Swasthavritta In Ayurveda


By corroborating natural herbs with medicinal drugs and providing a long-term cure for medical ailments, Ayurveda has come a long way among the different medical practices all over the world. The expanding Ayurveda market in India is expected to reach INR 1 trillion in 2025, thus signifying a super positive scope in Ayurveda in upcoming years.

This article will provide a detailed idea about Ayurveda, its different courses, its scope in the future, and much more.

What is Ayurveda?

Sanskrit origins of words define Ayurveda as “knowledge of life” or “science of longevity”.

As the definition itself explains, Ayurveda is a medical practice that deals with analyzing, preventing, and curing medical ailments of the body thus increasing the longevity of life.

Ayurveda has got its unique way of medications that include:

  • Herbal medicines
  • Laxatives
  • Yoga
  • Meditations
  • Special diets, and so on.

Ayurvedic medicine covers a wide bandwidth of physical treatment, surgeries, and mental therapies.

Valuing the impeccable benefits of Ayurveda, around 77% of Indian households use ayurvedic medicine as of 2017. This is a straight mark indicating major scope in Ayurveda in India.

Top ayurvedic colleges in India like ours, Mansarovar Ayurvedic Medical College provide ayurvedic courses both in UG and PG levels.

Ayurveda courses at MAMC:

MAMC is one of the renowned ayurvedic colleges that provide the following

Ayurveda courses at MAMC

Ayurveda course Level Eligibility criteria Admission procedure Duration
BAMS(Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) Undergraduate 10+2 with physics, chemistry, and biology as optional subjects.
Certificate /diploma with above subjects in any Govt. recognized institutions
The age should be between 17 to 25 years.
Based on the NEET entrance exam score. 4.5 years + 1 year of rotary internship
Centro comercial Moctezuma Postgraduate Candidate should have completed BAMS Based on the AIA-PGET score 3 years
MD/MS in Prasuti Evam Stri Roga(Obstetrics & Gynecology) Postgraduate Candidate should have completed BAMS Based on the AIA-PGET score 3 years
MD/MS in Ayurved Samhita Evam Siddhant Postgraduate Candidate should have completed BAMS Based on the AIA-PGET score 3 years

Scope of Ayurveda in future:

Ayurveda has climbed higher and higher in recent decades as the scope for Ayurveda has drastically developed both in India and abroad. Students pursuing ayurvedic courses in the best Ayurveda colleges in India are finding job opportunities all around the world.

Here is a detailed view of the scope of Ayurveda in India as well as abroad:

1. Ayurveda scope in India:

The best proof that justifies the rapid outgrowth of ayurvedic practice in India is the reach of INR 515.5 billion by ayurvedic medical products in 2021.

Job opportunities for ayurvedic graduates are immensely available both in the government and private sectors and here are some

a. Government job scope:

Ministry of AYUSH has taken multiple steps in developing the stand of Ayurveda by making major investments and thus hiring many ayurvedic graduates for the below positions:

Job roles Job description
Clinical Research Associate Clinical Research Associate analyzes, plan, perform, supervise, and assess clinical trials for any pharmaceutical company.
Junior Resident Doctor Junior Resident Doctors executes the workloads provided by senior doctors like taking X-Rays, providing medicines for in-patients, working on discharge summary, and much more
Senior Resident Doctor Senior Resident Doctors are responsible for examining patients, prescribing medicines, performing surgeries, and much more. They also guide and train junior doctors.
Medical Officer Medical Officer is responsible for planning and scheduling operations and managing healthcare facilities.
Pharmacist Pharmacists ensure providing correct medicines and drugs based on the given prescription.
Lecturer Lecturers teach students about Ayurveda and its concepts, methods, techniques, and much more in colleges.

Here is a graph that shows the average salary scale for government jobs in Ayurveda:

b. Private job scope:

Many private ayurvedic colleges and hospitals are recently established with the aim of strengthening Ayurveda in our land. Here are some private job positions:

  • Ayurveda doctor
  • Sales representative
  • Medical transcriptionist
  • Research & Development executive
  • Health supervisor/therapist
  • Clinical research associate
  • Medical officer

c. Relevant industries that hire Ayurveda graduates in India:

  • Healthcare Industry
  • Healthcare IT Industry
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Nursing
  • Insurance Industry
  • Life Science Industry
  • Medical Tourism Industry
  • Education/Academics

These industries hire Ayurveda graduates to ensure high Ayurveda scope in India.

2. Ayurveda scope abroad:

In recent years, Ayurveda has lightened up in foreign nations as well. From being a medical practice, Ayurveda has transformed into a relaxation therapy in resorts in foreign countries.

Here are the key sectors where Ayurveda graduates are hired abroad:

  • Health care Sector
  • Ayurvedic Resorts
  • Research Institutions
  • Ayurvedic Spa Centres
  • Hospitals
  • Dispensaries
  • Health Resort

Here is the list of a few jobs for Ayurveda graduates abroad along with their average salary:

Job roles Average salary
Medical officer USD 38,000
Lecturer USD 30,542
Pharmacist USD 52,500
Ayurvedic Physician USD 35,000

Why MAMC for your Ayurveda courses?

Pursuing your Ayurveda course in the best ayurvedic colleges is very important and we at MAMC ensure that we provide the best education in Ayurveda. Here are the reasons why you should pursue your Ayurveda course at MAMC:

  • Well-specialized faculties
  • Well-equipped laboratories
  • Medicinal plants garden
  • Educational visits
  • International collaborations


Since the ayurvedic market is widening in India as well as abroad, the scope in Ayurveda is great all around the world. Students pursuing Ayurvedic studies can experience a well-established career in the upcoming years. Possessing Indian roots, Ayurveda is today one of the best globally practiced medical practices.


  • Can an MBBS graduate pursue BAMS?
  • Yes, MBBS graduates can pursue BAMS by again appearing for NEET.
  • Can ayurvedic doctors prescribe allopathic medications?
  • No, Ayurvedic doctors cannot prescribe allopathic medications but can refer to allopathic doctors if needed.
  • List some top companies that hire Ayurveda graduates.
  • 1. Dabur
  • 2. Hindustan Unilever Limited
  • 3. Himalaya Herbal Care
  • 4. Navayur Healthcare
  • 5. Petal Herbals
  • Is BAMS tough to study?
  • It depends on the interest of the students. BAMS appears easier for students with high interest in the course.
  • List other MD/MS specializations in Ayurveda.
  • 1. MS Kaushalya Karma
  • 2. MD/MS Shalya Karma
  • 3. MD Sharir Rachana
  • 4. MD Sharir Kriya