THE INDIAN MEDICINE CENTRAL COUNCIL ACT, 1970

  • The Central Council of Indian Medicine is a statutory Body constituted and reconstituted in 1984 and 1995 under the Act. The main objects of the Central Council are as follows:


1.) To prescribe minimum standards of education in Indian System of Medicine viz Ayurved, Siddha and Unani Tibb.


2.) To recognise and withdrawal of recognition of medical qualification in Indian Medicine if standards are not met.


3.) To maintain the central register of Indian medicine and revise the register from time to time.


4.) To prescribe standards of professional conduct, etiquette and code of ethics to be observed by the practitioners.


5.) To prepare and draft uniform curriculum and syllabus for undergraduate and postgraduate education in these systems of medicine.