College of Ayurved Pune is a well-known Private Ayurvedic College in Maharashtra. The college, popularly known as Bharati Vidyapeeth Ayurved College Pune (BVDUCA Pune), was established in 1990 to provide students with the best ayurvedic care. The National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM), New Delhi has approved BVDUCA Pune, college is also affiliated with the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences in Nashik.
The college is located in the Dhankawadi Educational complex of Bharati Vidyapeeth. The well designed college building accommodates well-equipped laboratories, dissection lobby, spacious demonstration halls, museums, classrooms and library with a reading hall and internet facility.
With Vision to become a top-tier institution of higher learning with a vibrant curriculum; the college has taken upon the mission to offer Borderless accessibility to Ayurved education and outstanding Ayurved education, also to establish national and worldwide networks with business, other academic, and research organisations, and to carve out a position for the college in the field of Ayurved education
Highlights of College of Ayurved Pune
|College Name||College of Ayurved, Pune|
|Popular Name||College of Ayurved, Pune|
|Affiliated with||Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik|
|Approved by||National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM), New Delhi|
|Course||BAMS-UG, MD/MS-PG, Ph.D|
|Category||Ayurved Colleges in Maharashtra|
|UG Entrance test||NEET Exam conducted by NTA|
|PG Entrance Test||All India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Test (AIAPGET) conducted by NTA|
|Contact Details||Address: Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Campus, Pune – Satara Road, Pune –411 043 Maharashtra, INDIA|
Admission Helpline No: 9289495501
Affiliation, Recognition, and Aid Status
- Affiliated with– Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik
- Approved by – National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM), New Delhi
- Aid Status-Private
- Samitha Sidhant,
- Rachana Sharir,
- Kriya Sharir,
- Swasthavritta ,
- Rog Nidan and Vikriti Vigyan,
- Agad Tantra,
- Stree rog and Prasuti Tantra,
Faculty and staff
This college has a good ratio of well-trained and highly educated faculty members who are equipped with cutting-edge technology. It also provides a sufficient number of non-technical staff to provide a self-learning environment for the College of Ayurved, Pune is responsible for contributing to and maintaining the institution’s medical education standards. All of the campus’s faculty adheres to the following policies:
- Describe appropriate care based on the best scientific evidence available.
- Reduce incorrect variation in value-based methods.
- Provide more rational and practical behavior in relation to the subject being taught.
- Increasingly focusing on continuing education
- to encourage the effective use of available resources
- To serve as the focal point for quality control, including auditing.
- To draw attention to the shortcomings of existing literature and to make recommendations for future research.
Course offered And Intake Capacity
UG Course and intake
|BAMS||4 ½ Years + 1 year Internship||100|
|Ayurved Samhita & Siddhant||4||3 Years|
|Rachana Sharir||4||3 Years|
|Kriya Sharir||4||3 Years|
|Dravya Guna Vigyana||4||3 Years|
|Rasa Shastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana||4||3 Years|
|Roga Nidan Avum Vikrit Vigyana||3||3 Years|
|Swastha Vritta and Yoga||5||3 Years|
|Agad Tantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka||4||3 Years|
|Kaumar Bhritya – Bala Roga||4||3 Years|
College also provide Ph.D programs of all the department of Ayurveda mentioned Below
|1||Samhita & Siddhant|
Minimum 3 years
|5||Rasa Shastra avum Bhaishajya Kalpana|
|6||Roga Nidan Avum Vikriti Vigyana|
|7||Swasthavritta & Yoga|
|8||Agadtantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka|
|9||Prasuti tantra avum Stri Roga|
|13||Kaumar Bhritya – Bala Roga|
|First Professional||Second Professional||Third Professional||Fourth Professional|
|Padartha Vigyan And Ayurved Itihas||Dravyaguna Vigyan||Agadtantra||Kayachikitsa|
|Kriya Sharir||Rasashastra||Prasuti Tantra Evum Stri Roga||Shalya Tantra|
|Rachana Sharir||Charak Samhita||Kaumarbhritya Parichaya||Shalakya Tantra|
|Maulik Siddhant Avum Ashtang Hridaya||–||Charak Samhita (Uttarardha)||Research Methodology And Medical Statistics|
Here this selection will let you know about BAMS Internship. Let’s have a look.
