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MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

1. Name of the society
Name of the Parishad shall be "Dilli Homoeopathic Anushandhan Parishad (DHAP)"

2. Registered Office:

The Registered Office of the Parishad shall be situated in the Union Territory of Delhi and presently at Homoeopathic Wing, Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy, CSC III, Ist floor, B Block, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110092.

3. Aims, Objectives and Functions:
The aims, objectives and functions of the Parishad shall be:

  1. The formulation of aims and patterns of research on scientific lines in Homoeopathy.
  2. To undertake research and other programmes in Homoeopathy
  3. Prosecution of and assistance in research for propagation of knowledge and experimental measures generally in connection with the causation, mode of spread and prevention of diseases. 
  4. To initiate, aid, develop and coordinate scientific research in different aspects, fundamental and applied of Homoeopathy and to promote and assist institutions of research for the study of diseases, their prevention, causation and cure.
  5. To finance inquires and researches for the furtherance of objectives of the Parishad.
  6. To exchange information with other institutions, association and societies interested in the objects similar to those of the Parishad and specially in observation and study of diseases in NCT of Delhi.
  7. To prepare, print, publish and exhibit any paper posters, pamphlets, periodicals and books for furtherance of the objects of the Parishad and contribute to such literature.
  8. To issue appeals and make applications for money and funds in furtherance of the objects of the Delhi Parishad and to accept for the aforesaid purpose gifts, donations and subscriptions of cash and securities and of any property whether moveable or immovable.
  9. To borrow or raise moneys with or without security or on security mortgage charge, hypothecation or pledge of all or any of the immovable or movable properties belonging to the Parishad or in any other manner whatsoever.
  10. To invest and deal with the funds and moneys of the Parishad or entrusted to the Parishad not immediately required in such manner as may from time to time be determined by the Governing Body of the Parishad.
  11. To permit the funds of the Parishad to be held by the Government of Delhi.
  12. To acquire and hold purchase in the Government of Delhi, whether temporarily or permanently any movable or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the objects of the Parishad.
  13. To sell, lease mortgage and exchange and otherwise transfer any of the properties movable or immovable of the Parishad provided prior approval of the Government of Delhi is obtained for the transfer of immovable property.
  14. To undertake and accept the management of any endowment or trust fund for donation the undertaking or acceptance whereof may seem desirable.
  15. To offer prizes and grant of scholarships, including traveling scholarships in furtherance of the objects of Parishad.
  16. To create administrative technical and ministerial and other posts under the Parishad and to make appointments they're to in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Parishad or to appoint, or employ temporarily or permanently, any person that may be required for the purpose of the Parishad and to pay them or other persons in return for services rendered to the Parishad, salaries, wages, honoraria, fees, gratuities, provident fund and pensions.
  17. To do all such other lawful things either alone or in conjunction with others as the Parishad may consider necessary or as being incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects
  18. To deal with any property belonging to or vested in he Parishad in any manner which is considered necessary for promoting the objects as specified in Section 12 of the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 
  19. To build, construct, maintain, repair, alter, improve or develop or furnish any buildings or works necessary or convenient for the purpose of the Parishad.
  20. To frame rules and regulations for day to day execution of societies activities and to amend the memorandum of association from time to time if necessary in consultation with the State Govt 

4. Management of Assets

The income and properties of the Parishad howsoever, derived shall be applied towards the objects thereof as set forth in this Memorandum of Association subject to such limitations as the Government of Delhi may from time to time impose. No portion of the income or the properties of the Parishad shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends bonus or otherwise howsoever, by way of profit to the persons who at any time are, or have been members of the Parishad or to any of them to any person claiming through them or any of them provided that nothing herein contained shall prevent payment in good faith to any individuals in return for the services redeemed by them to the Parishad or for traveling allowance honoraria and other charges.

5.Executive Committee of the Parishad

a) The Executive Committee of the Parishad shall be responsible for the day to day functioning of the Parishad

b) The officers appointed in their ex-officio capacity shall remain members as long as they hold the office by virtue of which they are members; the term of other members shall be for three year. However they will be eligible for re-nomination. Once in every year, a list of the office bearers of the Parishad shall be filed with the Registrar of the Societies.

