It is located in aesthetically and functionally designed building. The college is spread across an area of 6 acres of land and the college accommodates well-equipped laboratories, dissection hall, demonstration hall, herbal garden and a library with a reading hall facility.
Muktsar is a historical place is located which is a district head quarters, of Punjab State and around 240 km from Chandigarh. Muktsar is well connected by railway and bus. Chandigarh is well connected by air also. Muktsar district is situated on southern part of Punjab.
ABOUT THIS COLLEGE:
Mai Bhago Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar is the first institution of its kind to be established in Punjab State which is exclusively for girls. The institution was established in the year when whole world was celebrating the year for women.
The Ayurvedic Medical institute is dedicated to the achievement of excellence in both Ayurvedic Education and Research. The college is affiliated to Baba Farid University Of Health Sciences, Faridkot and is recognized by the Government of Punjab and has been recognized by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), New Delhi, Ayush, Delhi.
The College offers B.A. M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) or Ayurvedacharya Degree.
The eligibility of this course is; PUC II / 10+2 / H.S.C. (Science) or any equivalent Examination. Student must have passed individually in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English & with minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together (40% for SC/ST students). The intake of this college is 50.
The duration of B.A.M.S. Degree course is 5 & 1/2 years. First Professional course is 18 months, Second Professional course is 18 months, and Third Professional course is 18 months and Internship - 12 months.
The college has well built hostel for girls. It is therefore no wonder that the College attracts students from all the parts of India.
The faculty of the college consists of carefully selected senior teachers with strong research orientation. Our efficient teachers, research workers, Kaya Chikitaka (Physician) and Shalya Chikitaka (Surgeon) with the sole object of reviving and developing the Indian System of Medicine.
The college has its own Ayurvedic Hospital with 150 bed strength wherein students are given clinical training. A number of patients are treated in our OPD and IPD and so our students get good clinical exposure in the hospital.
The College maintains a well nurtured and well developed herbal garden having around 500 medicinal plants, some of which are rare species. The College has also installed machinery to manufacture various kinds of Ayurvedic Medicines, particularly; those derived from the Ayurvedic classical preparations in the college. It also has its own drug-manufacturing unit where the students get hands-on training in drug manufacturing.
The college library is very spacious having thousands of volumes on Ayurvedic and allied medicines. Library has spacious reading hall. It is also computerized and well connected to internet so that students can update their knowledge with the research and development in Ayurvedic as well as modern science.
The College not only provides good clinical facilities to the students, but also organizes various kinds of academic activities including the State and National level seminars and workshops to enrich the academic experience of our students.