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JSS Ayurveda Medical College And Hospital College, Mysore

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JSS Ayurvedic Medical College And Hospital College in Mysore, Karnataka, was established by JSSMVP in 1996, to address human ailments through clinical care, medical education, and research. Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healing system with historical roots in India. Furthermore, this ancient diagnostic and treatment method has recently gained popularity. The facility is well-equipped with first-rate infrastructure. The courses offered by the College are recognized by both the National Commission for Indian System Of Medicine- NCISM. 

JSS Ayurveda Medical College offers a bachelor’s degree (BAMS) in Ayurvedic Medicine Science and Surgery, as well as postgraduate degree programmes in Swasthavritta, Shalytantra, Rasashastra, Dravyaguna, and Panchakarma. The National Accreditation Board for Hospital and Health Care Providers has granted accreditation to JSS Ayurveda Medical College in Mysuru (NABH). In addition, the College offers research (innovative and globally accepted programmes) and other activities and programmes that provide more significant opportunities for overall development; 100% audio visualised and clinical case-based learning is unique to JSS Ayurveda Medical College.

Ayurveda College operates from a new building having an area of 75,000 sq. Ft., located on Lalithadri Road, in Alanahalli Layout of Mysuru city. In the gracious presence of His Holiness Sri Shivaratri Deshikendra Swamiji, the new building was inaugurated by Sri Swami Baba Ramdev, Divya Yoga Mandira, Haridwar, and Sri Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev, Esha Foundation, Coimbatore.

The College employs 41 teaching and 26 non-teaching staff members. The total number of students enrolled in various semesters throughout the year is around 200. The College organised four continuing education workshops and 24 medical camps, benefiting 3,655 people. There were Rs.248.38 lakhs in recurring expenditure and Rs.57.84 lakhs in non-recurring expenditure. On the 10th and 11th of March 2012, the College’s Rasashastra Postgraduate Division hosted a two-day workshop titled “Arogya Vardhini-2012.” It was inaugurated by Sri S.A. Ramadas, then Minister of Health in the Karnataka government.

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JSS Ayurveda Medical College Highlights

College NameJSS Ayurveda Medical College
Popular NameJSS Ayurvedic College Mysore, JSSAMC Mysore
LocationLalithadripura Road, Mysuru, Karnataka
Establishment1996
Affiliated withRajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore
Approved byNational Commission for Indian System Of Medicine- NCISM. 
CourseBAMS
Institute typePrivate
Hostel facilityBoth (Boys & Girls)
Official websitehttp://jssayurvedacollege.org/
CategoryBAMS Colleges in Karnataka
UG Entrance TestNEET Exam conducted by NTA (once a year)
PG Entrance TestAll India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Test (AIAPGET) conducted by NTA
Contact DetailsAddress: 41/ E, Lalithadripura Road, Mysuru, Karnataka 570028.
Email: [email protected]
Admission Helpline no: 9289495501

Affiliation, Recognition, and Achievement

  • Affiliated with–Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore
  • Approved by – National Commission for Indian System Of Medicine- NCISM. 
  • Aid Status– Private

Facilities

  • Library
  • Hostel
  • Canteen
  • Laboratory
  • Class rooms

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 students, as a faculty member of the JSS Ayurveda Medical College is 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.

Courses offered

UG and PG Course offered and intake capacity:

CourseDurationIntake
BAMS4.6 + 1 Year Internship100
Dravyaguna3 Years04
Rasa Shastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana3 Years04
Panchakarma3 Years05
Swasthavritta3 Years06
Roganidana Avum Vikruti Vignana3 Years05
Shalyatantra3 Years05
Kayachikitsa3 Years06
Kaumarabhritya3 Years06
Prasooti Tantra and Stree Roga3 Years06
Shalakya Tantra3 Years06

Syllabus

BAMS Syllabus for JSS Ayurveda Medical College, let’s have a look on table

First ProfessionalSecond ProfessionalThird ProfessionalFourth Professional
Padartha Vigyan And Ayurved ItihasDravyaguna VigyanAgadtantraKayachikitsa
SanskritRoga NidanSwasthavrittaPanchkarma
Kriya SharirRasashastraPrasuti Tantra Evum Stri RogaShalya Tantra
Rachana SharirCharak SamhitaKaumarbhritya ParichayaShalakya Tantra
Maulik Siddhant Avum Ashtang HridayaCharak Samhita (Uttarardha)Research Methodology And Medical Statistics

BAMS Internship

Here this selection will let you know about BAMS Internship. Let’s have a look.

