Rajiv Lochan Ayurvedic Medical College

Rajiv Lochan Ayurved Medical College is running under graduate course ” Ayurvedacharya” (Bachlor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is total duration 5½ years course including 1 year Internship.

  1. Admission qualification – The eligibility to seek admission in Bachelor of Ayurveda education are as under:
    1. 12th standard with science or any other equivalent examination recognised by concerned State Governments and Education Boards with at least fifty per cent. aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
    2. For reserved category or special category like physically handicapped students in 10+2, they shall be given relaxation in marks for admission in Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery as per rules for time being in force.
    3. For foreign students any other equivalent qualification to be approved by the concerned authority may be allowed.
  2. Duration of course – The duration of the course shall be five years and six months comprising:
    a.First ProfessionalTwelve months
    b.Second ProfessionalTwelve months
    c.Third ProfessionalTwelve months
    d.Final ProfessionalEighteen months
    e.Compulsory Rotatory InternshipTwelve months
  3. Degree to be awarded – The candidate shall be awarded Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery- B.A.M.S.) degree after passing all the examinations and completion of the prescribed course of study extending over the prescribed period and the compulsory rotatory internship extending over twelve months.
  4. Medium of instruction – The medium of instruction for the course shall be Sanskrit or Hindi or any recognized regional language or English.
  5. Scheme of examination
      1. The first professional session shall ordinarily start in July and the first professional examination shall be at the end of one academic year of first professional session;
      2. The first professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely-
        1. Padarth Viqyan evam Ayurved Itihas;
        2. Sanskrit;
        3. Kriya Shark (Physiology);
        4. Rachana Sharir (Anatomy); and
        5. Maulik Siddhant evam Ashtanga Hridaya (Sutra Sthan);
      3. The failed student of first Professional shall be allowed to appear in second professional examination, but the student shall not be allowed to appear in third professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of first professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass first professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
      1. The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of first professional examination and the second professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of May or June every year after completion of one year of second professional session;
      2. The second professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely-
        1. Dravyaquna Vigyan (Pharmacology and Materia Medica);
        2. Rasashastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical Science);
        3. Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan (Diagnostic Procedure and Pathology); and
        4. Charak Samhita-Purvardh (an ancient Ayurvedic text; Part -I)
      3. The failed student of second professional who have passed all the subjects of first professional examination shall be allowed to appear in third professional examination, but the student shall not be allowed to appear in final professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of second professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass second professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
      1. The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of second professional examination and the third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of the month of May or June every year after completion of one year of third professional session;
      2. The third professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely-
        1. Agad Tantra Vyavahar Ayurveda evam Vidhi Vaidyaka (Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence);
        2. Charak Samhita-Uttarardh (an ancient Ayurvedic text; Part -II);
        3. Swasthavritta and Yoga (Preventive and Social Medicine and Yoga);
        4. Prasuti evam Striroga (Obstetrics & Gynaecology); and
        5. Bal Roga (Paediatrics);
      3. The failed student of third professional who have passed all the subjects of first and second professional examinations shall be allowed to appear in final professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass third professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
      1. The final professional session shall be of one year and six months duration and shall start every year in the month of July following completion of third professional examination and the final professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of October or November every year after completion of one year and six months of final professional session;
      2. The final professional examination shall comprise of the following subjects, namely-
        1. Shalya Tantra (General Surgery);
        2. Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of Head and Neck including Ophthalmology, Ear, Nose, Throat and Dentistry);
        3. Kayachikitsa (Internal Medicine-including Manas Roga, Rasayan and Vajikarana);
        4. Panchakarma; and
        5. Research Methodology and Medical-statistics;
      3. Research Methodology shall remain in the department of Samhita Siddhant but for the purpose of teaching, Biostatistician shall be required as part time to teach Research Methodology,
      4. The student failed in any of the four professional examinations in four chances shall not be allowed to continue his or her studies:
        Provided that, in case of serious personal illness of a student and in any unavoidable circumstances, the Vice-Chancellor of the concerned University may provide one more chance in any one of four professional examinations;
      5. To become eligible for joining the compulsory internship programme, all four professional examinations shall be passed within a period of maximum nine years including all chances as mentioned above.
  6. Compulsory Rotatory Internship
    1. The duration of Compulsory Rotatory Internship shall be one year and the student shall be eligible to join the compulsory internship programme after passing all the subjects from first to the final professional examination and the internship programme shall be start after the declaration of the result of final professional examination.
