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EXTRAORDINARY
Hkkx III—[k.M 4
PART III—Section 4
izkf/dkj ls izdkf'kr
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY
la- 397] ubZ fnYyh] lkseokj] uoEcj 7] 2016@dk£rd 16] 1938
No. 397] NEW DELHI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2016/KARTIKA 16, 1938

Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~


vf/klwpuk
ubZ fnYyh] 7 uoEcj] 2016

la- 11&76@2016 ¼;w-th-jsxq½-—Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~] vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ dh /kkjk 36 dh mi&/kkjk
¼1½ ds [kaM ¼>½] ¼Œk½ vkSj ¼V½ ds }kjk iznRr 'kfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~] dsUnz ljdkj dh iwoZ Lohd`fr ls
^^Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 1986 esa vkxs la’kks/ku djrs gq, fuEu
fofu;eksa dk fuekZ.k djrh gS] ;Fkk%&
1-laf{kIr uke ,oa izkjEHk %&
¼1½ bu fofu;eksa dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 2016 dgk
tk;sxkA

¼2½ ;s fofu;e ljdkjh jkti= esa muds izdk’ku dh frfFk ls izHkkoh gksaxsA

2- Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 1986 dh fo|eku vuqlwph&3 ds fy,
fuEu dks izfrLFkkfir fd;k tk,xk] ;Fkk %&

vuqlwph&III
¼fofu;e 7 ns[ksa½

dkfey &,&frc&ok&&tjkgr ikB~;dze gsrq U;wure ekud


1- ;wukuh f’k{kk ds mís'; ,oa iz;kstu -& ;wukuh dh Lukrd f’k{kk dk mn~ns’; O;kid izk;ksfxd ;wukuh ds cqfu;knh fl}karks ds lkFk
vk/kqfud oSKkfud Kku o O;ogkfjd ijh{k.k ds la;qDr xgjh ekSfydrk ds lEiUu mnzeV fonrk ds Lukrdks dks RkS;kj djuk ftlls
os ns’k dh fpfdRlk vkSj LokLF; lsokvksa esa lgk;rk djus ds fy, iw.kZrk l{ke ;wukuh i}fr ds fpfdRld rFkk ’kY; fpfdRld rFkk
vuqla/kkud`r gks ldsxasA
2- izos’kkgZrk %& ;wukuh dh Lukrdh; f’k{kk esa izos’k ;ksX;rk fuEu izdkj gaS %&
(A) dkfey&,&frc ok tjgkr ¼cSpyj vkWWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh½ ch0;w0,e0,l ikB~;dze esa izos’k ds bPNqd vH;kFkhZ
dks fuEu esa mÙkh.kZ gksuk gksxkA

5180 GI/2016 (1)


2 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼d½ foKku fo"k; ds lkFk 12oha d{kk ;k lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkjksa rFkk f’k{kk cksMZ }kjk ekU;rkizkIr dksbZ vU; led{k ijh{kk c’krZs fd
vH;FkhZ us HkkSfrd 'kkL=] jlk;u 'kkL= vkSj tho foKku fo"k;ksa esa 50% leqPp; vadks ds lkFk ijh{kk mRrh.kZ dh gksA vFkok mlds
led{k ijh{kk rFkk vH;kFkkhZ dks ,d fo"k; ds :i esa mnZw ;k vjch ;k Qkjlh HkkÙkk lfgr nloha njtk mÙkh.kZ gksuk pkfg,] vFkok
fo’ofo|ky; ;k cksMZ ;k iathd`r lkslk;Vh] tks Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk ,slh ijh{kk vk;kstu djkus gsrq izkf/kd`r gks] }kjk vk;ksftr izos’k
ijh{kk esa mnwZ mÙkh.kZ gks
¼[k½ vkjf{kr Js.kh ;k fo’ks"k Js.kh tSlk fd ’kkjhfjd fodykax Nk=ksa 10+2 ds cSpyj vkWQ vk;qosZfnd esfMflu ,.M ltZjh esa izos’k gsrq
rr~dky ykxw fu;ekuqlkj vadksa esa NwV nh tk;sxhA
¼x½ fons’kh Nk=ksa ds fy, dksbZ Hkh vU; led{k vgZrk tks fd lEcfU/kr izkf/kdkjh }kjk vuqeksfnr gks A
¼?k½ ,d o"kZ dh vo/kh dh izkx&frc ijh{kkA
(B) izkx&frc ikB~;dze esa izos’k&,d o’khZ; izkx&frc~ ikB~;dze esa izos”k ds bPNqd vH;FkhZ dks fuEu esa mRrh.kZ gksuk
gksxk]&
¼d½ bUVjehfM,V ijh{kk ¼10$2½ ds led{k izkP; vgZrk tSlk fd fuEu rkfydk esa
fofufnZ’V gS( vFkok
Rkkfydk
;wukuh mikf/k ikB~;dze ds izkx&frc ikB~;dze esa izos”k ds iz;kstu gsrq gk;j lSdsUMªh vFkok bUVjehfM,V vFkok 12 oha
ntkZ ds led{k vjch Q+kjlh esa izkP; vgZrk dh lwph&

dze laLFkk dk uke vgZrk


la[;k
1- y[kuÅ fo”ofo|ky; Q+kft+y&,&vnc vFkok
Q+kft+y&,&rQ+lhj
2- nk:y mywe unorqy&mYek] y[kuÅ Q+kft+y
3- nk:y] mywe] nsocan] ftyk&lgkjuiqj Q+kft+y
4- vy&tkfe;r&my lfYQ+;kg] ejdt+h nk:y&mywe] okjk.klh Q+kft+y
5- vjch o Q+kjlh ijh{kk cksMZ] mRrj izns”k] bykgkckn vFkok mRrj Q+kft+y
izns”k enjlk f”k{kk ifj’kn] y[kuÅ
6- Eknjlk Q+St+svke] eÅ ukFk Hkatu] vktex<+ ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
7- nk:y gnhl] eÅ ukFk Hkatu] vkt+ex<+ ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
8- tkfe;r&my&Q+ykg] fcyfj;k xat] vkt+ex<+ ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
9- nk:y mywe v”kjfQ+;k felckgqy mywe] eqckjdiqj] vktex<+ ¼mRrj Q+kft+y
izns”k½
10- Tkkfe;k fljktqy mywe] caw/kh;kj] xksaMk ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
11- tkfe;k Qk:fd;k] lcjkckn] ok;k “kkgxat] ftyk&tkSuiqj ¼mRrj Q+kft+y
izns”k½
12- Eknzkl fo”ofo|ky;] psUubZ vkfnc&,&Q+kft+y
13- nk:y mywe vjch egkfo|ky;] esjB “kgj ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
14- enjlk etkfgj mywe] lgkjuiqj ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
15- jktdh; enjlk&,&vfy;k] jkeiqj Q+kft+y
16- vy&tkfe;rqy bLykfe;k] uwj ckx] BkM+s] eqacbZ Q+kft+y
17- vy&tkfe;r&my eksgEefn;k] eulwjk] ekysxkWao Q+kft+y
18- vy&tkfe;rqy bLykfe;k bl&gkr&my mywe] vDdydqavk] Q+kft+y
ftyk&/kwfy;k
19- fcgkj jkT; enjlk f”k{kk cksMZ] iVuk Q+kft+y
20- Tkkfe;k&rql&lkysgr] jkeiqj ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
21- Eknjlk&rqy&bLykg] ljk;ehj] vktex<+ ¼mRrj izns”k½ Q+kft+y
22- tkfe;k nk:l lyke] eysjdksVyk ¼iatkc½ Q+kft+y
23- [kS:y mywe] vy&tkfe;krqy bLykfe;k] Mqefj;k xat] Q+kft+y
ftyk&fl)kFkZ uxj ¼mRrj izns”k½
24- enjlk nk:y gqnk] ;wlqQiqj] ok;k ukSx<+] ftyk&fl)kFkZ uxj Q+kft+y
¼mRrj izns”k½
25- tkfe;k bLykfe;k vYekgn vks[kyk] ubZ fnYyh vFkok tkfe;k Q+kft+y
bLykfe;k lukfcy] vcqy Q+t+y ,UDyso&II, ubZ fnYyh
26- nk:y mywe vjfc¸;kg bLykfe;k] iksLV duFkkfj;k] Hkk:p ¼xqtjkr½ Q+kft+y
27- nk:y mywe jkf”kfn;k] ukxiqj Q+kft+y
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 3
¼[k½ jkT; ljdkj vFkok lEcfU/kr jkT; f”k{kk cksMZ }kjk ekU;rk izkIr bUVjehfM,V ijh{kk ¼10$2½ ds led{k izkP;
vgZrkA
3. ik£’od izos’k ds }kjk izos’k% dkfey&,&frc&ok&tjkgr ¼cSpyj vkWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh&ch-;w-,e-,l-½ gsrq
vuqer izos”k {kerk dh dqy la[;k esa ls nl lhVsa izfr o’kZ eq[; ikB~;dze esa ikf”Zod izos”k ¼izkx&frc ikB~;dze½ ds }kjk
izos”k gsrq vkjf{kr gksaxhA ckdh lhVsa ik=rk [kaM 2¼d½ esa mYys[k ekunaM dk ikyu djrs gq, Hkjh tk ldrh gSA
4. ikB~;dze dh vof/k% ¼d½ izkx frc ikB~;dze% ikB~;dze dh vof/k ,d o’kZ gksxh ( rFkk
¼[k½ mikf/k ¼cSpyj vkWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh&ch-;w-,e-,l-½ ikB~;dze% ikB~;dze dh
vof/k ikap o’kZ rFkk N% ekg gksxh ftlds vUrxZr fuEufyf[kr lfEefyr gksaxs%&
i. izFke O;kolkf;d l= & ckjg ekg
ii. f}rh; O;kolkf;d l=& ckjg ekg
iii. r`rh; O;kolkf;d l=& ckjg ekg
iv. vafre O;kolkf;d l=& vV~Bkjg ekg
v. vfuok;Z vkorhZ fo”kk[kkuqizos”k& ckjg ekg
5. iznku dh tkus okyh mikf/k% vH;kFkhZ dks v/;;u dh foLr`r fu;r vof/k iw.kZ djus] i”pkr~ lHkh ifj{kk, mRrh.kZ djus
rFkk 12 ekg ds vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof”k[kkuqizos”k ds iw.kZ djus ds i”pkr~ ;wukuh ¼cSpyj vkWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh&ch-;w-
,e-,l-½ mikf/k iznku dh tk,xhA
6. f”k{kk dk ek/;e% ikB~;dze gsrq f”k{kk dk ek/;e mnwZ vFkok fgUnh vFkok dksbZ ekU;rkizkIr {ks=h; Hkk’kk vFkok vaxzsth
gksxhA
7. ijh{kk dh ;kstuk% ¼1½ ¼d½ izFke O;kolkf;d l= lk/kkj.kr;k tqykbZ esa izkjEHk gksxk rFkk izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk izFke
O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d “kS{kf.kd o’kZ dh lekfIr ij gksxhA
¼[k½ izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEufyf[kr fo’k;ksa esa gksxh %&
i. vjch rFkk efUrd+ ok QyflQk(
ii. dqfYy;kr mewjs rfc;k ¼;wukuh fpfdRlk ds ewyHkwr fl)kUr½(
iii. Rk”kjhgqy cnu ¼,ukWVeh½(
iv. equkfQmy vkt+k ¼Q+hft+;ksykWth½
¼x½ izFke O;kofl;d ikBdze esa vuqRrh.kZ Nk= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ikB~dze gsrq fucU/ku ds fy, ik= gksxk] rFkkfi
tc rd os Nk= izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo’k; esa mRrh.kZ ugha gks ldrk] rc rd ml Nk= dks r`rh;
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa cSBus dh vuqefr ugha gksxh ,oa izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo’k; mRrh.kZ djus ds
vf/kdre rhu o’kksZ esa vf/kdrd pkj volj fn, tk,xsaA
(2) ¼d½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d l= izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxkA
f}rh; izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k iw.kZ gksus ds Ik’pkr~ ,oa f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk l= ds ,d o"kZ ds iw.kZ gksus ds
i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ ebZ@twu ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEu fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk%&
(i) rkjh[ks frc ¼fpfdRlk dk bfrgkl½
(ii) rgQqth uk lekth rhc ¼izhosnu ,.M dE;qfuVh esfMdy½
(iii) bYeqy vnfo;k ¼QzkekdksykWth½
(iv) efg;krqy vejkt
¼x½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d ds vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ftlus izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ dj fy, gSa dks r`rh; O;kolkf;d
ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxh] ysfdu Nk= dks rc rd vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus dh vuqefr ugha nh
tk;sxh rc rd Nk= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa dks mRrh.kZ ugha dj ysrk vkSj mls f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh
fo"k; vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esa mRrh.kZ djus gsrq vf/kdre pkj volj fn, tk;sxsaA
(3) ¼d½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxkA ,oa
r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d o"kZ ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ ebZ@twu ekg ds var
rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEu fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk] %&
(i) lEizs"k.k dkS’ky;
(ii) byeqy lSnyk ok eqjDdkckr
(iii) frCcs dkuwuh o byeqy lewe ¼twjhl izMsUl ,.M VksDlhdksyksth½
4 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

(iv) ljhfj;kr ok mlwys bykt ¼Dyhfudy esFkml½


(v) bykt fcr rnchj ¼jsthesuy FkSjsih½
(vi) byeqy vRQky ¼ihfM:fVªDl½
¼x½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d vuqRrh.kZ Nk= tks izFke ,oa f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa mRrh.kZ gksxk mls vfUre O;kolkf;d
ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus ds fy, vuqefr nh tk;sxh ,oa mls vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esa r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk pkj vf/kdre
voljksa esa mRrh.kZ djus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA
¼4½ ¼d½ vafre O;kolkf;d l= 1 o"kZ ,oa N% ekg dh vof/k dk gksxk rFkk r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ
tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k vafre O;kolkf;d l= ds 1 ½ o"kZ ,oa N% ekg iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd
o"kZ fnlEcj ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA

¼[k½ vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa fuEufyf[kr fo"k; lekfo"V gksxsa %&
(i) eksvkyhtkr ¼esfMflu½
(ii) vejkts fuLoku ¼xkbuksdksyhth½
(iii) breqy dckykok ukSehtwn ¼vkcjosfVªDl½ ,.M E;ksuknhykth½
(iv) bYeqy tjkgr ¼latsjh½
(v) ,u] mtu] vUQ]gyd]ok vLuku ¼us=] dku] dkB] RkFkk nar fpfdRlk
(vi) vejkts ftYn ok rftfu;ku
¼x½ pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa ds fdlh ijh{kk esa pkj voljksa ds Ik’pkr~ vuqRrh.kZ Nk= dks fu;fer v/;u dh vuqefr ugha nh tk;sxh %
c’krsZ fd] Nk= dh xaHkhj O;fDrxr chekjh ds ekeys esa rFkk fdlh vifjgk;Z ifjfLFkfr eaas] lacaf/kr fo’ofo|ky; dk mi& dqyifr pkj O;kolkf;d
ijh{kk esa ls fdlh esa Hkh ,d vf/kd volj iznku dj ldrk gSA
¼?k½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k izksxkze esa ik=rk gsrq leLr pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa dks vf/kdre uks o"kksZa esa mijksDr vuqlkj mRrh.kZ djuk gksxkA
8- vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof’k[kkuqizos’k ¼1½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d o"kZ gksxh vkSj Nk= izFke ls vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds
leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ djus ds Ik’pkr~ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k esa lfEefyr gksus dk ik= gksxk ,oa fof’k[kkuqizos’k vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk dk
ifj.kke ?kksf"kr gksus ds Ik’pkr izkjEHk gksxkA
¼2½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk dk;Zdze ,oa le; dk foHkktu fuEuor~ fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
¼d½ izf’k{kqvksa dks ,d vfHkfoU;kl dk;Z’kkyk ftls fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds izkjEHk ds izFke rhu fnolksa ds nkSjku vk;ksftr fd;k tk;sxk]
esa fu;eksa ,oa fofu;eksa lfgr fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds C;kSjs ls lEcfU/kr ,d vfHkfoU;kl fn;k tk;sxkA ,oa izR;sd izf’k{kq dks ,d
dk;Z&iqfLrdk nh tk;sxhA izf’k{kq vius izf’k{k.k ds nkSjku mu xfrfof/k;ksa ds frfFkokj C;kSjs dh izfof"V djsxkA
¼[k½ izR;sd izf’k{kq fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze esa lfEefyr gksus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr jkT; cksMZ@ifj"kn~ esa viuk uke vLFkkbZ :i ls iathd`r
djk,xk rFkk bl laca/k esa izek.k&i= izkIr djsxkA
¼x½ izf’k{kq dk nSfud dk;Z&le; 8 ?kaVs ls de dk ugh gksxkA
¼?k½ dksbZ Hkh izf’k{kq vLirky ds foHkkxk/;{k vFkok eq[; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok fpfdRlk v/kh{kd dh iwoZ vuqefr ds fcuk mldh
vLirky dh M~;wVh ls vuqifLFkr ugha jgsxkA
¼M½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds lUrks"ktud :i ls iw.kZ gksus ij lEcfU/kr egkfo++|ky; ds iz/kkukpk;Z }kjk vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fof’k[kkuqizos’k
izek.k&i= tkjh fd;k tk,xkA
¼p½ lkekU;r% ,d o"khZ; fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze egkfo|ky; ls layXu ;wukuh vLirky esa N% ekg ds uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k ,oa ih-
,p-lh@lh-,p-lh-@xzkeh.k vLirky@ftyk vLirky@flfoy vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh ljdkjh vLirky esa N% ekg
ds uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k esa foHkDr fd;k tk;sxkA
c’krsZa ftl jkT; esa jkT; ljdkj dh vuqefr ;wukuh Lukrdksa dks vk/kqfud foKku ds vLirky ,oa vkS"k/kky; esa vuqefr ugh gS ,d
o"kZ dk fof’k[kkuqizos’k ;wukuh egkfo|ky; ds vLirky esa iw.kZ djk;k tk;sxk A
¼3½ egkfo|ky; ls layXu ;wukuh vLirky esa ;FkkfLFkfr N%@ckjg ekg dk uSnkfud ¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k fuEuor~ lapkfyr fd;k tk;sxk ;k
Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk vuqeksfnr uke Vhfpax vLirky esa fuEu izdkj lapkfyr fd;k tk;sxk %&
dz-la- foHkkx N% ekg dk foHkktu Ckkjg ekg dk foHkktu
1- eksvkyktkr bykt chn rnohj vkSj vejkts ftYn o 2 ekg 4 ekg
rthfu;kr dks lfEefyr djrs gq,
2- Tkjkgr 1 ekg 2 ekg
3- vejkt&,&,u]mT+u] vuQ&gyd+ ok vLuku 1 ekg 2 ekg
4- izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx vejkts dckykr o vejkts foLok 1 ekg 2 ekg
5- vejkts vRQ+ky 15 fnu 1 ekg
6- rg¶Qwth&ok&lekth frCc ¼izhosfUVo ,.M dE;qfuVh 15 fnu 1 ekg
esMhflu½
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 5
¼4½ izf’k{kqvksa dk N% ekg dk izf’k{k.k jk"Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdze lss izf’k{kqvksa dks voxr ,oa ifjfpr djkus ds mn~ns’; ls dk;kZfUor fd;k tk;sxkA izf’k{kqvksa dks
,sls izf’k{k.k dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysus gsrq fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh ,d laLFkku esa lfEefyr gksuk gksxk&
¼d½ izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz
¼[k½ lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz@ftyk vLirky
¼x½ vk/kqfud fpfdRlk dk dksbZ vLirky
¼?k½ dksbZ ekU;rk izkIr vFkok vuqeksfnr ;wukuh vLirky vFkok vkS’k/kky;(

c”krsZ mi;qZDr [k.M ¼d½ ls ¼?k½ esa mfYyf[kr lHkh laLFkkvksa dks ,sls izf”k{k.k nsus gsrq lEcfU/kr fo’ofo|ky; rFkk lEcfU/kr ljdkjh
vfHkfgr izkf/kdj.k }kjk ekU;rkizkIr gksuk gksxkA
¼5½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k izf'k{k.k dk;Zdze gsrq foLr`r fn’kk funsZ’k
egkfo|ky; ds lkFk layXu vk;qosZfnd vLirky esa 06@12 ekg dk fof’k[kkuqizos’k uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k lapkfyr djus gsrq fn’kkfunZs’kA
izf’k{kq dks uhps n’kkZ;s x;s lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa esa fuEufyf[kr xfrfof/k;ksa dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysuk gksxk%&
¼d½ eksvkyktkr& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k nks ekg ;k pkj ekg fuEu fdz;kdykiksa lfgr gksxh %&
(i) lHkh uSR;d dk;Z tSls :X.k bfro`Rr ysuk] tkap] jksx funku rFkk lkekU; jksxksa dk vk;qosZn fpfdRlk }kjk izcU/kuA
(ii) ;wukuh i}fr }kjk uCt] ckSy&vkS&cjkt ifj{k.k uSR;d fpfdRlh; uSnkfud fod`fr ijh{k.k dk;Z tSls fgeksXyksfcu dk vkadyu]
iw.kZ fgeksxzke] ew= fo’ys"k.k] jDr ijthfo;ksa dk lw{en’khZ; ijh{k.k] "Bhou ijh{k.k ,oa ey ijh{kk vkfnA vk;qosZn i)fr ls ey
ew= ijh{k.kA iz;ksx’kkyk ds tk¡p ifj.kke dk izfriknu rFkk fpfdRlh; tkap rFkk funku djukA
(iii) uSR;d okMZ izfdz;k esa izf’k{k.k rFkk jksxh ds vkgkj rFkk vknrksa dh ns[k&js[k djuk rFkk vkS"kf/k dk;Zdze dk lR;kiu djukA
(iv) bykt fcr rnchj% fofHkUu jsthesuy fpfdRlk dh izfd;k,a RkFkk rduhdsa
(v) vejkts ftYn o rthfu;kr% v/kqfud midj.k ,oa rjhdks dks iz;ksx djrs gq, Ropk ds fofHkUu jksxksa dh tkWp ,oa funku ,oa
izlk/kuA

¼[k½ tjkgr%& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls ifjfpr
,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
izf'k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr ls ifjfpr djkus gsrq izf’kf{kr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s%&
i. ;wukuh fl)kUrksa ds vuqlkj lkekU; 'kY; fodkj dk funku rFkk izcU/kuA
ii. vo’;aHkkoh 'kY; vkikRdky tSls vfLFkHkax rFkk lfU/k&P;qfr] mnjh; vkikr fLFkfr bR;kfn dk izcU/kuA
iii. lsfIVd] ,UVhlsfIVd rduhd rFkk thok.kquk’ku bR;kfn dk iz;ksxkRed ijh{k.kA
iv. izf’k{kq dks iwoZ 'kY;fdz;k deZ rFkk i'pkr~ 'kY;fdz;k deZ izcU/kuksa esa vkosf"Vr fd;k tkuk pkfg;sA
v. laosnukgkjh rduhd dk O;ogkfjd iz;ksx rFkk laosnukgkjh vkS"k/k dk iz;ksxA
vi. fofdj.k fpfdRlk foKku izfdz;k] ,Dl&js dk uSnkfud izfriknu] vkbZ-oh-ih-] csfj;e ehy] lksuksxzkQh bR;kfn vkSj bZ-lh-th-
vii. 'kY; izfdz;k rFkk uSR;d okMZ rduhd tSls %&
¼d½ rktk dVs@?kko dks Vkadk yxkuk
¼[k½ ?kko] tys] QksM+s bR;kfn dh ejge&iV~Vh
¼x½ QksM+s dk phjk
¼?k½ jlkSyh dk mPNsnu
¼M-½ f’kjk’kY;fdz;k bR;kfn

¼x½ vejkts ,u] mT+u] vUQ&gyd+ ok vLuku &bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa
izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk izf'k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr ls ifjfpr djkus gsrq izf’kf{kr fd;k
tkuk pkfg;s&
(i) ;wukuh fl)kUrksa ds vuqlkj lkekU; 'kY; fodkj dk funku rFkk izcU/ku(
(ii) izf’k{kq dks iwoZ 'kY;fdz;k deZ rFkk i'pkr~ 'kY;fdz;k deZ izcU/kuksa esa vkosf"Vr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s(
(iii) dku] ukd] daB] nar] us= laca/kh leL;kvksa gsrq 'kY; izfdz;k(
(iv) us=] dku] ukd] daB] n`f"V nks"k vkfn dh rRlEcfU/kr midj.kksa ls cfgjax foHkkx esa tkWpA us=] dku] ukd] daB nks"k n`f"V nks"k vkfn dh
tkap] us= lEcU/kh jksxksa ds funku gsrq us= lEcU/kh midj.k dk iz;ksx] cf/kjrk gsrq fofHkUu tkaps( ,oa
(v) ckg~;&jksxh foHkkx Lrj y?kq 'kY; izfdz;k ij izfdz;k,a tSls flfjat ls lkQ djuk rFkk ,suVªe ok’k] ,fiLVsfDll esa ukd dk laos’Vu
¼iSfdax½] gyd ls fotkrh; 'kjhjksa dks gVkukA
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¼M½ bYeqy&dckyr ok&vejkts fuLoku% & bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks
fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
i. izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj leL;k,a rFkk mudk mipkj(
ii. izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj ns[kHkky(
iii. lkekU; rFkk vlkekU; izlo dk izcU/ku(
iv. y?kq rFkk nh?kZ izklfod “kY; izfdz;k,a(
¼p½ vejkts vrQky&bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k iUnzg fnu ;k ,d ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk%& izf'k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr ls ifjfpr djkus gsrq izf’kf{kr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s&
i. izloiwoZ rFkk izloksRrj leL;k,a rFkk mudk mipkj] ;wukuh ds fl)kUrksa rFkk fpfdRlk }kjk Hkh izloiwoZ rFkk
izloksRrj ns[kHkky(
ii. izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj vkikrdky(
iii. izfrj{k.k dk;Zdze lfgr uotkr f”k”kq dh ns[kHkky
iv. ;wukuh fpfdRlk i)fr esa egRoiw.kZ dkSekj Hk`R; leL;k,a rFkk mudk izcU/kuA
¼N½ rg¶Qwth&ok&lekth frCc&bl foHkkx esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k dh vof/k iUnzg fnu vFkok ,d ekg gksxh rFkk izf”k{kq dks iks’k.k
laca/kh jksxksa lfgr LFkkuh; :i ls izpfyr LFkkfud jksxksa ls cpko rFkk fu;U=.k dk;Zdzeksa] izfrj{k.k] ladze.k jksxksa dk
izcU/ku] ifjokj dY;k.k ;kstuk dk;Zdzeksa ls ifjfpr djkus gsrq izf”kf{kr fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
(6) izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz vFkok xzkeh.k vLirky vFkok ftyk vLirky vFkok flfoy vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds
fdlh ljdkjh vLirky esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k% izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz] lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz vFkok ftyk vLirky
vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh ekU;rkizkIr vFkok vuqeksfnr vLirky vFkok ;wukuh vLirky vFkok vkS’k/kky; esa
fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k dh N% ekg dh vof/k ds nkSjku] izf”k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,%&
¼i½ izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz dh fuR;p;kZ rFkk muds vfHkys[k dk vuqj{k.kA
¼ii½ izf”k{kqvksa dks izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz ds fpfdRlk@xSj fpfdRlk LVkWQ dh fuR;p;kZ ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg;sa rFkk
bl vof/k esa mUgsa LVkWQ ds lkFk lnSo lEidZ esa jguk pkfg;sA
¼iii½ mUgsa iaftdk mnkgj.k Lo:Ik nSfud jksxh iaftdk] ifjokj fu;kstu iaftdk] “kY; iaftdk ds vuqj{k.k ds dk;Z ls
ifjfpr gksuk pkfg, rFkk fofHkUu ljdkjh LokLF; ;kstukvksa@dk;Zdze esa lfdz; :i ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;s( rFkk
¼iv½ mUgsa jkT; ljdkj }kjk dk;kZfUor fofHkUu jk’Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdzeksa esa lfdz; :i ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;sA
¼7½ xzkeh.k ;wukuh vkS’k/kky; vFkok vLirky esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k% xzkeh.k ;wukuh vkS’k/kky; vFkok vLirky esa
fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k ds N% ekg dh vof/k ds nkSjku izf”k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg;s%&
¼i½ xzkeh.k rFkk nwjLFk {ks=ksa esa vf/kd izpfyr jksx rFkk mudk izcU/ku rFkk
¼ii½ xzkeh.k turk dks LokLF; vuqj{k.k fof/k dk f”k{k.k rFkk fofHkUu izfrj{k.k dk;Zdze esa
Hkh “kkfey gksukA
¼8½ vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh ekU;rkizkIr vLirky ds grkgr vuqHkkx esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds
fdlh ekU;rkizkIr vLirky ds grkgr vuqHkkx esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k izf”k{k.k ds N% ekg ds nkSjku izf”k{kq dks
i. grkgr rFkk vfHk?kkr ekeyksa dh igpku rFkk muds izkFkfed mipkj ls ifjfpr djk;k tk;sxk( rFkk
ii. ,sls ekeyksa dks lEcfU/kr vLirkyksa ds ikl Hkstus dh izfdz;k ls ifjfpr djk;k tk;sxkA
9- fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk ewY;kadu -& fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa mUgsa vkcafVr fd;s x;s dk;Z dks iwjk djus ds i'pkr~ mUgsa lacaf/kr foHkkx esa muds
}kjk fd;s x;s lsokfu"B dk;Z ds laca/k esa foHkkxk/;{k }kjk fn;k x;k izek.k&i= izkIr djuk gksxk rFkk vUrr% mls laLFkku ds
iz/kkukpk;Z@iz/kku ds le{k izLrqr djuk gS ftlls fd lQyrkiwoZd fd;s x;s fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk lekiu Lohd`r fd;k tk ldsA
10- fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk LFkkukUrj.k-& ¼1½ nks fHkUu fo”ofo|ky;ksa ds egkfo|ky;ksa ds chp LFkkukUrj.k ds ekeys esa fof”k[kkuqizos”k
dk LFkkukUrj.k egkfo|ky; rFkk fo”ofo|ky; nksuksa dh lgefr ek= ls gh gksxkA
¼2½ leku fo”ofo|ky; ds egkfo|ky;ksa ds chp LFkkukUrj.k ds ekeys esa ek= nksuksa
egkfo|ky;ksa dh lgefr dh vko”;drk gksxhA
¼3½ ;FkkfLFkfr laLFkku vFkok egkfo|ky; }kjk tkjh pfj= izek.k&i= rFkk egkfo|ky; o fo”ofo|ky; }kjk
vukifRr izek.k&i= ds lkFk vxzsf’kr fd;s x;s vkosnu ds izLrqr fd;s tkus ij LFkkukUrj.k fo”ofo|ky; }kjk
Lohd`r fd;k tk;sxkA
11 ijh{kk-& (1) fl)kUr ijh{kk esa vf/kdre 40% rd ds vadks ds U;wure 20% y?kqRrjh; iz’u rFkk vf/kdre 60% rd ds vadks ds
U;wure 4 O;k[;kRed nh?kZ mRrjh; iz’u gksaxsA bu iz’ukssa esa fo"k; dk lEiw.kZ ikB~;dze lfEefyr gksxkA
¼2½ ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus ds fy, izR;sd fo’k; esa fl)kUr ,oa iz;ksxkRed ijh{kk esa i`Fkd&i`Fkd U;wure 50% vad vko”;d
gksaxs rFkk mu fo’k;ksa esa ftlesa nks iz”u&i= rFkk ,d lkekU; iz;ksxkRed ijh{kk lfEefyr gks] ogka fl)kUr ds iz”u&i=ksa dks
mRrh.kZ djus ds ekinaM dk fu.kZ; nksuksa iz”u&i=ksa ds dqy feykdj 50% vad izkIr djus ds vk/kkj ij fy;k tk;sxkA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 7

