The Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda (ITRA) is the first AYUSH ‘Institute of National Importance’ (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy). The Indian parliament passed the ‘Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Act, 2020,’ and its provisions went into effect on October 15, 2020.
The Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda (ITRA), Jamnagar, was established in October 2020 under the ITRA Act 2020 by combining three separate institutes, namely the Institute of Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar, Shree Gulabkunverba Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Jamagar, and Indian Institute of Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jamagar.
Furthermore, the Maharshi Patanjali Institute for Yoga Naturopathy Education and Research (MPIYNER), a constituent SFI college of the Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, is integrated with the ITRA under the Swasthavritta department.
Shri Gulabkunverba Ayurvedic Society established the Shree Gulabkunverba Ayurved Mahavidyalaya for Ayurvedic Studies on July 1, 1946. As Jamnagar grew in prominence as a centre of Ayurvedic learning, the “Central Institute for Research in Indigenous System of Medicine (CIRISM)” was established in 1952 at Dhanvantari Mandir in Jamnagar. On July 20, 1956, the ‘Centre for PG Studies and Research in Ayurveda’ was established as a Central Post Graduate Centre.
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Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Mission and Vision:
- To serve as custodian and propagate the knowledge of Ayurveda and Allied health sciences globally
- To foster academic excellence and global competencies among students and researchers through quality education, training and research in Ayurveda and allied sciences.
- To create an environment for the generation of new knowledge through meaningful research adopting advanced methods of pedagogy and incorporating modern principles of academics integrated with highest ethical standards.
- To provide highest standard of comprehensive Ayurveda health care to community
To be an institution par excellence with highest standards of education, training, research and health care through Ayurveda and Allied sciences.
Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Highlights
|College Name||Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda|
|Location||Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar-361001|
|Affiliated with||Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar|
|Approved by||National Commission for Indian System Of Medicine- NCISM.|
|Intake Capacity||125 Seats (115 – Indian National & 10 – Foreign National)|
|Category||BAMS Colleges in Gujarat|
|UG Entrance test||NEET Exam conducted by NTA (once a year)|
|Contact Details||Address: Opp. B-Division Police Station, Gurudwara Road, Jamnagar, Gujarat 361008|
Admission Helpline no: 9289495501
Affiliation, Recognition, and Achievement
- Affiliated with: Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar
- Approved by: National Commission for Indian System Of Medicine- NCISM.
- Aid Status: Government
- Research Lab
- In campus facilities
- IT Center
- Agad Tantra
- Dravyaguna Kaumarbhritya
- Kriya Sharir
- Prasuti Tantra
- Rachana Sharir
- Sanskrit Samhita Siddhhant
- Shalya Tantra
- Shalakya Tantra
- Res. Meth. & Central Research Lab
Faculty & 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 students. As a faculty member of the Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, you are responsible for contributing to and maintaining the institution’s standards of medical education. 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.
Under Graduate Course Details:
|BAMS||4.6+ 1 Year Internship|
We will inform you about the BAMS Syllabus in this section.
|First Professional BAMS -12 Months||Second Professional BAMS -12 Months||Third Professional BAMS -12 Months||Final Professional BAMS -18 Months|
|Padartha Vigyan evam Ayurveda Itihas||Dravyaguna Vigyan (Pharmacology and Materia Medica)||Roga Nidhan vikriti vigyan (Pathology & Microbiology)||Shalya Tantra (General Surgery)|
|Sanskrit||Rasashastra – Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical Sciences)||Charak samhita – Uttarardha||Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of head & neck including ophthalmology, ENT and dentistry)|
|Kriya Sharir (Physiology)||Agdaa tantra vyavahar ayurved evam vidhi vaidyaka (Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence)||Swastha vritta & Yoga (Preventive & Social Medicine & Yoga)||Kayachikitsa (Internal Medicine – including Manas roga, Rasayan & Vajikarana)|
|Rachana Sharir (Anatomy)||Charak – Purvardha||Prasuthi & Striroga (Gynecology & Obstetrics)||Panchakarma|
|Maulik Siddhant evam Ashtanga Hridaya (Sutra Sthan)||–||Bal roga (Paediatrics)||Research Methodology & Medical Statistics|
This section will inform you about BAMS Internship.
|Departments||Distribution of six months||Distribution of twelve months|
|Kayachikitsa||Two months||Four Months|
|Shalya||One month||Two months|
|Shalakya||One month||Two months|
|Prasuti and Striroga||One month||Two months|
|Balroga-Kaumarabhritya||Fifteen days||One month|
|Panchakarma||Fifteen days||One month|
|Particular||Tution Fee INR|
|BAMS||For Indian Nationals as per Government rules|
Post Graduation Course Details:
|Course Name||Duration||Tution Fees||Seats Intake|
|Doctor of Medicine (Ayurveda Vachaspati) M.D.(Ayu) and Doctor of Surgery (Ayurveda Dhanvantari) M.S.(Ayu)||3 Years||No Fees for Indian Nationals||41 stipendiary9 non-stipendiary|
|Doctor of Philosophy (Ayurvidya Varidhi) Ph.D.(Ayu)||Minimum 2 years||Rs. 4000/- per term plus registration and other charges as applicable||Depending on vacancy with the concerned supervisor/guide. 20 stipendiary seats are available|
The College Cut-off is the minimum mark set by the selection committee for student admission. These cutoff scores will be used to create a merit list. Aspirants who apply to the Institute must meet the Cutoff for various programmes.
