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Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973

[Act No. 59 of 1973 dated 19th. December, 1973]

Contents
Sections Particulars
Chapter I Preliminary
1 Short title, extent and commencement
2 Definitions
3 Definitions-1
4 Mode of election
5 Restriction on elections and membership
6 Incorporation of Central Council
7 Term of office of President, Vice-President and members of Central Council
8 Meetings of Central Council
9 The Executive Committee and other committees
10 Meetings of committees
11 Officers and other employees of Central Council
12 Vacancies in the Central Council and committees thereof not to invalidate acts, etc
Chapter III Recognition Of Medical Qualifications
13 Recognition of medical qualification granted by certain medical institutions in India
14 Recognition of medical qualifications granted by medical institutions in States or countries outside India
15 Rights of persons possessing qualifications included in Second or the Third Schedule to be enrolled
16 Power to require information as to courses of study and examinations
17 Inspectors at examinations
18 Visitors at examinations
19 Withdrawal of recognition
20 Minimum standards of education in Homoeopathy
Chapter IV The Central Register Of Homoeopathy
21 The Central Register of Homoeopathy
22 Supply of copies of State Register of Homoeopathy
23 Registration in the Central Register of Homoeopathy
24 Professional conduct
25 Removal of names from the Central Register of Homoeopathy
26 Privileges of persons who are enrolled on the Central Register of Homoeopathy
27 Registration of additional qualifications
28 Persons enrolled on Central Register of Homoeopathy to notify change of place of residence or practice
29 Information to be furnished by Central Council and publication thereof
30 Commission of inquiry
31 Protection of action taken in good faith
32 Power to make rules
33 Power to make regulations
  Footnotes

An Act to provide for the constitution of a Central Council of Homoeopathy and the maintenance of a Central Register of Homoeopathy and for matters connected therewith.

BE it enacted by Parliament in the Twenty-fourth Year of the Republic of India as follows:-



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