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Regulatory Bodies in India - 3
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Pharmacy council of India, nursing council of India, veterinary council of India , central silk board

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Siva Prasad
Alumni- Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore; Part of Harvard Business School CORe 2020 cohort; Telegram ID/Promo code - akmsiva

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  1. Regulatory Bodies Part 4 SIVA PRASAD

  2. About Me . Bachelors and Masters in Physics from Indian Institute of Science (ISc), Bangalore .INSPIRE Scholar, DST Govt. of India Interested in Physics, current affairs, economics.... . Physicist, Blogger, Teacher.... Wrote UPSC CSE Mains 2017 Research Publication in Journal of Applied Physics

  3. Pharmacy Council of lndia The Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) is a statutory body constituted under the Pharmacy Act, 1948. It is responsible for the: . regulation of the pharmacy education in the country for the purpose of registration as a pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act . regulation of profession and practice of pharmacy inspection of pharmacy institutions seeking approval under the Pharmacy Act and maintenance of Central Register of Pharmacists

  4. Veterinary Council of India The Veterinary Council of India (VCI) is a statutory body established under the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984. Functions to prepare and maintain the Indian Veterinary Practitioners' Register to lay down minimum standards of veterinary education to recommend recognition or withdrawal of recognition of veterinary qualifications to lay down the standards of professional conduct, etiquette and code of ethics to regulate veterinary practice in the country to advise the Central and the state governments on all regulatory matters concerning veterinary practice and education

  5. Central Council of Indian Medicine . The Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) is a statutory body constituted under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970. Its functions are: to prescribe minimum standards of education in Indian Systems of Medicine viz Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani . to advise the Central Government in matters relating to recognition (inclusion/ withdrawal) of medical qualification to maintain a central register on Indian Medicine and revise the register from time to time . to prescribe Standards of Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Code of Ethics to be observed by the practitioners

  6. Indian Nursing Council . The Indian Nursing Council (INC) was constituted under the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947. Its functions are: to establish and monitor a uniform standard of nursing education for nurses, midwives, auxiliary nurse-midwives and health visitors by regular inspection of the institutions to recognise the qualifications for the purpose of registration and employment in India and abroad . to prescribe the syllabus and regulations for nursing programs to withdraw the recognition of qualification in case an institution fails to maintain its standards

  7. Central Authority of Homeopathy . The Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) was established under the Homoeopathic Central Council Act, 1973, with the following functions: to evolve uniform standards of education in Homoeopathy and the registration of practitioners of Homoeopathy. The registration of practitioners on the Central Register of Homoeopathy to ensure that medicine is not practiced by those who are not qualified in this system, and those who practice, observe a code of ethics n the profession.

  8. PNGRB . Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) was constituted under the provisions of the Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board Act, 2006. Its mandate is: to regulate the refining, processing, storage, transportation, distribution, marketing and sale of petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas to ensure uninterrupted and adequate supply of petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas in all parts of the country to ensure development of essential infrastructure and its optimum utilisation to protect the interests of both consumers as well as the entities operating in this sector to facilitate and promote a competitive market and to provide a level playing field to ensure flow of massive investments.

  9. Central Silk Board Central Silk Board (CSB) was established under the Central Silk Board Act, 1948 for overall development of sericulture and silk industry. Its functions are: to undertake, assist and encourage scientific, technological and economic research in the silk sector, to devise means to improve cultivation of silkworm host plants, to improve quality and production of raw silk and marketing of silk, to regulate silkworm seed production, multiplication and sale to ensure quality silkworm seed supply, and to regulate import and export of silkworm seed to prevent transfer of disease across the country.

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