Sl.No.DepartmentsDistribution of six monthsDistribution of twelve months
(i)KayachikitsaTwo monthsFour Months
(ii)ShalyaOne monthTwo months
(iii)ShalakyaOne monthTwo months
(iv)Prasuti evam StrirogaOne monthTwo months
(v)Balroga-KaumarabhrityaFifteen daysOne month
(vi)PanchakarmaFifteen daysOne month

Fees structure

CourseFees (Annual)Hostel Fee
BAMS2,00,000Rs. 7,800
Note: The above mentioned fee may vary from the actual and subject to change. To know the exact fee structure, candidate can connect with the expert at our Admission Helpline No. 9289495501

Cutoff

The College Cut-off is the minimum number of points required by the admissions committee for students to be admitted. Based on these cutoff scores, a merit list will be created. Candidates who apply to the Institute must meet the Cutoff for various courses.

In order to be considered for further admission, aspirants 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.

Applicants in the UR category must achieve a score of at least 50th percentile.

NEET 2022 result qualifying percentile & scores (Released)

CategoryQualifying CriteriaCut-off marks 2022Cut-off marks 2021
UR50th Percentile715-117720-138
OBC40th Percentile116-93137-108
SC40th Percentile116-93137-108
ST40th Percentile116-93137-108
General/ EWS- PwD45th Percentile116-105137-122
OBC- PwD40th Percentile104-93121-108
SC- PwD40th Percentile104-93121-108
ST- PwD40th Percentile104-93121-108

Ranking & Reputation

Name of InstituteJSS Ayurveda Medical College
ReputationGood
EducationGood
FacultyExcellent
InfrastructureGood

Contact Details

JSS Ayurveda Medical College
Address:
 41/ E, Lalithadripura Road, Mysuru, Karnataka 570028.
Email: [email protected]Admission Helpline no: 9289495501

Official website: http://jssayurvedacollege.org/

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.

Thorough that BAMS Admission Consultant guides students on Ayush counseling & top Ayurvedic colleges criterion.

NEET Counseling Experts

To know better NEET Counseling Experts have developed user-friendly tools to assist in determining students’ goals. To receive assistance throughout the entire NEET Counseling process, till you are admitted to your preferred medical college. 

AYUSH counseling expert

AYUSH counseling expert with over a 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.

Eligibility Criteria

CourseBAMS – UG
Entrance Exam:NEET Entrance Exam
Native:Karnataka
Age:In terms of age, only aspirants aged 17 and up were permitted to register for the national entrance examination.
QualificationCandidates 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.
CourseMD/MS – PG
Entrance ExamAdmission of students to Post Graduation courses will be through the merit list of AIAPGET from the academic year 2022-23
QualificationShould have passed B.A.M.S. degree from a university recognised by the Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi, India.

Admission Process

The following are the steps to filling out the application form for KEA AYUSH Counseling 2022:

1. Go to the KEA official website. Online application forms can be submitted by visiting the KEA website at http://kea.kar.nic.in.

2. Register for counseling before the registration deadline.

3. Candidates who have previously entered their UGNEET roll number and verified their documents do not need to register or verify their documents again.

4. Information such as the candidate’s name, date of birth, mobile number, email address, NEET roll number, and so on will be required.

5. Once registered, candidates can log in to their account and complete the application form.

6. The registration fee for counseling is Rs 1000.

7. Candidates who have already downloaded verification slip with their UGNEET 2022 roll number will not need to do so again. Others can download it once the document has been verified.

8. Candidates who have verified their documents but have not provided their NEET Roll Number to KEA must enter their roll number.

Registration Fee: The candidates should pay the registration fees Rs.2,000/- for GM, 2A,2B,3A,3B.   (Rs.1000/- for SC/ST and Cat-I of Karnataka State candidates) through the link provided in KEA website.

Biometric verification

Before registering for the verification process, all candidates may be required to undergo biometric verification. Only candidates who pass the biometric verification will be allowed to proceed with the process.

Document Verification

The following are the essentials that a candidate must have when leaving the Verification hall following successful document verification.

Note that, to be eligible for option entry, all eligible candidates must have their documents verified and obtain a user ID and Secret Key/Password. No documents will be verified and no USER IDs or Secret keys will be issued other than on the day specified for the Candidate’s Rank. The Candidate’s right to participate in NEET-2022 Online Counseling and Seat Allotment by KEA will be forfeited if he or she does not appear on that day.

Choice filling:

Candidates who have registered for Karnataka AYUSH counseling 2022 will be required to fill out course and college preferences.

Seat Allotment

  • When candidates have finalized their selections, KEA will prepare seat allotment lists for that round of counseling.
  • Allotment lists will be created based on candidates’ NEET scores. If a person does not want to take a seat allotted in the first round, they can participate in the second round.
  • The candidate will also have the option of accepting or declining the assigned seat.
  • If a candidate accepts the offered seat, they must report to the institute on the specified dates.

