Admission to BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) programs in India often follows state-specific guidelines.
The admissions procedure is administered by state administrations or university bodies, and each state holds its own entrance examinations for BAMS programs.
Distinct states admission exams may have distinct formats and subject matter.
Although there are national eligibility standards, state governments normally handle seat distribution and counseling.
As a result, prospective BAMS students should review the particular standards and regulations of the state they intend to apply to.