|Sr.No.||Departments||Distribution of six months||Distribution of twelve months|
|(i)||Kayachikitsa||Two months||Four Months|
|(ii)||Shalya||One month||Two months|
|(iii)||Shalakya||One month||Two months|
|(iv)||Prasuti evam Striroga||One month||Two months|
|(v)||Balroga-Kaumarabhritya||Fifteen days||One month|
|(vi)||Panchakarma||Fifteen days||One month|
Fee Structure for Academic year 2022-23
For UG Course
Name of the course
General Category Student Fee in Rs.
|Foreign/NRICategorystudent Fee in US $|
For PG Course
|S.No.||Name of the course||Annual Fees|
General Category Student Fee in Rs.
|Foreign/NRICategorystudent Fee in US $|
|PG Degree Courses Group A|
|2||MD (Rachana Sharir)||1,50,000/-||US $4300|
|3||MD (Rog Nidan avum Vikriti Vigyana)||2,00,000/-||US $5700|
|4||MD (Kriya Sharir)||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|5||MD (Dravya Guna Vigyana)||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|6||MD (Rasashastra & Bheshajyakalpana )||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|7||MD (Agad Tantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka)||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|8||MD (Ayurved Samhita & Siddhant)||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|9||MD (Swasthvritta)||3,00,000/-||US $8600|
|10||MD (Panchakarma)||3,15,000/-||US $ 9000|
|11||MS (Shalakya)||3,15,000/-||US $ 9000|
|12||MS (Shalaya)||5,25,000/-||US $ 9000|
|13||MD (Kaumarbhritya- Balroga)||4,20,000/-||US $ 12000|
|14||MD (Kayachikitsa)||7,50,000/-||US $ 12000|
|15||MS (Prasuti evum Stree Roga)||7,87,500/-||US $ 12000|
NOTE: The above-shared fees can vary from the actual fees and are subject to change. To know the updated fee structure candidate can connect with a counseling expert on admission Helpline no. 9289495501
The College Cut-off is the minimum mark set by the selection committee for student admission. These cutoff scores will be used to create the merit list. Applicants to the Institute must meet the Cut-off for various courses.
To be considered for further admission, candidates must obtain a minimum qualifying percentile mark in the NEET 2022 entrance examination.
To be considered for AIQ and state counseling, candidates from SC/ ST/ OBC must obtain marks equivalent to at least the 40th percentile.
Aspirants in the UR category must achieve a score of at least 50th percentile.
NEET 2022 result qualifying percentile & scores (Released)
|Category||Qualifying Criteria||Cut-off marks 2022||Cut-off marks 2021|
|UR / EWS & PH||45th Percentile||116-105||137-122|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||104-93||121-108|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||104-93||121-108|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||104-93||121-108|
Ranking and Reputation
|Name of Institute||College of Ayurved, Pune|
College of Ayurved, Pune
- Address: Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Campus, Pune – Satara Road, Pune –411 043 Maharashtra, INDIA
- Admission Helpline No: 9289495501
- Email: email@example.com
- Official Website: https://coayurved.bharatividyapeeth.edu/
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BAMS Admission Consultant thoroughly helps students with Ayurvedic counseling and top Ayurvedic colleges criterion.
NEET Counseling Experts
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AYUSH counseling expert
AYUSH counseling experts with over years of experience offer their experienced counseling services so that even individuals with low NEET scores and limited financial resources might gain admission to their respective AYUSH courses.
|Entrance Exam:||NEET Entrance Exam|
|Age:||In terms of age, only aspirants aged 17 and up were permitted to register for the national entrance examination.|
|Qualification||Candidates must have passed a Class 12 or equivalent examination in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English. The qualifying marks in Class 12 must be at least 50% for general category candidates, and at least 40% for reserved category candidates.|
|Entrance Exam:||All India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Examination, AIAPGET|
|Qualification||At least 50% of marks should be scored separately in Theory and Practical of preliminary examination for each subject to be declared as pass in that subject, provided both Theory & Practical should be passed together.If a student fails to pass the preliminary examination he/she should pass them before appearing in the main examination.The PG degree will be honored after accepting the dissertation and passing all subjects of the final examination|
The AYUSH Admission Central Counseling Committee manages admission to 15% All India Quota seats in government BAMS colleges in India (AACCC). While admission to the 85% government state quota seats of the BAMS course in India is handled by the state’s affiliated university.