(3) fo"k; esa 75% vad izkIr djus okys vH;FkhZ dks ml fo"k; esa fo’ks"k ;ksX;rk iznku dh tk;sxhA
(4) ;fn dksbZ vH;FkhZ fl)kUr vFkok iz;ksxkRed ijh{kk esa vuqRrh.kZ gks tkrk gS] rks mls fl)kUr rFkk iz;ksxkRed ijh{kk dh
iwjd ijh{kk esa Hkh mifLFkr gksuk gksxkA
¼5½ iwjd ijh{kk fu;fer ijh{kk ds 6 ekg ds Hkhrj gksxh rFkk vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ;FkkfLFkfr bldh iwjd ijh{kk esa cSBus gsrq ik=
gksaxsA
¼6½ izR;sd Nk= dks izR;sd ikB~;dze ds nkSjku izR;sd fo’k; esa fn;s x;s rhu&pkSFkkbZ O;k[;kuksa] iz;ksxksa vFkok izn”kZu vFkok
uSnkfud esa Hkkx ysuk visf{kr gksxk rFkk izR;sd Nk= dks o’kZ ds nkSjku egkfo|ky; dh “kSf{kd Hkze.k vFkok nkSjksa esa Hkkx
ysuk vko”;d gksxkA ijUrq vf/k’Bkrk vFkok izkpk;Z izR;sd ekeys dh O;SfDrd ;ksX;rk ij ftruk vko”;d le>s fdlh
dks buesa Hkkx ysus ls NwV ns ldrk gSA
¼7½ ;fn dksbZ Nk= fdlh laKkukRed&dkj.k ds dkj.k fu;fer ijh{kk esa cSBus esa vlQy gks tkrk gS] rks og iwjd ijh{kk esa
fu;fer Nk= ds :i esa cSBsxkA fu;fer ijh{kk esa mldh vuqifLFkfr ,d iz;Ru ds :i esa ugha le>h tk;sxhA ,sls Nk=
ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus ds i'pkr~ fu;fer Nk=ksa ds lkFk v/;;u esa Hkkx ysaxs rFkk v/;;u dh vko”;d vof/k ds iw.kZ gksus
ds i'pkr~ vxyh O;kolkf;d ijh{kk gsrq mifLFkr gksaxsA
(8) fo"k; esa d{kk dk;Z ds fu/kkZj.k ds le; fuEu rF;ksa dks fopkjk/khu j[kk tk;sxk%&
¼d½ mifLFkfr esa fu;ferrk
¼[k½ vkof/kd ijh{kk
¼x½ iz;ksxkRed iqfLrdk dk;Z
12-ikB~;dze ds nkSjku LFkkukUrj.k-& ¼1½ Nk= dks fdlh vU; egkfo|ky; ls viuk v/;;u tkjh j[kus gsrq izFke o"kZ dh ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus
ds i'pkr~ LFkkukUrj.k ysus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA vuqRrh.kZ Nk=ksa dks LFkkukUrj.k rFkk e/;kof/k LFkkukUrj.k dh vuqefr ugh nh tk;sxhA
¼2½ LFkkukUrj.k gsrq] Nk= dks nksukss egkfo|ky;ksa rFkk fo’ofo|ky;ksa dh vkilh lgefr izkIr djuh gksxh rFkk LFkkukUrj.k fjDr lhV dh lqfuf’pfr
o Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ls vukifRr izek.k&i= izkIr djus ds i'pkr~ gksxkA

13- iz’u i=ksa dh la[;k rFkk fl)kUr@fdz;kRed ds fy;s vad-&


fo’k; dk uke f'k{k.k ds ?k.Vksa dh la[;k vf/kdre vadksa dk fooj.k
fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy iz'u i=ksa fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy
dh la[;k
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½ ¼5½ ¼6½ ¼7½ ¼8½
izkx frc
1- Rkfc;r ¼HkkSfrd foKku½ 180 90 270 ,d 100 100 200
2- dhfe;k ¼jlk;u foKku½ 180 90 270 ,d 100 100 200
3- Ukckfr;r ¼ouLifr foKku½ 180 90 270 ,d 100 100 200
4- gSokfu;r ¼tUrq foKku½ 180 90 270 ,d 100 100 200
5- vaxzsth 180 && 180 ,d 100 -- 100
fVIi.kh% fudV ds fdlh foKku egkfo|ky; esa izkx frc ikB~;dze lapkfyr djus dh vuqefr nh tk ldrh gSA
izFke O;kolkf;d
1- vjch rFkk efUrd+ ok QyflQ+k 100 & 100 ,d 100 - 100
2- dqfYy;kr mewjs frfc;k ¼;wukuh 100 & 100 ,d 100 100 200
fpfdRlk ds ewyHkwr fl)kUr½
3- r”kjhgqy cnu ¼,sukWVeh½* 225 200 425 nks
iz”ui= (i)&r”kjhg&I 100 100 300
100
iz”ui= (ii)& r”kjhg& II
4- equkfQ+my vkt+k ¼”kjhj fdz;k 225 200 425 nks
foKku½ 100 100 300
iz”ui= (i)& equkfQ+vy vkt+k meweh
ok g;krh dhfe;k ¼lkekU; “kjhj
foKku rFkk tSo&jlk;u foKku½ 100
iz”ui= (ii)- equkfQ+my vkt+k
fut+keh ¼”kjhj foKku½
fVIi.kh% * r”kjhgqy cnu iz”u i=& I: Hkzw.k foKku rFkk vkuqokaf”kdh ds ewyHkwr Kku tSls xq.klw=] oa”kkuqdze dh
i)fr] dksf”kdkHkou rFkk egRoiw.kZ jksxksa dh vkuqokaf”kdh lfgr la;kstd Ård] is”kh] Luk;q] Åijh
rFkk fupys vo;o rFkk flj rFkk daB ds vaxksa dk lkekU; o.kZuA
* r”kjhgqy cnu iz”ui=& II% o{k] mnj rFkk Jksf.k rFkk fofHkUu vaxksa dh vuqiz;qDr rFkk eUn
“kkjhfjd vfu;ferrkvksa dk lkekU; o.kZuA
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f}rh; O;kolkf;d
1- rkjh[ks frc ¼fpfdRlk dk bfrgkl½ 100 & 100 ,d 100 - 100
2- rg¶Qqth ok lekth frc ¼jks/kkRed ,oa 150 100 250 ,d 100 100 200
lkeqnkf;d fpfdRlk½
3- bYeqy vnfo;k 200 100 300 nks 100 300
iz”ui= (i)& dqfYy;krs vnfo;k 100
iz”ui= (ii)&vnfo;k eqQjkng 100
4- ekfg;krqy vejkt+ 200 200 400 nks 100 300
iz”ui= (i)& ekfg;krqy vejkt+ 100
meweh ok bYeqy tjklhe
iz”ui= (ii)&ekfg;krqy vejkt+ 100
fut+kfe;k
fVIi.kh% * bYeqy vnfo;k& I ¼vnfo;k eqQjkng½] rg¶Qqth ok lekth frc rFkk efg;krqy vejkt ds fdz;kRed
vFkok izn”kZu gsrq Nk=ksa dks rhu lewgksa esa foHkDr fd;k tk;sxkA vnfo;k eqQjkng ds izn”kZu gsrq Nk=ksa dks
vnfo;k laxzgky; rFkk ouLifr m|ku esa fu;fer :Ik ls fu;qDr fd;k tk;sxkA
r`rh; O;kolkf;d
1- lEizs’k.k dkS”ky 100 & 100 ,d 100 100
2- bYeqy lSnyk ok eqjDdkckr iz”u 140 100 240 nks 100 300
i= (i)&bYeqy lSnyk 100
iz”u i= (ii)&vnfo;k eqjDdkckr 100
3- frCcs dkuwuh ok bYeqy lkewe 100 50 150 ,d 100 100 200
4- lkjhfj;r ok mlwys bykt 80 140 220 ,d 100 100 200
5- bykt fcr rnchj 80 140 220 ,d 100 100 200
6- vejkts vRQky 80 50 130 ,d 100 100 200
fVIi.kh% bYeqy vnfo;k-II ¼bYeqy lSnyk ok eqjDdkckr½ rFkk frCcs dkuwuh ok bYeqy lewe ds iz;ksxkRed ijh{k.k
gsrq Nk=ksa dks nks lewgksa esa foHkDr fd;k tk,xkA nksuksa fo’k;ksa esa fdz;kRed izfr lIrkg pkj fnu gksxkA
bykt fcr rn~ckj] lkjhfj;r rFkk vejkts vRQky ds uSnkfud izf”k{k.k gsrq Nk=ksa dks vLirky esa fofHkUu
lewgksa esa fu;qDr fd;k tk,xkA
vafre O;kolkf;d
1- eksvkyktkr 250 uSnkfud & Rhu 100 400
iz”u i= (i)& M~ ;wVh ¼lewg ks a 100
vejkt&,&futke&,&fnekx ok vklkc esa½ vLirky
rFkk ckg] gqfEe;r ds fofHkUu 100
vuqHkkx esa
iz”u i= (ii)&vejkt&,&rkuk¶Qql
nkSjku&,&[kwu] rkSyhn&,&ne] frgky 100
3&4 ?k.Vs
iz”u i= (iii)& vejkt&,&gTe] ckSy izfrfnu
vks rkuklqy] vejkt&,& eqrkn~nh;kg

2- vejkts fuLoku 100 & ,d 100 100 200


3- bYeqy dckyr ok ukSekSywn 100 & ,d 100 100 200
4- bYeqy tjkgkr 150 & nks 100 300
iz”u i= (i)&tjkgr meweh 100
iz”u i= (ii)& tjkgr futkeh 100
5- ,su] m+Tu] vUQ+] gyd ok vLuku 100 & ,d 100 100 200
6- vejkts ftYn o rthfu;kr 100 & ,d 100 100 200
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14 f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko-& f’k{k.k LVkQ gsrq vgZrk;s ,oa vuqHko fuEuor gS%&
(I) vfuok;Z ¼d½ fof/k }kjk LFkkfir fo’ofo|ky; vFkok Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ds lkafof/kd e.My @ladk;@ijh{kk fudk; ls ;wukuh esa mikf/k
;k mlds led{k tks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh vuqlwph esa lekfo"V@ekU; gksaA
[k½ fo"k;@lacaf/kr fo’ks"k fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj vgZrk tks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh vuqlwfp;ksa esa lekfo"V@ekU;
gksaA
(II) vuqHko-& ¼d½ izk/;kid ds in ds fy; % lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa dqy 10 o"kZ dk v/;kiu vuqHko vFkok lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa izokpd
@lgk;d izk/;kid ds :i esa 5 o"kZ dk v/;kiu vuqHko vFkok dsUnz ljdkj ;k jkT; ljdkj ;k dsUnz ’kkflr izns’k ;k fo’ofo|ky; ;k
jk"Vªh; laLFkku ds vuqlU/kku ifj"kn~ esa fu;fer :Ik ls lsok esa 10 lky ds vuqlU/kku ds vuqHko ds lkFk ,d ekU;rk izkIr tuZy esa
ikap izdkf’kr i=A
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ds vuqlU/kku ifj"kn~ esa fu;fer :Ik ls lsok esa 5 lky ds vuqlU/kku ds vuqHko ds lkFk ,d ekU;rk izkIr tuZy esa rhu izdkf’kr
i=A

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izFke fu;qfDr ds le; vk;q 45 o"kZ ls vf/kd u gks ,oa fdlh v/;kiu vuqHko dh vko’;drk ugh gSaA
fVIi.kh %& izkFkfedrk ;wukuh esa MkWDVjsV mEehnokjksa dks nh tk,xhA

?k- ;wukuh dh visf{kr fof’k"Vrk tSlkfd dkWye 2 dh rkfydk esa mfYyf[kr gS esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k /kkjd f’k{kdksa dh vuqiyC/krk dh
fLFkfr esa leoxhZ fo"k;ksa tSlk fd dkWye 3 dh rkfydk esa muds lkeus mfYyf[kr gS] MkWDVj vkWQ esfMflu mikf/k /kkjd izk/;kid]
izokpd ,oa O;k[;krk ds fy, ik= le>s tk,axs &

dze la[;k fo"k; leoxhZ fo"k;


¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- r'kjhgqy cnu bYeqy tjkgr vFkok dqfYy;krs frc
2- equkQsmy vktk dqfYy;krs frc
3- bYeqy lSnyk bYeqy vnfo;k
4- frCcs dkuwuh ok bYeqy lkewe rg¶Qqth ok lekth frc vFkok eksvkyktkr vFkok bYeqy vnfo;k
5- ljhfj;kr eksvkyktkr
6- efg;krqy vejkt Ekksvkyktkr vFkok dqfYy;krs frc
7- bykt fcy rnchj eksvkyktkr vFkok rg¶Qqth ok lekth frc
8 vejkts ftYn o rthfu;kr eksvkyktkr
9- vejkts ,su] mTu] vuQ] gyd ok vluku bYeqy tjkgr vFkok eksvkyktkr
10- bYeqy vRQy eksvkyktkr vFkok dckyr ok vejkts fuLoku

fVIi.kh 1% leoxhZ fo"k; dk ;g micU/k ljdkjh jkti= esa bl vf/klwpuk ds izdk’ku dh frfFk ikap o"kZ rd tkjh jgsxkA
fVIi.kh %2 ftu f’k{kdksa dks fiNys fofu;e ds vk/kkj ij iwoZ esa ik= ekuk x;k Fkk og bu la’kks/kuksa ds vk/kkj ij izk/;kid] izokpd vkSj
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le>k tk,xkA
15- izkx&frc ikB~;dze gsrq f’k{kdksa dh vgZrk -&
ewyHkwr foKku ds fo’k;ksa gsrq&lEcfU/kr fo’k; esa ekLVj vkWQ lkbZUl ¼,e-,l-lh-½ U;wure 55 izfr”kr vadks ds lkFk
16- laLFkk ds izeq[k ¼iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k’Bkrk vFkok funs’kd½ ds in ds fy, vgZrk-&
¼1½ vfuok;Z% laLFkk ds izeq[k ¼iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k’Bkrk vFkok funs”kd½ ds bu inks ads
fy, izk/;kid in ds fy, fu/kkZfjr vgZrk ,oa vuqHko vfuok;Z gksxkA
¼2½ okaNuh;% (i) de ls de ikap o’kksZ dk iz”kklfud vuqHko
(ii) ;wukuh frc ds fdlh fo’k; esa ewy izdkf”kr dk;Z( rFkk
(iii) vjch ;k Q+kjlh rFkk vaxzsth dk vPNk Kku
17- ;wukuh esa ijh{kd dh fu;qfDr-& lEcfU/kr fo’k; esa U;wure rhu o’kZ ds fu;fer f”k{k.k vuqHko vFkok lsokfuo`Rr
v/;kid vFkok vuqla/kku vuqHko ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh O;fDr dks ijh{kd gsrq ik= ugha le>k tk,xkA
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18- vjch rFkk lEizs’k.k dkS’ky fo’k; gsrq vgZrk-&


¼1½ vjch ds f”k{kd ds fy,& fof/k }kjk LFkkfir fdlh ekU;rkizkIr fo’ofo|ky; ls vjsfcd vFkok led{k LukrdksRrj mikf/k
¼2½ lEizs’k.k dkS’ky fo’k; ds fy,& fof/k }kjk LFkkfir fdlh ekU;rkizkIr fo’ofo|ky; i=dkfjrk vFkok tu lapkj esa
LukrdksRrj mikf/k vFkok fMIyksek vFkok vaxzsth Hkk’kk esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k ,oa dEI;wVj dk dk;Z lk/kd Kku
d- uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
[ foKkiu III/4/vlk-@290(124)]

fVIi.kh%&&vxzsath ,oa fgUnh fofu;e esa dksbZ folaxfr ik;h tkrh gS] rks vxzsath fofu;e uker% Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh;
ifj"kn~ Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 2016 dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA

CENTRAL COUNCIL OF INDIAN MEDICINE


Notification
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016
No. 11-76/2016-Unani (U.G Regl.) In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (i), (j) and (k) of sub-section
(1) of section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), the Central Council of Indian Medicine,
with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations further to amend the
Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986, namely:-
1. Short title and commencement.- (1)These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. In the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986, for
Schedule III, the following Schedule shall be substituted, namely:-
“SCHEDULE III
(See regulation 7)
MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR KAMILE TIB O JARAHAT (BACHELOR OF UNANI MEDICINE AND
SURGERY) COURSE
1. Aims and Objects of Unani Education.- To produce competent Unani graduates of profound scholarship, having
deep basis of Unani with modern scientific knowledge, in accordance with Unani fundamentals with extensive practical
training so as to become Unani Physician and Surgeon and research worker fully competent to serve in the medical and
health services of the country.
2. Eligibility for admission.- To seek admission in the respective course of Bachelor of Unani Medicine are as under-
(A) Admission to Kamile Tib O Jarahat course: A candidate seeking admission to main Kamile Tib O Jarahat
(Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery-B.U.M.S.) Course must have passed-
(a) intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent examination with at least fifty per cent. aggregate marks in the subjects of
Physics, Chemistry and Biology and the candidate shall have passed 10th standard with Urdu or Arabic or
Persian language as a subject, or clear the test of Urdu of 10th standard (wherever there is provision to conduct
of such test) in the entrance examination conducted by the University or Board or registered Society or
Associations authorized by the Government to conduct such examination;
(b) for reserved category or special category like physically handicapped students in 10+2, they shall be given
relaxation in of Physics, Chemistry and Biology marks for admission in BUMS as per concerned State and
Central rules;
(c) for foreign students any other equivalent qualification to be approved by the University shall be allowed; or
(d) the Pre-Tib examination of one-year duration.
(B) Admission to Pre-Tib course-A candidate seeking admission to one year Pre-Tib course must have passed-
(a) the Oriental qualification equivalent to Intermediate Examination (10+2)as specified in the Table below; or
TABLE
List of oriental qualifications in Arabic Persian equivalent to Higher Secondary or Intermediate or 12th Standard for
the purpose of admission to Pre-Tib course of the Unani degree course

Sl. No. Name of Institution Qualification


1. Lucknow University Fazil–e-Adab or
Fazil–e-Tafseer
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2. Darul Uloom Nadvatul-Ulma, Lucknow Fazil
3. Darul-Uloom, Deoband, Distt. Saharanpur Fazil
4. Al-Jameat-ul Salfiah, Markazi Darul-Uloom, Varanasi Fazil
5. Board of Arabic and Persian Examination, Uttar Pradesh Allahbad or Uttar Pradesh Fazil
Madarsa Shiksha Parishad, Lucknow
6. Madarsa Faize Aam, Mau Nath Bhanjan, Azamgarh (U.P) Fazil
7. Darul Hadees, Mau Nath Bhanjan, Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
8. Jameat-ul-Falah, Bilaria Ganj, Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
9. Darul Uloom Ashrafia Misbahul Uloom, Mubarakpur, Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
10. Jamia Sirajul Uloom, Bondhiyar, Gonda (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
11. Jamia Farooquia, Sabrabad, via Shahganj, Distt. Jaunpur (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
12. Madras University Adeeb-e- Fazil
13. Darul Uloom Arabic College, Meerut City (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
14. Madarsa Mazahir Uloom, Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
15. Government Madrasa-e- Alia, Rampur Fazil
16. Al-Jamiatul Islamiya, Noor Bagh, Thane, Mumbai Fazil
17. Al-Jamiat-ul Mohammediya, Mansoora, Malegaon Fazil
18. Al-Jamiatul Islamia Is-hat-ul-Uloom, Akkalkuan, Distt. Dhulia Fazil
19. Bihar Rajya Madarsa Shiksha Board, Patna Fazil
20. Jamia-tus-Salehat, Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
21. Madarsa-tul-Islah, Saraimir, Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
22. Jamia Darus Salam, Malerkotla (Punjab) Fazil
23. Khairul Uloom, Al-Jamiatul Islamia, Domaria Ganj, Distt. Siddharth Nagar (Uttar Fazil
Pradesh)
24. Madarsa Darul Huda, Yusufpur, via Naugarh, Distt. Siddharth Nagar (Uttar Pradesh) Fazil
25. Jamia Islamia Almahad Okhla, New Delhi or Jamia Islamia Sanabil, Abul Fazal Fazil
Enclave - II, New Delhi
26. Darul Uloom Arabiyyah Islamia, post Kantharia, Bharuch (Gujarat) Fazil
27. Darul Uloom Rashidia, Nagpur Fazil

(b)the Oriental qualification equivalent to Intermediate Examination (10+2)recognised by State Government or State
Education Board concerned.
3. Admission through Pre-Tib Course.-Admission may be made on a maximum of ten seats per year out of the total
number of intake capacity permitted for Kamile Tib o Jarahat (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery-B.U.M.S.) to
main course through Pre-Tib course. Rest of the seats may be filled up by following the eligibility criteria mentioned at
clause 2(a).
4. Duration of course.- (A)Pre-Tib Course:The duration of Pre-TibCourse shall be one year.
(B) Degree (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery-B.U.M.S.) Course: The duration of Course shall be five years
and six months comprising:-
(i) First Professional session - Twelve months
(ii) Second Professional session - Twelve months
(iii)Third Professional session - Twelve months
(iv) Final Professional session - Eighteen months.
(v) Compulsory Rotatory Internship Twelve months
5. Degree to be awarded.- The candidate shall be awarded Kamile Tib o Jarahat (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and
Surgery-B.U.M.S.) degree after passing all the examinations and completion of the prescribed course of study extending
over the prescribed period, and the compulsory rotatory internship extending over twelve months.
6. Medium of instruction.-The medium of instruction for the course shall be Urdu or Hindi or any recognised regional
language or English.
7. Scheme of examination.-(1) (a)The first professional session shall ordinarily start in July and the first professional
examination shall be at the end of one academic year of first professional session;
(b) The first professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Arabic and Mantiq wa Falsafa (Logic and Philosophy);
(ii) Kulliyat Umoore Tabiya (Basic Principles of Unani Medicine);
(iii) Tashreehul Badan (Anatomy);
(iv) Munafe ul Aaza (Physiology;
(c) The failed student of first professional shall be allowed to appear in second professional examination, but the student
shall not be allowed to appear in third professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of first
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professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass first professional examination within a
period of maximum three years.
(2) (a) The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of first
professional examination and the second professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of
month of May or June every year after completion of one year of second professional session;

(b) The second professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Tareekhe Tib (History of Medicine);
(ii) Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib (Preventive and Community Medicine);
(iii) Ilmul Advia (Pharmcology);
(iv) Mahiyatul Amraz (Pathology);
(c) The failed student of second professional who have passed all the subjects of first professional examination shall be
allowed to appear in third professional examination, but the student shall not be allowed to appear in final
professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of second professional examination and maximum
four chances shall be given to pass second professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
(3)(a)The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of second
professional examination and the third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of the
month of Mayor June every year after completion of one year of third professional session;
(b) The third professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Communication Skills;
(ii) Ilmul Saidla wa Murakkabat (Pharmacy)
(iii) Tibbe Qanooni wa Ilmul Samoom (Jurisprudence and Toxicology);
(iv) Sareeriyat wa Usoole Ilaj (Clinical Methods);
(v) Ilaj bit Tadbeer (Regimenal Therapy);
(vi) Ilmul Atfal (Paediatrics);
(c) The failed student of third professional who have passed all the subjects of first and second professional examinations
shall be allowed to appear in final professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass third
professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
(4)(a) The final professional session shall be of one year and six months duration and shall start every year in the month
of July following completion of third professional examination and the final professional examination shall be ordinarily
held and completed by the end of the month of December every year after completion of one year and six months of final
professional session;
(b) The final professional examination shall comprise of the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Moalajat (GeneralMedicine);
(ii) Amraze Niswan (Gynaecology);
(iii) Ilmul Qabala wa Naumaulood (Obstetrics and Neonatology);
(iv) Ilmul Jarahat (Surgery);
(v) Ain, Uzn, Anf, Halaq wa Asnan (Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and dentistry);
(vi) Amraze Jild wa Tazeeniyat;
(c) The student failed in any of the four professional examinations in four chances shall not be allowed to continue his or
her studies:
Provided that, in case of serious personal illness of a student and in any unavoidable circumstances, the Vice-
Chancellor of the concerned University may provide one more chance in anyone of four professional examinations;
(d) To become eligible for joining the compulsory internship programme, all four professional examinations shall be
passed within a period of maximum nine years including all chances as mentioned above.
8. Compulsory Rotatory Internship.-(1)The duration of Compulsory Rotatory Internship shall be one year and the
student shall be eligible to join the compulsory internship programme after passing all the subjects from first to the final
professional examinations, andthe internship programme shall be start after the declaration of the result of final
professional examination.
(2) The Internship Programme and time distribution shall be as follows:-
(a) the interns shall receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme alongwith the rules
and regulations, in an orientation workshop, which shall be organised during the first three days of the beginning
of internship programme and a workbook shall be given to each intern, in which the intern shall enter date-wise
details of activities undertaken by him or her during his or her training;
(b) every intern shall provisionally register himself with the concerned State Board or Council and obtain a certificate
to this effect before joining the internship program;
(c) the daily working hours of intern shall be not less than eight hours;
(d) no Internee shall remain absent from his hospital duties without prior permission from Head of Department or
Chief Medical Officer or Medical Superintendent of the Hospital;
(e) on satisfactory completion of internship programme, the Principal or Dean of the concerned college shall issue the
internship certificate to the candidate;
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(f) normally one-year internship programme shall be divided into clinical training of six months in the Unani hospital
attached to the college and six months in Primary Health Centre or Community Health Centre or Rural Hospital
or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any Government Hospital of modern medicine:
Provided that where there is no provision or facility or permission of the State Government for allowing the
graduate of Unani in the hospital or dispensary of Modern Medicine, the one year Internship shall be completed
in the Hospital of Unani College.
(3)The clinical training of six or twelve months, as case may be, in the Unani hospital attached to the college or in non-
teaching hospitals approved by Central Council of Indian Medicine shall be conducted as follows:-
Sl.No. Departments Distribution of Distribution of
six months twelve months
(i) Moalajat including Ilaj bit Tadbeer and Amraze Jild wa Two months Four months
Tazeeniyat
(ii) Jarahat One month Two months
(iii) Amraz-e-Ain, Uzn, Anf, Halaq wa Asnan One month Two months
(iv) Ilmul Qabalat-wa-Amraz-e-Niswan One month Two months
(v) Amraze Atfal Fifteen days One month
(vi) Tahaffuzi-wa-Samaji Tib (Preventive and Community Fifteen days One month
Medicine)

(4) Six months training of interns shall be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with National
Health Programme and the intern shall undertake such training in one of the following institutes, namely:-
(a) Primary Health Centre;
(b) Community Health Centre or District Hospital;
(c) any recognised or approved hospital of modern medicine;
(d) any recognised or approved Unani hospital or dispensary:
Provided that all the above institutes mentioned in clauses (a) to (d) shall have to be recognised by the concerned
University and concerned Government designated authority for providing such training.

