Regulation for New Colleges
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, 15th March 2004


No. 3-14/2004 Norms - In exercise of the powers conferred by section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations, namely :-

1. Short title and commencement -

(1) These regulations may be called the Establishment of New Medical College, Opening of New or Higher Course of Study or Training and Increase of Admission Capacity by a Medical College Regulations, 2003.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definition :-
In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires, -

(a) "Act" means the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970;
(b) "Form" means a Form annexed to these regulations;
(c) "section" means a section of the Act; and
(d) words and expressions used herein and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively assigned to them in the Act.

3. The permission for establishment of a medical college, opening of new or higher course of study or training and increase of admission capacity -

Any person intending to establish a medical college or any medical college intending to open a new or higher course of study or training or intending to increase admission capacity in any course of study or training shall follow the procedure and criteria mentioned in regulations 4 to 6 and submit a scheme to the Central Government along with an application in the form specified in regulation 4.

4. Application Form of scheme -

(1) Any person intending to establish a medical college shall submit the scheme along with an application in Form - 1.

(2) Any medical college intending to open a new or higher course of study or training shall submit the scheme along with an application in Form - 2.

(3) Any medical college intending to increase its admission capacity in any course of study or training shall submit the scheme along with an application in Form - 3.

5. Authority to whom the scheme and application is to be submitted -

Applications and schemes under regulation 4 shall be submitted to the Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) as per the schedule annexed to the regulations.

6. Eligibility for making an application -

(1) For making an application under sub-regulation (1) of regulation 4, a person or a medical college shall be eligible if, -

(a) his one of the objectives is to impart education about Ayurveda or. Siddha or Unani Tibb;

(b) owns or possesses on lease of ninety nine years, a suitable single plot of land, measuring not less than ten acres if the proposal is for admitting up to fifty student, and not less than fifteen acres, if the proposal is for admitting up to one hundred students, and undertake to establish the medical college in the said plot of land;

(c) has obtained 'No Objection Certificate' in Form- 4 from the concerned State Government for establishing a new medical college at the proposed site;

(d) has obtained a 'Consent of Affiliation' in Form- 5 for establishing a new medical college from a University established under any Central or State statute;

(e) owns and manages a hospital in Indian medicines containing not less then one hundred beds with necessary facilities and infrastructure;

(f) has not already admitted students in any class or standard or course or training of the proposed medical college; and

(g) is in a position to provide two performance bank guarantees from a Scheduled Commercial Bank valid for a period of five years in favour of the Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi as follows:

(i) for the establishment of medical college-

upto 50 seats - rupees one crore
51-100 seats - rupees twenty lakhs per ten or less seats
(ii) for the establishment of the teaching hospital and its infrastructure facilities-

upto 150 beds - rupees one and a half crore
additional beds - rupees 10 lakhs per 10 or less beds

Exemption: The above condition shall not apply to the persons who are State Governments/Union Territories if they give an undertaking to provide funds in their plan budget regularly till the requisite facilities are fully provided as per the time bound programme.

(2) For making an application under sub-regulation (2) of regulation 4, a medical college shall be eligible if, -

(a) has obtained the permission of the concerned State Government or the Union Territory Administration (Form- 4);

(b) has obtained the concurrence of the University established underany Central or State Statute (Form- 5);

(c) is able to produce documentary evidence in support of additional financial resources, staff, space, equipment and other infrastructure as per Central Council norms;

(d) is recognized by the Central Council for running Undergraduate or Postgraduate course in Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani for at least 5 1/2 and 3 years respectively;

(e) is axempted by the Central Government for being owned or managed by the Central Government/State Government from fulfilling the criteria specified in sub- clause (d);

(f) selection of students for post-graduate courses is made strictly on the basis of academic merit as prescribed by Central Council;

(g) the nomenclature of post-graduate degree or diploma and superspecialty courses and teacher-student ratio is as laid down in the concerned Regulations;

