BAMS Admission In Ayurvedic Medical Colleges, Karnataka

CCIM Ayurveda Registration

Ayurveda Training / May 19, 2016

At present Nangelil Ayurveda Medical College is conducting two courses.

1. Ayurvedacharya (B.A.M.S.) Degree Course

This course is envisaged by the CCIM and is implementing an all India syllabus and carriculam. The course is designed to generate efficient Ayurveda physicians, surgeons, researchers, manufacturers and teachers and is conducted as per the examination schedule and regulations of the CCIM. CCIM has prescribed the minimum standards norms for the infrastructure facilities and the faculties. The College has fulfilled all the required minimum standards for the course.


The course consists of three professional courses of 18 months each and compulsory internship for one year.

Eligibility for Admission

A candidate for admission should have passed plus two or equivalent with a minimum of aggregate 50% marks in physics, chemistry, and biology. Biology should have a separate minimum of 50% marks.

The candidate should qualify the Medical entrance examination of the academic year, conducted by the Commissioner Kerala Entrance Examinations.

A few seats are available to NRI students. They need not qualify the entrance examination.

Admission Capacity

At present, 60 students are admitted to the course every academic year.


The entrance commissioner will select candidates for 50% of seats and the remaining 50% seats are filled by the management.


The course is approved by the Government of Kerala, the CCIM and AYUSH, the central Government Department for Indian systems of medicines. From 2010, the course is recognized by the Kerala University for Health Sciences.


Tuition fee for the course is decided every year by agreements executed by the Kerala Government and the Management. Usually the fee for students under management quota is higher than that of those admitted in merit quota. Apart from the tuition fee, admission fee, university fee etc. are also to be paid. The fee is to be remitted on admission and for four subsequent years at the beginning of the academic year.

For getting a rough idea the fee structure of 2012-13 is given below:

Merit: Rs. 50, 000/-

Management: Rs. 135, 000/-

Documents to be produced at the time of admission

1. Admit card of entrance examination

2. Mark list and rank certificate of entrance examination

3. Certificate of qualifying examination with mark list

4. Secondary School Leaving Certificate to prove age

5. Transfer certificate from the last institution of study (original)

6. Migration certificate (if applicable)

7. Community certificate (if applicable)

8. Course and Conduct certificate from the head of the last institution of study (original)

9. Physical fitness certificate as per norms in the prospectus of Government entrance examination.

10. Certificate of payment of fees(in case of merit quota)

Cutoff date for Admission

The AYUSH prescribes the cutoff date of admission for every academic year. Usually it is 31st of October of the admitting academic year.

Minimum marks for a pass

The student should get a minimum of 50% separately for theory, practical and oral examination in each subject to pass the subject.


The examinations are conducted by the Kerala University for Health Sciences and on successful completion of the course and internship the KUHS will issue the degree certificate.


On receiving the degree, the holder of the degree is eligible for registering as an A Class Registered Ayurveda Practitioner in T.C Medical Council or any other State Medical Council. Those who opt so may also enroll themselves in The Central register too.

Intake Capacity:

BAMS: 60 Students CCIM
Ayurveda Therapist Cert. Course: 30 Students DAME Tvm.

Affiliate University:

Kerala University of Health Sciences
Medical College P.O.