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A candidate who has 10+2 science with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English can pursue the bachelor course i.e. BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery), which is five and half years long. Admission is made on the basis of entrance tests conducted both at state and national levels. Some private medical colleges conduct their own entrance examinations and also admit students according to merit.
BVSc course is divided into 10 semesters equally excluding the compulsory internship time. BVSc and AH course graduates have a high probability of getting government jobs. They can also start their own veterinary clinics or work in research centres to develop new medicines.
Bachelor of Veterinary Science or BVSc course deals with the health and well-being of animals. Veterinary doctors or veterinarians is what the BVSc graduates are called. These veterinary doctors medicate diseased animals and help them recover. They also perform operations if the animal is injured or hurt. Bachelor of veterinary science subjects deals with the treatment of a range of different animals from domestic pets to farmyard animals and forest animals and combines an array of subjects like anatomy and animal behaviour.
Eligibility for Homeopathy Courses

Like any other branch of medicine Homeopathy too requires rigorous study and training for many years. There are undergraduate and postgraduate courses for homeopathy. Those who want to pursue homeopathyat the undergraduate level must pass class 12 board examinations with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. They must secure 50% marks in aggregate and the candidates belong to the reserved categories must secure 45% marks in aggregate. They further would have to sit for NEET BHMS, an all India Entrance Examination, for securing a berth in Homeopathic medical colleges in India. The duration of undergraduate homeopathy course or BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery) is of 5and ½ years.