BAMS 2019: Have you ever thought of making your career in Ayurveda Field? If yes, then BAMS Course 2019 will be best to choose a career option. BAMS is an acronym for “Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery. The Course Duration of BAMS 2019 is five and a half years including a one-year Internship. This is a Graduate Course Program which offers a good career scope in Ayurveda, and Medicine Field. In order to apply for BAMS Admission 2019, the applicant has to satisfy the eligibility conditions. In India, there are over 394 colleges in India that offer BAMS Courses. Thus, in this article, we will talk about the BAMS Course Program, Eligibility, Application Form, List of Colleges, Career Scope and much more.

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About the Course- BAMS 2019

The Bachelors of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery is a Graduate Course Program. The Duration of the Course Program is Five and a Half Year Course. At the end of the course program, Internship of 1-Year will be conducted. The main objective of the course is to provide basic education in Ayurveda. The education program will include basic fundamental subjects including practical training. The BAMS 2019 is a combination of modern medicine and traditional Ayurveda. So, now that you have got an idea of BAMS 2019, Course Structure, we will now discuss the eligibility and colleges.

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List of the Colleges that offer BAMS 2019 – Admission

In India, there are over 394 (approx) number of Institutes that offers BAMS Admission 2019. But, we have listed some of the top colleges that offer admission to Bachelors of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery. The average course tuition fee charged in India ranges between Rs 3000 (for Government Institutes and Colleges) and 12 Lacs (for Private Institutes).

Hence, some of the Top Institutes in India are as follows-

Name of the InstituteStateAverage Tuition Fees (Per Annum)
Baba Farid University of Health SciencesFaridkot, Punjab18, 000/-
Maharashtra University of Health SciencesNashik, Maharashtra 21, 231/-
Datta Meghe Institute of Medical SciencesNagpur, Maharashtra24, 10, 000/-
Jupiter Ayurved Medical CollegeNagpur, Maharashtra1,02, 000/-
Bharathi Vidyapeeth UniversityPune, Maharashtra2, 40, 000/-
Banaras Hindu UniversityVaranasi, Uttar Pradesh11, 970/-
Ayush and Health Science UniversityRaipur Chhatisgarh23, 390/-
National Institute of TechnologyDimapur, Nagaland79, 500/-
Desh Bhagat UniversityGobindgarh, Punjab2, 00, 000/-
Gujarat Ayurved UniversityJamnagar, Gujarat2500/-
Santhigiri Siddha Medical CollegeThiruvananthapuram, Kerala1, 14, 000/-
Dr. DY Patil UniversityNavi Mumbai, Maharashtra2, 73, 000/-
Dr. NTR University of Health SciencesVijayawada, Andhra Pradesh21, 600/-
Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tercentenary UniversityGurgaon, Haryana3, 91, 000/-
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Amritapuri CampusKollam, Kerala2, 02, 000/-
Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Viswa MahavidyalayaKanchipuram, Tamil Nadu2, 52, 000/-
Himachal Pradesh UniversityShimla, Himachal Pradesh13, 383/-
Shobhit UniversityGangoh, Uttar Pradesh2, 50, 000/-
Goutham CollegeBangalore, Karnataka40, 000/-
AVS Ayurveda MahavidyalayaBijapur, Karnataka37, 180/-

BAMS 2019 – Eligibility Criteria

Well, to get admission in BAMS 2019, it is very much necessary to satisfy the eligibility conditions. The Eligibility Criteria of BAMS 2019 includes Age-Limit, Nationality, and Educational Qualifications. Thus, the eligibility conditions for BAMS Admission 2019 are as follows-

Age -Limit and Nationality

  • The Nationality of the Candidate must be Indian.
  • The minimum age of the applicant must be 17 years as on 31st December 2019 (academic year of the admission)
  • The Upper Age limit of the Candidate must not be more than 45 years.

Educational Qualifications

  • The Applicant must have completed 10+2 years or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.
  • You need to have Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, and Sanskrit as compulsory subjects.

BAMS 2019 – Selection Procedure

The BAMS 2019 Admission Process may vary from College to College. Some of the Institutes conducts separate Entrance Examinations followed by an Interview Round and some of the Institutes/Colleges selects the candidates on the basis of the 10+2 scores.

You can also get admission in BAMS 2019 through NEET 2019 Exam which will take place on 5th May 2019.

List of Entrance Exams for BAMS

As we have mentioned in the earlier section, there are some Institutes that conduct their separate entrance examination. These entrance examination will comprise of the questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Hence, on the basis of the scores that they have obtained in the exam, will be considered for the BAMS Admission 2019. Thus, below we have mentioned some of the Entrance Exams that offers Admissions to BAMS 2019 Course.