Admission Seat Procedure 

Candidates who have been assigned a seat must enrol in colleges by submitting relevant undertakings by the deadline specified in the seat allotment letter/admission order provided by KEA, or their seat will be automatically cancelled. Admission, however, will be provisional and subject to approval by the Government/Apex bodies/relevant Universities.

Candidates are advised to enter all of the options they want to select, whether the seats shown in the seat matrix or not, because consequential vacancies may arise during the allotment process and the candidates will have a better chance of getting a better seat if the options are entered.

NOTE: Consequential vacancies that occur after their turn cannot be claimed, and consequential vacancies in other disciplines that occur as a result of allotment will not be offered.

If the candidate does not receive a seat in this round, the seat allotted to him or her in the previous round, if any, is confirmed. 

All candidates who have been allotted a new seat in this round must join the colleges after making payment and collecting admission orders from KEA and reporting to the KEA portal for confirmation, or their seat will be cancelled. 

The fee paid by candidates in the previous round, if any, will be adjusted if a seat is allotted in this round. 

If any candidate receives a better option seat in this round, the previously allotted seat will be immediately added to the seat matrix pool of the same category and made available for the next rank number candidate.

Forfeiture of seats selected:

Every candidate, including in-service candidates, must pay the government a sum of Rs.50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only) if he or she fails to join the course on the specified date specified in the admission order after paying the fees during counseling.

Forfeiture clause for non-in-service candidates

Cancellation after first round till before the last date of Option Entry for second round  Rs.10,000/- to be paid as penalty
Cancellation after second round upto one day before the commencement of Mop-up round  Rs.10,000/- to be paid as penalty
Cancellation after Mop-Up round  Entire course fees along with Rs.50,000/- penalty

Provided, however, that if an in-service candidate accepts admission orders during counseling and fails to enroll in the course, the candidate will be ineligible to take management quota or any other seat for a period of three years and will face disciplinary action.

Except for in-service candidates, all selected candidates must furnish a bond on stamped paper of Rs.100/- binding himself to pay a sum of Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only) along with the stipendiary amount received if he/she leaves the course before its successful completion.

PROCESS OF SEATS AND ADMISSION ALLOTMENT and POST SEAT ALLOTMENT PROCEDURE – CHOICES BEFORE A CANDIDATE

For seat allocation, the Government’s seat matrix for each discipline will be used. The KEA website will host the government’s seat matrix by college, course, and category for the candidates’ and parents’ convenience. Seats will be allocated in two rounds, with a mop-up round following the second round based on seat availability and time. 

1. First round. 

2. Second Round

Order of online seat allotment: 

• Persons with Disability   

• In-service – Quota Candidates (Merit list prepared in consultation with respective departments) 

• Non In-service – Quota Candidates (Purely on merit)

Seat allocation for non-in-service candidates will be based on the AIIA, Delhi merit list. Following the allocation of seats to all candidates, the list of allotted seats, as well as all candidate details, will be hosted on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in. Candidates will be able to view the allotted details by entering the required credentials. Candidates will also be able to track the movement of seats through the various iteration stages to ensure that the best option is assigned to them. After allotment, the candidate can view a virtual tracking of the computer’s allotment process. 

Online Allotment Process

The final list of First Round seat allotment will be hosted on the website, and individual allotment will be sent via SMS, and candidates are encouraged to download the allotment order and take note of the seat allotment to them in the First Round. The candidate has four options. The options are as follows: –

Choice 1

If a candidate is content with the seat they have been given and is willing to report to the college they have been assigned, they will not be given consideration for additional seat allocation in any subsequent round for any discipline. These candidates must submit to biometric verification, pay the required fees, provide original documentation, obtain an admission order, and report to the college by the deadline indicated in the admission order. Log in to their Option Entry Login-Id and notify KEA that you have joined. If a candidate does not notify KEA that you have joined, even if you have physically joined, your seat will be cancelled. 

Furthermore, any candidate who has paid the fees and obtained the Admission Order but fails to report to the College on or before the last date and time specified by KEA in the Admission Order will be treated as Cancelled and he / she will have no further claim on such allotment and will not be considered for allotment of seats in the subsequent round. Such seats will be returned to the pool, and any fees paid by them will be forfeited. 

Implication: Ineligible to compete in subsequent rounds. 

Choice 2

If a candidate is satisfied with the allotted seat but wishes to participate in the next round, he or she must pay the prescribed fees and submit the original documents (schedule will be hosted on the KEA Website) after undergoing Biometric verification, and then wait for allotment in the second round. They should also not collect admission orders. If there is a provision for candidates’ option entry to be upgraded, a seat will be allotted in the second round, and the previously assigned seat will be automatically cancelled. If no seat is allotted in the second round, the candidate will retain the earlier allotted seat. 

Implication: Eligible to participate in the next round while holding the assigned seat. If a seat is allotted in the second round, the candidate loses his previous seat. There is no alternative seating.

