National Institute of Ayurveda admissions open for 6 MSc courses, apply now

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The National Institute of Ayurveda (NIA), a deemed university that comes under the AYUSH ministry, has invited applications for admission to MSc courses in six subjects.

The programmes that are offered here are: MSc Ayurvedic Diet and Nutrition, Ayurvedic Manuscriptology, Ayur–Yoga Preventive Cardiology, Marma Treatment and Sports Medicine, Ayurvedic Cosmetology and Ayurvedic Herbology.

A total of 12 seats are up for grabs.The application prepared on paper could be submitted until 28 February. The application fee for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, persons with disabilities and economically weaker sections is Rs 500.

The total fee for the two-year courses is Rs 54,300.

The applicants should have a degree in ayurveda, homeopathy, unani, naturopathy, food and nutrition, physiotherapy, sports medicine, agriculture, horticulture or forestry. Those who have MBBS degree or MA in Sanskrit too can apply.

Contact address
The application form should be downloaded from the website. The filled application should be sent along with a demand draft of Rs 1,000 to the following address:
The National Institute of Ayurveda
Jorawar Singh Gare,
Amer Road,
PIN: 302002.
Ph: 0141 – 2635816,
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