About Course

BNYS stands for Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science. It is an undergraduate degree program in the field of alternative medicine that focuses on the use of natural therapies to promote healing and maintain health. The course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of Naturopathy and Yogic Science.

The BNYS course covers subjects such as Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Naturopathy, Yoga, Nutrition, Pharmacology, Pathology, and Public Health. Students also learn about various therapies such as hydrotherapy, mud therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, and other natural treatments.

The course is aimed at training students to become Naturopathic physicians who can provide natural healthcare solutions to individuals and communities. Graduates of the BNYS course can work in a variety of settings such as hospitals, wellness centers, spas, yoga centers, and private practice.

The duration of the BNYS course is five and a half years, which includes four and a half years of academic study and one year of compulsory internship. The curriculum of the course is designed to provide students with both theoretical and practical knowledge in Naturopathy and Yogic Science.

Course Fees

The fees for BNYS (Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science) course in India vary depending on the college or university offering the course. The fees can also vary based on the location of the college and the facilities provided.

On average, the fees for BNYS course in government colleges or universities can range from INR 10,000 to 50,000 per year. However, the fees for private colleges offering the same course can be higher, ranging from INR 50,000 to 2 lakhs per year.

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What Will You Learn?

  • (1) Anatomy and Physiology: Students learn about the human body's structure and function, including the various organs, tissues, and systems.
  • (2) Biochemistry: This subject covers the chemical processes that occur within living organisms, including metabolism, enzymes, and hormones.
  • (3) Pathology: Students learn about the nature and causes of various diseases, including their symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • (4) Naturopathy: The course covers various natural therapies, such as hydrotherapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, and other forms of natural healing.
  • (5) Yoga: Students learn about the principles and practices of yoga, including asanas, pranayama, meditation, and other yogic techniques.
  • (6) Nutrition: This subject covers the importance of a healthy diet in maintaining good health, including the role of various nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
  • (6) Pharmacology: Students learn about the properties and uses of various herbal and natural remedies used in Naturopathy.
  • (7) Public Health: This subject covers the principles and practices of public health, including epidemiology, disease prevention, and health promotion.