BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science)
The BNYS course trains the students on principles of alternative medicine such as; natural healing, non-invasive treatment and self-healing. Naturopathy extensively focuses on the usage of traditional medicine that was followed by pioneers and medical experts like Charaka and Shusrutha. Naturopathy stresses on traditional methods like diet control, exercise, massage and herbal medicine for medical ailments and healthy living. The students of BYNS will be given in-depth training on traditional medicine for the treatment of medical conditions in a natural process. Yogic Science mainly focuses on different yoga patterns like Hata Yoga, Yoga Practice, Ayurveda, Anatomy, Psychology, Yoga Therapy, Breath Control, Meditation, different Asanas (body postures) that are necessary for the better and healthy lifestyle. The students will be studying diverse topics such as; Sanskrit, Yoga Philosophy, Anatomy, Physiology, Magneto Therapy, Chromo Therapy, Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Medical Herbs, Acupuncture, Acupressure and many more in BYNS programme.
|Duration||4.5 Years + 1-Year Internship|
|Eligibility||10+2 education completed in the Science stream, from a recognized educational Board with Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology as the main subjects at the 10+2 level. A minimum aggregate score of 45% (40% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level.|
(The fees structure mentioned above are as per 2019 medical counselling).
Merit- The students seeking merit admission to BNYS colleges can undergo the counselling conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA).
Management- Students looking for Management seats can go for Direct Admission
List of Top BNYS Colleges in Karnataka
Course name: BNYS
Affiliation: Deemed University
Eligibility: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology as the main subjects at the 10+2 level. A minimum aggregate score of 45% (40% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level. The minimum age for joining the course is 17 year.
Duration: 4.5 years plus one year rotational internship
Campus Location: Prashanti Kutiram, Vivekananda Road, Kalluballu Post, Jigani, Anekal, Bengaluru – 560105
- Distance from Bangalore Airport to College: 79.0kms
- Distance from City Bus stand to College: 32.1kms
G. Madegowda Institute of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences
Course name: BNYS
Affiliation: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS)
Eligibility: 10+2 education completed in the Science stream, from a recognized educational Board. Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology as the main subjects at the 10+2 level.
Duration: 4 1/2 Years+1 Year Internship,Full Time, Graduation programme
Campus Location: Sri Athmalingehshwara Temple Campus, Hanumantha Nagara Karadakere Post, Maddur Taluk, Karnataka 571422
- Distance from Bangalore Airport to College: 135.0kms
- Distance from Bangalore City Bus stand to College: 95.4kms
Tapovana Medical College of Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences
Course name: B
Affiliation: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognized board.
Duration: 4½ years + 1 year internship
Campus Location: Davanagere, Karnataka
- Distance from Bangalore Airport to College: 292.0kms
- Distance from Bangalore City Bus stand to College: 270.0kms
List of BNYS colleges
Career Scope of BNYS
BNYS graduates have ample job opportunities. BNYS graduates can find several jobs in both government and private institutions. The BNYS graduates can also join the masters and take up research in Naturopathy and Yogic Science
Some of the career opportunities available for BNYS graduates are:
- Naturopathy Doctor
- Naturopathy Therapist
- Yoga Therapist
- Rehabilitation Specialist
- Yoga Instructor
Placements for BNYS
Some of the popular recruiters hiring BNYS students are:
- Naturopathy Clinic
- Yoga Therapy Clinic
- Yoga Centres
- Rehabilitation Centres
- Ayurvedic Clinics
- Natural Health Centres
The demand for BYNS graduates is increasing day by day. The trend is shifting towards Naturopathy treatments from allopathic treatments. The BYNS students are required in large numbers in both government and private naturopathic centres