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Citizen Charter

Citizen CharterIndex

 

 

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF HOMOEOPATHY
Jawahar Lal Nehru Bhartiya Chikitsa Evam
Homoeopathy Anusandhan Bhavan,
No. 61-65, Institutional Area, Janakpuri,
New Delhi-110058
An ISO 9001-2008 Certified Organisation

 

CITIZEN’S CHARTER
This Charter seeks to provide a framework which enables our users to know about the activities of the Council and related links and a platform to redress their grievances:-


About the Council:-
Central Council of Homoeopathy has been constituted as a statutory body by Govt. of India, Ministry of AYUSH, under the provisions of an Act of Parliament namely, Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973(59th of 1973).


Objective of Central Council of Homoeopathy:-

  • To prescribe minimum standards of education in Homoeopathy.
  • To recommend to Central Govt. for permission of opening of new colleges, increase of seats and starting of new or higher courses.
  • To advise/recommend to Central Govt. regarding recognition or withdrawal of recognition of medical qualifications in Homoeopathy awarded in India.
  • To negotiate with the authorities in any State or Country entrusted with maintenance of a Register of Homoeopathic Practitioners for settling a scheme of reciprocity for recognition of medical qualifications in Homoeopathy.
  • To maintain the Central Register of Homoeopathy.
  • To prescribe the standards of professional conduct, etiquette and code of ethics to be observed by the Homoeopathic practitioners.

Educational Regulations prescribed by CCH:-
Central Council has prescribed various educational regulations for U.G. and P.G. level education in Homoeopathy and same can be seen/download from its website. There is no Diploma or Certificate course in Homoeopathy now.

Minimum course is Degree Course namely, BHMS of 5 ½ years duration including one year compulsory internship training. BHMS course is regulated by Homoeopathy (Degree Course) Regulations, 1983 (as amended from time to time). There is a BHMS Graded Degree course of two years duration which is prescribed in Homoeopathy (Graded Degree Course) Regulations, 1983 (as amended in 2001). Post Graduate Degree Courses are available too in seven speciality subjects. There is no recognised correspondence/distance learning course in Homoeopathy.

 

Homoeopathic Medical Colleges:-
Presently the authority to approve a Homoeopathic Medical College is vested with Central Govt. Status of approval to a Homoeopathic Medical College can be checked with Central Council.


Inspection of Colleges/Examinations:-
Central Council carryout inspection of colleges as well as of examinations in order to assess the standards of various institutions & universities imparting training for Under-graduate and/ or Post-graduate degree courses.


Recognised medical qualifications :-
Medical qualifications in Homoeopathy awarded in India and abroad, if included in the Second or the Third Schedule to HCC Act,1973 are the recognized qualifications which can be seen at the CCH website.


Central Register of Homoeopathy:-
Central Council maintains a register known as Central Register of Homoeopathy (CRH) in Part-1 for qualified practitioners and in Part-II for practitioners registered on experience basis in the State Boards/Councils. A person whose name is enrolled in the CRH is eligible to practice in any part of the Country subject to the provisions of sections 15 & 26 of HCC Act,1973 but in case of change of address, one has to inform the change in address within 03 months to the respective State Board/Council where she/he is registered as well as to CCH.


Preparation and maintenance of the Central Register is a continuous exercise based upon the data provided by the State Boards/Councils. A list of such State Boards/Councils is available at the CCH website.


Direct Registration with CCH:-
Although direct registration with CCH is optional but if any qualified registered practitioner desires to obtain registration certificate from CCH, he can apply in Form 'A' or in Form 'AA" as the case may be, with all relevant documents and fees as indicated on CCH website. Forms 'A' and 'AA' can be downloaded from CCH website.


Addition of higher qualification:-
A qualified practitioner of homoeopathy who is directly registered with CCH, can apply in Form 'B' which is available on CCH website for additional qualification with prescribed fees alongwith relevant documents as reflected in Registration Regulations.

 

Tentative time for disposal of applications:-


SI.
No.

Description

Tentative time in days

1.

 

  • Processing of application form and conveying the deficiencies to applicant, if any.
  • Processing of application form and issue of letter of verification to State Board/Council if application is in order.
  • To convey the deficiencies, if found after verification.
  • Issue of Registration Certificate after receipt of proper verification from State Board/Council and on receipt of clarification from applicant if need be.

 

30



15

 

30

 

2.

  • Processing of applications for registering additional qualification and issue of letter to University.
  • To convey to candidate the addition after receipt of verification from the University

20

 

20

 

Details of employees and assigned duties and responsibilities:-
Names, designations and assigned duties and responsibilities of all the officers and staff has been displayed on the website of the Council.


Complaints, Grievances & Feedback:-
Any person not satisfied with the services/work, can lodge complaint/ grievance with the authorities of the CCH in writing as well as online. Feedback Form is available on Council's website which can be filled up & sent to the Council online/ by post. The designated authorities are:-


President :                                                                                                                Dr. Ramjee Singh
Registrar-cum-Secretary & Chief Vigilance Officer:                                     Dr. Lalit Verma
Asstt. Secretary(Tech.) & Public Grievance Officer:                                    Dr. Ashis Datta
Asstt. Secretary(Admn.& Reg.) & Vigilance Officer:                                      Sh. Y.D. Vats

 

Authorities under Right to Information Act, 2005 :-
First Appellate Authority:                                                                    Dr. Lalit Verma
Transparency Officer:                                                                         Dr. Shoukath Ali P.K.
Public Information Officer(Tech):                                                    Dr. Ashis Datta
Public Information Officer (Admn. & Regn.):                                Sh. Y.D. Vats

 

Contact Address
CENTRAL COUNCIL OF HOMOEOPATHY
Jawahar Lal Nehru Bhartiya Chikitsa Evam
Homoeopathy Anusandhan Bhavan, 5th & 6th Floors,
No. 61-65, Institutional Area, Opp. ‘D’ Block,
Janakpuri, New Delhi-110058

E-mail: centralcouncilnic.in@bol.net.in
Website: www.cchindia.com
Phone: 011-28525582, 28520607, 28526877
Fax: 011-28520691, 28521542, 28526873