    2. The Internship Programme and time distribution shall be as follows:
      1. The interns shall receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme along with the rules and regulations, in an orientation workshop, which shall be organised during the first three days of the beginning of internship programme and a work book shall be given to each intern, in which the intern shall enter date-wise details of activities undertaken by him or her during his or her training;
      2. Every intern shall provisionally register himself with the concerned State Board or Council and obtain a certificate to this effect before joining the internship program;
      3. The daily working hours of intern shall be not less than eight hours;
      4. Normally one-year internship programme shall be divided into clinical training of six months in the Ayurvedic hospital attached to the college and six months in Primary Health Centre or Community Health Centre or Rural Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any Government Hospital of modern medicine:
        Provided that where there is no provision or permission of the State Government for allowing the graduate of Ayurveda in the hospital or dispensary of Modem Medicine, the one-year Internship shall be completed in the hospital of Ayurvedic college.
    3. Provided that where there is no provision or permission of the State Government for allowing the graduate of Ayurveda in the hospital or dispensary of Modem Medicine, the one-year Internship shall be completed in the hospital of Ayurvedic college.
      S. No.DepartmentsDistribution of six monthsDistribution of twelve months
      01KayachikitsaTwo MonthsFour Months
      02ShalyaOne MonthTwo months
      03ShalakyaOne monthTwo Months
      04Prasuti evam StrirogaOne MonthTwo months
      05Balroga-KaumarabhrityaFifteen DaysOne month
      06PanchakarmaFifteen DaysOne Month
    4. Six months training of interns shall be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with the Nationalhealth Programme and the intern shall undertake such training in one of the following institutes, namely:
      1. Primary Health Centre;
      2. Community Health Centre or District Hospital;
      3. Any recognised or approved hospital of modern medicine;
      4. Any recognised or approved Ayurvedic hospital or Dispensary.
      Provided that all the above institutes mentioned in clauses (a) to (d) shall have to be recognized by the concerned University and concerned Government designated authority for taking such a training.
    5. Detailed Guidelines for internship programme.- The guidelines for conducting the internship clinical training of six or twelve months in the Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college and the intern shall undertake the following activities in the respective department as shown below:
      1. Kayachikitsa- The duration of internship in this department shall be two months or four months with following activities:
        1. All routine works such as case taking, investigations, diagnosis and management of common diseases by Ayurvedic Medicine;
        2. Routine clinical pathological work such as haemoglobin estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stool examination, Mutra evam Mala pariksha by Ayurvedic method, interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arriving at a diagnosis;
        3. Training in routine ward procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet, habits and verification of medicine schedule;
      2. Panchakarma- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month with following activities:
        1. Panchakarma procedures and techniques regarding purva karma, pradhan karma and pashchat Karma;
      3. Shalya- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:
        1. Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles;
        2. Management of certain surgical emergencies such as fractures and dislocations, acute abdomen;
        3. Practical training of aseptic and antiseptics techniques, sterilization;
        4. Intern shall be involved in pre-operative and post-operative managements;
        5. Practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of anesthetic drugs;
        6. Radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, Intro Venous Pyelogram, Barium meal, Sonoqraphy and Electro Cardio Gram;
        7. Surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as:
          • Suturing of fresh injuries
          • Dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers and similar ailments
          • Incision of abscesses
          • Excision of cysts
          • Venesection; and
          • Application of Ksharasutra in ano rectal deseases
      4. Shalakya- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:
        1. Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles;
        2. Intern shall be involved in Pre-operative and Post-operative managements;
        3. Surgical procedures in Ear, Nose, Throat, Dental problems, Ophthalmic problems;
        4. Examinations of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Refractive Error with the supportive instruments in Out-Patient Department and
        5. Procedures like Anjana Karma, Nasya, Raktamokshan, Karnapuran, Shirodhara, Putpak Kawal, Gandush at Out-Patient Department level;
      5. Prasuti evam Striroga- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:
        1. Antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and post-natal care;
        2. Management of normal and abnormal labours; and
        3. Minor and major obstetric surgical procedures;
      6. Balroga- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:
        1. Antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and post-natal care also by Ayurvedic principles and medicine;
        2. Antenatal and post-natal emergencies.
        3. Care of new born child along with immunization programme; and
        4. Important pediatric problems and their Ayurvedic managements.
    6. The Internship training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any Government Hospital of modem medicine or Ayurvedic Hospital or Dispensary- During the six months internship training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or Community Health Centre or District Hospital or any recognised or approved hospital of Modem Medicine or Ayurvedic Hospital or Dispensary, the interns shall:
      1. Get acquainted with routine of the Primary Health Centre and maintenance of their records;
      2. Get aquatinted with the diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management
      3. Involve in teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes;
      4. Get acquainted with the routine working of the medical or non-medical staff of Primary Health Centre and be always in contact with the staff in this period;
      5. Get familiarized with the work of maintaining the relevant register like daily patient register, family planning register, surgical register and take active participation in different Government health schemes or programmes;
      6. Participate actively in different National Health Programmes implemented by the State Government; and
      7. Participate actively in casualty section of the hospital in identification of casualty and trauma cases and their first aid treatment and also procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.
