical trial coordinator
  • Medical representative
  • Ayurvedic doctor
  • Sales executive
  • Area sales manager
  • Assistant claim manager health
  • Manager – internal audit

Salary

The salary in the medical field is the benchmark for other job profiles in different field. Some universities provide the stipend around 40 thousand to 50 thousand per month to the post-graduate doctors in Ayurvedic field. In the job an Ayurvedic professional may get the salary from Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 50000 according the role and nature of his/her job profile.

Recruiters or Employers:

Here some of the employment areas for the professionals who have done the BAMS programme:

  • Clinical trials
  • Healthcare community
  • Life science industries
  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Education
  • Healthcare IT
  • Insurance
  • On duty doctor
  • Nursing home
  • Spa resort
  • Ayurvedic resort
  • Panchkarma ashram
  • Government/ private hospitals
  • dispensaries
  • colleges
  • research institutes

Books & Study Materials

There are many popular books in market for BAMS. Here, we are providing some books that students may refer to study Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS):

  • Ayurved Sanjivani by Dr. Sanjay Patil
  • A Textbook of Ayurvedic Physiology (Sharir Kriya Vijnana) by Prof. S.B. Kotur, Dr. Shashikala Kotur
  • A Textbook on Salya Tantra by Rajneesh V. Giri
  • Textbook of Rasa Sastra by K. Rama Chandra Reddy
  • A comprehensive guide on Caraka Sahita by Vaidya Vasant Patil
  • A Textbook on Kriya Sharira by Chaukhaba Sanskrit Pratisthan

For any queries regarding Career in BAMS, you may leave your comments below.

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  1. Tapas says:

    Few qts sir, ….
    1) Where is the more job scope in west bengal ? In BAMS or BSc microbiology
    2) which is better to study Bsc microbiology or zoology
    3) After doing Bsc microbiology, can a student study Msc Zoology in west bengal?

  2. Dolkar says:

    Sir,can we take MBBS after BAMS?

  3. Samruddhi says:

    Cut off bams in Maharashtra for govt colleges last year

  4. Anirudh says:

    What should be the minimum marks to get in NEET 2020 to get sheet in best government Ayurveda College in Madhya Pradesh?

  5. Jaikumar Naidu says:

    I wanted to BAMS need guidence

  6. neelambika fatakal says:

    hello, i currently a class 12th student I’m interested in bams,could please help me out with the further details of bams course i mean the future of the bams doctors’ likewise status,salary…..etc since its highly confusion cause my father wants me to do law so please help me out with choosing my carrer line for my better future.

  7. Aishwarya says:

    Sir muze pcb group me 45% hai kya muze bams seat mil sakti hai?

  8. kishor says:

    How to take admission in bams..
    Is there any entrance exam??

  9. shani shukla says:

    Sir mane 12th pcm grp se kiya or ab mai doctor line mai aana chahta hu to usek liye hame kon si padhai krni hogi

  10. arjun aanjna says:

    BAMS cours much scop in medical feild

  11. GOVIND KUMAR says:

    I have science stream in 12th class but not biology as a subject. Now i am pursuing B.Sc. (H.) chemistry from DU. This degree has biology as a subject. Can i do BAMS after bsc. degree?

  12. SUCHETA says:

    I AN PASS BAMS , NOW CAN I GET ADMISSION TO MD OR MS ANY BRANCH IN ALOPATHY ?

  13. suman says:

    I got 320 marks in paet.my category rank is14 ( 183 ) and paet rank is 1127.i got 91.7 % marks in + 2.can I get govt or management seat for bams admission in punjab.

  14. Satya prakash singh says:

    I m Indian soldier I want become a doctor.Give guideline how can I do it.

  15. IMAMUDDIN ANSARI says:

    very well to know about the BAMS course

  16. fardeen khan says:

    Marks require to do BAHS in NEET for open category pl plz tell me

  17. Angad says:

    I Want to be a good BAMS doctor.

  18. Chandrabose Mampozhil K Nair says:

    Ultimately this is the only one and old treatment from the Vedic to till date to cure from the illness as well helps to prevent reoccurrence. I have fully belief in Ayurveda.

  19. sushil bava says:

    After BAMS gov hospital also medical officer

  20. Swetha says:

    I got 162 in MHCET 2016,my 12th % is 84.92,PCB score is 239 and I’m belongs to SBC……am I eligible for govt. seat of BAMS in mumbai…??

  21. Swetha says:

    I got 162 marks in MHCET 2016,my 12th % is 84.92,my PCB marks r 239 and am belongs to SBC…can I get seat for BAMS in mumbai….???

  22. arunima says:

    bams or bhams is btr option having scope these days?

    • arunima says:

      BAMS or BHMS is btr to select to become as a doctor..? which provide more scope? completed 12 .. qualified neet2 2016.. want take admission in any medical stream in kerala.. keam rank was 10152.. belongs to obc..

      • Sarvgyan Team says:

        Both are good, you can’t compare both fields of study, as they treatment process and medication is different. BHMS is a trending nowadays because of its no side effects. On the other hand BAMS is a very old and proven field of study.

  23. Poojitha D.S says:

    is bams or B.Sc Ag right option after 12th

  24. Sonali Ghegadmal says:

    I hv Scored 79 in MHT-CET & belong to SC category will get admission in bams or bhms clg..??I’m hving doubt that bams is in sanskrit means all syllabus r in sanskrit..??Does an English medium student who doesn’t know sanskrit will be able to do bams..?? i will be thank full to u as soon as u reply to my doubts and request!!!

