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13. Effect of recognition.-

Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law, but subject to the provisions of this Act,-

(a) any recognised dental or dental hygiene qualification shall be a sufficient qualification for enrolment in the appropriate register of any 1[State];

(b) no person shall, after the first registers are compiled under this Act, be entitled to be enrolled in any register as a dentist or dental hygienist unless he holds a recognised dental or dental hygiene qualification or as a dental mechanic unless he has undergone training which satisfies the prescribed requirements referred to in section 12.

Dentists Act, 1948 Back

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