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            BAMS ADMISSION PROCESS

BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is the most popular course in AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy). After MBBS/BDS this course is the most popular and opted by many students of the country after qualifying their NEET exam. The course is same like MBBS/BDS but the field is Ayurveda. If the candidates would not be able to get a seat in MBBS/BDS course then you can opt for a career in AYUSH. This course is similar to that of MBBS/BDS. Time to time there is government vacancy and you can establish a clinic of your own. After Corona Pandemic people started inclined towards Ayurveda. After completing this course not only you can write Dr. in front of your name but also do PG and Research Programme and get succeeded into that. The duration of the course is five and a half years and after the completion of the course the student will be awarded with the degree of ‘Ayurvedacharya’. The course is of four and a half years long and one year rotatary internship is mandatory for the purpose of training.

BAMS Eligibility Criteria
  • Applicant should be 17 years old as on December 31, 2020, while the upper age limit for general category candidates should be 25 years. There will be a relaxation of 5 years for reserved category candidates i.e. SC/ST.
  • It is compulsory for candidates to have domicile of the state for admission to BAMS 2020. If an applicant has completed their Class 10th and 12th from the schools located in the state, they do not have to provide their domicile certificate.
  • In case any candidate has passed either Class 10th or 12th outside the state, then they have to submit the general domicile certificate.
  • Candidates have to complete their Class 12th with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects. While reserved category candidates have to qualify Class 12 with 40% and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) has to secure at least 45%

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Note: Students who have secured minimum cut off marks mentioned by the authority are eligible to participate in AIQ (All India Quota) counselling for BAMS and state level quota under BAMS Counselling. Under AIQ i.e. 15% in all over India basis any student can apply the rest 85% Quota is reserved for the state only.

BAMS Admission Process

Admission in BAMS course is strictly done on the basis of scores obtained in NEET exam. The counselling authorities place and provide the colleges to the students on the basis of their NEET score. There are several rounds in counselling after which the college is allotted to the students and admission is granted.

AYUSH Counselling 2020

For AYUSH course i.e. BAMS there are both Government & Private Medical college which gives admission on the basis of NEET score, just like for that of MBBS/BDS it also have two counselling authorities. Under All India Quota (15%) AACCC conducts counselling and State Counselling Authority conduct admissions for State Quota (85%). In 2019 All India Quota (15%) counselling had started before 2019 state counselling authorities conducted counselling. Here we will get the information about the All India Quota (15%). So below mentioned are the types counselling authorities which provide admission.

  1. AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for

15% All India Quota

  1. State Counselling Authority for 85% state quota.

AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for 15% All India Quota:

This committee comes under Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH). It is a central counselling committee which gives admissions for UG and PG courses. This process is completely online from Registration till seat allotment. Students from across India from all the states who qualified NEET 2020 are eligible for admission. Under AYUSH institutions AACCC conducts admission for BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS courses. Under this Government, Government Aided, Central University/National Institutions, Private and Deemed University all these types of institutions are a part of it.

State Counselling Authority (State DME):

All the states frame a counselling committee which conducts counselling for 85% seats in Government Medical College and all seats for Private Medical College. This counselling is conducted for the courses i.e. BAMS, BHMS, BNYS and BUMS. All these admissions are given on the basis of NEET score. Candidates of a particular state can apply to Private or Government AYUSH Colleges and take admission. Although there are several states which allow candidates from outside states also and are called Open State. Candidates having low marks can also get admission. Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Kerala are popular open states. In this content I am going to explain AACCC 15% All India Quota and tell you about Counselling Process, Seat Matrix, Tuition Fees and Cut off.

How to take admission in 15% All India Quotas?

20 days after the announcement of NEET 2020 results AACCC start registration and choice filling process. The official website for the process is https://aaccc.gov.in. In All India Quota the first and second round counselling is conducted by AACCC, if the seats remained after the second round then it is transfer to the state to which the college belongs to.

AACCC conducts First round, second round and mop up round counselling for Central University/National Institutes and Deemed University. After the mop up round if there are vacant seats then it is filled by a Stray vacancy round and is by the institute itself.

AYUSH Counselling Application Form:

For getting into the counselling process the candidate must fill in the application form with the application fee. The complete process is online and could be done via official website of AACCC i.e. https://aaccc.gov.in . The candidates have to fill in the basic details like name, date of birth, mobile number, NEET roll number, etc. After completing the registration form the candidates have to log in with ID and password provided to them after the successful registration. Below mentioned is the registration/security fee structure for the different categories.

Type of FeeType of InstituteCategoryFee (in Rs)
Registration fee

(non-refundable)

Government/Government aidedGen/OBC1,000
SC/ST/PwD500
Private Colleges/Deemed UniversitiesAll categories5,000
Security money

(refundable)

Government/Government aided10,000
Private Colleges/Deemed Universities50,000

Counselling Process:

The counselling is conducted in the following ways:

First Round Counselling:

After the registration and choice filling AACCC publish the result for the first round. After the seat allotment candidates have to download the allotment letter and report to the medical college allotted to him/her with the required documents. First round is an exit round. In the First round you can exit and the security money would be refunded to you. If you want to participate in the second round and willing to upgrade your college you can do it. If a candidate does not allotted with a seat he/she is eligible for the second round of counselling.

