The BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) program does include internships.
BAMS students often complete a required rotating internship during their academic career that lasts for a set amount of time, commonly one year.
This internship is carried out in reputable hospitals or institutes under the direction of skilled Ayurvedic physicians.
It offers practical clinical training so that students can put their classroom learning to use in actual patient care situations.
The internship covers a range of Ayurvedic medical topics, such as disease management, therapeutic methods, and diagnostics.
It gives students useful hands-on experience and prepares them for solo practice or further Ayurvedic specialization.