10th pass can now pursue pre-Ayurveda courses

As per the new National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (National Examinations for Indian System of Medicine) Regulations, 2023, students can now pursue pre-Ayurveda courses after passing their tenth standard exam. 

According to the new regulations, there shall be a separate National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for admission to pre-Ayurveda courses, and those candidates obtaining a minimum of fifty percent marks shall be eligible for admissions.

Such candidates can pursue two years of pre-Ayurveda, four and half years of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, and one year of compulsory rotatory internship to complete the undergraduate Ayurveda course.

A candidate who passed the tenth standard from the State Board, the Central Board of Secondary Education, the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, or any other approved Boards shall be considered eligible for the test. 

The pre-Ayurveda entrance test will be conducted during May or June every year under normal circumstances. The test shall be in the pattern of multiple-choice questions online or offline, as the case may be, and will be held at centers specified by the Commission.

The mode of conduction of the entrance test and the publication of results will be as per the guidelines issued by the Commission. Counseling and seat allotment will be conducted by the pre-Ayurveda counseling committee constituted by the Commission.

The admission to pre-Ayurveda shall be on all India common merit lists, through counseling conducted by the pre-Ayurveda counseling committee and such merit list shall be applicable for that particular academic session only. 

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