Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) - Course Overview

Duration: 4.6 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 2,00,000 / Year

10 courses | 12 colleges

About Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS)

The Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences course, popularly known as BNYS, is a 4.5 year long course. The curriculum comprises and integrated study of natural medicine as well as modern methodology of treatment. Aspirants who seek a career in Ayurvedic or Homeopathic medicine can benefit from this course. Apart from medical history and theory, the programme also comprises practical sessions to impart all-round education in the field of naturopathy and yoga. The scope after pursuing this course is bright with people becoming aware of the benefits of yoga and natural medicine.

Specialisations:

  • Nutrition Therapy
  • Herbal/Botanical Medicine
  • Homeopathic Medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Natural Childbirth

Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) Eligiblity Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2 (Chemistry, Physics & Biology)
  • Minimum Marks Required (Aggregate): 50%

 

BNYS Admission Process:

Institutes offering the course release admission notification on their official website regarding registration process and the selection criteria.

Few colleges take direct admission to the BNYS programme and candidates who qualify the eligibility criteria can apply directly or on the basis of merit in class 12 exams.

There are some colleges that take students on the basis of entrance exams, either state-level tests or tests conducted by the respective institutes, for the BNYS programme. Following are some popular BNYS entrance exams:

  • Common Entrance Exam for Ayurveda and Homeopathy (Assam)
  • CG BNSY Entrance Exam
  • DSSRAU PAT
  • Punjab Ayush Entrance Test
  • UP CPAT – Combined Pre-AYUSH Test

Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS) Syllabus

First Year:

Samskrta 1

Anatomy

Microbiology (T & P)

Physiology

Introduction & Streams of Yoga

Naturopathy - 1

Computer & Communication Skills

Samskrta 2

Biochemistry & Histology

Principles of Layt

Yoga –iya 1

Naturopathy - 2

Biochemistry

Yoga –iya 2

Psychology

Message of Vedas & Upanishads

Pathology & Genetics

 

 

Second Year:

Epics and Concept of Dharma

Yoga Therapy Special Techniques

Musculo-skeletal System I

Diet & Nutrition

Physiotherapy

Patanjala Yoga Sutra I

Musculo-skeletal System - II

Heamatology

Manipulative Therapy

Nervous System - I

Nervous System - II

 

 

Third Year:

Yoga Therapy in the Light of Bagavad Gita

Hatha Yoga Texts 1 Hyp & G S

Oncology

Hydrotherapy

Patanjala Yoga Sutra II

Cardiovascular System

Gynecology & Obstetrics

Environmental Science

Cardio Vascular System

Advance Asanas & Kriyas

Acupuncture & Fasting

Mud, Acupuncture & Fasting

 

Fourth Year:

Hatha Yoga Texts 2 Hr, SS and Others

Advance Pranayama, Meditation & Trataka

Ophthalmology

Narada Bakthi Sutra

Chromo - Magneto Therapy

Research Methodology

Excretory System

Community Medicine & First Aid

Reproductive System & Endocrinology

Psychotherapy

Psychiatry

Geriatrics & Aging

 

Fifth Year:

Karma Yoga Sutras

Mind Body Medicine

Pediatrics

Acupressure & Reflexology

Acupressure & Reflexology

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Career Options and Job Prospects

Yoga has become an essential part of the wellness activities pursued by people in India. With natural medicine becoming popular amongst people, there are a lot of job opportunities for candidates who want to pursue BNYS. There are various job as well as business opportunities available for individuals who pursue this programme. With various government initiatives to promote yoga, jobs are also available in the public sector after pursuing Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences.

  • Para-Clinical Specialist
  • Yoga Trainer
  • Ayurveda Consultant
  • Naturopath
  • Ayush Practitioner
  • Researcher
  • Ayush Professor
  • Nutrition and Diet Specialist

BNYS graduates can expect a salary package varying from Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 3 lakh per year right after graduation. Experienced practitioners can earn up to Rs. 5 lakh per annum. Naturopathy and Yoga are the biggest money spinners in this field as people are eager to join such centres for fitness. A private practitioner can earn up to Rs. 7 lakh per annum or more by providing yoga training.