  7. Assessment – After completing the assignment in various Sections, the interns have to obtain a completion certificate from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the Section concerned and finally submitted to Principal or Head of the institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.
  8. Migration of Internship
    1. The Migration of internship shall be with the consent of the both college and University, in case of migration is between the colleges and two different Universities.
    2. In case migration is only between colleges of the same University, the consent of both the colleges shall be required.
    3. The migration shall be accepted by the University on the production of the character certificate issued by institute or college and application forwarded by the college and University with a “No Objection Certificate”, as case may be.
  9. Examination
    1. The theory examination shall have minimum twenty per cent. short answer questions having maximum mark up to forty per cent. and minimum four questions for long explanatory answer having maximum marks up to sixty per cent. and these questions shall cover entire syllabus of subject
    2. The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be fifty per cent. in theory and fifty per cent. In practical or clinical or viva-voce, wherever applicable separately in each subject
    3. A candidate obtaining seventy-five per cent. marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.
    4. The supplementary examination shall be held within six months of regular examination and failed students shall be eligible to appear in its supplementary examination, as the case may be.
    5. Each student shall be required to maintain seventy-five per cent. attendance in each subject (in theory and practical) for appearing in the examination and in this regard a class attendance card shall be maintained for each student for the different subjects and the Principal shall arrange to obtain the signature of the students, teachers at the end of each course of lectures and practical instructions and send the cards to each Head of the Department for final completion before the commencement of each examination.
    6. In case a student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he or she shall appear in supplementary examination as regular students, whose non-appearance in regular examination shall not be treated as an attempt and such students after passing examination shall join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional examination after completion of the required period of study.
    7. The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject:
      1. Regularity in attendance
      2. Periodical tests; and
      3. Practical work.
  10. Migration
    1. The Students may be allowed to take the migration to continue their study to another college after passing the first professional examination, but failed students transfer and mid-term migration shall not be allowed.
    2. For migration, the students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and Universities and it shall be against the vacant seat after obtaining “No Objection Certificate” from Central Council.
  11. Number of papers and marks for theory and practical or viva-voce
    Name of the subjectNumber of hours of teachingDetails of maximum marks
    TheoryPracticalTotalNumber of PapersTheory PracticalVivaTotal
    1st Professional
    1. Padarth Mayan evam Avurved ka Itihas100100Two200200
    2. Sanskrit200200One100100
    3. Kriya Sharir200200400Two200100300
    4. Rachana Sharir300200500Two200100300
    5. Maulik Siddhant evam Asthanga Hridyaya (Sutra Sthan)150150One10050150
    2nd Professional
    1. Dravyaauna Viayan200200400Two200200400
    2. Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan200200400Two
    (01 – Pathology
    01 – Avurveda)
    200100300
    3. Rasashastra evam Bhaishiva Kaloana200200400Two200200400
    4. Charak Samhita (Purvardh)200200One10050
    3rd Professional
    1. Agad Tantra . Vyavhar Ayurved evam Vidhi Vaidvak200100300One10050150
    2. Swasthavritta and Yoga200100300Two200100300
    3. Prasuti evam Striroga200200400Two200100300
    4. Balroga100100200One10050150
    5. Charak Samhita (Uttarardh)200200One10050150
    Final Professional
    1. Kayachikitsa300200500Two200100300
    2. Panchakarma100200300One10050150
    3. Shalya Tantra200150350Two200100300
    4. Shalakya Tantra200150350Two200100300
    5. Research Methodoloay and Medical Statistics5050One5050

Permission and Affiliation

  1. Affiliated by Deendayal Uppadhyay Memorial Health Science and Ayush University of Chhattisgarh Raipur. – Click Here
  2. Permitted by Dept. of Ayush ministry of health & family Govt. of India & Central Counsil of Indian Medicine New Delhi. – Click Here
  3. Total Intake Capacity :- 60 Seat
  4. Fees:
    Admission & Fees Regulative Committee fixed Fee Rs. 128315/- Per Year Session 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22.
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