Tuesday, 19 January 2021

SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS

 



Supreme Court judgment

No Harassment to Alternative Medical Practitioners, Hon'ble Supreme Court Of India

Latest contents of judgment of Hon'be Supreme court of India SLP (Civil) No. 11262/ 24/11/2000 (In the judgment and order date 18/11/1998 in F.A.Q. No.205/92)
For want of certain clarification etc. Delhi govt. & union of India (ministry of health & family welfare) has filled an appeal (SLP) in the Hon'ble supreme court of india challenging the order of Hon'ble Delhi high court dated 18/11/1998upon hearing on 12/11/2000. The division bench of Hon'ble justice R.C. Lahoti & Hon'ble justice Shivraj V. Patil has rejected the plea of Delhi govt. & union of India and finally on 24/11/2000 the bench of the Hon'ble court comprising justice Rajendra Babu and B.N. Agarwal has directed to entertain the matter and SLP Filled by petitioner (Delhi govt. & union of India ) has been dismissed. The Hon'ble supreme court of India also maintained that status quo of Hon'ble Delhi high court (FAO205/92) dated 18/11/1998 by which it has been ordered that any legally constituted institution imparting education facilities in the field of Alternative medicines may issue diploma / certificate and holder of such diploma / certificate are entitled to practice the particular faculties covered by the said diploma / certificate.
1. According to the judgment of high court Chennai, planning commission report & the latter of govt. (No.110/8/4/77MPT/ME(P)1979&No.4-6/70 MPT of govt. of India) The RMP certificate holder can practice in alternative medicine only he can't practice in surgery , obstetrics & radiation therapy in any form. He can not prescribed any medicine includes G,H&L of drugs & cosmetics rules 1945 and other dangers drug at any cost.
2. Council of Alternative System of Medicines run by Iatros medical society has conferred with the Establish & run alternative medicine & paramedical college's, science and technological institutions , hospital, research center in all over India.
3. To promoting research & development of alternative medicine and paramedical science for diffusal of literary and scientific knowledge.

Legal Grounds

SOME LEGAL DECLARATION AND VARIOUS COURT'S ORDERS IN FAVOR OF ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

1. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA :
In its final judgment write petitions no.17534-96/94 and no 36960 /94 noted the constitutional validity of section 16(2) 16(2A) etc in order to develop propagate and promote any alternative system of medicines no permission is required under any statute
2. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF DELHI :
Stated in its Judgment dt. 18/11/1998 of CWP No. 4015/1996 & OM No.8468/ 1997 in which the Government has to take proper action to regularize and recognize the alternative medicine in India.
3. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA :
In its final judgment constitution writ jurisdiction matter no 546 of 1988 dt. 07/05/1990 which has been reported in Calcutta Law Journal 1991 (2) CLJ page No. 173 to 187 held the following important points regarding the constitutional rights and legal validity of Alternative system of Medicines in India.
4. THE HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA :
Stated in its final judgment of a case on alternative system of Medicine that “the judgment of Hon' ble High court of Delhi must be strictly followed by the Govt. of India within Eight weeks” to regularise the alternative system of Medicines .
Union of india and Delhi Govt. fild by a SLP(civil) No. 11262/2000 against the judgement and order by Delhi high court CWP No. 4015/1996 dated 18/11/1998 in FAQ 205/92. The supreme court has dismissed the SLP Of Union of India and delhi Govt. Dated 24/11/2000.
5. 05-05-2010 Electro Homoeopathy is governed vide no.25011/276/2009-HR dated 5th
6. 02-05-2008 Supreme Court recognized the practice. Maharashtra directorate Health. may 2010
7. 23-04-2008 Vijyanagaram Addi Judi Court Magistrate Recognized the BEMS Practice and kept it with in settled law.
8. 22-12-2006 Hon'ble Bombay High court recognized the Electro Homoeopathy Practice.
9. 10-01-2005 Metropolitan session court, Sec-bad Recognized MD (EH) Practice and Electro Homoeopathy Board also.
10. 25-11-2003 Central Govt. of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, and Department of Health Research recognized Electro homoeopathy.
11. 14-02-2003 Hon'ble Supreme court of India and Medical Council of India have declared that, those who are having community Medical Service & ED Certificate (CMS) of Rural medical practitioner (RMP) can do Practice on 42 drug groups of life saving drugs in Allopathy.
12. 16-05-2001 Hon'ble Metropolitan session court Sec-bad Recognized the Electro homoeopathy Practice. The court also ordered that “Any Medical council, centre in India has no right to interfere in the Practice.
13. 23-10-2000 XI Metropolitan court, Sec-bad recognized the Practice of Electro Homoeopathy & relevant medical college also.
14. THE ORDER ISSUED BY GOVT. OF INDIA (MINISTRY OF H&FW) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RESEARCH NO. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated.05.05.2010&C.30011/22/2010-HR Dated 21.06.2011.
15. To give the rights of practicing to registered Medical Practitioners enrolled by the council as qualified physicians, without any restriction, and entitling them to issue medical certificates such as sickness, fitness etc of any other certificate required by any law. To establish the faculty to control the examinations of teaching and educational institutions or colleges etc; and to award degrees, diplomas, Certificates etc., thereof.
It is fact that many states including Tamilnadu have implemented clinical establishment Act. 2010. All states are giving honour and weight age to the order of Central Govt. dated 14/02/2011 with regard to education and practice of Electro Homoeopathy. On the suggestion and mutual consultation of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India. Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has also passed order on 22/01/2015 that there is no ban on medical practice of Electro Homoeopathy.
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India has already clarified on 14/02/2011 that Electro Homoeopathy is not applicable under clinical establishment (Registration & Regulation) Act. 2010 for registration to the clinics of the practitioners of it but there is no practicing electro homoeopathy or imparting education as per central Govt. order V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010.
Madras High Court has also passed an order on 28/11/2016 that as per Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India order No. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010. The petitioner can rightfully practice Electro Homoeopathy Medicine in every state in India without hindrance. Hence, there is no need to take permission from local health authorities or joint director of health of the district of Tamilnadu. Government has already accepted this order as this order remains unchallenged by the state Govt. in Hon'ble Supreme court of India. Therefore, the state Govt. should also give honour of it.
Electro Homoeopathy legal and scientific analysis committee setup by Rajasthan Govt. consist of the experts of botanists, pharmacologists, clinical research, electro homoeopathy expert, of other medical system viz. senior scientist-17, CMO-40, legal expert-5 and other expert including vice chancellors of the universities of Rajasthan Govt.-16. On the basis of the evidences and documents received and examined, the committee has a clear judgment that electro homoeopathy is a simple, economical, accessible and secure therapeutic approach, it must be recognized in the state. Taking into consideration the utility and merits of electro homoeopathy, the committee expresses its though conviction and strongly recommends the state Government to draft essential law and initiate the statutory administrative process to grant due recognition to electro homoeopathy in the state. Ultimately on 09/03/2018 the Assembly of Rajasthan Govt. has passed Electro Homoeopathy System of Medicine Bill No. 13 of 2018 recognizing the system in Rajasthan State. Hon'ble Govt. of Rajasthan state has already signed on the Bill on 10th October, 2018. Therefore, Electro Homoeopathy system of medicine is a recognized system in a state like Rajasthan.