NEET is a mandatory test for admission to a BAMS course beginning this academic year. Check out the step-by-step process for applying to a BAMS course via NEET.
- Apply For NEET
- Appear at NEET
- NEET Result Declaration
- Enrollment at BAMS College
- Allotment of Seats at BAMS College
- Counseling basis Your NEET Score
Eligible candidates should review the detailed admission procedure listed below.
- For admission to AIQ seats in the BAMS course, students must register at aaccc.gov.in.
- Candidates must register at the official websites of the affiliated universities/colleges to be considered for state quota seats at BAMS colleges in India.
- Following the verification of the application forms, officials will release the merit list for the list of BAMS colleges in India, which will include the names of qualified candidates.
- During online counseling, shortlisted candidates must submit their course and college preferences.
- Authorities admit shortlisted candidates based on their choices submitted by applicants, NEET rank, available seats, reservation, and other criteria.
- Selected students must report to their assigned college for document verification and admission process completion.
A candidate can register for Maharashtra Ayush Counseling 2022 by visiting the official portal of the Directorate of Medical Education and Research, Maharashtra (Click Here). Let’s talk about the Maharashtra 2022 counseling process. We have described the counseling process in detail below. The Maharashtra Ayush 2022 counseling information (college, seats, quota) is available in PDF format for candidates to review.
Registration Procedure: Applicants must register online for the counseling process and carefully fill out all of the required information in the form.
Provisional Merit List: A merit list will be prepared following the successful completion of the registration process.
Document Verification Process: Shortlisted applicants will be able to proceed with the document verification process; at the time of registration, you must select any one centre for document verification.
Choices/ Filling Out: Applicants can fill out their choices/preferences online.
Seat Allocation: Applicants will be chosen based on their merit, preferences, and the availability of seats.
Reporting Procedure: According to the seat allotment, you must report to the allotted college and bring their original documents as well as photocopies on the prescribed date & timing.
AACCC Registration Process & Counseling
The counseling of AACCC will start around 15–17 days after the NEET 2022 result, and the schedule for counseling by AYUSH will be issued by AACCC. Seat allotment is done by the AACCC on the basis of the merits of the NEET score. You will be issued an allotment letter on the website of the AACCC after seat allotment. After downloading the allotment letter from here, you will have to report to the allotted college along with the original documents.
How do I register for AACCC counseling?
According to the schedule for admission to the Ayurvedic course, registration for counseling will be started. You have to register. After that, the registration fee has to be paid and the security fee has to be deposited. Which is as follows:-
For – 15% AIQ/ CU /NI
- Non refundable Registration Fees – Rs. 1000/- for all candidates.
- Refundable Security amount – Rs. 10,000/- for all candidates.
At the time of registration, all the category candidates will have to pay Rs. 11,000/- to the government institution by depositing registration fees plus security fees, and if they register for deemed also, they can use the Reuse Registration option. They have to deposit registration fees plus security fees for Deemed. But keep in mind that this option can be used only once.
What things should be kept in mind while choice filling and in which order to fill?
- First fill the top college, if the marks are less, then fill such a college first whose education is good.
- Fill the low fee college first, because there are many colleges whose fees are very high.
- After filling the top college, you have to fill the college of your state.
- Before selecting Deemed University, take information from its website or talk to the helpline number in the college. Along with the tuition fees of the college, check other expenses like Hostel, Mess, Sports etc.
- Get information about the Bond from the Participating Institute on the web portal of AACCC.
