Homoeopathy is a holistic system of medicine which is based on treating the individual with highly diluted substances given in mainly tablet form, which triggers the body’s natural system of healing. It is practised on the principle, that a drug and a disease which produce similar symptoms cancel each other out in some way thereby restoring the patients to health. The principle of 'Like can cure Like' forms the basis of Homoeopathy. This system was first proposed by German physician Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. Homoeopathy professionals are known as Homoeopaths . They take in consideration, not only the symptoms of the disease, but they also use other aspects of the patient's physical and psychological state in recommending remedies. In Homoeopathy remedy is chosen based on the symptoms as well the character and temperament of the patient. In short two persons with same illness may be offered different remedies based on their individual nature. Scientifically it can not yet be explained precisely how it works, but new research in biochemistry and quantum physics is going some way towards shedding light on the process. Because of the lack of scientific and clinical evidence it is known as a form of alternative medicine.
The basic requirement for the eligibility to get the admission to BHMS programme is qualifying the 10+2 examination with 50% marks. The candidate must have the physics, chemistry and biology in 12th class. The candidate should have to go through the different national and state level entrance examination. The candidate should have minimum 17 years old. Some states conduct the entranceexaminations along with the MBBS and BDS test.
The selection of the candidate is based on the final merit as the sum of the total numbers obtained in the qualifying examination in 12th and the number scored in the entrance examinations followed by the personal interview.
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