(5) Detailed guidelines for internship programme- The guidelines for conducting the internship clinical training of six or
twelve months in the Unani Hospital attached to the college and the intern shall undertake the following activities in
the respective department as shown below:-
(a) Moalajat- The duration of internship in this department shall be two months or four months with following
activities:-
(i) all routine works such as case taking, investigations, diagnosis and management of common diseases by
Unani medicine;
(ii) examination of Nabz, Baul-o-Baraz by Unani methods, routine clinical pathological work as. haemoglobin
estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic examination of blood smears, sputum
examination, stool examination, interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arriving at a
diagnosis;
(iii) training in routine ward procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet, habits and
verification of medicine schedule;
(iv) Ilaj bit Tadbeer: Procedures and techniques of various regimenal therapies;
(v)Amraze Jild-wa Tazeeniyat: Diagnosis and management of of various skin diseases, use of modern
techniques and equipments in skin and cosmetology etc;
(b) Jarahat- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be
practically trained to acquaint with following activities:-
(i) diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Unani principles;
(ii) management of certain surgical emergencies such as fractures and dislocations, acute abdomen;
(iii) practical training of aseptic and antiseptics techniques, sterilization;
(iv) intern shall be involved in pre-operative and post-operative managements;
(v) practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of anesthetic drugs;
(vi) radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, Intra Venous Pyelogram, Barium meal,
Sonography and Electro Cardio Gram;
(vii) surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as:-
(a) suturing of fresh injuries;
(b) dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers and similar ailments;
(c) incision of abscesses;
(d) excision of cysts; and
(e) venesection;

(c) Amraze Uzn, Anf, Halaqwa Asnan- The duration of internship in this department shall be onemonth or two
months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with following activities:-
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(i) diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Unani Principles;
(ii) intern shall be involved in Pre-operative and Post-operative managements;
(iii) surgical procedures of ear, nose, throat, dental problems, ophthalmic problems;
(iv) examinations of eye, ear, nose, throat disorders, refractive error, use of ophthalmic equipment for diagnosis
of ophthalmic diseases, various tests for deafness; and
(v) minor surgical procedure in Uzn, Anf, Halaq like syringing and antrum wash, packing of nose in epistaxis,
removal of foreign bodies from Uzn, Anf and Halaq at Out-Patient Department level;
(d) Ilmul Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two
months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with following activities:-
(i) antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies;
(ii) antenatal and post-natal care;
(iii) management of normal and abnormal labours; and
(iv) minor and major obstetric surgical procedures;
(e)Amraze Atfal- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month and intern shall be
practically trained to acquaint with following activities:-
(i) antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and Post-natal care also by Unani principles
and medicine;
(ii) antenatal and post-natal emergencies;
(iii) care of new born child along with immunization programme; and
(iv) important pediatric problems and their managements in Unani system of Medicine;
(f) Tahaffuzi wa SamajiTibb- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month and
intern shall be trained to acquaint with the programmes of prevention and control of locally prevalent endemic
diseases including nutritional disorders, immunisation, management of infectious diseases, family welfare
planning programmes.
(6)The Internship training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any
Government Hospital of modern medicine or Unani Hospital or Dispensary: During the six months internship
training in Primary Health Centre or Community Health Centre or District Hospital or any recognised or approved
hospital of Modern medicine or Unani hospital or dispensary, the intern shall-
(i) get acquainted with the routine of the Primary Health Centre and maintenance of their records;
(ii) get acquainted with the routine working of the medical or non-medical staff of Primary Health Centre and be
always in contact with the staff in this period;
(iii) get familiared with the work of maintaining the relevant register like daily patient register, family planning
register, surgical register and take active participation in different Government Health Schemes or Programme;
(iv) participate actively in different National Health Programmes implemented by the State Government.
(7)Internship training in Rural Unani dispensary or hospital: During the six months internship training in Rural Unani
dispensary or hospital, intern shall-
(i) get acquainted with the diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management; and
(ii) involve in teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes.
(8) Internship training in Casualty Section of any recognised hospital of modern medicine: During the six months
internship training in Casualty Section of any recognised hospital of modern medicine, intern shall-
(i) get acquainted with identification of casualty and trauma cases and their first aid treatment; and
(ii) get acquainted with procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.
9. Assessment of internship.- After completing the assignment in various Sections, the intern shall obtain a completion
certificate from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the Section concerned and finally submit to
the Principal or Dean or Head of the institution so that completion of successful internship may be granted.
10. Migration of Internship.- (1) The Migration of internship shall be with the consent of the both college and
University, in case of migration is between the colleges of two different Universities.
(2)In case migration is only between colleges of the same University, the consent of both the colleges shall be required.
(3) The migration shall be accepted by the University on the production of the character certificate issued by institute or
college and application forwarded by the college and University with a “No Objection Certificate”, as the case may
be.
11. Examination.-(1) The theory examination shall have minimum twenty per cent.short answer questions having
maximum mark up to forty per cent. and minimum four questions for long explanatory answer having maximum marks
up to sixty per cent., and these questions shall cover entire syllabus of subject.
(2) The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be fifty per cent. in theory and oral or practical
separately in each subject and in the subjects which are comprised of two papers and have one common practical, the
criteria of passing the theory papers will be decided on the basis of achieving fifty per cent. marks in aggregate of
both the papers.
(3) A candidate obtaining seventy-five per cent marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.
(4) If a candidate is failed in the theory or oral or practical exam, he shall be required to appear in supplementary
examination in theory as well as practical also.
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 15
(5) The supplementary examination shall be held within six months of regular examination and failed students shall be
eligible to appear in its supplementary examination, as the case may be.
(6) Each student shall be required to attend not less than three-fourth of the lectures delivered and practicals or
demonstrations or clinicals held in each subject during each course and each student also be required to participate in
educational trips or tours of the college during the year: provided that the Dean or Principal may exempt any one
from such participation to the extent be deemed necessary on individual merit of each case.
(7) In case a student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he shall appear in supplementary
examination as regular student, whose non-appearance in regular examination shall not be treated as an attempt and
such students after passing examination shall join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional
examination after completion of the required period of study.
(8) The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject-
(a) Regularity in attendance;
(b) Periodical tests; and
(c) Practical work.
12. Migration during degree course.-(1)The students may be allowed to take the migration to continue their study to
another college after passing the first professional examination, but failed students transfer and mid-term migration shall
not be allowed.
(2) For migration, the students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and Universities and it shall be
against the vacant seat after obtaining “No Objection Certificate” from Central Council.
13. Number of papers and marks for theory andpractical.-

Name of the subject Number of hours of teaching Details of maximum marks


Theory Practical Total Number of Theory Practical Total
papers
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
PRE-TIB
1. Tabiyaat (Physics) 180 90 270 one 100 100 200
2. Kimiya (Chemistry) 180 90 270 one 100 100 200
3. Nabatiyat (Botany) 180 90 270 one 100 100 200
4. Haiwaniyat (Zoology) 180 90 270 one 100 100 200
5. English 180 -- 180 one 100 -- 100
Note: Permission can be given to conduct the Pre-Tib Course in a Science College in nearby vicinity.
First Professional
1. Arabic and Mantiq wa Falsifa 100 - 100 one 100 - 100
2. Kulliyat Umoore Tabiya 100 - 100 one 100 100 200
(Basic Principles of Unani Medicine)
3. TashreehulBadan (Anatomy)* 225 200 425 Two
Paper (i)- Tashreeh –I 100 100 300
Paper (ii)- Tashreeh - II 100
4. MunafeulAaza (Physiology) 225 200 425 Two
Paper (i)- Munafeul Aza Umoomi 100 100 300
waHayati Kimiya (General Physiology
and Biochemistry)
Paper (ii)-Munafeul Aza Nizami 100
(Physiology)
Note:*Tashreehul Badan Paper - I : General description of Connective tissues, Muscles, Nerves, Upper and Lower
Limbs and organs of Head and Neck including basics of Embryology and Genetics like as Chromosomes, Pattern
of inheritance, Cyto-genetics and Genetics of important diseases.
*Tashreehul Badan Paper – II: General description of Thorax, Abdomen and Pelvis and Applied and Gross
Anatomical anomalies of different organs.
Second Professional
1. Tareekhe Tib (History of Medicine) 100 - 100 One 100 - 100
2. Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib (Preventive and 150 100 250 One 100 100 200
Community Medicine)
3. Ilmul Advia 200 100 300 Two 100 300
Paper (i)- Kulliyate Advia 100
Paper (ii)- Advia Mufradah 100
4. Mahiyatul Amraz 200 200 400 Two 100 300
Paper (i)- Mahiyatul Amraz Umoomi wa 100
Ilmul Jaraseem
Paper (ii)- Mahiyatul Amraz Nizamia 100
16 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Note: The students may be divided into three groups for practical or demonstration of Ilmul Advia-I (Advia Mufradah),
Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib and Mahiyatul Amraz. For demonstration of Advia Mufradah, the student will be posted
in Advia Museum and Herbal Garden regularly.
Third Professional
1. Communication Skills 100 - 100 One 100 100
2. Ilmul Saidla wa Murakkabat 140 100 240 Two 100 300
Paper (i)- Ilmul Saidla 100
Paper (ii)- Advia Murakkabah 100
3. Tibbe Qanooni wa Ilmul Samoom 100 50 150 One 100 100 200
4. Sareeriyat waUsooleIlaj 80 140 220 One 100 100 200
5. Ilaj bit Tadbeer 80 140 220 One 100 100 200
6. Amraze Atfal 80 50 130 One 100 100 200
Note: For Practical training Ilmul Advia-II (Ilmul Saidla wa Murakkabat) and Tibbe Qanooni wa Ilmul Samoom, the
students may be divided in two groups. Practicals in both the subjects may be held four days every week. The
students will be posted in hospital, in various groups for clinical training of Ilaj bit Tadbeer, Sareeriyat and
Amraze Atfal.
Final Professional
1. Moalajat 250 Clinical - Three
Paper –(i)- Amraz-e-Nizam-e-Dimagwa duties (in 100
Aasab and Baah, Hummiyat groups)
Paper –(ii)- Amraz-e-Tanaffus, Dauran-e- In 100 400
Khon, Tauleed-e-Dam, Tihal various 100
Paper (iii): Amraz-e-Hazm, Baul o Tanasul, sections
Amraz-e-Mutaddiyah, Hummiyat, of 100
Amraz-e-mafasil Hospital
3-4 hrs
2. Amraze Niswan 100 per day - One 100 100 200
3. Ilmul Qabalat wa Naumaulood 100 - One 100 100 200
4. Ilmul Jarahat 150 - Two
Paper (i)- Jarahat Umoomi 100 100 300
Paper (ii)- Jarahat Nizami 100
5. Ain, Uzn, Anf, Halaq wa Asnan 100 - One 100 100 200
6. Amraze Jild wa Tazeeniyat 100 - One 100 100 200

14. Qualifications and Experience for teaching staff.-The qualifications and experience for teaching staff shall be as
follows:-
(I) Essential qualification- (a) A Bachelor degree in Unani Medicine from a University or its equivalent as recognized
under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970);
(b) a Post-Graduate degree in the subject or specialty concerned included in the schedule to the Indian Medicine
Central Council Act, 1970;
(II) Experience-(a) For the Post of Professor: Ten years teaching experience in concerned subject or five years teaching
experience as Associate Professor (Reader) in concerned subject or total ten years research experience in regular
service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union territory or University or
National Institutions with minimum five papers published in a recognised journal.
(b) For the Post of Reader or Associate Professor: Five years teaching experience in concerned subject or total five
years research experience in regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government
or Union territory or University or National Institutions with minimum three papers published in a recognised
journal.
(c) For the post of Assistant Professor or Lecturer: The age shall not exceed forty-five years at the time of first
appointment and it may be relaxed for in-service candidates as per the existing rules.
Note: Priority shall be given to the candidates having Doctorate in Unani.
(III) Provision of allied subject: In absence of the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the subject concerned as
mentioned in column (2) of the table, the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the allied subjects as
mentioned in column (3) of the table, shall be considered eligible for the post of Lecturer or Assistant Professor,
Reader or Associate Professor and Professor:-
Table

Sl. No. Subject Allied Subjects


(1) (2) (3)
1. Tashreehul Badan Ilmul Jarahat or Kulliyate Tib
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 17
2. Munafeul Aza Kulliyate Tib
3. Ilmul Saidla Ilmul Advia
4. Tibbe Qanooni wa Ilmul Samoom Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib or Moalajat or Ilmul advia
5. Sareeriyat Moalajat
6. Mahiyatul Amraz Moalajat or Kulliyate Tib
7. Ilaj bit Tadabeer Moalajat or Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib
8. Amraze Jild wa Tazeeniyat Moalajat
9. Amraze Ain, Uzn, Anf, Halaq wa Asnan Ilmul Jarahat or Moalajat
10. IlmulAtfal Moalajat or Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan

Note 1: The provision of allied subjects may be allowed for five years from the date of publication of these
regulations.
Note 2: The doctor who were appointed on regular basis prior to the commencement of these regulations shall be
eligible for appointment or promotion for the post of Professor, Associate Professor (Reader) and
Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in the respective discipline under these regulations.
Note 3: The research experience of regular Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) holder may be considered equivalent to
one year teaching experience.
15.Qualification of teachers for Pre-Tib course.- For subjects of Basic Sciences- Master of Science (M.Sc.) in the
respective subject with minimum percentage of 55.

16. Qualification for the Post of Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director).-
(I) Essential: The qualification and experience prescribed for the Post of Professor shall be essential for the Post of
Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director).
(II) Desirable :(i) Minimum five years administrative experience;
(ii) Original published work in any subject of Unani Tib; and
(iii) Good Knowledge of Arabic or Persian and English.
17. Appointment of Examiner in Unani.- No person other than regular or retired teacher or researcher with minimum
three years teaching or research experience in the concerned subject shall be considered eligible for an examiner.
18. Qualification for Arabic and Communication Skill teachers.- (1)Qualification for Arabic Teacher- Post graduate
degree in Arabic or equivalent qualification from a recognised University.
(2) Qualification for Communication Skills teacher on part time – Master of Arts (M.A.) in Journalism or Master of Arts
(M.A.)in Mass communication or Post-Graduate Diploma in Journalism or Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass
communication or Master of Arts (M.A.)in English from a recognised University with good working knowledge of
Computer”.
K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secretary.
[Advt. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note.— If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016. the English version will be
treated as final.

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¼[k½ ^dkWyst* ls Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; ;k laLFkku vfHkizsr gSA
18 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

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tk,xhA fdlh f’kdk;r ds izkIr gksus ij( vFkok vkWu ykbu ck;ks eSfVªd mifLFkfr ls ;g ik, tkus ij fd f’k{k.k] xSjf’k{k.k LVWkQ]
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le>k tk,xkA
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¼viii½ fofu;e 9 ds mi fofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V egkfo|ky; dh osc lkbV dh miyC/krk(
¼ix½ fofu;e 9 ds mi fofu;e ¼3½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ck;ks eSfVªd mifLFkfr dh miyC/krk( ,oa
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ldrs gSa] layXu gksuk pkfg,A

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5-U;wure fufeZr {ks= dh vko’;drk%&


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pkfg,A rFkk dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds vyx vyx Hkouks dh vko’;drk ek= fnukad 18-07-2012 ds i’pkr~ LFkkfir
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6- izos'k {kerk%& egkfo|ky; dh okf"kZd izos’k {kerk 60 ,oa 100 ds LySc esa gksxhA 60 ls de ;k 61 ls 100 lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk
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7- f’k{k.k vLirky dh vko’;drk,a%&
¼1½ f’k{k.k vLirky] vLirky LFkkfir djus vksj lapkfyr djus gsrq lEcfU/kr jkT; vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks= ;k LFkkuh;
izkf/kdj.k dh lHkh lkafof/kd vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djsxk vkSj ,slh vuqefr ;k fudklh dh v|ru izekf.kr izfr;ka dsUnzh;
ljdkj vkSj dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dks izLrqr djsxkA lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj ;k la?k jkT; ljdkj ,sls vkosnd dkWystksa dks
vukifRr izek.k i= tkjh djus ls iwoZ ,sls vuqefr ;k fudklh dh miyC/krk dks lR;kfir djsxhA

¼2½ 'k¸;kvksa dh vko’;drk] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx vkSj ckg~; jksxh foHkkx mifLFkfr%& Nk=ksa dk vuqikr 'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ds lkFk] var% jksxh
foHkkx esa 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr dze’k% 1%1] 40 izfr’kr ,oa 1%2 tSlk fd fuUufyf[kr rkfydk esa fn;k
x;k gS ds vuqlkj gksxkA lkekU; okMZ esa nks 'k¸;kvksa dh nwjh Ms<+¼1½½ ehVj ls de ugh gksxhA
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Rkkfydk
Okkf"kZd izos’k {kerk vUrjax :X.k foHkkx izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure vkSlr la[;k fiNys ,d okf"kZd dyS.Mj ¼300
esa U;wure 'k¸;k ¼40 izfr’kr 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx½ fiNys ,d fnu½ esa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx esa
Nk=&'k¸;k vuqikr okf"kZd dyS.Mj ¼365 fnu½ esa vUrjax izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure
1%1 ij jksxh foHkkx esa vkSlr la[;k ¼1%2 fo|kFkhZ&jksxh
vuqikr½

60 Nk=ksa rd 60 'k¸;k 24 120

61 ls 100 Nk= 100 'k¸;k 40 200

'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh la[;k dh x.kuk djus gsrq egkfo|ky; izR;sd jksxh ds HkrhZ gksus rFkk muds fuoZrZu dh frfFk ,oa le; dk ys[kk tks[kk j[ksxkA
e/;jk=h esa jksxh }kjk 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk ,d 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa dh tk,xhA rFkk ;fn fdlh jksxh dk fuoZrZu e/;jk=h ls iwoZ
gksrk gS rks mls 0-5 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa fxuk tk,xkA 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk gsrq fuEufyf[kr lw= yksxw gksxk&
'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx × 100 dh la[;k
'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k × fnolksa dh la[;k

¼3½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr ds vfHkys[k dk j[kj[kko%&
¼i½ dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckg~; :X.k foHkkx ,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh
ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst] foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k] cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx ds :X.k
lEcfU/kr nLrkost] iz;ksx’kkyk vkSj jsfM;ksyksthdy tkap izfrosnu] vkS"kf/k forj.k iaftdk] vkgkj iaftdk varjax foHkkx ds :X.kksa ds
fy, vLirky deZpkjho`Un dk M;wVh iaftdk] tUe ,oa e`R;q izek.k i= bR;kfn fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e ¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks
iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq djsxkA
(ii) l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckg~; :X.k foHkkx ,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh;
iathdj.k iz.kkyh ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst] foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e
¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq djsxk rFkk dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k
iz.kkyh fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr gksxhA mu egkfo|ky;ksa dks ftUgs ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikap o"kksZ
ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] mUgs fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh
dk j[k j[kko djuk gksxkA

¼4½ LFkku vko’;drk%& iw.kZ :i ls lapkfyr vLirky esa cfgjax@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ds vfrfjDr Lokxr] jksxh izrh{kk {ks=] vkS"kf/k d{k]
ejge iV~Vh d{k] Dyhfudy iz;ksx’kkyk] jsfM;ksyksth vuqHkkx] vLirky lkbZM QkesZlh] jlksbZ] lsokd{k] fpfdRlk vfHkys[k d{k] iapdehZ
FkSjsih vuqHkkx] {kkjlw= FkSjsih vuqHkkx] 'kY; d{k] izlo d{k] Hk.Mkj x`g] L=h ,oa iq:"k vyx&2 okMZ] fpfdRldksa gsrq] ulksZ ,oa vU;
deZpkfj;ksa gsrq M;wVh d{k gksus pkfg,A layXu vLirky ds fufeZr {ks= dh lqfuf’prrk vuqlwph&I ds vuqlkj gksxhA

¼5½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx%& vLirky esa de ls de fuEu 8 ckg~; jksxh foHkkx gksxsa%&
¼i½ dk;fpfdRlk
¼ii½ iapdeZ
¼iii½ 'kY; ra=
¼iv½ 'kkykD; ra= ¼nks dejs cfgjax :X.k fd fy,½
¼d½ us= jksx foHkkx
¼[k½ d.kZ&uklk&eq[k ,oa nar jksx foHkkx
¼v½ izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx
¼vi½ dkSekjHk`R;¼ckyjksx½
¼vii½ LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx
¼viii½ vR;kf;d ¼vkikrdky½
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 21
¼6½ vUrjax :X.k foHkkx%& vLirky ds vUrjax :X.k foHkkx esa iq:"k ,oa L=h okMZ vyx gksxsa vkSj 'k¸;k forj.k fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
vUrjax foHkkx forj.k 60 'k¸;k 100 'k¸;k
dk; fpfdRlk 50% 'k¸;k 30 50
¼iapdeZ] jlk;u ,oa ekul jksx vkfn½
'kY; ra= ,oa ’kkykD; ra= 25% 'k¸;k 15 25
izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx rFkk dkSekjHk`R; 25% 'k¸;k 15 25

¼7½ jksx funku ,oa iz;ksx’kkyh; ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk ¼fDyfudy jksx funku ,oa tkap gsrq uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk½% vLirky ds ckg~;jksxh ,oa
var%jksxh foHkkx ls fufnZ"V fd;s x;s jksfx;ksa ij uSR;d] jksxkRed] tSo jklk;fud rFkk jDr laca/kh tkap ,oa vk;qosZfnd uSnkfud rduhdksa
dks dk;kZfUor djus gsrq vLirky esa vuqlwph&I] vuqlwph&II, vuqlwph&IV, vuqlwph&V, vuqlwph&VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V mfpr
vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk ,oa tu’kfDr lfgr ,d uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk gksxhA
¼8½ vLirky ds deZpkjh% vLirky ds fy, U;wure LVkWQ dh vko’;drk vuqlwph&IV ds vuqlkj gksxhA
8- dkyst dh vko’;drk,a%&
¼1½ ¼d½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ% vuqlwph&V esa fofufnZ"V izR;sd LySc gsrq nl va’k dkfyd vfrfjDr f’k{kdksa ¼ekMuZ esMhflu ds vkB
f’k{kd] ;ksx dk ,d f’k{kd rFkk tSo lkaf[;dh; dk ,d f’k{kd½ ds lkFk 60 Nk=ksa ds izos’k gsrq fu;fer vk/kkj ij fu;qDr
U;wure 30 iw.kZdkfyd f’k{kd rFkk 61 ls 100 rd dh izos’k {kerk gsrq U;wure fu;fer 45 iw.kZZdkfyd f’k{kd gksaxsA os
f’k{kd tks f’k{k.k ds in vFkok fo"k; ds f’k{kd ls lacaf/kr ik=rk ds ekudksa dks iwjk djrs gSa] mUgsa izfrfu;qfDr vFkok
lafonk ds vk/kkj ij fu;qDr fd;k tk,xkA
¼[k½ f’k{kdksa dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q% f’k{kdks dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok fo’ofo|ky;
vuqnku vks;kx ds vkns’k ds vuqlkj gksxhA f’k{kdksa dh ik=rk ds ekud iw.kZ djus okys lsok fuo`Rr f’k{kdksa dks iw.kZ dkfyd
f’k{kd ds :i esa 65 o"kZ dh vk;q rd iqu%fu;qDr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
¼x½ izR;sd f’k{kd dk fooj.k tSls ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dk;ZHkkj xzg.k djus dh frfFk
egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij gksxhA
¼?k½ leLr f’k{kdks dh lwph iw.kZ fooj.k lfgr tSls dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ }kjk vkcafVr dksM] ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk rFkk orZeku
laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ij iznf’Zkr gksxhA

¼2½ rduhdh ,oa vU; LVkQ dh vko’;drk% egkfo|ky; dh fofHkUu bdkb;ksa rFkk foHkkxksa esa rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ
vuqlwph&VI esa fn;s x;s fooj.kkuqlkj gksxkA
9- fofo/k vko’;drk,a&
¼1½ dkWyst ifj"kn~%

¼d½ izR;sd fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; vFkok fpfdRlk laLFkk esa ,d dkWyst ifj"kn~ gksxh ftlesa foHkkxksa ds v/;{k lnL; ds :i esa rFkk
izk/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk v/;{k ds :i esa lekfo"V gksA

¼[k½ ikB~;dze rFkk izf’k{k.k dk;Zdze dk fooj.k rS;kj djus] vuq’kklu ij cy nsus rFkk vU; 'kS{kf.kd ekeyksa ds fy, o"kZ esa
de ls de pkj ckj dkWyst ifj"kn~ dh cSBd dh tk;sxhA

¼x½ dkWyst ifj"kn~ }kjk laLFkk esa fu;fer :i ls vkof/kd vuqla/kku iqujh{k.k ds lkFk&lkFk vUrjfoHkkxh; cSBdsa tslS eq[; nkSjs]
lkaf[;dh; cSBdsa rFkk uSnkfud cSBdsa Hkh vk;ksftr dh tk;saxhA

¼2½ dkWyst dh osclkbZV% izR;sd dkWyst vFkok laLFkku dh mldh viuh osclkbV gksxh ftl ij izR;sd ekg ds igys lIrkg esa
v|ru fd;k x;k fuEufyf[kr fooj.k miyC/k djk;k tk;sxkA
¼d½ funs’kd vFkok vf/k"Bkrk vFkok iz/kkukpk;Z ,oa fpfdRlk v/kh{kd dk fooj.k ftlesa mldk uke] vk;q] iathdj.k la[;k]
vgZrk] dk;Zxzg.k dh rkjh[k] nwjHkk"k@eksckby la[;k lfgr mudk iwjk irk rFkk ,l-Vh-Mh- dksM] QsDl rFkk bZ&esy bR;kfn
gksaA
¼[k½ QksVksxzkQ] iathdj.k la[;k] tUefrfFk] vgZrk] vuqHko foHkkx bR;kfn ds lkFk f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.kA
¼x½ muds vius foHkkx lfgr dkWyst ds xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; LVkWQ dk fooj.kA
¼?k½ Lukrdh; ,oa LukrdksRrj ds fofHkUu ikB~;dzeksa dh Lohd`fr izos’k {kerk dk fooj.kA
¼M+½ pkyw ,o xr o"kZ ds fy, izos’k izkIr Nk=ksa dh ;ksX;rk ds vk/kkj ij ,oa Js.kh ds vk/kkj ij lwphA
¼p½ fiNys ,d o"kZ ds nkSjku dksbZ 'kks/k izdk’kuA
22 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼N½ laLFkk }kjk vk;ksftr lrr fdlh fpfdRlk f’k{kk ¼lh-,e-bZ½ dk;Zdze] lEesyu rFkk@vFkok fdlh 'kS{kf.kd xfrfof/k;ksa dk
fooj.kA
¼t½ Nk=ksa ,oa ladk; }kjk izkIr fd;s x;s fdlh iqjLdkj ,oa miyfC/k dk fooj.kA
¼>½ lEc) fo’ofo|ky; rFkk blds dqyifr rFkk dqy lfpo dk fooj.kA
¼Œk½ fiNys ,d o"kZ dh lHkh ijh{kkvksa dk ifj.kkeA
¼V½ lHkh ikB~;dzeksa dh ekU;rk dh C;kSjsokj fLFkfrA
¼B½ fpfdRlky; esa uSnkfud lkexzh dk fooj.kA
¼M½ egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ls fyad gksxh] ftls ea=ky; dh osclkbV ls Hkh fyax fd;k tk,xkA
¼<½ egkfo|ky; ds f’k{k.k rFkk xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ] vLirky ds LVkWQ] Nk=ksa rFkk ckg~~; jksxh foHkkx rFkk var% jksxh foHkkx esa
jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr dk ekg ds vuqlkj fo’ys"k.k egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij iznf’kZr fd;k tk,xkA
¼3½ ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr% ¼i½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls
fyad dEI;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼ii½ l’krZ vuqefr gsrq ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad gksxhA
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; ftUgas ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikap o"kksZ ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] os fnukad 1
fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr dk vuqj{k.k djsaxsA
10- u, dkWyst dh pj.k okj fof’k"V vko’;drk,a &
¼1½ vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 13 d ds izko/kku ds vUrxZr vk;qosZnkpk;Z ¼cspyj vkWQ vk;qosZfnd esMhflu ,.M ltZjh½ ikB~;dze
izkjEHk djus gsrq vuqefr pkgus okys vk;qosZn dkWyst dks vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk rFkk tu’kfDr dks fuEuor~ LFkkfir djuk gksxk%
¼d½ dkWyst Nk=ksa ds izFke csp ds izos’k ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ vkosnu izLrqr djrs le;] dkWyst ds ikl 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k rFkk fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ"V okf"kZd
Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okys vkosnu dh frfFk ls nks o"kZ ls
iwoZ dk;kZRed vk;qosZn fpfdRlky; ds lkFk fofu;e 4 ,oa 5 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa
rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd dh fu;qfDr
leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq dk;kfpfdRlk] iapdeZ] 'kY;] 'kkykD;] izlwfr ra= ,oa L=h jksx] dkSekjHk`R; esa ls izR;sd dk de
ls de ,d fo’ks"kK vFkok uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA rFkk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk gsrq dsUnzh; ljdkj dks vkosnd }kjk
vkosnu izLrqr fd, tkus ls nks o"kZ iwoZ vFkok fo’ks"kK fpfdRld dh fu;qfDr dh frfFk ls] tks Hkh de gks] fo’ks"kK fpfdRld
vFkok uSnkfud fpfdRld dk vuqHko f’k{kd ds :i esa ekuk tk,xkA
¼iv½ nks gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa ds
cSBus rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr nks
O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ nks gtkj ikap lkS oxZehVj Hkwfe ij rFkk 4 gtkj oxZ ehVj dh Hkwfe ij QSyk ,d oukS"kf/k;ksa ls ;qDr m|ku dze’k% 60
lhVks rd ds fy, rFkk 61 ls 100 lhVks ds fy, ftlesa de ls de ,d lkS iztkfr;ksa dh vkS"kf/k;ksa ds ikS/ks yxs gksaA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk( rFkk
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA

¼[k½ Nk=ksa ds f}rh; cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed vk;qosZn fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr
leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd
dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq dk;kfpfdRlk] iapdeZ] 'kY;] 'kkykD;] izlwfr ra= ,oa L=h jksx] dkSekjHk`R; foHkkxksa
esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikap gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus rFkk
61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr
rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 23

¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk(
¼viii½ jl’kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk foHkkx ls tqM+h vuqlwph ii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V U;wure {ks= dh ,d f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk
¼jlk;u’kkyk½ rFkk xq.koRrk ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk gksxh ftlesa ikB;~dze ds vuqlkj vkS"k/kh rS;kj djus gsrq vuqlwph&VII ds
vuqlkj midj.k gksaxsA
¼ix½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA

¼x½ Nk=ksa ds r`rh; cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&

¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izo’s k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed vk;qosZn fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh; ,oa r`rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk
lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa
izokpd dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq dk;kfpfdRlk] iapdeZ] 'kY;] 'kkykD;] izlwfr ra= ,oa L=h jksx] dkSekjHk`R; foHkkxksa
esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikap gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus rFkk
61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh; ,oa r`rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa
lqlfTtr rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksaxsA
¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk(
¼viii½ jl’kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk foHkkx ls tqM+h vuqlwph ii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V U;wure {ks= dh ,d f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk
¼jlk;u’kkyk½ rFkk xq.koRrk ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk gksxh ftlesa ikB;~dze ds vuqlkj vkS"k/kh rS;kj djus gsrq vuqlwph&VII ds
vuqlkj midj.k gksaxsA
¼ix½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA

¼?k½ Nk=ksa ds prqFkZ cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&

¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izo’s k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed vk;qosZn fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh;] r`rh; ,oa prqFkZ O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr
vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA
¼iii½ bu fofu;eksa 4 ls 11 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky;] vLirky rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa dh leLr vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk
,oa tu’kfDr dh vko’drk,(
¼iv½ lkr gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fDr;ksa ds
cSBus rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v½ vuqlwph iii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr vkS"k/kh ikS/kksa dk cxhpk
¼vi½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V iw.kZ fdz;kRed iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk vkS"k/k ijh{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr vkS"k/k’kkyk
¼vii½ fpfdRlky; esa vkS"kf/k;ksa] ijkfpfdRlk LVkWQ] fpfdRld rFkk vkikrdky izcU/ku ds lkFk pkSchl ?kaVs dh fpfdRlk lsokvksa dh
fuf’pr miyC/krkA
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼2½ ¼d½ fdlh u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk djus rFkk Nk=ksa dks izos’k nsus dh vuqefr izkjEHk esa ,d o"kZ dh vof/k ds fy, iznku dh tk;sxh
rFkk vuqefr dh vof/k okf"kZd vk/kkj ij mi fofu;e ¼1½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd y{;ksa dh miyfC/k dh tkap dh 'krZ ij c<+k;h
tk;sxhA
¼[k½ ;g dkWyst dk mRrjnkf;Ro gksxk fd og vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus ds mn~ns’; gsrq izkjfEHkd vuqefr dh vof/k lekIr gksus ls N%
ekg iwoZ dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ esa vkosnu djsA
24 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼x½ vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus dh ;g izfdz;k izFke cSp ds lekiu gsrq u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk ds iw.kZ gksus rd tkjh
jgsxhA
¼3½ u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk] v/;;u dk u;k vFkok mPprj ikB~;dze ;k izf’k{k.k izkjEHk djuk rFkk fpfdRlk egkfo|ky;
}kjk izos’k {kerk esa o`f) djus gsrq Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh /kkjk 13 d ds v/khu vkosnu djus okys
O;fDr vFkok fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dks f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k
izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc
vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk rFkk vLirky ds ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ,oa var% jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa ds vfHkys[k ds
j[kj[kko gsrq osc fyad dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh j[kuk vko’;d gSA ftu vkosndks us o"kZ 2015 esa vkosnu fd;k Fkk]
muds fy, vk’k; i= tkjh djus gsrq bu vko’;drkvksa ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,sxk ijarq mUgsa ’kSf{kd l= 2016&17 gsrq vuqefr i=
tkjh fd;s tkus ls iwoZ bu vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djuk gksxkA

11- midj.k] ;U=&lewg bR;kfn dh lwph& Nk=ksa ds fy, f’k{k.k rFkk izf’k{k.k lkexzh ds mfpr izko/kku lqfuf’pr djus gsrq] dkWyst tSlk fd
vuqlwph&VII ds vUrxZr fofufnZ"V gS] dkWyst ds f’k{k.k foHkkx] fpfdRlky;] iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk 'ko foPNsnu d{k] iqLrdky;]
vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa esa visf{kr i;kZIr la[;k esa midj.k ;a=&lewg bR;kfn dk U;wure 90 izfr’kr vius vf/kdkj esa j[ksxkA

12- vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa esa vuqefr izfdz;k ds iw.kZ gksus dh frfFk rFkk izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk&