- Give priority to such a state so that you can get benefits in PG.
- Give priority to Old Medical College first. Filling the new college in the last.
Counseling Process- Rounds
AACCC conducts online counseling for First, Second Round and 3rd/Mop Up Round of All India Quota/Central University/National Institute and Deemed University for admission to BAMS, BUMS, BSMS and BUMS courses.
First Round Counseling
After registering on the website of AACCC and depositing the registration fees and security fees, the result of the first round will be published by the AACCC according to the choice fill made by the candidate for the first round. First the provisional result is published, after there is no problem or objection in it, the final result is published.Some of its important points are as follows:-
- The first round is the free exit round. You can leave the allotted seat in it, there is no need to join it.
- In this condition the security money deposited by you will be returned after counseling over in the same account from which you had deposited. You will also be eligible for the next round of AACCC and state counseling.
- If you get an allotted seat in the first round and you want to join it, then you have to download the allotment letter from the website of AACCC and report to the allotted college along with the original documents. The admission formalities have to be completed by depositing one year fee along with original documents in the allotted college.
- If you want a better college than this by participating in the second round, you will be given the option of upgrading and will be able to participate in the second round. Yes, you must select the upgrade willingness option in this condition. If you are happy with your first-round seat and do not want to participate in the second round, select No on the upgrade option form.
- If you joined the seat in the first round and later decide to leave because you have a better seat in your state, you can do so before the second round of AACCC registration begins. Its due date has been set. Before that date, go to your first-round college and resign from your assigned seat, as well as collect your original documents and deposit fees.
- If a candidate is not allotted a seat in the first round then he/she is eligible for the second round.
Second Round Counseling
- All candidates who participated in the first round are eligible for the second round. Those who did not register in the first round may do so in the second. There was no need to suppress the candidates who had registered in the first round. However, in the second round, all candidates will be required to fill the new choice.
- The first round’s choice fill will not be considered in this round; they will be automatically removed. The first provisional result is published in this round as well, and if there are no problems or objections, the final result is published. Some of its key points are as follows:
- If you want to join the AACCC Fresh Seat allotted in the second round, you must download the allotment letter from the AACCC website and report to the allotted college with the original documents. Admission formalities must be completed by depositing a one-year fee and original documents in the designated college.
- If you have a seat allotment in AIQ/Deemed in the second round and do not want to join, there will be no problem. The Security Money you deposited will be returned to you. You will also be eligible for further counseling. The second round of free exit is available until you join it. After joining, you are unable to leave that seat.
- If you are assigned a seat in AIQ / CU / NI / Deemed in the second round and join it, but later decide to resign from that seat for any reason, you will be ineligible for the next round of AACCC and State Counseling.
- If your seat is upgraded in the second round, your first-round seat will be automatically canceled and assigned to another candidate. You must first visit the joined college of the first round to obtain the relieving letter, then proceed to the allotted college of the second round to complete the admission formalities.
- If you were given the option to upgrade in the first round and did not upgrade in the second round, your first round seat will remain the same. On that seat, you will be considered Joined.
- If a candidate is allotted a seat in the SC/ST/OBC/EWS category in any college in the first round, and then in the second round, in the same college, if the seat is allotted to him in the UR category, the candidate must repeat the admission formalities.
- The first round is a free exit, so there will be no problem when filling any choice in it, but the second round has to be done carefully.
- In the Mop Up round, seats that were joined in the first and second rounds can be upgraded.
Mop Up round Counseling
AACCC conducts a mop-up round to fill the vacant seat after the second round of AIQ / CU / NI / Deemed University. Candidates who were not selected in the first and second rounds of the AACCC are eligible for this round. Candidates who joined the seat in the first and second rounds of AACCC are eligible for this; they can upgrade the seat allotted to them in their previous round. For the mop up round, new registration is possible.
Those who registered in the first and second rounds do not need to register again. Like the first and second rounds, the provisional result is published first, followed by the final result if there are no problems or objections. Some of its key points are as follows:
- In the Mop Up round, all candidates will be required to fill a new choice. Choice fills from the second round are not considered in this round and are automatically removed.