6) Signatories to the Memorandum of Association:

We the several persons whose names and addresses are associated for the purpose described in the Memorandum of Association do hereby subscribe the names to this Memorandum of Association and their respective hands hereunto and form into a Parishad under Act XXI of 1860 as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi, ----------------- One thousand nine hundred and ninety eight.

S.No

Name

Occupation & Addresses

Designation

1.

Sh. R. Chandramohan

Principal Secretary (H & FW) Govt. of Delhi 5/Sham Nath Marg,
Delhi - 54

Chairman

2.

Sh. Ramesh Chandra

Principal Secretary (Finance) Govt. of Delhi, 5/Sham Nath Marg,
Delhi - 54

Member
Ex-officio

3.

Dr. V.K. Khanna

Principal Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital B-Block,
Defence Colony, 
New Delhi 110024

Member
Ex-officio

4.

Dr. Jugal Kishore

Ex-Advisor (Homoeopathy) Govt. of India 86, Golf Link,
New Delhi

Member

5.

Dr. D.P. Rastogi

Ex-Director, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, Govt. of India

Member

6.

Dr. S.C. Vats

Homoeopathic Consultant 4-D,
Navkala Apartments, Plot -14,
I. P. Extension, Delhi

Member

7.

Dr. C.H. S. Shastry

Director ISM & Homoeopathy Directorate of ISM& Homoeopathy,
A & U Tibbia College Karol Bagh,
New Delhi

Director ISM & H Member-Ex-officio

8.

Dr. R.K. Manchanda

Deputy Director (Homoeopathy) Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy Homoeopathic Wing, Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy,
CSC III, Ist floor, B Block, Preet Vihar,
Delhi-110092.

Member-Secretary Ex-officio

The officers appointed in their ex-officio capacity shall remain members as long as they hold the office by virtue of which they are members; the term of other members shall be for one year. However they will be eligible for re-nomination. Once in every year, a list of the office bearers of the Parishad shall be filed with the Registrar of the Societies.

6. Signatories to the Memorandum of Association:

We the several persons whose names and addresses are associated for the purpose described in the Memorandum of Association do hereby subscribe the names to this Memorandum of Association and their respective hands hereunto and form into a Parishad under Act XXI of 1860 as extended to the Union Territory of Delhi, ----------------- One thousand nine hundred and ninety eight.

S.No

Name

Designation & Address

Sign. Attested

1.

Sh. R. Chandramohan

Principal Secretary (H & FW)
Govt. of Delhi
5/Sham Nath Marg, Delhi - 54

Chairman

2.

Sh. Ramesh Chandra

Principal Secretary (Finance)
Govt. of Delhi,
5/Sham Nath Marg, Delhi - 54

Member
Ex-officio

3.

Dr. V.K. Khanna

Principal Nehru Homoeopathic
Medical College & Hospital
B-Block, Defence Colony,
New Delhi 110024

Member
Ex-officio

4.

Dr. Jugal Kishore

Ex-Advisor (Homoeopathy)
Govt. of India
86, Golf Link, New Delhi

Member

5.

Dr. D.P. Rastogi

Ex-Director, Central Council
for Research in Homoeopathy, Govt. of India

Member

6.

Dr. S.C. Vats

Homoeopathic Consultant
4-D, Navkala Apartments,
Plot -14, I. P. Extension, Delhi

Member

7.

Dr. C.H. S. Shastry

Director ISM & Homoeopathy
Directorate of ISM&
Homoeopathy,
A& U Tibbia College
Karol Bagh, New Delhi

Director ISM & H
Member-Ex-officio

8.

Dr. R.K. Manchanda

Deputy Director (Homoeopathy)
Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy
Nehru Homoeopathic Medical
College Building, B-Block, Defence
Colony, New Delhi 110024

Member-Secretary Ex-officio

DILLI HOMOEOPATHIC ANUSANDHAN PARISHAD
RULES AND REGULATION:

1. Name of the Parishad
Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad (DHAP)

2. Address
Homoeopathic Wing, Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy, CSC III, Ist floor, B Block, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110092

3. Definitions
In these rules and memorandum of association unless the subject or context otherwise require:

Parishad means Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad (DHAP) 

Act means the Delhi Societies Registration Act, 1860.

Chairman means the chairman of the Executive Committee.

Executive Committee means Executive Committee constituted as per Rule 6 of these Rules and Regulations".

Annual General Meeting means meeting of the General Body.

Executive Committee Meeting means the meeting of Executive Committee of the Parishad.

Member Secretary means member secretary of the executive committee of Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad.

Vice President means Vice President of General Body shall be Principal Secretary/Secretary ( H & FW) Govt. of Delhi.

President means president of the General Body and will be the Health Minister, Government of Delhi.

General Body means the general body of the Parishad.

Treasurer means a person authorized to act in that capacity by the Parishad.

Year means the year commencing from 1st April ending 31st March of the subsequent year.

4. Subscription and Funds of the Parishad 

The Parishad shall receive subscription in the form of funds that shall consist of Grants - in aid, other grant of money, securities, fees, negotiable instruments, other forms of assistance from other sources, Central or State Govt. other agencies, other local bodies and individuals in India or abroad.

a) All donations to the Parishad shall be made in the name of Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad. The designated officer would issue a receipt to every donor. All donations received shall be unconditional and irrevocable.

b) All donations to the Parishad shall be made in the name of Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad. The designated officer would issue a receipt to every donor. All donations received shall be unconditional and irrevocable.

c) The Parishad may by a resolution authorize one or more members of the executive committee to operate the bank account.

5. General Body

5.1 Members
a) The General Body shall consist of not more than forty persons from various bodies- Medical and Public Health Department and other sectors of the Government (State, central or autonomous), Non Government organizations, Voluntary organizations or individuals etc.

b) At present General Body of the Parishad will consist of the following members :

  • Health Minister, Govt. of Delhi, President
  • Principal Secretary (H & FW), Govt of Delhi, Vice President
  • Principal Secretary (Finance), Govt of Delhi
  • Director (ISM & H), Govt. of Delhi
  • Director, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, GOI
  • Advisor/Dy. Advisor (Homoeo), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India
  • Principal, Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Govt. of Delhi
  • Director Health Services
  • Deputy Health Officer (Homoeopathy), MCD
  • Joint Director (Admn), Dte. of ISM & Homoeopathy, Govt. of Delhi
  • Dy. Director(Homoeopathy), Govt. of Delhi
  • Assistant Director (Homoeopathy), Govt. of Delhi
  • Chairman, Homoeopathic Advisory Committee, Delhi
  • Chairman, Board of Homoeopathic System of Medicine, Delhi.
  • Nine Experts in Homoeopathy.
  • Two Scientists one each in Pharmacology, Botany or Biophysics
  • One expert in modern medicine

5.2 Term of the office

The officers nominated in their ex-officio capacity shall remain members as long as they hold the office by virtue of which they are members. The term of other members shall be for three years. However; they will be eligible for re-nomination. The president can invite in a meeting up to three more individuals in the interest of the functioning of the Parishad.

5.3 Rights, Powers and Duties of the General Body
Subject to the provisions of these rules and regulations, the above committee shall have the following powers and functions:

  1. The General Body shall have all such powers and shall perform all such functions as are necessary or proper for the achievement of and furtherance of the objectives of the Parishad. 
  2. All property, movable, immovable or of any kind shall vest with the General Body.
  3. To discuss, finalize and approve plans and proposals of the Parishad.
  4. To discuss, finalize, approve and adopt annual reports, financial statements of accounts, financial estimate, budget allotment and financial requirements of the Parishad.
  5. To approve and recover fees and charges for the services rendered by the Parishad, to raise funds, as deemed fit and necessary for the purpose and objectives of the Parishad.
  6. To sue and to be sued and defend all legal proceeding on behalf of the Parishad.
  7. To direct executive committee to perform all such acts and do all such things as may be necessary for the proper management of the properties and affairs of the Parishad.
  8. To appoint auditors of the Parishad.
  9. To make/modify/change rules and regulations for the management of the affairs of the Parishad when required.
  10. The General Body may delegate its specific rights, powers and duties and assign such functions and responsibilities as are considered necessary to the Executive Committee. 

5.4 Meeting(s) of the General Body

5.4 (i) General Body Meeting

Subject to the provisions of the Act, the General Body shall meet as often as required but at least once in a year.