Name of the Entrance Examination (for BAMS 2019)Conducting Institute for BAMS Admission 2019
AP EAMCETAndhra Pradesh Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test
Assam CEEAssam Combined Entrance Exam
TS EAMCETTelangana Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test

BAMS 2019 – Course Structure and Syllabus

The BAMS is a five and half year course program with one year of mandatory internship. The Course covers the study of Integrated system of Modern Medicine and Traditional Ayurveda. The Degree Course is of Five and Half Years including one year of Internship. The Degree Course covers the study of Modern Anatomy, Physiology, Principles of Medicine, Social, and Preventive Medicine, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Forensic Medicine, Botany, ENT, Principles Of Surgery etc. along with Ayurveda Topics.

Course Structure of BAMS 2019 –

  • The Bachelors of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery (BAMS) is a five-year graduation course program.
  • Along with the five-year course program, a one-year Internship Program is included.
  • The Complete Course Structure of BAMS 2019 is divided into three professional semesters.
  • Each semester is of 1.5 years.
  • Each Subject Course comprises of a Theory Paper and a Practical Paper.

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BAMS 2019 – Syllabus

So, if you are planning for studying BAMS 2019, then you can check out the syllabus of all the professional course subjects here. Hence, the BAMS Syllabus 2019 is as follows-

First Professional Syllabus and Reference Books (1.5 Years)

Name of the Course SubjectCourse Structure of the SubjectReference Books 
Sanskrit and Samhit

Paper-I Vyakaranam

Paper-II Vaidya Sadavrittam

  • Two Theory Papers of 100 marks each.
  • Practical/Viva Voce – 50 marks
  • Lectures – 150 Hours
  • Laghu Siddhanta Kaumudi
  • Anuvada Chandrika  – Chakradhara Hansa Nautiyal
  • Sanskrita Ayurveda Sudha – Dr. B.L Gaur
  • Ayurvediya Hitopdesha – Vaidya Ranjit Rai Desai
  • Panchatantram – Aprikshitkarkam
Padartha Vigyana (Ayurvedic Philosophy)

Paper -I Padartha Vigyanam

Paper-II Pramana/Pariksha Vigyanniyam (Epistemology)

  • Two Theory Papers of 100 marks each
  • Practical/Viva Voce – 50 marks
  • Lectures – 150 Hours
  • Practicals and Demonstrations – 30 Hours
  • Padartha Vigyan – Acharya Ramraksha Pathak
  • Ayurved Darshan – Archaya Rajkumar Jain
  • Padartha Vigyana- Balwant Shashtri
  • Padartha Vigyana- Dr. Shailaja Srivastava
Ayurved Itihas (History of Ayurveda)
  • One Theory Paper- 100 Marks
  • Lectures – 60 Hours
  • Upodghata of Rasa Yogasagar- Vaidya Hariprapanna Sharma
  • Ayurveda ka Itihas – Kaviraj Suram Chand
  • A short history of Aryan Medical Science – Bhagwat Singh
  • Hindu Medicine – Zimer
  • Ancient Scientist – Dr. O.P Jaggi
Ashtanga Hridaya (Sutrasthan)One Paper Theory – 100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce – 50 Marks

Lectures- 60 Hours

  • Ashtanga Hridayam – prof. Banwari Lal Gaur
  • Ashtanga Hridayam by Vagbhata – Dr. Bulusu Sitaram
  • Ashtanga Hridayam bu Vagbhata – Dr. T.Sreekumar
Rachna Sharira (Anatomy)Two Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce- 200 Marks

Lectures- 210 Hours

Practicals – 210 Hours

  • Brihat Shariram- Vaidyaratna P.S Varrier
  • Manava Sharir (Revised Edition)- Prof. Dinkar Govind Thatte
  • Regional Anatomy- B.D Chaurasia
  • Manual of Practical Anatomy- Cunningham Practical Manual (Vol-1, Vol-2, Vol-3)
Kriya Sharir (Physiology)Two Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce- 100 Marks

Lectures- 210 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations – 90 Hours

  • Ayurveda Kriya Sharir – Vd. Ranjeet Roy
  • Dosha Dhatu Mala Vigyana- Shankar Gangadhar Vigyana
  • Tridosha Vigyana – Shri Upendranath Das
  • Physiology- Gyton
  • Kriya Sharir – Prof. Yogesh Chandra Mishra

Second Professional Syllabus and Reference Books (1.5 Years)

Name of the Course SubjectCourse Structure of the SubjectReference Books 
Charaka Samhita (A Classical Text of Ayurveda)One Theory Paper – 100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce – 50 Marks