In order to be considered for further admission, candidates must acquire a minimum qualifying percentile mark in the NEET 2023 entrance examination.
To be considered for AIQ counseling, candidates from SC/ ST/ OBC must acquire at least 40th percentile marks.
Aspirants in the UR category must achieve a score of at least 50th percentile.
NEET 2022 qualifying percentile and scores
|Category||Cut off Percentile|
|Category||First Round||Second Round||3rd Round||Stray Round|
Ranking and Reputation
|Name of Institute||Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar|
Name: Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda
Address: Opp. B-Division Police Station, Gurudwara Road, Jamnagar, Gujarat 361008
Admission Helpline no: 9289495501
Official Website: https://itra.ac.in/
BAMS College Predictor
BAMS College Predictor employs a novel algorithm that analyses the opening and closing ranks of the previous year’s Ayush counseling data to determine the best college for you to pursue Medical Studies. It forecasts your chances of admission to the medical school of your preference.
BAMS Admission Consultants provide comprehensive Ayurvedic counseling as well as criteria for top Ayurvedic colleges.
NEET Counseling Experts
NEET Counseling Experts have designed user-friendly tools to help students figure out what they want to do with their lives. To receive support throughout the NEET Counseling process and until individuals are accepted into their selected medical college.
AYUSH counseling experts
AYUSH counseling experts with over years of experience offers their experienced counseling services so that even individuals with low NEET scores and limited financial resources might gain admission to their respective AYUSH courses.
AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee) is responsible for the 15% All India Quota.
This is a Centralized counseling committee established by the Ministry of Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy (AYUSH) of the Government of India for admission to UG and PG programmes.
In this case, the entire admissions procedure is done online, from registration to seat allocation. Students from all states in India who have qualified for NEET 2023 are eligible for admission, regardless of where they live.
AACCC grants admission to these AYUSH Institutions for BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, and BUMS programmes. There are various sorts of institutions in this category, including government, government-aided, central universities/national institutions, and deemed universities.
ALL INDIA QUOTA (15%)
- AIQ online counseling will be conducted in three rounds: Round 1, Round 2, and Round 3/Mop Up Round.
- The seats that remain unfilled under AIQ after the third/mop-up round of AACCC counseling will be transferred/returned to the respective states.
|Entrance Exam:||NEET Entrance Exam|
|Age:||At least 17 years old|
|Must have passed higher secondary school certificate examination after 12 years of schooling with physics, chemistry and biology subjects||Must have completed 17 years as on 31st December of year of admission to the main course & Not more than 45 years.|
AACCC counseling will begin approximately 15-17 days after NEET 2023. AACCC will issue the results and schedule for AYUSH counseling. AACCC allocates seats based on the merit of the NEET score. After seat allocation, participants will be granted an allotment letter on the AACCC website; after downloading the allotment letter from here, they must report to the allotted college with the original documentation.
Registration: 15 – 17 days after AACCC announces the NEET 2023 results on their website www.aaccc.gov.in. However, according to the schedule for admission in AYUSH Course, registration for counseling will begin, and candidates must register here. Following that, the registration fee and security deposit must be paid. That is as follows:
For – 15% AIQ
1) Nonrefundable Registration Fees – Rs. 1000/- for all candidates.
2) Refundable Security amount – Rs. 10,000/- for all candidates.
At the time of registration, all category candidates would be charged Rs. 11,000/-.
If a candidate has registered for a Government Institution by paying the Registration fees + Security fees, and then wants to register for Deemed, he can use the Reset Registration option. They must pay Registration and Security expenses for Deemed. It will come once they have completed the following steps: Tab Home – Candidate Details – Choice – Lock Print Choices – Unlock Choice. However, keep in mind that this option can only be used once.
Choice filling is a crucial component of counseling and should be done with care. When filling out the form, keep the following points in mind:
a) Fill out the top college first; if the marks are poor, fill out a college with a good education.
b) Fill the low-fee college first, because there are many colleges with very high fees.
b) After filling the top college, they must fill the state college.
d) Before choosing Deemed University, get information from its website or call the college’s helpline number. Check other charges such as Hostel, Mess, Sports, and so on in addition to the college tuition rates.
e) Access information on the Bond from the Participating Institute via the AACCC web portal.
f) Prioritize such a state so that ones can benefit from PG.
h) Give Old Medical College top priority. Last but not least, fill the new college.
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 in BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS courses.
First Round Counseling
After registering on the AACCC website and paying the registration and security fees, the results of the first round will be released by AACCC based on the choices made by the candidate in the first round. 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:
1) The first round is an open exit round. There is no need for student to join the designated seat in this case, and the security money they deposited will be refunded to them after counseling in the same account from which they deposited. In addition, they will be qualified for the next round of AACCC and state counseling.
