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School of Ayurveda and Research

Bringing ancient knowledge to light.

BAMS course at Desh Bhagat University Punjab

The term ‘Ayurveda’ is taken from the Sanskrit which means "Science of Life". Being focused on a harmony between sound body and soul, Ayurveda aims at averting illness¸ recuperate the sick and safeguard the life. DBU, a premier institution in Ayurvedic education, has assimilated its encouraged assets to establish its University School of Ayurveda as an excellent establishment for educating, exploration and general advancement of Ayurveda Education and to saturate the best curriculum and knowledge as it was delivered in the ancient Gurukul framework.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery or the BAMS course at Desh Bhagat University is recognized by Central Council for Indian Medicine. BAMS referred to as Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery is a very deep study of Ayurveda that touches upon its history, sanskrit, padartha vigyana, knowledge of branches of ayurveda, anatomy, physiology, pathology, pulse diagnosis, toxicology, ayurvedic medication, surgery, ENT, dentistry, gynecology, obstetrics, pediatrics, medical ethics, health regulations, methodology, medical statistics, panchkarma, yoga and much more to build a thorough understanding of human body from a holistic standpoint. Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery or BAMS course also entails a comprehensive study of plants, minerals and animal products, their medicinal significance and usage in preparation of herbal and mineral formulations. Desh Bhagat University, offers the best BAMS course in Punjab, where every BAMS student learns to explore the physical and psychological characteristics of each of the three doshas, or mind-body types vata, pitta and kapha and how to balance and treat them in case of diagnosis of a pathological state of body called disease.

Being located in a sylvan environment the School of Ayurveda has an aesthetic infrastructural design having all the required amenities. The School is diligently equipped with exemplary academics, modern laboratories, analysis hall, exhibition hall, herbal garden and a digital library enriched with relevant journals and periodical magazines. With an ambition to ingrain the aspirants with quality education and professional expertise, DBU has established 150 bedded hospital and a Panchkarma centre with a running OPD. To confer the essential knowledge, recognition and utilization of medicinal plants, the school has inculcated its own herbal garden enriched with even the rare species of plants.

Apart from delivering proficient curriculum and clinical capabilities to the aspirants, the University School of Ayurveda additionally organizes various scholastic seminars and workshops to enhance the scholarly experience of our students.

B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery) Ist Year

Programme Specific Outcomes  (PSOs)

PSO1 : To impart academic and knowledge of clinical practice to students in Ayurveda by active assistance and to provide best and quality health care services.

PSO2:  To create awareness towards Ayurveda lifestyle, Yoga, Scientific attitude and expertize relating to Ayurveda and Research.


Subject Code                      :     1.2

Title of the course              :     Sanskrit        



CO1: Advanced knowledge of ancient Indian religion, literature, and history through the study of Sanskrit text.

CO2: Advanced command of the Sanskrit language through advanced text reading, and basic knowledge in Pāli, Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit, and / or Vedic Sanskrit.

CO3: Insight into one or more fields of specialization within the broader topic of ancient Indian religion, literature and history through Sanskrit texts.

CO4: Ability to critically assess existing research through careful reading, analysis, and discussion.


Subject Code                      : 1.1

Title of the course            : Padartha Vigyan Evum Ayurveda Ka Itihaas



CO1: Understand different terminologies of Ayurveda as well as different fundamental principles of Ayurveda

CO2:  Understand the concept of Karya and nine Karana dravyas

CO3 :understand the concept of Pramana and its applications

CO4: understand the principles of Guna, Karma,Samanya, Vishesh and Samvaya

CO5: To know the history of Ayurveda & its evolution


Subject Code                    : 1.3

Title of the course          : Kriya Sharir


CO1: The science of physiology deals with the functioning of various body parts which we have studied in Rachna Sharir

CO2:  Understand and demonstrate the basic Principles of Kriya Sharir and physiology in the context of health needs.

CO3: Comprehend the physiological principles underlying the pathogenesis and treatment of disease according to modern and Ayurveda perspective

CO4: Distinguish between normal & abnormal data derived as a result of tests and Ayurvedic Parikshans which he/she has performed and observed in the laboratory.

Subject Code                    : 1.4

Title of the course           : Rachana Sharir



CO1: The course will help in utilizing appropriate knowledge of Human body as mentioned in ancient texts.

