The performance of a candidate on the entrance exam and their academic credentials are typically taken into account when creating the merit list for BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) admission.
Candidates must first show up for the BAMS admission exam held by the appropriate state or university.
Their understanding of disciplines like physics, chemistry, and biology is tested on the exam, which occasionally also include questions about ayurveda.
Following the exam, each candidate's scores are combined with their grades from the equivalent of the 12th grade.
In accordance with the final merit list, which ranks applicants in descending order according to their cumulative performance, admission is subsequently granted, with higher-ranked applicants receiving preference for seat distribution.