Choice 3

The candidate is dissatisfied with the current allocation and wishes to compete in the next round, which includes seats that may become available in the pool for any reason. The previously assigned seat is forfeited and the next eligible candidate is offered it. Such candidates must submit original documents on the notified dates prior to the second round of online seat allocation and wait for the second round of seat allocation. Candidates who do not submit original documents are not eligible for the second round of seat allocation.

Implication: Only those who submitted original documents and had no hold on a previously assigned seat were eligible to participate in the second round.

Choice 4:

Not satisfied with the KEA allotted seat, and having obtained a seat elsewhere, the candidate is quitting and will not be considered for allotment of seats in any subsequent rounds. Implication: Ineligible to participate in the subsequent round, there is no hold on the allotted seat, and the seat assigned previously will be cancelled.

NOTE: If a candidate fails to exercise any of the above four options within the specified date and time through the KEA portal, the seat allotted to such candidate will be automatically cancelled without further notice, and he/she will be ineligible to participate in subsequent rounds.

Original documents must be submitted in order to participate in the second round of seat allocation. It goes on to say that no excuses will be accepted if original documents are not deposited. The time and date for document submission will be announced on the KEA website.

Appeal to Candidates

Candidates may be able to choose seats in other boards or colleges besides KEA. Such candidates should be aware that those who have received an Allotment Order from KEA and do not join the allotted college or leave the college after joining will be considered to be seat blocking, resulting in the loss of subsidized Government Quota seats and an illegal gain to the Private Managements. In the merit queue, there are other equally qualified and meritorious candidates. KEA requests that such candidates surrender their allotted seat to KEA only, and that such seat be offered to other equally qualified and meritorious candidates in the Second Round.

All candidates who were allotted a seat in the first round and chose options 2 or 3 as well as those who were not allotted a seat in the first round should undergo biometric verification and submit their original documents to KEA before the second round of online seat allotment on the notified dates. If a candidate does not exercise his or her option entry before the first round, he or she will be ineligible to participate in subsequent rounds of seat allotment.

Documents Required

At the time of document verification, all candidates must present the following original certificates along with one set of attested/self-attested copies of all required documents. The candidates’ original certificates will be verified and returned to them.

  • KEA – 2022 Registration form duly filled (print out) of online fee paid challan copy as proof for having paid the registration fees. 
  • NEET Admit/Score/Rank Card 
  • Two Passport Size color photographs  
  • Photo Identity Proof (PAN Card / Driving License / Voter ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Ration Card) 
  • Admit card & Score Card issued by NTA, New Delhi. 
  • SSLC or 10th Standard Marks Card (For date of birth). 
  • 2nd PUC or 12th standard Marks Card of the Candidate.
  • All Candidates must also submit to the Karnataka Examinations Authority a UNDERTAKING on Rs.20 e-Stamps Paper brought out in their name, as shown in Annexure II. Only by submitting this document will the Candidate’s Document Verification Process be declared complete, and he or she will be eligible for the allocation of User ID and Secret Key. 
  • At the time of admission, all selected in-service candidates shall furnish a bond in the form no. 19 specified in KCSRs on stamp paper of value of Rs.100/- binding himself to pay a sum of Rs.50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only) as penalty if he/she leaves the course before its completion and is also barred from appearing for three years.
  • Domicile certificate issued by the concerned Tahasildar (candidate or either of his/her parents has been a resident of Karnataka State for a period of not less than TEN years) OR A study certificate from the Head of the educational institution where he/she had studied for at least ten years in Karnataka. Furthermore, school study certificates must be countersigned in the prescribed proforma by the concerned Block Education Officer (BEO) / Deputy Director of Public Instructions (DDPI).
  • Caste/ Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahasildar- For SC/ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E, and 2A, 2B, 3A, and 3B in Form-F (if claiming reservation benefits).

FAQ

What is the official website for JSS Ayurveda Medical College?

The official website for JSS Ayurveda Medical College is http://jssayurvedacollege.org/

Who is affiliated with JSS Ayurveda Medical College?

JSS Ayurveda Medical College is affiliated with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore.

Is JSS Ayurveda Medical College a full-fledged government institution?

No, JSS Ayurveda Medical College is a Private Ayurved college.

What is the location of JSS Ayurveda Medical College?

The location of JSS Ayurveda Medical College is 41/ E, Lalithadripura Road, Mysuru, Karnataka 570028.

When did JSS Ayurveda Medical College establish?

JSS Ayurveda Medical College was founded in 1996.

How many BAMS seats are there in f JSS Ayurveda Medical College?

A total of 100 seats are there for the BAMS course in this Institute

Does JSS Ayurveda Medical College has hostel facility?

Yes, JSS Ayurveda Medical College has hostel facilities.

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