SDM Institute of Ayurveda & Hospital
NH275, Anchepalya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560074
Government of Karnataka Ministry of AYUSH
Established in 2010, SDM Institute of Ayurveda & Hospital aims to impart training to students in basic principles & philosophy of Ayurveda. The college provides spacious and has state of the art facilities to confer quality Ayurveda education to its students.
The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore. The college has an intake of 100 undergraduate students per academic year. The college is attached to a hospital where specialised Ayurvedic treatments are given to the patients.
The college has its own museums, demonstration rooms, departmental libraries, tutorial room, and staff rooms. It has fourteen teaching departments and some departments have exclusive and well-established laboratories for the students.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
|NEET UG||National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate|
SDM Institute of Ayurveda & Hospital aims to provide quality education in Ayurveda, practical exposure and clinical expertise. The facilities provided by the college are:
- Hostel: The college has hostel facilities separate for boys and girls. The rooms have all the amenities like the dining hall and kitchen.
- Herbal Garden: The college has a herbal garden that has all medicinal plants needed for educational purposes.
- Library: The college has a library that has more than 8000 books on all the subjects that the students can borrow at any time for education.
- Sports Facility: There are sports facilities that are available for the students for recreational purposes.
The graduates of the college can become:
- Ayurvedic Doctor
- Doctor in Government Hospital
- Doctor in Clinics
- Ayurvedic Doctor Assistant
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
SDM Institute of Ayurveda and Hospital was established in 2010. They have about 14 teaching departments.
The college offers BAMS, a 5.6 year undergraduate course.
Besides the main building, the college has hostel, herbal garden, library, fitness centre, and more.
The college has a 150-bed multi-speciality hospital where students can gain practical exposure to Ayurveda.
All admission to formal and traditional medical courses in India are based on scores in NEET admission test. The higher the rank, the better your chances of making it through a top med school.
Ayurveda is seeing a revival of sorts in terms of acceptance globally. Just like other traditional systems of medicine, ayurveda is being considered as one of the safer alternatives to allopathy system. There has also been an exponential increase in the number of hospitals and pharmacies across India and some western countries. So, this is a kind of good news to both practitioners and followers.