AYUSH Counselling 2023 is a centralized counseling process conducted for admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy.
The purpose of AYUSH Counselling is to streamline the admission process and facilitate the allocation of seats in AYUSH colleges across the country. It ensures transparency and equal opportunity for all eligible candidates. The counseling process is conducted in online mode, and candidates are required to register and participate in the counseling rounds as per the prescribed schedule.
AYUSH centralized UG counseling process conducted by the AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) for the 15% All India Quota. Additionally, State Counseling Authorities, usually under the State Directorate of Medical Education (DME), are responsible for conducting counseling for the remaining seats in their respective states.
These counseling processes play a crucial role in facilitating admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy, ensuring fair and transparent allocation of seats to eligible candidates.
Get the best AYUSH College according to your NEET
Rank,through AYUSH Counselling.
AYUSH Counselling provides an opportunity for candidates to secure admissions in reputed AYUSH colleges and pursue their desired courses in the field of alternative medicine. It is crucial for candidates to actively participate in the counseling process and make well-informed decisions regarding their choice of college and course.
Latest Updated: Uttar Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023
|Particulars||AYUSH Counselling 2023 Details|
|AYUSH Acronym||Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy|
|AYUSH UG courses||BAMS,BHMS, BNYS, BUMS & BSMS|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam Based|
|Total AYUSH seats||52,720|
|Total AYUSH colleges||914 BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, BSMS, and BNYS colleges|
|Counseling authority||AYUSH Admission Central Counseling Committee (AACCC)|
|AYUSH NEET Eligibility||10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as a core subject in both Classes 11 and 12 from a recognized board.|
Time Schedule For AACCC UG Counselling 2023-2024
|Registration & Payment||Choice Filling/Locking||Processing of Seat Allotment||Publication of Result||Reporting at allotted Institute|
|1st September, 2023 to 4th September, 2023 till 02:00 PM (Payment facility will be available till 05:00 PM of 4thSeptember, 2023 as per Server Time)||2nd September, 2023 to 4th September, 2023 till 11:55 PM (Choice Locking from 2:00 PM to 11:55 PM on 4 th September, 2023 as per Server Time)||5th September,2023 to 6th September, 2023||7th September, 2023||8th September, 2023, to 13th September, 2023|
|20th September, 2023 to 24th September 2023 till 02:00 PM (Payment facility will be available till 05:00 PM of 24th September 2023 as per Server Time||21st September, 2023 to 24th September, 2023 till 11:55 PM (Choice Locking from 2:00 PM to 11:55 PM on 24th September, 2023, as per Server Time)||25th September, 2023 to 26th September, 2023||27th September, 2023||28th September, 2023 to 5th October, 2023|
|Mop Up – 3rd Round|
|12th October, 2023 to 15th October, 2023 till 02:00 PM as per (Payment facility will be available till 05:00 PM of 15th October, 2023 as per Server Time)||13th October, 2023 to 15th October, 2023 till 11:55 PM (Choice Locking from 2:00 PM to 11:55 PM on 15th October,2023 as per Server Time)||16th October, 2023 to 17th October, 2023||18th October, 2023||19th October 2023 to 26 th October 2023|
|Stray Vacancy Round|
|Publication of Vacant seat||Choice Filling/Locking (Submission of willingness on the AACCC website)||Processing of Seat Allotment||Publication of Result||Reporting at allotted Institute|
|After 05:00 PM of 30th October, 2023||30th October, 2023 to 1st November, 2023 (Choice Locking from 2:00 PM to 11:55 PM on 1st November, 2023 as per Server Time)||2nd November to 3rd November, 2023||4th November, 2023||4th November, 2023 to 11th November, 2023|
- After 3rd round, Vacant seats of Deemed Universities and List of eligible candidates will be forwarded to Deemed Universities on 6th November 2023 for the conduction of the Stray Vacancy Round.
- Conduction of Stray Vacancy Round by the Deemed Universities from 6th November 2023 to 18th November 2023. (including counseling and reporting)
- Last date of admission in ASU&H-UG courses for the A.Y 2023-24 as notified by NCISM/NCH
AYUSH Counseling Eligibility Criteria For UG Course
|Entrance Exam:||NEET Entrance Exam|
|Age:||At least 17 years old|
|Qualifications||To apply, applicants must have passed the 10+2 exam or an equivalent examination from a recognized educational institution.|
Applicants must have a minimum of 50 % marks in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as required subjects, with 40 % marks for SC/ST applicants and 45 % marks for PwD students. For international students, a comparable qualification that has been authorized by the institution will be accepted.
