AYUSH Admission 2019 mop round counselling will start from 23rd August 2019 and it will close on 26th August 2019. The students willing to get admission in AYUSH UG courses such as BAMS, BUMS, BSMS & BHMS, should have basic information about these courses. Those who are looking forward to pursuing alternative medicine courses as mentioned above can check here crucial information about the admission process. It is our past experience that many students do not know about the admission process of AYUSH UG Courses. The aspirants have to attend NEET exam and should qualify the exam with minimum qualifying marks. On the basis of NEET Score, candidates have to participate in State Counselling as well as Centralized counselling for admission in the desired course whether it is BAMS, BUMS, BSMS or BHMS. The information regarding BAMS, BUMS, BSMS & BHMS Admission 2019 will be updated here from time to time.
Update: The AYUSH Centralized Counselling schedule has been released online on the official website. Now, the eligible candidates can take part in the Counselling process for admission in the desired AYUSH UG course. The registration process has been started on 25th June 2019. It is pertinent to mention here that the State Government will conduct Counselling for 85% seats while Ministry of AYUSH will conduct 15% All India Quota seats. The State, as well as Central Authority, will prepare merit list as per the candidates’ performance in the NEET exam and accordingly, seat allotment will be done.
It is important to clarify here that the counselling registration fee will be non-refundable in nature. However, the security deposit money will be refunded later as per the rules if candidates do not get the college/seat.
The first round seat allotment final result for AYUSH UG courses has been declared on 4th July 2019. Candidates can download the seat allotment letter from the official website. The qualified candidates have to report to the allotted college within 5th July to 15th July 2019. Those who have not selected in the first, can go for 2nd round counselling. No further registration and counselling fee required. Exercise the options again as per the directions.
AYUSH Admission 2019- 2020: Counselling Schedule
The competent authority i.e. Ministry of AYUSH has released the official Counselling schedule for All India Quota 15% seats. The entire time table has been updated in the table below. Check the following information carefully and apply accordingly:
|1st Round Counselling|
|Online Registration, Payment of Fee and Choice Filling||25th June 2019 to 1st July 2019 (Upto 5.00 PM)|
|Last date for payment of fee||2nd July 2019 up to 12.00 Noon|
|Choice Filling & Locking||2nd July 2019 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)|
|Seat Allotment Process||3rd July 2019|
|Declaration of Result||4th July 2019|
|Reporting to the allotted institute||5th July to 15th July 2019|
|2nd Round Counselling|
|Online Registration, Payment of Fee and Choice Filling||24th July to 27th July 2019 (up to 5.00 PM)|
|Last date for payment of fee||28th July 2019 till 12.00 Noon|
|Choice Filling & Locking||28th July 2019 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)|
|Seat Allotment Process||29th to 30th July 2019|
|Declaration of Result||31st July 2019|
|Reporting of the candidates||1st to 10th August 2019|
|Transfer of vacant seats (both non-reporting & non-joining ) to the State Quota (before 12.00 Noon)|
11th August 2019 (Only 15% All India Quota Govt./Govt. Aided/Private)
|Display of Seats Matrix for Mop-up round 21st to 22nd August 2019|
|Online Registration/Payment of Fee & Choice Filling||23rd August to 26th August 2019 (up to 5.00 PM)|
|Last date for payment of fee||27th August 2019 till 12.00 Noon|
|Choice Filling & Locking||27th August 2019 (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM)|
|Seat Allotment Process||28th August 2019|
|Mop up round result||29th August 2019|
|Reporting of the candidates||30th August to 7th September 2019|
Transfer of vacant seats (non-reporting and non-joining candidates) to Central/Deemed University/National Institutes for Stray Vacancy Round on 9th September 2019
AYUSH Admission 2019- 2020: Quick Overview
|Courses Offered||BAMS, BUMS, BSMS & BHMS|
|Eligibility||NEET qualified candidates will be eligible for admission in AYUSH UG Courses|
|Who will conduct NEET exam?||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Counselling Dates||July to September 2019. All the State Government will conduct counselling separately on different dates as per their convenience.|
|Who will conduct BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS Counselling?|
State AYUSH Department/ Medical Education Department of the State/Any Central University authorized by the Government.
Centralized Counselling: https://aaccc.gov.in/
Counselling for each State will be held separately.
