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    CENTRAL COUNCIL OF INDIAN MEDICINE NEW DELHI

    MINUTES OF 35th Meeting of Ayurved Committee held on 24th February, 2006 at New Delhi

    PRESENT

    1. Vaidya Devendra Kumar Triguna Chairman 2. Vaidya Shriram Sharma Ex-officio Member 3. Vaidya SK Mishra Member 4. Vaidya SK Sharma Member 5. Vaidya GL Chanana Member 6. Dr. Jaya Prakash Narayan Member 7. Vaidya Ved Prakash Tyagi Member 8. Dr. Marri Vaman Reddy Member 9. Dr. Sivanandam Member 10. Dr. Gajendra Bharali Member 11. Dr. Deovrat Narayan Singh Member 12. Dr. Indra Mohan Jha Member 13. Dr. Om Prakash Vashisth Member 14. Dr. KC Sharma Member 15. Dr. Bimla Chaudhary Member 16. Dr. Ashok Kumar Sharma Member 17. Dr. K Chandershekara Ballal Member 18. Dr. Ramanathan Devraj Iyer Member 19. Dr. Ranvir Singh Parihar Member 20. Dr. Pramod Kumar Jain Member 21. Dr. Rajesh Shukla Member 22. Dr. Satish Dutt Garg Member 23. Dr. Gyan Kumar Ahuja Member 24. Vaidya Shah Kisan Vithaldas Member 25. Vaidya Ramesh Krishan Yadav Member 26. Dr. NV Salgarkar Member 27. Dr. BK Jaya Singh Member 28. Vaidya Raghunandan Sharma Member 29. Dr. Suresh Chander Gupta Member 30. Dr. Jagjeet Singh Member 31. Dr. Mukesh Walia Member 32. Vaidya SN Parchure Member 33. Dr. T Girish Krishnan Member 34. Vaidya SP Bhattacharya Member 35. Prof. Kulwant Singh Member

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    36. Vaidya Sanjay Janardan Tilak Member 37. Prof. Ved Vrat Sharma Member 38. Vaidya Hari Narayan Swami Member 39. Dr. RK Chhabra Member 40. Dr. Kamlesh Verma Member 41. Dr. Niranjan Singh Tyagi Member 42. Dr. Roop Lal Sharma Member 43. Dr. P Lakshmaiah Member 44. Dr. K Sankaran Member 45. Vaidya V.R. Pathrabe Member 46. Vaidya Hari Ram Member 47. Dr. Anand Vardhan Dwivedi Member 48. Dr. SK Bannigol Member

    following could not attend the meeting:-

    1. Dr. Alakh Narayan Singh Member 2. Dr. P Narayanan Member 3. Dr. Swapan Kumar Bhunia Member 4. Dr. CHS Shastry Member 5. Dr. Arvind Keshavlal Patel Member 6. Dr. Sukhdevsinh Vansia Member 7. Dr. K . Anilkumar Member 8. Vaidya Mahendra Kumar Sharma Member 9. Dr. AG Lakhabhai Member 10. Dr. VV Chhikara Member 11. Dr. DP Aggarwal Member 12. Vaidya Abdul Wahid Member 13. Vaidya Balendu Prakash Member

    Special Agenda Item No.1 Condolence Resolution on the sad demise of Prof. Jyotir Mitra, Dr. R Bharathrajan, Member, CCIM and Dr. Kishore Mohan, Ex- Member, CCIM

    It was noted that Prof. Jyotir Mitra, Dr. R Bharathrajan, Member, CCIM and Dr. Kishore Mohan, Ex-Member, CCIM have passed away on 17.1.2006, 8.2.2006 and 29.3.2005 respectively. Central Council of Indian Medicine was observed two minutes silence for the peace of departed souls and passed the following resolution to be forwarded to the bereaved families:-.

    “ The members of CCIM are shocked to know the sad and untimely demise of Prof. Jyotir Mitra, Member, CCIM and Dr. Kishore Mohan, Ex-Member, CCIM. They devoted their life to the

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    cause of development of Indian Systems of Medicine in general and Ayurveda in particular. Members of the CCIM offer their condolence and sympathy to the members of the bereaved families and pray to God that departed souls may rest in eternal peace.”

