The Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) is the statutory body constituted under the
      Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 which lays down the standards of medical education
      in Ayurved, Siddha and Unani through its various regulations. Similarly, homoeopathy medical
      education is being regulated by Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) through its various
      regulations under the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973. For medical education in Yoga
      and Naturopathy no such governing body exists. Following courses are being offered by the
      Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and homoeopathy (ASU&H) colleges. (i) Bachelor of Ayurvedic
      Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.); (ii) Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S.); (iii)
      Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery (B.S.M.S.); (iv) Bachelor of Homoeopathy Medicine
      and Surgery (B.H.M.S.); (v) Post-graduate Ayurveda degree in different specialities (M.D./M.S.-
      Ayurveda); (vi) Post-graduate Unani degree in different specialities (M.D./M.S.-Unani); (vii)
      Post-graduate Siddha degree in different specialities (M.D./M.S.-Siddha); (viii) Post-graduate
      Homoeopathy degree in different specialities (M.D.-Homoeopathy)
      Under Graduate Education
            There are in all 549 ASU&H (297 Ayurveda, 09 Siddha, 46 Unani and 197 homoeopathy)
      colleges imparting ASU&H education in the country, out of which 543 ASU&H (295 Ayurveda,
      08 Siddha, 45 Unani and 195 Homoeopathy) colleges imparting undergraduate ASU&H
      education with an admission capacity of 33611 students in India as on 01.01.2016. Out of 543
      colleges, 102 ASU&H (57 Ayurveda, 03 Siddha, 10 Unani and 32 Homoeopathy) colleges with
      5236 intake capacity (2967 Ayurveda, 160 Siddha, 431 Unani and 1678 Homoeopathy) belong to
      government sector.
      Post Graduate Courses
            Out of all medical colleges imparting post graduate ASU&H education, six colleges (02
      Ayurveda, 02 homoeopathy, 01 Unani and 01 Siddha) with admission capacity of 225 students
      (60 Ayurveda, 72 Homoeopathy, 47 Unani and 46 Siddha) were exclusively post graduate
      institutions.
      Autonomous Institutes imparting ASU&H education
             (i) National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur: It offers under-graduate, post-graduate and
                 fellowship programmes in Ayurveda with intake capacity of 92 students in Under-
                 graduate and 104 students in 14 post-graduate courses. It also conducts a Diploma
                 course in Ayurveda Nursing and Pharmacy. The Institute has two hospitals with a bed
                 strength of 300. For the benefits of population belongings to SC and ST, the Institute
                 also organizes regular medical camps in SC and ST inhabited districts of Rajasthan
                 through its mobile clinical unit to provide free medical facility.
            (ii) Institute of Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar: The Institute
                 offers 10 Post-graduate courses with intake capacity of 50 students and Ph.D. courses.
                 Funded by Government of India it is governed by the Acts & Statute of Gujarat
                 Ayurveda University. The Institute organized various outreach activities in Ayurveda for
                 national programmes and conducted medical camps in rural areas of Gujarat. It has a
                 well-managed hospital with OPD and IPD facilities.
           (iii) National Institute of Homoeopathy, Kolkata: It offers under-graduate, postgraduate
                 courses in homoeopathy with intake capacity of 93 students in under-graduate and 36
                 students in 06 post-graduate courses. It has a 100 - bedded hospital attached to it which