Click here to go through Counselling guidance.
What’s New About AYUSH Admission 2019- 2020
Aspirants must know that the AYUSH UG/PG admission will be allotted to the eligible candidates as per the State Counselling as well as Centralized counselling. The State Authority will conduct counselling for 85% quota seats while remaining 15% seats will be allotted on the basis of Centralized Counselling. The Ministry of AYUSH will publish the notification for Centralized Counselling soon on its official website. We will update the latest information regarding the AYUSH UG admission 2019 here as and when available.
AYUSH Admission 2019- 2020: Procedure
The candidates are recommended to collect complete information about the BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS admission procedure. Practice hard to qualify the NEET exam and secure a good rank in the exam. Qualified candidates of the NEET exam will have to attend AYUSH UG Counselling for final admission. The candidates should know that the AYUSH UG admission will be held on the basis of State Counselling. In this regard, the respective State authority will publish the notification on its official website.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India has no role in admission or Counselling of AYUSH UG Admission. The Ministry of AYUSH grants annual permission to the Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani & Homoeopathy (ASU&H) colleges for admission in current academic session. List of permitted Government/Private ASU&H colleges will be placed on the official website of the Ministry. Candidates can check the same by accessing official website of the Ministry.
AYUSH Admission 2019- 2020: Frequently Asked Questions
The students can check some of the questions which are frequently asked to us about the admission procedure for AYUSH UG courses. Check following questions carefully with regard to BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS admission 2019-20:
How to get admission in BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS courses in the academic session 2019-20?
The students have to attend NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) 2019 which will be conducted by National Testing Agency. Candidates must score minimum qualifying marks for admission in BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS course. Those who will qualify the test will have to attend State Counselling on scheduled date and time for admission in the desired course.
What is the role of Ministry of AYUSH in BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS admissions?
The Ministry of AYUSH has no direct role in admission or counselling of BAMS, BUMS, BSMS & BHMS courses. The Ministry of AYUSH is a policy-making authority which grants permission to ASU&H colleges on annual basis.
What is the Counselling procedure for admission in AYUSH UG Courses 2019? Should we register for NEET 2019 Counselling?
The respective State Authority will conduct Counselling separately for AYUSH UG Admissions 2019. Candidates need not to register for NEET 2019 Counselling. The State Authority will publish notification for AYUSH Counselling on the respective official website. Candidates must keep eye on updates for AYUSH Admission 2019.
Sir, is it mandatory to qualify the NEET exam?
Yes, candidates must qualify the NEET exam in order to participate in the AYUSH Counselling 2019. Those who failed to achieve minimum qualifying marks will not be eligible for admission/Counselling.
Can I approach college for direct admission without appearing in State Counselling?
No. Admission will be held through State Counselling only. Candidates must appear in State Counselling for admission in the desired course.
Can I apply for admission to other State?
Yes. However, candidates are recommended to go through Counselling guidelines of the concerned state. If the concerned State is allowing other State candidates then you can register for the Counselling process.
What is the admission process of National Institute like NIA, Jaipur, NIUM, Bangalore, NIH, Kolkata etc.?
The process is similar, candidates must qualify the NEET exam. However, Counselling of these institutes will be conducted by their respective universities. Candidates should visit the official website of the respective university for information regarding AYUSH Admission/Counselling 2019.
AYUSH UG Admission 2019-20: Highlights
- The eligible candidates as per NEET 2019 result/merit list, can participate in the counselling process.
- The State Government will organize the counselling for 85% seats as per the convenience on suitable dates.
- However, the All India Quota centralized counselling will be conducted by the Ministry of AYUSH for the remaining 15% seats.
- We recommend the applicant to follow all the prescribed rules for getting admission in the desired AYUSH UG course.
- If candidates have any query regarding the admission process, contact the Ministry of AYUSH for clarification. However, we will also help you in case of confusion.
- It is pertinent to mention here that admission will be held only on the basis of NEET score. Hence, do not approach any person for admission by any other mean.
- The Ministry of AYUSH and We are not responsible for any fraud due to lack of knowledge regarding the admission process.
- We have given detailed information regarding the admission process above, hence, we recommend the applicants to go through the same.
Official Website for AYUSH UG Counselling: https://aaccc.gov.in/
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