About Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yoga Science

Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yoga Science (BNYS) is a 4.5- years long undergraduate course in the field of Integrative Medicine that covers the study of both traditional Naturopathy Medicine and Modern Medicine. The course includes the mandatory completion of a Compulsory Rotatory Residential Internship of 1-year duration.

Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yoga Science (BNYS): Course Highlights

Tabulated below are some of the major highlights of the course.

Course Level Graduate
Duration 4.5 years
Examination Type Yearly System
Eligibility 10+2 from a recognized educational Board
Admission Process Direct admission to colleges. Entrance test in some cases.
Course Fee INR 7,000 -50,000
Average Starting Salary INR 3-5 lacs
Top Recruiting Organizations AYUSH, Patanjali, etc.
Top Recruiting Areas Hospitals, Government and Private Clinics, NGO's, Rehabilitation Centers, and such.
Top Job Profiles General Practitioner, Naturopath, Para clinical specialist, Natural Therapist, Yoga Instructor, among others.

Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yoga Science (BNYS)

Naturopathy is the branch of science that is centered on the body’s own healing ability. It is essentially about body’s self-cleaning and repair without the use of allopathic medicines, body's immune, hormonal, nervous, and excretory systems, the body’s adjustment and alignment with these systems and naturally healing diseases pertaining to these systems in the body.

Licensed Naturopathic Physicians typically work at clinics with patients, analyze symptoms, problems, and medical statuses, personalize treatment protocols for every patient, study the patient's lifestyle habits, scan patients’ ailments/allergies to find clues responsible for the current state.

Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yoga Science (BNYS): Who should opt?

Ideal candidates for the course would possess:

  • Abilities like critical thinking, fair-judgment, emotional stability and maturity.

  • Empathy for the patient, and physical and mental stamina to deal with all kinds of chaos.
  • Avid learning as the field of medicine is ever changing.
  • Intellectual ability and emotional stability.
  • Sufficient motor skills to be able to conduct activities like palpation, auscultation, percussion, and other diagnostic therapies on patients.
  • Excellent observational skills in healing patients.
  • Good vision, hearing, and other sensory modalities.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Sensitivity to patients’ health and well-being.
  • Proficiency in measurement, calculation, reasoning, and analysis.
  • Interest in research.
  • Ethical qualities like empathy, integrity, concern for others.
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