Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of AYUSH Institutions.
Homeopathic Institutions in India are requested to utilize this fund effectively
The Scheme of Development of AYUSH Institutions has been under implementation since the 10th Plan. Considering the experience gained from implementation of the Scheme in the past and nputs given by the independent evaluation, it has been decided to modify the scheme of the Development of AYUSH Institutions under the 11 Plan as under:
The financial assistance in the form of Grants-in-aid under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of AYUSH Institutions shall be admissible for the following component:
Infrastructural development of AYUSH Institutions
U.G./P.G. Upto Rs.2.00 crore for UG and upto Rs.3.00 crore for PG institution for the Plan period to be released in two installments.
Assistance for add-on P.G./Pharmacy/Para-Medical courses in existing AYUSH Institutions.
Upto Rs. 3.00 crore for the Plan period to be released in two installments.
Development of Model AYUSH Institutions /Centre of Advanced Studies.
Upto Rs.5.00 crore for the Plan period to be released in two installments.
Opening of new Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homoeopathy Where the states institutions/AYUSH Universities in states not having such Institutions.
Upto Rs.10.00 crore.
Eligibility Criteria for providing funds to Govt./Govt.- aided AYUSH Institutions:
(i) Govt./Govt.-aided institutions duly permitted by the Central Government for last five years under Indian Medicine Central Council (IMCC) Act 1970 and Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973.
(ii) Assistance to be given on a Detailed Project Report for upgradation of the Institutions duly appraised by a Committee comprising of the Principal of the Institution, nominee of the affiliating University and the nominee of the State Directorate of ISM&H.
3. Eligibility Criteria for providing funds to private but not for profit AYUSH Institutions:
(i) The Institution should be duly permitted by the Central Government for at least 8 years under section 13C/13A of IMCC Act.
(ii) The Institute must provide Income Tax deduction in Form – 16 in respect of the teachers for the last three years.
(iii) The Institution must have 60% bed occupancy in the IPD and an OPD average daily attendance of at least 150 patients in the last three years.
(iv) Appraisal of the college specific DPR by the Scheduled Bank to administer the scheme and sanctioning of the loan.
4. Eligibility Criteria for model institutions/center of advanced studies.
(i) Govt./Govt. aided institutions identified by the State Government and or two renowned AYUSH experts on the criteria of good infrastructure for post graduate education and research and significant contribution in the areas of academic and clinical research.
(ii) A Detailed Project Report duly appraised by a Committee comprising of the Institution Principal, a renowned expert nominated by the Department of AYUSH and nominee of the State Directorate of ISM&H.
5.Eligibility Criteria for New institution/university.
(i) One time grant for new institution/university for States not having AYUSH institution/AYUSH University.
(ii) Allotment of minimum 7.5 acres of land by the State Government.
(iii)A Detailed Project Report duly appraised the nominees of Department of AYUSH, State Directorate of AYUSH and two renowned AYUSH experts nominated by the Department of AYUSH.
For more details and application form : www.similima.com/pdf/ayush-scheme.pdf
Source : http://www.indianmedicine.nic.in