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The National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020

[Act No. 15 of 2020]

[20th September, 2020.]

Contents
Title The National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020
Sections ptericulars
Chapter I Preliminary
1. Short title, extent and commencement
2. Definitions
Chapter II Nationalcommission for Homoeopathy
3. Constitution of National Commission for Homoeopathy
4. Composition of Commission
5. Search committee for appointment of Chairperson and Members
6. Term of office and conditions of service of Chairperson and Members
7. Removal of Chairperson and Members of Commission
8. Appointment of secretary experts, professionals officers and employees of Commission
9. Meeting of Commission
10. Power and functions of Commission
Chapter III Advisory Council for Homoeopathy
11. Constitution and composition of Advisory council for Homoeopathy
12. Functions of Advisory Council for Homoeopathy
13. Meetings of Advisory Council for Homoeopathy
Chapter IV National Examination
14. National Eligibility cum-Entrance Test
15. National Exit Test
16. Post-Graduate National Entrance Test
17. National Teachers' Eligibility Test for Homoeopathy
Chapter V Autonomous Boards
18. Constitution of Autonomous Boards
19. Composition of Autonomous Boards
20. Search Committee for appointment of President and Members
21. Term of office and conditions of service of President and Members
22. Advisory committees of experts
23. Staff of Autonomous Boards
24. Meetings of Autonomous Boards
25. Delegation of powers
26. Powers and functions of Homoeopathy Education Board
27. Powers and functions of Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy
28. Powers and functions of Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy
29. Permission for establishment of new medical institution
30. Criteria for approving or disapproving scheme
31. State Medical Councils
32. National Register and State Register of Homoeopathy
33. Rights of persons to be enrolled in National Register and their obligations thereto
34. Rights of persons to practice
Chapter VI Recognition of Qualifications of Homoeopathy
35. Recognition of qualifications granted by Universities or medical institutions in India
36. Recognition of qualifications granted by medical institutions outside India
37. Withdrawal of recognition or de-recognition of qualification
38. Special provision in certain cases for recognition of qualifications
Chapter VII Grants, Audit and Accounts
39. Grants by Central Government
40. National Commission Fund for Homoeopathy
41. Audit and accounts
42. Furnishing of returns and reports to Central Government
Chapter VIII Miscellaneous
43. Power of Central Government to give directions to Commission and Autonomous Boards
44. Power of Central Government to give directions to State Governments
45. Information to be furnished by Commission and publication thereof
46. Obligation of Universities and medical institutions
47. Completion of courses of studies in medical institutions
48. Chairperson, Members, officers of Commission, Autonomous Boards to be public servants
49. Protection of action taken in good faith
50. Cognizance of offences
51. Power of Central Government to supersede Commission
52. Joint sittings of Commission, National Commission for Indian Systems of Medicine and National Medical Commission
53. State Government to promote public health
54. Power to make rules
55. Power to make regulations
56. Rules and regulations to be laid before Parliament
57. Power to remove difficulties
58. Repeal and saving
59. Transitory provisions


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