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Delhi Homoeopathic Rules, 1958



Date the 15th May, 1958
25 Vaishakh 1880

No.F.32. (10)/58-M & PH- In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-Section (2) of section I of the Delhi Homeopathic Act, 1956(Delhi Act, II of 1956), the Chief Commissioner, Delhi, hereby appoints the 15th May, 1958 as the date on which the said Act shall come into force.


1. These rules may be called the Delhi Homeopathic Rules, 1958.
2. In these rules unless the context otherwise requires,
(1) "Act" means the Delhi Homeopathic Act, 1956.
(2) "Board" means the Board of Homeopathic System of Medicine, Delhi.
(3) "Form" means a form appended to these Rules.
(4) "Section" means a section of the Act.

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3. Every non-official member of the board shall be entitled to a fees of Rs. 8/- for each day of attendace at a meeting of the Board in addition to the travelling expenses admissible to him.

4. The travelling allowance of the official members for journeys performed for attending meetings of the board shall be paid in accordance with the travelling allowance rules contained in the supplementary Rules and the travelling expenses of non-official of Delhi members will be paid at the rates admissible to class II officers of Delhi Administration.

5. The Board may appoint sub-committees from amongst its members to report upon any matter which it may deem necessary to refer to them.

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6.(1) The Registrar shall be a whole-time salaried officer in the grade of Rs. 200-10-300 and he shall receive such allowances as may be admissible to a Government servant of similar scale under Delhi Administration.

Provided that the Board may, with the previous approval of the State Government, appoint any person as part-time Registrar, and the persons so appointed may be paid such remuneration as the State Government may determine.

(2) The appointed of the Registrar shall be on probation for one year, after which he will be confirmed by the Board with the previous approval of the State Government, if the Board is satisfied as to his efficiency and general conduct. The probationary period may, however , be further extended by one year, if considered necessary by the board.

(3) The general civil services (conduct) rules and the central civil services (classification ,control and appeal )rules shall mutatismutandis apply to the registrar.

7. The registrar shall fulfill all the duties that may be required of him by the Act and the rules the regulations for the time being of the board .

8. The registrar shall be present at every meeting of the board and shall record minutes of the proceeding at such meeting .

9. The registrar shall conduct and have charge of the correspondence of the board and shall issue all requisite notices in the manner laid down in these rules .

10.Except on public holidays the office of the registrar shall remain open during the office hours observed by Delhi Administration. The Registrar shall not absent himself from duty without the permission of the Chairman.

11. The Registrar shall be incharge of the Board’s office and shall exercise powers of supervision, direction and control.
11-A. For the purpose of sub section (2) of section 44, the Registrar is empowered to lodge complaints in respect of offences under this Act.

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