THE PUNJAB AYURVEDIC AND UNANI PRACTITIONERS (GENERAL) RULES 1964
1 Every registred Practitioner shall get his registration renwed within one month of the expiry of the period of registration on payment of a fee of Three hundred rupees only.
2. If the registered practioner may get hissar. Name re-entered in the register by the Registrar on payment of additional fee of one hundred ruppes within two months after the expiry of the period provided for renewal in sub rule (1).
4. [Section 14(3) and (15)(1)]. (1) Every Registered Practitioner shall send to the Registrar immediate notice of any change in his address and shall also promptly answer all such enquires as may be made from him by the Registrar in regard thereto, in order that his correct address may be entered in the Register.
(2). A Registered Practioner who changes his name shall immediately inform the Registrar about his changed name and shall satisfy the Registrar that he has already notified the fact of the change of his name in a newspaper having a wide circulation in the area in which he carries on his business and published in the leading newspaper in English and Hindi of that area. The Registrar shall, on being so satisfied, correct the Register accordingly. He shall also, on being required to do so by the registered practitioner, make necessary correction in the Registration Certificate.
5. [Section 14 (4)(1)]. (1) A Registered Practitioner who obtains any further degrees, diploma’s; certificates or other qualifications in Ayurvedic System or Unani System or other recognized medical degrees diplomas or certificates and is desirous of getting the same entered in the Register shall make an application to the Registrar about the same along with a fee of one hundred rupees. He shall also furnish along with his application the original degrees, diplomas or certificates, as the case may be, on the basis of which the entry in the Register is sought.
(2). If the Registrar, on receipt of the application under sub-rule (1) and after making such further enquiry as he may deem proper, is satisfied that the applicant is entitled to have entered in the Register the degrees, diplomas or certificates, as the case may be obtained by him, he shall do so. If he is not so satisfied he will giving appropriate causes for rejection:
Provided that no order rejecting any applications shall be passed without giving the applicant an opportunity of being heard.
(3). The application is not rejected may get his Registration Certificate amended from the Registrar on the basis of the entries made in the Register under sub-rule (2).
6. [Sections 15 and 54(1)]. If a Registration Certificate is lost, destroyed or mutilated, the Registrar shall on being satisfied about the same, issue a duplicate Registration Certificate on the application of the practitioner in whose favor the certificate, which has been lost, destroyed or mutilated was issued. A fee of one hundred fifty rupees shall be paid by the registered practitioner for the issue of a duplicate Certificate.
7. [Under section 16 S: and 54(1)] When information reaches the office of the Board that a practitioner has been sentenced by a Criminal Court to imprisonment for such offence involving moral turpitude as been declared by the State Government under clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 16 or has been guilty of professional misconduct or other infamous conduct, the Registrar shall make an abstract of such information and place the same before the Board for such action as the Board may like to take under the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 16.
Provided that the Board shall, before passing any order under sub-section (1) of section 16, give the practitioner concerned an opportunity of being heard.
8. [Section 14(5), 16(1) and 54(1)]. A Registered Practioner whose name is removed from the Register by the Register by the Register under sub-section (5) of section 14 or by the Board under sub-section (1) of section 16 shall on receipt of an intimation of such removal forthwith surrender his Registration Certificate to the Registrar.
9. (1) [Section 14(5),16(2) and 51(1)]. Any practioner whose name is removed from the Register by the Registrar under sub-section (5) of section 14 or whose name has been prohibited to be entered in or is removed from the Register by the Board under sub-section (1) of section 16 and who is desirous of getting his name entered or re-entered, as the case may be, under the proviso to sub-section (5) of section 14 or under sub-section (2) of section 16, shall make and application addressed to the Chairman.
(2). Each such application shall be in writing stating the grounds on which the application is made and shall be accompanied by a fresh registration fee if twenty five rupees. It shall also be accompanied by a Certificate of two Registered Practitioners regarding the identity of the applicant.
10. [Sections 26 and 54(1)]. (1) The list of practitioners referred to in sub-section (1) of section 26 shall be posted at a conspicuous place outside the office of the Board and the fact of its having been printed and so posted shall be given adequate publicity through such newspaper or newspapers having wide circulation in the State of Haryana, as the Board may decide.
(2). In the case of practitioners registered in Part II of the Register the list shall, instead of indicating the qualifications of a practitioner, indicate the system in which he is carrying on his practice.
11. [Section 24 and 54(2) (i)]. (1) The fees for the supply of certified copies of any order passed by the Board or the Registrar or of any entry in the Register shall be charged at the rate of one hundred rupee:
Provided that if the applicant desires to have a copy urgently, he will have to pay double the amount of fees calculated as above subject to a minimum of two hundred rupees.
(2). In the case of urgent application the copy sought for shall be ready for the delivery to the applicant by the close of office hours of the day following that on which the application is made.
12. [Sections 18 and 54(2) (g)]. (1) Every appeal preferred to the Board under section 18 shall be addressed to the Chairman of the Board and shall be accompanied by a fee of:
(a). Two hundred rupees if it is an appeal against the order of the Registrar passed against the appellant;
(b). five hundred rupees if it is an appeal against the order of the Registrar passed against any person other than the appellant;
(2). Every appeal shall be deemed to have been duly presented if the same is sent by registered post, or is delivered personally or through an agent authorized in writing by the appellant, in the office of the Board.
(3). Every appeal shall by accompanied by a certified copy of the order appealed against and shall contain the following particulars:
(a) the date of the order against which the appeal is preferred;
(b). the grounds of appeal briefly but clearly set out. (4). Every appeal shall be signed by the appellant and verifi
ed in the manner laid down in the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, for the verification of grounds of appeal.
13. [Sections 18 and 54 (2) (g)]. (1). If the appeal is not preferred in the manner laid down in the preceding rule or is not accompanied by the prescribed fee it shall be summarily rejected.
(2). If the appeal is not rejected under sub-rule (1) the Board shall decide the same after giving the appellant, and where the appeal is against the order of the Registrar passed in relation to any person other than the appellant, after giving such person an opportunity of being heard. Every decision of the Board shall be communicated to the Registrar who shall give affect to the same.
14. [Sections 14 (2) and 54 (2) (d)] Each part of the Register shall be further sub-divided into the following two sections:- Section A-containing the names of Registered Practitioners who follow the Ayurvedic System.
Section B-containing the names of Registered Practitioners who follow the Unani System.
15. [Sections 14(2) and 54(2) (d)] The Register shall show in respect of each Practitioner, the following particulars:-
(a). Registration Number.
(b). Full name, in case of married woman, her maiden name and full married name.
(c). Father’s name.
(d). Date of birth.
(f). Place or places and period or periods of training.
(g). Nature of qualifications and dates on which these qualifications were obtained in the case of practitioners registered in Part I of the Register.
(h). System in which practicing in the case of Practitioners Registered in Part II of the Register.
(i). Date of Registration (under this heading the date when new Registration number is allotted to a practitioner already registered under the East Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Act, 2008 B.K., shall be mentioned and in case of fresh registration the date when the name is entered in the Register shall be noted).
16. [Sections 14 (2) and 54(2) (d)]. Each page of the Register shall be verified by the Registrar’s signatures.
7. [S. 54 (1)] For consisting of minimum of three members of the Board as it may deem fit for carrying out the required function as may be assigned to it by the Board.
Provided that nothing in this rule shall be deemed to empower a Committee so appointed to exercise such functions as are specifically mentioned in the Act to be performed by the Board or any other authority.
18. [Sections 3(2) and 54(1)]. The common seal referred to in sub-section (2) of section 3 shall be kept by the Registrar in his custody. It shall be affixed on each Registration Certificate which is issued under the provisions of these rules and on such other documents as the Chair-man may, by order, direct.
19. [Section 22 and 54 (2) (h)] Each member shall be entitled to get an allowance as per government rates per day for attending a meeting of the Board or any Committee thereof which shall be paid in addition to the traveling allowance admissible to him under these rules.