¼1½ vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k ysus gsrq vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa dks vuqefr iznku djus vFkok iznku uk djus dh izfdz;k izR;sd ’kSf{kd l=
dh 31 tqykbZ rd iw.kZ dj yh tk,xhA
¼2½ vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk izR;sd ’kSf{kd l= dh 30 flrEcj gksxhA

vuqlwph&I
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; ds layXu fpfdRlky; dh vko’;drk,a
dze la[;k fooj.k fufeZr {ks= ¼oxZehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
I. fpfdRlky; ds Hkou dk dq y fufeZ r {ks = 2]000 3500
II. fpfdRlky; iz’kklfud [k.M 100 150
1. v/kh{kd d{k
2. mi v/kh{kd d{k
3. fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dk d{k ¼ nks vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok
vkoklh; 'kY; vf/kdkjh gsrq ½
4. eSVªu d{k
5. lgk;d eSVªd d{k ¼ nks ds fy,½
6. Lokxr iVy rFkk iathdj.k
III. ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ¼vks-ih-Mh-½ 300 500
1. dk;fpfdRlk ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
2. 'kY; ckg~; jksxh foHkkx izlk/ku d{k] ok’k csflu rFkk ijh{kk d{k lfgr
3. 'kkykD; ra= ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
4. L=h jksx ,oa izlwfr ra= ckg~; jksxh foHkkx izlk/ku d{k rFkk ijh{kk d{k
lfgr
5. dkSekjHk`R; ¼cky jksx½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
6. LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx ckg~; jksxh foHkkx] izn'kZu {ks= lfgr
7. vR;kf;d¼grkgr½ foHkkx izlk/ku d{k rFkk ok’k csflu lfgr
8. ejge iV~Vh ,oa izkFkfed fpfdRlk d{k] {kkj lw= d{k
9. vkS"k/kky;
10. jksfx;ksa ds fy, izrh{kk LFky
11. Hk.Mkj
12. LVkWQ rFkk jksfx;ksa ds fy;s vyx&vyx iq:"k ,oa efgyk izlk/ku d{k
IV vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ¼vkbZ-ih-Mh-½ 900 1650
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 25

1. dk;fpfdRlk rFkk iapdeZ iq:"k okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
2. dk;kfpfdRlk rFkk iapdeZ efgyk okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g
lfgr
3. 'kY; 'kkykD; iq:"k okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
4. 'kY; 'kkykD; efgyk okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
5. izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx ,oa dkSekjHk`R; okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g
lfgr
6. izR;sd foHkkx ds fy;s ,d fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa
Lukux`g lfgr
7. izR;sd okMZ esa ,d ifjp;kZ LVkWQ M~;wVh ds fy, d{k layXu izlk/ku d{k
,oa Lukux`g lfgr
8. Ykhuu bR;kfn ds fy;s Hk.Mkj x`g
V. 'kY;deZ d{k [k.M 150 250
1. eq[;] y?kq ,oa ’kkykD; izfdz;kvksa ds fy, 'kY;deZ d{k
2. izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr izlwfr d{k
3. uotkr f’k’kq vuqj{k.k d{k
4. dsUnzh; thok.kquk’ku@vkVksDyso bdkbZ
5. Ldzc d{k
6. nks vkjksX; d{k
7. fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku ,oa Lukukx`g lfgr
8. izf’k{kq@x`g vf/kdkjh@ vkoklh; fpfdRldksa dk d{k layXu izlk/ku rFkk
Lukukx`g lfgr
9. ifjp;kZ d{k layXu izlk/ku rFkk Lukux`g lfgr
VI iapdeZ [k.M 200 350
1. Lusgu d{k ¼iq:"k½
2. Lusgu d{k ¼efgyk½
3. Losnu d{k ¼iq:"k½
4. Losnu d{k ¼efgyk½
5. f’kjks/kkjk d{k ¼iq:"k½
6. f'kjks/kkjk d{k ¼efgyk½
7. oeu d{k ¼iq:"k½
8. oeu d{k ¼efgyk½
9. fojspu d{k ¼iq:"k½
10. fojspu d{k ¼efgyk½
11. cfLr d{k ¼iq:"k½
12. cfLr d{k ¼efgyk½
13. jDr eks{k.k] tykSdkokpj.k] vfXudeZ] izkPNku bR;kfn d{k
14. iapdeZ fpfdRld@fpfdRldksa dk d{k
15. iapdeZ Hk.Mkj x`g
16. layXu izlk/ku d{k iq:"kksa ds fy;s rFkk efgykvksa ds fy;s ftuesa ls izR;sd
esa ok’kcsflu rFkk xhtj dh lqfo/kk gksaA ;s izlk/ku okMksZa ds izlk/kuksa ds
vfrfjDr gksaxsA
VII HkkSfrd fpfdRlk bdkbZ% 75 150
1. HkkSfrd fpfdRlk d{k
2. HkkSfrd fpfdRld d{k
VIII uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk% 100 150
fod`fr foKku] tSo jlk;u rFkk lw{e tho&foKku gsrq i`Fkd foHkkxksa lfgr
iw.kZ midj.k ;qDr ew= uewus ,d= djus gsrq ;gka layXu izlk/ku gksaxsA bZ-
lh-th- vFkok Vh-,e-Vh-bR;kfn ds fy;s vU; uSnkfud midj.k miyC/k
djk;s tk;saxsA
26 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

IX fofdj.k&fpfdRlk&foKku vFkok lksuksxzkQh vuqHkkx%& 50 100


fofdj.kfoKkuh dks"B] ,Dl&js d{k] MkdZ :e] fQYe MªkbZ d{k] Hk.Mkj d{k]
jksxh izrh{kk ,oa izlk/ku d{k] Lokxr&iVy vFkok iathdj.k vFkok fjiksVZ
d{kA
X fpfdRlky; dk ikd’kkyk rFkk dSUVhu% 100 150
XI Hk.Mkj@’kox`g 25 50
dqy 2]000 3]500

fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V fofHkUu ?kVdksa ds chp izfoHkkftr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq layXu fpfdRlky; dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 5 esa
fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj gksxkA
2- bDlB ls lkS Nk=ksa dh okf"kZd izos’k {kerk ds ,d vk;qosZn dkWyst ds layXu vLirky dh fufeZr {ks= dh vko’;drk dk fo?kVu
fofu;e 5 esa fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj {ks= dh dqy vko’;drk dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, mlds vuq:i c<+k;k tk;sxkA
3- ckg~; jksxh foHkkx lfgr layXu ’kkSpk;y dh vko’;drk fnukad 18 tqykbZ] 2012 ds i’pkr~ LFkkfir egkfo|ky;ksa gsrq ykxw gSA

4- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] fofu;e 5 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky; ds layXu vLirky dk dqy fufeZr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu
gks ldrk gSA

vuqlwph&II

¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½


vk;qosZfnd dkWyst dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k fufeZr {ks= ¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd

¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½


dkWyst dh bekjr dk dqy fufeZr {ks= 2,000 4,000
1. iz'kklfud vuqHkkx%& dkWyst ds iz'kklfud vuqHkkx esa izkpk;Z d{k] futh
lgk;d d{k] Lokxr iVy] feyus okyksa ds fy, izfr{kk d{k] LVkWQ lfefr
d{k] fyfid d{k] uxnh ,oa ys[kk vuqHkkx] vfHkys[k d{k] dsUnzh; Hk.Mkj ,oa
iq:"k ,oa efgykvksa ds fy, vyx iz’kk/ku d{kA
2. O;k[;ku gky% lkB lhVksas rdizos’k gsrq U;wure 80 oxZehVj ds {ks= ds ,oa 400 800
bdlB ls lkS lhVksa ds izos’k gsrq 160 oxZehVj {ks= ds de ls de ikap
O;k[;ku gky gksaxs ftuesa fctyh vkiwfrZ] JO;&n`’; f’k{k.k lgk;d ;a=]
ia[ks@dwyj rFkk vf/kekur% fFk;sVj ds izdkj dk vkjkenk;d :i ls cSBus
dk izcU/k gksxkA izR;sd ry ij ckyd ,oa ckfydkvksa ds fy, i`Fkd&2
izlk/ku d{kksa dk fuekZ.k djk;k tk;sxkA
3. fopkj xks"Bh vFkok lEesyu vFkok ijh{kk gkWy% cSBdksa] fopkj xksf"B;ksa] 150 300
lEesyuksa] laxks"Bh] ijh{kk] ea=.kk bR;kfn ds fy, dkWyst ds ifjlj esa ,d
o`gr gkWy miyC/k gksxk ftlesa pkj lkS ls ikap lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh
{kerk gksxhA gkWy esa fctyh rFkk cSBus dk izcU/k rFkk n`JO;&n`’; i)fr dh
i;kZIr lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA
4. dsUnzh; iqLrdky;% dsUnzh; iqLrdky; esa lkB dh izos’k {kerk rd de ls 100 200
de ipkl O;fDr;ksa rFkk bdlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq vLlh O;fDr;ksa
a ds cSBus dh {kerk] 'ksYQ vFkok vYekfj;ksa dh i;kZIr la[;k] LVkWd j[kus
gsrq i;kZIr LFkku] f’k{kdksa ds fy, i`Fkd okpuky;] iqLrdk/;{k dk d{k]
dEI;wVj fizUVj ,oa bUVjusV dh lqfo/kk lfgr QksVksdkWihvj vFkok fofM;ks
:e gksxkA iqLrdky; esa izdk’k dk mfpr izcU/k] ia[ks@dwyj] is; ty dk
izcU/k rFkk izlk/ku lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA Nk=ksa ds izFke izos’k ds le; iqLrdky;
esa vk;qosZn] vk/kqfud fpfdRlk rFkk leoxhZ foKku ds fofHkUu 'kh"kZdksa dh nks
gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdsa gksaxhA iqLrdksa dh la[;k Nk=ksa ds f}rh; rFkk r`rh;
cSapksa ds izos’k ls iwoZ ikap gtkj rFkk Nk=ksa ds prqFkZ cSap ds izos’k ls iwoZ
lkr gtkj ikap lkS rd c<+kbZ tk;saxhA ikap o"kZ vFkok vf/kd ds fy,
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 27
fo|eku egkfo|ky; nl gtkj iqLrdsa j[ksxkA

5. f’k{k.k foHkkx% pkSng f’k{k.k foHkkx gksaxsa ftuesa ls izR;sd ds lkFk f’k{kdksa ds dqy 1200 dqy 2400 oxZehVj rFkk
fy, d{k] ,d NksVk foHkkxh; iqLrdky;] ,d NksVk dk;kZy;] xSj f’k{k.k oxZehVj rFkk fo?kVu fuEuor~ gksxk%
LVkWQ gsrq dk;Z LFkku rFkk fof’k"V foHkkx dh vko’;drkuqlkj ,d laxzgky; fo?kVu
vFkok iz;ksx’kkyk vFkok 'koPNsnu gkWy vFkok f’k{kdh; d{k@foHkkx ds fuEuor~ gksxk%
vk/kkj ij {ks= dh vko’;drk fuEuor~ gksxh%&
(i) lafgrk rFkk fl)kUr foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr foHkkxh; iqLrdky; o 50 100
f’k{kdh; d{k
(ii) jpuk 'kkjhj foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr ,d goknkj 'koPNsnu gkWy] i;kZIr 125 250
ykWdjksa rFkk okl&csflu lfgr Nk=ksa ds fy, ,d d{k] pkj 'ko gsrq ,d
Hk.Mkj.k VSad vFkok iz’khrr ¼Qhztj½ lfgr 'ko dk laysiu djus gsrq ,d
d{k rFkk oSdfYid ekbdzks ,sukWVeh iz;ksx’kkyk lfgr jpuk 'kkjhj laxzgky;;
(iii) fdz;k 'kkjhj foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr tSo jlk;u ijh{k.k gsrq oSdfYid 75 150
lqfo/kk lfgr fdz;k 'kkjhj ¼Qhft;ksykWth½ iz;ksx’kkyk;
(iv) nzO;xq.k foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr ouLifr&laxzgky; o nzO;xq.k laxzgky; 125 250
rFkk QkekZdksXukslh rFkk QkekZDykWth iz;ksx’kkyk,a;
(v) jl’kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr jl’kkL= iz;ksx’kkyk 75 150
,oa laxzgky;; vkS"k/k’kkyk dh vkS"k/k ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk Hkh f’k{k.k gsrq iz;ksx
dh tk;sxh;
(vi) jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr fod`fr foKku 75 150
¼iSFkksykWth½ iz;ksx’kkyk;
(vii) ;k rks dkWfyt esa vFkok vLirky esa LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx foHkkx rFkk blds 75 150
vfrfjDr ;ksx gkWy;
(viii) vxnra= ,oa fof/k oS|d foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky;; 50 100
(ix) dk;fpfdRlk foHkkx; 75 150
(x) iapdeZ foHkkx; 37 75
(xi) 'kY; foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k rFkk iz;ksxkRed 75 150
ltZjh ¼;ksX;k½ iz;ksx’kyk;
(xii) 'kkykD; foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k; 75 150
(xiii) izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k; 50 100
rFkk
(xiv) dkSekjHk`R; ¼ckyjksx½ foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k; 38 75
* fVIi.kh& lHkh iz;ksx’kkykvksa dh dk;Z djus dh estsa dBksj iRFkj vFkok
LVsuysl LVhy dh gksuh pkfg;s rFkk 'ksYQ rFkk ok’kcsflu esa rkts ikuh ds
uy dh mfpr O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg,A
6. f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk vkS"kf/k xq.koRrk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk% dkWyst esa 100 200
fofHkUu izdkj dh vk;qosZn dh vkS"kf/k;ka tSls pw.kZ] oVh] xqXxyq] vklo
vfj"V] Lusg dYi] {kkj rFkk yo.k] ykSg] voysg] dwfiiDo jlk;u bR;kfn
rS;kj djus gsrq mfpr izf’k{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr ,d f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk] ,d
dPph&vkS"k/k dk Hk.Mkjx`g rFkk bugkml & vkS"k/k ,dhdj.k gksxkA
vkS"k/k’kkyk dh vkS"k/k ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk dk iz;ksx f’k{k.k gsrq Hkh fd;k
tk,xkA
7. lkekU; d{k% cSBus ds i;kZIr LFkku ,oa izcU/k lfgr ckyd rFkk ckfydkvksa 50 100
gsrq i`Fkd i`Fkd d{k miyC/k gksxsaA
8. dSUVhu% dkWyst ifjlj esa yxHkx lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus ds izcU/k lfgr 50 100
dSUVhu dh lqfo/kk miyC/k gksxhA

fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V fofHkUu ?kVdksa ds chp izfoHkkftr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d vk;qosZn dkWyst dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 5 ij
mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] egkfo|ky; dk dqy fufeZr {ks= fofu;e 5 esa mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gSA
28 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

vuqlwph&III
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
,d vk;qosZfnd dkWyst dh leoxhZ vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k ¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd

¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½

oukS"kf/k m|ku% 250 iztkfr;ksa ds oukS"kf/k ikS/kksa rFkk iPphl ls ipkl 2500 4000
1- oxZehVj {ks= dk ,d izn’kZu d{k lfgr HkyhHkk¡fr fodflr ,d vkS"k/kh;
ikS/kksa dk cxhpk dkWyst esa fo|eku gksxkA

fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 4 ij fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj
gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] vkS"k/kh; ikS/kks dh U;wure 150 iztkfr;ka vko’;d gksaxhA
vuqlwph&IV

¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½


vk;qosZfnd dkWyst fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ dh vko’;drk,a
dze la[;k in Ikk=rk
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- fpfdRlk v/kh{kd 1- fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds in gsrq in/kkjh dh vgZrk izk/;kid ls
de ugha gksxhA
vFkok
2- iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk insu fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds :i esa
dk;Z dj ldrs gSA
rFkkfi] ;fn ogk¡ fpfdRlk v/khd{k dk in gS rks og¡k tkjh
jgsxkA
2- mi fpfdRlk v/kh{kd 1- vgZrk ch-,-,e-,l- rFkk uSnkfud fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k
vFkok nl o"kksZ ds uSnkfud vuqHko lfgr ch-,-,e-,l- gksxhA
2- f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vfrfjDr iw.kZ dkfyd fu;fer in/kkjhA
3- ijke'kZnkrk 1- uSnkfud foHkkx] ftuesa LoLFko`Rr rFkk ;ksx foHkkx lfEefyr gksa]
ds f’k{kd
4- vkikrdkyhu fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh nks
5- vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok vkoklh; 'kY; 05 ¼01 dk;fpfdRlk] 02 izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx rFkk 01 'kY;ra= rFkk
fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh 01 dkSekjHk`R; esa½
¼vkj-,e-vks ;k vkj-,,l-vks ;k ,e-vks-
6- eSVªu ;k ifjpkfjdk v/kh{kd ,d
7- var% jksxh foHkkx gsrq LVkWQ ifjpkfjdk,a izfr 10 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, ,d
8- okMZ vuqdehZ vFkok vk;k izfr 20 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, ,d
9- Hks"ktK ¼QkekZflLV½ nks
10- Mªslj nks
11- Hk.Mkjiky ,d
12- dk;kZy; LVkWQ ¼iath;u] vfHkys[k vuqj{k.k] MkVk Nks
,UVªh bR;kfn½
13- MkdZ :e ifjpkjd ,d
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 29
vk/kqfud fpfdRlk LVkWQ
14- fpfdRlk fo’ks"kK ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
15- 'kY; fo’ks"kK ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
16- izlwfr rFkk L=hjksx foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
17- fod`frfoKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
18- laKkgj.k foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
19- us= foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
20- cky ¼jksx½ fpfdRld ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
21- fofdj.kfoKkuh ,d ¼lafonk ij ,yksiSfFkd fofdj.k foKku esa LukrdksRrj vFkok
vk;qosZfnd fo|k&fo’ks"k dk fofdj.k foKku½ 'kY; f’k{k.k foHkkx lsA
22- nar fpfdRlk ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
23- ,Dl&js rduhf’k;u vFkok fofdj.k fp=d ,d
24- HkkSfrd fpfdRld ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij

ckg~; jksxh foHkkx rFkk vUr% jksxh foHkkx gsrq iapdeZ fpfdRlk foKku vuqHkkx ds fy, LVkWQ

25- iapdeZ fo’ks"kK iapdeZ f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kd


26- x`g vf/kdkjh vFkok uSnkfud jftLVªkj vFkok ofj"B ,d
vkoklh; fpfdRld ¼vk;qosZfnd½
27- iapdeZ ifjpkfjdk ,d ¼dze la[;k 7 ij fufnZ"V
ifjpkfjdkvksa ds vfrfjDr½
28- iapdeZ lgk;d nks iq:"k rFkk nks efgyk
29- ;ksx f’k{kd vFkok fo’ks"kK ,d ¼LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx foHkkx ls½

'kY;deZ d{k ,oa {kkjlw= fpfdRlk&foKku vuqHkkx dk LVkWQ

30- 'kY; ,oa {kkjlw= fpfdRlk&foKku fo’ks"kK 'kY; foHkkx ds f’k{kd


31- 'kY;deZ d{k ifjpkjd ,d
32- ifjpkfjdk ,d] ¼dze la[;k 7 ij fufnZ"V
ifjpkfjdkvksa ds vfrfjDr½A
izlo d{k
33- izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx fo’ks"kK izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx foHkkx ds f’k{kd
34- feMokbQ ,d
uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk
35- iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u nks
36- pijklh vFkok ifjpkjd ,d

f'k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk xq.krk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk


37- vkS"k/k’kkyk izcU/kd vFkok v/kh{kd jl&’kkL=] HkS"kT; dYiuk dk f’k{kd
38- pijklh vFkok ifjpj ,d
39- dkexkj 02¼vko’;drk ds vk/kkj ij vf/kd la[;k½
40- fo'ys"k.k jlk;uK ¼va’kdkfyd½ ,d ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr miyC/k
iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u½
41- Hks"kt vfHkKkuh ¼va’kdkfyd½ ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr miyC/k
iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u½
dqy%
1- lkB ’k¸;kvksa ds vLirky gsrq mi;ZqDr vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kdksa dks NksMdj
NIiu
2- lkS ’k¸;kvksa ds vLirky gsrq
mi;ZqDr vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kdksa dks NksMdj
lRrj
30 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

fVIi.kh%
1- lkB ls vf/kd 'kS¸;kvksa okys fpfdRlky; gsrq vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] vkoklh; 'kY; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] lgk;d esVªu rFkk
Hks"ktK ds :i esa izR;sd ds fy, nks in/kkfj;ksa dh vfrfjDr vko’;drk gksxhA
2- fpfdRlky; esa lqj{kk] flfoy rFkk fo|qr] lQkbZ dk izcU/k] nSfud vkgkj rFkk dsUVhu] /kqykbZ&?kj rFkk vif’k"V HkLehdj.k rFkk Qasdus
;k u"V djus dh lqfo/kkvksa ds i;kZIr izko/kku gksaxsA
3- vfuok;Z M~;wVh LVkWQ rFkk lsok,a pkSchl ?kaVs miyC/k gksaxhA
4- xSj rduhfd LVkWQ tSls pijklh] ifjpj] lQkbZokyk] pksdhnkj] /kksch] ekyh ,oa jlksbZ;k bR;kfn dh lsok,a cfg%L=ksru }kjk izkIr dh tk
ldrh gSA
5- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] mi;ZqDr fpfdRlky; LVkWQ dh de ls de 80 izfr’kr dh vko’;drk gksxhA

vuqlwph&V
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 8] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
vk;qosZfnd dkWyst f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- f’k{k.k foHkkx f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh vko’;drk

60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd


¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk
(1) lafgrk ,oa fl)kar 1 vFkok 1 1 vk;qosZn vkSj 1 1 1 vk;qosZn vkSj
1 laLd`r 1 laLd`r
(2) jpuk 'kkjhj 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(3) fdz;k 'kjhj 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(4) nzO; xq.k 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(5) jl 'kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
dYiuk
(6) jksx funku ,oa fod`fr 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
foKku
(7) LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(8) vxn ra= ,oa fof/k oS|d 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(9) izlwfr ra= ,oa L=h jksx 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 2
(10) dk; fpfdRlk 1 1 1 1 1 2
(11) 'kY; 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(12) 'kkykD; 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(13) dkSekj Hk`R; ¼cky jksx½ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(14) iapdeZ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
15 15 14 14 17
dqy 30 45

fVIi.kh%
I. mDr ds vfrfjDr vuqlwph &IV ¼dze la[;k 14 ls 22½ ij fufnZ"V LoLFko`Rr rFkk ;ksx foHkkx esa ,d ;ksx f’k{kd] vuqla/kku
esFkksMksykWth ,oa fpfdRlk&lkaf[;dh; ds f’k{k.k gsrq ,d tSo&lkaf[;dhfon rFkk vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds vkB ijke’kZnkrk f’k{k.k gsrq
va’kdkfyd vk/kkj ij fofu;ksftr fd;s tk;saxsA
II. v’kadkfyd f’k{kdks dh vko’;drk fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr gsrq mi;ZqDr fcUnq I esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr U;wure
dksbZ ikap gksxhA
III. lkB rd dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdks dh deh izR;sd pkSng foHkkxks esa U;wure ,d f’k{kd dh miyC/krk lfgr dqy vko’;drk ds nl
izfr’kr ls vf/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;k U;wure X;kjg foHkkxks esa forfjr ckjg v/;kidks vFkok izokpdks ls de
ugha gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & lkB rd dh izos’k
{kerk j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure lrkbZl ladk; j[kus gksaxs] ftues ls U;wure X;kjg foHkkxks ls U;wure ckjg izk/;kid
vFkok izokpd gkssaxsA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 31
IV. bDlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdks dh deh izR;sd pkSng foHkkxks esa U;wure ,d mPp ladk; rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh miyC/krk
lfgr dqy f’k{kdks ds chl izfr’kr rFkk dqy vko’drk ds nl izfr’kr lss vf/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;k mUuhl ls de
ugha gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & bDlB ls lkS lhVksa dh
izos’k {kerk j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure pkyhl ladk; j[kus gksaxs] ftues ls lHkh pkSng foHkkxks ls U;wure mUuhl
izk/;kid vFkok izokpd gkssaxsA
V. foHkkx esa tgkW dgha vfrfjDr iz/;kid vFkok izokpd miyC/k gS] vfrfjDr iz/;kidks ij izokpd vFkok O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq
fopkj fd;k tk,xk rFkk vfrfjDr izokpd ij O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq fopkj fd;k tk,xkA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & bDlB ls lkS
Lukrdh; lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk okys egkfo|ky;ksa esa] jpuk ’kkjhj foHkkx esa ,d izk/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh
vko’;drk gsrq ;fn ogka rhu izk/;kid vFkok ,d izk/;kid rFkk nks izokpd vFkok ,d izk/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;krk gS]
rks egkfo|ky; bl foHkkx esa ladk; dh vko’;drk dh iwrhZ dj jgk gS rFkk bl foHkkx esa ladk; dh dksbZ deh ugha gSA

vuqlwph&VI
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 8] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
vk;qosfnZd dkWyst ds rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- foHkkx in vko’;drk
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1. iqLrdky; iqLrdky;k/;{k ,d
lgk;d iqLrdky;k/;{k ,d
iqLrdky; ifjpj vFkok pijklh ,d
2 dkWyst dk;kZy; iz'kklfud ,oa ys[kk lsokvksa gsrq fyfidh; LVkWQ pkj
3. lafgrk ,oa fl)kar ifjpj ,d
4. jpuk 'kkjhj iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
laxzgky;iky ,d
fy¶Vj ,d
5. fdz;k 'kjhj iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d

6. nzO; xq.k iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d


laxzgy;iky ,d
7. jl 'kkL= iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d ,d
8. jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u nks
9 LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx laxzgky;iky ,d
10 vxn ra= ,oa fof/k oS|d ifjpj ,d
11 izlwfr ra= ,oa L=h jksx ifjpj
12. dk; fpfdRlk
13. 'kY;
14. 'kkykD; nks
15. iapdeZ
16. dkSekj Hk`R; ¼cky jksx½
17. oukS"kf/k m|ku ekyh ,d
cgq&mn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ nks
dqy iPphl

¼lQkbZ deZpkjh] ifjpj] fy¶Vj] iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d] MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj¼MhbZvks½] cgqmn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ vuqca/k ds vk/kkj ij gks ldrk gS½
fVIi.kh% l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] miZ;qDr ds U;wure vLlh izfr’kr rduhdh rFkk vU; LVWQ dh vko’;drk gksxhA

vuqlwph&VII
32 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 rFkk fofu;e 11 nsa[ksa]


¼d½ fdz;k 'kkjhj iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- vfuok;Z midj.k ,oa ;a= lkB Nk=ksa dh bdlB ls lkS
izos’k {kerk rd rd Nk=ksa dh
izos’k {kerk
{kerk

vfuok;Z
1- ekbdzksLdksi fon vkW;y be’kZu rhl ipkl
2- bZ-,l-vkj- gsrq oSLVjxzhu ihisV lkB lkS

3- ghekVksDVªhV V~;wc lkB lkS


4- Lkkgyh gheksXyksfcuksehVj lkB lkS
5- ghekslkbVksehVj lkB lkS
6- bySDVªksdkfMZ;ksxzkQ ,d ,d
7- LVkWi okp lkB lkS
8- okVj fMLVhys’ku fLVy ,d ,d
9- cSysalsl ,d ,d
10- LihM daVªksy lfgr LksUVªh¶;wt e’khu rhu N%
11- dyjhehVj ¼QksVks bysfDVªd½ rhu N%
12- ih-,p- ehVj bysfDVªd ,d ,d
13- fMLd lfgr ih-,p- dEiSjsVj ,d ,d
14- fLQXekseSuksehVj rhl ipkl

15- LVsFksLdksi lkB lkS


16- Dyhfudy FkekZehVj lkB lkS
17- Ukh&gSej lkB lkS
18- V~;wfuax QksDlZ lkB lkS
19- LVsjsykbtj ikap ikap

lkekU;
20- jsQzhtjsVj ,d ,d
21- U;wVul dyj Oghy bu , cSp ,d ,d

fofo/k
22- doj fLyIl] Xyklos;j] ekbdzksLykbMl oxhZd`r

¼[k½ ’ko foPNsnu d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- ;a= ,oa midj.k lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
rd

vfuok;Z

1- 2&4 Óo j[kus gsrq VSad oxhZd`r

2- cksu ,oa czsu ds fy, lsD’kfuax e’khu oxhZd`r

3- fMlsd~’ku lsVl ianzg lsVl iPphl lsVl

4- fMlsd~’ku Vscy

¼d½ Qqy lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk vFkok ekcZy Pkj N%


¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 33
Vki LVsuysl
¼[k½ gkQ lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk vFkok ekcZy vkB nl
Vki LVsuysl
lkekU;
5- ,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl vFkok iSuy rhu rhu
fofo/k
6- cksu dVj ua- 3@4] 1@2] 1@4] 1@8&QkbZu oxhZd`r
IokabZfVM psty cksu fMlsDVj
7- fofHkUu eki ds dkap ds tkj oxhZd`r
8- laj{k.k gsrq jlk;u oxhZd`r

¼x½ jl’kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k bdlB ls lkS
{kerk rd rd Nk=ksa dh
izos’k {kerk
{kerk
vfuok;Z
1- [kYo ;a=
¼d½ NksVk nl chl
¼[k½ e/;e nl chl
¼x½ ikslsZysu nl chl
¼?k½ RkIr [kYo ;a= nks pkj
2- ikamfMax ,iszVl ¼myw[ky ;a=½ nl chl
3- iqV ¼fofHkUu izdkj ds½ ikap nl
4- ew"kk ¼dzwflcYl½ rhl ipkl
5- /kksaduh lfgr dks"Bh cyksoj ds lkFk nl pkj
6- ;a=
d½ nksyk ;a= ,d ,d
½ okyqdk ;a= ,d ,d
x½ fiBj ;a= ,d ,d
?k½ Hkw/kj ;a= ,d ,d
7- fMfLVys’ku ,izsVl ,oa rhu N%
vdZ ;a= fgdfgdfgd v vdZ ;a=
8- dwihiDo HkV~Vh ,d ,d
lkekU;
9- osV xzkabMj ,d ,d
10- feDlh ,d ,d
11- twl ,DlVªsDVj ,d ,d
12- jsQzhtjsVj ,d ,d
13- Hk.M+kj.k ds fy, vyekjh;ka vksj jsDl oxhZd`r
14- rqyk ¼fofHkUUk {kerk½
d½ fQftdy ,d ,d
½ dsfedy ,d ,d
x½ bysDVªksfud csysal ,d ,d
15- ghfVax fMokbt
¼d½ xSl LVkso oxhZd`r
¼[k½ gkWV IysV oxhZd`r
¼x ½ pwYgk ¼pkjdksy½ oxhZd`r
16 cM+s ik= ,oa /kkjd
34 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼d½ ihry oxhZd`r