(h) the Ayurved/Siddha/Unani Tibb College/institution provides a bank guarantee in favour of the Central Council ofIndian Medicine from a Scheduled Commercial Bank for providing additional infrastructural facilities for each discipline as follows:-

Post-graduate course rupees fifty lakhs
Super-specialty course    rupees one crore
Any other recognised course rupees thirty lakhs

Exemption: The above condition shall not apply to colleges -

(i) who are governed by the State Governments; provided that they give an undertaking to providefunds in their Plan Budget regularly till facilities are fully provided as per the time bound programme indicated by them, and

(ii) for opening any course in the subject where the Council has already recognized the post-graduate course on the same subject.

(3) For making application under sub-regulation (3) of regulation 4, a medical college shall be eligible if,

(a) has obtained the permission of the concerned State Government or the UnionTerritory Administration (Form- 4);

(b) has obtained the concurrence of the University established under any Central or State Statute (Form-5);

(c) has produced documentary evidence in support of additional financial resources, staff, space, equipment and other infrastructure as per Central Council norms;

(d) has completed a period of five and a half year in case of Undergraduate course and three years in case of Postgraduate course(s).

(e)recognized by the Central Council for running Under- graduate/Post- graduate/Super-speciality/any otherrecognised course;

(f) the ratio of teaching staff and students is maintained as laid down in the regulation on Minimum Standards and requirements for admission in the medical college;

(g) the maximum number of admissions in Undergraduate course does not exceed 100 ;

(h) provides a bank guarantee in favour of the Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi from a Scheduled Commercial Bank for providing additional infrastructural facilities for each course/discipline as follows:-

Under-gradiiate course Up to 50 seats rupees twenty five lakhs
  Between 51 to 100 seats rupees fifty lakhs
Post-graduate degree: per seat rupees five lakhs
Super-specialty course: per seat rupees ten lakhs
Any other recognized course per seat rupees two lakhs


Exemption: The above condition shall not apply to colleges who are governed by the State/UT Governments provided that they give an undertaking to provide funds in their Plan Budget regularly till facilities are fully provided as per the time bound programme indicated by them;

7. Recommendation of the Central Council -

On receipt a scheme from the Central Government under sub-section (2) of section 13 A, the Central Council shall submit its recommendations to the Central Government in Form-6.

8. Fee to be submitted along with application -

An application and scheme to be submitted under regulation 4 shall be accompanied by the following admission fee by way of a demand draft/pay order payable to the 'Central Council of Indian Medicine' New Delhi :-

(a) to establish medical college rupees three lakhs fifty thousand.
(b) to open a new or higher course
of study or training
rupees two lakhs per course.
(c) to increase admission capacity rupees two lakhs.

9. Permission Order-

The order passed by the Central Government under sub-section (9) of section 13A shall clearly indicate the preliminary requirement about setting up of buildings, infrastructural facilities, medical and allied equipments, faculty and staff before admitting the first batch of students.

FORM - 1
(see sub-regulation (1) of regulation 4)

APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO ESTABLISH A NEW MEDICAL COLLEGE

Part - I
1. Name of the applicant __________________________________________
(in BLOCK letters)
2. Complete Address with Pin code, telephone nos., fax and e-mail __________________________________________
(in BLOCK letters)
3. Address of Head Office and __________________________________________
Branch Office, if any, with Pin code,
Telephone nos, telex, fax and e-mail) _________________________________________
4. Status of applicant whether __________________________________________
State Government/Union Territory/
or University or Trust __________________________________________
5. Registration/incorporation __________________________________________
(Number and date, if any)
6. Name and address of Affiliating __________________________________________
University

