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NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS: General, OBC, SC, ST Category

Rohan Tyagi
Rohan TyagiUpdated On: July 28, 2023 10:59 am IST | NEET

Admission to all BAMS seats will be granted on the basis of NEET 2023 exam results. Check the category-wise NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS to understand the minimum NEET scores for admission in all the major BAMS colleges.

NEET cutoff for BAMS

NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS is 720-137 for general category students and 136-107 for reserved category aspirants. The cutoff percentile for general category aspirants is 50th and for reserved category students is 40th. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the most renowned entrance exam based on which admission to all the major UG medical courses is granted in India. The NEET cutoff is the minimum qualifying score that a candidate must obtain in order to be considered for admission to BAMS Course across different colleges in India.

BAMS is a 5 and a half years programme where students get to learn about modern medicines along with traditional Ayurvedic methods. NEET UG 2023 test was conducted on May 7, 2023. Similarly, NEET Full Formis the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test and is conducted every year for aspirants seeking admission to medical as well as dental programmes. In this article, we will take a closer look at the NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS, including the factors that determine the cutoff, previous year cutoff trends, and other important details that candidates should keep in mind. 

NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS: Category-wise

The category-wise NEET 2023 cutoff list for BAMS and NEET BAMS cutoff 2022 is given below in the table for reference: 


BAMS cutoff score 2023

BAMS cutoff score 2022

BAMS cutoff percentile 2023

BAMS cutoff percentile 2022




50th percentile

50th percentile




45th percentile

40th percentile




40th percentile

40th percentile




40th percentile

40th percentile



121-10840th percentile40th percentile

BAMS Admission through NEET 2023 Cutoff: Quick Overview

The NEET 2023 i.e. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the only way to get admission to all the major medical courses in India. Students are deemed eligible for admission to BAMS, MBBS, BDS. and BHMS courses through NEET exam based on their rank and cutoff. The applicants can apply for the BAMS course based on their NEET 2023 Score and percentile. We will explain the NEET cut-off for BAMS and the least marks required for BAMS admission in NEET 2023 to help you choose the right college based on your rank. 

NEET 2023 Cutoff for Different Medical Courses (Expected)

Refer to the following links to get a better idea about the cut-off for various List of Courses Under NEET UG 2023:

NEET 2023 Cutoff for Ayurveda (Expected)

NEET 2023 Cutoff for BHMS (Expected)

NEET 2023 Cutoff for Veterinary (Expected)

NEET 2023 Cutoff for BDS (Expected)

NEET Previous Years' Cutoffs for BAMS: Category-wise

The category-wise NEET cutoff of BAMS is based on various criteria like the total number of appearing candidates, the total number of offered seats in BAMS, and the level of difficulty. To understand the minimum score needed to gain admission into a BAMS course, students can refer to the previous years' NEET cutoff for BAMS for reference.

NEET 2022 Cutoff for BAMS

Given below in the table are the cutoff scores for the 2022 BAMS course.

Institute Name

Opening Rank

Closing Rank

Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Sampurnanand Sanskrit Vishwa Vidyalaya, Varanasi



Ch Brahm Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan, New Delhi



Madan Mohan Malviya Government Ayurved College, Udaipur



State Ayurvedic college and Hospital, Lucknow



Government Akhandanand Ayurved College, Ahmedabad



Podar Ayurved Medical College, Mumbai



Rajiv Gandhi Government Post Graduate Ayurvedic College, Kangra



Government Ayurvedic College Hospital, Patna



Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University, Jodhpur



SRM Government Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Bareilly



Tilak Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Pune



JB Roy State Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata



NEET Cutoff for BAMS 2022: Category-wise

Given below is the category-wise NEET cutoff for BAMS 2022:


NEET BAMS Cutoff 2022


Unreserved/ General 






NEET 2021 Cutoff for BAMS: College-Wise

Here is a list of college-wise NEET 2021 cutoff for BAMS:



