In the present day people are becoming aware of the side effects of many chemical medicines especially if they are needed for long use. People are turning towards Ayurvedic medicine. Hence Ayurveda practitioners have sufficient scope for career and service. Present curriculum and syllabus in BAMS has the elements of some of the clinical ai of modern medicine also.
I would suggest that after passing BAMS, you go for clinical practise and/or for PG studies and specialisation in the same field. Govt Ayurveda hospitals are also coming up more and there is scope for BAMS passed people.
There can be any number of people with general graduation opting for Civil service, banking etc. However in comparison there will be quite less people available for the service of people to cure and manage illness especially in villages and interior places. You ca do that not only as a carer, but even as a service with a mission. Even to start a Ayurveda consultation clinic, the investment is not big as that of allopathic clinic also. also.