The committee has inter alia decided to be benefited by the views/comments of the stake holders/experts on the provisions of the Bill.
You are requested to send your written views/comments latest by 12th June 2015 for consideration of the committee.
Rajya Sabha Secratariate
The Cabinet had given its nod to the amendment to Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973 in a meeting on March 31 this year.
The amendment seeks to make a provision for obtaining prior permission of the central government by all Homeopathy Medical Colleges for admission of new batches of students in any course or study or training including post graduate ones.
It seeks to provide the permission for a period of five years.
he existing provisions in the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973 are not enabling the Central Government to stop admissions in existing colleges, which are not conforming to standards specified in the regulations made under the Act.
Government felt that due to this, the quality of homoeopathy education was being compromised.
The amendment shall therefore, improve standards of existing colleges to the prescribed levels and ensure similar standards of infrastructure, facilities and manpower in existing homoeopathic colleges as would be required for new colleges.