¼[k½ rkez oxhZd`r
¼x½ LVhy bR;kfn oxhZd`r
¼?k½ feV~Vh ds ik= ,oa crZu oxhZd`r
fofo/k
17 Tkkj ¼iksjlsySu½ QjeuVs’ku ds mn~ns’; ls oxhZd`r
18 busey Vªst oxhZd`r
19 LizhV ySEi oxhZd`r
20 isz'kj dqdj oxhZd`r
21 fofHkUu eki ¼dkap½ ds oxhZd`r
ekid midj.k
22 ikbjksehVj oxhZd`r
23 FkekZehVj oxhZd`r
24- ik= oxhZd`r
¼d½ Qzkbax isu oxhZd`r
¼[k½ LVhy osly oxhZd`r
¼x½ LiSVqyk oxhZd`r
¼?k½ ySMYl ,oa LiwUl oxhZd`r
¼M+½ ukbQ oxhZd`r
¼p½ IysVl oxhZd`r
¼N½ lana’k ;a= ¼VksaXl½ oxhZd`r
25- Nyuh ¼oxhZd`r la[;k ,oa eki ds½ oxhZd`r

¼?k½ nzO;xq.k ¼QkekZdksXukslh½ iz;ksx’kkyk ds fy, midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k


dza-la- midj.k ,oa ;U= lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk rd bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh
izos’k {kerk
{kerk

vfuok;Z
1. QhYM eSfXuQk;j ,d ,d
2. dEikmUM ekbdzksLdksi ,d ,d
3. fMlSfDVax ekbdzksLdksi ,d ,d
4. ekbdzksLdksi ianzg iPphl
5. bySfDVªksfuDl cSysUl ,d nks

fofo/k
6. doj fLyIl lfgr LykbM ckWDl

7. CyksfVax@fQYVj isij oxhZd`r


8. fMlsD’ku ckWDl oxhZd`r
9. busey Vªst+ oxhZd`r
10. js;tsUVl oxhZd`r
¼d½ DyksjksQkeZ oxhZd`r
¼[k½ ,Ydksgy oxhZd`r
¼x½ gkbMªksDyksfjd ,flM oxhZd`r
¼?k½ lY¶;wfjd ,flM oxhZd`r
¼M+½ lksfM;e iksVsf’k;e gkbMªksDlkbM oxhZd`r
¼p½ cSuksfMDV lksyw’ku oxhZd`r
¼N½ lksfM;e ukbVªsV oxhZd`r
¼t½ iksVsf’k;e ukbVªsV oxhZd`r
¼>½ lkbfVªd ,flM oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 35
¼´½ vk;ksfMu oxhZd`r
¼V½ bFkkby ,Ydksgy oxhZd`r
¼B½ iksVsf’k;e vk;ksMkbM oxhZd`r
¼M½ Tkk;yksy@’kq) tk;yhu¼LykbM rS;kj djus ds fy,½ oxhZd`r

¼M-½ jksx funku iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk rd bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
vfuok;Z
1. ckbuksD;wyj ekbdzksLdksi ianzg iPphl
2. vkW;y belZu lfgr ekbdzksLdksi
ianzg iPphl
3. vkW ; y belZ u ysal 20 ¼bZ½ lfgr ianzg iPphl
Eksuksdqyj ekbdzksLdksi
4. ,Dl js O;w ckDl ,d ,d
5. Lkkgyh dh LDos;j V~;wc rhl ipkl
6. ,p-ch- fiisV rhl ipkl
7. MCY;w-ch-lh- fiisV rhl ipkl
8. MªkWij rhl ipkl
9. jSM lsy fiisV rhl ipkl
10. bEizwOM U;ksckj pSEcj rhl ipkl
11. bUD;wcsVj ,d nks
12. foUVªksc V~;wc rhl ipkl
13. ikLpj fiisV rhl ipkl
14. lSfUVª¶;wt xzstq,VsM e’khu ,d nks
15. oSLVjxzsu fiisV rhl ipkl

16. oSLVjxzsu LVS.M rhl ipkl


17. ;wfjuksehVj rhl ipkl
18. vkVksDyso ,d ,d
19. vYVªkok;ysV ySEi ,d ,d
20. lSy dkmUVj ¼gheksvksVks,ukykbtj½ ,d ,d
21. ch-ih- ,izsVl rhl ipkl
22. LVsFkLdkWi rhl ipkl
23. FkekZehVj rhl ipkl
24. Vax fMizSlj rhl ipkl
25. LVkWi okp rhl ipkl

lkekU;
26. fQftdy cSysUl ,d ,d
27. gkWV ,;j vksou ,d ,d
28. Ckqulu cuZj rhl ipkl
29. jsfQztjsVj ,d ,d
36 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

fofo/k
30. uewus ,d= djus gsrq LVsjkby oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
oSly@ cksry
31. VkpZZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
32. uh gsej oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
33. ekid Qhrk oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
34. bZ-,u-Vh- ,Xtkfeus’ku lSV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
35. fjQySDVj ¼fejj½ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
36. osbax e’khu ,d ,d
37. V~;wfuax QkdZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
38. usty LisD;qye oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
39. ysfjatksLdksi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
40. dSFksVlZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
41. izksCl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
42. ,pch,l ,-th- fdV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r

43. ,pvkbZoh fdV&VªkbZMksV ¼Vh fe=k ds oxhZd`r oxhZd`r


rjhds ls½
44. lhVh ,oe~ ch-Vh-fdV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
45. jhuy izksQkby] ,y,QVh fdV] oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
fyfiM izksQkby] CyM ’kqxj fdV
46. LVsjkby fMLikslscy ySUlj@fufMy oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
47. Xykl jksM oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
48. flfjat uhfMy MsLVªks;j oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
49. doj fLyi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
50. lkQ LykbM oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
51. fyVel isij oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
52. ih,p bfUMdsVj isij fLVªIl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
53. VsLV V~;wc oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
54. fofHkUu ekiksa dh i`Fkd djus gsrq oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
Quy
55. fofHkUu eki ds <Ddu lfgr dkap oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
ds tkj
56. dSfiyjh V~;wc oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
57. jcj 'khV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
58. eSXuhQkbax ySal oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
59. okWVj ckFk oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
60. eYVh fLVDl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r

¼p½ izlo d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;U=ksa dk fooj.k


dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k visf{kr ek=k

1- 'kSMksysl ySEi ,d
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 37
2- lD’ku e’khu ¼fu;ksusVy½ ,d
3- vkWDlhtu flfyMaj ,oa ekLd ,d
4- QhVy Vksdks dkfMZ;ksxzkQ ,d
5- jsfM,UV okeZj ,d
6- QksVks FkSjsih ;wfuV ,d
7- osbax e’khu ¼cPpksa dh½ ,d
8- jksxh gsrq VªkWyh ,d
9- ,ufLFkhfl;k VªkWyh ,d
10- ,UQsUVksehVj ,d
11- oSD;we ,DlVªSDVj ,d
12- QhVy MkWiyj ,d
13- ykW dSfoVh QkjlsIl nks
14- LVjykbtj nks
15- e’khuksVksl jcj 'khV oxhZd`r
16- yscj ,oa bfifl;ksVkseh ds fy, midj.k oxhZd`r
¼lhtj] QksjlsIl] uhMy gksYMj bR;kfn½
17- csch Vªs nks
18- fucwykbtj ,d
19- QhVksLdksi ikap
20- vkWVks Dyso ,d
21- Mªe oxhZd`r
22- bUlVªwesaVy VªkWyh oxhZd`r
23- vkWijs’ku Vsfcy flj mBkus o flj uhps djus dh lqfo/kk ,d
lfgr
24- iYl vkWDlhehVj ,d
25- fjlDlhflVs’ku fdV ,d
26- ckW;yl ,izsVl ,d
27- bySDVªksdkWVjh ,d
28- ,eVhih lDlu e’khu ,d
29- ,uLFkhfl;k fdV ,d
30- CyUV ,.M 'kkiZ D;wjsVj Nl
31- Mk;ysVj lSV ¼gSaxj ,.M gkWfdUl½ ikap
32- flEl LiSdqye ikap
33- flLdkst LiSdqye ikap
34- ,UVhfj;j oStkbuy oky fjVªsDVj ikap
35- ;wVjkbu lkmUM ikap
36- okylSye ikap
37- ,eVhih lDlu D;wjsV ikap
38- fjVªSDVlZ ,CMksfeuy ¼Mksbu bR;kfn½ ikap
39- Liat gkfYMax QksjlsIl ikap
40- xzhu vehZVst QkjlsIl ikap
41- ;wVsjl gksfYMax QkjlsIl ikap
42- dksplZ QkWjlsIl ikap
43- vkjVªh QkWjlsIl ¼yksax] 'kkWVZ] ekLD;wVks½ izR;sd ikap
44- fofHkUu vkdkj dh dSaph ikap
45- QkjlsIl vkCLVªsfVd ikap
46- ,UMksVsªfd;y V~;wc ikap
38 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

47- dkWMZ dkVus dk midj.k ikap


48- vkbZ;wlhMh fjewfoax gqd ikap
49- CySMj lkmUM ikap
50- chih ,izSVl nks

fofo/k
51- vkikrdkyhu jksxh ds fy, ,p vkbZ oh fdV oxhZd`r
52- Iysu ,oe~ gksy VkWoy oxhZd`r
53- VkWoy fDyIl oxhZd`r
54- dVxV~l ,oe~ FkzsM oxhZd`r
55- uhfMy oxhZd`r
56- uhfMy gksYMlZ oxhZd`r

¼N½ 'kY;deZ d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k


dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= visf{kr ek=k

I ’kY;

vfuok;Z
1. LiWkV ykbV ¼’kSMksySl flfyax fQVsM½ ,d
2. uhfMy gksfYMax QkjlSIl ¼cM+h&NksVh&e/;e ½ oxhZd`r
3. oxhZd`r vkdkj ds MªSflax Mªe oxhZd`r
4. Mªe LVS.M oxhZd`r
5. vkbZ-oh- LVS.M nks
6. phVYl QkWjlSIl pkj
7. eksLdhVks QkWjlSIl pkj
8. lh/kh dSaph ¼Vsyj½ pkj
9. fofHkUu lkbZt dh doZM lhtj ikap izR;sd
10. fLVp fjewoYk lhtlZ ikap izR;sd
11. fMlSD’ku QkWjlSIl pkj
12. Lkkbul QkWjlSIl pkj
13. izksCl ,lksfVZM lkbZt ikap izR;sd
14. ikbUVsM lhtlZ pkj
15. ,CMkfeuy fjVªSDVlZ ikap
16. fV’kw QkjlsIl ikap
17. ckWc dksDl QkjlsIl ikap
18. dksplZ QkjlsIl ikap
19. ;wfjFkzy Mk;ysVj ikap izR;sd
20. eSaVy dSFksVj ikap izR;sd
21. Liat gksfYMax QkWjlsIl pkj
22. jkbV ,saxy dksysflLVSDVeh QkWjlSIl pkj
23. LVksu gksfYMax QkWjlsIl pkj
24. ,yhl QkWjlsIl LekWy pkj
25. ,yhl QkWjlsIl fcx pkj
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 39

26. vkVZjh QkWjlsIl LekWy pkj


27. vkVZjh QkWjlsIl fcx pkj
28. vkVZjh QkWjlsIl ehfM;e pkj
29. flXekbMksLdksi fjftM@¶ySfDlcy ,d
30. cSju ikbYl xu nks
31. ySfjaxksLdksi ¼ihfM;kfVªd@vMYV½ ,d
32. cksbYl viSjsVl ,d
33. eYVhiSjkehVj ekuhVj ,d
34. vEcw cSx nks
35. lD’ku e’khu bySfdVªdy@eSuqvy ,d
36. Ldhu xzkfQVhax ukbQ gsUMy lfgr oxhZd`r
37. fofHkUu eki ds lftZfdy CysM~l oxhZd`r
38. lSYQ fjVsfuax fjVsªDVj oxhZd`r
39. Ckksu dVj nks
40. fxXyhlkW nks
41. Ldwi oxhZd`r
42. iSjhvkfLV;e ,yhosVj nks
43. exYl QkWjlSIl oxhZd`r
44. gkbZ izS’kj vkVksDyso ,d
45. ukbVªl vkDlkbM flfyaMj ,d
46. gkbMªksfyd vkWijs’ku Vscy ,d
47. cksbYl viSjsVl ,d
48. bULVªwesUV Vªkyh oxhZd`r
49. ,UMksVsªfd;y V~;wc oxhZd`r
50. bY;wfeus’ku lfgr vFkok bY;wfeus’ku jfgr izkDVksLdksi nks
51. xszfczy flfjUt ,d
52. Vªkyh lfgr LVªspj nks
53. LkD’ku e’khu oxhZd`r

lkekU;
54. bejtsaUlh ikoj csd vi lqfo/kk oxhZd`r
55. bejtsaUlh ykbV pkj
56. Qk;j ,DlfVafXo’kj nks
57. ch-ih-,izsVsl oxhZd`r
58. ¶;wfexsVj ,d
59. jSfÝtjsVj ,d
60. ,Dl&js O;w ckWDl¼ Mcy½ nks
61. fjokfYoax LVwy oxhZd`r
62. oVhZdy ch-ih- baLVªwesaV ,d
63. oxhZd`r vkdkj ds jcj dsFksV~lZ oxhZd`r

fofo/k
64. dk:xsVM jcj Msªu oxhZd`r
65. fofHkUu vkdkj ds lwpfjax uhfMy ¼LVsªV@doZM½ oxhZd`r
40 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

66. lftZdy FkzSM oxhZd`r


67. fofHkUu vkdkj ds ch ih-gsUM+y oxhZd`r
68. fufMy gksYMj oxhZd`r
II ’kkykD;%
us=h; ’kY;deZ ds fy, vko’;d midj.k@;U=

vfuok;Z
vkiFkSfYed vkWijs’ku Vscy fon gSM jsLV nks
69.
70. LVSfjyk;ftax ckWDl@ dsl fon eSV~l oxhZd`r
71. ysUl bULkZ’ku QkWjlsIl oxhZd`r
72. fdjsVkse oxhZd`r
73. fMLeklZ fyM fjVsªDVj oxhZd`r
74. dSV ikW ySfdzey fjVªsDVj oxhZd`r
75. Ewwkyj ySfdzey lSd fjVsªDVj oxhZd`r
76. nLrwj vkbZfjl fjVsªDVj oxhZd`r
77. eh;jgkQj psysft;u D;wjsV oxhZd`r
78. flaLdkbZ ySUl eSfuiqysfVax gqd oxhZd`r
79. vkbZ-vks-,y- eSfuiqysVj oxhZd`r
80. Qkjsu ckMh LiM oxhZd`r
81. ysfol ySUl ywi ¼oSfDVl½ oxhZd`r
82. flLVksVkse ,.M Liwu oxhZd`r
83. E;wy ,foljs’ku Liwu oxhZd`r
84. vkbfjl fjiksflVjh ¼Mcy&,.MsM½ oxhZd`r
85. tselu ely gqd oxhZd`r
86. foYl dkVªh fon dkij cky ikbaV oxhZd`r
87. ySaXl ySfdzey lSd fMlsDVj oxhZd`r
88. dSyh Xywdksek iap oxhZd`r
89. bfyosVj ¼Mcy bf.MM½ oxhZd`r
90. usly LiSdqye ¼;qok@ckY;okLFkk gsrq½ oxhZd`r
91. okbYMj iaDVe MkbysVj oxhZd`r
92. ckseSu ySfdzey izksCl oxhZd`r
93. gkVZeSu eklD;wVks QkWlsZIl oxhZd`r
94. dksfyczh QkWjlsIl 1*2 VhFk oxhZd`r
95. eSd ilZu dkuZy QkWlsZIl fon Vkbax IysVQkWeZ oxhZd`r
96. Msªflax QkWlsZIl] fljsVM oxhZd`r
97. ewj QhYM datfDVoy QkWlsZIl oxhZd`r
98. fQDls’ku QkWlsZIl oxhZd`r
99. chj lhfy;k ¼,fiys’ku½ QkWlsZIl oxhZd`r
100. v:xk dSIlqyj QkWlsZIl oxhZd`r
101. LuSyu ,UVªksfi;ku DySEi oxhZd`r
102. pySft+;u DySEi oxhZd`r
103. oUukl LVsªV flt+lZ oxhZd`r
104. CkjkDo;j uhMy gksYMj oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 41

105. ,;j bUtsD’ku dSU;wyk oxhZd`r


106. ghyku ,fLijsfVax dSU;wyk oxhZd`r
107. ,-lh-ok’kvkmV dSU;wyk oxhZd`r
108. ySfdzey dSU;wyk oxhZd`r
109. gkbMªksykbfll dSU;wyk oxhZd`r
110. ts&ywi dSU;wyk ¼jkbV@yS¶V fon flfydku V~;wfcax½ oxhZd`r
111. flEdkWd Mk;jsDV vkbZ@, dSU;wyk fon flyhdkWu V~;wfcax oxhZd`r
112. bfjxsfVax ,LikbjsfVax gS.My oxhZd`r
113. ySal Mk;yj oxhZd`r
114. lqihfj;j jsDVl QkjlsIl oxhZd`r
115. vkbZ ok’k Xyklsl ¼riZ.k deZ gsrq½ oxhZd`r
116. fLofeax xkxYl ¼riZ.k deZ gsrq½ oxhZd`r
III bZ-,u-Vh- esa 'kY;deZ gsrq midj.k ,oa ;U=ksa dk fooj.k

vfuok;Z
117. vkjy flfjt oxhZd`r
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NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016

No. 28-15/2016-Ay.(MSR).—In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (j) of section 36 of the Indian
Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970) and in supersession of the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standard Requirements of Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2012, except as respects things done
or omitted to be done before such supersession, the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the
Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations, to regulate the requirement of colleges for education in
Ayurveda system of medicine, namely:-
1. Short title and commencement- (1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Definition.- (1) In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires, -
(a) “Act” means the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970);
(b) “college” means an Under-graduate Ayurveda College or Institute;
(c) “attached hospital” means a teaching Ayurveda hospital attached to the college;
(a) “Central Council” means the Central Council of Indian Medicine.

(2) The words and expression used herein and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the respective meanings
assigned to them in the Act.
3. Requirements of Minimum Standard to grant of permission-
(1) (a) The Ayurveda colleges established under section 13A and existing under section 13C of the Act and their
attached hospitals shall fulfill the requirements of minimum standard for infrastructure and teaching and training
facilities referred to in the regulations 4 to 11 upto the 31st December of every year for consideration of grant of
permissions for undertaking admissions in the coming academic session;
(b) the Central Council shall visit the college suo moto three months before the expiry of permission;
(c) the proforma of visit as prescribed by the Central Council on its website shall be filled online by the colleges
and visitors respectively followed by submission of a hard copy of the same as per visitors guidelines issued by
Central Council from time to time;
(d) the videography and photography of staff and infrastructure during the visit shall be made by the visitors and
submitted along with detailed report and observations to the Central Council;
(e) after submission of online detailed report and observations by the visitors to the Central Council, the Central
Council shall submit its recommendation along with detailed report to the Central Government within a period
of one month from the submission of report by the visitors;
(f) the Central Council shall certify that teaching faculty present in the college is not working at any other place;
(g) the position prevailed on the date of visit to assess the fulfilment of requirements as specified in these
regulations except sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7 shall be taken into consideration for grant of conditional
permission or permission for a period of five years to the colleges.
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(2) Requirements of Minimum Standard to grant of permission for a period of five years-
(a) After fulfilment of the requirement as per these regulations by the college, the permission shall be granted to
undertake admissions for a period of five years. The college shall be randomly inspected within the said period
on receipt of any complaint; or if from online Bio-metric attendance it is found that teaching, non-teaching staff,
hospital staff not present regularly, or hospital is not properly functional, or otherwise as required by the Central
Government or by the Central Council;
(b) any deficiencies arising within the said period shall be fulfilled by the college within hundred-fifty days under
intimation to the Central Council otherwise the permission for a period of five years deemed to be withdrawn;
(c) colleges which were permitted for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session 2014-15 to
2018-19 and 2015-16 to 2019-20 shall be maintain the requirements as specified under the regulations 4 to 11
otherwise the permission for a period of five years deemed to be withdrawn.
(3) Requirements of Minimum Standard to grant of conditional permission of one year-

(a) The conditional permission of one year for particular academic session shall be granted only to those colleges
which are fulfilling following requirements on the basis of the inspection by the Central Council between the
31st December to the 31st March for the succeeding academic session:

(i) the requirement of teachers as specified in the Schedule-V;


(ii) the requirement of teaching hospital as specified under sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(iii) availability of minimum seventy-five percent. of required equipment as specified in the Schedule-VII;
(iv) availability of herbal garden as specified in the Schedule-III;
(v) availability of hospital staff as specified in the Schedule-IV,
(vi) availability of technical and other staff as specified in the Schedule-VI;
(vii) availability of college council as specified in sub-regulation (1) of regulation 9;
(viii) availability of college website as specified in sub-regulation (2) of regulation 9;
(ix) availability of biometric attendance as specified in sub-regulation (3) of regulation 9; and
(x) availability of minimum constructed area of college and hospital as specified in regulation 5.
(b) the colleges, which have been granted conditional permission or which have been denied permission for the
academic session 2015-16 shall be required to fulfill the requirements as specified above in clause (a) to obtain
the conditional permission of one year for particular academic session or for a period of five years as specified
in the regulations 4 to 11.
4. Requirement of Land-

(1) The total build up area required for adequate infrastructure including medical college, hospital and other
infrastructure required under these regulations, is made available in a single piece of land, not less than three acres,
for an intake capacity up to sixty seats.

(2) For intake capacity from sixty-one to hundred seats, the land shall not be less than five acres and in not more than
two plots at a distance not exceeding two kilo meters, and the plot, if separated by a road or canal or rivulet but
connected with a bridge, shall be treated as one piece of land.

(3) The total constructed area shall be based upon the permissible Floor Area Ratio or Floor Space Index allowed by
the authority concerned or local laws or rules.

(4) For permission of Central Government, a certificate from the local municipal authority certifying or approving the
construction plan of the proposed buildings having the required construction area as per the Schedule-I and the
Schedule-II which shall be accommodated in the piece of land, shall be provided at the time of applying.
(5) The land shall be owned by the college or possessed on lease, in the name of the college, for a period not less than
ninety-nine years or the maximum permissible period as per rules or regulations of the respective State
Government or Union territory and the renewal of permission shall, however, be required on expiry of lease.
(6) The requirement of the size and possession of the land is not applicable for the colleges established prior to the
7thNovember, 2003, but at the end of the current lease period, such colleges shall either own the land or get it on
the lease for a period not less than ninety-nine years or the maximum permissible period as per rules or
regulations of the respective State Government or Union territory.
5. Requirement of minimum constructed area-
(1) The college and attached hospital shall have the constructed area of two thousand square meter each for intake
capacity up to sixty seats.
(2) The college and attached hospital which have intake capacity of sixty-one to hundred seats shall have the
constructed area of four thousand and three thousand and five hundred square meters, respectively.
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(3) The college and hospital shall be constructed in separate buildings as per the details specified in the Schedule-I
and the Schedule-II and the requirement of separate college and hospital buildings will be applicable only to the
colleges established after the 18th July, 2012.
(4) The college shall also maintain other infrastructural requirements such as sufficient accommodation for college
and hospital staff, outdoor and indoor games facility, civil and electrical services and workshop and adequate
parking space within the campus of college and hospital.
(5) The herbal garden shall have the minimum area as prescribed in the Schedule-III.
6. Admission Capacity- The annual intake capacity of the colleges shall be in the slabs of sixty and hundred. The
colleges having intake capacity of less than sixty or sixty-one to hundred seats, shall comply the requirements for sixty or
hundred seats respectively, as specified in the Schedules-I to VII.
7. Requirements of teaching Hospital-

(1) The teaching hospital shall fulfill all the statutory requirements of the concerned State or Union territory or local
authority to establish and run the hospital and shall submit the updated certified copies of such permission(s) or
clearance(s) to the Central Government and the Central Council. The concerned State Government or Union
territory shall issue the No Objection Certificate to such applicant colleges after verifying the availability of such
permission(s) or clearance(s).
(2) Requirement of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance: The ratio of students with
number of beds, In-Patient Department bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance shall be 1:1, forty
per cent. and 1:2,respectively, as given in Table below and the distance between two beds in general ward shall
not be less than one and a half meter.
Table
Intake capacity per Minimum number of Minimum per day Minimum per day average
year beds in In-Patient average number of number of patients in Out-
Department on the patients in In-Patient Patient Department during
1:1 student-bed ratio department during last last one calendar year
one calendar year (365 (300days) (1:2 student-
days) (40% bed patient ratio)
occupancy)

Up to sixty students 60 beds 24 120


Sixty-one to hundred 100 beds 40 200
students

To calculate the number of beds occupied, the college shall maintain the date and time of admission and discharge
of each patient. The bed occupied by a patient at mid-night, shall be counted as one bed day occupied and if a
patient is discharged before mid-night that shall be counted as 0.5 bed day occupied. To calculate bed occupancy
following formula shall be applicable-

Number of bed days occupied X100


Number of beds X Number of days
(3) Maintenance of record of attendance of Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department patients:

(i) The College and hospital shall maintain the web based computerised central registration system for maintaining
the records of patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department. The college shall also maintain the
Department-wise Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department records, case papers of Out-Patient
Department and In-Patient Department patients, laboratory and radiological investigation reports, medicines
dispensing register, diet register for In-Patient Department patients, duty roster of hospital staff, birth and death
certificates etc.so as to substantiate the claim of genuine functional Ayurveda hospital fulfilling the norms as
specified in the sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7.
(ii) For conditional permission, the College and hospital shall maintain the computerised central registration system
for maintaining the records of patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department, the college shall
also maintain the Department-wise Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department records to substantiate the
claim of genuine functional Ayurveda hospital fulfilling the norms as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of
regulation 7 and the computerised central registration system shall be web based from the 1st December, 2016.
Colleges which were permitted for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session 2014-15 and
2015-16 shall be required to maintain web based computerised central registration system from the 1st December,
2016.
(4) Space requirement:
The hospital shall accommodate Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department and wards in addition to
reception, patient’s waiting area, dispensing room, dressing room, clinical laboratory, radiology section, hospital
side pharmacy, kitchen, service rooms, medical record-room, Pancharkarma therapy section, Ksharsutra therapy
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section, Operation Theatre, Labour Room, Store Rooms, separate wards for male and female, Duty rooms for
Doctors, Nurses and other staff etc. required for a fully functional hospital and the specification of built up area in
the attached hospital shall be as per the Schedule-I.
(5) Out-Patient Department:
The hospital shall have minimum eight following Out-Patient Departments, namely-
(i) Kayachikitsa
(ii) Panchakarma
(iii) Shalya Tantra
(iv) Shalakya Tantra (two rooms for Out-Patient Departments)
(a) Netra RogaVibhaga
(b) Karna-Nasa-Mukha evam Danta Roga Vibhaga
(v) Prasuti evam Striroga
(vi) Kaumarabhritya (Balaroga)
(vii) Swasthavritta evam Yoga
(viii) Aatyayika (Emergency)

(6) In-Patient Department: The In-Patient Department of the hospital shall have separate male and female wards
and distribution of beds shall be as under –

In-Patient Departments Distribution 60 beds 100 beds


Kayachikitsa (Panchakarma, Rasayana and Manas 50% beds 30 50
Roga etc)
Shalya Tantra and Shalakya Tantra 25% beds 15 25

Prasuti evam Striroga and Kaumarabhritya 25% beds 15 25

(7) Rog Nidan evam Prayogshaliya Parikshan Prayogshala (Clinical Laboratory for clinical diagnosis and
investigations): There shall be a clinical laboratory in the hospital complex with infrastructure and manpower as
specified in the Schedule I, the Schedule-II, the Schedule-IV, the Schedule-V and the Schedule-VII for carrying
out routine, pathological, biochemical and hematological investigations and Ayurvedic diagnostic techniques on
the patients referred from Out-Patient and In-Patient Departments of the hospital.
(8) Hospital Staff: The minimum staff required for hospital shall be as specified in the Schedule-IV.
8. Requirements of College-
(1) (a) Teaching staff: There shall be minimum thirty full time teachers and fort- five full time teachers appointed
on regular basis for admissions of up to sixty students and sixty-one to hundred students respectively with the
addition of ten part time teachers (eight teachers of Modern Medicine, one Yoga teacher and one Bio-
statistician) for each slab as specified in the Schedule-V, the teacher fulfilling the eligibility norms of the related
teaching post or subject teacher shall be appointed on deputation or contractual basis.
(b) Age of superannuation of teachers: The age of superannuation of teachers shall be as per the order of the
Central Government or State Government or University Grant Commission. The retired teachers, fulfilling the
eligibility norms of teachers may be re-employed up to the age of sixty-five years as full time teacher.
(c) The detail of every teacher such as academic qualification, total teaching experience along with name of previous
institutions, date of joining shall be on the website of college.
(d) The list of all the teachers with complete detail such as Code allotted by the Central Council, academic
qualification, total teaching experience along with name of previous institutions and present institute, shall be
displayed at the website of the Central Council.
(2) Requirement of technical and other staff: Technical and other staff in various units and departments of the
college shall be as per the details given in the Schedule-VI.
9. Miscellaneous requirements.-
(1) College Council:
(a) Every medical college or medical institution shall have a College Council comprising of the Head of
departments as members and Principal or Dean as Chairperson;
(b) the College Council shall meet minimum four times in a year to draw up the details of curriculum and training
programme, enforcement of discipline and other academic matters; and
(c) the College Council shall also organise interdepartmental meetings like grand rounds, statistical meetings and
clinical meetings including periodical research review in the Institution regularly.
(2) College Website: Each and every college or institute shall have its own website wherein the following details
updated in the first week of every month shall be provided-
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(a) details of Director or Dean or Principal and Medical Superintendent including their name, age, registration
number, qualification, date of joining, complete address with telephone or mobile numbers and State Trunk
Dialing code, fax and E-mail etc;
(b) details of teaching staff along with their photograph, registration number, date of birth, qualification,
experience, Department etc;
(c) details of non-teaching staff of college and hospital staff along with their department;
(d) details of the sanctioned intake capacity of various courses under graduate as well as post graduates;
(e) list of students admitted, merit-wise, category-wise for the current and previous year;
(f) any research publications during the last one year;
(g) details of any Continuous Medical Education (CME) programmes, conferences and/or any academic
activities conducted by the institution;
(h) details of any awards and achievement received by the students or faculty;
(i) details of the affiliated University and its Vice-Chancellor and Registrars;
(j) result of all the examinations of last one year;
(k) detailed status of recognition of all the courses;
(l) details of clinical material in the hospital;
(m) the College website shall be linked with the Central Council website, which shall be linked to the Ministry’s
website as well; and
(n) the Month-wise analysis of attendance of teaching, non-teaching college staff, hospital staff, students and
Patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department shall be displayed on College website.