Education & practice of electrohomeopathy continue in the country without govt. recognition

Even though the Union health ministry has clarified time and again that electropathy is not recognised as a system of medicine, over 2 lakh electropathy practitioners are a part of this system in the country and over 150 colleges across the country are offering courses in electropathy, it is learnt. Electropathy is a derivative of homoeopathy that relies on remedies from non-poisonous plants. Over 150 colleges across the country are offering courses in electropathy, with the most widely pursued one being Bachelor of Electropathy Medicine and Surgery (BEMS), which has course duration of four and a half years.
The Union health ministry has recently clarified in response to an RTI application filed by health advocacy group Chikitsasansar Trust that electropathy is not recognised as a system of medicine because the ministry does not support its clinical practice by any person as the concerned Bill is still under consideration of Indian Parliament.
In its RTI application, filed on April 7/2014, the Chikitsasansar Trust has contested that absence of any government regulation has led to widespread quackery across the country.
While contesting the issue of recognition of electro homoeopathy which has come up before various high courts, its practitioners say that no law has banned its practice and they are entitled to engage in a profession as guaranteed by the Constitution. The right of Electro Homoeopathic Practitioners are well protected under article 19(1)(g) of Constitution of India.
There are over 2 lakh electropaths working in an unregulated manner because there is no Act in lace. As such it does not come under the purview of either of the central or state government's medical Act. This can have a bearing on the patient safety as quacks are practicing it in several villages of the country. The recognition of this system is under consideration in Parliament in the form of a bill since 2005.” According to a notification 14015/25/96-U&H (R) (pt), electro homoeopathic practitioner is not permitted to practice but the notification was challenged through a writ petition filed in 2008 in the Punjab and Haryana High court and the verdict was that practice of Electropathy/Electro homoeopathy is not prohibited in any state of India.
For practicing modern medicine or any other Indian system of medicine like Ayurveda/Unani systems of medicine, registration is required under Medical Council Act. For getting these registrations, the applicants should also possess the prescribed qualifications also. But electro homoeopathy is an entirely different system of medicine. Its practice is not controlled by any state in India. It is not prohibited by any law also. Therefore, the petitioners have a fundamental right under article (19) (1) (g) of the constitution of India to proceed with the practice of the electro homoeopathy. Doctors can practice electro homoeopathy by settled law of the Government of India which means law allowed Supreme Court of India and Medical Council of India have declared on February 14, 2003 that those who are having Community Medical Service Certificate (CMS) or Rural medical practitioner (RMP) can do Practice on 42 drug groups of life saving drugs in Allopath. Metropolitan Session Court Secunderabad recognised the Electro Homoeopathy Practice on 16 May 2001.The court also ordered that “Any council in India has no right to interfere in the Practice." Metropolitan Court, Secunderabad recognised the practice of electro homoeopathy on October 23, 2000.
Calcutta High Court recognised the electro homoeopathy on May 7, 1999. High Court of Jabalpur recognised the electro homoeopathy practice on March 19, 1999. Madras High Court on June 9/1998 had given the Judgment regarding using the word Doctor before the name that, “Those who are practicing electro homoeopathy system of medicine has right to 'USE' the word “DOCTOR” before the name, by representing the symbol of “EH” (electro homoeopathic)

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SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS ON ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE SYSTEMS

 



Supreme Court judgment

No Harassment to Alternative Medical Practitioners, Hon'ble Supreme Court Of India

Latest contents of judgment of Hon'be Supreme court of India SLP (Civil) No. 11262/ 24/11/2000 (In the judgment and order date 18/11/1998 in F.A.Q. No.205/92)
For want of certain clarification etc. Delhi govt. & union of India (ministry of health & family welfare) has filled an appeal (SLP) in the Hon'ble supreme court of india challenging the order of Hon'ble Delhi high court dated 18/11/1998upon hearing on 12/11/2000. The division bench of Hon'ble justice R.C. Lahoti & Hon'ble justice Shivraj V. Patil has rejected the plea of Delhi govt. & union of India and finally on 24/11/2000 the bench of the Hon'ble court comprising justice Rajendra Babu and B.N. Agarwal has directed to entertain the matter and SLP Filled by petitioner (Delhi govt. & union of India ) has been dismissed. The Hon'ble supreme court of India also maintained that status quo of Hon'ble Delhi high court (FAO205/92) dated 18/11/1998 by which it has been ordered that any legally constituted institution imparting education facilities in the field of Alternative medicines may issue diploma / certificate and holder of such diploma / certificate are entitled to practice the particular faculties covered by the said diploma / certificate.
1. According to the judgment of high court Chennai, planning commission report & the latter of govt. (No.110/8/4/77MPT/ME(P)1979&No.4-6/70 MPT of govt. of India) The RMP certificate holder can practice in alternative medicine only he can't practice in surgery , obstetrics & radiation therapy in any form. He can not prescribed any medicine includes G,H&L of drugs & cosmetics rules 1945 and other dangers drug at any cost.
2. Council of Alternative System of Medicines run by Iatros medical society has conferred with the Establish & run alternative medicine & paramedical college's, science and technological institutions , hospital, research center in all over India.
3. To promoting research & development of alternative medicine and paramedical science for diffusal of literary and scientific knowledge.

