Medical Course

The Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College is affiliated to RGUHS (Ref. No. ACA/AY-56/2006-2007) having a NOC from GOK (Ref. No. AKK-36PTD2004), recommended by CCIM (Ref. No. 4-86/2005-Ay), and approved by Ayush (Government of India) (Ref. No. R.12011/5/2005-EP). It is a 100 bedded hospital spread across 10 acre land that includes herbal garden, a building and other amenities required for an Ayurvedic Medical College.
UG Course Details :
  • Ayurveda Acharya ( Bachelor of Ayurveda medicine & Surgery-BAMS), this course is of 5 and a half years duration including 4 and a half academic years and a year of compulsory Internship. I BAMS – 1 year, II BAMS – 1 Year, 
 III BAMS – 1 year, IV BAMS – 1 year 6 months, internship – 1 year.
  • Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S) degree is recognized by Central Council of Indian Medicine, Statutory body under Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. A BAMS graduate is eligible for Ayurvedic medical Practice.
  • B.A.M.S in Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College is designed for 5 and half years including one year of compulsory internship. Other programs are designed as part of the BAMS course for interested students to fetch good recognition at an international level.
  • Other programs include “Finishing School” for 4 months at centers in any country recognizing Ayurvedic practitioners. Atreya Ayurvedic Medical College currently has collaborations with recognized institutions and organizations abroad. As of now it has tie- ups with institutes in Singapore and other European countries
  • The program is so designed as part of the B.A.M.S course to help students develop life skills and other skills necessary for practitioners. These skills also include etiquette, presentability, and communication skills giving rise to an overall personality development
  • Not only does the program help students gain better exposure in terms of practicing Ayurveda, abroad but also helps them identify the scope of Ayurveda in a bigger picture. This helps them to be better recognized nationally and internationally.. However, Finishing School remains optional, while one year internship that comes as part of 5 and half year B.A.M.S. course remains compulsory for every student pursuing the same.