AYUSH NEET UG Cut-Off 2023
|Category||Percentile||NEET cut-off marks 2022||NEET cut-off marks 2023|
|UR/EWS||50th percentile||720 -130||720-137|
|OBC||40th Percentile||136 -107||136-107|
|SC||40th Percentile||136 -107||136-107|
|ST||40th Percentile||136 -107||136-107|
|UR / EWS &PH||45th Percentile||136 -121||136-121|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||120 -107||120-107|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||120 -107||120-107|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||120 -108||120-107|
AYUSH Counselling Eligibility Criteria For PG - MS/MS Course
|Discipline||Qualification||Internship Completion||Eligibility Criteria|
|Ayurveda||BAMS||Completed or Likely to complete as per NCISM/NCH notification||Possess permanent or provisional registration certificate of BAMS issued by the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine.|
|Unani||BUMS||Completed or Likely to complete as per NCISM/NCH notification||Possess permanent or provisional registration certificate of BUMS issued by National Commission for Indian System of Medicine|
|Siddha||BSMS||Completed or Likely to complete as per NCISM/NCH notification||Possess permanent or provisional registration certificate of BSMS issued by National Commission for Indian System of Medicine or State Board.|
|Homeopathy||BHMS||Completed or Likely to complete as per NCISM/NCH notification||Possess permanent or provisional registration certificate of BHMS issued by National Commission for Homeopathy or State Board.|
AIAPGET Cut-Off 2023
|Category||Qualifying Percentile 2022||Qualifying Percentile 2023|
|General/EWS||50||Will be Announced|
|OBC/SC/ST||40||Will be Announced|
|General/EWS-PH||45||Will be Announced|
|OBC/SC/ST-PH||40||Will be Announced|
AYUSH Courses Offered
|Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)||4.5 Years + 1 Years||National Commission of Indian System of Medicine (NCISM)|
|Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS)||4.5 Years + 1 Years||National Commission of Indian System of Medicine (NCISM)|
|Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery (BHMS)||4.5 Years + 1 Years||National Commission for Homeopathy (NCH)|
|Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery (BSMS)||4.5 Years + 1 Years||National Commission of Indian System of Medicine (NCISM)|
|Bachelor of Yoga and Naturopathy Medicine and Surgery (BNYS)||4.5 Years + 1 Years||National Commission of Indian System of Medicine (NCISM)|
|MD Ayurveda||3 Years|
|MD Agad Tantra||3 Years|
|MD Bala Roga||3 Years|
|MD Dravya Guna||3 Years|
|MD Kayachikitsa||3 Years|
|MD Maulika Siddhanta||3 Years|
|MD Panchakarma||3 Years|
|MD Roga & Vikriti Vijnana||3 Years|
|MD Rasa Shastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana Iatro-Chemistry||3 Years|
|MD Sharira Rachana||3 Years|
|MD Sharira Kriya||3 Years|
|MD Swasthya Vritta||3 Years|
|MD Rasayana & Vajikarana||3 Years|
|MD Organon of Medicine with Homeopathic Philosophy||3 years|
|MD Homoeopathic Materia Medica||3 years|
|MD Repertory||3 years|
|MD Practice of Medicine||3 years|
|MD Homoeopathic Pharmacy||3 years|
|MD Pediatrics||3 years|
|MD Psychiatry||3 years|
Yoga and Naturopathy
Types of AYUSH Counseling
There are two types of counseling authorities for AYUSH courses. Admission is done by counseling in the AACCC’s All India quota (15%) and the Admission state’s quota of 85%.
AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee ) for 15% All India Quota
The Centralized Counseling Committee is formed by the Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy (AYUSH) of the Government of India for admission to UG and PG programs. In this case, the entire admissions procedure is completed online, from vehicle registration through seat allocation.
Students from all states in India who have qualified for NEET 2023 are eligible for admission, regardless of state. AACCC grants admission to these AYUSH Institutions for BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, and BUMS programs. Government, government-aided, central university/national institutions, private, and deemed universities are all types of institutions in this context.
State Counseling Authority ( State DME )
The Concerned State forms a Counseling Committee for admission to BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, and BUMS in AYUSH Institutions in their respective states, which allocates 85 % of government seats and private medical college seats. The admission process is based on the NEET score in the seats.
Candidates can enroll in government and private AYUSH colleges in their respective states if they are residents of that state. However, some jurisdictions, known as the Open States, allow individuals from neighboring states to apply for admission to private AYUSH universities. Admission is also based on low grades in some cases.
AYUSH Counselling For UG Course
AYUSH UG counselling refers to the counseling process for undergraduate programs in the field of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy. These programs are collectively known as AYUSH courses and are offered by various colleges and universities in India. The counselling process for AYUSH UG courses is conducted by the respective state and central counseling authorities (AACCC).
The online counselling for the allocation of 15% All India Quota Seats in Undergraduate (BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS) courses at Government/Government-aided Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani/Homoeopathy Colleges, Deemed Universities (100%), Central Universities/National Institutes is being conducted by the AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India. On the other hand, candidates seeking admission through the 85% state quota for AYUSH courses should apply to the respective state counselling authorities.
- AACCC - UG Counselling
- 15% All India Quota UG (BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS) seats under Govt./Govt. aided institute of all States/ Union Territories.
- 100% UG (BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS) seats under National/ Central Institutes.
- 100% UG (BAMS) seats under Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
- 50% BUMS seats of AMU, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.
- 50% BAMS & BHMS seats of NEIA&H, Shilong, Meghalaya.
- 100% UG (BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS) seats of all Deemed Universities.
- 100% UG seats (15% All India Quota + 85% Delhi Quota) of ASU & H Institutes under Delhi University as per eligibility conditions provided by the University.
AYUSH Counselling For PG Course
AYUSH PG counselling refers to the counseling process for postgraduate programs MD & MS in the field of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy. Similar to AYUSH UG counselling, the specific details and procedures for AYUSH PG counselling may vary depending on the state or university conducting the counseling.
The AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) of the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, New Delhi, is holding an online counselling session for the allocation of 15% All India Quota Seats. Whereas for 85% state quota AYUSH counselling, candidates need to apply to their respective state counselling authorities.
- AACCC - PG Counselling
- 15% All India Quota seats of PG courses under Govt./Govt. aided ASU & H institutes of all States/Union Territories.
- 100% PG Seats (All India Quota + Institutional Quota) under Banaras Hindu University as per eligibility conditions provided by the University.
- 100% seats of National Institutes (as per eligibility condition provided by the respective Institutes).
- 100% PG seats of all Deemed Universities.
- 100% PG seats (50 % AIQ + 50 DUQ) of ASU & H Institutes under Delhi University as per eligibility conditions provided by the University.
