No, learning Sanskrit is not necessary to acquire a BAMS degree.
Although Sanskrit is a crucial component of Ayurveda and knowing it might be helpful, admittance to Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) schools in India do not need it.
The completion of a higher secondary education (12th grade) in a science stream, which includes classes in areas like physics, chemistry, and biology, is the main requirement for qualifying.
Regardless of a student's prior Sanskrit proficiency, BAMS colleges place a strong emphasis on equipping students with the requisite knowledge and abilities in Ayurveda.
Sanskrit classes, however, may be available as a supplemental or optional subject at some colleges.