(3) Biometric Attendance: (i) It is mandatory to have web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by
the Central Council) linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based
computerised biometric attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.
(ii) For conditional permission biometric attendance shall be web based and CRC linked from the 1st December,
2016.
(iii)The colleges which were granted permission for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session
2014-15 and 2015-16 shall maintain web based and CRC linked biometric attendance from the 1st December,
2016.
10. Phase-wise specific requirements of new colleges.– (1)An Ayurveda college seeking permission for starting
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (Ayurvedacharya) Course under the provisions of section 13A of the Act,
shall establish infrastructure and manpower as given below:

(a) Before admission of the first batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) at the time of submission of application, there shall be a fully developed hospital building as specified
regulations 4 and 5 with functional Ayurveda hospital prior two years from the date of application, having
appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance corresponding to the
annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualifications as specified in Regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for first professional year of teaching and training shall be appointed, and
wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or one clinical teacher in each of Kayachikitsa, Panchakarma, Shalya,
Shalakya, Prasuti evam Stri Roga, Kaumarbhritya appointed for operating the teaching hospital and the
experience of specialist doctor or clinical teacher shall be considered as a teacher from the date of
appointment of the specialist doctor or two years prior to submission of application by the applicant to the
Central Government to establish a college whichever is lesser;
(iv) a library with two thousand and five hundred books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty
admissions and eighty persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in
Schedule-VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished two lecture halls and teaching departments and laboratories and museums
essential for the first professional year of teaching as specified in Schedules - I to VII;
(vi) a medicinal plants garden covering over two thousand and five hundred square meter of land and four
thousand square meter of land for upto sixty seats and sixty-one to hundred seats respectively with plantation
of minimum one hundred species of medicinal plants;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in Schedule-IV; and
(viii) it is mandatory to have web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council)
linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric
attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.
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(b) Before the admission of the second batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) there shall be a functional Ayurveda hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-
Patient Department attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-
regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as specified in regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first and the second professional years of teaching and training shall
be appointed, and wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or one clinical teacher in each of Kayachikitsa, Panchakarma, Shalya,
Shalakya, Prasuti evam Stri Roga, Kaumarbhritya Departments for working in the college hospital;
(iv) a library with five thousand books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty admissions and eighty
persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in Schedule-VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished three lecture halls and teaching departments, laboratories and museums,
essential for first and second professional years of teaching as specified in Schedules - I to VII;
(vi) minimum one hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants and a herbarium-cum-demonstration hall in the
medicinal plant garden;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in Schedule-IV;
(viii) there shall be a Teaching Pharmacy (Rasayanashala) and quality Testing Laboratory attached to Department
of Rasashastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana, with minimum area as specified in Schedule II and equipment as
specified in Schedule-VII for preparation of medicine as per syllabus; and
(ix) it is mandatory to have web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council)
linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric
attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.
(c) Before the admission of third batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) there shall be a functional Ayurveda hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-
Patient Department attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-
regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as specified in regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first, second and third professional years of teaching and training
shall be appointed and wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or one clinical teacher in each of Kayachikitsa, Panchakarma, Shalya,
Shalakya, Prasuti evam Stri Roga, and Kaumarbhritya departments for working in the college hospital;
(iv) a library with five thousand books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty admissions and eighty
persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in Schedule - VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished three lecture halls and teaching departments, laboratories and museums, essential
for first, second and third professional years of teaching as specified in Schedule - I to VII;
(vi) minimum one hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants and a herbarium-cum-demonstration hall in the
medicinal plant garden;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in Schedule-IV;
(viii) there shall be a Teaching Pharmacy (Rasayanashala) and quality Testing Laboratory attached to Department
of Rasashastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana, with minimum area as specified in Schedule II and equipment as
specified in Schedule-VII for preparation of medicine as per syllabus; and
(ix) it is mandatory to have web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council)
linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric
attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.

(d) Before the admission of the fourth batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) there shall be a functional Ayurveda hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-
Patient Department attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-
regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as specified in Regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first, second, third and fourth professional years of teaching and
training shall be appointed;
(iii) all infrastructure and manpower requirements of college, hospital and other units in accordance with as
specified in these regulations 4 to 11;
(iv) a library with seven thousand and five hundred books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty
admissions and eighty persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in
Schedule - VI;
(v) a fully developed medicinal plants garden as specified in Schedule - III;
(vi) fully functional laboratories and pharmacy with drug testing facilities as specified in Schedules - I to VII;
(vii) assured round the clock availability of medical services including medicines, paramedical staff, doctors and
emergency management in the hospital; and
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(viii) it is mandatory to have web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council)
linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric
attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.

(2) (a) The permission to establish a new medical college and admissions to the students shall be granted initially for a
period of one year and shall be renewed on yearly basis subject to verification of achievement of annual targets
as specified above in sub-regulation (1).
(b) It shall be the responsibility of the college to apply to the Central Council for purpose of renewal six months
prior to the expiry of the initial permission.
(c) This process of renewal permission shall continue till such time the establishment of the new medical college is
completed for passing-out of the first batch.
(3) The person or Medical College who applies under Section 13A of the IMCC Act, 1970 for establishment of new
medical college, opening of new or higher course of study or training and increase of admission capacity, shall be
required to maintain web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based biometric attendance system for non-teaching college
staff, hospital staff and web linked computerised central registration system for maintaining the records of patients in
Out-patient department and In-patient department of the hospital. These requirements for those applicants who
applied in the year 2015 shall not be taken into consideration for issuance of the Letter of Intent but they shall be
fulfilled these requirements before issuance of the Letter of Permission for the academic session 2016-17.

11. List of equipment, machinery, etc.– To ensure proper provision of teaching and training material to the students,
the colleges shall possess the minimum ninety percent. of required equipment, machinery etc. in the teaching
departments, hospital, laboratories and dissection hall, library, pharmacy and other units of the college in sufficient
numbers, as specified under the Schedules-I to VII.

12. Date of completion of permission process and cut -off-date for admission in Ayurveda Colleges-
(1) The process of grant or denial of permission to the Ayurveda Colleges for taking admissions in the Ayurveda
colleges shall be completed by the 31st July of each academic session.
(2) The cut-off-date for admission in Ayurveda colleges shall be the 30th September of each academic session.
SCHEDULE-I
[See regulation 3, regulation 4, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]
REQUIREMENT OF AN ATTACHED HOSPITAL OF AYURVEDA COLLEGE
Built up area (in square
Sl. No. Particulars meter)
Up to sixty Sixty-one
(1) (2) students to hundred
students
(3) (4)
I. Total constructed area of hospital building 2,000 3500
II. Hospital Administration Block: 100 150
1. Superintendent room
2. Deputy Superintendent room
3. Medical officers’ room ( for two Resident Medical Officer or Resident Surgical
Officer)
4. Matron room
5. Assistant Matron room (for two)
6. Reception and Registration
III. Out–Patient Departments (OPD) 300 500
1. Kayachikitsa Out Patient Department
2. Shalya Out Patient Department with toilet, wash basin and Examination Room
3. Shalakya Tantra Out Patient Department
4. Stri Roga evum Prasooti Tantra Out Patient Department with toilet and Examination
Room
5. Kaumarbhritya (Balarog) Out Patient Department
6. Swasthavrittaevum Yoga Out Patient Department with demonstration area
7. Atyayika (Casuality) section with toilet and wash basin
8. Dressing and First Aid Room, Kshar Sutra Room
9. Dispensary
10.Waiting Space for patients
11. Store
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12. Separate Male and Female Toilets for patients and staff
IV. In Patient Departments (IPD) 900 1650
1. Kayachikitsa and Panchakarma Male Ward with attached toilet and bath room
2. Kayachikitsa and Panchakarma Female Ward with attached toilet and bath room

3. Shalya and Shalakya Male Ward with attached toilet and bath room
4. Shalya and Shalakya Female Ward with attached toilet and bath room
5. Prasooti evum StriRoga and Kaumarbhritya Ward with attached toilet and bath room

6.Doctors’ duty room one for each department with attached toilet and bath
7. Nursing staff duty rooms, one in each ward with attached toilet-bath.
8. Store room for linen, etc.
V. Operation Theatres Block. 150 250
1. Operation Theatre for Major, Minor and Shalakya Procedures
2. Labour Room with attached toilet and bath room
3. Neonatal care room
4. Central sterlisation/autoclave unit
5. Scrub room
6. Two Recovery room
7. Doctor’s duty room with attached toilet and bath room
8. Interns/house officer/resident doctors room with attached toilet and bath room
9. Nursing staff room with attached toilet and bath room
VI. Panchakarma Block: 200 350
1. Snehana Kaksha (Male)
2. Snehana Kaksha (Female)
3. Swedana Kaksha (Male)
4. Swedana Kaksha (Female)
5. Shirodhara Kaksha (Male)
6. Shirodhara Kaksha (Female)
7. Vamana Kaksha (Male)
8. Vamana Kaksha (Female)
9. Virechana Kaksha (Male)
10. Virechana Kaksha (Female)
11. BastiKaksha(Male)
12. BastiKaksha(Female)
13. Rakta Mokshana, Jalaukavacharana, Agnikarma, Pracchanna etc Kaksha
14. Panchakarma therapist/Physician’s room
15. Panchakarma store room
16. Attached toilet-baths for males and females with wash basin and geyser facility in each.
These will be in addition to the toilets of wards.
VII. Physiotherapy Unit: 75 150
1. Physiotherapy Room
2. Physiotherapist room
VIII. Clinical Laboratory: 100 150
Well-equipped with separate sections for Pathology, Biochemistry and Micro-biology.
Attached toilet shall be there for collection of urine samples. Other diagnostic tools for
ECG or TMT etc. shall be provided.
IX. Radiology or Sonography Section: 50 100
Radiologist chamber, X-ray room, Dark room, film drying room, store room, patients
waiting and dressing room, reception or registration or report room.
X. Hospital Kitchen and Canteen: 100 150
XI. Stores/Mortuary: 25 50
TOTAL 2,000 3,500

Note:
1. The above indicated subdivided area among various components may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent.
but the total area of attached hospital shall be as per the area specified in regulation 5.
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2. The breakup of built up area requirement of the attached hospital of an Ayurvedic College with annual intake
capacity of sixty-one to hundred students shall correspondingly increase keeping in view the total requirement
of area as specified in regulation 5.
3. The requirement of attached toilet with Out-Patient Department is applicable for the colleges established after
the 18th July, 2012.
4. For conditional permission, total constructed area of attached hospital of the college may vary within plus or
minus twenty percent.as per the area specified in regulation 5.

SCHEDULE-II
[See regulation 3, regulation 4, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

REQUIREMENT OF AN AYURVEDA COLLEGE


Built up area (in square
Sl. Particulars meter)
No Up to sixty Sixty-one to
students hundred
(1) (2) students
(3) (4)
Total constructed area of college building 2,000 4000
(1) Administrative Section: Administrative section of the college shall include 150 300
Principle’s Room, Personal Assistant’s Room, Reception, Visitor’s lounge,
Staff Committee room, Clerks’ room, Cash and Accounts section, Record
room, Central store and separate toilets for gents and ladies.
(2) Lecture Halls: There shall be at least five lecture halls, each having the area 400 800
of not less than eighty square meter area for intake upto sixty seats and one
hundred and sixty square meter area for intake from sixty-one to hundred
seats, with proper electricity supply, audio-visual teaching aids, fans or
coolers and comfortable sitting arrangement preferably theatre type. Separate
toilets for boys and girls shall be constructed in each floor.
(3) Seminar or Conference or Examination Hall: A large hall with sitting 150 300
capacity for four hundred to five hundred persons shall be available within
the college premises for meetings, seminars, conferences, symposia,
examination, counseling etc. The hall shall have adequate electrical and
sitting arrangement and audio-visual system facilities.
(4) Central Library: A central library shall have seating capacity for at least fifty 100 200
persons for up to sixty intake capacity and eighty persons for sixty-one to
hundred intake capacity, adequate number of shelves or almirahs, sufficient
space for keeping stocks, separate reading room for teachers, librarian’s
room, photocopier or video room computer with printer and internet facility.
The library shall have proper light arrangement, fans or coolers, drinking
water arrangement and toilet facilities. The library shall have two thousand
five hundred books of different titles of Ayurveda, modern medicine and
allied sciences at the time of first admission of students. The number of
books shall increase to five thousand before the admission of second and
third batches of students and seven thousand five hundred before the
admission of fourth batch of students. The college with existence for five
years or more shall have ten thousand books.
(5) Teaching Departments: Total 1200 Total 2400
square meter square meter
and break up and break
may be as up maybe as
follows: follows:
There shall be fourteen Teaching Departments each with rooms for teachers,
a small departmental library, a small office, working accommodation for
non-teaching staff and a museum or laboratory or dissection hall or tutorial
room as per requirement of individual department. Department wise area
requirement shall be as under:-
(i) Samhita and Siddhanta Department plus Departmental library cum tutorial 50 100
room;
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(ii) Rachana Sharir Department with Dissection Hall having proper 125 250
ventilation, a room for students with adequate lockers and wash basins, an
embalming room with a storage tank or freezer for four dead bodies and
Rachana Sharir museum with optional micro-anatomy laboratory;
(iii) Kriya Sharir Department plus Kriya Sharir (Physiology) laboratory with 75 150
optional facility for bio-chemistry testing;
(iv) Dravyaguna Department plus Herbarium-cum Dravyaguna museum and 125 250
Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology labs;
(v) Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana Department plus Rasa Shastra 75 150
laboratory and museum; Drug Testing Lab of Pharmacy will also be used for
teaching.
(vi) Roganidan evam Vikriti Vigyan Department plus VikritiVigyan 75 150
(Pathology) Laboratory;
(vii) Swasthavritta and Yoga Department plus Yoga Hall either in college or 75 150
in the hospital;
(viii) Agada Tantra evam Vidhi Vaidyak Department plus museum; 50 100
(ix) Kayachikitsa Department; 75 150
(x) Panchakarma Department; 37 75
(xi) Shalya Department plus museum cum tutorial room and Experimental 75 150
Surgery (Yogya) Laboratory;
(xii) Shalakya Department plus museum cum tutorial room; 75 150
(xiii) Prasuti evam Stri Roga Department plus museum cum tutorial room; 50 100
and
(xiv) Kaumarbhritya (Balaroga) Department plus museum cum tutorial room. 38 75
*Note- Working tables of all the laboratories should be of hard stone or
stainless steel and there should be arrangement of proper shelves and
running water taps in wash basins.
(6) Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory: The college shall 100 200
have a teaching pharmacy with proper training facilities for preparation of
different types of Ayurveda medicines such as Churna, Vati, Guggulu,
Asava-arishta, Sneha Kalp, Kshar and Lavana, Lauh, Avaleha, Kupipakva
Rasayana and like medicines, a raw drug store, and in-house drug
identification. Quality Testing Lab of Pharmacy will also be used for
teaching.
(7) Common Rooms: Separate common rooms for boys and girls with adequate 50 100
space and sitting arrangement shall be available.
(8) Canteen: Canteen facility with sitting arrangement for about hundred 50 100
persons shall be available in the college premises.

Note:
1. The above indicated subdivided area among various components may vary within plus or minus twenty percent
but the total area of an Ayurveda College shall be as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.
2. For conditional permission, total constructed area of the college may vary within plus or minus twenty per
cent.as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.

SCHEDULE-III
[See regulation 3, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

ALLIED INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS OF AN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE

Sl. No. Area (in square meter)


(1) Particulars
(2) Up to sixty students Sixty-one to hundred
students
(3) (4)
(1) Herbal garden: A well-developed medicinal plant garden 2500 4000
with two hundred fifty species of medicinal plants and a
demonstration room of twenty-five to fifty square meter
area shall exist with the college.
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Note:
1. The above indicated area may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent. within the total area of Ayurvedic
College as specified in regulation 4.
2. For conditional permission, minimum hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants shall be required.

SCHEDULE-IV
[See regulation 3, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

REQUIREMENT OF AN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE HOSPITAL STAFF

Sl.No Post Eligibility


(1) (2) (3)
1. Medical Superintendent 1. The incumbent to the post of Medical Superintendent
will be with qualification not less than that of Professor.
OR
2. Principal or Dean may function as ex-officio Medical
Superintendent. However, if there is an existing post of
Medical Superintendent, it shall continue to exist.

2. Deputy Medical Superintendent 1. the qualification shall be BAMS and PG Degree in


clinical subject or BAMS with 10 years of clinical
experience.

2. Full time regular incumbent other than the teaching staff.


3. Consultants Teachers of clinical departments including Swasthavritta and
Yoga Department
4. Emergency Medical Officers Two
5. Resident Medical Officers or Surgical or Five (One of Kayachikitsa, Two of Prasuti Striroga, One of
Medical Officer (RMO or RSO or MO) Shalya Tantra and One of Kaumarbhrittya)
6. Matron or Nursing Superintendent One
7. Staff Nurses for In Patient Department One for every ten beds.
8. Ward Boy or Ayah One for every twenty beds.
9. Pharmacists Two
10. Dresser Two
11. Store Keeper One
12. Office Staff (for registration, record Two
maintenance, data entry etc.)
13. Dark-Room Attendant One
Modern Medical Staff
14. Medical Specialist One part time or on contract
15. Surgical Specialist One part time or on contract
16. Obstetrician and Gynecologist One part time or on contract
17. Pathologist One part time or on contract
18. Anaesthesiologist One part time or on contract
19. Ophthalmologist One part time or on contract
20. Pediatrician One part time or on contract
21. Radiologist One (Postgraduate in Allopathic Radiology on contract or
Vikiran Vigyan of Ayurvedic discipline) from teaching
department of Shalya
22. Dentist One part time or on contract

23. X-Ray Technician or Radiographer One

24. Physiotherapist One part time or on contract


54 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Sl.No Post Eligibility


(1) (2) (3)
Staff for Panchakarma Therapy Section for Out-Patient and In-Patient Department
25. Panchakarma Specialists Teachers of Panchakarma teaching department

26. House Officer or Clinical Registrar or Senior One


Resident (Ayurvedic)
27. Panchakarma Nurse One (in addition to the nurses indicated at Sl.No. 7)
28. Panchakarma Assistant Two male and Two female
29. Yoga teacher or expert One (from Swasthavritta and Yoga Department)
Staff of Operation Theatre and Ksharsutra Therapy Section
30. Shalya and Ksharsutra Therapy Specialists Teachers of Shalya department
31. Operation Theatre Attendant One
32. Nurse One (in addition to the nurses indicated at Sl.No. 7)
Labour Room
33. Prasuti evum Stri Roga Specialists Teachers of Prasuti evam Striroga department
34. Midwife One
Clinical Laboratory
35. Laboratory Technicians Two
36. Peon or Attendant One
Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory
37. Pharmacy Manager or Superintendent Teacher of Rasashastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana
38. Peon or Attendant One
39. Workers Two (Need base more number)
40. Analytical Chemist (Part time) One (Lab. technician provided under non-teaching staff in the
Deptt.)
41. Pharmacognosist (Part time) One (Lab. technician provided under non-teaching staff in the
Deptt.)
Total:
i. For sixty bedded hospital Fifty-six excluding teachers of teaching departments as
mentioned above
ii. For hundred bedded hospital
Seventy excluding teachers of teaching departments as
mentioned above

Note: -
(1) For hospital with more than sixty beds, two incumbents each as Resident Medical Officers, Resident Surgical
Officers, Assistant Matrons and Pharmacists shall be additionally required.

(2) The hospital shall be equipped with adequate provision of security, civil and electrical, sanitation, dietary and
canteen, laundry and waste incineration and disposal services.

(3) Essential duty staff and services shall be available round the clock.

(4) Services of the non-technical staff like Peon, Attendant, Sweeper, Guards, Washerman, Gardener and Cook etc. may
be obtained by outsourcing.

(5) For conditional permission, minimum eighty per cent. of above hospital staff shall be required.
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SCHEDULE-V
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 8, regulation 10 and regulation 11]
DETAILS OF TEACHING STAFF IN AN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE

S.No. Teaching Department Requirement of teaching staff


(1) (2) Upto 60 students From 61 to 100 students
(3) (4)
Prof. Reader Lecturer Prof. Reader Lecturer
(1) Samhita and Siddhanta 1 or 1 1 Ayurveda and 1 1 1 Ayurved
1 Sanskrit and
1 Sanskrit
(2) Rachana Sharir 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(3) Kriya Sharir 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(4) Dravyaguna 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(5) Rasashastra 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
evam Bhaisajya Kalpana
(6) Roga Nidan 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
evam Vikriti
vigyana
(7) Swasthavritta and Yoga 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(8) Agad Tantra evam Vidhi 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
Vaidyaka
(9) Prasuti evam Striroga 1 or 1 1 1 1 2
(10) Kayachikitsa 1 1 1 1 1 2
(11) Shalya 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(12) Shalakya 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(13) Kaumarbhritya (Balaroga) 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(14) Panchakarma 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
15 15 14 14 17
TOTAL 30 45

Note:

i. Apart from above, one Yoga teacher in the Department of Swasthavritta and Yoga, One Bio- statistician to teach
Research Methodology and Medical-statistics and eight Consultants of Modern Medicine as specified at the
Schedule-IV (SL. No.14 to 22) shall be engaged for teaching on part time basis.

ii. The requirement of part time teachers shall be minimum any five as mentioned above in point i. for conditional
permission to undertake admission for particular academic session.

iii. The deficiency of teachers for up to sixty intake capacity shall not exceed more than ten per cent. of total
requirement with availability of minimum one teacher in each of fourteen Departments. The total number of
Higher Faculty shall not be less than twelve Professors or Readers distributed in minimum eleven Departments.
This relaxation is for seeking conditional permission to undertake admission for particular academic session. For
example- the college having up to sixty intake capacity shall have minimum twenty-seven total faculties, out of
which minimum twelve Professors or Readers covering not less than eleven Departments.

iv. The deficiency of total teachers for sixty-one to hundred intake capacity shall not exceed more than ten per cent.
of total requirement and deficiency of higher faculty shall not exceed more than twenty per cent. of total
teachers with availability of minimum one Higher faculty and one Lecturer in each of fourteen Departments.
The total number of Higher Faculty shall not be less than nineteen. This relaxation is for seeking conditional
permission to undertake admission for particular academic session. For example- the college having sixty-one to
hundred seats intake capacity shall have minimum forty total faculties, out of which minimum nineteen
Professors or Readers covering all fourteen Departments.

v. Wherever additional Professors or Readers are available in the department, the additional Professor shall be
considered against the requirement of Reader or Lecturer and additional Reader shall be considered against the
requirement of Lecturer. For example- in a college with intake capacity from sixty-one to hundred under
56 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

graduate seats, if there are three Professors or one Professor and two Readers or one Professor, one Reader and
one Lecturer against the requirement of one Professor, one Reader and one Lecturer in the Department of
Rachana Sharir, the college is fulfilling the requirement of faculty in this department and there is no
shortcoming of faculty in this department.

SCHEDULE-VI
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 8, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

DETAILS OF TECHNICAL AND OTHER STAFF OF AN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE

S.No Department Post Requirement


(1) (2) (3) (4)
1. Library Librarian One

Assistant Librarian One

Library Attendant or Peon One

2 College Office Clerical staff for administrative and accounts Four


services
3. Samhita and Siddhanta Attendant One
4. Rachana Sharir Laboratory Technician One
Museum Keeper One
Lifter One
5. Kriya Sharir Laboratory Technician One

6. Dravyaguna Laboratory Technician One


Museum Keeper One
7. Rasa Shastra Laboratory Technician One
Laboratory Assistant One
8. Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan Laboratory Technician Two
9 Swasthavritta and Yoga Museum Keeper One
Attendant One
10 Agad Tantra evam Vidhi Vaidyaka
11 Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga
12. Kayachikitsa
13. Shalya
Attendant Two
14. Shalakya
15. Panchkarma
16. Kaumarbhritya (Balroga)
17. Herbal Garden Gardener One
Multipurpose worker Two
Total Twenty-five

(The sweeper, attendant, lifter, laboratory assistant, Data Entry Operator (DEO), multipurpose worker may be
on contractual basis)

Note: For conditional permission, minimum eighty percent of above technical and other staff shall be required.
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SCHEDULE-VII
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]
(A). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
S. No. Equipment and Instruments Up to Sixty intake Sixty-one to
capacity Hundred intake
capacity
Essential
1. Microscopes with oil immersion Thirty Fifty
2. Westergen’s pipette for ESR Sixty Hundred
3. Haematocrit Tube Sixty Hundred
4. Sahli’s Haemoglobinometer Sixty Hundred
5. Haemocytometer Sixty Hundred
6. Electrocardiograph One One
7. Stop watches Sixty Hundred
8. Water Distillation still One One
9. Balances One One
10. Centrifuge with speed control Three Six
11. Colorimeter (photoelectric) Three Six
12. pH meter Electric One One
13. pH comparator with disc One One
14. Sphygmomanometer Thirty Fifty
15. Stethoscopes Sixty Hundred
16. Clinical Thermometer Sixty Hundred
17. Knee Hammer Sixty Hundred
18. Tuning forks Sixty Hundred
19. Sterilizer Five Five
General
20. Refrigerator One One
21. Newton’s colour wheelIn a batch One One
Miscellaneous
22. Cover slips, glassware,Microslides Assorted
(B). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR DISSECTION HALL
S. No. Instruments and Equipments Up to Sixty intake Sixty-one to Hundred
capacity intake capacity
Essential
1. Tank with a capacity to preserve 2-4 bodies. Assorted
2. Machines for bones and brain sectioning Assorted
3. Dissection Sets Fifteen Sets Twenty-five sets
4. Dissecting Table
a) Full size with steel top or marble top stainless Four Six
b) Half size with steel top or marble top stainless Eight Ten
General
5. X-ray viewing box or panels Three Three
Miscellaneous
6. Bone cutter of the number ¾ , ½ , ¼, 1/8 - fine pointed Chisel Assorted
bone dissector
7. Glass jars of different sizes Assorted
8. Preservative Chemicals Assorted
(C). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR RASASHASTRA AND
BHAISHAJYA KALPANA LABORATORY
S.No. Equipment and Instruments Up to Sixty intake Sixty-one to
capacity Hundred intake
capacity
Essential
1. KhalvaYantra-
a) Small Ten Twenty
b) Medium Ten Twenty
58 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

c) Porcelain Ten Twenty


d) Taptakhalvyantra Two Four
2. Pounding Apparatus (UlukhalaYantra) Ten Twenty
3. Putas (Different kind) Five Ten
4. Moosha (Crucibles) Thirty Fifty
5. Koshti with Blower Two Four
6. Yantras
a) DolaYantra One One
b) ValukaYantra One One
c) PitharaYantra One One
d) BhudharaYantra etc. One One
7. Distillation Apparatus and ArkaYantra Three Six
8. Kupipakva Bhatti One One
General
9. Wet Grinder One One
10. Mixi One One
11. Juice Extractor One One
12. Refrigerator One One
13. Almiras and Racks for storage Assorted
14. Balance (Different Capacities)
a) Physical One One
b) Chemical One One
c) Electronic Balance One One
15. Heating Device-
a) Gas Stove Assorted
b) Hot plate Assorted
c) Chulla (Charcoal) Assorted
16. Big Vessels and Containers-
a) Brass Assorted
b) Copper Assorted
c) Steel etc. Assorted
d) Earthen Vessels-Pots Assorted
Miscellaneous
17. Jars(Porcelain) Fermentation Purpose Assorted
18. Enamel Trays Assorted
19. Spirit Lamp Assorted
20. Pressure Cooker Assorted
21. Measuring Equipments Different Size (Glass) Assorted
22. Pyrometer Assorted
23. Thermo meter Assorted
24. Vessels
a) Frying Pan Assorted
b) Steel Vessel Assorted
c) Spatula Assorted
d) Ladles and Spoons Assorted
e) Knife Assorted
f) Plates Assorted
g) Samdamsa Yantra(Tongs) Assorted
25. Sieves (Assorted Nos. and Size) Assorted
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(D) DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PHARMACOGNOSY
LABORATORY [DRAVYAGUNA]

S.No. Equipment and Instruments Up to Sixty intake Sixty-one to Hundred


capacity intake capacity
Essential
1. Field magnifier One One
2. Compound microscope One One
3. Dissecting Microscope One One
4. Microscope Fifteen Twenty five
5. Electronic balance One Two
Miscellaneous
6. Slides box with cover slips, Assorted
7. Blotting/filter papers Assorted
8. Dissection Box Assorted
9. Enamel Trays Assorted
10. Reagents-
a. Chloroform Assorted
b. Alcohol. Assorted
c. HCL Assorted
d. Sulphuric acid Assorted
e. Sodium, potassium hydroxide Assorted
f. Benedict solution Assorted
g. Sodium nitrate Assorted
h. Potassium nitrate Assorted
i. Citric acid Assorted
j. Iodine Assorted
k. Ethyl Alcohol Assorted
l. Potassium Iodide Assorted
m. Xylol/pure xylene (slide preparation) Assorted

(E). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ROGVIGYAN LABORATORY


S.No. Equipment and Instruments Up to Sixty intake Sixty-one to Hundred
capacity intake capacity
Essential
1. Binocular microscope Fifteen Twenty five
2. Microscope with oil immersion Fifteen Twenty five
3. Monocular microscope with oil emersion Fifteen Twenty five
lens20(e)
4. X-ray view box One One
5. Sahli’s Square tube Thirty Fifty
6. Hb pipette Thirty Fifty
7. WBC Pipette Thirty Fifty
8. Dropper Thirty Fifty
9. Red cell pipette Thirty Fifty
10. Improved Neubauer chamber Thirty Fifty
11. Incubator One Two
12. Wintrobe’s tube Thirty Fifty
13. Pasteur’s pipette Thirty Fifty
14. Centrifuge Graduated Machine One Two
15. Westregrens pipette Thirty Fifty
16. Westergrens’s stand Thirty Fifty
17. Urinometer Thirty Fifty
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18. Autoclave One One


19. Ultraviolet lamp One One
20. Cell counter (haemoautoanalyser) One One
21. BP Apparatus Thirty Fifty
22. Stethoscope Thirty Fifty
23. Thermometer Thirty Fifty
24. Tongue depressor Thirty Fifty
25. Stop watch Thirty Fifty
General
26. Physical balance One One
27. Hot air oven One One
28. Bunsen burner Thirty Fifty
29. Refrigerator One One
Miscellaneous
30. Sterile vessels/bottle to collect samples Assorted Assorted
31. Torch Assorted Assorted
32. Knee hammer Assorted Assorted
33. Measuring Tape Assorted Assorted
34. ENT examination set Assorted Assorted
35. Reflectors(Mirrors) Assorted Assorted
36. Weighing machine One One
37. Tuning Forks Assorted Assorted
38. Nasal speculum Assorted Assorted
39. Laryngoscope Assorted Assorted
40. Catheters Assorted Assorted
41. Probes Assorted Assorted
42. HBs Ag kit Assorted Assorted
43. HIV kit - Tridot (method by T Mitra) Assorted Assorted
44. CT and BT kit Assorted Assorted
45. Renal profile, LET kit, Lipid profile, Blood Assorted Assorted
Sugar kit
46. Sterile disposable lancer/needle Assorted Assorted
47. Glass rod Assorted Assorted
48. Syringe needle destroyer Assorted Assorted
49. Cover slip Assorted Assorted
50. Cleaned slides Assorted Assorted
51. Litmus paper Assorted Assorted
52. pH indicator paper strips Assorted Assorted
53. Test tube Assorted Assorted
54. Separating funnels of various sizes Assorted Assorted
55. Glass Jars with lid of different sizes Assorted Assorted
56. Capillary Tubes Assorted Assorted
57. Rubber sheat Assorted Assorted
58. Magnifying lens Assorted Assorted
59. Water bath Assorted Assorted
60. Multi stix Assorted Assorted
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 61
(F). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR LABOUR ROOM
S.No. Equipment and Instruments Required Quantity
Essential
1. Shadowless Lamp One
2. Suction Machine (Neonatal) One
3. Oxygen Cylinder and Mask One
4. FoetalToco Cardiograph One
5. Radiant Warmer One
6. Photo therapy Unit One
7. Weighing Machine (Paediatric) One
8. Patient trolley Two
9. Anaesthesia trolley One
10. Infantometer One
11. Vacuum extractor One
12. Foetal Doppler One
13. Low cavity forceps Two
14. Steriliser Two
15. Machintosh rubber sheet Assorted
16. Instruments for labour and Episiotony. Assorted
(Scissors, forceps, needle holders etc.)
17. Baby tray Two
18. Nebuliser One
19. Foetoscope Five
20. Auto Clave One
21. Drums Assorted
22. Instrumental Trolley Assorted
23. OT tables and head Up and head Low facility One
24. Pulse Oximeter One
25. Resuccitation kit One
26. Boyle’s apparatus One
27. Electrocautery One
28. MTP Suction Machine One
29. Anaesthesia Kit One
30. Blunt and Sharp Curettes Ten
31. Dilators set (Hegar’s, Hawkins) Five
32. Sims’s Speculum Five
33. Cusco’s Speculum Five
34. Anterior Vaginal Wall retractor Five
35. Uterine sound Five
36. Volsellum Five
37. MTP Suction Currate Five
38. Retractors abdominal (Doyne’s etc.) Five
39. Sponge holding forceps Five
40. Green armytage forceps Five
41. Uterus holding forceps Five
42. Kocher’s forceps Five
43. Artery forceps (Long, short, Mosquito)Each Five
44. Scissors- different sizes Five
45. Forceps obstetrics Five
46. Endotrachial tubes Five
62 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

47. Cord Cutting appliances Five


48. I.U.C.D. removing hook Five
49. Bladder Sound Five
50. B.P. apparatus Two
Miscellaneous
51. HIV kit for emergency patients Assorted
52. Plain and Hole towels Assorted
53. Towel Clips Assorted
54. Catguts and Thread Assorted
55. Needles Assorted
56. Needle holders Assorted

(G). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR OPERATION THEATRE


S.No. Equipment and Instruments Required Quantity

I Shalya:
Essential
1. Spot light (Shadow less ceiling fitted) One
2. Needle holding Forceps (big- medium-small) Assorted
3. Dressing drums of Assorted size Assorted
4. Drum stand Assorted
5. IV Stand Two
6. Cheatles Forceps Four
7. Mosquito forceps Four
8. Scissors straight (Tailor) Four
9. Scissors curved of different sizes Five each
10. Stitch removal scissors Five each
11. Dissection forceps Four
12. Sinus Forceps Four
13. Probes - Assorted size Five each
14. Pointed scissors Four
15. Abdominal Retractors Five
16. Tissue Forceps Five
17. Bob Kock’s Forceps Five
18. Kocher’s Forceps Five
19. Urethral Dilators Five each
20. Metal Catheters Five each
21. Sponge holding forceps Four
22. Right Angle cholecystectomy Forceps Four
23. Stone holding forceps Four
24. Allies Forceps small Four
25. Allies Forceps Big Four
26. Artery Forceps small Four
27. Artery Forceps big Four
28. Artery Forceps Medium Four
29. Sigmoidoscope Rigid/flexible One
30. Barron Pile’s Gun Two
31. Laryngoscope Pediatric/Adult One
32. Boyles Apparatus One
33. Multi-parameter Monitor One
34. Ambu Bag Two
35. Suction machine Electrical or Manual One
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 63
36. Skin grafting knife with handle Assorted
37. Surgical blades of different size Assorted
38. Self-Retaining Retractor Assorted
39. Bone cutter Two
40. Gigli Saw Two
41. Scoop Assorted
42. Periasteum elevator Two
43. Maggles Forceps Assorted
44. High Pressure Autoclave One
45. Nitrous Oxide Cylinder One
46. Hydrolic Operation Table One
47. Boyle’s Apparatus One
48. Instrument Trolley Assorted
49. Endotracheal Tube Assorted
50. Proctoscope with or without illumination Two
51. Gabrial Syringe One
52. Strecher with trolley Two
53. Suction Machine Assorted
General
54. Emergency power back up facility Assorted
55. Emergency light Four
56. Fire Extinguisher Two
57. BP Apparatus Assorted
58. Fumigator One
59. Refrigerator One
60. X-ray View Box (double) Two
61. Revolving Stool Assorted
62. Vertical BP Instrument One
63. Rubber catheters of Assorted size Assorted
Miscellaneous
64. Corrugated rubber drain Assorted
65. Suturing Needle (straight/curved) of Assorted size Assorted
66. Surgical Thread Assorted
67. BP Handle of different size Assorted
68. Needle holder Assorted

II Shalakya: Ophthalmic Equipment or Instruments for Operative Surgery


Essential
69. Ophthalmic Operation table with Head rest One
70. Sterilizing box/case with matts Assorted
71. Lens insertion Forceps Assorted
72. Keratome Assorted
73. Desmarres lid retractors Assorted
74. Cat-paw lacrimal retractor Assorted
75. Mueller lacrimal sac retractor Assorted
76. Dastoor iris retractor Assorted
77. Meyrhoefer Chalazioncurrete Assorted
78. Sinsky lens manipulating hook Assorted
79. IOL Manipulator Assorted
80. Foreign body spud Assorted
81. Lewis lens loop (vectis) Assorted
64 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

82. Cystotome and spoon Assorted


83. Mule Evisceration spoon Assorted
84. Iris repository (double-ended) Assorted
85. Jameson muscle hook Assorted
86. Wills cautery with copper ball-point Assorted
87. Langs lacrimal sac dissector Assorted
88. Kelly Glaucoma punch Assorted
89. Elevator (double ended) Assorted
90. Nasal speculum adult/child Assorted
91. Wilder punctum Dilator Assorted
92. Bowman lacrimal probes Assorted
93. Hartman mosquito forceps Assorted
94. Colibri forceps 1*2 teeth Assorted
95. Mc. person corneal forceps with tying platform Assorted
96. Dressing forceps, serrated Assorted
97. Moorfieldconjuctival forceps Assorted
98. Fixation forceps Assorted
99. Beer cilea (epilation) forceps Assorted
100. Arruga capsular forceps Assorted
101. Snellen Entropion clamp Assorted
102. Chalazion clamps Assorted
103. Vannas straight scissors Assorted
104. Barraquer needle holder Assorted
105. Air injection cannula Assorted
106. Healon aspirating cannula Assorted
107. AC washout cannula Assorted
108. Lacrimal cannula Assorted
109. Hydrodialysis cannula Assorted
110. J-loop cannula (Right/Left With silicon tubing) Assorted
111. Simcok direct I/A cannula with silicon tubing Assorted
112. Irrigating aspirating handle Assorted
113. Lens dialer Assorted
114. Superior Rectus forceps Assorted
115. Eye wash glasses (for Tarpana Karma) Assorted
116. Swimming Goggles (for Tarpana Karma) Assorted
III ENT-Surgical or Operative Procedural Instruments
Essential
117. Aural Syringe Assorted
118. Jobson’s Aural Probe Assorted
119. Eustachian Catheter Assorted
120. Mastoid Retractor Assorted
121. Mastoid Gouge Assorted
122. Mallet Assorted
123. Nasal Foreign Body hook Assorted
124. Nasal packing forceps Assorted
125. Nasal Snare Assorted
126. Bayonet Shaped gouge Assorted
127. Walsham forceps Assorted
128. Laryngeal forceps Assorted
129. Tongue plate with throat suction Assorted
130. Tonsil holding forceps Assorted
131. Tonsillar suction Assorted
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 65
132. Adenoid curette with cage Assorted
133. Peritonsillarabcess draining forceps Assorted
134. Fuller’s Tracheostomy Tube Assorted
135. Cheatel’s Forceps Assorted
Miscellaneous
136. Other consumable articles like gloves, syringes, bandages, sutras, etc. Assorted

(H). DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT
S. No. Name of Out Patient Article required as per norms of Required Quantity
Department CCIM
1 Kayachikitsa
Essential
X-Ray View Box One
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Torch Two
Examination Table One
Thermometer Four
Tongue depressor Five
Weight and height measuring stand One
Measuring tape One
Knee Hammer Two
Miscellaneous
Gloves Assorted
2 Shalya
Essential
X-Ray Viewing Box One
Stethoscope Four
Instruments for ano-rectal examination Two sets
Examination Table One
BP Apparatus Two
Thermometer Four
Torch Assorted
Cheatle forceps Assorted
General
Minor OT Assorted
Miscellaneous
Surgical Blades Assorted
3 Shalakya
Essential
Tuning forks Assorted
Ophthalmoscope/ fundoscope Two
Auroscope Two
Examination Table One
X-Ray Viewing Box One
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Thermometer Four
ENT kit Assorted
Torch Two
Bull`s lamp One
4 Prasuti and Stri Roga
Essential
Weighing machine One
Sims’s speculum Two
Thermometer Four
Cusco’s speculum Two
Examination Table One
Lamp stand One
66 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Torch Two
X-Ray Viewing Box One
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Measuring tape Two
5 Bal Roga
Essential
Scale One
Weighing machine One
Torch Two
X-Ray View Box One
Thermometer Four
BP Apparatus with Pediatric cuff Two
Stethoscope Assorted
Examination Table Assorted
6 Panchkarma As per Kayachikitsa
7 Yoga Section (Swasth Facilities available (Equipment, Assorted
Rakhshan) Instrument, Furniture etc)
8 Emergency Facilities available (Equipment, Assorted
Instrument, Furniture etc)

K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secretary.
[Advt. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note- If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements
of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016. The English
version will be treated as final.

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68 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

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vLirky ds fy, gksxkA
¼3½ vuqlwph&I ,oa vuqlwph&II esa fofufnZ"V fooj.kkuqlkj dkWyst ,oa vLirky dk fuekZ.k vyx&vyx Hkouksa esa fd;k tkuk pkfg,A rFkk
dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds vyx vyx Hkouks dh vko’;drk ek= fnukad 19-02-2013 ds i’pkr~ LFkkfir egkfo|ky;ksa ij ykxw gksxhA
¼4½ dkWyst dks lqpk: :i ls dk;Z djus gsrq] vU; vko’;d vk/kkfjd lajpuk,a tSls dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds deZpkjh gsrq i;kZIr vkokl]
ckg~; ~,oa vUrjax [ksyksa dh lqfo/kk] ukxfjd ,oa fctyh dh lsok,a vkSj dk;Z’kkyk] dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds ifjlj ds vUnj i;kZIr
xkM+h&LFkku ds j[k j[kko dk Hkh ikyu djuk gksxkA
¼5½ oukS"kf/k m|ku dk U;wure {ks= vuqlwph&III esa fofgr vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A

6- izos'k {kerk%& egkfo|ky; dh okf"kZd izos’k {kerk 60 ,oa 100 ds LySc esa gksxhA 60 ls de ;k 61 ls 100 lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk j[kus
okys egkfo|ky; dks vuqlwph&I ls vuqlwph&VII rd esa of.kZr dze’k% 60 ,oa 100 lhVkas dh vko’;drkvksa dk ikyu djuk gksxkA

7- f’k{k.k vLirky dh vko’;drk,a%&


¼1½ f’k{k.k vLirky] vLirky LFkkfir djus vksj lapkfyr djus gsrq lEcfU/kr jkT; vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks= ;k LFkkuh; izkf/kdj.k dh lHkh
lkafof/kd vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djsxk vkSj ,slh vuqefr ;k fudklh dh v|ru izekf.kr izfr;ka dsUnzh; ljdkj vkSj dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dks
izLrqr djsxkA lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj ;k la?k jkT; ljdkj ,sls vkosnd dkWystksa dks vukifRr izek.k i= tkjh djus ls iwoZ ,sls vuqefr
;k fudklh dh miyC/krk dks lR;kfir djsxhA
¼2½ 'k¸;kvksa dh vko’;drk] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx vkSj ckg~; jksxh foHkkx mifLFkfr%& Nk=ksa dk vuqikr 'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ds lkFk] var% jksxh
foHkkx esa 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr dze’k% 1%1] 40 izfr’kr ,oa 1%2 tSlk fd fuUufyf[kr rkfydk esa fn;k x;k
gS ds vuqlkj gksxkA lkekU; okMZ esa nks 'k¸;kvksa dh nwjh Ms<+¼1½½ ehVj ls de ugh gksxhA
Rkkfydk&I

izos’k {kerk vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa 1%1 xr ,d dyS.Mj o"kZ ds nkSjku varjax jksxh xr ,d dyS.Mj o"kZ ds nkSjku ckg~;
izfr o"kZ Nk= 'k¸;k vuqikr ij U;wure foHkkx esa izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure jksxh foHkkx esa izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh
'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k vkSlr la[;k ¼365 fnu½ ¼40 izfr’kr U;wure vkSlr la[;k ¼300 fnu½ ¼1%2
’k;~;k vf/kHkksx½ Nk= &jksxh vuqikr½
60 Nk=ksa rd 60 'k¸;k 24 120
61 ls 100 Nk= 100 'k¸;k 40 200

'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh la[;k dh x.kuk djus gsrq egkfo|ky; izR;sd jksxh ds HkrhZ gksus rFkk muds fuoZrZu dh frfFk ,oa le; dk ys[kk tks[kk j[ksxkA
e/;jk=h esa jksxh }kjk 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk ,d 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa dh tk,xhA rFkk ;fn fdlh jksxh dk fuoZrZu e/;jk=h ls iwoZ
gksrk gS rks mls 0-5 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa fxuk tk,xkA 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk gsrq fuEufyf[kr lw= yksxw gksxk&
'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx × 100 dh la[;k
'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k × fnolksa dh la[;k

3½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr ds vfHkys[k dk j[kj[kko%&


¼i½ dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckg~; :X.k foHkkx ,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh
ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst] foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k] cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx ds :X.k
lEcfU/kr nLrkost] iz;ksx’kkyk vkSj jsfM;ksyksthdy tkap izfrosnu] vkS"kf/k forj.k iaftdk] vkgkj iaftdk varjax foHkkx ds :X.kksa ds
fy, vLirky deZpkjho`Un dk M;wVh iaftdk] tUe ,oa e`R;q izek.k i= bR;kfn fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e ¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks
iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq djsxkA
(ii) l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckg~; :X.k foHkkx ,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh;
iathdj.k iz.kkyh ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst] foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e
¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq djsxk rFkk dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k
iz.kkyh fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr gksxhA mu egkfo|ky;ksa dks ftUgs ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikap o"kksZ
ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] mUgs fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh
dk j[k j[kko djuk gksxkA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 69
¼4½ LFkku vko’;drk%& iw.kZ :i ls lapkfyr vLirky esa cfgjax@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ds vfrfjDr Lokxr] jksxh izrh{kk {ks=] vkS"kf/k d{k]
ejge iV~Vh d{k] Dyhfudy iz;ksx’kkyk] jsfM;ksyksth vuqHkkx] vLirky lkbZM QkesZlh] jlksbZ] lsokd{k] fpfdRlk vfHkys[k d{k] dkjkuwy
FkSjsih vuqHkkx] {kkjlw= FkSjsih vuqHkkx] 'kY; d{k] izlo d{k] Hk.Mkj x`g] L=h ,oa iq:"k vyx&2 okMZ] fpfdRldksa gsrq] ulksZ ,oa vU;
deZpkfj;ksa gsrq M;wVh d{k gksus pkfg,A layXu vLirky ds fufeZr {ks= dh lqfuf’prrk vuqlwph&I ds vuqlkj gksxhA

¼5½ ckâ; jksxh foHkkx%& vLirky esa de ls de fuEu 8 ckâ; jksxh foHkkx gksxsa%&
¼i½ e:Fkqoe ¼fpfdRlk½
¼ii½ oeZe] iqje:Fkqoe ,oa fljIiqe:Fkqoe ¼oeZe mipkj] ckg~; mipkj rFkk fo’ks"k mipkj½
¼iii½ lwy] exfyj e:Fkqoe ¼izlwfr rFkk L=hjksx½
¼iv½ v:obZ] rksy e:Fkqoe ¼’kY; rFkk RopkfoKku½
¼v½ dqyUnbZ e:Fkqoe ¼ckyjksx½ rFkk
¼vi½ volj e:Fkqoe ¼vkikrdky½

¼6½ vUrjax :X.k foHkkx%& vLirky ds vUrjax :X.k foHkkx esa iq:"k ,oa L=h okMZ vyx gksxsa vkSj 'k¸;k forj.k fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
dze vUrjax jksxh foHkkx forj.k 60 'k¸;k,a 100 'k¸;k,a
la[;k
1- e:Fkqoe ¼fpfdRlk½ 30% 'k¸;k 18 30

2- oeZe] iqje:Fkqoe ,oa fljIiqe:Fkqoe ¼oeZe mipkj] ckg~; 25% 'k¸;k 15 25


mipkj rFkk fo’ks"k mipkj½

3- lwy] exfyj e:Fkqoe ¼izlwfr rFkk L=hjksx½ 15% 'k¸;k 9 15

4- v:obZ] rksy e:Fkqoe ¼’kY; rFkk RopkfoKku½ 20% 'k¸;k 12 20

5- dqyUnbZ e:Fkqoe ¼ckyjksx½ 10% 'k¸;k 6 10

¼7½ uksbZ ukMy lRrke lkjaFkk e:Fkqoe~] ukUtq e:Fkqoe~ iz;ksx’kkyk,a ¼fDyfudy jksx funku ,oa tkap gsrq uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk½% vLirky ds ckâ;
jksxh ,oa var%jksxh foHkkx ls fufnZ"V fd;s x;s jksfx;ksa ij uSR;d] jksxkRed] tSo jklk;fud rFkk jDr laca/kh tkap ,oa fl) uSnkfud rduhdksa
dks dk;kZfUor djus gsrq vLirky esa vuqlwph&I] vuqlwph&II, vuqlwph&IV, vuqlwph&V, vuqlwph&VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V mfpr
vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk ,oa tu’kfDr lfgr ,d uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk gksxhA
¼8½ vLirky ds deZpkjh% vLirky ds fy, U;wure LVkQ dh vko’;drk vuqlwph&IV ds vuqlkj gksxhA
8- dkWyst dh vko’;drk,a&

¼1½ ¼d½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ% vuqlwph&V esa fofufnZ"V izR;sd LySc gsrq nl va’k dkfyd vfrfjDr f’k{kdksa ¼ekMuZ esMhflu ds vkB
f’k{kd] ;ksx dk ,d f’k{kd rFkk tSo lkaf[;dh; dk ,d f’k{kd½ ds lkFk 60 Nk=ksa ds izos’k gsrq fu;fer vk/kkj ij fu;qDr
U;wure 30 iw.kZdkfyd f’k{kd rFkk 61 ls 100 rd dh izos’k {kerk gsrq U;wure fu;fer 45 iw.kZZdkfyd f’k{kd gksaxsA os
f’k{kd tks f’k{k.k ds in vFkok fo"k; ds f’k{kd ls lacaf/kr ik=rk ds ekudksa dks iwjk djrs gSa] mUgsa izfrfu;qfDr vFkok
lafonk ds vk/kkj ij fu;qDr fd;k tk,xkA
¼[k½ f’k{kdksa dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q% f’k{kdks dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok fo’ofo|ky;
vuqnku vk;ksx ds vkns’k ds vuqlkj gksxhA f’k{kdksa dh ik=rk ds ekud iw.kZ djus okys lsok fuo`Rr f’k{kdksa dks iw.kZ dkfyd
f’k{kd ds :i esa 65 o"kZ dh vk;q rd iqu%fu;qDr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
¼x½ izR;sd f’k{kd dk fooj.k tSls ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dk;ZHkkj xzg.k djus dh frfFk
egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij gksxhA
¼?k½ leLr f’k{kdkas dh lwph iw.kZ fooj.k lfgr tSls dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ }kjk vkcafVr dksM] ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk rFkk orZeku
laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ij iznf’Zkr gksxhA

¼2½ rduhdh ,oa vU; LVkQ dh vko’;drk% egkfo|ky; dh fofHkUu bdkb;ksa rFkk foHkkxksa esa rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ vuqlwph&VI esa fn;s
x;s fooj.kkuqlkj gksxkA
9- fofo/k vko’;drk,a&
¼1½ dkWyst ifj"kn~% ¼d½ izR;sd fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; vFkok fpfdRlk laLFkk esa ,d dkWyst ifj"kn~ gksxh ftlesa foHkkxksa ds v/;{k lnL; ds :i
esa rFkk izk/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk v/;{k ds :i esa lekfo"V gksA
70 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ ikB~;dze rFkk izf’k{k.k dk;Zdze dk fooj.k rS;kj djus] vuq’kklu ij cy nsus rFkk vU; 'kS{kf.kd ekeyksa ds fy, o"kZ esa de ls de
pkj ckj dkWyst ifj"kn~ dh cSBd dh tk;sxhA
¼x½ dkWyst ifj"kn~ }kjk laLFkk esa fu;fer :i ls vkof/kd vuqla/kku iqujh{k.k ds lkFk&lkFk vUrjfoHkkxh; cSBdsa tslS eq[; nkSjs] lkaf[;dh;
cSBdsa rFkk uSnkfud cSBdsa Hkh vk;ksftr dh tk;saxhA
¼2½ dkWyst dh osclkbZV% izR;sd dkWyst vFkok laLFkku dh mldh viuh osclkbV gksxh ftls izR;sd ekg ds igys lIrkg esa v|ru fd;k x;k
fuEufyf[kr fooj.k miyC/k djk;k tk;sxkA
¼d½ funs’kd vFkok vf/k"Bkrk vFkok iz/kkukpk;Z ,oa fpfdRlk v/kh{kd dk fooj.k ftlesa mldk uke] vk;q] iathdj.k la[;k]
vgZrk] dk;Zxzg.k dh rkjh[k] nwjHkk"k@eksckby la[;k lfgr mudk iwjk irk rFkk ,l-Vh-Mh- dksM] QsDl rFkk bZ&esy bR;kfn
gksaA
¼[k½ ftlesa f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.k] QksVksxzkQ] iathdj.k la[;k] tUefrfFk] vgZrk] vuqHko foHkkx bR;kfn A
¼x½ muds vius foHkkx lfgr dkWyst ds xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; LVkWQ dk fooj.kA
¼?k½ Lukrdh; ,oa LukrdksRrj ds fofHkUu ikB~;dzeksa dh Lohd`fr izos’k {kerk dk fooj.kA
¼M+½ pkyw ,o xr o"kZ ds fy, izos’k izkIr Nk=ksa dh ;ksX;rk ds vk/kkj ij ,oa Js.kh ds vk/kkj ij lwphA
¼p½ fiNys ,d o"kZ ds nkSjku dksbZ 'kks/k izdk’kuA
¼N½ laLFkk }kjk vk;ksftr lrr fdlh fpfdRlk f’k{kk ¼lh-,e-bZ½ dk;Zdze] lEesyu rFkk@vFkok fdlh 'kS{kf.kd xfrfof/k;ksa dk
fooj.kA
¼t½ Nk=ksa ,oa ladk; }kjk izkIr fd;s x;s fdlh iqjLdkj ,oa miyfC/k dk fooj.kA
¼>½ lEc) fo’ofo|ky; rFkk blds dqyifr rFkk dqy lfpo dk fooj.kA
¼Œk½ fiNys ,d o"kZ dh lHkh ijh{kkvksa dk ifj.kkeA
¼V½ lHkh ikB~;dzeksa dh ekU;rk dh C;kSjsokj fLFkfrA
¼B½ fpfdRlky; esa uSnkfud lkexzh dk fooj.kA
¼M½ egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ls tksMh tk;sxh] ftls ea=ky; dh osclkbV ls Hkh tksMk tk,xkA
¼<½ egkfo|ky; ds f’k{k.k rFkk xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ] vLirky ds LVkWQ] Nk=ksa rFkk ckg~~; jksxh foHkkx rFkk var% jksxh foHkkx esa
jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr dk ekg ds vuqlkj fo’ys"k.k egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij iznf’kZr fd;k tk,xkA
¼3½ ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr% ¼i½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls
fyad dEI;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r mifLFkfr
iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼ii½ l’krZ vuqefr gsrq ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad gksxhA
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; ftUgas ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikap o"kksZ ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] os fnukad 1
fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr dk vuqj{k.k djsaxsA
10- u, dkWyst dh pj.k okj fof’k"V vko’;drk,a &
¼1½ vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 13 d ds izko/kku ds vUrxZr fl)e:Fkok vfjXukj ¼cspyj vkWQ fl) esMhflu ,.M ltZjh½ ikB~;dze
izkjEHk djus gsrq vuqefr pkgus okys fl) dkWyst dks vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk rFkk tu’kfDr dks fuEuor~ LFkkfir djuk gksxk%
¼d½ dkWyst Nk=ksa ds izFke csp ds izos’k ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ vkosnu izLrqr djrs le;] dkWyst ds ikl 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k rFkk fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ"V okf"kZd
Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okys vkosnu dh frfFk ls nks o"kZ ls
iwoZ dk;kZRed fl) fpfdRlky; ds lkFk fofu;e 4 ,oa 5 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa
rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd dh fu;qfDr
leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq e:Fkoe] ojeu] iqjke:Fkoe ,oa fljkiqe:Fkoe] lwy] exkyhj e:Fkoe] dq>aFk; e:Fkoe ,oa
v:o; e:Fkoe esa ls izR;sd dk de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK vFkok uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA rFkk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk
gsrq dsUnzh; ljdkj dks vkosnd }kjk vkosnu izLrqr fd, tkus ls nks o"kZ iwoZ vFkok fo’ks"kK fpfdRld dh fu;qfDr dh frfFk
ls] tks Hkh de gks] fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok uSnkfud fpfdRld dk vuqHko f’k{kd ds :i esa ekuk tk,xkA
¼iv½ nks gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kkas rd ds fy, 50 O;fDr;ksa ds
cSBus rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kkas gsrq 80 O;fDr;ksa ,oa LVkWQ ds cSBus dh {kerk gksA
¼v½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr nks
O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ nks gtkj ikap lkS oxZehVj Hkwfe ij rFkk 4 gtkj oxZ ehVj dh Hkwfe ij QSyk ,d oukS"kf/k;ksa ls ;qDr m|ku dze’k% 60
lhVksa rd ds fy, rFkk 61 ls 100 lhVksa ds fy, ftlesa de ls de ,d lkS iztkfr;ksa dh vkS"kf/k;ksa ds ikS/ks yxs gksaA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk( rFkk
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 71

¼[k½ Nk=ksa ds f}rh; cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed fl) fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr
leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd
dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A

¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq e:Fkoe~] ojeu] iqjke:Fkoe vkSj fljkIiwe:Fkoe~] lwy] exyhj e:Fkoe~] dq>kaFk;
e:Fkoe~ ,oa v:o; e:Fkoe~ foHkkxksa esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½
f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikap gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus
rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr
rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksaxsA

¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk(
¼viii½ xqukikne~ e:fFk;y ,oa xqukikne~ e:uFkkdfo;ky foHkkx ls tqM+h vuqlwph ii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V U;wure {ks= dh ,d f’k{k.k
vkS"k/k’kkyk ¼jlk;u’kkyk½ rFkk xq.koRrk ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk gksxh ftlesa ikB;~dze ds vuqlkj vkS"k/kh rS;kj djus gsrq
vuqlwph&VII ds vuqlkj midj.k gksaxsA
¼ix½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼x½ Nk=ksa ds r`rh; cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izo’s k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed fl) fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh; ,oa r`rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk
lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa
izokpd dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq e:Fkoe~] ojeu] iqjke:Fkoe vkSj fljkIiwe:Fkoe~] lwy] exyhj e:Fkoe~] dq>kaFk;
e:Fkoe~ ,oa v:o; e:Fkoe~ foHkkxksa esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½
f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikap gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus rFkk
61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA

¼v½ vuqlwph i ls vii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh; ,oa r`rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa
lqlfTtr rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA

¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk(


¼viii½ xqukikne~ e:fFk;y ,oa xqukikne~ e:uFkkdfo;ky foHkkx ls tqM+h vuqlwph ii esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V U;wure {ks= dh ,d f’k{k.k
vkS"k/k’kkyk ¼jlk;u’kkyk½ rFkk xq.koRrk ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk gksxh ftlesa ikB;~dze ds vuqlkj vkS"k/kh rS;kj djus gsrq
vuqlwph&VII ds vuqlkj midj.k gksaxsA
¼ix½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼?k½ Nk=ksa ds prqFkZ cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izo’s k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckg~; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed fl) fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh;] r`rh; ,oa prqFkZ O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr
vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA
72 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼iii½ bu fofu;eksa 4 ls 11 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky;] vLirky rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa dh leLr vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk
,oa tu’kfDr dh vko’;drk,(
¼iv½ lkr gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph vi esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa ds
cSBus rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v½ vqulwph iii ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr vkS"k/kh ikS/kksa dk cxhpk
¼vi½ vqulwph i ls vii ;Fkk fofufnZ"V iw.kZ fdz;kRed iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk vkS"k/k ijh{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr vkS"k/k’kkyk
¼vii½ fpfdRlky; esa vkS"kf/k;ksa] ijkfpfdRlk LVkWQ] fpfdRld rFkk vkikrdky izcU/ku ds lkFk pkSchl ?kaVs dh fpfdRlk lsokvksa dh
fuf’pr miyC/krkA
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA

¼2½ ¼d½ fdlh u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk djus rFkk Nk=ksa dks izos’k nsus dh vuqefr izkjEHk esa ,d o"kZ dh vof/k ds fy, iznku dh
tk;sxh rFkk vuqefr dh vof/k okf"kZd vk/kkj ij mi fofu;e ¼1½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd y{;ksa dh miyfC/k dh tkap dh 'krZ ij
c<+k;h tk;sxhA
¼[k½ ;g dkWyst dk mRrjnkf;Ro gksxk fd og vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus ds mn~ns’; gsrq izkjfEHkd vuqefr dh vof/k lekIr gksus ls N%
ekg iwoZ dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ esa vkosnu djsA

¼x½ vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus dh ;g izfdz;k izFke cSp ds lekiu gsrq u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk ds iw.kZ gksus rd tkjh
jgsxhA

¼3½ u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk] v/;;u dk u;k vFkok mPprj ikB~;dze ;k izf’k{k.k izkjEHk djuk rFkk fpfdRlk egkfo|ky;
}kjk izos’k {kerk esa o`f) djus gsrq Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh /kkjk 13 d ds v/khu vkosnu djus okys
O;fDr vFkok fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dks f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k
izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc
vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk rFkk vLirky ds ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ,oa var% jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa ds vfHkys[k ds
j[kj[kko gsrq osc fyad dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdju iz.kkyh j[kuk vko’;d gSA ftu vkosndks us o"kZ 2015 esa vkosnu fd;k Fkk]
muds fy, vk’k; i= tkjh djus gsrq bu vko’;drkvksa ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,sxk ijarq mUgsa ’kSf{kd l= 2016&17 gsrq vuqefr i=
tkjh fd;s tkus ls iwoZ bu vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djuk gksxkA
11- midj.k] ;U=&lewg bR;kfn dh lwph& Nk=ksa ds fy, f’k{k.k rFkk izf’k{k.k lkexzh ds mfpr izko/kku lqfuf’pr djus gsrq] dkWyst tSlk fd
vuqlwph I&VII ds vUrxZr fofufnZ"V gS] dkWyst ds f’k{k.k foHkkx] fpfdRlky;] iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk 'koPNsnu d{k] iqLrdky;]
vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa esa visf{kr i;kZIr la[;k esa midj.k ;a=&lewg bR;kfn dk U;wure 90 izfr’kr vius vf/kdkj esa j[ksxkA
12- fl) egkfo|ky;ksa esa vuqefr izfdz;k ds iw.kZ gksus dh frfFk rFkk izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk&