CO2: Surgical skill development (with the help of Cadaveric dissection).Professional application of the knowledge for Diagnostic purpose (with the help of Surface marking & Radiological anatomy).

CO3: Correlate the basic principles & terminologies of Rachana Sharir with Modern human anatomy.

CO4: Apply the basic knowledge and modern techniques (like Plastination, Mounting technology) for the preparation of various specimens.


Subject Code                          : 1.5

Title of the course                : Ashtang Hridaya



CO1: Demonstrate Ayurvedic concepts like, dosha-dhatu-mala, ahar ,vihar etc mentioned in Ashtang Hridaya.

CO2: Give advice for Health and lifestyle management through Dinacharya, Rutucharya, Sadvrutta etc.

CO3: Select appropriate Panchakarma procedures in healthy and diseased conditions.

CO4: Practice pure Ayurvedic treatment


B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery) 2nd Year


Subject Code                        : 2.1

Title of the course               : Dravya Guna


CO1: Should be able to recognize the basic concepts & principles of Dravyaguna.

CO2:  Should know basics of cultivation, propagation & collection practices of herbs.

CO3: Should be able to identify medicinal plants & drugs along with their properties, doses, side effects, allergic reaction, antidotes and purification of poisonous drugs.

CO4: Should be able to prescribe single herbs for basic health issues.


Subject Code                             : 2.3

Title of the course                   : Rasa Shastra Evum Bhaishjya Kalpana



CO1: Recognize the importance of Rasa Shastra & Bhaishjya Kalpana principles in the context of the health needs of the community

CO2: Prepare medicines and application in acute and chronic diseases.

CO3: Plan, execute, manage and maintain to prepare standard medicine for positive health.

CO4: Keep abreast of the current knowledge and recent advances FDA Regulations, Medicine preparation & therapeutic application by self learning and/or participating in continuing Medical Education Programmes.


Subject Code                           :     2.2

Title of the course                   :     Roga Nidana


CO1: To understand and perform various laboratory Investigations to diagnose the disease.

CO2: To understand Vyadhighatak like Aam, Agni,strotas,Dosha and Dushya in patients by examination and to interprete Nidan panchaka of commonly occurring diseases.  

CO3: Ability to interpret findings of modern clinical and laboratory examination in Ayurvedic diagnosis.

CO4: Ability to understand disease process in Bacterial, Viral and Fungal diseases.


Subject Code                        :     2.4

Title of the course                :     Charak Samhita –Purvardha



CO1: Sutra Sthana (General principles) - 30 chapters deal with general principles, philosophy, definitions, prevention through healthy living, and the goals of the text.

CO 2: Nidana Sthana (Pathology) - 8 chapters on causes of diseases.

CO3: Vimana Sthana (Specific determination) 8 chapters contain training of a physician, ethics of medical practice, pathology, diet and nourishment, taste of medicines.

CO4: ÅšariraSthana (Anatomy) - 8 chapters describe embryology & anatomy of a human body (with a section on other living beings)

CO5: IndriyaSthana (Sensory organ based prognosis) - 12 chapters elaborate on diagnosis & prognosis, mostly based on sensory response of the patient.


B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery) 3rd  Year


Subject Code                                         : 3.1

Title of the course                                : Agad Tantra, Vyavahar-Ayurved Evum Vidhi Vaidyak        



CO1: Do the identification of poisonous plants/ substances, symptoms of poisoning, diagnosis, treatment, fatal dose, period & MLA, emergency management of poisoning, application of 24 treatment modalities as state in ancient texts.

CO2: Familiar with the field of forensic science which includes investigating a crime by applying forensic science principles.

CO3: Able to judge the type of injury, severity, age of enquiry for the purpose of escape of innocent person and trap the guilty person in front of the court.

CO4:To develop competency in physician regarding medical evidence, procedure, precaution & record keeping, and to decide negligence.


Subject Code                                      :  3.2

Title of the course                             :  Swasthavritta



CO1: Understanding the dimensions of health in relation with preventive ideology of Dinacharya in Swasthavritta and yoga.

CO2: Developing skill of performing various Shatkarmas and yoga and correlating it with clinical applications for betterment of health.

CO3: To know the detailed aspect of epidemiology and applying for it for serving the society.   

CO4: Knowing the basics of Ayurvedic dietetics and its application to maintain health status in healthy and diseased individuals as well.