AYUSH Counseling State Quota (85%)
The AACCC, Ministry of AYUSH , will apply the rundown on the 15% AIQ seats, while the state-wise University will apply the rundown on the 85 % state quota seats, for which the AACCC will not be held liable if any discrepancy emerges.
|States||Conducting Authority||Counselling Process|
|Uttar Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate General of Medical Education and Training, Uttar Pradesh||Click Here|
|Uttarakhand AYUSH Counselling 2023||HNB’s Uttarakhand Medical Education University||Click Here|
|Rajasthan AYUSH Counselling 2023||Medical Education, Government of Rajasthan||Click Here|
|Bihar AYUSH Counselling 2023||Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board||Click Here|
|Maharashtra AYUSH Counseling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER)||Click Here|
|Kerala AYUSH Counselling 2023||Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE)||Click Here|
|Meghalaya AYUSH Counseling 2023||North East Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS), Shillong||Click Here|
|Goa AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Technical Education, Goa||Click Here|
|Mizoram AYUSH NEET Counseling 2023||Department of Higher and Technical Education, Government of Mizoram||Click Here|
|Andhra Pradesh AYUSH NEET Counseling 2023||Dr. NTR University of Health Science, Andhra Pradesh||Click Here|
|Assam AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education, Assam||Click Here|
|Manipur AYUSH Counseling 2023||Directorate of Health Services, Manipur Government||Click Here|
|Arunachal Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Higher and Technical Education (DME), Arunachal Pradesh||Click Here|
|Haryana AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Haryana||Click Here|
|Chhattisgarh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education (DME), Raipur||Click Here|
|Madhya Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education, Madhya Pradesh||Click Here|
|Karnataka AYUSH Counselling 2023||Karnataka Education Authority (KEA)||Click Here|
|Jammu and Kashmir AYUSH Counselling 2023||Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE)||Click Here|
|Gujarat AYUSH Counselling 2023||Admission Committee for Professional Undergraduate Medical Educational Courses (ACPUGMEC)||Click Here|
|Tamil Nadu AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu||Click Here|
|Himachal Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Himachal Pradesh University (HPU), Shimla||Click Here|
|Jharkhand AYUSH Counselling 2023||Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB)||Click Here|
|Sikkim AYUSH Counselling 2023||Government of Sikkim Human Resource Development Department||Click Here|
|Odisha AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of AYUSH, Odisha||Click Here|
|Punjab AYUSH Counselling 2023||Guru Ravidas Ayurved University||Click Here|
|Andaman and Nicobar AYUSH Counselling 2023||Andaman and Nicobar Islands Institute of Medical Science (ANIIMS), Portblair||Click Here|
|Telangana AYUSH Counselling 2023||Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences||Click Here|
|West Bengal AYUSH Counselling 2023||Government of West Bengal, Department of Health & Family Welfare||Click Here|
|Tripura AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical Education, Health and Family Welfare||Click Here|
|Nagaland AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Technical Education, Kohima||Click Here|
|Chandigarh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH)||Click Here|
|Lakshadweep AYUSH Counselling 2023||AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee||Click Here|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli AYUSH Counselling 2023||Directorate of Medical & Health Services, Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Click Here|
|Delhi AYUSH Counselling 2023||Faculty of Ayurvedic and Unani Medicine, GGSIPU||Click Here|
|Puducherry AYUSH Counselling 2023||Centralised Admission Committee of the Government of Puducherry||Click Here|
AYUSH Counselling Registration Process
The registration process for AYUSH counselling may vary depending on the conducting authority or institution. Here are the Generic steps involved in the registration process:
- Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of the AYUSH counseling conducting authority or institution. This information can usually be found on the official website of the Ministry of AYUSH or the respective state AYUSH authority.
- Online Registration: Look for the registration link or option on the website. Click on the registration link to start the registration process.
- Fill in Personal Details: Provide the required personal details such as name, date of birth, gender, category, contact information, and any other details as specified in the registration form.
- Academic Details: Enter your academic qualifications, including your undergraduate course details, college/university name, year of passing, and other relevant information.
- Uploading Documents: Upload scanned copies of the required documents as mentioned in the registration form. These documents may include mark sheets, degree certificates, internship completion certificate, identity proof, residence proof, category certificate (if applicable), and other relevant documents. Ensure that the documents meet the specified size and format requirements.
- Payment of Registration Fee: Pay the registration fee, if applicable, as mentioned on the website. The payment can usually be made online through various payment modes such as credit/debit card, net banking, or e-wallets.
- Submit the Form: After filling in all the required information and uploading the documents, review the registration form to ensure all details are accurate. Then, submit the form online.
- Acknowledgement/Confirmation: After successful submission, you will receive an acknowledgement or confirmation of your registration. This may be in the form of a registration number or a confirmation email.
For the Complete registration process of AYUSH State wise counselling, we have mentioned in the previous table of AYUSH Counseling State Quota (85%) AYUSH Counseling.
AACCC AYUSH Counselling Online Registration & Process
Step 1: Visit the AACCC counseling website (www.aaccc.gov.in).
Step 2: Register on the AACCC-UG portal using the same Email address and Mobile Number submitted during NEET-UG 2023 registration.
Step 3: Download the ‘Sandes app’ on your registered phone number to receive OTP for registration.
Step 4: Use a Laptop or Computer with the latest version of Chrome/Internet Explorer/Firefox/Windows/IOS for a smooth registration process.
Step 5: Provide accurate information during registration as your allocation will be based on it.
Step 6: Complete the registration process by following the instructions on the AACCC-UG portal.
By following these step-wise instructions, you can easily register for AACCC Counselling online.
