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Established : 2004 | Accredited/Approved : UGC
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Eligibility Criteria/Cut-off for Admissions 2021

Course Name

Minimum Eligibility

Selection Criteria

Intake

BAMS

Passed 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology with minimum of 50% marks (40% marks for reserved category)

NEET UG score

60

MD/MS Ayurveda

Criteria will be as per CCIM regulations and notifications of the Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India.

Based on the merit list of AIAPGET

38

 
 

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By Rajeshwari
Class of 2021
Rating
5/5

Amrita School of Ayurveda invites for admission into BAMS and MD/MS in Ayurveda; and the admissions are offered through entrance examinations. Total intake into BAMS is 60 and that in MS/MD is 38. Minimum eligibility for admission is that, student must have passed 12th with PCB subjects with minimum 50% aggregate marks (40% for reserved category) from a recognised board. Selection criteria for admission are dependent on the score that candidate secures in NEET entrance examination; valid score as per the cut off marks is mandatory. Cut off marks in 2019 for general category was in the range of 701-134. NEET application form can be filled online through NEET official website and the application fee is INR 1,500 for general/OBC and INR 800 for SC/ST.

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By anjan
Class of 2021
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4/5

Amrita School of Ayurveda Admission for the Bachelors of Ayurvedic medicine and surgery program is based on the following criteria: The candidate should have passed their 10+2 with physics, chemistry and biology as their majors and should have secured a min. of 50% average marks, collectively. Provided, the college is recognized by the AICTE. Also, the candidate is required to appear for the NEET exam and the score secured in the exam, will play a vital role in the selection of the candidate. Based on the above criteria’s the candidates are selected within the stipulated intake of 60 seats every academic year.

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Asked Question

I need admission for MBBS in this college.
Asked by AMULYA

replied on 05-Aug-2021 17:09:32

There is no MBBS program available since this is an Ayurveda college. However, admission to BAMS in ASA will be offered.


I need to know the admission criteria for BAMS in this college.
Asked by Amulya N U

replied on 05-Aug-2021 17:09:44

The college accepts the application forms to the BAMS course from candidates who have completed their 10 + 2 studies under the science stream. In addition, students need to have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the qualifying examination. Based on merit in the qualifying examination and NEET score basis, BAMS admission to ASA will be granted.


BAMS ADMISSION PLEASE HELP ME NEET SCORE 399
Asked by Tarun Sharma

replied on 04-Feb-2021 17:31:10
  • The NEET cut off percentile for BAMS at Amrita School of Ayurveda is 40 percentile (146-113). However, your score comes under the 50 percentile. So you can apply for admissions by logging into the respective website through online mode.
  • In Amrita School of Ayurveda, admissions for BAMS is ongoing. The last for online registration is 25th February 2021.

Bams cost and hostel fee details
Asked by Tarun Sharma

replied on 26-Feb-2021 16:14:49

BAMS fees at Amrita School of Ayurveda cost approximately INR 3.3 Lakhs per annum, and the hostel fees charge nearly INR 65,900, including mess expenses.


Does Sanskrit is compulsory for admission..and what should be our neet score
Asked by Malavika n s

replied on 08-Oct-2020 13:11:18

Amrita School of Ayurveda admission to BAMS course will be made according to the NEET UG Scores. It is not necessary that for candidates to know Sanskrit language. Minimum eligibility for BAMS course will be 10+2 passed in science stream.


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