5.4 (ii) Special Meetings

The President may convene special meeting(s) of the General Body to consider any matter of special importance or urgency or on the written requisition of not less than one thirds of the members of the General Body specifying the purpose for which the meeting is proposed to be called.

At such special meeting(s), no business other than the business included in the notice of the meeting shall be conducted.

5.5 Notice of the Meeting

A Written Notice shall be issued by the Member Secretary or any person so authorized by the President in this regard shall convene every meeting .Every notice calling for the meeting of the General Body shall be issued to every member not less than twenty-one days before the day fixed for the meeting.

In the case of special meetings notice shall be issued seven days before the day fixed for the meeting.

5.6 Quorum

One third of the total membership in position shall constitute the quorum for any meeting of the General Body. In case of inadequate quorum in a meeting the meeting shall be adjourned to a date and time as fixed by the presiding officer and in such cases no quorum shall apply.

5.7 Presiding Officer

The President of the Parishad shall preside over the meetings of the General Body. In the absence of the President and the Vice-President the members present shall choose one from amongst themselves to preside over the meeting.

5.8 Voting

In case of difference of opinion amongst the members on any matter under discussion in a meeting, the opinion of the majority present shall prevail. In case the votes for and against a particular issue are equal, the president can exercise his/her casting vote.

6. Executive Committee

6.1 Tenure of the office

The officers nominated in their ex-officio capacity shall remain members as long as they hold the office by virtue of which they are members. The term of other members shall be for three years However; they will be eligible for re-nomination. The Chairman can co-opt one or more individuals as members of Executive Committee in the interest of the functioning of the Parishad.

6.2 Meeting (s) of the Executive Committee

a. The Executive committee shall ordinarily meet once in two months or more often if necessary.

b. The Chairman of the Executive Committee may convene Special Meeting of the Executive Committee to consider any matter of special importance or urgency or on the written requisition of not less than one thirds of the members of Executive Committee specifying the purpose for which the meeting is proposed to be called.

6.3 Notice of the Meetings

A written notice issued under the hand of member secretary or any other member of the parishad so authorized in this regard shall convene every meeting of the Executive committee. Every notice calling for the meeting of the Executive Committee shall be issued to every member not less than one week before the day fixed for the meeting.

In the case of special meetings notice shall be issued three days before the day fixed for the meeting.

6.4 Quorum

One half of the total membership in position shall constitute the quorum for any meeting of the General Body. In case of inadequate quorum in a meeting the meeting shall be adjourned to a date and time as fixed by the presiding officer and in such cases no quorum shall apply.

6.5 Presiding Officer

The Chairman of the Parishad shall preside over the meetings of the Executive Committee. In the absence of the Chairman and the members present shall choose one from amongst themselves to preside over the meeting.

The tenure of the Executive Committee shall be for a period of three years.

6.7 Powers, Rights and Duties of the Executive Committee

      Subject to general control and directions of the general body, the Executive Committee shall be responsible for the management and administration of the affairs of the Parishad in accordance with the rules and bye-laws made thereunder for the furtherance of the objects and shall have all powers which may be necessary or expedient for the purpose including:-

(a) To lay down broad policies to carry out the purpose of the Parishad

(b) To review and sanction budget estimates.

(c)To sanction expenditure as necessary on the activities included in the approved plans and proposals.

(d) To create posts and recruit and appoint staff.

(e) To propose byelaws, including amendments to existing bye-laws, for consideration and adoption by the General Body.

(f) To approve the Annual Reports, prepared by the Member Secretary, to be placed before the General Body for its approval / adoption.

(g) The executive committee may by resolution appoint one or more sub committee for such purpose and with such powers as may be specified by it.

(h) The executive committee can delegate any of its functions to the Member Secretary or any other member, individually or jointly as deemed necessary..

(i) To receive grants-in-aid, accept other grant of money, gifts, donations and contributions in kind or cash, securities, fees, negotiable instruments, other forms of assistance from other sources Central and State Governments, other national and international agencies and other local bodies and enter in to any agreement or arrangements for receiving such assistance.

(j) To acquire by gifts, purchase, exchange, lease or otherwise land, buildings or other and immovable properties together with all rights pertaining thereof.