Legal Grounds

SOME LEGAL DECLARATION AND VARIOUS COURT'S ORDERS IN FAVOR OF ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

1. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA :
In its final judgment write petitions no.17534-96/94 and no 36960 /94 noted the constitutional validity of section 16(2) 16(2A) etc in order to develop propagate and promote any alternative system of medicines no permission is required under any statute
2. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF DELHI :
Stated in its Judgment dt. 18/11/1998 of CWP No. 4015/1996 & OM No.8468/ 1997 in which the Government has to take proper action to regularize and recognize the alternative medicine in India.
3. THE HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA :
In its final judgment constitution writ jurisdiction matter no 546 of 1988 dt. 07/05/1990 which has been reported in Calcutta Law Journal 1991 (2) CLJ page No. 173 to 187 held the following important points regarding the constitutional rights and legal validity of Alternative system of Medicines in India.
4. THE HON'BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA :
Stated in its final judgment of a case on alternative system of Medicine that “the judgment of Hon' ble High court of Delhi must be strictly followed by the Govt. of India within Eight weeks” to regularise the alternative system of Medicines .
Union of india and Delhi Govt. fild by a SLP(civil) No. 11262/2000 against the judgement and order by Delhi high court CWP No. 4015/1996 dated 18/11/1998 in FAQ 205/92. The supreme court has dismissed the SLP Of Union of India and delhi Govt. Dated 24/11/2000.
5. 05-05-2010 Electro Homoeopathy is governed vide no.25011/276/2009-HR dated 5th
6. 02-05-2008 Supreme Court recognized the practice. Maharashtra directorate Health. may 2010
7. 23-04-2008 Vijyanagaram Addi Judi Court Magistrate Recognized the BEMS Practice and kept it with in settled law.
8. 22-12-2006 Hon'ble Bombay High court recognized the Electro Homoeopathy Practice.
9. 10-01-2005 Metropolitan session court, Sec-bad Recognized MD (EH) Practice and Electro Homoeopathy Board also.
10. 25-11-2003 Central Govt. of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, and Department of Health Research recognized Electro homoeopathy.
11. 14-02-2003 Hon'ble Supreme court of India and Medical Council of India have declared that, those who are having community Medical Service & ED Certificate (CMS) of Rural medical practitioner (RMP) can do Practice on 42 drug groups of life saving drugs in Allopathy.
12. 16-05-2001 Hon'ble Metropolitan session court Sec-bad Recognized the Electro homoeopathy Practice. The court also ordered that “Any Medical council, centre in India has no right to interfere in the Practice.
13. 23-10-2000 XI Metropolitan court, Sec-bad recognized the Practice of Electro Homoeopathy & relevant medical college also.
14. THE ORDER ISSUED BY GOVT. OF INDIA (MINISTRY OF H&FW) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RESEARCH NO. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated.05.05.2010&C.30011/22/2010-HR Dated 21.06.2011.
15. To give the rights of practicing to registered Medical Practitioners enrolled by the council as qualified physicians, without any restriction, and entitling them to issue medical certificates such as sickness, fitness etc of any other certificate required by any law. To establish the faculty to control the examinations of teaching and educational institutions or colleges etc; and to award degrees, diplomas, Certificates etc., thereof.
It is fact that many states including Tamilnadu have implemented clinical establishment Act. 2010. All states are giving honour and weight age to the order of Central Govt. dated 14/02/2011 with regard to education and practice of Electro Homoeopathy. On the suggestion and mutual consultation of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India. Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has also passed order on 22/01/2015 that there is no ban on medical practice of Electro Homoeopathy.
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India has already clarified on 14/02/2011 that Electro Homoeopathy is not applicable under clinical establishment (Registration & Regulation) Act. 2010 for registration to the clinics of the practitioners of it but there is no practicing electro homoeopathy or imparting education as per central Govt. order V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010.
Madras High Court has also passed an order on 28/11/2016 that as per Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. of India order No. V.25011/276/2009-HR Dated 05/05/2010. The petitioner can rightfully practice Electro Homoeopathy Medicine in every state in India without hindrance. Hence, there is no need to take permission from local health authorities or joint director of health of the district of Tamilnadu. Government has already accepted this order as this order remains unchallenged by the state Govt. in Hon'ble Supreme court of India. Therefore, the state Govt. should also give honour of it.
Electro Homoeopathy legal and scientific analysis committee setup by Rajasthan Govt. consist of the experts of botanists, pharmacologists, clinical research, electro homoeopathy expert, of other medical system viz. senior scientist-17, CMO-40, legal expert-5 and other expert including vice chancellors of the universities of Rajasthan Govt.-16. On the basis of the evidences and documents received and examined, the committee has a clear judgment that electro homoeopathy is a simple, economical, accessible and secure therapeutic approach, it must be recognized in the state. Taking into consideration the utility and merits of electro homoeopathy, the committee expresses its though conviction and strongly recommends the state Government to draft essential law and initiate the statutory administrative process to grant due recognition to electro homoeopathy in the state. Ultimately on 09/03/2018 the Assembly of Rajasthan Govt. has passed Electro Homoeopathy System of Medicine Bill No. 13 of 2018 recognizing the system in Rajasthan State. Hon'ble Govt. of Rajasthan state has already signed on the Bill on 10th October, 2018. Therefore, Electro Homoeopathy system of medicine is a recognized system in a state like Rajasthan.

Education & practice of electrohomeopathy continue in the country without govt. recognition

Even though the Union health ministry has clarified time and again that electropathy is not recognised as a system of medicine, over 2 lakh electropathy practitioners are a part of this system in the country and over 150 colleges across the country are offering courses in electropathy, it is learnt. Electropathy is a derivative of homoeopathy that relies on remedies from non-poisonous plants. Over 150 colleges across the country are offering courses in electropathy, with the most widely pursued one being Bachelor of Electropathy Medicine and Surgery (BEMS), which has course duration of four and a half years.
The Union health ministry has recently clarified in response to an RTI application filed by health advocacy group Chikitsasansar Trust that electropathy is not recognised as a system of medicine because the ministry does not support its clinical practice by any person as the concerned Bill is still under consideration of Indian Parliament.
In its RTI application, filed on April 7/2014, the Chikitsasansar Trust has contested that absence of any government regulation has led to widespread quackery across the country.
While contesting the issue of recognition of electro homoeopathy which has come up before various high courts, its practitioners say that no law has banned its practice and they are entitled to engage in a profession as guaranteed by the Constitution. The right of Electro Homoeopathic Practitioners are well protected under article 19(1)(g) of Constitution of India.
There are over 2 lakh electropaths working in an unregulated manner because there is no Act in lace. As such it does not come under the purview of either of the central or state government's medical Act. This can have a bearing on the patient safety as quacks are practicing it in several villages of the country. The recognition of this system is under consideration in Parliament in the form of a bill since 2005.” According to a notification 14015/25/96-U&H (R) (pt), electro homoeopathic practitioner is not permitted to practice but the notification was challenged through a writ petition filed in 2008 in the Punjab and Haryana High court and the verdict was that practice of Electropathy/Electro homoeopathy is not prohibited in any state of India.
For practicing modern medicine or any other Indian system of medicine like Ayurveda/Unani systems of medicine, registration is required under Medical Council Act. For getting these registrations, the applicants should also possess the prescribed qualifications also. But electro homoeopathy is an entirely different system of medicine. Its practice is not controlled by any state in India. It is not prohibited by any law also. Therefore, the petitioners have a fundamental right under article (19) (1) (g) of the constitution of India to proceed with the practice of the electro homoeopathy. Doctors can practice electro homoeopathy by settled law of the Government of India which means law allowed Supreme Court of India and Medical Council of India have declared on February 14, 2003 that those who are having Community Medical Service Certificate (CMS) or Rural medical practitioner (RMP) can do Practice on 42 drug groups of life saving drugs in Allopath. Metropolitan Session Court Secunderabad recognised the Electro Homoeopathy Practice on 16 May 2001.The court also ordered that “Any council in India has no right to interfere in the Practice." Metropolitan Court, Secunderabad recognised the practice of electro homoeopathy on October 23, 2000.
Calcutta High Court recognised the electro homoeopathy on May 7, 1999. High Court of Jabalpur recognised the electro homoeopathy practice on March 19, 1999. Madras High Court on June 9/1998 had given the Judgment regarding using the word Doctor before the name that, “Those who are practicing electro homoeopathy system of medicine has right to 'USE' the word “DOCTOR” before the name, by representing the symbol of “EH” (electro homeopathy)


 


Sunday, 17 January 2021

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE ADMISSION OPEN FOR 2021 -2022

 HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH -MUMBAI.


Affiliated / Charter of

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH


Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.Web Site www.holyangelscollege.com  



Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.

 

 

Subject: Legality of the System of Alternative Medicines & its Education/Practice.

                                                To Whom It May Concern,

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research (CCAMR) is a registered institution, registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act 1961, established to serve the best need, interest & good health of the common people of India.

Alternative System of Medicines is a system of maintaining well-being, diagnosis, preventing illness & treating diseases. It covers a broad range of traditions, cultures, practices, healing philosophies, approaches & therapies based on natural laws of holistic health, diet regulation, breathing practices, meditation & the use of natural substances. It is devoid of the use of antibiotics & chemicals i.e.; outside the realm of conventional modern medicine – Allopathy. World Health Organizations (W.H.O) has also recognized importance of Complementary & Alternative Medicines to achieve its goal of health for all.

Alternative Medicine is not regulated by the Medical Council of India or under any other legal framework, but at the same time, there exist No bar qua the administration of educational training courses in this regard nor in relation to the practice of the same.

Central Information Commission, Government of India, in its Order F.No. CIC/RKJA/2016/001309-YA dated 15.09.2016 with reference to the policy decision of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India & Orders of High Courts & Supreme Court duly noted that even though there is no policy decision yet recognizing alternative medicines like Electro Homoeopathy there is no ban/restrain on its practice, education & research.