AACCC Counselling Process
Round 1: Eligibility for Participation
Only NEET (UG) – 2023 qualified candidates are eligible for AACCC-UG counseling.
- Register for AACCC-UG Counseling.
- Pay the Counselling Fee (Non-Refundable Registration Fee + Security Deposit Money).
- Fill in and lock your choices.
- The seat allotment list will be published (result).
- Physically report to the allotted college.
Round 2: Eligibility for Participation
- NEET (UG)-2023 qualified candidates who have not registered in the 1st Round.
- Candidates registered in the 1st Round but were not allotted a seat.
- Candidates who opted for free exit in the 1st Round.
- Candidates who joined the allotted seat in the 1st Round and submitted willingness for up-gradation in the 2nd Round.
- Register for AACCC-UG Counseling (Candidates from the 1st Round need not register again).
- Pay the Counseling Fee (Non-Refundable Registration Fee + Security Money) if not paid already.
- Fill in and lock your choices.
- The seat allotment list will be published (result).
- Physically report to the allotted college.
Round 3/Mop-up Round: Eligibility for Participation
- NEET (UG)-2023 qualified candidates who have not registered in the 1st Round & 2nd Round.
- Candidates who have already registered but were not allotted seats in the 1st Round & 2nd Round.
- Candidates registered in Round 1/Round 2 and availed of Free Exit.
- Candidates who joined the 1st Round allotted seat and submitted willingness for upgradation but did not participate in the 2nd Round of counseling.
- Candidates who joined the allotted seat in the 2nd Round and submitted willingness for up-gradation in the AACCC counseling 3rd Round.
- Candidates who leave/resign the allotted seat in the 2nd Round, with forfeiture of Security money, three days before the commencement of the 3rd Round can participate with payment of complete fees.
- Register for AACCC-UG Counseling (Candidates from the 1st Round/2nd Round need not register again).
- Pay the Counseling Fee (non-refundable Registration Fee and Security Money if not paid already).
- Fill in and lock your choices.
- The seat allotment list will be published (result).
- Physically report to the allotted college.
Stray Vacancy Round for AIQG/AIQGA/CU/NI
- Seats that remain vacant after the 3rd/Mop-up Round will be filled through the AACCC’s online Stray Vacancy Round.
- Eligibility for Participation:
- All registered candidates who were not admitted to any seats through AACCC-UG counseling or state/UT counseling.
- No fresh registration in the Stray Vacancy Round.
- Submit willingness in the AACCC-UG portal to participate in the Stray Vacancy Round with an undertaking that you do not hold any UG (ASU&H) seats allotted through AACCC-UG counseling or counseling conducted by State/UTs.
- Option for choice filling is available.
- No upgradation is available from the 3rd/Mop-up Round to the Stray Vacancy Round.
Stray Vacancy Round for Deemed University
- The respective Deemed Universities conduct the Stray Vacancy Round for seat allotment under Deemed Universities.
- AACCC will send a list of eligible registered candidates to Deemed Universities for the Stray Vacancy Round, which will be exercised strictly in order of merit.
- The seats are domicile-free, and only registered AACCC-UG counseling candidates are eligible for admission.
State Quota vs All India Quota
|State Quota||All India Quota|
|Definition- Under State Quota, a certain percentage of seats in educational institutions is reserved for candidates from the respective state or union territory.||Definition- All India Quota refers to the percentage of seats that are available to candidates from all states and union territories across the country, irrespective of their domicile.|
|Eligibility- State Quota seats are primarily reserved for candidates who are residents of the particular state or union territory where the educational institution is located.||Eligibility-All India Quota seats are open to candidates from all states and union territories in India, regardless of their domicile. It provides an opportunity for students to compete for seats in institutions across the country.|
|Seat Allocation- Under State Quota, seats in educational institutions are allocated based on the ranks and merit lists of candidates from the respective state or union territory. Each state has its own specific reservation policies and criteria for seat allocation.||Seat Allocation- All India Quota seats are allocated based on the ranks and merit lists of candidates from all states and union territories in India. The allocation is conducted on a national level, considering the candidates' performance in the entrance examinations.|
|Percentage of Seats-he percentage of seats reserved under State Quota varies from state to state and can range from 85% to 100% of the total seats in educational institutions.||Percentage of Seats-The percentage of seats available under the All India Quota is fixed at 15% of the total seats in government medical colleges across the country. It is applicable to both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.|
|Domicile Requirement- State Quota seats are primarily meant for candidates who fulfill the domicile requirements of the respective state or union territory. They are given priority based on their residency status.||Domicile Requirement- All India Quota seats do not have any specific domicile requirement. Candidates from any state or union territory are eligible to compete for these seats.|
|Counseling Process- The counseling process for State Quota seats is conducted by the state government or the designated authority responsible for admissions. The counseling is state-specific and follows the reservation policies and guidelines of that particular state||Counseling Process- The counseling process for All India Quota seats is conducted by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) at the national level. It follows a centralized counseling procedure for admissions across various states and union territories.|
List of Participating AYUSH UG Colleges
|States||List of Colleges|
|Uttar Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Uttarakhand AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Rajasthan AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Bihar AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Maharashtra AYUSH Counseling 2023||Click Here|
|Kerala AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Meghalaya AYUSH Counseling 2023||Click Here|
|Goa AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Mizoram AYUSH NEET Counseling 2023||Click Here|
|Andhra Pradesh AYUSH NEET Counseling 2023||Click Here|
|Assam AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Manipur AYUSH Counseling 2023||Click Here|
|AYUSH Arunachal Pradesh Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Haryana AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Chhattisgarh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Madhya Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Karnataka AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Jammu and Kashmir AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Gujarat AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Tamil Nadu AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Himachal Pradesh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Jharkhand AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Sikkim AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Odisha AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Punjab AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Andaman and Nicobar AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Telangana AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|West Bengal AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Tripura AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Nagaland AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Chandigarh AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Lakshadweep AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Delhi AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
|Puducherry AYUSH Counselling 2023||Click Here|
AYUSH Counselling 2023 Reservation Policy
The Central Government’s reservation policy applies to 15 % of AIQ seats at Govt./Govt Aided ASU & H Colleges/Central Universities/National Institutes as follows:
|O.B.C||27% (Non-Creamy Layer) as per the central list|
|EWS||10% as per Central Govt. norms|
|PwD||5% Horizontal Reservation|
• According to the requirements of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016, the percentage of seats reserved for PWDs has been increased from 3% to 5% in AIQ and the 21 Benchmark Disabilities.