Faculty of Ayurveda Institute Of Medical Science Banaras Hindu University

7643 – 210992 

National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan

8530 – 623112 

Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, New Delhi 

10505 –  227870       

University College of Ayurved, DR SR Rajasthan Ayurveda University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 

12255 – 82310 

Shri Gulab Kunverba Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Jamnagar, Gujarat 

12465 – 129840 

Rishikul Govt. PG Ayurvedic College, Haridwar, Uttarakhand 

15529 – 99448 

RA Podar Ayurved Medical College, Mumbai, Maharashtra 

15573 – 135062 

National Institute of Homoeopathy, Salt Lake, Kolkata  

16403 – 831263 

North Eastern Institute of Ayurveda and Homoeopathy-Ayurveda Shilong 

16686 – 217980 

Govt. Ayurveda Medical College, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 

17290 – 136897 

Govt. Ayurveda College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 

17959 – 131458 

Ayurveda and Unani Tibbia College Unani, Karol Bagh, New Delhi 

18061 – 113993 

MMM Govt. Ay. Mahavidyalaya, Udaipur, Rajasthan 

18094 – 55334 

JB Roy State Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, West Bengal  

20084 – 170629 

Solan Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Solan, Himachal Pradesh  

124092 – 316912 

Faculty of Indian Medical System, SGT University, Gurgaon, Haryana 

124133 – 609263 

Padamshri Dr. DY Patil College of Ayurved and Research Institute, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 

604585 -822494  

State Ghazipur Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh 

52091 – 132807 

Government Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Guwahati

33804 - 41200

Dr BRKR Government Ayurved Medical College, Hyderabad

36010 - 42464

Government Ayurved College, Nanded

42293 - 44567

Anantha Lakshmi Government Ayurvedic Medical College, Warangal

39235 - 44881

Rajiv Gandhi Ayurveda Medical College, Mahe

31485 - 47168

Ayurved Mahavidyalaya and Seth R V Ayurved Hospital

44846 - 49482

Government Ayurveda Medical College and Teaching Hospital, Shivamogga

49443 - 52169

NEET 2021 Cutoff for BAMS: Category-Wise

Find out the general, AIQ cutoff score for BAMS NEET 2021.


NEET Percentile

NEET Cutoff Marks 2021

Total Number of qualified candidates 

General/ EWS

50th percentile



General/ EWS- PwD

45th percentile




40th percentile




40th percentile




40th percentile




40th percentile




40th percentile




40th percentile



Relevant Reads:

What is a Good Score in NEET UG 2023?

NEET 2023 Marks vs Ranks

NEET Passing Marks 2023

NEET Cutoff for BAMS 2020: Category-wise

Following is the Category-wise NEET cutoff 2022 for BAMS course:


NEET BAMS Cutoff 2020

Percentile (%)

Unreserved/ General 






NEET 2019 Cutoff for BAMS: Category-wise

The table given below lists the category-wise NEET 2019 cutoff for BAMS: 



Cutoff Score


50th Percentile



40th Percentile



45th Percentile



40th Percentile


Apart from scores, one can also find out which colleges they can opt-in based on their rank in the exam.

Relevant read: NEET 2023 Rank 1,00,000 to 5,00,000 Accepting Colleges

NEET 2023 Tie-Breaking Criteria for BAMS

During the process of calculating NEET cutoff for BAMS, it is possible for multiple students to achieve identical marks. To ensure fairness in such situations, a standard tie-breaking criterion for BAMS has been established for NEET 2023. The criterion is outlined below:

  1. Students scoring higher marks in the biology subjects are given preference followed by chemistry and physics subjects
  2. Aspirants securing fewer negative marks in the test is given a better place 
  3. Candidates scoring less negative marks in biology are given preference followed by those who obtain lesser marks in chemistry and physics

NEET 2023 Cutoff: State-Wise Information

One can also find out NEET 2023 cutoff scores across different states located all around India.

