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Samhita and Siddhanta Department

This department is concerned with basic principles of Ayurveda which are described in classical texts i.e. AyurvedSamhitas. Samhitas are in Sanskrit language which is a divine language. All original texts of Ayurveda were science in sanskrit so, the knowledge of sanskrit language is compulsory to learn Ayurveda.


  • To systematize Ayurveda knowledge to suit international standards.


  • To impart fundamental knowledge to the students of under-graduate classes.
  • Scientific exploration of ancient classical texts
  • Teaching by the advanced and interesting means to make the subject and knowledge up to date on scientific parameters.
  • To prove the applicability of ancient texts and basic principles in this modern era.
  • To impart not only literary but also clinical teaching based on the Basic Principles.

Rachana Sharir Department

This Department is under graduate Department will be involved in the anatomical study, teaching prescribed in Ayurvedic scriptures, modern aspects, practical dissection of human body and demonstration through models, charts, etc. at the Under-Graduate levels after approval.It deals with the study of structure of the Human Body and topics like embryology, histology, Anthropometry, Genetics, marmashariretc as per Ayurved and Modern science.


  • Imparting practical and clinical based knowledge of Rachanasharir to students for strengthening their foundation of basic principles for future clinical practice.


  • Imparting knowledge of Human Anatomy using maximum aids and tools thereby making it easy and interesting for students.
  • Develop newer techniques for specimen and model preparation, cadaver preservation and museum development.
  • Initiate further research in Rachanasharir through various Research projects.

Kriya Sharir Department

KriyaSharir deals with the function of human body and various systems.It emphasizes the concepts of Dosha, Dhatu and Malas. According to the Ayurveda every individual is unique entity and for knowing this uniqueness of every individuals “prakritiparikshan” that is the analysis of body and mind is the specialty of this subject.It deals with physiology structure of human body which includes indriya (sensory organs) and motor functions, mana(psyche), atma(soul) and their functions.


Creating a diverse and stimulating intellectual environment that ensures a transformational impact in learning, innovating and discovering new Knowledge from ancient concepts thus serving the humanity.


To enable the students to become the world’s leading Ayurvedic professionals and Scientific minds faculties.

Unique Features

  • Open and free academic environment.
  • Library with more than 2500 books and internet facility
  • Spacious Lecture Halls with LCD facility, Conference Hall with Audio Visual Facility
  • Spacious and well equipped Laboratory including dissection hall for cadaver dissection, specimen preparation and surface anatomy with availability of bone and brain sectioning machine for preparing sectional Anatomy specimens.Well maintained Museum containing abundant Models, Charts for study reference.
  • Well maintained Herbal Garden, separate hostels and common rooms for Boys and Girls.

Career Prospective

  • After the completion of BAMS degree, one can either continue general practice or pursue higher studies (MD, MS, post-graduate degree in various subjects such as Panchakarma, Balaroga).
  • There are also opportunities to work in hospital and healthcare administration and health supervision.
  • BAMS can find a job in both government and private clinics and Hospitals, as, Resident Medical Officer, RSO,Ayurvedic Doctor, Ayurveda Specialists, Category Manager, Jr. Clinical Trial Coordinator, Medical Representative, etc., Ayurveda drug specialists and may even start their private practice.