• Candidates who wish to be considered for the 5% PwD reservation in UG seats at Govt./Govt. Aided/Central/National ASU & H institutions must obtain a Disability certificate from one of the designated disability centers listed in ANNEXURE- II, as per the 21 Benchmark Disabilities established under the RPWD Act 2016. Any other hospital’s or board’s certificate will not be accepted.
• In addition, Annexure-I has the ‘Certificate of Disability’ format.
• If a candidate fails to present a Caste and PwD/EWS certificate in the appropriate format, if applicable, at the designated ASU & H College, applicants would be denied admission and, if otherwise eligible, their category will be changed in the next round. Furthermore, candidates are advised to study the NEET-UG, 2022 Brochure attentively for information on Caste, EWS, and PwD Reservations/Certificate.
Seats that remain vacant due to non-joining/non-reporting/vacating during the 2nd Round will be converted during the 3rd/Mop-up round of counseling according to the following algorithm, but only if the reserved seat is not chosen by any candidate/non-availability of candidate in that category.
|Category Conversion||Converted to|
|Jain Minority/ Linguistic Minority/ Muslim Minority||UR|
- NEET UG 2023 admit card & Marksheet.
- Copy of completed www.mahacet.org online application form (latest).
- Nationality certificate issued by District Magistrate/Addl. District Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate (Competent Authority for the Issue of Such Certificate)/valid Indian passport/HSC/12th Std. School Leaving Certificate identifying the candidate’s nationality as Indian
- District Magistrate/Metropolitan Magistrate/Addl. District Magistrate or Competent Authority issues a Domicile Certificate.
- Mark sheet from the H.S.C. (or similar) examination.
- SSC (or similar) certificate of completion (for Date of Birth).
- Bank Details
- Medical fitness certificate (Annexure – H) for Aadhar Card If this is the case:
- Certificate of Caste
- Certificate of Caste Validity
- The certificate for non-creamy layers is valid until March 31, 2023. (For DT-A, NT-B, NT-C, NT-D & OBC including SBC).
- Ex-servicemen Certificate/Actual Service Certificate (D1/D2/D3).
- D1/D2: Maharashtra Certificate of Defense Person’s Domicile.
- D3: Transfer certificate and parents’ Domicile certificate from a state other than Maharashtra.
- After March 31, 2023, a Competent Authority will provide an EWS Eligibility Certificate.
- MKB: Certificate from a disputed area, mother tongue certificate, and SSC/HSC from the MKB area.
- Medical Fitness Certificate of Authorized Medical Board for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Candidates.
- Candidates from underrepresented groups (Minority).
- For orphans, a certificate from the Women and Child Welfare Department is required.
Tips for Successful Counselling and Seat Allocation
- Research: Thoroughly research AYUSH 2023 courses and institutes to understand their scope and suitability for you.
- Check Eligibility: Ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria for the desired courses and institutes.
- Stay Updated: Stay updated with official websites for announcements, important dates, and changes in the counselling process.
- Prepare Documents: Gather and organize all required documents in advance to avoid last-minute hassles.
- Create a Priority List: Prioritize your choices based on preferences such as location, specialization, reputation, faculty, and infrastructure.
- Attend Mock Counselling: Participate in mock counselling sessions to familiarize yourself with the process and understand the possible outcomes.
- Seek Guidance: Seek guidance from professionals, counselors, or seniors to clarify doubts and make informed decisions.
- Be Prepared for Seat Allotment: Be mentally prepared for seat allotment and carefully consider the options before accepting or rejecting a seat.
- Stay Calm and Positive: Maintain a calm and positive mindset throughout the process, trusting in your choices and believing in your abilities.
Guidelines for Choice Filling and Seat Locking
- Understand Your Options: Familiarize yourself with the available AYUSH courses and institutes. Research their reputation, curriculum, infrastructure, and placement opportunities.
- Prioritize Your Choices: Create a priority list of preferred courses and institutes based on factors like location, specialization, faculty, facilities, and career prospects.
- Read the Instructions: Carefully read the instructions provided by the conducting authority for choice filling and seat locking. Understand the guidelines, rules, and deadlines.
- Start with Top Choices: Begin by filling in your top choices, the courses, and institutes that are your first preferences. These are the ones you are most interested in and would like to secure admission in.
- Consider Realistic Options: While aiming high, be realistic about your chances of securing admission in highly competitive courses or institutes. Include moderately competitive and safer options as well.
- Check Seat Availability: Keep track of seat availability for each course and institute. Take note of limited seats in popular courses and make informed decisions based on that.
- Review and Edit: Review your choices before finalizing them. Consider your interest, academic background, and career opportunities associated with each course. Make necessary edits if required.
- Lock Your Choices: Once you are satisfied, proceed to lock your choices within the specified deadline. This ensures that your choices are considered for seat allocation.