(k) To enter into agreement for and on behalf of the Parishad.

(l) In case of difference of opinion among the members on a issue at any meeting the opinion of the majority shall prevail.

6.8 Resolution by circulation

Any business in respect of which the Chairman is satisfied that the matter is urgent and that it is not possible to hold a meeting of the Executive Committee in the near future, such urgent business, may be carried out by circulation amongst all its members and any resolution so circulated and approved by majority of members of the Executive Committee shall be effective and binding as if such resolution has been passed by a meeting of the Executive Committee.

7.Functions and powers of the officers Bearers

The functions and the powers of the office bearers shall be as follows:-

7.1 President

a. President shall preside over the General Body meetings.
b. The President shall be the sole and absolute authority to judge the validity of the votes cast by members at all General Body meetings.
c. In case the votes for and against a particular issue are equal, the president can exercise his/her casting vote.
d. The President may direct the Convenor to call a special meeting at a short notice whenever necessary.
e. President shall nominate the members of General Body, Executive Committee and other sub-committees.

7.2 Vice President

In the absence of the President the Vice-President shall exercise all the powers of the President.

7.3 Chairman

a. Chairman shall preside over all the Executive committee meetings.

b. Chairman shall coordinate the efforts of various Executive Committee members for the development of the Parishad.

c. The Chairman shall be the sole and absolute authority to judge the validity of the votes cast by members at all Executive committee meetings.

d. In case the votes for and against a particular issue are equal, the Chairman can exercise his /her casting vote.

e. The Chairman may direct the Member Secretary to call a special meeting of the Executive Committee at a short notice whenever necessary.

f. The Chairman shall present the report of the Executive Committee meetings of the Parishad in the meetings of the General Body.

7.4 Member Secretary


a. The Member Secretary shall be responsible for the day to day management of the affairs of the Parishad subject to the terms and conditions of the Executive Committee. He/she shall exercise such powers as may be delegated to him from time to time by the Executive Committee.

b. He/she shall be responsible for management of staffs both full times of the Parishad. He/she shall exercise control and discipline over the employees of the Parishad.

c. To purchase articles and materials including Drugs and Equipment needed for the Parishad and for carrying out the objectives of the Parishad.

d. He/she shall arrange for the audit of the accounts of the Parishad by the auditors appointed by the General Body of the Parishad.

e. He/she shall convene the meetings of the Executive Committee, and shall prepare the agenda for the meetings and minutes of such meetings for circulation to the members.


f. The Member Secretary in consultation with the Chairman shall execute all contracts on behalf of the Parishad

g. For the purposes of the section 6 of the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (applicable to the National Capital Territory of Delhi), the person in whose name the Parishad may sue or be sued shall be the Member Secretary of the Parishad.

h). The Member Secretary shall convene the meetings of the General Body; prepare the agenda for the meetings and minutes of such meetings for circulation to the members.

i). The Member Secretary shall sign all deeds and documents on behalf of the Parishad according to the directions of the General Body.

j). The Member Secretary shall be responsible for the coordination for the execution of all policies adopted in different meetings of the General Body.

7.5 Nothing in these rules and regulations shall prevent the Chairman and Member Secretary from exercising all powers of Executive Committee in case of emergencies for furtherance of the objectives of the Parishad and action taken shall be reported to the Executive Committee at the next meeting of the Committee and ex post-facto approval.

8. Funds of the Parishad Accounts and Audit

8.1 The funds of the Parishad shall consist of the following: -

a. Grants in aid, other grant of money, securities, fees, negotiable instruments, other forms of assistance from other sources, Central and State government, other agencies and other local bodies and individuals in India or abroad.

b. All donations to this Parishad shall be made in the name of 'Dilli Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad.

c. The designated officer would issue a receipt to every donor.

d. All donations received shall be unconditional and irrevocable.

e. The Parishad may by a resolution authorize one or more members of the Governing Body to operate the bank account.