2) If they are assigned a seat in the first round and wish to accept it, they just download the allotment letter from the AACCC website and report to the allotted college with the original documents. Admission formalities must be fulfilled by depositing a one-year fee and original documentation in the designated college.
3) If they desire a better college than this by participating in the second round, they must provide this designated college the choice of upgrading and participating in the second round. In this case, one must choose Yes in the upgrade willingness option. If they are happy with their first-round seat and do not want to participate in the second round, choose No on the upgrade option form.
4) 4) If candidate entered the seat in the first round and subsequently wish to leave because you have a better seat in your state, they can quit that seat before the AACCC’s second round registration begins. Its due date is announced by AACCC. Before that day, go to the first-round entered college and resign from their assigned seat, as well as retrieve one’s original paperwork and deposit money.
5) If a candidate is denied a seat in the first round, they’re eligible for the second round.
Second Round Counseling
All the candidates are eligible for the second round who has participated in the first round. Those who have not registered in the first round can register in the second round. Those candidates who had registered in the first round do not need to do them again. But in the second round, all the candidates will have to fill the fresh choice. The choice fill of the first round will not be considered in this round, they are automatically removed. Like the first round, the first provisional result is published in this too, after there is no problem or objection in it, the final result is published. Some of its important points are as follows:-
1) If a candidate wishes to join the AACCC Fresh Seat allotted in the second round, they must download the allotment letter from the AACCC website and report to the allotted college with the original documentation. Admission formalities must be fulfilled by depositing a one-year fee and original documentation in the designated college.
2) If a candidate is assigned a seat in AIQ / Deemed in the second round and chooses not to accept it, they will not incur any loss. They will receive their Security Money back. They will also be eligible for additional counseling. Yahan’s free exit is till they join it. After joining, the candidate is unable to leave that post.
3) If a candidate receives a seat allotment in AIQ/CU/NI/Deemed in the second round and accepts it, but then wishes to resign from that seat for any reason, they may do so after the following round of AACCC and state counseling. Will not be considered.
4) Hon’ble Supreme Court Order No. WP(C) 267/2017 Dated May 9, 2017, for contempt.
5) If a candidate’s seat is upgraded in the second round, the joined seat from the first round is automatically canceled and given to another contender. They must first go to 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 processes.
6) If he/she was offered the option of upgrading in the first round and their seat was not improved in the second round, their first round seat will remain the same. On that seat, they will be regarded Joined.
7) If a candidate is assigned a seat in the SC/ST/OBC/EWS category in the same college in the first round and then gets a seat in the UR category in the same institution in the second round, they must return to the allotted college and do the formalities again.
8) The first round is free exit, so fill any option in it; there will be no problem at the time, but the second round choice filling must be done carefully.
9) A seat that was joined in the first and second rounds can be upgraded in the Mop Up round.
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 did not receive a seat allotment in the first and second rounds of AACCC are eligible for this round. Those candidates who participated in the first and second rounds of the AACCC are eligible for it, and they can upgrade their allowed seat from the previous round. For the mop up round, new registration is possible. Those who enrolled in the first and second rounds do not need to re-register. As with the first and second rounds, the provisional result is announced first, followed by the final result if there are no problems or objections. Some of its key points are as follows:
1) In the Mop Up round, all candidates will be required to fill a new choice. Choice fills from the second round are not evaluated in this round and are automatically eliminated.
2) Following seat allocation in the Mop Up Round, get the allotment letter from the AACCC website and report to the assigned medical college with the original documentation. Admission formalities must be fulfilled by depositing a one-year fee and original documentation in the designated college.
3) If a candidate has been assigned a seat in AIQ/CU/NI/Deemed in the Mop Up round and does not choose to participate, the security money deposited by them will be forfeited; nonetheless, Central Universities/National Institutes will be eligible for the Stray Vacancy Round and State Counseling.
4) If a candidate is allotted a seat in AIQ/CU/NI/Deemed in the Mop Up round and accepts it, but later decides to resign from that seat for any reason, the Security Money deposited by them will be confiscated (forfeiture), and they will be ineligible for the Stray Vacancy Round of AIQ/Central Universities/National Institute and State Counseling.
Stray Vacancy Round
The AIQ/Central University/National Institute vacancy seat is filled in this round through 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. AACCC publishes a registered candidate list for Deemed University on its website, as well as unfilled seats by Institute. This category contains the names of candidates who have not yet been assigned a seat. The student must be physically present for the team during the Stray Vacancy Round. The Stray Vacancy Round schedule is available on the Institute’s website and is limited to 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
What is the Official website for Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda?
The official website of Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda is https://itra.ac.in/
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 with Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda?
Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda is affiliated with Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar.
Is Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda a govt or private institution?
Yes, Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda is a government-run Ayurvedic institution.
What is the location Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda?
Opp. B-Division Police Station, Gurudwara Road, Jamnagar, Gujarat 361008
How many BAMS seats are there at this institute?
This Institute has 125 students’ seats available for the BAMS course.
How can I enroll for admission into Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda?
Students must pass the NEET exam in order to enroll at Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda.
Who is in charge of AIAPGET Counseling?
AIAPGET is counseled by the AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC).