The bill proposes to extends the tenure of the Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) by another one year (i.e. from two years to three years) in an aim to make homoeopathy council more efficient and effective.
A Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) formed to regulate homoeopathic education and practice.
The Act was amended to provide for the change of the council members. The new CCH to be formed within one year from the date of its change
The bill was amended to extend to seek CCH reconstitution by another one year. The new body to be constituted in two years.
The bill further was amended to extend CCH reconstitution by another one year. The new body to be constituted in three years.
Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha through an ordinance
Bill passed in Rajya Sabha
Bill passed in Lok Sabha
WHY (as per the govt)
Salient Points ()
There is no register or record of the homoeopathic practitioner in the country.
Inspection of all colleges is still not complete as the institutions were non-functioning due to Covid 19.
In 2019, though time to form a new council was extended by a year. But due to the current pandemic situation, the new council could not be formed.