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Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi, Delhi


Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi, Delhi
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Jawahar Lal Nehru Bhartiya Chikitsa Avam
Homoeopathy Anusandhan Bhawan,
61-65, Institutional Area, Janakpuri
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110058

Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi Delhi is a Central Authority under the control of Government of India.
Central Council of Indian Medicine is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi Delhi is 011-28520878.

Chairman : Vaidya Raghunandan Sharma, 9414042281, Fax : 0141 - 2350169, ccimpresident@gmail.com.

Contact Details of Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi Delhi are : Phone : 91-11-28520878,28525847,28525464

Dr. Jaya Prakash Narayan
Mobile : 9448072206
Office : 080-22872206
Email : drjayaprakashnarayan@gmail.com

Prof. Hakim Syed Khaleefathullah
Mobile : 9840030507
Office : 044 - 28483231
Fax : 044 - 28440763
Email: syed.khaleefatullah@gmail.com, khaleefs@vsnl.com
Registrar Cum Secretary: Prem Raj Sharma
Dr. V Stanley Jones
Mobile : 09846012034
Office : 0471 - 2468010


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PU does not fulfil CCIM norms

CHANDIGARH: The Central Council for Indian Medicine (CCIM) has written a letter to Panjab University stating that the university does not fulfil the CCIM norms. The university has been asked by the CCIM to confirm whether a faculty of Indian Medicine exists on campus, and if so, the authorities are supposed to furnish full details of the faculty members.

In case no faculty of Indian medicine has ever been employed by the university, the varsity has to constitute a faculty or department of Indian medicine in a time bound manner, the document sent by the CCIM stated.

Significantly, the Council has stated that if the state of affairs continue to remain the same, the CCIM accreditation for PU as a recognized university for Indian medicine would be legally untenable.

'It has recently come to the notice of CCIM that PU does not have a separate department or faculty of Indian medicine and Ayurveda. The university website does not mention anything about the course. It seems to have only two faculties connected with medical science, one of which is the University Institute of Pharmaceutical Studies,' the letter stated.

The document also stated that the Council has information that PU constituted a Board of Studies in Ayurveda for the period between April 2009 and March 2011. 'However, this system is flawed. This is because most of the members, including the convener, are apparently practitioners of modern medicine, or pharmaceuticals, having no knowledge or experience in Indian medicine,' the letter stated.

The letter, signed by PR Sharma, secretary, CCIM, has also advised PU to immediately annul the existing Board of Studies in Ayurveda and reconstitute it by inducting only qualified professors and readers in Indian medicine, as per the criteria prescribed by the CCIM.

The council maintains that the failure of the university to comply with the advisory could constrain the council to initiate appropriate measures for de-affiliation of colleges coming under the Panjab University and de-recognition of degrees in Indian medicine being granted by the varsity.



DATE OF DECISION: SEPTEMBER 24 , 2010 Ravinder Singh
State of Haryana and others ....Respondents

PRESENT: Mr. Gaurav Mohunta, Advocate, for the petitioner.
Mr. Sunil Nehra, Sr. DAG, Haryana, for respondent Nos.1, 5 and 6.
Mr. H.N. Mehtani, Advocate, for respondent No. 3.
Mr. Amar Vivek, Advocate, for respondent No.4.

The petitioner is aggrieved against the notification issued by the Haryana Government dated 15.12.2008 for recruitment to the post of Professor in the subject of Shalya Tantra in respondent No.6/ College. As per the Rules, the candidate is required to possess 10 years teaching experience, 5 years out of which should be the experience as a Reader. The said condition was incorporated in the advertisement dated 17.3.2010. As per the petitioner, this was contrary to and in contravention of the norms/instructions issued by the Central Council of Indian Medicines, controlled by the provisions of Indian Medicines Central Council Act, 1970. As per the norms laid down by the Central Council of Indian Medicines, 10 years experience as Lecturer in the concerned subject is required for the recruitment to the post of Professor. There is no requirement of having the experience as Reader. Pursuant to the direction issued by this Court, the petitioner was interviewed.

In the reply filed, it is stated that the petitioner has been considered, but not found suitable as he could not be able to score 40% marks in the Viva-voce, which was the minimum requirement. Reference is also made to his qualification to show that he does not fulfill the essential qualification, but primarily he has not made the grade on the basis of merit after due consideration. Faced with the situation, the counsel for the petitioner pleads that he has come forward to challenge the Rule and would require adjudication thereof so that his right for future selection is not put to prejudice. Since the petitioner in this case has not been able to make the grade on merit, there would not be any need to go into the challenge about the the validity of the Rules or power of the Haryana Government to frame rules contrary to the norms laid down by respondent No.4. This plea of the petitioner is left open for him to agitate if need so arises in future. The present writ petition is, however, dismissed.


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