About The Course
Motherhood Ayurveda Medical College
The true history of ayurveda starts from the time of the Holy books, the Vedas. Ancient mythology contends that the concept and essence of ayurved was revealed by the creator of the world himself - Lord Brahma.
There are four Vedas, which are Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda. The Vedas date back to about five thousand years. They preach the philosophy of life. The Atharvaveda contains the principles of healing on which ayurved is based. 'Ayur' means 'life' in Sanskrit. ayurveda is the most ancient science of healing which enhances longevity. It has influenced many of the older traditional methods of healing including Tibetan, Chinese and Greek medicine. Hence, ayurveda is considered by many as the 'mother of healing.'
Aryavarta, the native land of Aryans, covers a large area surrounding the Himalayas and is believed to be the place where the Rishis and Munis lived. At present it covers areas in countries like Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bhutan and Tibet. The civilizations of these countries are deeply influenced by the unique intellectual contributions of these Rishis and Munis.
The practical tenets of Ayurveda are divided into eight sections or branches. These sections include the following:
4. Shalya Tantra
5. Prasooti and Stri Rog
6. Bal Rog
7. Shalakya Tantra
8. Samihita Sanskrit and Sidhanta
Ayurveda is a complete or holistic system that integrates the mind, body and spirit. For a few centuries, the tradition of ayurved was dimmed due to the natural and human calamities and also by the invasion of foreign cultures into India. The sacred texts were either destroyed or stolen. However there were many 'Vaidyas' or doctors in India who managed to preserve some of the knowledge available in these Holy Scriptures. Divine plants that sustain long life and good health are now being rediscovered. Many renowned families of Vaidyas, who are specialized in certain branches of ayurved, have started functioning again in India. Today there is a revival of the ancient culture and traditions inherent to ayurveda, which is a true gift of the ancient civilization to the modern world.Ayurveda being a science of life requires to be taught,incorporated and accepted thoroughly by its disciples, which made its founding icons to establish this college & is followed till date also .In an atmosphere where godness saraswati pampers her disciples with prime illumination & knowledge of best order,the out comes are admired till date & everywhere.
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) is undergraduate degree awarded after the study of five and a half years duration, including 1-year internship.
A BAMS doctor can work in following domains after completion of the degree.
1. General Practice
2. Research (Clinical research or epidemiological research)
3. Hospital and Healthcare Administration
4. Health Supervisor
5. Ayurveda Consultaion
6. Master of Public Health
7. PG Diploma Courses
Eligibility Criteria For Admission:-
10+2 with PCB or any other equivalent examination recognized by concerned State Governments and Education boards provided the candidate passes the examination with 50% aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The General Category requires 50% marks and Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC/Physically Handicapped) requires 45% marks.
Should have completed the minimum age of 17 years on or before the 31st December 2019 and not exceeding the maximum age of 35 years as on 31st December 2019.
The Candidates are supposed to qualify NEET examination.