Lectures – 100 Hours

  • Charaka Samhita- Chakrapani Tika (Sanskrit Commentary)
  • Charaka Samhita-  (English Commentary) by Dr. Ram Karan Sharma.
  • Charaka Samhita (Hindi Commentary) Dr. Ravi Tripathy or Dr. Brahmananda Tripathy
Svasthavritta Yoga (Personal and Social Hygiene including dietetics)Two Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 Marks

Lectures – 180 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations- 50 Hours

  • Swasthiya Vigyan -Dr. Bhaskar Govind Ghanekar
  • Yoga and Ayurveda-Dr. Ramkumar Jain
  • Swasthvrittam – Dr. Brahmananda Tripathi
  • Prakritic Chikitsa Vidhi – Sharda Prasad
  • The Foundations of Contemporary Yoga – R.H Singh
  • Positive Health- Dr. L.P Gupta
Dravyaguna Vigyan (Materia Medica of Ayurveda)Two Theory Papers- 100 Marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 200 Marks

Lectures – 180 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations – 90 Hours

  • Abhinav Buti Darpan (Vol1 and 2)- Vd. Roop Lal Vaishya
  • Classical Uses of Medicinal Plants – Acharya Priyavrata Sharma)
  • Materia Medica – Acharya Ghosh
  • Text Book of Pharmacognosy – Trees and Vallis
Rasa Shastra avam Bhaisajya Kalpana (Pharmaceuticals of Ayurveda)Two Theory Papers- 100 Marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 Marks

Lectures – 180 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations – 90 Hours

  • Adytan Rasa Shashtra – R.K Goyal
  • Paka Darpana -Dr. Indradev Tripathi
  • Rasa Bindu – Dr. Sanjay Sharma
  • Rasa Shastra (English)- Prof. Damodar Joshi
  • Vaidyaka Paribhasha Pradipa – Dr. K Ramchandra Reddy
  • Dr. P. Suresh
Agadatantra, Vyavaharayurveda, and Vidhi Vaidyaka (Jurisprudence and Toxicology)One Paper Theory-100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 Marks

Lectures- 100 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations- 50 Hours

  • Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology – Modi
  • Visha Chikitsha – Dr. Balakrishna Nair
  • Kautilya Arthashastra (English) -Prof. Kangle
Nidan/ Vikriti Vigyana (Pathology)/Nadi Pariksa (Pulse Diagnosis)One Paper Theory-100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 Marks

Lectures- 100 Hours

Practicals and Demonstrations- 50 Hours

Third Professional – Syllabus, and Books (1.5 Years)

Name of the Course/SubjectCourse StructureReference Books 
Charaka SamhitaOne Theory Paper -100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce- 50 Marks

Lectures- 100 Hours

  • Charaka Samhita – Chakrapani Tika (Sanskrit Commentary)
  • Charaka Samhita – (English Commentary)- Dr. Ram Karan Sharma  and V.d Bhagwan Dash or Acharya Priyavrata Sharma
  • Charaka Samhita – (Hindi Commentary)- Prof. Gorakhnath Chaturvedi and Kashinath Shashtri


Kaya ChikitshaThree Theory Papers- 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 150 marks

Lectures – 300 Hours

Hospital Training- 9 Months

  • Yogratnakar (English)- Dr. Nirmal Saxsena
  • Chakradutta (English) – Dr. Jagdishwar Prasad Tripathi
  • Vaidya Jeevan -Lolimbaraja
  • Panchakarma Chikitsa Vigyan – Dr. R.A Prasad and Dr. G.K Gujjar
  • The science of Longevity by Ayurveda – Prof. Subhash Ranade
Shalakya TantraTwo Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 marks

Lectures- 210 Marks

Hospital Training – 4 Months


  • Shalakya Tantra – Dr. Rama Nath Dwivedi
  • Shalakya Vigyan- Dr. Ravindra Chandra Chowdhury
  • Netra Roga Vigyan- Dr. Hans Raj
  • Shalakhya Tantra – Shiv Nath Khanna
ShalyaTwo Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 marks

Lectures- 210 Hours

Hospital Training – 6 Months

  • The Surgical Instruments of Hindus- Grinidranath Mukhopadhyay
  • Shalya Vigyan (Part I and II)- Dr. Surendra Kumar Sharma
  • Undergraduates Surgery – A.K Nan
Prasuti Tantra Evum Stri RogaTwo Theory Papers – 100 marks each

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 marks

Lectures- 150 Hours

Hospital Training – 3 Months

  • Prasuti Vigyan- Manjari Dwivedi
  • Stri Roga Chikitsha – J.S Chauhan
  • Ayurvedic Concepts of Gynaecology – Vaidya Nirmala Joshi
KaumarbhrityaOne Paper Theory- 100 Marks

Practical/Viva Voce – 100 marks

Lectures- 90 Hours

Hospital Training – 1 Month

  •  Essential Paedriatrics – O.P Ghai
  • Clinical Methods in Paedriatrics – Meherban Singh
  • Text Book on Paedriatrics – Nelsen.

