Courses

B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)
  The aim of this program is, to impart the profound and scientific  knowledge of ancient Ayurved in the light of technical advances of modern  medicine, to the students so that they are capable enough to serve the public  by medicine and surgery.
  Introduction of the program: It is a five  and half year program comprising:         

S. No.

Professional 

Duration

 1.

I professional

1 year

 2.

II professional

1 year

 3.

III professional

1 year

 4.

Final Professional

1 and ½ year

 5.

Compulsory internship

1 year

The first professional deals with mainly 6 subjects i.e Rachana  Sharir(Anatomy), Kriya Sharir(Physiology),  Ashtanga Hridya, Padarth  Vigyan (Philosophy of Ayurved) & History of Ayurved and Sanskrit.
  The second professional includes 4 subjects: Dravya Guna (Pharmacology),  Rasa Shastra-Bhaishjya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical science), Agad Tantra (Toxicology  and Medical Jurisprudence) and Charak Samhita.
  The third professional comprises 5 subjects: Roga Nidan evam Vikruti  Vigyan (Pathology and microbiology), Swastha vritta & yoga (Preventive  social medicine and yoga), Stri Prasuti Tantra (Gynaecology and Obstetrics),  Kaumarbhritya (Paediatrics) and Charak Samhita.
  The final professional comprise of 5 subjects: Shalya Tantra (General  surgery), Shalakya Tantra (Eye and ENT), Kayachikitsa (General Medicine),  Panchkarma, Research Methodology & statistics.
  During internship the student gives clinical duties in OPD & IPD of  Kayachiktsta, Shalya, Shalakya, Prasuti evam striroga, Kaumarbhritya and  Panchkarma and casualty Section of hospital.
  Degree to be awarded: The degree of “Ayurvedacharya  (Bachelor of Ayuvedic Medicine and surgery)” is awarded by the GGSIP University  after successful completion of course.
  Medium of instruction: English, Hindi and Sanskrit
  Affiliation and recognition of the program: The B.A.M.S  program is recognised by Central Council of Indian medicine (www.ccimindia.org)  and Dept. of AYUSH, Govt of India(www.indianmedicine.nic.in) and affiliated  with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University), Delhi (www.ipu.ac.in).
  Minimum Admission qualification: 12 th  standard with science with 50 % aggregate marks in the subjects of physics,  chemistry and biology.
  For foreign students any other equivalent qualification to be approved  by the university is followed.
  Selection Procedure: NEET for admission  to the B.A.M.S program.
  Intake capacity and Reservation: 100 seats are  sanctioned for the BAMS program, out of which 85% seats are reserved for Delhi  students, 10% seats are reserved for students of other states and 5 % are  reserved for foreign nationals.

Ayurveda Vachaspati/MD (Ayurveda): Total seat 29

1. Kayachikitsa- 06 seat

2. Panchakarma- 05 seat

3. Roganidan evum Vikriti Vigyan-06 seat

4. Rachna Sharir- 06 seat

5. Kriya Sharir-06 seat

Selection procedure: AIPGET merit basis

Last Updated Date :- 15-05-2018

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