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      sanskrit means, you will be taught in that language and your syllabus will be of that also.

      • Sonali Ghegadmal says:

        I’m not getting u sir..!!plz explain me in detail.

      • Sarvgyan Team says:

        It depend from university to university, In Delhi university it is taught in Hindi, in Gujarat university it is taught in Gujarati, the terminology of BAMS course is in Sanskrit, so you have to learn all those terms and you can translate that to your local language (Marathi or english) for your better understanding.

  25. Rajeev says:

    Take addition bams

  26. JITENDRA says:

    I COMPLETED 12 FROM COMMERCE, I M ELIGBLE FOR THIS COURSE . IS ANY ONE TELL ME

  27. shahi says:

    sir,is BAMS OR BDS right option after 12?please help

  28. Karan rajput says:

    I want admission in BAMS college without entrance Exams…pls tell me good collage fore me. .

  29. Jaydeep gambhava says:

    B.A.M.S. doctor after???

  30. Sneha says:

    I got 61.8% in 12th and 55.5% (PCB) is there any chance of direct admission in any good college. I belong to st category student. And if not then can u please suggest some of the state based exam for BAMS course. thank you!

  31. sai kiran says:

    Please tell me the top colleges in telangana

  32. yashawant saad says:

    nice
    very nice

    i like this very much

  33. akanksha says:

    can addmission on ayurvedic colleges be done on basis of neet

  34. Tanvi Patil says:

    I want admission in bams course in management quota in the best lowest budget..can anybody help me with this

  35. Ravi chandra says:

    Now I am 11th ,iwant to become an bams doctor

  36. happy says:

    pl advise me for the admission in bams, fee, counsling

  37. tanushree mahadik says:

    it’s nc option fr an better future…

  38. surraiya banu says:

    give me information about clg’s they are near shimoga or davanagere…..

  39. hai says:

    mysister completes first year bsc.in[PME].now she wants to join BAMS.so pls give me some infrmation about this course…..

  40. akshitha says:

    i got ismh rank 36176 in kcet 2016 can i get ayurvedic seat in karnataka and i m sc

  41. Naman Verma says:

    U good, be good

  42. Mukul khare says:

    i want to become a bams docter

  43. himanshu rathour says:

    I wanT to be bams docter please give me some advise please

  44. sahil verma says:

    If I clear any test of mbbs in case of doing BAMS. …..so can I go for doing MBBS..????

  45. sujit zade says:

    It’s a good

  46. rutuja gaikwad says:

    Can bams will able to do for a student who get 82 in cet?

  47. Saravana prakash says:

    i m confused aboit medicine is it useful??

  48. Gayathri says:

    Thanku so much. . .

  49. bodu deepali says:

    Can a bams is able to do modern practice in telangana state,in Maharashtra a bams can do modern n ayurvedic practice both ….is it the same in telangana state

  50. Bhairav S Mali says:

    I like it ayurvedic medical field

  51. soyebsiddiqui says:

    Pls tell me
    The best collage for it’s

  52. Ravi Shanker Pandey says:

    I like Ayurvedic Chikitsa ….because all treatment in Ayurveda not in modern

  53. soleha khan says:

    I like it.lot of motivation BAMS medical course is like a family which teach as the speaclity of nature and love to our god gift which safe human life without any profit

  54. Parvesh khatri says:

    I m still confused. Whether to go for BAMS or MBBS my heart says do bams but mind says go for mbbs. Is bams a safe feild……. people say “who goes to an ayurvedic doc. They have no work to do” i hope these people are wrong…….

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      BAMS is good but not as much as compare to MBBS. The MBBS has more opportunity than other medical courses. And last: listen to your brain not heart because heart has no brain.

  55. Sourabh Mahapatra says:

    Good… information.. Feeling updated by knowing about BAMS

  56. Sabin.M says:

    l am like it.please give the admission on BAMS

  57. Aman yadav(bams) says:

    Can I take admission after class 12th and which college is Best plz mention some names and will be it’s fees.

  58. Dharmendra singh says:

    I do want ayurvedic treatment

  59. N.S.Rajput says:

    nice to know new information.

  60. Vinod Tandale says:

    Can ayurvedic graduate prefixes title Dr. In front of his name.

  61. SHARU says:

    nice article….made a good impression about BAMS.can you plz tell which are the best colleges in India for BAMS.

  62. Guess me says:

    Cn i take admission in BAMS after BA 1st year??

  63. sourav bag says:

    BAMS courses fess??

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Every college has different fees for BAMS.

      • Vaibhav pardeshi says:

        I get 44% in PCB in MHT-CET and 67% in 12th .. And my 12th exam PCB score is 225.. My categorie is NT(C) .. So im eligible to study for BAMS

  64. Pradeep kumar says:

    Bams ka fee

  65. Dilbar khan says:

    I love ayurvedic t ment

  66. Akhlaqur Rahman says:

    Is it a safe stream ????

  67. shravan says:

    Can we join mbbs after BAMS

  68. GEETHA MANEY says:

    INTRESTED IN AYURVEDA MEDICINE ‘N NICE TO LEARN MORE ABT IT.

  69. Arunesh Mishra says:

    I like it

  70. komal chouhan says:

    Great to know about bams

  71. sushama mandal says:

    I like it

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