- Double-Check: Before locking your choices, double-check all the details you have entered. Verify the courses and institutes selected, and ensure there are no errors or omissions.
- Secure Confirmation: After locking your choices, make sure you receive a confirmation message or email. This confirms that your choices have been successfully submitted.
- Maintain a Record: Keep a record of your filled choices, locked choices, and confirmation details for future reference and counseling rounds, if applicable.
Useful Tips and Guidance for AYUSH Counselling
- Understand the AYUSH Courses: Before participating in AYUSH counselling, make sure you have a clear understanding of the different AYUSH courses available. Research their scope, duration, curriculum, and career opportunities. This will help you make an informed choice during the counselling process.
- Research Institutes: Explore and gather information about the AYUSH institutes that offer the courses you are interested in. Look for details like accreditation, faculty qualifications, infrastructure, clinical facilities, and research opportunities. This research will assist you in selecting the right institute that suits your preferences and aspirations.
- Check Eligibility Criteria: Review the eligibility criteria for the AYUSH courses you wish to pursue. Ensure that you fulfill all the academic, age, and other specific requirements specified by the conducting authority. Eligibility criteria may vary for different courses and institutes, so pay attention to the details.
- Stay Updated: Keep yourself updated with the latest information regarding AYUSH counselling. Regularly check the official websites of the respective AYUSH councils or conducting authorities for announcements, notifications, and important dates. This will help you avoid missing any crucial deadlines or updates.
- Prepare Documents in Advance: Gather and organize all the necessary documents well in advance. These may include academic certificates, mark sheets, identity proof, residence proof, category certificates (if applicable), and any other documents specified in the counselling guidelines. Ensure that you have both the original copies and multiple sets of photocopies for submission.
- Create a Priority List: If you have multiple choices for courses or institutes, create a priority list based on your preferences. Consider factors like location, course specialization, reputation, faculty, infrastructure, and placement opportunities. This will make it easier for you to make decisions during the counselling process.
- Attend Mock Counselling: Participate in mock counselling sessions if available. Mock counselling helps you understand the process, familiarize yourself with the online or offline system, and get a sense of how seat allotment and choice filling work. It also gives you an idea of the possible outcome based on your choices.
- Seek Guidance: If you have any doubts or questions regarding the AYUSH counselling process, eligibility, or course selection, seek guidance from qualified professionals, career counselors, or seniors who have already been through the process. Their insights and experiences can provide valuable guidance and clarity.
- Be Prepared for Seat Allotment: During the counselling process, be prepared for seat allotment. Keep multiple options in mind based on your priority list. If you are allotted a seat, carefully consider the options before accepting or rejecting it. Follow the specified procedure and complete the required formalities within the given time frame.
- Stay Calm and Positive: Finally, stay calm and maintain a positive mindset throughout the AYUSH counselling process. It can be a competitive and stressful time but remember to believe in your abilities and trust the process. Have confidence in your choices and remain optimistic about the outcome.
AYUSH Counselling 2023 Disability Criteria
According to the NCISM/NCH Gazette Notifications, participants is Eligible/Not Eligible for admission to Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani/Homoeopathy UG programs if they’re otherwise medically stable.
Mentioning the part of EWS people while filling their Disability certificate:-
|S.No.||Disability Type||Type of Disability||Specified Disability|
|1.||Physical Disability||A. Locomotor Disability |
B. Visual Impairment
C. Hearing Impairment
D. Speech & Language Disability
|a. Leprosy-cured person |
b. Cerebral Palsy,
d. Muscular Dystrophy
e. Acid attack victims
f. Others such as Amputation, Poliomyelitis.
|2.||Intellectual Disability||a. Specific Learning Disabilities (Perceptual disabilities, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia & Developmental Aphasia b. Autism Spectrum Disorders||a. Blindness |
b. Low Vision
d. Hard of hearing
e. Organic/Neurological causes
|3.||Mental Behaviour||a. Mental illness||i. Multiple Sclerosis|
|4.||Disability caused due to||a.Chronic Neurological Conditions|
iii. Sickle Cell Disease
List Of Centres For Disability Certificate
|S.No.||Disability Certificate Issuing Centres||City/State||Disability Certificate can be issued based on the Specialties disabilities categories listed on the certificate|
|1.||Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi-110029||DELHI/NEW DELHI||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except auditory disabilities (ENT) and Intellectual Disabilities & Behavioral disabilities.|
|2.||All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (for Locomotor Disability only), Hazi Ali, Mumbai-100034.||MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA||For Locomotor Disability only|
|3.||Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research, Kolkata – 700020||KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL||All Disabilities|
|4.||Madras Medical College, Park Town, Chennai-60003||CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU||All Disabilities|
|5.||Grant Government Medical College, J.J. Hospital Compound, Mumbai, Maharashtra||MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA||MI Disabilities|
|6.||Goa Medical College, NH 17, Bambolim, Tiswadi, Goa-403202||GOA||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except Speech Disability.|
|7.||Government Medical College, Medical PO, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala State, India PIN-695011||THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KERALA||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate. Ophthalmology Tests to be conducted at the Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, Thiruvananthapuram under GMC Thiruvananthapuram|
|8.||SMS Medical College, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Gangawal Park, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan-302004||JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except Neurology- Genetic Testing ENT- Speech & Language Disability Testing Orthopaedics/ PMR- Goniometer Adult. Plumb Line, Hand Dynamometer, Laser|
|9.||Govt. Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh||CHANDIGARH||All Disabilities|
|10.||Govt. Medical College, Agartala, State Disability Board, Agartala, Tripura||AGARTALA, TRIPURA||Information Still Awaited|
|11.||Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh||VARANASI, UTTAR PRADESH||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except Intellectual Disability.|
|12.||Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech and Hearing Disabilities, Bandra, Mumbai (For Hearing Disabilities only)||MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA||For Hearing Disabilities only|
|13.||AIIMS, Nagpur||NAGPUR, MAHARASHTRA||All Disabilities|
|14.||Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Medical Sciences & RML Hospital, New Delhi. (ABVIMS & RMLH)||New Delhi||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except ENT|
|15.||Lady Hardinge Medical College & Associated Hospitals (LHMC)||New Delhi||All Disabilities as mentioned in Disability Certificate except Intellectual Disability|
AYUSH Counselling Perspective
AYUSH counselling perspective refers to the outlook and approach taken by students and candidates participating in the counseling process for admission to AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy) courses in various educational institutions. This perspective involves several key aspects that influence decision-making and actions during the counseling process. Here are some essential points from the AYUSH counselling perspective:
- Interest in Traditional Medicine: Candidates participating in AYUSH counselling are typically interested in traditional forms of medicine and healing. They have a passion for holistic approaches to health and wellness and are drawn towards Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy as alternative or complementary healing systems.
