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Central registration with CCIM


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Most of the Ayurveda graduates are not aware about the central registration with central council of Indian Medicine and its advantages.
Before central registration provision, graduates were asked to register themselves in each state if the want to practice Ayurveda at more than one state.

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Central registration with CCIM

  1. 1. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Dr. Surendra Chaudhary
  2. 2. Dr. Surendra Chaudhary Formerly,Regional Ayurvedic & Unani Officer –Uttar Pradesh
  3. 3.  It is mandatory for every Ayurveda graduate to be registered with any state board to practice after obtaining B.A.M.S. degree and completing compulsory internship.  Without registration you are not allowed to do practice  Most of the time our graduates opt for the registration from the state which they graduated or their native state mentioning home address as the practicing address. (This is a generalised pattern)  Because of so many reasons, one settled at different address or even at different part of the country.
  4. 4.  Law says- “it is mandatory to be registered with the state board of your practicing place”.  If a person practices in two or more different sates, has to be registered with all the respective states?  But it creates a lot of problem and confusion among the practicing Vaidyas so CCIM amended this law and solution comes in the form of-Central registration
  5. 5. • Central Register of Indian Medicine, Regulations, 1979 • In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (m) to clause (o) of Section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government, hereby makes the required regulations. (
  6. 6.  It gives me right to practice anywhere in India irrespective of my original registration board.
  7. 7.  No it is not mandatory. But it is advisable to obtain this certificate.  Now your name will be reflected in central register by default.
  8. 8. It is mandatory for the state registration boards to send all the details of the registered practitioners to the central council for the central registration after which all the names will be published in central gazettes periodically.
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  10. 10.  It is simple if anyone want direct registration can do so –  Download the form –A and read the instructions -  Deposit the required fee and mention the reason for direct central registration. Send it to the council with all the required documents.
  11. 11.  “All entries have been made on the basis of State Register supplied by State Boards / Councils and entries of Central Register of Indian Medicine are subject to availability / validity of registration granted by State Boards / Councils. No any claim will be accepted in any Court of Law where entry of medical practitioners not existing in State Board/Council.”  With the best of my knowledge it is not possible.
  12. 12. This registration is valid until your state registration exists.
  13. 13. It is mandatory to intimate the registration authority about any change in your address, for central registration one can do by filling a simple form and submit.
  14. 14.  After depositing the required fee and requisition form ( )  one will get a certificate (on next slide)
  15. 15. FORM-B [SEE REGULATION 5(4)] 1. Certificate Number 2. Name 3. Father's Name 4. Recognised Medical qualification 5. Date & Place of Registration 6. Address; Present: Permanent: 7. Remarks : It is hereby certified that this is a true copy of the entry of the above mentioned practitioner in the Central Register of Indian Medicine. NEW DELHI Date : Registrar
  16. 16. 1. The Registered practitioners are requested to send notice of any change in their registered address and also to answer all enquiries that may be sent by the Central Council of Indian Medicine from time to time. 2. No fee is charged for alteration of address. 3. All persons registered with this Council are legally qualified to practice Indian Medicine in any State.
  17. 17. (1) Every application for direct registration, with the Central Council under Section 25 of the Act shall be made in Form 'A' in duplicate, annexed to these regulations. (2) A fee of Rs. 50 shall be charged as registration fee for every such application. (3) The following documents duly attested shall be sent along with the application, namely :- (a) Degree or diploma or certificate from the Head of the Institution in original with one attested copy. (b) Certificate of post examination practical training, if any. (c) Attested copy of matriculation or any other certificate as proof of age. (4) A certificate in Form 'B' annexed to these regulations shall be issued by the Registrar under his seal to all persons who are directly registered with the Central Council.-
  18. 18. It depend upon state to state about eligibility having a clause to make it mandatory to be registered with that state only. May be because of some local laws. In such condition central registration doesn't guarantee for eligibility.
  19. 19.  If the original board require renewal and proof of address is the same- no need of cancelling the registration until unless new board made it mandatory for registering with its body.  Uttrakhand board is forcing its practitioners for surrendering the old certificate and getting new registration.  It is against the CCIM central registration act.
  20. 20. For queries and suggestions mail to-