Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery ( . ) is graduate degree awarded after the study of five and a half years duration, including 1-year internship. The curriculum includes studying and teaching of modern anatomy , physiology , pathology & diagnostic procedures, principles of medicine, preventive and social medicine , pharmacology , toxicology , forensic medicine , ENT , gynecology & obstetrics, Ophthalmology, principles of surgery, etc. along with corresponding Ayurvedic subjects such as Rachana Sharira, Kriya Sharira, Dravyuaguna, Svasthavritta and Yoga, Roga Nidana and Vikriti Vijnana, Kaya Chikitsa, Kaumara Bhritya, Prasuti Tantra, Shalya Tantra, Shalakya Tantra etc.
Based on the World Health Assembly resolution on traditional medicine (, compare as well the 2008 Beijing declaration on traditional medicine  ), the WHO has established a traditional medicine strategy, which involves, among other complementary health systems, Ayurveda.  [ page needed ] The first previous global strategy was published in 2002 and dealt especially with herbal medicines. The current version (2014-2023) is beginning to consider aspects of T&CM practices and practitioners and whether and how they should be integrated into overall health service delivery.  It is as well part of the 2013 WHO, WIPO , WTO TRIPS study on health innovation and access to medicines.