- Career Aspirations: AYUSH counselling perspective involves candidates who have specific career aspirations in the field of traditional medicine. They aim to become practitioners, researchers, educators, or advocates for AYUSH systems, promoting their use and effectiveness.
- Awareness of Diverse AYUSH Courses: Perspective candidates are aware of the diverse courses available within the AYUSH domain. They consider options like BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery), BHMS (Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery), BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery), and other related undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
- Understanding of AYUSH Institutes: Candidates have knowledge about various AYUSH institutions' reputations, faculty, infrastructure, and facilities. They understand the importance of choosing a well-established and recognized institute for quality education and training.
- Research and Information: AYUSH counseling perspective involves candidates who conduct research and gather information about different AYUSH colleges, eligibility criteria, counseling procedures, reservation policies, and seat allocation processes. They stay updated with official announcements and guidelines.
- Selection Based on Aptitude and Interest: Perspective candidates carefully consider their aptitude, interests, and passion for specific AYUSH courses before making their choices during counseling. They understand that alignment with their interests is vital for a fulfilling career.
- Open to Learning and Growth: AYUSH counseling participants possess an open mindset, eager to learn about the principles and practices of traditional medicine. They are willing to embrace the philosophies of Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy.
- Readiness for Alternative Approaches: Perspective candidates are willing to explore and adopt alternative approaches to healthcare and wellness. They understand the holistic nature of AYUSH systems and are open to integrating them with conventional medicine if necessary.
- Optimism and Perseverance: AYUSH counseling perspective involves optimism and perseverance in the face of competition and limited seat availability. Candidates remain positive throughout the process and believe in their abilities to secure admission in their preferred AYUSH courses.
- Commitment to Holistic Healthcare: Candidates participating in AYUSH counseling demonstrate a commitment to promoting and practicing holistic healthcare, focusing on physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Challenges and Solutions in the Counselling Process
|Limited Seat Availability: AYUSH courses often have a limited number of seats available in comparison to the number of candidates applying for admission||Candidates should research and consider multiple options for AYUSH courses and institutes. It is important to have a list of backup choices to increase the chances of securing admission. Considering less competitive institutes or courses can also be a viable option.|
|Varying Eligibility Criteria: Different AYUSH institutes may have varying eligibility criteria, including academic qualifications, age limits, and entrance exam scores.||Candidates must carefully review the eligibility criteria of each institute they are interested in and ensure they meet the requirements. It is crucial to stay updated with the official notifications and guidelines provided by the conducting authority to avoid any misunderstandings.|
|Complex Counseling Process: The AYUSH counseling process can be complex and involve multiple steps, including choice filling, seat allotment, and document verification.||Candidates should thoroughly understand the counseling process by referring to the official counseling brochure or website. It is important to follow the instructions provided and seek clarification from the conducting authority or counseling helpline if any doubts or queries arise.|
|Counselling Schedule and Deadlines: Keeping track of counseling schedules, registration dates, choice filling deadlines, and document submission timelines can be challenging.||candidates should create a personal calendar or checklist to stay organized and ensure they meet all the important deadlines. It is advisable to set reminders for key dates and regularly check the official counseling website for updates.|
|Counselling Fee and Financial Constraints: The counseling process may involve payment of counseling fees, which can be a financial burden for some candidates.||Candidates should plan their finances in advance and be aware of the counseling fee structure. It is advisable to explore scholarship opportunities or financial assistance programs available specifically for AYUSH courses. Additionally, candidates can seek support from family, friends, or educational loan options, if needed.|
|Decision-Making Pressure: Candidates may experience pressure while making decisions regarding choice filling and seat locking, as these decisions significantly impact their academic and career paths.||Candidates should take the time to research and evaluate their options carefully. Considering their interests, future career prospects, and personal aspirations can help in making informed decisions. Seeking guidance from mentors, teachers, or AYUSH professionals can also provide valuable insights.|
|Technical Issues: Technical issues such as slow internet connection, website glitches, or system crashes during the online counseling process can be frustrating.||Candidates should ensure they have a stable internet connection and use a reliable device for the counseling process. It is advisable to have backup options, such as using different internet browsers or devices. Contacting the helpline or technical support provided by the conducting authority can help in resolving any technical issues.|
The Financial Custodian is the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), New Delhi, an autonomous institute under the Ministry of AYUSH . They shall collect non-refundable Registration Fees and refundable security amounts from applicants on behalf of AACCC and repay the security amount to the candidates on AACCC’s advice.
