SURYAMUKHI DINESH AYURVED MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL
BOOTY, RANCHI, JHARKHAND - 835217
Permanently Affliated to Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand.
Permitted by CCIM, New Delhi.
Under Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.

B.A.M.S. degree course

About B.A.M.S. degree course


Name of the Course:  Ayurvedacharya B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)
Duration:  5½ years (4½ Year Academic + 1 year Compulsory internship)
Medium of Instruction:  Hindi, Sanskrit, English.
Age :  Minimum 17 years.
Educational Qualification :  Applicants must have passed I.Sc. Biology/10+2 Biology from a Recognised Board or University. 50% marks for the open category and for for SC/ST 45% marks.
Recognition of Degree :  
  1. The degree of Ayurvedacharya B.A.M.S. is recognised by Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), Delhi. The degree of Ayurvacharya B.A.M.S. is recognised through out the Nation.
  2. Students who are awarded degree of B.A.M.S. under Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh , Jharkhand and have completed their internship in the college Hospital are registered in any states of India as medical practitioners. They are also eligible for M.D./M.S. Ayurved, Post-graduate course in any university.
B.A.M.S. degree course syllabus

Central Council of Indian Medicine, Govt. of India, has provided the syllabus of B.A.M.S. Degree Course. It is divided in three stages :

(A) The duration of the first professional is from month of July to June of next year. the subjects, question paper & full marks are as follows :-

Sl. No. Subject Number of Question Paper Marks of Theory Markes of Practical/Oral Total
1. Padarth Vigyan Two 200 .... 200
2. Maulik Sidhant & Astang Hriday One 100 .... 100
3. Sanskrit One 100 .... 100
4. Rachna Sharir Two 200 100 300
5. Kriya Sharir Two 200 100 300
A Student failed in not more than two subject shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the second professional course. However he / she will not be allowed to appear for second professional examinations unless he /she passes in all the subjects of the first professional.

(B) Second Professional :-
The course for the second professional start from July and end in June of next year (One Year) after completion of the first professional. The Subjects, questions paper & marks are as follows :-
Sl. No. Subject Number of Question Paper Marks of Theory Markes of Practical/Oral Total
1. Rasa Shastra & Bhaishjya Kalpana Two 200 200 400
2. Dravya Guna Vigyan Two 200 200 400
3. Agad Tantra & Vyabhar Ayurved One 100 50 150
4. Charak Samhita (Purwardh) One 100 .... 100
A student failed in not more than two subject shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the third professional examination, however he / she will not be allowed to appear for third professional examination unless he / she passes in all the subjects of second professional examination.

(C) Third Professional :-
The Course of the Third Professional Starts from July and ends in June next year (one year) after the result of second professional and completions of one year. The subjects, question paper and full marks are as follows :
Sl. No. Subject Number of Question Paper Marks of Theory Markes of Practical/Oral Total
1. Swasth Vritta Two 200 100 300
2. Roganidan & Vikriti Vigyan Two 200 100 300
3. Prasuti & Stri Roga Two 200 100 300
4. Kaumar Bhritta (Bal Roga) One 100 50 150
5. Charak (Uttarardh) One 100 .... 100
A Student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the final professional examination, however he / she will not be allowed to appear for final professional examination unless he / she passes in all the subjects of third professional examinations.

(D) Final Professional :-
The Final professional session will be 1 and ½ year duration and shall start every year in the month of July following completion of thirds professional examination. The final professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of completion of one & half year The subjects, papers and full marks are as follows.
Sl. No. Subject Number of Question Paper Marks of Theory Markes of Practical/Oral Total
1. Kayachikitsa Two 200 100 300
2. Panchakarma One 100 50 150
3. Shalya Tantra Two 200 100 300
4. Shalakya Tantra Two 200 100 300
5. Research Methodology & Medical Statistics One 50 .... 50
The twelve months Rotatory Internship in college Hospital is necessary for each successfully passed student of Final Professional. After that University will award the Degree of Ayurvedacharya B.A.M.S.

COMPULSORY CONDITIONS REGARDING UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION
  1. Regular Attendance (75% attendance in theory and practical classes individually).
  2. Performance in internal Assessment Examination.
  3. Practical Record Books, Clinical (Long & Short) case papers.

At the end of the course, an assessment is conducted for about one week to judge the grade of individual students and they are awarded in the college annual function as per grading given by experts.
Students who do not fulfill the above conditions are not eligible to appear in any of the university examination. The annual examination is held as per the academic calender of university.

COMPULSORY INTERNSHIP SCHEDULE
Duration of Internship - 1 Year
Clinical Training of Twelve month in the Ayurvedic hospital attached to the college will be conducted as follows :-
Department Distribution of Internship Period
Kaya- Chikitsa 4 months
Shalya 2 months
Shalakya 2 months
Prasuti and Stri rog 2 months
Kaumarvritya 1 month
Panchkarma 1 month
Examination Scheme

  1. The Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh conducts examination after completion of session. Other rules and regulations of the examination are as follows
  2. The University Examination fee/other fee are not refundable at any cost, if a student does not appear in the university examination.
  3. Students who have been admitted in S.D. Ayurved Medical College, if for any reason, are not willing to continue study in the college or are employed in any other place during the course then as per the college rules the fees deposited by them are not refundable. They have to clear all their further dues of the course to get T.C./C.L.C. or no objection certificate.
Migration

The Students may be allowed to take the migration to continue his / her study to another college after passing the first year examination. Failed students transfer and midterm migration will not be allowed. For migration, the students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and universities and will be against the vacant seat after obtaining NOC from CCIM.