Admission Process

All About Admission

BAMS Admission Process

BAMS admissions in India are done on the basis of entrance exams.

Candidates have to apply for the entrance exam i.e., NEET-UG and appear in it.

After the results are out, the conducting authority of the examinations prepares a merit list, basis which counselling process is conducted.

Candidates who make it in the counselling process are allocated seats for BAMS course at different colleges.

The following flowchart will help you understand the

BAMS admission process better.

Apply for the Entrance Exam

Appear in the Exam


Entrance Exam's Result Declaration

Counselling Based on Exam Result

Seat Allotment

Final Enrollment/ Admission
BAMS Entrance Exam

NEET-UG (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Undergraduate Programme) is the national-level entrance examination conducted for BAMS admissions all over India.

The examination is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) every year.

The counselling for the examination is centralised counselling.

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical and Surgery (BAMS) Syllabus

First Professional Year (1.5 Year):

History of Ayurveda

Physiology (Kriya Sharira)





Anatomy (Rachna Sharira)

History of Modern Medicine


Second Professional Year (1.5 Year):

Pharmaceuticals of Ayurveda (Rasa Shastra avam Bhaisajya Kalpana)

Toxicology (Agadtantra)

Pathology (Nidan Vigyana)

Medica of Ayurveda (Dravyaguna)

Jurisprudence (Vidhi Vaidyaka)

Nadi Parkisa (Pulse Diagnosis)

Final Professional Year (1.5 Year):

ENT, Eye &Dentistry (Shalakya Tantra) 

Gynaecology (Prasuti Tantra) 

Medical Ethics & Yoga

Kaya Chikitsa (General Medicine )

Obstetric (Stri Yoga)