20. [Sections 22 and 54 (2)(h)] For attending meetings of the Board or any Committee thereof the official members shall be paid traveling allowance in accordance with the provisions of the Punjab Traveling Allowance Rules as amended from time to time. Non-official members will be allowed T.A at first class railway fare but the allowance for incidental expenses will be paid to them at half the second class fare and if the line by which they travel does provide second class accommodation, 8 paise per mile.
[For the journey undertaken by road, non-official members will be allowed traveling allowance at the rates admissible to Class I Officers of the grade I, in accordance with the provisions of the Punjab Traveling Allowance Rules as amended from time to time].
21. [Section 25]. The Board shall open an account in the state Bank of India [or the State Bank of Patiala] and all moneys received by it shall be deposited in the Bank subject to the provisions of rule 22
22. [Section 25 and (54)(1)]. All moneys payable to the Board shall be received on behalf of the Board by the Registrar or any other employee of the Board authorized by him in writing in this behalf, and shall be deposited in the Bank of the day following that on which these are received.
Provided that the Registrar may keep with him an amount not exceeding two thousand rupees as imprest money.
23. [Section 54 (1)]. All moneys received or spent on behalf of the Board shall, without any reservation be brought to the accounts of the Board in the General Cash Book to be maintained in the form given in Appendix C under the direct supervision of the Registrar and in his absence under the supervision of an employee of the Board authorized by him in writing.
24. [Sections 25 and 54 (1)]. (1) The Registrar shall in the month of July each year cause to be prepared a statement of the income and expenditure of the preceding financial year ending 31st March and draw the attention of the Board to such matters which appear to him necessary for being brought to the notice of the Board.
(2). The statement referred in sub-rule (1) shall be caused to be prepared by the Registrar under the direction of the Committee appointed by the Board for this purpose.
25. [Section 25 and 54(1)]. The Registrar shall in the month of October, each year, or on such date as the Chairman may fix, cause to the prepared an estimate of the income and the expenditure of the Board for the year commencing on the 1st of April, of the next ensuing year and shall submit the same to the Board.
(2). The estimate shall make provision for the fulfillment of the liabilities of the Board and for effectually carrying out the purposes of the Act.
(3). The Board shall consider the estimates submitted to it under sub-rule (1) and may sanction the same without any alteration or subject to such alterations as it may deem fit.
26. [Section 25 and 54 (1)]. The Board may, at any time, during the year for which any estimate has been sanctioned cause a supplementary estimate to be prepared and submitted to it. Every such supplementary estimate shall be considered by the Board in the same manner as if it were an original annual estimate . No expenditure shall be incurred which is not duly provided in the estimate sanctioned under sub-rule (3) of rule 25 or in a supplementary estimate.
27. [Section 25 and 54(1)]. A bill or other voucher presented as a claim for money, shall be received and examined by the Registrar. If the claim be for an amount not exceeding two hundred rupees and the bill is in order, he shall pay the amount out of the permanent advance. If the claim be for an amount exceeding two hundred rupees payment shall not be made until it has been examined and passed by the Chairman.
28. [Section 25 and 54 (1)]. Amount received by the Board towards fees shall not be refunded under any circumstances. The amount thus received shall remain credited to the account of the Board:
Provided that any amount paid by a practitioner in excess of the prescribed fees shall be credited to the suspense account of the Board and may be refunded if claimed within a period of three years and if no claim for refund is made within the aforesaid period the amount shall be credited to the account of the Board.
29. [Section 25 and 54 (1)]. The accounts of the Board shall be operated upon by the Registrar and the Chairman and in the absence of the Chairman by the Registrar and the Vice-Chairman.
30. [Sections 25 and 54 (1)]. The East Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Rules, 1949 and the Pepsu Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Rules, 1953, in so far as they relate to matters prescribed in these rules are hereby re-pealed; Provided that the repeal shall not affect anything done or any action taken under the repealed rules which shall be deemed to have been done or taken under the corresponding provisions of these rules.
Board of Ayurvedic and Unani System of Medicine,
Application for Registration under section 15 of the Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practioners Act, 1963.
I am to request you to please register my name as an Ayurvedic/Unani Practitioner in Part I/II of the Register maintained under the Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Act, 1963. Necessary particulars concerning my case are given here below for your information and record
Signature of the applicant.