PART I

7. Basic Infrastructure __________________________________________
Facilities available for Medical college
and attached Hospital _________________________________________
(Attach separate sheet if necessary)
8. Composition of the Trust, __________________________________________
Particulars of members of the Society/
Trust, Head or Project Director of the
proposed Medical College, head of the __________________________________________
existing Hospital, Qualifications
and Experience in the field of Medical __________________________________________
education of members, Head of Project
or Director and head of the Hospital. __________________________________________
9. Financial Capability __________________________________________
( Balance sheet for the last three years
to be provided if the applicant is a __________________________________________
Trust. Details of the resources to be prescribed). __________________________________________
10. Name and Address of the __________________________________________
proposed Ayurved/Siddha/ Unani Tibb College
11. Characteristics of proposed site of the Medical College: -

(a) topography __________________________________________
(b) plot size __________________________________________
(c) permissible floor space index __________________________________________
(d) ground coverage __________________________________________
(e) building height __________________________________________
(f) road access __________________________________________
(g) availability of public transport __________________________________________
(h) electric supply __________________________________________
(i) water Supply __________________________________________
(j) sewerage connection __________________________________________
(k) communication facilities _________________________________________
(l) Master Plan of the proposed Medical _________________________________________
College (m) Layout plans, sections _________________________________________
(n) elevations and floor wise area _________________________________________
calculations
12. Educational Programme

(a) proposed annual intake capacity of students _________________________________________
(b) mode of admission _________________________________________
(c) reservation/preferential allocation of seats. _________________________________________


13. Functional programme

(a) Department wise and service _________________________________________
wise functional requirements

(b) Area distribution and room _________________________________________
wise sitting capacity.

14. Equipment programme

Department wise list of equipments with year wise schedule of quantities and specifications

a) medical equipments _________________________________________
b) scientific equipments _________________________________________
c) allied equipments _________________________________________
15. Man-power programme Department wise and year wise provisions-
a) full time teaching staff _________________________________________
b) technical staff ________________________________________
c) administrative staff ________________________________________
d) ancillary staff _________________________________________
e) salary structure _________________________________________
f) mode of payment of salary _________________________________________
g) recruitment procedure _________________________________________
h) recruitment calendar _________________________________________

16. Building programme

a) departments, lecture theatres, _________________________________________
examination hall, museum etc _________________________________________
b) staff quarters _________________________________________
c) staff and students hostels _________________________________________
d) administrative office _________________________________________
e) library _________________________________________
f) auditorium _________________________________________
g) teaching pharmacy _________________________________________
h) mortuary __________________________________________
i) cultural and recreational center __________________________________________
j) sports complex __________________________________________
k) medicinal plants garden _________________________________________
l) Other facilities __________________________________________
(state name of other facilities)
17. Proposed Phase programme and quarter wise schedule of activities indicating -
a) commencement and completion _________________________________________
of building design
b) local body approvals _________________________________________
c) civil construction _________________________________________
d) provision of engineering servicesand equipments _________________________________________
e) requirement of staff __________________________________________
f) schedule of admission __________________________________________

18. Project cost

a) capital cost of land __________________________________________
b) buildings __________________________________________
c) plant and machinery __________________________________________
d) medical, scientific and allied __________________________________________
equipments e) furniture and fixtures __________________________________________
f) Preliminary & preoperative expenses __________________________________________
19. Means of financing the project

a) contribution of the applicant __________________________________________

b) grants ___________________________________________
c) donations __________________________________________
d) equity ___________________________________________
e) term loans __________________________________________
f) other sources, if any __________________________________________


20. Revenue assumptions

a) fee structure __________________________________________
b) hospital user charges __________________________________________
c) estimated annual revenue from various sources __________________________________________
21. Expenditure assumptions a) operating expenses __________________________________________
b) depreciation _________________________________________

22. Operating results

a) income statement _________________________________________
b) cash flow statement __________________________________________
c) projected balance sheets _________________________________________
23. Name, address and details of the _________________________________________
existing hospital

a) bed strength _________________________________________
b) bed distribution, bed occupancy _________________________________________
and whether a norm of three in-patients per student would be _________________________________________
fulfilled. c) built up area _________________________________________
d) clinical and para clinical disciplines ________________________________________
e) number of out patient departments and department wise attendance ________________________________________
f) architectural and layout plans ________________________________________
g) list of medical/allied equipments _________________________________________
h) capacity and configuration of _________________________________________
engineering services i) hospital services, administrative _________________________________________
services, other ancillary and support services (category wise staff strength) _________________________________________
Part II

