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    What is the procedure for BAMS admission 2019?


    Planning to study BAMS course? Want to gt detailed information about counseling process, the dates for commencement of counselling at state level? Check out this page for advice from experts for your query.

    My score in NEET 2019 is 180. I belong to SC category. I am from West Bengal. Will I get admission in BAMS? How will the counselling be done? When would admission/counselling start? Will there be All India counselling for AYUSH courses or only State Counselling?
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  • Ministry of Ayush had issued directives that with effect from 2018 the admission to courses like BAMS, BHMS and BUMS will be done based on the score and merit list obtained by the students in NEET examination.

    You have achieved some score in NEET. Now you have to keep a track on the merit list declared for counselling. Please note that the counselling is done at state level as well as centralised level depending on the course and the institution. Different lists will be announced for different categories of the candidates. You have to apply for a particular college of your choice where depending upon the merit list your counselling will be taken up.

    Once you fill the application form for admission to a particular institution, you will be called to participate in the counselling process held by that institution. As you are in West Bengal, you might be interested in colleges there itself. If it is so, then there are some good colleges where you can try for admission. Some of them are -

    1. Rajib Gandhi Memorial Ayurvedic College and Hospital, 24 Parganas, West Bengal.
    2. J. B. Roy State Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospitals, Kolkata, West Bengal.
    3. Raghunath Ayurved Mahavidyalaya and Hospital, Midnapore, West Bengal.
    4. College of Engineering and Management, Kolaghat, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal.

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  • NEET attendance and the scores are a pre-requisite for admission to AYUSH courses. You are keen on a BAMS seat.

    The dates for AYUSH counselling is not yet announced. Please keep a lookout in the major papers, news channels and education websites. The official website https://www.wbhealth.gov.in/ayush/, still has no details updated. The NEET counselling is due to start soon,so you may get some more clarity soon. In UP, the online registration is due in the beginning of September.

    There are three government and two private Ayurvedic colleges. (https://www.wbhealth.gov.in/ayush/colleges.php), you can check out the colleges, infrastructure etc while you are awaiting the dates.

    The procedure would involve first registration, then declaring the choice and confirming/locking, allotment confirmation and then actual college enrolment. If unsuccessful in the first round, then the similar process is repeated in the second round.

    Also, I would suggest to check the various important documents you need for applying and attending the AYUSH counselling. This would include
    Date of birth proof
    Original 10th and 12 th marks card and pass certificate
    NEET admission ticket, rank card
    Caste certificate that supports your SC claim
    ID proof
    Domiciliary certificate and recent photographs.

  • BAMS admissions are also based on your NEET score only. Seeing your score and the reservation quota you have I feel there is every chance for you to get a seat on BAMS.
    Counselling dates are not yet advertised and you be seeing the newspapers for the advertisement. Once the advertisement comes you can apply for the admission. In the counselling process, they will tell you which colleges are available for your rank and you can select the best among the available. You have to pay the required fees and submit all the required certificates at that time. Then you have to apply for the concerned college and join. In the counselling process, they will tell you what you should do. However please be watching for the advertisement.

    drrao
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    Since 2018, the admission in BAMS course is based on the performance in NEET. This decision taken by the Department of Ayush under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare would help quality students joining BAMS and other similar courses.

    You have scored 180 in the NEET. Now you have to apply individually to the Ayurvedic Colleges of your state and other neighbouring states for admission. This year, the counselling dates have not yet been intimated.

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    Selection of BAMS course would depend upon your NEET score and you need to fulfil the range making you eligible for BAMS.
    With your existing scoring of 180 and being a candidate of ST, it appears that you are fit for the selection of a seat in the BAMS course but you need to wait for the final announcement.
    Selections are made on the centralised process and also may be carried out in the state - level.
    Since you hail from West - Bengal, you should locate the established colleges imparting coaching in Ayurveda through the NET search.
    However, you should be vigilant of the latest notification dates announced by NEET for your inclusion in the counselling process. In the meanwhile, you need to preserve the following documents prior to attending in the counselling process.
    1) Hall - ticket of appearing your NEET Examination.
    2) Caste - certificate supporting your SC claim.
    3) Domiclied certificate and Coloured passport - size photographs 3 in number with self - attestation
    4) Date of proof of your birth
    5) Your ID proof such as Aadhar -card and PAN card etc


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