Note :- All cuttings in the application form must be signed by the Applicant himself.
1. Name of the applicant
(in block letters)
2. (a) Married name if any
(to be filled in block letters by married women only).
3. Father’s/husband’s name
4. Place where practicing /will practice Village/Mohalla
5. Date of birth
(Attach a copy of certificate in support of date of birth).
6. System in which practicing (Ayurvedic/Unani)
7. (a) Name and address of recognized Faculty/Board/University where studied.
(b) Period of Study in the institutions mentioned above
(c) The name of examination passed .
(d) Year in which passed.
8. If studied privately, intimate:-.
(a). (Name and address of Guru).
(b). Period of study .
9. Period of practice, From.
10. If Registered/Enlisted with any State Board?.
(a). Registration/Enlistment number .
(Enclose a copy of Certificate)..
(b). Name of the State Board.
11. (a) Two thousand five hundred rupees for making entry in the register, and one rupees for the issue of Registration Certificate have been sent,-vide money .
order No. ,date
(b). In case the fee is paid in cash please give official receipt No.
(1). The Registration fee may be sent by money order or may be given in cash to the Registrar, Board of Ayurvedic and Unani Systems of Medicine, Haryana Chandigarh
(2). The diploma/degree of the recognized institutions may be sent along with this application.
(3). Strike out the columns/words which are not applicab
Signature of the applicant
|I,||,son/daughter of shri|
|resident of village||,post office|
|district||,and to practice at village/Mohalla|
|police station ;||,tehsil|
|district||,solemnly declare as follows|
(a). That I have not been convicted and sentenced by Criminal Court to imprisonment for any offence involving moral turpitude.
(b). That I have not been adjudicated by a competent Court to be of un-sound mind.
(c). That I am not an undischarged insolvent.
(d). That my name has not been removed from the Register of Practitioner maintained by any State Board/Council of Parishad for Professional misconduct.
(e). That I have gone through the Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practioners Act, 1963 and rules framed there under. I promise to the abide by the provisions of the said Act and Rules.
I solemnly declare and affirm that the contents given in my application for registration and in paras (a) to (e) above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I further declare on Oath that nothing relevant has been concealed.
Signature of the applicant
Note:- The affidavit is to be attested by an Oath Commissioner or Magistrate First Class.
Signature of the Attesting authority
Name in full Block Letters.
(To be filled in by the office)
Registration application received on Dairy No.
(a). Fees for making entry in the Register and for issuing certificate received on
|Official receipt No.||,dated|
|Cash Book page No.||,Personal Ledger|
|Signature of the Cashier|
Signature of the Accountant
Order of the Registrar
Original Certificates scrutinized and returned on
Registration Certificate issued,-vide No. ,dated
[See rule 3(4)]
BOARD OF AYURVEDIC AND UNANI SYSTEM’S OF MEDICINE,
I certify that Shri ,son of
Shri ,has been registered in Part
Of the Register maintained under the Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Act,
|1963, as||on||at Chandigarh.|
Date of birth
(i). This certificate entitles the holder to practice within the State of Punjab only.
(ii). The certificate remains evidence of Registration only until the publication of the Printed Register for the year. 19.
|Place of common seal.||……………….
Every registered practitioner should be careful to sent to the Registrar immediate notice of any change in his address, and also to answer all enquiries that may be sent to him by the Registrar in regard thereto, in order that his correct address may be duly inserted in the Register. Otherwise under section 14(5) of the Punjab Ayurvedic and Unani Practitioners Act, 1963, the name of such practitioner is liable to be removed from the Register
(See rule 23)
BOARD OF AYURVEDIC AND UNANI SYSTEM’S OF MEDICINE, HARYANA
GENERAL CASH BOOK
|Month||Date||Folio.No Classified Abstract||Departmetal Major, minor And detailed Heads and sub-head of Account||Particulars of Receipts and Name of the Persons from whom received||Number of Bank Receipt and date||Amount||Daily Total||Remmittance to Bank
No. and date of bank receipt
The Board of Ayurvedic and Unani System of Medicine,
Haryana, Regulations 1976
The 1976. No.:-
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