ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)-

The duration of BAMS course is 4½ years followed by compulsory internship of 1 Yr.

  1. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to the BAMS course until he or she has passed the qualifying examination as under:

BAMS

(Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery)

10+2 passed with Science Biology with English (50 % for General* and 40 % for SC/ST/OBC marks in aggregate are compulsory in Physics, Chemistry, Biology) and NEET-2020 With Required Percentile.

(*in physics chemistry and biology shall be 45% in case of general category (For PwD Candidates only)

Counselling will be done on the basis of merit in NEET-2020 as per following cut off percentile/Marks Basis.

Category

Percentile in NEET 2020 and Cutoff Marks

GEN

50th percentile and above (147 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

EWS

50th percentile and above (147 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

GEN PH

45th percentile and above (129 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

OBC, MBC

40th percentile and above (113 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

SC

40th percentile and above (113 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

ST

40th percentile and above (113 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

ST-STA

40th percentile and above (113 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

SC/ST/OBC/MBC-PH

40th percentile and above (113 marks and above) Cutoff Marks

Candidates are advised to ensure their eligibility on the basis of NEET-2020 Marks for respective categories as shown above.

  1. AGE LIMIT
    1. Minimum 17 years on or before 31st December 2020 for BAMS.
    2. Not more than of twenty-five years (25Years) on or before the 31st December 2020 of the year of admission in the first year of the course.

There will be relaxation of 5 years in the upper age limit for SC, ST, ST-STA, OBC, MBC and PH candidates. (Ref: - The Gazette of India No. 480 Dated DEC 10th 2018 & 216 Dated 17th Dec 2018) http://www.egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2018/193697.pdf http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2018/193958.pdf