On 28.02.2017, the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare issued a Notification in respect of a mechanism for the consideration of proposals for the recognition of new/alternative systems of medicine. The said Notification clarifies that as on date there is no framework to regulate alternative systems of medicines in the Country. Copy of the notice dated 28.02.2017 is annexed herewith.

Respectfully,

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

 Guide to Some Alternative Therapies

 

Accupressure


Similar to acupuncture, but using finger pressure rather than fine needles

on specific points along the body to treat ailments such as tension and

stress, aches and pains, menstrual cramps, arthritis.


Acupuncture

 

Fine needles are inserted at specific points to stimulate, disperse, and

regulate the flow of vital energy, and restore a healthy energy balance. In

addition to pain relief, acupuncture is also used to improve well being and

treat acute, chronic, and degenerative conditions in children and adults.


Aromatherapy


Using “essential oils” distilled from plants, aromatherapy treats emotional

disorders such as stress and anxiety as well as a wide range of other

ailments. Oils are massaged into the skin in diluted form, inhaled, or

placed in baths. Aromatherapy is often used in conjunction with massage

therapy, acupuncture, reflexology, herbology, chiropractic, and other

holistic treatments

.

Astrology


Astrology is a humanistic attempt at trying to understand the cycles that

we share with the forces in the Universe. The planets have corresponding

rulership to certain vitamins, minerals, cell salts, herbs, metals, colors

and parts of the body. Through the chart ,one can look to see what natal

health conditions exist. Through these precepts, we can then look at the

present and into the future to see what areas of our lives are being

effected and potentially how we can head off ill health and promote wellness.

 

Atlas Orthogonal


Atlas Orthogonal is a chiropractic program to evaluate and correct

subluxation based on scientific and biomechanical procedures. By

incorporating the latest advancements in scientific technology,

chiropractors can calculate, in precise detail, the vectors specific to an

individual subluxation pattern, and program their instrument with the

specific correction vectors to deliver the adjustment without any

manipulation at all.


Ayurvedic Medicine


Practiced in India for more than 5,000 years, ayurvedic tradition holds

that illness is a state of imbalance among the body’s systems that can be

detected through such diagnostic procedures as reading the pulse and

observing the tongue. Nutrition counseling, massage, natural medications,

meditation, and other modalities are used to address a broad spectrum of

ailments.


Biofeedback


A method of monitoring minute metabolic changes in one’s own body with the

aid of sensitive machines. The technique is used especially for

stress-related conditions such as asthma, migraines, insomnia, and high

blood pressure. Clients learn to make subtle adjustments to move toward a

more balanced internal state by consciously visualizing, relaxing, or

imagining while observing light, sound, or metered feedback.

 

Chelation Therapy


Chelation therapy is a series of intravenous injections of the synthetic

amino acid EDTA, designed to detoxify the body. It is also often used to

treat arteriosclerosis. Most frequently, this is administered in an

osteopathic or medical doctor’s office.

 

Chinese (Oriental) Medicine


Oriental medical practitioners are trained to use a variety of ancient and

modern therapeutic methods – including acupuncture, herbal medicine,

massage, heat therapy, and nutritional and lifestyle counseling – to treat a

broad range of both chronic and acute illnesses.


Chiropractic


The chiropractic views the spine as the backbone of human health:

misalignments of the vertebrae caused by poor posture or trauma cause

pressure on the spinal nerve roots, leading to diminished function and

illness. Through manipulation or adjustment of the spine, treatment seeks to

analyze and correct these misalignments.


Colonics


A colonic is a colon irrigation, the irrigation of the large intestine with

sanitized, filtered water under gentle pressure to wash out or detoxify it

of stagnated fecal material; it is a full intestinal enema.


Counseling/Psychotherapy


This broad category covers a range of practitioners, from career counselors

to psychotherapies who treat depression, stress, addiction, and emotional

issues. Formats can vary from individual counseling to group therapy. Some

therapists may also incorporate bodywork, ritual, energy healing, and other

alternative modalities as part of their practice.


Craniosacral Therapy


This is a manual therapeutic procedure for remedying distortions in the

structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism – the brain and spinal

cord, the bones of the skull, the sacrum, and interconnected membranes. It

is used to treat chronic pain, migraine headaches, TMJ, and a range of other

conditions.


Dance/Movement Therapies


Dance and/or movement therapy uses expressive movement as a therapeutic

tool for both personal expression and psychological or emotional healing.

Practitioners work with people with physical disabilities, addition issues,

sexual abuse histories, eating disorders, and other concerns.

 

Dentistry, Holistic


Holistic dentists are licensed dentists who bring an interdisciplinary

approach to their practice. The may incorporate such methods as homeopathy,

nutrition and acupuncture into their treatment plans. Most holistic dentists

emphasize wellness and preventive care while avoiding silver-mercury fillings.


Ear Candling


Primarily used for wax buildup and related hearing problems, ear candling

is also used for ear infections and sinus infections. Treatment involves

placing the narrow end of a specially designed hollow candle at the entry of

the ear canal, while the opposite end is lit.


Feng Shui


Ancient Chinese practice of arranging the home or work environment to

promote health, happiness, and prosperity. Consultants may recommend changes

in the surroundings – from color selection to furniture placement – in order

to promote a health flow of chi, or vital energy.

 

Flower Essences


A method of alleviating negative emotional states that may contribute to

illness or hinder personal growth. Drops of a solution infused with the

captures”essence” of a flower are placed under the tongue or in a beverage.

The practitioner helps the client choose appropriate essences, focusing on

the client’s emotional state rather than on a particular physical condition.


Herbalism


An ancient form of healing still widely used in much of the world,

herbalism uses natural plants or plant-based substances to treat a range

of illnesses and to enhance the functioning of the body’s systems. Through

herbalism is not alicensed professional modality in the United States, herbs

are “prescribed” by a range of practitioners.


Holistic Medicine


A descriptive term for a healing philosophy that views a patient as a whole

person, not as just a disease or a collection of symptoms. In the course of

treatment, holistic medical practitioners may address a client’s emotional

and spiritual dimensions as well as the nutritional, environmental, and

lifestyle factors that many contribute to an illness. Many holistic medical

practitioners combine conventional forms of treatment with natural or

alternative treatments

.

Homeopathy


A medical system that uses infinitesimal doses of natural substances -

called remedies – to stimulate a person’s immune and defense system. A

remedy is individually chosen for a sick person based on its capacity to

cause, if given in overdose, physical and psychological symptoms similar to

those a patient is experiencing. Common conditions homeopathy addresses are

infant and childhood diseases, infections, fatigue, allergies, and chronic

illnesses such as arthritis.


Hypnotherapy


A means of bypassing the conscious mind and accessing the subconscious,

where suppressed memories, repressed emotions, and forgotten events may

remain recorded. Hypnosis may facilitate behavioral, emotional, or

attitudinal change such as weight loss, or smoking cessation.It is also used

to treat phobias, stress, and as an adjunct in the treatment of illness.

 

Iridology


The diagnostic system based on the premise that every organ has a

corresponding location within the iris of the eye, which can serve as an

indicator of the individual organ’s health or disease. Iridology is used by

naturopaths and other practitioners, particularly when diagnosis achieved

through standard methods is unclear.


Kinesiology


The study of muscles and movements. Practitioners analyze muscle function,

posture, gait, and other structural factors in addition to inquiring about

lifestyle factors that may be contributing to a health-related problem.