- Following seat allotment in the Mop Up Round, the allotment letter must be downloaded from the AACCC website and delivered to the assigned medical college along with the original documents. Admission formalities must be completed by depositing a one-year fee and original documents in the designated college.
- If you are allotted a seat in AIQ / CU / NI / Deemed in Mop Up round and do not join, the security money you deposited will be forfeited, but you will be eligible for Stray Vacancy Round of Central Universities/National Institute and State Counseling.
- If you are allotted a seat in AIQ / CU / NI / Deemed in Mop Up round and join it, but later decide to resign from that seat for any reason, your security money will be confiscated (forfeiture) and you will be ineligible for Stray Vacancy Round of AIQ/Central Universities/National Institute and State Counseling.
Stray Vacancy Round
The vacant seat at AIQ/Central University/National Institute is filled in this round through admission counseling by AACCC. There is no new registration in this round, and online allotment is done based on the Mop Up round selected. Deemed University is responsible for filling the counseling positions. The AACCC publishes a list of candidates registered for Deemed University on its website, as well as vacant seats by institute.
This list contains the names of candidates who have not yet been appointed. In order to participate in the stray vacancy roundRound, the student must be physically present. The Stray vacancy round schedule is available oninstituteitute’s website, and it is brief, lasting only 2-3 days. The NEET score of the current student in the institute is used to fill the vacant seat.
Original documents (along with self-attested photocopies of documents) necessary at the time of joining in designated Ayurveda/Unani/Siddha/Homoeopathy College for admission to undergraduate medical programmes for admission to 15% of total seats on All-India basis are as follows.
1. Admit Cards of Exam issued by NTA.
2. Result/ Rank letter issued by NTA.
3. Date of Birth Certificate (if High School Certificate does not bear the same)
4. Class 10th Certificate
5. Class 10+2 Certificate
6. Class 10+2 Marks Sheet
7. Eight (8) Passport size photograph same as affixed on the application form.
8. Provisional allotment letter generated on-line.
9. Proof of identity (Aadhar/ PAN/ Driving Licence/ Passport)
10. Caste certificate, if applicable – ST/SC/OBC (should not belong to Creamy Layer to claim OBC reservation benefit)/ EWS/ PwD.
For PG Candidate
- AIAPGET 2022 scorecard
- AIAPGET 2022 Admit Card
- AIA-PGET 2022 Mark Sheet Downloaded
- Mark sheet of BAMS 1st, 2nd and 3rd-year examinations
- Qualifying examination certificate, i.e. BAMS Degree Certificate
- Permanent or provisional certificate provided by Central Council of Indian Medicine
- Internship completion certificate issued from the Head of the Institution
- 10th standard certificate as proof of birth
- Valid Government Identity proofs (Driving License/ PAN Card/Voter ID/Passport or Aadhar Card)
- PwD certificate, if required.
- Caste certificate, if required.
What is the Official website for College of Ayurved, Pune?
The official website of College of Ayurved, Pune is https://coayurved.bharatividyapeeth.edu/
Is it correct that Ayurvedic medications have no side effects?
Ayurveda, like many medicinal systems, has some negative effects in its medications. The fact that Ayurvedic treatments are entirely of natural origin does not mean that they are without side effects.
Which university is affiliated College of Ayurved, Pune?
College of Ayurved, Pune is affiliated with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik.
Is College of Ayurved, Pune a govt. or private institution?
Yes, College of Ayurved, Pune is a private-run Ayurvedic institution.
What is the Location College of Ayurved, Pune?
The address of College of Ayurved, Pune is Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Campus, Pune – Satara Road, Pune –411 043 Maharashtra.
How many BAMS seats are there in College of Ayurved, Pune?
College of Ayurved, Pune has 100 students’ seats available for the BAMS course.
How do I know about the availability of seats in participating colleges during the 1st round of AACCC- UG counseling?
AACCC, M/o Ayush will upload data of available seats during each round of counseling on the AACCC-UG Portal. Accordingly, candidates submit their choices.