I am Vishnu Nambiar, a career counselor and career blogger with more than 12 years of experience in the education sector. In this article, I will be giving you a complete idea about BNYS and its admission procedures.

I will be talking about BNYS admission starting from the basics, so it will be great if you could go through the article completely.

First of all, I will give you a brief about the course first.

BNYS Course Overview

Full FormBachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences
TypeUG and Full-Time
Duration4.5 Years + 1 Year Internship
Eligibility10+2 50% with PCB
Entrance ExamCommon Entrance Exam
AdmissionCounseling / Direct Admission
Course FeesRs.25,000 to Rs.2 lakhs per annum
AgeAt least 17 years

BNYS Admission Procedure

The first question which comes to a student’s mind while looking for BNYS admission is, whether you must qualify NEET entrance exam for taking BNYS admission.

The answer is, NO! To take BNYS admission it is not mandatory to qualify NEET-UG entrance exam.

For detailed information, you can go through my article about BNYS admission without NEET.

BNYS Admission Procedure through CET

If you are looking for BNYS admission for a very low fee, then you must register on the CET website and will be allotted a seat. For example, let us think you are from Karnataka, then you must register for KCET through Karnataka Examination Authority.

For each state, there will be a governing body that conducts the counseling. And the counseling of each state can be attended by the students of the same state.

BNYS Direct Admission

If you are looking for an easy hassle-free admission procedure, then you can go for direct admission. The steps for the same are mentioned below.

  • Submit documents for verification from the institute.
  • After verification, pay a part of the fees to the college.
  • Wait for the intimation from the college.
  • The admission process is completed.

BNYS Admission Eligibility Criteria

If you want to take BNYS admission anywhere in India, then you must meet the following eligibility criteria.

  • The candidate must secure at least 50% marks in 10+2 with the Science group and PCB.
  • The candidate must be at least of 17 years old by 31st December, of the year of admission.
  • The candidate must be qualified and passed by a recognized board – 10+2.

Documents Required for BNYS Admission

The following documents must be provided during the admission to the college authority.

  1. 12th Marks Card.
  2. 12th Pass certificate.
  3. 10th Marks Card.
  4. 10th pass certificate.
  5. Transfer Certificate.
  6. Migration Certificate.
  7. Identity Card – Aadhar Card.
  8. 8 passport-size photos.

It is advisable to keep all the necessary documents handy to ensure a hassle-free admission process.

Note: Qualifying NEET Exam is not a mandatory requirement for admission to the BNYS course.

BNYS Fee Structure

The fee structure for BNYS differs in each state. And the fee structure for BNYS is different for private and government colleges.

Government naturopathy colleges charge a fee ranging from Rs.15,000 to Rs.25,000 per year. And private BNYS colleges charge fees from Rs.1.25 lakhs to Rs.2 lakhs per annum.

If you need detailed information about the BNYS fee structure, then you can go through the following articles.

BNYS Course fees in Karnataka.

BNYS Course fees in Tamil Nadu.

BNYS Course fees in UP.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Should I qualify for NEET-UG to take BNYS admission?

A: No, it is not mandatory to qualify for NEET to take BNYS admission anywhere in India.

2. Can I take admission online for BNYS?

A: Yes, you can easily take BNYS college admission online.

3. Will I be able to pay the fees in installments?

A: Yes, we can arrange an installment facility for taking BNYS admission.

4. I want to apply for an education loan, how can you help me?

A: I can provide you with supporting documents and loan paper from the college.

5. Is there an age limit for BNYS Admission?

Yes, candidates must be at least 17 years of age at the time of admission.

6. What is the duration of the BNYS Course?

The BNYS Course is a five-and-a-half-year course, which includes a one-year internship program.

7. What is the fee structure for the BNYS Course?

The fee structure for the BNYS Course varies from college to college. It may range from 25,000 Rs to 2,00,000 Rs per year.

8. Can I apply for BNYS Admission if I have a gap year in my education?

Yes, candidates with a gap year in their education can apply for BNYS Admission. However, they must fulfil the eligibility criteria mentioned by the college.

9. What is the scope of BNYS in India?

The scope of BNYS in India is increasing rapidly due to the growing demand for natural and alternative medicine.

10. Who can pursue BNYS?

Candidates who have completed their 10+2 education in the science stream with a minimum of 50% marks are eligible to pursue BNYS.

11. Is BNYS recognized by the government of India?

Yes, BNYS is recognized by the government of India and is considered equivalent to other medical degrees.

12. Are there any government job opportunities after BNYS?

Yes, graduates of BNYS can apply for government jobs in the health sector as naturopaths, yoga therapists, and health consultants.

Wrapping Up

I hope you found the information presented here informative and insightful in your search for the BNYS Admission Process. If you’re interested in pursuing the BNYS course or want to know about the BNYS institutions, I highly recommend getting in touch with one of our experienced counselors.

Our counselors are well-equipped to guide you through the admission process and offer valuable advice to help you embark on a successful BNYS career. So, don’t hesitate to reach out to us on +91-95357 26644 for any assistance you may need.

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About Vishnu Nambiar

I am an Educational Counselor, Career Expert, and Educational Blogger by profession, natively from Kerala but serving people around the globe. At ZoomColleges, I will be giving you the latest updates about different colleges, courses, and admission procedures.

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