Ayurveda Campus is the only centre for Bachelor level Ayurvedic education in Nepal. It resulted from the merging of HMG's Ayurveda Vidhyalaya and Chikitsalaya with the Institute of Medicine in 1972. History reveals that Rajakiya
Ayurveda Vidhyalaya was the first to start technical education in the country in 1928.
Ayurveda Campus is solely committed to produce qualified doctors to meet the national need. At present Ayurveda Campus is conducting BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) programme as a branch of Institute of Medicine (IOM) under Tribhuvan University (T.U.). BAMS is a 5.5 years course equivalent to MBBS in the related field. It consists of 3 professionals of 18 months each, basic sciences, pre-clinical and clinical subjects with laboratory and hospital practice respectively. After completion of 4.5 years academic course one has to complete 1 year compulsory rotating internship in different departments of Ayurvedic Hospitals or Ayurveda Teaching Hospital.