UPGRADATION AND EXPANSION PROGRAMME:

24. Details about the additional __________________________________________
land for expansion of the
existing hospital __________________________________________
a) land particulars __________________________________________
b) location of medical college and proposed hospital __________________________________________
c) topography __________________________________________
d) plot size _________________________________________
e) permissible floor space index __________________________________________
f) ground coverage __________________________________________
g) building height __________________________________________
h) road access __________________________________________
i) availability of public transport __________________________________________
j) electric supply __________________________________________
k) water Supply __________________________________________
l) sewerage connection __________________________________________
m) communication facilities __________________________________________
n) Master Plan of the proposed Medical College __________________________________________
o) Layout plans, sections _________________________________________
p) elevations and floor wise area calculations _________________________________________

25. Upgraded Clinical Programme:-

Year wise details of the additional __________________________________________
clinical and para clinical activities envisaged under the expansion __________________________________________
programme 26. Upgraded functional programme: -

a) specialty wise and servicewise functional requirements _________________________________________

b) area distribution _________________________________________
c) specialty wise bed distribution __________________________________________


27. Building expansion programme: -

Year wise additional built-up area to be provided for -

a) departments, lecture theatres, __________________________________________
examination hall etc a) hospital __________________________________________
b) staff quarters __________________________________________
c) staff and students hostels __________________________________________
d) other ancillary buildings __________________________________________

28. Planning and Layout: -

Upgraded master plan of the hospital complex along with:-

a) Layout plans __________________________________________
b) Sections __________________________________________
c) Elevations __________________________________________
d) Floor wise area calculation of the hospital __________________________________________
e) Floor wise area calculation of ancillary buildings _________________________________________
29. Details about up gradation _________________________________________
or addition in the capacity and configuration of __________________________________________
engineering services and hospital services _________________________________________

30. Equipment programme:

Upgraded department wise list of equipments with year wise schedule of quantities and specifications -

a) Medical equipments ________________________________________
b) scientific equipments ________________________________________
c) allied equipments ________________________________________


31. Upgraded manpower programme:

Department wise and year wise provisions-

i) full time teaching staff ________________________________________
j) technical staff ________________________________________
k) administrative staff ________________________________________
l) ancillary staff ________________________________________
m) salary structure ________________________________________
n) mode of payment of salary ________________________________________
o) recruitment procedure ________________________________________
p) recruitment calendar ________________________________________

32. Expansion of scheme - proposed phase programme and quarter wise schedule of activities indicating -

a) commencement and completion ________________________________________
of building design b) local body approvals ________________________________________
c) civil construction ________________________________________

d) provision of engineering and hospital services ________________________________________
e) provision of medical and allied equipments ________________________________________
f) requirement of staff ________________________________________
g) schedule of admission _______________________________________

33. Project cost

a) capital cost of land _______________________________________
b) buildings ________________________________________
c) plant and machinery ________________________________________
d) medical, scientific and allied ________________________________________
equipments e) furniture and fixtures ________________________________________
f) preliminary & preoperative expenses ________________________________________


34. Means of financing the project :-

a) contribution of the applicant _______________________________________
b) grants _______________________________________
c) donations ________________________________________
d) equity ________________________________________
e) term loans ________________________________________
f) other sources, if any _______________________________________
35. Revenue assumptions

a) fee structure _______________________________________
b) hospital user charges _______________________________________
c) estimated annual revenue from various sources _______________________________________

36. Expenditure assumptions
a) operating expenses ______________________________________
b) depreciation _____________________________________
_
37. Operating results

a) income statement ______________________________________
b) cash flow statement _____________________________________
c) projected balance sheets _____________________________________

SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT

List of enclosures:

1. Certified copy of Bye Laws/Memorandum and Articles of Association/Trust deed.
2. Certified copy of certificate of registration/incorporation.
3. Annual reports and Audited Balance sheets for the last three years.
4. Certified copy of the title deeds of the total available land as proof of ownership.
5. Certified copy of zoning plans of the available sites indicating their land use.
6. Proof of ownership of existing hospital
7. Certified copy of the 'No Objection Certificate' issued by the respective State Government/Union Territory Administration.
8. Certified copy of the consent of affiliation issued by a recognized University.
9. Authorization letter addressed to the bankers of the applicant authorizing the Central Government/Central Council of Indian Medicine to make independent enquiries regarding the financial track record of the applicant.

10. Other enclosures as per the various parts of applications (Please indicate details).

NOTE: All the copies shall be attested by a gazetted officer.

FORM-2
(See sub-regulation (2) of regulation 4)

Application for permission to open a new or higher Course of study or training

1. Name of the applicant (in BLOCK letters) ___________________________

2. Complete Address with PIN code, telephone nos., fax and e-mail) ___________________________

(in BLOCK letters) 3. Address of Head Office and Branch Office, if any, with Pin code, ___________________________
telephone nos, telex, fax and e-mail)

4. Status of applicant whether State Government/Union Territory/ ___________________________
or University or Trust

5. Registration/incorporation ___________________________
(Number and date, if any)

6. Name and address of Affiliating ___________________________
University

7. Year of admission of first batch ___________________________
for undergraduate course

8. Month & year of completion of ___________________________
first admitted UG batch

9. No. of seats approved and date of Recognition by CCIM ___________________________
for existing UG/PG course(s)

10. Name of the proposed new __________________________
or higher course(s) of study

11. Number of seats applied for ___________________________
in each course

12. Details of:
(a) additional financial allocation- ___________________________

(b) provision for additional space, equipment and other ___________________________
infrastructure facilities-

(c) provision of recruitment of ___________________________
additional staff-

13. Any other relevant information __________________________

Date : Signature of Applicant

Place:
Full Name:
Designation:

List of enclosures:

1. Attested copy of the 'No Objection Certificate' issued by the respective State Government/Union Territory Administration

2. Attested copy of the concurrence of affiliation issued by a recognized University.

3. Authorization letter addressed to the Bankers of the Applicant authorizing the Central Government/Central Council of Indian Medicine to make independent enquiries regarding the financial track record of the medical college/institution.

4. Attested copy of the letter from Central Council of Indian Medicine approving recognition of the college/institution, if already approved by Central Council of Indian Medicine.
NOTE: All the copies shall be attested by a gazetted officer.


FORM-3
(See sub-regulation (3) of regulation 4)

Application for permission to increase the admission capacity

1. Name of the applicant ___________________________
(in BLOCK letters)

2. Complete Address with PIN code, telephone nos., fax and e-mail) __________________________
(in BLOCK letters)

3. Address of Head Office and Branch Office, if any, with Pin code, _________________________
telephone nos, telex, fax and e-mail)

4. Status of applicant whether State Government/Union Territory/ _________________________
or University or Trust

5. Registration/incorporation _________________________
(Number and date, if any)

6. Name and address of Affiliating _________________________
University

7. Year of admission of first batch _________________________
for undergraduate course

8. Month & year of completion of _________________________
first admitted UG batch

9. No. of Seats approved and date of Recognition by CCIM _________________________
for existing UG/PG course(s)

10. Name of the course(s) of study applied _____________________
for increase in admission capacity

11. Number of seats applied for ________________________
in each subject/course

12. Details of :

(a) additional financial allocation- _________________________
(b) provision for additional space, equipment and other _________________________
infrastructural facilities-

(c) provision of recruitment of additional staff- _________________________
13. Any other relevant information _________________________

Date :
Signature of Applicant:
Place:
Full Name:
Designation:

List of Enclosures:

1. Attested copy of the 'No Objection Certificate' issued by the respective State Government/Union Territory Administration on the prescribed proforma.

