The Union Cabinet has approved the National Commission for Homeopathy bill, 2018. The National Commission for Homeopathy seeks to replace the existing regulator Central Council of Homoeopathy. The bill aims at bringing reforms in the medical education of homoeopathy in line with the National Medical Commission proposed for setting up for allopathy system of medicine. The National Commission for Homeopathy aims to promote transparency and accountability.
1. The Homoeopathy Education Board to be vested with the responsibility of overseeing the Homeopathy education in the country.
2. The board of assessment and rating to assess and grant recognition to educational institutions of Homoeopathy.
3. The bill proposes a teacher’s eligibility test to assess the standard of teachers before appointment and promotions.
4. Board of ethics and registration of practitioners of Homoeopathy to maintain National Register and deal with ethical issues relating to practice.
5. The bill also proposes a common entrance exam and an exit exam which all graduates will have to clear to get practising licenses.