OMAN License application process for TCAM practitioner(Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy, Chinese Medicine).

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OMAN TCAM practitioner License application process.

TCAM practitioners of Ayurveda, Unani, Chinese medine, Naturopathy, Homeopathy etc. How to get registered in Oman ministry .

  1. Documents Required
  2. Application process
  3. Examination pattern

Documents Required for License process:
1.    Curriculum Vitae
2.    BAMS Certificate Original:
Attested from HRattestation, MEA and Embassy of Oman
3.   Experience certificate for 3 years in Original: No need to attest
The period of internship is considered as experience
Internship certificate of 1 year and experience certificates of 2 years is enough
Certificates given from hospitals in their letter head is more than enough from hr department or medical director.
4.   Better to keep Attested Original Certificates of 10th and +2 (12th)

5. passport copy

6. Visa page

7. Passport size photo

8. Data flow verification report
5.   Application form: Available from the Ministry of Health, Oman website.

Application Process:

  1. Complete PSV -data flow process for your educational degree/diploma, internship, license, experience.
  2. After getting a positive data flow report then you have to send all documents copy to the Ministry of Health Oman, along with the duly filled application form, copy of the passport with Visa page and 3 photographs.
  3. Examination fee of 30 RO has to be paid at this time. The post applied for is MO (Ayurveda).
  4. The application is subjected to verification, and the originals may me asked for the purpose at this time.
  5.  After verification admission slip for the written examination will be given with the exam date and time.
    All BAMS portions–Give special importance to Panchakarma
    The written exam for General practitioners, Specialties, Alternate medicine and Dental are all held together in the same date and place.Usually the number of BAMS doctors attending the exam is less than five only. The written exam consists of one paper of 100 marks in 2 hrs.

It is divided in to two parts.

Part I with10 MCQ for 50 marks and Part II with 5 short notes for 50 marks.

Each MCQ have 5 options against which you have to mark ‘T’ for True or ‘F’ for False.

And each option carries 1 mark.

There are no negative marks.

For Short notes you will be provided for writing pages attached with the question paper itself.

 Each question carries 10 marks.

The question paper will be collected back after the exams.

You have to score 70 marks out of 100 to pass the exam.

Results will be announced one week after the exams in the MOH Head Quarters.

Viva for the succeeded candidates will be held two days after the results.

If you could not pass in the first chance of written exam, you have to apply again for the second chance, which will be held the very next month.

 And if you pass in written exam but failed in the first chance of viva, you can attend the viva second chance after one week.

 But if you fail in the second chance of viva too, then you have to repeat the whole process again.

That means you have to attend the written exam for second time.

Each month one written exam and two viva exams will be held.

There is a rule, which I am not sure about, that if you fail in 2 consecutive written exams; you have to wait for 6 months to appear again.

So be prepared well before attending exams.

I just shared the information, collected from various public sources. The  TCAM professionals , who are already working in Oman, you are welcome to correct any of this information shared are wrong or if you have anything to add.

If you need more clarification or assistance for the process, Please contact Nursingmanthra Whatsapp number displayed on the screen.

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