8.2 The funds of the Parishad shall be spent on the following items

a. The funds of the Parishad shall be spent towards the promotion of the aims and objectives of the Parishad.

b. The payment of salaries, allowances and expenses to the persons employed by the Parishad.

c. The payment of expenses for the administration of the Parishad including office maintenance, traveling expenses, audit of the accounts of the general funds etc. of the Parishad.

d. The payment for any legal proceedings which the Parishad or any member if authorized by the Parishad thereof is a party when such proceedings are undertaken for the purpose of securing or protecting the rights and interest of the Parishad and its members subject to section 6 of the Societies Registration Act, 1860

8.3. Accounts of the Parishad

a. The funds of the Parishad shall be deposited in one or more accounts opened with a nationalized bank. The bank account of the Parishad will be operated under the signatures of at least two persons so authorized by the executive committee.

b.The executive committee at its discretion can allow cash balance that may be held by the Member Secretary to meet sundry expenses of the Parishad.

8.4 Keeping of Accounts

The Executive Committee shall arrange for the proper maintenance of accounts with respect to:

a. All sums of money received and expended by Parishad and the matters in respect of which receipts and expenditure take place.

b. All sales and purchases of goods by the Parishad and

c. The assets and liabilities of the Parishad.

8.5 Financial Year

The accounting year for the Parishad will be from Ist April to 31st March. The annual income and expenditure accounts and balance sheet of the Parishad shall be presented at the annual general body meeting within five months of the close of the accounting year, duly audited by the competent auditor nominated by the general body. 

9. Audit

The accounts of the Parishad shall be audited annually by the expenditure incurred in connection with the audit of accounts of the Parishad shall be payable by the Parishad. The auditors shall gave the right to demand production of books, accounts, vouchers and other documents and papers and to inspect the offices of the Parishad. 

10. Annual List of Executive Committees

Once in every year a list of the office bearer and members of members of the Governing body of the Society shall be filed with the Registrar of the Societies, Delhi as required under Section 4 of the Societies Registration Act 1860 then entrusted with the management of the affairs of the Parishad

11. Income and Property

The income and property of the Parishad however, derived shall be applied towards the promotion of the objects thereof as set forth in the Memorandum subject nevertheless to the conditions the Government of India, or Government of Delhi as the case may be may from time to time impose in respect of expenditure of grants made by them. No portion of the income and property of the Parishad shall be paid or transferred, directly or indirectly, by way of dividends, bonus or otherwise howsoever, by way of profit, to the persons who at any of them provided that nothing therein contained shall prevent the payment in good faith of remuneration to any member thereof or other person in return for any service rendered to the Parishad or for travelling allowance, halting allowances or other similar charges irrespective of caste, creed, religion , sex etc.

12. Legal proceedings

The Parishad may sue or be sued in the name of the Chairman /Member Secretary as per provisions lay down under section 6 of the Societies Registration Act 1860 as applicable to the Union Territory of Delhi

13. Amendment of the Constitution

Amendment to the above Memorandum and Rules may be effected by the General Body either at its ordinary or special meeting provided due notice of the proposed amendment or amendments is given to the convenor of the general body and not less than four weeks prior to the meeting and provided due notice has been given of such amendment or amendments for consideration by a special meeting of general body. At such meeting the amendment shall be carried if not less than two thirds of the members present and voting, vote in favour of the proposed amendment. 

14. Dissolution and adjustment of affairs

If on the winding up or dissolution of the Parishad there shall remain, after the satisfaction of all the debts and liabilities, any property whatsoever, the same shall not be paid to or distributed among the members of the Parishad or any of them and shall be consistently utilized with the objectives of the Parishad and will be dealt in such a manner as the State Government may determine.

15. Applicability of the Act

All the provisions of the under all the sections of the Societies Registration Act of 1860 Of Delhi as applicable to the Union Territory of Delhi shall apply to this Parishad.

16. Essential Certification

Certified that this is the correct copy of rules and regulations of the Parishad.

Profile
  • Mr. Satyender Jain
    Hon'ble Health Minister

  • Mr. Amar Nath
    Secretary (Health & FW) 
    Health and Family Welfare
    Delhi Secretariat, IP Estate, New Delhi 

  • Sh. Sanjay Gihar
    Director, ISM&H

  • Dr. Surender Verma
    Deputy Director
    Homoeopathic Wing

  • Dr.Surender Verma
    Principal, Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital

  • Dr Surender Verma 
    Principal, Dr Surender Verma Homoeopathic Medical College,
    Hospital and Research Centre

 


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