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Central Council of Homoeopathy Act, 1973

The Central Council of Homoeopathy Act 1973, also called the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973, is an Act of the Parliament of India to primarily structure the role of the Central Council of Homoeopathy and to enable the regularization of the maintenance of a central register of issues and entities related to the field of homoeopathy. It included five chapters when it was initially passed. The Act was amended in 2002, and the amendment - Homoeopathy Central Council Amendment Act, 2002 - was passed in December 2002.

Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010

The Clinical Establishments Act, 2010 is an Act of the Parliament of India. It seeks to regulate all clinical establishments in India. The Act requires all clinical establishments to register themselves and provides a set of standard treatment guidelines for common diseases and conditions. The state governments must adopt the law by passing a resolution in the legislative assemblies. As of March 2018, the following states have adopted it: Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Sikkim, Bihar, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Assam, Haryana. However, not all of these ...

Delhi Medical Council

The Delhi Medical Council is a State Medical Council and statutory body enacted under the Delhi Medical Council Act 1997 for regulating the practice of the modern system of medicine in Delhi.

Medical Council of India

The Medical Council of India is a statutory body for establishing uniform and high standards of medical education in India till formation of National Medical Commission From 14 October 2019. The Council grants recognition of medical qualifications, gives accreditation to medical schools, grants registration to medical practitioners, and monitors medical practice in India. The current President of MCI is Dr. Jayshreeben Mehta. Now the Supreme Court has allowed the Central Government to replace the medical council and with the help of five specialized doctors monitor the medical education sy ...

National Medical Commission

National Medical Commission is an Indian regularity body of 33 members who overtake medical education regulations from Medical Council of India within 6 months from 8 August 2019. It was earlier established for 6 months by an ordinance in January 2019 and later became a permanent law passed by Parliament of India and later approved by President of India on 8 August 2019. It is said to be in the final stages of completion, and expected to take hold in the next few weeks.

Aruna Shanbaug case

Aruna Ramchandra Shanbaug, was an Indian nurse who was at the centre of attention in a court case on euthanasia after spending 42 years in a vegetative state as a result of sexual assault. In 1973, while working as a junior nurse at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, Shanbaug was sexually assaulted by a ward boy, Sohanlal Bhartha Walmiki, and remained in a vegetative state following the assault. On 24 January 2011, after she had been in this state for 37 years, the Supreme Court of India responded to the plea for euthanasia filed by journalist Pinki Virani, by setting up a medic ...

The Travancore-Cochin Medical Practitioners' Act, 1953

The Travancore Cochin Medical Practitioners Act regulates the qualifications and provides registration for medical doctors qualified in modern medicine, homeopathic medicine and indigenous medicine. At the time of enactment, it extended to the state of Travancore-Cochin, which later became Kerala state. The Act directs the establishment of the Council of Modern Medicine, Council of Homeopathic medicine and the council of indigenous medicine. This Act allows giving registration for practicing medicine to those registered under this Act. The practitioners registered under this Act will be li ...

                                     

ⓘ Health law in India

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