2. Attested copy of the concurrence of the University to which the college/institute is affiliated.

3. Authorization letter addressed to the Bankers of the Applicant authorizing the Central Government/Central Council of Indian Medicine to make independent enquiries regarding the financial track record of the medical college/institution.

4. Attested copy of the letter from Central Council of Indian Medicine approving recognition of the college/institution, if already approved.

NOTE: All the copies shall be attested by a gazetted officer.

FORM-4
(See sub clause 1(c), 2(a) and 3(a) of regulation 6)

No Objection Certificate from the State Government

No _________
Government of ______________________
The Department of ISM,

To,
Dated, the ____________
(Name and address of applicant),

Subject : No Objection Certificate

Reference :

Sir,
The desired "No Objection Certificate" in respect of following facts is being issued:-
(1) Number of Medical and Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb institutions already existing in the State.
(2) Number of seats available or number of Medical and Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb practitioners being produced annually.
(3) Number of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb practitioners registered with the State Council/Board of Indian Systems of Medicine.
(4) Number of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb practitioners in State Government Service.
(5) Number of vacant Government posts of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb doctors in the State, particularly in rural/difficult areas.
(6) Number of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb doctors registered with the State Employment Exchanges.
(7) Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb Doctors-population ratio in the State.
(8) How the establishment of the medical College/increase in admission capacity/starting ________________ course would resolve the problem of deficiencies of qualified medical personnel in the State and improve the availability of such medical manpower in the State.
(9) The restrictions imposed by the State Government, if any, on students who are not domiciled in the State from obtaining admissions in the State be specified.
(10) Full justification for opening of the proposed medical College/increase in admission capacity/starting new or higher course.
(11) Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb Doctors-population ratio to be achieved.

The (name of the person) ___________________________________ has applied for establishment of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb college at____________________ . On careful consideration of the proposal, the Government of ______________________ has decided to issue 'No Objection Certificate' to the applicant for the establishment of an Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College with _____________________ (number) seats/increase in admission capacity from_________to_______seats/starting ______course.

It is certified that: -

(a) the applicant owns and manages a 100-bedded hospital, which was established in the year _________________,
(b) it is desirable to establish an Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College in the public interest /increase in admission capacity/starting______________________ course and
(c) establishment of Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College/increase in admission capacity/starting________________ course at ___________________________ by (the name of Trust) is feasible.
It is also certified that adequate clinical material as per norms of the Central Council of Indian Medicine is available with the proposed/existing Medical College. It is further certified that in case the applicant fails to create infrastructure for the Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College as per Central Council of Indian Medicine norms and fresh admissions are stopped by the Central Government, the State Government shall take over the responsibility of the students already admitted in the College with the permission of the Central Government.

Yours faithfully,

(Signature of the Competent Authority)
Office Seal

FORM- 5
(See sub clause 1(d), 2(b) and 3(b) of regulation 6)


CONSENT OF AFFILIATION

No .................
University .............
Place .........
Dated .........
On the basis of the report of the Local Inquiry Committee, the University of -------------has agreed in principle, to affiliate the proposed Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College with admission capacity of -------seats to be established at ---------------by the (name of the applicant) increase in admission capacity from---------to------seats of ----------course/starting -------------------- course. subject to grant of permission by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi under section 13A of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970).


REGISTRAR


* Note:- While issuing Consent of Affiliation to the applicant, a copy of the same along with detailed inspection report of the proposed medical college may be provided simultaneously to the Secretary, Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy, Indian Red Cross Society Building, New Delhi-110 001.

FORM- 6
(See regulation 7)

Recommendation of the Central Council of Indian Medicine

No ..........................
Central Council of Indian Medicine .............
Place .........
Dated .........

To
Secretary to the Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy,
Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH)
Indian Red Cross Society Building
1-Red Cross Road
New Delhi-110 001

Sir,
I am directed to refer to your letter No.______________, dated the ____________ on the above subject and to say that the physical and other infrastructure facilities available at the proposed ___________________(name of the College)_______________________ to be set up at ____________________________ by the (name of the State Government/Union territory/Trust) were inspected on ______________________________ by the inspection team appointed by the Central Council of Indian Medicine. A copy of the inspection report is enclosed.

2. The inspection report and all other related papers were placed before the Executive Committee of the Council in its meeting held on ________________________. On careful consideration of the proposal, the Executive Committee decided to recommend for approval/disapproval of the Scheme. The decision of the Executive Committee has been approved by before the General Body in its meeting held on__________________.

3. On careful consideration of the Scheme and inspection report, the Central Council has arrived at the following conclusion-

i) that the applicant fulfils the eligibility and qualifying criteria;
ii) that the applicant has a feasible and time bound programme to set up the proposed Ayurved or Siddha or Unani Tibb College along with required infrastructure facilities including adequate hostel facilities for boys and girls and as specified by the Central Council, commensurate with the proposed intake of students so as to establish the College fully within a period of four years from the date of grant of permission;
iii) that the applicant has a feasible and time bound expansion programme to provide additional beds and infrastructure facilities as specified by the Central Council, by way of up-gradation of the existing Hospital or by way of establishment of new Hospital in the same College campus or both so as to collectively provide the specified bed complement within a period of four years from the date of grant of permission to set up the proposed College;
iv) that the applicant has necessary managerial and financial capabilities to establish and maintain the proposed college and its ancillary facilities including a teaching Hospital;
v) that the applicant has a feasible and time bound programme for recruitment of faculty and staff as per prescribed norms of the Central Council and that the necessary posts stand created;
vi) that the applicant has not admitted any students and
vii) deficiencies, if any, in the infrastructure or faculty. (be pointed out indicating whether these are remediable or not)

The position regarding infrastructure facilities is as under: -

S.No.
Requirement at the time of inception as per Central Council of Indian Medicine norms Available

Remarks
1 Staff
2. Buildings
3 Equipment
4. Faculty
5. Pharmacy
6. Medicinal Plants Garden
7. Other requirements
In view of the above position, the Council recommends to the Central Government for issuing/not issuing the Letter of Intent.
(In case the Council does not recommend issue of Letter of Intent)
The reasons for disapproval of the Scheme are as under: -
a)__________________________________________
b) _________________________________________
c) _________________________________________
The scheme, in original, is returned herewith.
Yours faithfully,
( Registrar-cum-Secretary )
Central Council of Indian Medicine

Enclosures: - Inspection report and Scheme.

SCHEDULE
(see regulation 5)

SCHEDULE FOR RECEIPT AND PROCESSING OF THE APPLICATIONS

S.No.
State of processing
Last Date
1. Receipt of applications by the Central Government
1st April to 30th April (both days inclusive ) of any year.
2. Forwarding of applications by Central Government to Central Council of Indian Medicine for technical scrutiny 31st May
3. Recommendations of Central Council to Central Government 31st August 4. Issue of letter for making Enquiries, if any, under sub-section (5) of section 13 A by the Central Government. 30th September
5. Receipt of reply to the enquiries made from the applicant 31st October
6. Receipt of scheme by the Central Council for consideration for issue of letter of permission. 30th November 7. Recommendation of Central Council to Central Government for issue of Letter of Permission 28th February
8. Issue of Letter of Permission by the Central Government 31st March

Note: (1) The information given by the applicant in Part-I of the application for setting up Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani Tibb college that is information regarding organization, basic infrastructure facilities, managerial and financial capabilities of the applicant shall be scrutinized by the Central Council through an application and thereafter the Central Council may recommend issue of Letter of Intent by the Central Government.

(2) Renewal of permission shall not be granted to the new Medical College if the above Schedule for opening Ayurveda/ Siddha/ Unani Tibb College is not adhered to; and admissions are made without prior approval of the Central Government.


P.R. SHARMA

REGISTRAR - CUM - SECRETARY
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