Prabuddh Ayurvedic Medical College Hospital & Research Center, Lucknow
Recognised by Department of Ayush, Ministry of Health Family Welfare, New Delhi
Approved by Centeral Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi
Affiliated To Lucknow University, Lucknow (U.P.)
Fees and Services

Admission Process


BAMS – (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and surgery)


Must have passed 12th standard in the first attempt with a minimum of 50% in Physics, chemistry and Biology taken together, from any state higher secondary Board or equivalent. NRI’s and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) who qualify from foreign universities will have to produce an equivalence certificate from the association of Indian Universities, New Delhi, candidates should complete 17 years of age on or before 31st December in the year of admission.

Admission Procedure*

Selection is based on the rank obtained in the common entrance test/interview.

Degree Details


Duration (in Years)




4½ + 1 year Internship




*Subject to change, to comply with the guidelines from UGC/ CCIM/other competent   authorities.



i. Rank list will be prepared on the basis of to Entrance Test Ayurvedic Medical Collage and association.

ii. Results will also be displayed on the Notice Boards in the school of Ayurveda.

iii. Result can also be obtained by contacting the admission office.



(a)  Counseling and admission will commence normally within two week from the date of announcement of results. Details of counseling such as the availability of seats and rank numbers called for counseling each day will be informed by the college to selected candidates.

(b)  Admissions will be made strictly on the basis of availability of seats. As soon as the seats are filled admissions will be closed. Mere reason that a candidate was present on the date of counseling will not confer any right on him/her for a seat.

(c) Interested candidates should report before 10.00 am on the dates allotted for the concerned rank numbers. Seat allotment will be done for the candidates present at 10.00 am or a time fixed by the basis of the ranks of candidates present at the time of allotment on the date of counseling / allotment.

(d)   If a candidate arrives late for counseling and seats get allotted to subsequent rand holders, he/ she has mo right over seats allotted to lower rand holders. Failure to report in time on the date fixed for counseling can result in a candidate for fitting his / her chance for admission. In the event of any such appeals, decision of the coordinator-Admissions on the matter shall be final & binding on the candidate.

(e) While reporting, the candidate should be accompanied at least by one of the parents and should produce the following documents in original along with two additional sets of photocopies.

i. Plus two marks list.

ii. Plus two Pass certificate. (In case of CBSE or ICSE)

iii. A document to prove the date of birth.

iv. Transfer Certificate from the Institution last attended.

v. Migration Certificate from the Board from where the candidate passed his/ her Plus Two.

vi. A Character and conduct Certificate from the Institution from where the student passed his /her plus two examinations mentioning the status of his / her behavioral pattern especially in terms as to whether the student displayed persistent violent or aggressive behaviour or any desire to harm others.

Vii. Medical Certificate for physical fitness and mental soundness from a medical Officer not below the rank of a Civil Surgeon or a Clinical Associate Professor of a medical College.

viii. Community certificate in case of SC/ST candidates.


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