Nutritional supplements, muscle and joint manipulation, and lifestyle

modification may then be used as part of a treatment plan. Applied

kinesiology is used by health-care providers who are licensed to diagnose,

such as chiropractors, osteopaths, dentists, and medical doctors.


Lymph Drainage Therapy


Therapy to drain and improve the lymphatic vessels, a system of tubes or

canals through which lymph is carried from different parts of the body.


MassageTherapeutic


A general term for a range of therapeutic approaches with roots in both

Eastern and Western cultures. It involves the practice of manipulating a

person’s muscles and other soft tissue with the intent of improving a

person’s well-being or health, and may include, but not be limited to,

effleurage, deep tissue, percussion, vibration, and joint movement.


Midwifery/Childbirth Support


Midwives provide education and support during pregnancy, assist the mother

during labor and delivery, and provide follow-up care. Practitioners of

childbirth support include childbirth educators, assistants, and doulas

(women labor coaches who also provide postpartum home care).

 

Native American Herbology


Native American healers and spiritual leaders seldom travel far from their

homes and even more infrequently publicize their work – it is not the way.

However, there is a body of knowledge about the herbal treatments used by

various Native People. Much of the information has been tested and

incorporated into our present herbal therapies.


Natural Products


Products composed of organically grown plants and containing no chemicals.

These products may be used cosmetically as well as for health and nutrition.


Naturopathic Medicine


Naturopathic physicians work to restore and support the body’s ownhealing

abilities using a variety of modalities including nutrition, herbal

medicine, homeopathic medicine, and orient medicine. A primary health-care

system emphasizes the curative power of nature, treating both acute and

chronic illnesses in all age groups.

 

Network Chiropractic

 

This refers to a network of independent chiropractic offices that use

Network Spinal Analysis, a method characterized by the sequential

application of a number of gentle, specific adjusting techniques. Care

progresses through a series of levels that parallel spinal and

quality-of-life changes.


Ohashiatsu


A system of physical techniques, exercise and meditation used to relieve

tension and fatigue and induce a state of harmony and peace. The

practitioner first assesses a person’s state by feeling the hara, the area

below the navel. Then, using continuous and flowing movements, the

practitioner presses and stretches the body’s energy channels, working in

unison with the person’s breathing.


Osteopathic Medicine


Osteopathic physicians provide comprehensive medical care, including

preventive medicine, diagnosis, surgery, prescription medications, and

hospital referrals. In diagnosis and treatment, they pay particular

attention to the joints, bones, muscles, and nerves and are specially

trained in osteopathic manipulative treatment – using their hands to

diagnose, treat, and prevent illness

.

Reconstructive Therapy/Prolotherapy


Reconstructive therapy uses injections of natural substances such as

dextrose, glycerin, and phenol in order to stimulate the growth of

connective tissue and this strengthen weak or damaged joints, cartilage,

ligaments, and tendons. This therapy is used to treat degenerative

arthritis, lower back pain, torn ligaments and cartilage, carpal tunnel

syndrome, and other conditions.


Reflexology


This modality is based on the idea that specific points on the feet and

hands correspond with organs and tissues throughout the body. With fingers

and thumbs, the practitioner applies pressure to these points to treat a

wide range of stress-related illnesses.


Reiki


Practitioners of this ancient Tibetan healing system use light hand

placements to channel healing energies to the recipient. While practitioners

may vary widely in technique and philosophy, Reiki is commonly used to treat

emotional and mental distress as well as chronic and acute physical

problems, and to assist the recipient in achieving spiritual focus and clarity.


Rolfing


A massage technique using deep manipulation of the fascia (connective

tissue) to restore the body’s natural alignment, which may have become rigid

through injury, emotional trauma, and inefficient movement habits. The

process involves ten sessions, each focusing on a different part of the body.

 

Shiatsu


The most widely known form of accupressure, shiatsu has been used in Japan

for more than 1,000 years to treat pain and illness and for general health

maintenance. Using a series of techniques, practitioners apply rhythmic

finger pressure at specific points on the body in order to stimulate chi, or

the vital energy.


Tibetan Medicine


Evolved as a systhesis of Tibetan, Chinese and Persian Medicine, and even

Ayurveda. These remedies include indigenous herbs, fruits, flowers, metalic

powders and minerals given in tablets, and are especially effected in

treating rheumatism, asthma, gastritis, diabetes and many neurological

disorders.


Unani


Involves the use of plants and herbs, these remedies are known to provide

cures for diseases such as sinusitus , leucoderma, rheumatism, jaundice and

elephantiasis.


Vision Therapies


Through exercise and relaxation techniques, vision may actually be improved

to the point that glasses may no longer be needed. Therapies are typically

offered by licensed optometrists and ophthalmologists.


Vitamin Therapy


A complementary therapy of vitamin usage combined with other treatments to

address a range of illnesses and to enhance the functioning of the body’s

systems. Assists the immune system in combating diseases such as Chronic

Fatigue Syndrome and HIV/AIDS.

 

Wellness Restoration


A comprehensive program designed to increase muscle mass by using adequate

nutrition, supplementation, anabolic steroid therapy and resistance weight

training to prevent/reverse wasting in HIV disease.

 

Yoga Therapy


The use of yoga to address mental and physical problems while integrating

body and mind.



Various Systems of Alternative Medicine


Accupressure

Acupuncture

Auricular Therapy

Alexander Technique

Art therapy

Aromatherapy

Autogenic Training & Therapy

Auto-suggestion

Ayurveda

Anthroposophical Medicine

Auras

Auto-Urine therapy

Astrotherapy

Bach Flower Remedies

Bioenergetics

Body Oriented Psychotherapies

Biofeedback Training

Biorhythms

Biochemic Medicine

Breath Therapy

Bio-electro Magnetic -

Transmission – Therapy

Chiropractice

Cellular Therapy

Herbalism

Homoeopathy

Hypnotherapy

Hydrotherapy

Chromotherapy

Colonic Hygiene & Therapy

Counselling

Chiropady

Chinese Medicine

Copper Treatment

Cupping

Do-In Therapy

Dance Drama Therapy

Dowsing

Diet Therapy

Electrotherapy

Electro Homoeopathy

Feldenkrais Method

Fasting Therapy

Faith Healing

gem Therapy

Gest-talt

Massage

Macrobiotics

Megavitamin Therapy

Moxibustion

Myotherapy

Music Therapy

Meditation

Magnetotherapy

Mud Therapy

Iridology

Physiotherapy

Pattern Therapy

Psionic Medicine

Pyramid Healing

Polarity Therapy

Past Life Therapy

Psychotherapy

Pranic Healing

Reflexology

Reiki

Radiesthesia

Radionics

Rolfing

Sleep Therapy

Transpersonal

Psychotherapy

Unani

Vastu Chikitsa (Astro-Architecture)

Voice Therapy

Vegetarianism

Kinesiology

(T.F.H./Touch for Health)

Kerlian Photography

Laughter Therapy

Mantra Therapy

Heliotherapy

Visualisation Therapy

Wheat-Grass Therapy

Yoga Therapy

Zen Therapy

Shiatsu

Shamanism

Siddha

Sound Therapy

Spiritual Healing

Silva Method

Taichi – Aikido & Maritial Arts

Tantra Therapy

Therapeutic touch

Tibetan Medicine

Trager Work

Teletherapy

Tibb

Naturopathy

Organic Therapy

Osteopathy

Oriental Medicine & Diagnosis

Indo Allopathy

Doctoral Programme

Fees:

Ph.D. : US$ 5,000 (1-4 years or earlier)

D.Sc. : US$ 6,000 (1-4 years or earlier)

Doctor of Business Administration

Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership

Doctor of Management in Human Resources

Ph.D in Organization Management

Ph.D in Applied Management and Decision Sciences

Ph.D in Public Policy & Administration

Ph.D in Hotel & Hospitality Management

Ph.D in Career Management

Ph.D in Sports Management

Ph.D in Education

Doctorate in Public Relation

Doctorate in Media Management

Doctorate in Media & Communication Management

Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Health

Doctor of Philosophy in Holistic Nutrition

Doctor of Natural Health

Doctor of Naturopathy

Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health

Doctor of Philosophy in Alternative Medicines

Doctor of Philosophy in Traditional Medicines

Doctor of Philosophy in Complementary Medicines

Doctor of Philosophy in Herbal Medicines

Doctor of Philosophy in Acupuncture

Doctor of Science in Business Administration

Doctor of Science in Organizational Leadership Management

Doctor of Science in Human Resources Management

Doctor of Science in Organization Management

Doctor of Science in Applied management and Decision Sciences

Doctor of Science in Public Policy & Administration

Doctor of Science in Hotel & Hospitality Management

Doctor of Science in Career Management

Doctor of Science in Sports Management

Doctor of Science in Education

Doctor of Science in Public Relation

Doctor of Science in Media Management

Doctor of Science in Media & Communication Management

Doctor of Science in Human Services

Doctor of Science in Psychology

Doctor of Science in Natural Health

Doctor of Science in Holistic Nutrition

Doctor of Science in Naturopathy

Doctor of Science in Public Health

Doctor of Science in Alternative Medicines

Doctor of Science in Complementary Medicines

Doctor of Science in Herbal Medicines

Doctor of Science in Acupuncture


1 Year Diploma Courses


The following Diploma Courses of 1 year duration are conducted by the


CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH


Duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.E -mail ID, holyangelscollege27@gmail.com / Web Site www.holyangelscollege.com


Students completing any of the below Diploma Courses can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.


 

Systems of Medicines     Courses Name     Duration     Fees     Download Application Form       

Holistic Health Science     D.H.H.S.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-    Click Here To Download Application Form       

Yoga & Massage     D.Y.M.T     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Naturopathy     N.D.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Bach Flower Remedies     D.B.F.R.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

-

       

Reiki Healing     D.R.H.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Acupressure     D.A.T.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Magnetotherapy     D.M.T.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Medicinal Herbalism     D.M.H.S.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Medical Astrology     D.M.A.S.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Gem-Tele-Chromo Therapy     D.G.T.C.T.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Electro Homoeopathy     D.E.H.M.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

       

Traditional Chinese Medicine     D.T.C.M.     1 Year     Rs.38,900 /-

        

Hypnotherapy     D.H.T.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Aroma Therapy     D.A.T.S.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Radiesthesia & Radionics     D.R.R.S.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Iridology Science     D.I.S.     1 Year     Rs.  38,900 /-

       

Chiropractic     D.C.T.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Holistic Health & Nutrition     D.H.H.N.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Reflexology     D.R.T.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

        

Acupuncture     D.Ac.     1 Year     Rs. 38,900 /-

       





Eligibility / Pre-Requisite:

For all the courses mentioned above are High School / Standard Xth / O level or Equivalent.

 

Subjects:

The total number of subjects is four.

Compulsory Subjects (3):


1.Human Body Structure(Anatomy)

2.Human Body Function (Physiology)

3.Human Body Disorders (Pathology)

The fourth subject is the specific alternative therapy enrolled in.


Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Indian Council of Complementary and Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

The syllabus of the various courses of the Council are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in Mumbai, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students. *Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.


Total Fees: Rs. 38,900 /-

.

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

Or

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA.


  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



Bachelor of Alternative System of Medicines - B.A.M.S.(A.M.)


Bachelor of Alternative Medical System, B.A.M.S.(A.M.) is a 2 year under-graduate course conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the B.A.M.S.(A.M.) course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner – RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

 

Click Here To Download Application Form


Eligibility / Pre-Requisite: Twelfth Grade / Intermediate / Standard XIIth / A Level or Equivalent.

Duration: 2 Years.

(It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance.)

Course Structure: The programme is made up of 11 subjects with 7 compulsory and 4 electives as below:

Compulsory Subjects (7):

 

 

Human Body Structure (Anatomy)     Human Body Function (Physiology)     Human Body Disorders (Pathology)       

Natural Health Laws (Hygiene)     Medical Ethics & Laws (Medical Jurisprudence)     Women Diseases (Gynecology & Obstetrics)       

Description of Diseases & its Management (Practice of Medicine)      


Four alternative therapies of student's choice.

List of Elective Subjects (Any four from the following):

 

Acupressure     Acupuncture       

Aromatherapy     Astrology       

Bach Flower Remedies     Cupping Therapy       

Chromo Therapy (Colour Therapy)     Crystal Healing       

Diet and Nutrition     Electro-Homeopathy       

Gem / Tele / Chromo     Herbal Medicine (Medicinal Herbalism)       

Hypnotherapy     Hydrotherapy       

Indo Allopathy     Magnet Therapy       

Massage Therapy     Medical Astrology      


 

Naturopathy     Oriental Diagnosis       

Osteopathy     Physiotherapy & Counselling       

Pyramid Healing     Radiesthesia and Radionics       

Reflexology     Reiki Healing       

Sound Therapy     Traditional Chinese Medicine       

Vitamin Therapy     Yoga Therapy      


Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

The syllabus of the various courses of the Council are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.


Total Fees: Rs. 59,900 /- (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to  :


 All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

Or

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).




Other Bachelor Courses


The following are the Bachelor Courses in other disciplines of 2 year duration conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing any of the below Bachelor Courses can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.

 

Eligibility: Inter/High School/Standard XIIth or Equivalent.

 

Subjects: The Programme is made up of Eight subjects as below:


1. Human Body Structure (Anatomy)

2. Human Body Function (Physiology)

3. Human Body Disorders (Pathology)

4. Natural Health Laws (Hygiene)

5. Description of Diseases & its Management (Practice of Medicine)

6. Women Diseases (Gynecology & Obstetrics)

7. Medical Ethics & Laws (Medical Jurisprudence)

8. The specific alternative therapy




Medium of Instruction: English / Hindi.


Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.


The syllabus of the various courses of the Council are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit

Fees:

 

Rs. 39,900 (Lumpsum (Paid in full))



Procedure for Admission: The First Year fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable. Fees should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to /


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

Or

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).




 

Masters in Psychotherapy & Counselling (M.P.C.)


Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling (M.P.C.) is a 2 year post-graduate course conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the M.P.C. course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner – RMP(IBAM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India

.

Click Here To Download Application Form


Eligibility: Graduate from any stream.

Duration: Two Years. (It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance.)


Course Structure The programme is made up of 14 subjects as below:



 

First Year (7 Subjects)     Second Year (7 Subjects)       

Anatomy and Physiology     Principles and Techniques of Psychotherapy      

 

Fundamentals of Psychology     Behavior Therapies       

Developmental Psychology     Psychotherapies       

Psychopathology and Mental Health     Clinical Assessment       

Counseling and Health Psychology     Psychological Tests for Assessment       

Counseling Techniques and Assessment     Stress Management       

Marriage and Family Counseling     Research Methodology and Statistics      



Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the CCAMR are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 98,900 (Lumpsum (Paid in full))


Procedure for Admission: The First Year fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy. 

