Tag: Medical Laws

No Government doctor can claim the right to private practice.

It was submitted on behalf of the petitioners that the field of public health is being served by these petitioners and if they are restrained from doing so, public will be deprived of their services which would not therefore, be in public interest. I do not find any merits in this contention. The petitioners do not give (service) after office hours without charging fees. Their fees cannot be paid by hungry, indigent persons. They are approached by those who can afford to pay them. So, the majority of these deprived persons are not going to get any benefit from them. They have to depend on the hospital and dispensaries set up by the Government for public benefit. The right of the petitioners to practise the profession of medicine cannot be said to have been violated by the impugned rules.

Medical Degrees in India

ALLOPATHY MEDICAL DEGREES GRADUATE MBBS PG DIPLOMA (WITH BASIC DEGREE AS MBBS) IN SPECIALTY/SUPER SPECIALTY Diploma in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology Diploma in Radio-Diagnosis Diploma in Radio Therapy Diploma in Medical Virology Diploma in Occupational […]

Medical Law & Ethics

Medical Practitioner`S Guide– Clinical Establishment Laws- Drugs & Pharmaceutical Laws– Clinical Equipment Law- Medical Education  Laws – Hand Book For Medical Stores & Sales- Prohibited Medical Practice- Mental Health Care– National Health Policy […]

Pharmacy Council

 Ref : THE PHARMACY ACT, 1948 THE PHARMACY COUNCIL OF INDIA 3. Constitution and composition of Central Council.—The Central Government shall, as soon as may be, constitute a Central Council consisting of the […]

Indian Nurses Register

Ref: THE INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL ACT, 1947  S 15A. Indian Nurses Register.––(1) The Council( Nursing Council u/s 3) shall cause to be maintained in the prescribed manner a register of nurses, midwives, auxiliary […]