Factors Determining NEET 2023 Cutoff for BAMS 

The NEET cutoff for BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is subject to change every year. To comprehend the reasons behind the fluctuating cutoff scores, students should consider the following key factors that impact the NEET cutoff for BAMS:

  1. Number of exam takers: The total number of students appearing for the Medical Entrance Exam plays a significant role in determining the cutoff. Higher competition due to a larger pool of applicants can lead to a higher cutoff score.
  2. Difficulty level of the exam: The level of difficulty of the NEET exam for BAMS affects the cutoff. If the exam is more challenging, the cutoff score may be lower, and vice versa.
  3. Seat availability criteria: The criteria for seat accessibility in NEET, including the reservation policies and quota systems, can influence the cutoff score for BAMS. Different categories and reservation percentages may impact the cutoff.
  4. Availability of vacant seats: The number of vacant seats made available for BAMS courses is another factor affecting the cutoff. The cutoff may be adjusted based on the number of seats remaining after initial admissions.

By considering these factors, aspiring BAMS students can gain a better understanding of the variables that determine the NEET 2023 cutoff for BAMS courses.

Scope in BAMS

With a sudden rise in critical health illnesses and the acute limitations of Allopathic treatment, Ayurveda has significantly evolved as an alternative. This is a major reason that BAMS is gaining popularity as a medical course all over the world. Ayurveda is being increasingly opted by people all over the world due to its insignificant number of side effects. People suffering from critical diseases are also seeking help in this ancient Indian art of healing which is opening opportunities for BAMS doctors. BAMS graduates can either opt for clinical practice or may pursue higher studies to specialise in a particular field of Ayurvedic Sciences. A BAMS Doctor can also take up practice after completing higher education in the respective discipline, e.g., Skin Issues, spinal disorders, ophthalmology, anorectal illnesses, etc.

Career Prospects After BAMS

Once students complete the BAMS course, there are ample career opportunities to excel. BAMS graduates can opt for jobs in both government and private sectors. They can also work at research institutes after BAMS. They may even become an independent practitioner at their own clinics. Some of the other job opportunities after BAMS include: 

  • Ayurvedic Doctor

  • Medical Representative  

  • Ayurveda Specialists 

  • Ayurveda Researcher

  • Ayurveda Pharmacist

How to Shortlist the Best BAMS Institutes?

Shortlisting colleges is the most crucial aspect of the admissions process. It determines your future career pathway. Settling for an average institute can reduce your chances of achieving success. So, before shortlisting colleges for BAMS, students must keep these important factors in mind.

  • Ranking of the institute
  • Quality of learning infrastructure
  • Experience educators
  • Campus placement success rate
  • Alumni success rate
  • Hostel accommodation

Popular Universities in India

Calicut UniversitySRM University
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Stay tuned for NEET 2023 latest news and cutoff updates!  


How many seats are available in BAMS in Uttar Pradesh in NEET 2023?

A total of 563 seats are available to be offered in the BAMS courses in various Ayurvedic Medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh. All of these seats will be according to the NEET 2023 counselling rounds.


Do BAMS require NEET score?

It is mandatory for every BAMS aspirant to appear for NEET 2023 in order to get admission in any medical institute in the country. NEET 2023 is made compulsory for admission to all the medical courses in all medical colleges of India.


How many total seats are there in BAMS in NEET 2023?

A total of 52,720 seats in 914 BAMS colleges via NEET 2023 will be offered. Applicants seeking more details on admission to AYUSH courses through NEET 2023 dates, rounds, procedures, seat allotment results and other details can check the official website of NTA.


Is BAMS a doctor?

Yes, A student who has completed a BAMS course from a recognised medical institute is eligible to use the prefix ‘Dr.’ with his/her name. The student is awarded the title of ‘Ayurvedacharya’ after the successful completion of a 5.5-year-long BAMS course.


Is the syllabus for BAMS different from MBBS in NEET 2023?

The students appearing for NEET 2023 have to prepare from a uniform syllabus irrespective of the medical course they are aiming for. The guidelines are issued by the NEET regulating authority i.e. National Testing Authority.


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