The Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy (MARBH) has been constituted under section 18, of the National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020 as an Autonomous Board under the overall supervision of the Commission, to perform the functions assigned in the Act. The Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy consist of a President from the discipline of Homoeopathy and two Members, out of whom one Member is from the discipline of Homoeopathy and the other Member is an acceditation expert under section 19 of NCH Act, 2020
Former Assistant Director and Principal, National Homoeopathy Research Institute In Mental Health, Kottayam (under CCRH, Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India).
Former Senior Consultant, Mar Sleeva Medicity, Palai, Kottayam
To lay down policies for regulating homoeopathic medical institutions and homoeopathic medical education, and make necessary regulations in this behalf; has an objective periodic and transparent assessment of medical institutions and facilitate to improve the educational system all over the country, at par with other approved systems of medicine.
(a) determine the process of assessment and rating of medical institutions on the basis of their compliance with the standards laid down by the Homoeopathy Education Board, in accordance with the regulations made under this Act;
(b) grant permission for establishment of a new medical institution or to start any post-graduate course or to increase number of seats, in accordance with the provisions of section 29;
(c) carry out inspections of medical institutions for assessing and rating such institutions in accordance with the regulations made under this Act:
Provided that the Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy may, if it deems necessary, hire and authorise any other third party agency or persons for carrying out inspections of medical institutions for assessing and rating such institutions; Provided further that where inspection of medical institutions is carried out by such third party agency or persons authorised by the Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy, it shall be obligatory on such institutions to provide access to such agency or person;
(d) conduct, or where it deems necessary, empanel independent rating agencies to conduct, assess and rate all medical institutions, within such period of their opening, and every year thereafter, at such time, and in such manner, as may be specified by regulations;
(e) make available on its website or in public domain, the assessment and ratings of medical institutions at regular intervals, in accordance with the regulations made under this Act;
(f) take such measures, including issuing warning, imposition of monetary penalty, reducing intake or stoppage of admissions and recommending to the Commission for withdrawal of recognition, against a medical institution for its failure to maintain the minimum essential standards specified by the Homoeopathy Education Board, in accordance with the regulations made under this Act.
|Dr. K.R.Janardanan Nair
|Dr. Anand Kumar Chaturvedi
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Dr. K.R.Janardanan Nair, President
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