    Agenda Item No.1 Confirmation of the minutes of 34th meeting of Ayurved Committee held on 20th March, 2005 at New Delhi.

    It was noted that minutes of 34th meeting of Ayurved Committee held on 20.3.2005 were placed before the Central Council in its meeting held on 21.3.2005 for consideration and ratification. The same were ratified by the Central Council.

    Ayurved Committee confirmed the same.

    Agenda Item No.2 Ratification of the minutes of 54th meeting of Education Committee (Ayurved) held on 27th & 28th

    June, 2005 at New Delhi.

    It was noted that 54th meeting of Education Committee (Ayurved) was held on 27th & 28th June 2004 at New Delhi and the minutes of the same were circulated to all the members of Education Committee (Ayurved) vide this office letter No.3-2/2005-54th Edu. Com (Ay.) dated 15.7.2005. It was requested that addition/deletion, if any may kindly be suggested within 21 days from the date of issue of the same. In response to the same, no comments of any member were received.

    The Ayurved Committee considered and ratified the minutes of Education Committee as under:-

    i) Consideration of visitation reports of Ayurved Colleges

    It was noted that 94 Ayurvedic colleges were visited to assess the available facilities of teaching and practical training for conducting Ayurvedacharya/Ayurved Vachaspati Course and to verify the compliance before granting permission for the session 2005-06.

    The visitation reports were considered by the Committee and decision of the Committee are as under:-

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    ________________________________________________________________ Name of the College Recommendations

    1. ALN Rao Memorial Ayurvedic Considering available facilities of teaching College, Koppa and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 60 students in Ayurvedacharya Course and for PG Course as under for the year 2005-2006.

    Dravyaguna 06 Bhaishajya Kalpana 05 Kayachikitsa 05 The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    2. KVG Ayurvedic Medical College Considering available facilities of teaching & Hospital, Sulliya and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 60 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    3. Karnataka Ayurvedic Medical Considering available facilities of teaching College, Mangalore and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 50 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    4. Babe ke Ayurvedic Medical Considering available facilities of teaching College & Hospital, Moga and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 50 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

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    The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    5. Shri Laxmi Narayan Ayurvedic Considering available facilities of teaching College, Amritsar and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 50 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    Committee also decided that strong and strict warning for construction of building and removal of other shortcomings be issued.

    6. Om Ayurved Medical College, Betul Considering available facilities of teaching and practical training in the Institution, Committee decided to grant permission to admit 40 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    7. Rani Dullaya Ayurved College & Considering available facilities of teaching Hospital, Bhopal and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 50 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The shortcomings alongwith the instruction to improve the hospital condition be informed to the college for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th

    November, 2005.

    8. Rajeev Lochan Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Considering available facilities of teaching Durg and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 40 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

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    Committee also decided that cadavers be made available to the students for teaching and practical training within two months under intimation to CCIM.

    Other shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th

    November, 2005.

    9. Government Ayurved College, Jabalpur Considering available facilities of teaching and practical training in the Institution, Committee decided to grant permission to admit 40 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The Committee noted that teaching staff is very less. Bed strength has not been increased upto 100, therefore, college be asked to increase the bed strength upto 100 immediately.

    The other shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th

    November, 2005.

    10. Bapuji Ayurvedic Medical College Considering available facilities of teaching & Hospital, Challakere and practical training in the Institution,

    Committee decided to grant permission to admit 40 students in Ayurvedacharya Course for the year 2005-2006.

    The shortcomings be informed to the college separately for fulfillment and submission of the compliance report by 30th November, 2005.

    11. Amrutha Ayurved College, Amrutha It was noted that 20 UG teachers are Chittradurga working in the college in spite of repeated

    instructions of Central Council. Committee decided first college be asked to replace graduate teachers with qualified teachers.

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    Then only admission to 40 students be permitted.

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