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MS is masters in surgery in aayurveda, and it Can be pursued only after the completion of bams..
BAMS graduates can also pursue higher studies in many medical-related disciplines..
MSismasters in General Surgery,can be pursued only after the completion of mbbs..
Both are not same, and have their own limitations..
Because, Mbbs is related to allopathic treatment but bams is related to aayurvedic treatment..
Hope this information will help you to solve your query
- MS after MBBS is learning surgery and related specializations as per Allopathic practices and options available.
- MS after BAMS are properly the methods of surgery as per Ayurvedic principles.
It is not the same. Because in MBBS you are taught to surgical and medical aspects of allopathic medicine to various systems in the body. But in BAMS, you are taught the Ayurvedic approach to the same conditions. So if you do MS after MBBS, you can become a surgeon in that specialised field that you have chosen. On the other hand, MS after BAMS allows you a specialisation in Ayurvedic approach. And so both of them are different and not one and the same.