Subject Code                                     :  3.3

Title of the course                             : Prasuti Tantra Evam Striroga



CO1: Perform minor gynaecological procedures.

CO2: Diagnosis of Pregnancy, assessing of gestational period, to diagnose onset of labour.

CO3: Assist-D&C, D&E, Caesarean section, Repair operations, Resuscitation of new born.

CO4: They can employ the available modern amenities/equipments for Ayurvedic procedures.


Subject Code                                                :     3.4

Title of the course                                        :    Kaumarbhritya


CO1: Manage the pediatric patient as per principles of Ayurved & modern medicine

CO2: Promote Child health in the society according to these principles

CO3: Perform basic Panchakarma in Paediatric patients 

CO4: Learn and educate society about immunization and, its importance


Subject Code                                               :    3.5

Title of the course                                      :  Charaka Samhita Uttarardha


CO1: Express comprehensive knowledge of Rasayan and Vajikaran from preventive and curativeaspect.

CO2: Diagnose (nidan) and manage (chikitsa) of various diseases on the basis of ayurvedic principles.

CO3: Select Panchakarma procedures according to diseases.

CO4: Able to select the formulation/drug and upakrama (procedure) according tovyadhi and rugnaavastha.

CO5: Practice pure, ethical and proper Ayurvedic treatment.


B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery) 4th  Year

Subject Code                                             :  4.1

Title of the course                                    :  Kaya Chikitsa


CO1: Recognize the importance of Ayurvedic Principles in the context of diagnosis, prognosis, management and treatment of the patient.                          

CO2: Diagnose and manage diseases on the basis of clinical assessment and  appropriately selected and conducted investigation. 

CO3: Carry out quick assessment of patient on the basis of available clinical and investigational information as well as socio-economic and emotional determinants and its efficient management.


Subject Code                                          :   4.2

Title of the course                                  :  Panchakarma


CO1: Possess the knowledge and skills required to perform Panchakarma therapies according to Standard Operating Procedures with proper use ofinstruments.

CO2: Have proper knowledge of ethical aspects regarding Panchakarma.

CO3: Become a good communicator and acquire soft skill to fulfill the needs of health career establishment.


Subject Code                                         :     4.3

Title of the course                                 :     ShalyaTantra


CO1: Definition of Shalya, ShalyaTantra and its importance. Introduction to ShalyaTantra: Historical background and progress made.

CO2. Description & Detail Knowledge  of Yantra, Shastra, Anushastra ,Relevant modern instruments, Nirjantukarana / Sterilization, Sangyaharan / Anaesthesia, Trividha Karma :pre, intra and post- operative, . AshtavidhaShastra Karma - Surgical procedures

CO3.: Use & applied aspect of Yogya: Hands on training on mannequins, Marma: Knowledge of Vital Points, Kshara and Kshara Karma: Use of Alkalies and Ksharsutra (medicated thread) in     surgical disorders, Agnikarma, BandhaVidhi

CO4.: Brief Knowledge of Surgical Disorders mentioned in Sushrut Samhita( ancient ayurvedic Text) , Fluid, Electrolyte, Acid Base Balance and Nutrition, Shat Kriyakal : Etiology,types and Prognosis of Surgical Disorders.


Subject Code                                    :     4.4

Title of the course                           :     Shalakya Tantra


CO1: Introduction to ShalakyaTantra -nirukti, Parichayam, Ithihasam, Netrarachanashariram, Classification of Netraroga, Eye examination and knowledge of basic instruments

CO2: KriyaKalpa :Sveda, Kavala, Gandusa, Dhuma, MurdhniTaila, Nasya, Pratisarana, KarnaPurana,karnaprakshalana, nasaprakshalanaMukhaLepa.

CO3: ShiroRoga, KarnaRoga, NasaRoga, MukhaRoga, OshthaRoga,

CO4: Danta Roga, Jihwa GataRoga, Kantha and Gala gata Roga, Sarvasara Mukha Roga


Subject Code                                 :     4.5

Title of the course                         :     Research Methodology & Medical Statistics


CO1: Understand some basic concept of Research & its methodologies

CO2: Identify, select and define appropriate research topics, research problem and parameters

CO3: Prepare a research proposal, research report and thesis and project proposal

CO4 : Organise and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner

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Eligibility: 10+2 Medical with 50% Marks in PCB & English
Duration: 5 Years & 6 Months
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