We at SKS Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital one of the best choice of students looking for admission in BAMS Ayurvedic College UP specializes in the education of BAMS, which stands for Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery. We have been imparting quality education in the field of BAMS since our inception helping millions to achieve their dreams of being Ayurvedic doctor.
- What is BAMS?
Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S) is an integrated Medical Degree of modern Medicine and traditional Ayurveda. The degree is of five and half year duration, including one year internship after passing 10+2 with PCB. The syllabus and curriculum are well defined .The course structure at SKS Ayurvedic College one of the best BAMS Ayurvedic Colleges in Rajasthan is aimed to provide theory as well as practical training in the healing science of Ayurveda.
- How the course does starts?
The first year starts with principle of learning of philosophy and History of Ayurveda, Physiology, Anatomy and Pharmaceutical Sciences as per the syllabus of Central Council of Indian Medicine, Statutory body (Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970).
During the second year of the course in depth knowledge in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence is developed. Pathology & Microbiology, Gynaecology & Obsterics and Paediatrics constitute the core of the third year of learning is General Surgery, ENT and dentistry and Internal Medicine including Mans roga Rasayan & Vajikarana are in focus in the final year of Undergraduate course.
- What are the options available to BAMS graduates?
The options available to BAMS graduate largely depends upon your choice. A BAMS graduate from SKS Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital one of the best BAMS Ayurvedic colleges in UP can practice modern / allopathic medicine in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh/ Maharashtra. Many people are unaware of this fact that BAMS doctors can practice modern / allopathic medicine. According to the privileges in the Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940, Rules 1945 Sec 2ee(iii), States have right to allow BAMS doctors.