After the completion of the Graduation Course, there will be one year of Internship. The Internship is mandatory for all the candidates who have taken this course. Only after the completion of the Internship Program, candidates can receive their Graduation Degree Certificate.

BAMS 2019 – Career Prospects

Well, after the completion of Bachelors in Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery, applicants can have many job opportunities as well as further study opportunities. Candidates can either go for higher studies or apply for Jobs in various profile related to BAMS 2019.

A BAMS Graduate can be hired in both Government and Private Ayurveda Clinics such as Ayurveda Drug Specialist or may pursue private practice. You can also go for other jobs sectors which include Healthcare Community, Insurance, Life Sciences, and Pharma Industry. Graduates can be hired in following job profiles like- Category Manager, Medical Representative, Business Development Officer, Sales Representative, Assistant Claims Manager, Pharmacist, Product Manager, Jr. Clinical Trial Co-ordinator etc.

Ayurvedacharya is the credential given to the beneficiary of the degree, and the degree holders can prefix the title Vaidyar (Vr.) before their name. In India, a BAMS Graduate will be a offered a monthly average salary ranging from Rs 40, 000 to Rs 50, 000.

Higher Study Opportunites after BAMS 2019

After completion of BAMS 2019, the Graduate Can pursue Post-Graduation as well as Diploma Courses after BAMS.

List of the Following Post-Graduate Courses Available in India 

  • Masters of Business Administration in Health Care Management/ Hospital Management/Ayurveda Pharmacy.
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Emergency Medicine
  • Masters in Public Health
  • Masters of Business Administration in Medicinal Marketing
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Panchkarma
  • Master of Surgery in Prasutitntra, and Stree Rog/ Shalakya Tantra/ Shalya Tantra
  • M.Sc in Anatomy/ Physiology/Microbiology
  • M.Sc in Biotechnology/ Bio-Informatics/ Health Sciences

List of the BAMS 2019 Diploma Courses Available in India 

  • Diploma in Ayurvedic Pharmacy
  • Ayurveda Nursing and Pharmacy
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • and Yogic Sciences
  • Panchakarma
  • Candidates can also do Diploma in Herbal Medicinal Manufacturing.

Not only this, but Ayurveda Students can also go for Ph.D. Courses in Non-Ayurvedic Subjects such as – Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry etc.

BAMS 2019 Job Profile, Description, Average Annual Salary

Job TitleJob DescriptionAverage Annual Salary (in INR)
Category ManagerA Retail Category Manager stays in store-in charge and visually promotes, evaluates, administrates, and offers special types of Therapies. The category manager also manages in-store merchandise.Rs 2,90, 354 – Rs 9,53,282
Medical RepresentativeThe Medical Representative has to sell and promote their company’s product either pharmaceutical drugs or medical equipment.Rs 2, 71, 475 – Rs 8, 88, 440
Ayurvedic DoctorEmploys Natural Remedies to help the patients. The Ayurvedic Professionals leads to dietary propensities, lifestyle choices, and resulting states of mind.Rs 2, 84, 900 – Rs 10, 41, 283


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Course Highlights of BAMS 2019

The Highlights of Bachelors of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery are as follows-

Name of the CourseBAMS in Ayurvedic Medical Sciences
Level of the CourseGraduate
Time Duration of the CourseFive Years (Includes 1 Year Internship)
StreamAyurvedic Medical Sciences
Examination TypeYearly/ Semester
Eligibility of the CourseMust have passed 10+2 Exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Sanskrit as their main subjects.
Admission ProcessDepends on the Institute – (Entrance Exam/Basis of 10+2 Marks)
Average Course Fee Structure3 Lacs to 15 Lacs/ Annum
Average Starting Salary2.5 Lacs to 12.5 Lacs
Top Recruiting CompaniesHealth Care/Dabur/University of Madras/ Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Himalaya Firms etc.

BAMS Course 2019, refers to Bachelor in Ayurveda, Medicine, and Science. This a five and half year course duration program including Internship. To apply for BAMS, candidates must qualify 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Sanskrit Subjects. Hence, this sums that, candidates can who qualify the eligibility criteria can apply for this course. The Admission Criteria for BAMS 2019 varies from college to college. Some of the Institutes conducts their separate Entrance Exam and some colleges offer admission on the basis of 10+2 Marks. If you have any queries regarding the Admission, then comment on section down below.

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