The candidate does not need to contact the Financial Custodian to request a refund of the security deposit. As soon as the counseling is concluded, the AACCC will provide a list of candidates who are qualified for a security deposit refund on its website (www.aaccc.gov.in) (Once all rounds of counseling are completed).
The return of the security amount will be completed by the Financial Custodian within 20 working days of the eligible list being published on the AACCC website.
AACCC will disclose the refund details, including the payback date and transaction, on its website whenever the Financial Custodian completes the refund (www.aaccc.gov.in). The refund will be credited to the candidate’s account between 02 and 15 days from the date of refund, depending on the level of digitalization of the candidate’s bank.
The candidate can contact the Financial Custodian via registered mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
a) Payment/refund inquiries sent directly to AACCC will not be answered.
b) The financial custodian will only respond to payment and refund-related inquiries via email@example.com.
c) For questions other than financial ones, candidates may contact AACCC through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AYUSH Counselling 2023 FAQs
What is AYUSH Counselling?
AYUSH counselling refers to the process of allocating seats and facilitating admissions to AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy) courses in various educational institutions. It is a centralized counseling system conducted by designated authorities or agencies to ensure a fair and transparent admission process for candidates interested in pursuing AYUSH courses.
What are the eligibility criteria for AYUSH Counselling?
AYUSH counselling eligibility criteria encompass several essential aspects. Firstly, candidates must be Indian citizens or adhere to the specified guidelines if they are foreign or NRI candidates. Secondly, educational qualifications are crucial, and candidates should have completed the necessary prerequisites for the respective AYUSH courses. Typically, this involves passing the 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized board with relevant subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, along with attaining the minimum qualifying marks.
When will the online allotment process for the current academic year begin?
The online allotment process will begin in accordance with the AACCC-UG Counseling Schedule for the Academic Year 2021-22. Kindly refer to the Schedule, which is published on the website www.aaccc.gov.in.
Do I need any documents to register online?
No documentation are necessary because it is an online allocation (Counseling) process. However, you must enter the same information that you provided when you registered for the NEET (UG), 2021 examination and upload a copy of your cancelled cheque/bank passbook/bank e-statement (having account details).
What are the guidelines for EWS, OBC, SC, ST, and PwD certificates, as well as Reservation?
The certificate should be issued by the relevant authorities in the prescribed format. If an applicant fails to present their Caste and PwD/EWS certificate in the specified format, if applicable, at the designated ASU & H College, they would be denied admission and their category will be altered in the next round, if otherwise eligible. Candidates are also recommended to carefully study the NEET-UG, 2021 Info Brief, which is available at the following link: https://neet.nta.nic.in/webinfo/File/ViewFile?FileId=83&LangId=P
Will the designated college/institution keep my original certificates when I apply for admission?
Yes, all participating colleges/institutions have been advised to keep original certificates of admitted students and release them only if the seat is upgraded or the candidate resigns/cancels.
If I receive an upgraded seat but remain in the same institution due to a change in category, do I have to reapply for the upgraded/allotted seat?
Yes, you must obtain an online created relieving letter from the institute for the earlier assigned seat via the AACCC site, and then obtain an online generated Provisional Admission Letter for the upgraded category seat; otherwise, your earlier seat would be revoked.
When and where will the Security fee be refunded?
a) The security deposit will be refunded after 20 working days from the date the AACCC publishes the refund list on its website (www.aaccc.gov.in)
b) The security amount will be refunded to the candidate’s bank account, which was supplied at the time of online registration on the AACCC portal, www.aaccc.gov.in.
c) Candidates should keep their bank accounts open until the refund process is completed.
What happens if an applicant makes multiple payments for the same flip by mistake?
After 15 days have passed since the Registration Window closed, the candidate can contact the Financial Custodian. Within 30 days of receiving a request from the candidate, the Financial Custodian will refund any excess payment
Which courses are offered under AYUSH Counselling?
AYUSH counselling offers admission to various undergraduate courses in the field of traditional medicine. These courses include BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery), BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery), BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery), and BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences). Each course focuses on a specific traditional medicine system, such as Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Naturopathy, respectively. These courses provide students with in-depth knowledge and practical training in their chosen field of traditional medicine.
How many counselling rounds are there in AYUSH Counselling?
The number of counselling rounds in AYUSH counselling varies depending on the conducting authority and the specific AYUSH course.
How do I obtain the provisional allotment letter in AYUSH Counselling?
To obtain the provisional allotment letter in AYUSH counselling, you need to register, choose and lock your preferred AYUSH courses and institutes, undergo the seat allotment process based on your rank, accept the allotted seat by paying the fees within the given timeframe, and finally, download the provisional allotment letter from the official website. The specific steps and procedures may vary, so it's important to follow the guidelines provided by the conducting authority for AYUSH counselling.
Can you provide tips for successful counselling and seat allocation in AYUSH Counselling?
Here are some tips for successful counselling and seat allocation in AYUSH Counselling: Conduct thorough research, create a priority list of preferred courses and institutes, stay updated with important notifications and schedules, ensure proper document verification, be open to alternative options, respond to seat allotments and complete formalities on time, seek guidance when needed, maintain patience and a positive mindset, stay informed about any updates or additional counselling rounds, and approach the process with confidence and calmness.
The government has implemented initiatives and policies to regulate AYUSH counselling. Key measures include the NEET entrance exam for standardized selection, centralized counselling for equal opportunities, the AACCC for transparent seat allocation, the NAM scheme for AYUSH development, and regulatory bodies like NCISM and NCH for education and ethics. These measures aim to ensure fair admissions, promote quality education and healthcare, and develop traditional medicine systems.