Or

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



Doctor of Naturopathy / Natural Medicine (N.D./N.M.D.)


Doctor of Naturopathy / Natural Medicine (N.D./N.M.D.) is an 18 month post graduate course conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

Students completing the N.D./N.M.D. Course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.




Eligibility: Graduate in any stream.

*Practitioners/Research Workers who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.

Duration: 18 Months (2 Semesters of 9 months each) (It may be completed in a shorter duration based on the student's ability and performance)


Medium of Instruction: English.



Subjects:


Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Indian Council of Complementary and Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees

.

The syllabus of the various courses of the CCAMR are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI , India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet & Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 98,900 (Lumpsum (Paid in full))


Procedure for Admission: The First Year fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



 

M.D. in Alternative Medicines (M.D.A.M.)


M.D. in Alternative Medicines (M.D.A.M.) is a 1 year course conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

 

Students completing the M.D.A.M. Course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.


Click Here To Download Application Form


Eligibility: Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M., B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M), B.P.T., B.Pharma, etc.

*Practitioners who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.





Duration: One Year.

Medium of instruction: English / Hindi

 

Subjects:

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.


The syllabus of the various courses of the CCAMR are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI , India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.

 

Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.


Fees:

Rs. 98,900 /- (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The First Installment of the fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



M.D.in Electro Homoeopathy - M.D.(E.H.) / M.D. in Acupucture - M.D.(Acu)


M.D.in Electro Homoeopathy - M.D.(E.H.) / M.D. in Acupucture - M.D.(Acu) is a 1 year course conducted by the Central Council of  Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.


Students completing the M.D.(E.H.) / M.D.(Acu) Course can register his/her name as a Registered Practitioner RMP(AM) under Rule 7A of CCAMR and can practice anywhere in India under Article 19(1)g of the Constitution of India.



Eligibility: Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M, B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M), B.P.T., B.Pharma, etc.

*Practitioners who are practicing for the last 10 years. Minimum basic qualification is exempted.


Duration: 1 Year.

Medium of instruction: English

Subjects:

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Indian Council of Complementary and Alternative Medicines & Research and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.


The syllabus of the various courses of the CCAMR are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI , India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students.

*Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.

Fees:

Rs. 98,900 /- (Lumpsum (Paid in full))


Procedure for Admission: The First Installment of the fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy./

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  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).






Ph.D. in Alternative Medicines (Ph.D.A.M.)

Eligibility: Those persons who have passed any post graduate course from an authentic institution.

OR

Those persons who have completed the M.B.B.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.A.S.M., B.E.M.S., B.I.A.M.S., B.N.Y.T., B.A.T.S., B.U.M.S., N.D., N.O., M.D(A.M) etc *Practitioners/Research Workers who are practicing for the last 10 years, minimum basic qualification is exempted.

 

Requirement for the Award: The candidate has to submit an original and authentic research work (thesis) of at least 300 pages (2 copies of printed thesis and 1 copy on CD) in any branch of alternative medicine under the guidance of a competent person or institution with prior approval of institution.


Thesis / Dissertation Preparation: Research guidelines on the topic chosen for thesis preparation are sent by post..

Language of Dissertation/Thesis: English / Hindi.


Fees:


Rs. 1,20,900/-  (Lumpsum (Paid in full))


Procedure for Admission: The First Installment of the fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy./

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



D.Sc. in Alternative Medicines (D.Sc.A.M.)

Eligibility: Ph.D from any authentic institution.

Requirement for the Award: The candidate has to submit an original and authentic research work (thesis) of at least 300 pages (2 copies of printed thesis and 1 copy on CD) in any branch of alternative medicine under the guidance of a competent person or institution with prior approval of institution.

Thesis / Dissertation Preparation: Research guidelines on the topic chosen for thesis preparation are sent by post.

Language of Dissertation/Thesis: English / Hindi.

Fees:

Rs. 1,20,900/- (Lumpsum (Paid in full))

 

Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates (academic qualifications), two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy./Or

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).




1 Year Specialisation Diploma Courses


The following Specialization Diploma Courses of 1 year duration are conducted by the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, duly Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860

.

Eligibility: Any Registered Medical Practitioner / Alternative Medical Practitioner


Duration: One Year.


Fees ; 38,900/-


Medium of instruction: English/Hindi


Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Indian Council of Complementary and Alternative Medicines & Research sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.

 

The syllabus of the various courses of the CCAMR are based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India and various other national

and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines.

 

Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students. *Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.


Procedure for Admission: The total fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates, two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy./ OR

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).


Paramedical Diploma Courses


Eligibility: For all the courses mentioned above are High School / Standard Xth or Equivalent.


Course Content:


DMLT - Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology,. Haematology, Microbiology & Clinical Pathology, Bacteriology, Lab Management.


DAHS - Veterinary Anatomy, Veterinary Physiology, Veterinary Hygiene, Animal Husbandry, Bach Flower Remedies for Animals


DLDOH - Dental Anatomy, Physiology, Oral Hygiene, Oral Pathology, Dental


DDAS - Dental Anatomy, Physiology, Hygiene, Oral Pathology, Pharmacology, Dental Prosthetics, Orthodentics, Dental Treatment.


DPT - Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Social Medicine, Physical & Electro therapic, Physiotheraphy-l (Orthopaedics & Neurology) Physiotherapy -II (Cardio Respiratory, Rehabilition & Geriatrics)


DFA - Anatomy, Physiology, First Aid Management.


DFWPE - Anatomy, Physiology, Family Health and Hygiene , Population Education, Child Health.

DHS - Anatomy, Physiology, First Aid, Public Health, Sanitary Education

DHN - Anatomy, Physiology.Child Health, First.Aid, Nursing, Female Health.

 

Study Materials: The course materials required for the course will be provided by the Institute and sent through post within 15 days of receipt of form & fees.


Examination: Mode of examination should be selected while admission. (i) Center in MUMBAI, India, (ii) Postal mode - question papers are sent at your place of residence through post and answer sheets duly answered is to be sent to our office for evaluation.


Marksheet and Certificate: Marksheet and Certificate will be awarded to the successful students. *Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit.


Procedure for Admission: The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates (academic qualifications), two passport size photographs and the filled in form. Fee is non-refundable.


All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to

CCAMR Academy./

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).



Rules for Private Candidates


(Without Regular / Correspondence studies) DIRECT EXAMINATIONS / AWARDS (On Experience Basis)


Eligibility: The candidates must have at least 3 years of experience in the particular alternative medical line and must possess the minimum academic qualification for the Diploma / Bachelor Certification Course as laid down in the prospectus.


Examination: The private examination may be conducted in the month of January, April, July & October of every year as applicable of Regular/Postal students.


Subjects for Examination: As mentioned in the previous pages.


Syllabus / Recommended Books: Same as for the Regular / Postal students.

Fees:


i) Diploma Course --- Rs. 38,900/-

 

ii) Bachelor Certification Courses --- Rs.59,900/-

 

iii) M.D.A.M. / M.D.E.H / M.D.(Acupuncture) --- Rs. 98,900/-

 

iv) M.P.C. --- Rs. 98,900/-


v) N.D. / N.M.D. --- Rs. 99,900/-


vi) Specialization Diploma Courses --- Rs.38,900/-

 

Practical / Clinical Training..


Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research (CCAMR) conducts a unique and essential training for learning the latest art and techniques of examining patients. The ideal course for all students and novice practitioners of any systems of medicine, one is taught how to check up the patients, conduct physical examinations, read laboratory reports, check the heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, pulse, and to use a stethoscope & blood pressure instruments etc. Training is available in major alternative therapies practiced in India and abroad and for paramedical courses also.

Attendance at the Practical / Clinical Training Programme is NOT COMPULSORY.

A certificate is awarded to those who successfully complete the programme. Practitioners of any system of medicine and students are welcome to join the programme.



The training commences on the 5th of every month (If the 5th is a Holiday, then the next working day). The CCAMR allows the students to break up their training also in which case trainings can be attended in short durations of 3 - 5 days also over a period of months should the candidate be unable to attend the entire length of the training at one time.


Practical / Clinical Training is of two types as below:


i. Clinical Training on General Medicine Application: It covers:


1. Checking up patients

2. Systematic Examination

3. Radiological and Physical Investigations

4. First Aid and

5. Concept of Holistic Health.

 


The fee towards Clinical Training on general medicine application is Rs. 10,000/-.


ii. Practical Training in a Specific Alternative Therapy: (The list of therapies in which training is available currently are as below)


It covers Introduction to the therapy, knowledge about its practical aspects and application.

The fee towards Practical Training in each therapy is Rs. 10,000/- except Acupuncture for which the fees is Rs. 10,000.

1. Acupressure

2. Acupuncture (Rs. 10,000/-)

3. Aromatherapy

4. Crystal Healing

5. Electro Homoeopathy

6. Herbal Medicines

7. Magneto therapy

8. Massage Therapy

9. Naturopathy (Rs. 10,000/-)

10. Pranic Healing

11. Psychotherapy and Counselling

12. Pyramid Healing

13. Reiki

14. Yoga

 

a. Practical / Clinical Training Includes:


1. Slide show presentation on Human Body 2. Audio Visual Lecture 3. A complete Clinical Kit will be provided free of cost by the ICCAM during the training period which contains the following items:-


(a) Clinical Note with Course File,

(b) Anatomy & Physiology Chart,

(c) Apron,

(d) Stethoscope,

(e) Metal Badge of CCAMR,

(f) Note Book,

(g) Pen,

(h) Class Photograph,

(I) Thermometer

 

b. On completion of the training, the candidate shall be set a final exam, successful completion of which the students will be provided with a certificate of Practical / Clinical Training.




Personal Contact Programmes (PCP)

The Central Council of Alternative Medicines (CCAMR) organizes a free 5 day Personal Contact Programme every month commencing from the 1st (if the 1st is a holiday, then from the next working day) in its institution in Kolkata, India for the benefit of students. These contact programmes are meant for counselling and clearing the doubts of the students and helping in their academic difficulties. Personal Contact Programmes are available for all courses conducted by the CCAMR.

 

If students bring with them the recommended text books and the printed lessons received from the CCAMR, they will find the Personal Contact Programmes immensely useful. The students are expected to come prepared in the class in order to discuss their problems. The counseling sessions will include clarifications required in the print material and other related difficulties through active interaction with students.

 

Practitioner Registration - R.M.P.(A.M.)

The Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research grants registration in Alternative Medicines under Rule 7A on the basis of qualification and experience.



Eligibility:


A practitioner having at least 3 years experience in any branch of alternative medicines. Or Diploma / Bachelor / Postgraduate Certificate holders of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research.

Or

Diploma / degree holders of any authentic institution.


Benefits


The Registered Practitioner would be declared a person qualified to practice and shall not be convicted or punished by any Government in India. He/she will also be eligible to issue Medical Certificates. These rights are mentioned on the Registration Certificate also.


Registration from Medical Council of India is not required to practice the alternative system of medicines as per their letter no. MCI - 34(I)/ 96 Med./10984.


Minimum Age

Applicants for registration who are not Certificate holders of  Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. should be a minimum of 21 years .

 

Requirements

• Three passport size photographs.

• One Experience Certificate of a minimum of 3 years from a Registered Doctor/MLA/ MP/Sarpanch/Gazetted Officer or a Xerox copy of the Diploma / Bachelor / Postgraduate Certificate awarded by the Indian Council of Complementary and Alternative Medicines & Research.or any authentic institution.



• One Character Certificate from a respectable person.

You will get the following documents within 30 days from the date of receipt of the form and fees:

• The registration certificate duly affixed with the Special Adhesive Stamp as per the order of the concerned authority of the Government.

• Identity Card

• Copy of the Rules of the Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research, under which Registration is issued.

• Copy of the Code of Conduct.


Categories of Practitioner Registration:

• Qualified and experienced practitioners above the age of 30 can enroll as Senior Practitioner under Class I Registered Practitioner. (The students who have already successfully completed the Bachelor Certification Course from Central council of Alternative Medicines & Research, are eligible to apply for Class I Registration)

• Ordinary Registered Practitioners


Fees Class I Registered Practitioners

• Rs. 36,900 /-


Ordinary Registered Practitioners

• Rs. 18,900/-


Fees are non-refundable

General Information:

The total Fees should be sent along with photocopies of your qualification certificates (academic qualifications), two passport size photographs and the filled in form.

Fee is non-refundable.

All remittances (fees, etc.) should be sent by Cash / M.O. / Draft payable to CCAMR Academy.

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES,VISHAL DEEP,363 / 383, C.T.S.NO.19,MANGAL MURTI HOSPITAL ROAD,RSC -37 / 28,GORAI - 2,BORIVALI WEST,MUMBAI 400091.MAHARASTRA,INDIA..

  (The Bank Draft should be payable to CCAMR Academy, MUMBAI).


Dr.Pravin Bhatia-Purecha. M.D.(A.M.),Ph.D.(A.M.)

President

HOLY ANGELS COLLEGE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES-MUMBAI

www.holyangelscollege.com


91+ 9322693453.

 

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.

 

 

Subject: Legality of the System of Alternative Medicines & its Education/Practice.

                                                To Whom It May Concern,

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research (CCAMR) is a registered institution, registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act 1961, established to serve the best need, interest & good health of the common people of India.

Alternative System of Medicines is a system of maintaining well-being, diagnosis, preventing illness & treating diseases. It covers a broad range of traditions, cultures, practices, healing philosophies, approaches & therapies based on natural laws of holistic health, diet regulation, breathing practices, meditation & the use of natural substances. It is devoid of the use of antibiotics & chemicals i.e.; outside the realm of conventional modern medicine – Allopathy. World Health Organizations (W.H.O) has also recognized importance of Complementary & Alternative Medicines to achieve its goal of health for all.

Alternative Medicine is not regulated by the Medical Council of India or under any other legal framework, but at the same time, there exist No bar qua the administration of educational training courses in this regard nor in relation to the practice of the same.

Central Information Commission, Government of India, in its Order F.No. CIC/RKJA/2016/001309-YA dated 15.09.2016 with reference to the policy decision of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India & Orders of High Courts & Supreme Court duly noted that even though there is no policy decision yet recognizing alternative medicines like Electro Homoeopathy there is no ban/restrain on its practice, education & research.

On 28.02.2017, the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare issued a Notification in respect of a mechanism for the consideration of proposals for the recognition of new/alternative systems of medicine. The said Notification clarifies that as on date there is no framework to regulate alternative systems of medicines in the Country. Copy of the notice dated 28.02.2017 is annexed herewith.

Respectfully,

 

Central Council of Alternative Medicines & Research. 

 

 

 

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES & RESEARCH.

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