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Can you tell me fee structure about bams
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Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery is an undergraduate level medical programme based on ancient Ayurveda methods of healings
The admission to BAMS degree is granted after qualifying National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET entrance exam.
The duration of the BAMS course is 5.5 years including a mandatory internship of 12 months.
Candidates can opt for following specialisations mentioned below in MS (Ayurveda) and MD (Ayurveda) programmes.
Rog Vikriti Vigyan
Prastuti and Stri Roga
The fee structure for BAMS colleges varies when it comes to government and private colleges. The course fee structure also differs state wise
BAMS first year fee
50,000 to 70,000
BAMS full course fee without yearly charges
3,00,000 to 4,00,000
BAMS full course fee with yearly charges
5,00,000 to 6,00,00
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neet Qualiyfy student direct admission or entrance exam also given
NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the entrance exam which needs to be qualified in order to be eligible for a seat in MBBS, BDS (dental studies), BAMS (Ayurvedic studies), Unani studies, BHMS (Homeopathic Studies) etc. This exam consists of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. The cut off marks for various categories are released by NTA (National Testing Agency) once the results are out.
However, "qualifying" the NEET does not imply that you have secured a seat in any college, you will have to meet the cut off for your category and course in the respective college which will once become known after applying for counselling. So, qualifying does not mean getting selection.
I hope your query is solved here.
direct admission in BAMS without neet
No, you cannot get admission in BAMS without qualifying Neet
This is because,
It mandatory to qualify Neet examination in order to take admission in BAMS as
Neet is the single gateway for admission in all the medical colleges be it private or government including AIIMS and JIPMER for following courses
Ayush courses( Ayurveda i. e BAMS , Unani i.e B. U. M. S, Siddha i. e BSMS, and Homeopathy i.e BHMS ) and
veterinary i. e BVSc. . ( neet is mandatory for only all india quota bvsc seats offered through AIPVT counselling, as some states also have their own entrance like RPVT in Rajasthan for state quota seats ).
Here's, how you can get into BAMS
*First of all a ppear in Neet examination.
*Qualify neet examination. Qualifying cut off in neet is given below
General :- 50th Percentile
OBC:- 40th Percentile
SC :-40th Percentile
ST :- 40th percentile
To be on the safer side, target around 480 + marks for BAMS in a government college if you are from general category.
*Participate in neet counselling. There are 2 counsellings -
Ayush counselling by AYUSH Admission Central Counselling Committee (AACCC) :- It is conducted for 15% AIQ seats,
state counselling for 85% state quota seats
Details for counselling at :- https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/admission-ayush-courses-through-neet
*In the counselling, you can get a seat in a college on the basis of your rank in NEET examination and the category you belong to .
*Then you have to report to the college and get your documents verified.
* After document verification, finally you get admission in BAMS in college
To get the complete list of colleges in which you have chances, you can go through our college predictor at
If A Student Is Not Qualified In Neet, How Can He/She Get Admission In Your BAMS College?
I am extremely sorry to tell you dear but if you fail to qualify Neet examination then you can not get admission in any medical college be it government or private not even in BAMS , not even under management quota in private medical college
This is because,
Neet examination has been made mandatory to qualify to take admission in any medical college for MBBS, BDS, AYUSH courses like BAMS etc
So, if you fail to qualify Neet examination you cannot get admission in any college , leave India you cannot get admission in even abroad if you have fail to qualify Neet examination, as Neet is compulsory to qualify even for admission in abroad for medical or Dental College
As you still have time left for you neet 2021. I suggest you to prepare well for neet examination so that you can qualify it ,first of all go well through NCERT and master it , make routine or timetable and religiously follow it , it should revolve around study, practice and revision .After finishing each chapter you should practice questions of the same chapter and once you are done with complete syllabus, go through NEET mock test papers .
And don't worry we have Neet knockout program which will help you at every step of your preparation , the link for the same is given below
SKS Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Mathura Location & Map
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