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    Ayush Minister inaugurated National Homoeopathy Seminar in New Delhi

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    The Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH) has organised the three-day National Seminar on Homoeopathy to commemorate 40 years of its formation on Thursday (08-01-2016) in Sirius Fort Auditorium, New Delhi.

    After inaugurating the seminar, Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of State for AYUSH said Indian homoeopaths face legal difficulties while
    practising outside India and asked CCH and other agencies of AYUSH to work on reciprocity over this issue with friendly countries so that homoeopathic practitioners from India can go and practise there without any legal hurdle.

    The government has decided to offer postgraduate courses in homoeopathy in more subjects including anatomy and physiology, following demands by various homeopathic colleges across the country.

    "Postgraduate in homoeopathy will be introduced in more subjects like anatomy, physiology and others as demanded by the homoeopathic colleges.

    "AYUSH systems should try hard to get more popular so that their benefits reach the common man and all parts of the country," said Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of State for AYUSH.

    Noting that there should be efforts to take homoeopathy to each and every house, the Minister said the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) should develop new models to popularise homoeopathy like the 'national programme of homoeopathy treatment for mother and child diseases'.

    AYUSH Ministry secretary Ajit Mohan Saran stressed on integration of homoeopathy with modern systems of medicine while suggesting training programme for MBBS doctors so that they can be allowed to practise homoeopathy within India.

    Lok Sabha member Manoj Rajooria said private homoeopathic medical colleges must pay salaries to their teaching staff equal to salaries given to the teaching staff in government homoeopathic medical colleges, and urged CCH to come up with some guidelines in this regard.

    Rajooria also suggested that homoeopathic dispensaries should be opened at panchayat and block levels so that there is more job opportunity for homoeopathic doctors.

    More than 2,000 delegates from India and other SAARC countries attended the seminar.

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