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    Homeo Colleges should not be Harassed while Enforcing Law, Says Parliamentary Panel

    A Parliamentary Panel on 30th july, 2015 cautioned that while enforcing standards in Homoeopathic educational instiutions, government should ensure that genuine colleges are not harassed in the name of enforcement of law. 

    "The oversight of maintenance of standards should be done with utmost transparency and there should be a credible and vibrant appeal mechanism in place so that minor technical and procedural default are not made a basis for harassment and questionable practices and genuine grievances of homoeopathy medical institutions are addressed swiftly within set timelines," the panel said. 

    It also recommended Ayush Ministry to bring the pending 2005 amendment bill of Homoeopathy Central Council Act to ensure streamlining of the functioning of the Homoeopathy Central Council. 

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health and Family Welfare in its report on Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Bill, 2015, said, "The committee is not satisfied with Ministry's contention that after the 2015 amendment Bill is passed by Parliament, the pending Bill, 2005, shall be withdrawn and a fresh comprehensive amendment Bill shall be proposed which shall take into consideration the amendments proposed in the Bill, 2005, along with the recommendations of the Committee." 

    The 2015 amendment to the Homeopathy Central Council Act, 1973, will make provisions relating to granting permission by central government to all homeopathic medical colleges for continuing courses to ensure that homeopathy education is given only through colleges which has the potential to give quality education.

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