Second Round Counselling:

All the candidates who participated in the First Round of counselling are also eligible for the second round of counselling. Candidates who had done their registration in the first round need not do the registration again for the second round. But a fresh choice must be filled by the candidates in the second round. After the result announcement by AACCC for the second round candidates must report to the allotted college or else the security money would be forfeited. After the second round the vacant seat would be transferred to the concerned state.

Mop Up Round Counselling:

AACCC will conduct mop up round counselling for Central Universities/National Institutions and Deemed University. In this round only those candidates are eligible who were not allotted seats in the First and second round of counselling. A candidate can do the new registration for Mop up Round. After the Mop up the vacant seats are transferred to the concerned institute.

Stray Vacancy Round:

In this round the institute conducts the counselling for admission. AACCC will publish the name of registered candidates for the institute and institute wise vacant seats will also be published by AACCC. In this list the names of those candidates were mentioned who were not allotted with any seat. For Stray Vacancy round a candidate must be physically present for counselling. The admission would be given on NEET score.

AYUSH Counselling 2020 Important Dates
EventsDates*
NEET Result announced16-Oct-2020 (Announced)
First round of counseling
Online Registration26-Nov-2020 to 01-Dec-2020 (up to 5 pm)
Last date to pay the application fee02-Dec-2020 (up to 12 noon)
Choice filling02-Dec-2020 (10 am to 5 pm)
Seat allotment list will be released04-Dec-2020 (out)
Reporting to the allotted institute05-Dec-2020 to 12-Dec-2020
Second round of counseling
Online Registration22-Dec-2020 to 26-Dec-2020 (up to 5 pm)
Last date to pay the application fee27-Dec-2020 (up to 12 noon)
Choice filling27-Dec-2020 (10 am to 5 pm)
Seat allotment list will be released30-Dec-2020
Reporting to the allotted institute31-Dec-2020 to 09-Jan-2021
Mop-up round of counselling (For Central/Deemed/National Universities)
Online Registration13-Jan-2021 to 16-Jan-2021 (up to 5 pm)
Last date to pay the application fee17-Jan-2021 (up to 12 noon)
Choice filling17-Jan-2021 (10 am to 5 pm)
Seat allotment list will be released20-Jan-2021
Reporting to the allotted institute21-Jan-2021 to 30-Jan-2021
Vacant seats will be transferred to state quota01-Feb-2021
Documents Required after the seat allotment that is to be presented at the time Reporting to the college:

1          Copy of Counselling Registration confirmation page

2          Application Form of NEET- UG – 2020 confirmation page

3          Admit Card of NEET UG – 2020

4          Rank Card of NEET UG – 2020 issued by NTA.

5          Aadhar Card/Voter ID Card/Ration Card/Passport as the case may be

written in the Application Form of NEET – UG – 2020 (any one of the ID

is required as mentioned in NEET application).

6          Date of Birth Certificate (if Secondary School Examination Certificate does not have the same)

7          Secondary School Examination or equivalent Certificate

8          10+2 Mark Sheet (Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet)

9          10+2 Certificate or Provisional Certificate (Qualifying Examination Certificate).Provisional Certificate is                        permissible for those candidates who had passed in the year 2020 only.

10       Character Certificate from the School or College last attended.

11       Six passport size coloured Photographs (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form in NEET UG –                     2020) and One Postcard size coloured photographs (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form in                     NEET UG -2020 ).

12       SC/ST/OBC Certificate (if applicable)

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)-

Q.1 What is the full form of BAMS?

Ans.  The full form of BAMS is (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery).

Q.2 Who are eligible for admission in NEET exam?

Ans    Candidates have to complete their Class 12th with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects. While reserved category candidates have to qualify Class 12 with 40% and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) has to secure at least 45%

Q.3 Who conducts counselling for BAMS admission?

Ans    Under All India Quota (15%) AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) conducts counselling and State Counselling Authority conduct admissions for State Quota (85%).

Q.4  What is the full form of AYUSH?

Ans.  AYUSH stands for Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy.

Q.5 What is the registration fee for AYUSH counselling?

Ans    The registration fee for AYUSH counselling is:

Type of FeeType of InstituteCategoryFee (in Rs)
Registration fee

(non-refundable)

Government/Government aidedGen/OBC1,000
SC/ST/PwD500
Private Colleges/Deemed UniversitiesAll categories5,000
Security money

(refundable)

Government/Government aided10,000
Private Colleges/Deemed Universities50,000

Q.6    What is the official website for AACCC?

Ans    The official website for AACCC is www.aaccc.gov.in

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