Admission Process

BAMS – (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and surgery)



Must have passed 12th standard in the first attempt with a minimum of 50% in Physics, chemistry and Biology taken together, from any state higher secondary Board or equivalent. NRI’s and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) who qualify from foreign universities will have to produce an equivalence certificate from the association of Indian Universities, New Delhi, candidates should complete 17 years of age on or before 31st December in the year of admission.

Admission Procedure

Selection is based on the rank obtained in the common entrance test/interview.

Degree Details

Degree                              Duration (in Years)                                       Seats

BAMS                               4½ + 1 year Internship                                60

*Subject to change, to comply with the guidelines from UGC/ CCIM/other competent authorities.


i. Rank list will be prepared on the basis of to Entrance Test Ayurvedic Medical Collage and association.

ii. Results will also be displayed on the Notice Boards in the school of Ayurveda.

iii. Result can also be obtained by contacting the admission office.


(a) Counseling and admission will commence normally within two week from the date of announcement of results. Details of counseling such as the availability of seats and rank numbers called for counseling each day will be informed by the college to selected candidates.

(b) Admissions will be made strictly on the basis of availability of seats. As soon as the seats are filled admissions will be closed. Mere reason that a candidate was present on the date of counseling will not confer any right on him/her for a seat.

(c) Interested candidates should report before 10.00 am on the dates allotted for the concerned rank numbers. Seat allotment will be done for the candidates present at 10.00 am or a time fixed by the basis of the ranks of candidates present at the time of allotment on the date of counseling / allotment.

(d) If a candidate arrives late for counseling and seats get allotted to subsequent rand holders, he/ she has mo right over seats allotted to lower rand holders. Failure to report in time on the date fixed for counseling can result in a candidate for fitting his / her chance for admission. In the event of any such appeals, decision of the coordinator-Admissions on the matter shall be final & binding on the candidate.

(e) While reporting, the candidate should be accompanied at least by one of the parents and should produce the following documents in original along with two additional sets of photocopies.


i. Plus two marks list.

ii. Plus two Pass certificate. (In case of CBSE or ICSE)

iii. A document to prove the date of birth.

iv. Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended.

v. Migration Certificate from the Board from where the candidate passed his/ her Plus Two.

vi. A Character and conduct Certificate from the Institution from where the student passed his /her plus two examinations mentioning the status of his / her behavioral pattern especially in terms as to whether the student displayed persistent violent or aggressive behaviour or any desire to harm others.

Vii. Medical Certificate for physical fitness and mental soundness from a medical Officer not below the rank of a Civil Surgeon or a Clinical Associate Professor of a medical College.

viii. Community certificate in case of SC/ST candidates.



Permission to write the Entrance Examination will not confer any right to candidate for a seat. All admissions are subject to verification of the original certificates and documents of the candidates. The decision of the Chairman Admissions (Ayurveda), Bapu Ayurvedic Medical College regarding the eligibility of any applicant shall be final. If any time before or after admission it is found that the candidate does not meet the eligibility requirement seat will be denied to him/her.

Therefore it is the response-ability of the candidates to ensure that he / she meets all the eligibility requirements.


Fees per annum: 2,04,600.00Rs. approx.

(Note:The fee may vary a little, please contact the institute for the exact amount).

a. Candidates admitted to any of the courses must remit the tuition and other fees at the time of admission by way of demand draft. Request for extension of time for payment of fee will not be considered.

b. From second year onwards annual tuition fees, Hostel & Mess and other fees are required to be paid in full by the dates which will be notified by the principal.

Normally the fees payment will be in the beginning of July every year. Dates will be notified on the Notice Boards and the students are expected to intimate their parents in time. No individual Notice will be issued. IGNORANCE OF NOTICE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS AN EXCUSE FOR DELAY IN PAYMENT.

c. Delayed payments will attract fine / and or penalty as decided by the Principal.


a For candidates who have joined the course but opt to discontinue before commencement of classes, an amount of Rs .25,000/- will be deducted towards administrative expense from the fee which they have paid at the time of joining.

b. For candidate opting to discontinue the study within a period of one week of commencement of classes, 75% of tuition fee will be refunded, while 25%of tuition fee will be retained as administrative charges. After this period but before one month, 50% of tuition fees alone will be refund.

After one month period no Tuition fee will be refunded. In all these cases other fee will be refunded after proportionate deduction.

(ii) If any student discontinues the studies after the last date for withdrawal as mentioned in the preceding paras or fails to give Notice as stipulated therein, he/she will be liable to pay liquidated damages equivalent to tuition fees for the remaining course period. In such cases, transfer certificate will be issue only after remitting the liquidated damages.

(iii) Candidates will be deemed to have withdrawn if he/she remains absent for more than 30 (thirty) days from the date of commencement of the classes.


Rule and regulations as prescribed should be strictly followed.

a. Ours is a hundred percent residential campus. Students are required to reside in the hostels and they will be allowed to visit their homes only on days as notified time to time.
b. Both Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian food will be served in the hostel.
c. Use of mobile phone, mp3 player, ipods, videos, cameras, laptops and all such electronic gadgets inside the campus is prohibited.
d. Smoking and drinking (alcohol) are totally prohibited.
e. There will be a mandatory dress code for all students throughout the course.
f. There will be regular value oriented classes discussion in these programmes. This is an institution meant for higher learning and the objective is not only to impart education but also to build the character of the students and transform them into gentle human beings.
g. Student shall observe absolute discipline in their
Conduct during the entire period they spend in the institution. Failure to observe absolute discipline will invite appropriate action.


‘Ragging’ means doing of any act by disorderly conduct to a student of an educational Institution, which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raising apprehension or shame or shame or embarrassment to that student and includes teasing or abusing or playing practical jokes or causing hurt to such student something which such student will not in the ordinary course be willing to do.

In case, the applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or if it is noticed later that he/she indulged in ragging, admission may be refused or he/she shall be expelled from the educational Institution.

Anti-ragging committees and Anti-ragging squads will be formed take effective measures against ragging and they will adhere to the stipulations and effectively monitor and comply with the directives.

Every student of the institution as his/her parents, or guardian is required to submit a combined undertaking at the time of registration/admission in prescribed format (which will be provided by the Institution) which is mandatory for registration / admission.

Anti ragging regulations of the University Grants Commission are forming part of the terms of admissions and are made available to all candidates and their parents for information and compliance.

Our Institution obliged to strictly adhere to the directives dated 16.05.2007 of the Hon. Supreme Court of India All Institutions will have to abide in SLP No(s) 24295 of 2006{with SLP (c) No24296-99/2004 & W.P. (c r l) No. 173/2006 & SLP (C) No.14356/2005} and the recommendations by the Honorable Supreme Court of India on effective prevention of ragging in educational Institutions.


80% separate minimum attendance in theory as well as clinical / Practical is compulsory for appearing for the University Examination.


In case of any dispute in the interpretation of any of the Conditions included in this booklet or in any other matter related To admission to BAMS of Bapu Ayurvedic Medical College Decision of the Medical Director / Campus Operating Officer will Be final and binding.


Courts situated in Mau only will have jurisdiction over disputes if any arising in the matter of applications and or admission to the courses covered under these Terms & conditions.