No experience in ayurveda is required to apply for the BAMS program.
Students from a variety of academic backgrounds can enroll in the Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) program.
But candidates must have finished their upper secondary education (12th grade) in a science track, which includes courses in biology, chemistry, and physics. Academic standing and performance on entrance exams determine admission
While having prior Ayurvedic training can be helpful, it is not a requirement for admission to BAMS programs.
Science-trained students who are interested in careers in Ayurveda are encouraged to do so.