The Central Council of Indian Medicine is a Statutory body constituted under the IMCC Act, 1970 by Government of India in the year 1971.
Since its establishment in 1971, the Central Council has been framing and implementing various regulations including the Curricula and Syllabii in Indian Systems of Medicine viz. Ayurveda, SIddha and Unani Tibb at Under-graduate and Post-graduate level.
Revision and updating the Curriculum and Syllabus is a regular process and CCIM is aiming to achieve quality education and best standards for ISM students to make them efficient and successful practitioners to cater the needs of the suffering humanity.
Since a long time there was a demand from the students, practitioners and teachers that the syllabus need to be updated to cater the needs of modern times at both Under-graduate and Post-graduate level.
A four day National level workshop to review the syllabus of both UG & PG was successfully conducted at Bangalore during February, 2009. The revised new Under-graduate syllabus with all the deletions and additions to suit the present day modern world prepared by experts is before you.
Any suggestion with regard to further changes, addition or deletion may be communicated to CCIM and the same will be considered during the future revision of Syllabus.
Central Council would like to thank all the concerned expert whole heartedly and put the appreciation of the Dept. of AYUSH for moral and financial support for the CCIM to achieve the goal of the CCIM.
Dr. Rashidullah Khan