¼1½ fl) egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k ysus gsrq fl) egkfo|ky;ksa dks vuqefr iznku djus vFkok iznku uk djus dh izfdz;k izR;sd ’kSf{kd l= dh
31 tqykbZ rd iw.kZ dj yh tk,xhA
¼2½ fl) egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk izR;sd ’kSf{kd l= dh 30 flrEcj gksxhA

vuqlwph&I
¼fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa½
fl) egkfo|ky; ds layXu fpfdRlky; dh vko’;drk,a

dze la[;k fooj.k fufeZr {ks= ¼oxZehVj esa½


60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100
Nk=ksa rd
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
I. fpfdRlky; ds Hkou dk dqy fufeZr {ks= 2]000 3500
II. fpfdRlky; iz’kklfud [k.M 100 150
1. v/kh{kd d{k
2. mi v/kh{kd d{k
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 73
3. fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dk d{k ¼ nks vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok vkoklh; 'kY;
vf/kdkjh gsrq ½
4. eSVªu d{k
5. lgk;d eSVªu d{k ¼ nks ds fy,½
6. Lokxr iVy rFkk iathdj.k
III. ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ¼vks-ih-Mh-½ 300 500
1. e:Fkoe ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
2. 'kY; ckg~; jksxh foHkkx izlk/ku d{k] ok’k csflu rFkk ijh{kk d{k lfgr
3. 'kkykD; ra= ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
4. L=h jksx ,oa izlwfr ra= ckg~; jksxh foHkkx izlk/ku d{k rFkk ijh{kk d{k lfgr

5. dkSekjHk`R; ¼cky jksx½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx


6. LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx ckg~; jksxh foHkkx] izn'kZu {ks= lfgr
7. vR;kf;d¼grkgr½ foHkkx izlk/ku d{k rFkk ok’k csflu lfgr
8. ejge iV~Vh ,oa izkFkfed fpfdRlk d{k] {kkj lw= d{k
9. vkS"k/kky;
10. jksfx;ksa ds fy, izrh{kk LFky
11. Hk.Mkj
12. LVkWQ rFkk jksfx;ksa ds fy;s vyx&vyx iq:"k ,oa efgyk izlk/ku d{k
IV vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ¼vkbZ-ih-Mh-½ 900 1650
1. dk;fpfdRlk rFkk iapdeZ iq:"k okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
2. dk;kfpfdRlk rFkk iapdeZ efgyk okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr

3. 'kY; 'kkykD; iq:"k okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
4. 'kY; 'kkykD; efgyk okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
5. izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx ,oa dkSekjHk`R; okMZ layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
6. izR;sd foHkkx ds fy;s ,d fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g
lfgr
7. izR;sd okMZ esa ,d ifjp;kZ LVkWQ M~;wVh ds fy, d{k layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g
lfgr
8. Ykhuu bR;kfn ds fy;s Hk.Mkj x`g
V. 'kY;deZ d{k [k.M 150 250
1. eq[;] y?kq ,oa ’kkykD; izfdz;kvksa ds fy, 'kY;deZ d{k
2. izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr izlwfr d{k
3. uotkr f’k’kq vuqj{k.k d{k
4. dsUnzh; thok.kquk’ku@vkVksDyso bdkbZ
5. Ldzc d{k
6. nks vkjksX; d{k
7. fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku ,oa Lukukx`g lfgr
8. izf’k{kq@x`g vf/kdkjh@ vkoklh; fpfdRldksa dk d{k layXu izlk/ku rFkk Lukukx`g lfgr
9. ifjp;kZ d{k layXu izlk/ku rFkk Lukux`g lfgr
VI iapdeZ [k.M 200 350
1. Lusgu d{k ¼iq:"k½
2. Lusgu d{k ¼efgyk½
3. Losnu d{k ¼iq:"k½
4. Losnu d{k ¼efgyk½
5. f’kjks/kkjk d{k ¼iq:"k½
6. f'kjks/kkjk d{k ¼efgyk½
7. oeu d{k ¼iq:"k½
8. oeu d{k ¼efgyk½
74 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

9. fojspu d{k ¼iq:"k½


10. fojspu d{k ¼efgyk½
11. cfLr d{k ¼iq:"k½
12. cfLr d{k ¼efgyk½
13. jDr eks{k.k] tykSdkokpj.k] vfXudeZ] izkPNku bR;kfn d{k
14. iapdeZ fpfdRld@fpfdRldksa dk d{k
15. iapdeZ Hk.Mkj x`g
16. layXu izlk/ku d{k iq:"kksa ds fy;s rFkk efgykvksa ds fy;s ftuesa ls izR;sd esa ok’kcsflu
rFkk xhtj dh lqfo/kk gksaA ;s izlk/ku okMksZa ds izlk/kuksa ds vfrfjDr gksaxsA

VII HkkSfrd fpfdRlk bdkbZ% 75 150


1. HkkSfrd fpfdRlk d{k
2. HkkSfrd fpfdRld d{k
VIII uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk% 100 150
fod`fr foKku] tSo jlk;u rFkk lw{e tho&foKku gsrq i`Fkd foHkkxksa lfgr iw.kZ midj.k
;qDr ew= uewus ,d= djus gsrq ;gka layXu izlk/ku gksaxsA bZ-lh-th- vFkok Vh-,e-Vh-
bR;kfn ds fy;s vU; uSnkfud midj.k miyC/k djk;s tk;saxsA
IX fofdj.k&fpfdRlk&foKku vFkok lksuksxzkQh vuqHkkx%& 50 100
fofdj.kfoKkuh dks"B] ,Dl&js d{k] MkdZ :e] fQYe MªkbZ d{k] Hk.Mkj d{k] jksxh izrh{kk
,oa izlk/ku d{k] Lokxr&iVy vFkok iathdj.k vFkok fjiksVZ d{kA
X fpfdRlky; dk ikd’kkyk rFkk dSUVhu% 100 150
XI Hk.Mkj@’kox`g 25 50
dqy 2]000 3]500

vuqlwph&II

¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½


fl) dkWyst dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k fufeZr {ks= ¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa
rd
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
dkWyst dh bekjr dk dqy fufeZr {ks= 2,000 4,000
1. iz'kklfud vuqHkkx%& dkWyst ds iz'kklfud vuqHkkx esa izkpk;Z d{k] futh lgk;d d{k]
Lokxr iVy] feyus okyksa ds fy, izfr{kk d{k] LVkWQ lfefr d{k] fyfid d{k] uxnh
,oa ys[kk vuqHkkx] vfHkys[k d{k] dsUnzh; Hk.Mkj ,oa iq:"k ,oa efgykvksa ds fy, vyx
iz’kk/ku d{kA
2. O;k[;ku gky% lkB lhVksas rd izos’k gsrq U;wure 80 oxZehVj ds {ks= ds ,oa bdlB ls 400 800
lkS lhVksa ds izos’k gsrq 160 oxZehVj {ks= ds de ls de ikap O;k[;ku gky gksaxs ftuesa
fctyh vkiwfrZ] JO;&n`’; f’k{k.k lgk;d ;a=] ia[ks@dwyj rFkk vf/kekur% fFk;sVj ds
izdkj dk vkjkenk;d :i ls cSBus dk izcU/k gksxkA izR;sd ry ij ckyd ,oa
ckfydkvksa ds fy, i`Fkd&2 izlk/ku d{kksa dk fuekZ.k djk;k tk;sxkA
3. fopkj xks"Bh vFkok lEesyu vFkok ijh{kk gkWy% cSBdksa] fopkj xksf"B;ksa] lEesyuksa] 150 300
laxks"Bh] ijh{kk] ea=.kk bR;kfn ds fy, dkWyst ds ifjlj esa ,d o`gr gkWy miyC/k
gksxk ftlesa pkj lkS ls ikap lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk gksxhA gkWy esa fctyh
rFkk cSBus dk izcU/k rFkk n`JO;&n`’; i)fr dh i;kZIr lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA
4. dsUnzh; iqLrdky;% dsUnzh; iqLrdky; esa lkB dh izos’k {kerk rd de ls de ipkl 100 200
O;fDr;ksa rFkk bdlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq vLlh O;fDr;ksa a ds cSBus dh {kerk]
'ksYQ vFkok vYekfj;ksa dh i;kZIr la[;k] LVkWd j[kus gsrq i;kZIr LFkku] f’k{kdksa ds fy,
i`Fkd okpuky;] iqLrdk/;{k dk d{k] dEI;wVj fizUVj ,oa bUVjusV dh lqfo/kk lfgr
QksVksdkWihvj vFkok fofM;ks :e gksxkA iqLrdky; esa izdk’k dk mfpr izcU/k]
ia[ks@dwyj] is; ty dk izcU/k rFkk izlk/ku lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA Nk=ksa ds izFke izos’k ds
le; iqLrdky; esa fl)] vk/kqfud fpfdRlk rFkk leoxhZ foKku ds fofHkUu 'kh"kZdksa dh
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 75
nks gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdsa gksaxhA iqLrdksa dh la[;k Nk=ksa ds f}rh; rFkk r`rh; cSapksa ds
izos’k ls iwoZ ikap gtkj rFkk Nk=ksa ds prqFkZ cSap ds izos’k ls iwoZ lkr gtkj ikap lkS
rd c<+kbZ tk;saxhA ikap o"kZ vFkok vf/kd ds fy, fo|eku egkfo|ky; nl gtkj
iqLrdsa j[ksxkA
5. f’k{k.k foHkkx% rsjg f’k{k.k foHkkx gksaxsa ftuesa ls izR;sd ds lkFk f’k{kdksa ds fy, d{k] dqy 1200 dqy 2400
,d NksVk foHkkxh; iqLrdky;] ,d NksVk dk;kZy;] xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq dk;Z LFkku oxZehVj rFkk oxZehVj rFkk
rFkk fof’k"V foHkkx dh vko’;drkuqlkj ,d laxzgky; vFkok iz;ksx’kkyk vFkok fo?kVu fuEuor~ fo?kVu fuEuor~
'koPNsnu gkWy vFkok f’k{kdh; d{k foHkkx ds vk/kkj ij {ks= dh vko’;drk fuEuor~ gksxk% gksxk%
gksxh%&
(i) fl) e:Fkoe~ ewykFkkFkwoe foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr foHkkxh; iqLrdky; o f’k{kdh; 50 100
d{k
(ii) mn~ny dq:xy foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr ,d goknkj 'koPNsnu gkWy] i;kZIr ykWdjksa 100 200
rFkk okl&csflu lfgr Nk=ksa ds fy, ,d d{k] pkj 'ko gsrq ,d Hk.Mkj.k VSad vFkok
iz’khrr ¼Ýhtj½ lfgr 'ko dk laysiu djus gsrq ,d d{k rFkk oSdfYid ekbdzks
,sukWVeh iz;ksx’kkyk lfgr mn~ny dq:xy laxzgky;;
(iii) mn~ny FkkFkqoe foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr tSo jlk;u ijh{k.k gsrq oSdfYid lqfo/kk 175 350
lfgr fdz;k 'kkjhj ¼Qhft;ksykWth½ iz;ksx’kkyk;
(iv) Xkq.kine e:fFk;ky ¼fl) QkekZdksyksth ,oa QkekZdksXukslh½ foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr 100 200
ouLifr&laxzgky; o nzO;xq.k laxzgky; rFkk QkekZdksXukslh rFkk QkekZDykWth iz;ksx’kkyk,a;
(v) xq.kkine e:uFkqlbZeqfj;y ¼fl) vkS"k/kHkS"khftdk½ 75 150
(vi) ukbZuknky foHkkx vfrfjDr ukbZuknky ¼iSFkksykWth½ iz;ksx’kkyk 75 150
(vii) ;k rks dkWfyt esa vFkok vLirky esa ojeu] fljkIiw e:Fkwoe foHkkx rFkk blds 75 150
vfrfjDr ;ksx gkWy;
(viii) lRre lkjaFkk e:Fkwok uutw e:Fkwoe foHkkx RkFkk bldss vfrfjDr laxzgky; ,oa 50 100
f’k{kdh; d{k
(ix) e:Fkwoe foHkkx ,oa f’k{kdh; d{k 50 100
(x) dqtu/kbZ e:Fkwoe foHkkx ,oa f’k{kdh; d{k 50 100
(xi) v:obZ] e:Fkwoe~ foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k rFkk 75 150
iz;ksxkRed ltZjh iz;ksx’kyk;
(xii) uksbZ vuqxk fof/k foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr laxzgky; o f’k{kdh; d{k; 50 150
(xiii) Lwy] exkyhj e:Fkwoe~ foHkkx ,oa f’k{kdh; d{k; rFkk 50 100
* fVIi.kh& lHkh iz;ksx’kkykvksa dh dk;Z djus dh estsa dBksj iRFkj vFkok LVsuysl
LVhy dh gksuh pkfg;s rFkk 'ksYQ rFkk ok’kcsflu esa rkts ikuh ds uy dh mfpr
O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg,A
6. f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk vkS"kf/k xq.koRrk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk% dkWyst esa fofHkUu izdkj 100 200
dh fl) dh vkS"kf/k;ka tSls pw.kZe~] eFkhjbZ] es>qxq] xqXxyq] jlk;u vkfn rS;kj djus
gsrq mfpr izf’k{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr ,d f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk] ,d dPph&vkS"k/k dk
Hk.Mkjx`g rFkk bugkml & vkS"k/k ,dhdj.k gksxkA vkS"k/k’kkyk dh vkS"k/k ijh{k.k
iz;ksx’kkyk dk iz;ksx f’k{k.k gsrq Hkh fd;k tk,xkA
7. lkekU; d{k% cSBus ds i;kZIr LFkku ,oa izcU/k lfgr ckyd rFkk ckfydkvksa gsrq i`Fkd 50 Nk=ksa gsrq 100 Nk=ksa gsrq $
i`Fkd d{k miyC/k gksxsaA $50 Nk=kvksa 100 Nk=kvksa gsrq
gsrq
8. dSUVhu% dkWyst ifjlj esa yxHkx lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus ds izcU/k lfgr dSUVhu dh 50 100
lqfo/kk miyC/k gksxhA
Dqy ;ksx 2]000@& 4]000@&
fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V fofHkUu ?kVdksa ds chp izfoHkkftr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d fl) dkWyst dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 5 ij
mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] egkfo|ky; dk dqy fufeZr {ks= fofu;e 5 esa mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gSA
76 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

vuqlwph&III
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
,d fl) dkWyst dh leoxhZ vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k {ks= ¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
oukS"kf/k m|ku% 250 iztkfr;ksa ds oukS"kf/k ikS/kksa rFkk iPphl ls ipkl oxZehVj {ks= 2500 4000
1- dk ,d izn’kZu d{k lfgr HkyhHkk¡fr fodflr ,d vkS"k/kh; ikS/kksa dk cxhpk dkWyst
esa fo|eku gksxkA
fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d fl) egkfo|ky; dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 4 ij fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj
gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] vkS"k/kh; ikS/kks dh U;wure 150 iztkfr;ka vko’;d gksaxhA
vuqlwph&IV
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
fl) dkWyst fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ dh vko’;drk,a
dze la[;k in Ikk=rk
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- fpfdRlk v/kh{kd 1- fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds in gsrq in/kkjh dh vgZrk izk/;kid ls
de ugha gksxhA
vFkok
2- iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk insu fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds :i esa
dk;Z dj ldrs gSA
rFkkfi] ;fn ogk¡ fpfdRlk v/khd{k dk in gS rks og¡k tkjh
jgsxkA
2- mi fpfdRlk v/kh{kd 1- vgZrk ch-,l-,e-,l- rFkk uSnkfud fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj
mikf/k vFkok nl o"kksZ ds uSnkfud vuqHko lfgr ch-,l-,e-
,l- gksxhA
2- f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vfrfjDr iw.kZ dkfyd fu;fer in/kkjhA
3- ijke'kZnkrk 1- uSnkfud foHkkx] ftuesa LoLFko`Rr rFkk ;ksx foHkkx lfEefyr gksa]
ds f’k{kd
4- vkikrdkyhu fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh nks
5- vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh @vkoklh; 'kY; 05 ¼01 e:Fkqoe~] 01 ojeu] iqjkek:Fkqoe ,oa fljkIiqe:Fkqoe] 01
fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh ¼vkj-,e-vks @ vkj-,,l-vks lwy exkfyj e:Fkqoe~] 01 dq>kaFknZ e:Fkqoe~,oa 01 v:obZ e:Fkqoe~½
½-
6- eSVªu @ ifjpkfjdk v/kh{kd ,d
7- var% jksxh foHkkx gsrq LVkWQ ifjpkfjdk,a izfr 10 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, ,d
8- okMZ vuqdehZ vFkok vk;k izfr 20 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, ,d
9- Hks"ktK ¼QkekZflLV½ nks
10- Mªslj nks
11- Hk.Mkjiky ,d
12- dk;kZy; LVkWQ ¼iath;u] vfHkys[k vuqj{k.k] MkVk nks
,UVªh bR;kfn½
13- MkdZ :e ifjpkjd ,d
vk/kqfud fpfdRlk LVkWQ
14- fpfdRlk fo’ks"kK ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
15- 'kY; fo’ks"kK ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
16- izlwfr rFkk L=hjksx foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
17- fod`frfoKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
18- laKkgj.k foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 77
19- us= foKkuh ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
20- cky ¼jksx½ fpfdRld ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
21- fofdj.kfoKkuh ,d ¼lafonk ij ,yksiSfFkd fofdj.k foKku esa LukrdksRrj½
22- nar fpfdRlk ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
23- ,Dl&js rduhf’k;u @ fofdj.k fp=d ,d
24- HkkSfrd fpfdRld ,d va’kdkfyd vFkok lafonk ij
ckg~; jksxh foHkkx rFkk vUr% jksxh foHkkx gsrq oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~ ,oa fljkiqe:Fkqoe~ FkSjsih vuqHkkx ds fy, LVkWQ
25- oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~ ,oa fljkiqe:Fkqoe fo’ks"kK oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~ ,oa
fljkiqe:Fkqoe f’k{k.k foHkkx ds
f’k{kd
x`g vf/kdkjh vFkok uSnkfud jftLVªkj vFkok ofj"B ,d
26- vkoklh; fpfdRld ¼fl)½
27- oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~ ,oa fljkiqe:Fkqoe ifjpkfjdk,a nks ¼,d iq:"k ,oa ,d efgyk½ dze
la[;k 7 ij fufnZ"V ifjpkfjdkvksa
ds vfrfjDr
28- oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~ lgk;d nks iq:"k rFkk nks efgyk
29- ;ksx f’k{kd @ oeZe fo’ks"kK @ gM~Mh cSBkus okyk ,d ¼oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe~,oa
fljkIiqe:Fkqoe ls½
'kY;deZ d{k ,oa dkjkuwy fpfdRlk&foKku vuqHkkx dk LVkWQ
v:obZ e:Fkqoe~ ,oa dkjkuwy FkSjsih fo’ks"kK v:obZ Fkksyke:Fkqoe~ foHkkxksa ds
30- f’k{kd
'kY;deZ d{k ifjpkjd ,d
31-
ejge iV~Vh djus okyk ,d
32-
33- ifjpkfjdk ,d] ¼dze la[;k 7 ij fufnZ"V
ifjpkfjdkvksa ds vfrfjDr½A
izlo d{k
Lkwy] exkfyje:Fkqoe fo’ks"kK Lkwy] exkfyje:Fkqoe foHkkx ds
34- f’k{kd
feMokbQ ,d
35-
uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk
36- iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u nks
37- pijklh vFkok ifjpkjd ,d
f'k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk xq.krk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk
vkS"k/k’kkyk v/kh{kd xq.kkine~ foHkkx dk f’k{kd
38-
pijklh vFkok ifjpj ,d
39-
40- dkexkj 02
fo'ys"k.k jlk;uK ¼va’kdkfyd½ ,d ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr
41- miyC/k iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u½
42- Hks"kt vfHkKkuh ¼va’kdkfyd½ ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr miyC/k
iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u½
dqy% mi;ZqDr vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kdksa dks
3- lkB ’k¸;kvksa ds vLirky gsrq NksMdj vB~Bkou
4- lkS ’k¸;kvksa ds vLirky gsrq
mi;ZqDr vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kdksa dks
NksMdj cgRrj
fVIi.kh%
1- lkB ls vf/kd 'kS¸;kvksa okys fpfdRlky; gsrq vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] vkoklh; 'kY; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] lgk;d esVªu rFkk
Hks"ktK ds :i esa izR;sd ds fy, nks in/kkfj;ksa dh vfrfjDr vko’;drk gksxhA
2- fpfdRlky; esa lqj{kk] flfoy rFkk fo|qr] lQkbZ dk izcU/k] nSfud vkgkj rFkk dsUVhu] /kqykbZ&?kj rFkk vif’k"V HkLehdj.k rFkk Qasdus
;k u"V djus dh lqfo/kkvksa ds i;kZIr izko/kku gksaxsA
78 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

3- vfuok;Z M~;wVh LVkWQ rFkk lsok,a pkSchl ?kaVs miyC/k gksaxhA


4- xSj rduhfd LVkWQ tSls pijklh] ifjpj] lQkbZokyk] pksdhnkj] /kksch] ekyh ,oa jlksbZ;k bR;kfn dh lsok,a cfg%L=ksru }kjk izkIr dh tk
ldrh gSA
5- l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] mi;ZqDr fpfdRlky; LVkWQ dh de ls de 80 izfr’kr dh vko’;drk gksxhA
vuqlwph&V

¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 8] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½


fl) dkWyst f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- f’k{k.k foHkkx f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh vko’;drk
¼1½ 60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd
¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk
(1) fl) e:Fkqok 1 vFkok 1 1 fl) $ 1 rkfet @ 1 1 1 fl) $ 1 rkfet @ 1
ewykFkkFkqoe~ 1 vaxzsth vaxzsth
(2) mny dq:xy 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
¼,suVksfe½
(3) mny FkkFkqoe 1 vFkok 1 1 fl) $ 1 1 1 1 fl) $ 2 ck;ksdSfeLV
ck;ksdSfeLV
(4) Xkq.kkine~& e:Fkq;ky 1 vFkok 1 1 fl) $ 1 cksVfuLV 1 1 1
@ QkjekdksyksflLV
(5) xq.kkine~ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 2
e:uFkkdfo;ky
(6) uksbZ ukny ,oa ukbZ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
eq/kky ukny
(7) lRre lkjaFkk 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
e:Fkqoee~ uatw
e:Fkqoee~
(8) Lwy ,oa exkyhj 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
e:Fkqoe~
(9) e:Fkqoe~ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(10) v:obZ] e:Fkqoe~ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(11) Dq>aFkbZ e:Fkqoe~ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1

(12) oeZe] fljkIiwe:Fkwoe~ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 2


¼oeZe ,oa Lis’ky
esfMflu½
(13) uksbZ vuwxk fof/k 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
13 15 13 13 19
dqy 28 45

fVIi.kh%
I. mDr ds vfrfjDr vuqlwph &IV ¼dze la[;k 14 ls 22½ ij fufnZ"V ojek] iqjke:Fkoe~ foHkkx esa ,d f’k{kd] vuqla/kku esFkksMksykWth
,oa fpfdRlk&lkaf[;dh; ds f’k{k.k gsrq ,d tSo&lkaf[;dhfon rFkk vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds vkB ijke’kZnkrk f’k{k.k gsrq va’kdkfyd vk/kkj
ij fofu;ksftr fd;s tk;saxsA

II. v’kadkfyd f’k{kdks dh vko’;drk fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr gsrq mi;ZqDr fcUnq I esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr U;wure
dksbZ ikap gksxhA

III. lkB rd dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdks dh deh izR;sd rsjg foHkkxkas esa U;wure ,d f’k{kd dh miyC/krk lfgr dqy vko’;drk ds nl
izfr’kr ls vf/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;k U;wure nl foHkkxks esa forfjr nl v/;kidksa vFkok izokpdksa ls de ugha
gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & lkB rd dh izos’k {kerk
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 79
j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure lrkbZl ladk; j[kus gksaxs] ftues ls U;wure X;kjg foHkkxks ls U;wure ckjg izk/;kid vFkok
izokpd gkssaxsA

IV. bDlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdks dh deh rsjg foHkkxks esa U;wure ,d mPp ladk; rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh miyC/krk lfgr
dqy f’k{kdks ds chl izfr’kr rFkk dqy vko’drk ds nl izfr’kr lss vf/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;k lrjg ls de ugha
gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & bDlB ls lkS lhVksa dh izos’k
{kerk j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure pkyhl ladk; j[kus gksaxs] ftues ls lHkh rsjg foHkkxks esa U;wure lrjg izk/;kid
vFkok izokpd gkssaxsA

V. foHkkx esa tgkW dgha vfrfjDr iz/;kid vFkok izokpd miyC/k gS] vfrfjDr iz/;kidks ij izokpd vFkok O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq
fopkj fd;k tk,xk rFkk vfrfjDr izokpd ij O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq fopkj fd;k tk,xkA mnkgj.k&Lo:i & bDlB ls lkS
Lukrdh; lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk okys egkfo|ky;ksa esa] mMy dq:xy foHkkx esa ,d izk/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh
vko’;drk gsrq ;fn ogka rhu izk/;kid vFkok ,d izk/;kid rFkk nks izokpd vFkok ,d izk/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;krk gS]
rks egkfo|ky; bl foHkkx esa ladk; dh vko’;drk dh iwrhZ dj jgk gS rFkk bl foHkkx esa ladk; dh dksbZ deh ugha gSA

vuqlwph&VI
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 8] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
vk;qosfnZd dkWyst ds rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- foHkkx in vko’;drk
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1. iqLrdky; iqLrdky;k/;{k ,d
lgk;d iqLrdky;k/;{k ,d
iqLrdky; ifjpj vFkok pijklh ,d
2 dkW y st dk;kZ y ; iz'kklfud ,oa ys[ kk lso kvksa gsrq fyfidh; LVkWQ pkj
3. fl) e:Fkqok ewykFkkFkqoe~ ¼QkekZD;wfVdYl½ ifjpj ,d
4. xq.kkine~& e:uFkkdfo;ky ¼QkekZD;wfVdYl½ iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d ,d
ifjpj ,d
5. mny dq:xy iz; ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d ,d
ifjpj&de laxzgky;iky ,d
6. xq.kkine~ FkkFkqoe iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
ifjpj & de laxzgky;iky ,d
7. xq.kkine~ e:Fkq;ky iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d ,d
8. uks b Z unky ,oa uks b Z eq / ky unky iz; ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u ,d
ifjpj ,d
9 LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx laxzgky;iky ,d
ifjpj ,d
10 lRre lkjaFkk e:Fkq oe~ ,oa uatw e:Fkqoe~
ifjpj & de laxzgky;iky ,d
11 Ek:Fkqoe~
12. oeZe ,oa fljkIiwe:Fkwoe~
13. lwy] exkfyj e:Fkwoe~
14. dq>aFkbZ e:Fkqoe~ ifjpj & de laxzgky;iky nks
15. v:obZ] Fkksy e:Fkqoe~
16. oukS"kf/k m|ku ekyh ,d
cgq&mn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ nks
dqy 28
fVIi.kh%& ¼lQkbZ deZpkjh] ifjpj] fy¶Vj] iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d] MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj¼MhbZvks½] cgqmn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ vuqca/k ds vk/kkj ij gks ldrk
gS½
fVIi.kh% l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] miZ;qDr ds U;wure vLlh izfr’kr rduhdh rFkk vU; LVWQ dh vko’;drk gksxhA
80 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

vuqlwph&VII
[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 rFkk fofu;e 11 nsa[ksa]
¼d½ xq.kine~& ek:Fkq;ky iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- vfuok;Z midj.k ,oa ;a= lkB Nk=ksa dh bdlB ls lkS
izos’k {kerk rd rd Nk=ksa dh
izos’k {kerk
{kerk
vfuok;Z
1- QhYM eSfXuQk;j ,d ,d
2- dEikmUM ekbdzksLdksi ,d ,d
3- fMlSfDVax ekbdzksLdksi ,d ,d
4- ekbdzksLdksi ianzg iPphl
5- bySfDVªksfuDl cSysUl ,d nks
fofo/k
1- doj fLyIl lfgr LykbM ckWDl oxhZd`r
2- CyksfVax@fQYVj isij oxhZd`r
3- fMlsD’ku ckWDl oxhZd`r
4- busey Vªst+ oxhZd`r
¼[k½ ’ko foPNsnu d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- ;a= ,oa midj.k lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
rd
vfuok;Z
1- 2&4 Óo j[kus gsrq VSad oxhZd`r
2- cksu ,oa czsu ds fy, lsD’kfuax e’khu oxhZd`r
3- fMlsd~’ku lsVl ianzg lsVl iPphl lsVl
4- fMlsd~’ku Vscy
d½ Qqy lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk vFkok ekcZy Pkkj N%
Vki LVsuysl
[k½ gkQ lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk vFkok ekcZy vkB nl
Vki Lvsuysl
lkekU;
5- ,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl vFkok iSuy rhu rhu
fofo/k
6- cksu dVj ua- 3@4] 1@2] 1@4] 1@8&QkbZu oxhZd`r
IokabZfVM psty cksu fMlsDVj
7- ckYVh vkSj ex oxhZd`r
8- Xyol ikmMj oxhZd`r
9- lftZdy xyol oxhZd`r
10- lftZdy CysM oxhZd`r
11- Lkcqu oxhZd`r
12- fMLikslscy flfjat & 20 lhlh] 10 lhlh] 5 oxhZd`r
lhlh
13- RkkSfy;k oxhZd`r
14- dwMknku oxhZd`r
15- QfuZpj vkSj vU; midj.k oxhZd`r
16- OkkW’k cslu oxhZd`r
17- laj{k.k gsrq jlk;u oxhZd`r
18- fofHkUu eki ds dkap ds tkj oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 81
¼x½ fdz;k ¼mny FkkFkqoe~½ iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh
{kerk rd izos’k {kerk {kerk
vfuok;Z
1- vkW;y belZu lfgr ekbdzksLdksi rhl ipkl
2- oSLVjxzsu fiisV lkB lkS
3- fgesVksfdzbV V~~;wc lkB lkS
4- lkfgYl fgeksXyksfcu feVj lkB lkS
5- fgekslkbVks feVj lkB lkS
6- LVsFkksLdksi lkB lkS
7- fDfyfudy FkeksZfeVj lkB lkS
8- Ukh gSej lkB lkS
9- V~fuax QksdZl lkB lkS
10- bySDVªksdkjfM;ksxzkQ
11- LVkWi okWpl lkB lkS
12- okWVj fMLVhy’ku LVhy ,d ,d
13- cSysUl ,d ,d
14- lsaVª¶;wt LihM daVªksy ds lkFk ,d ,d
15- dksyksfjfeVj ¼QksVksbySDVªd½ ,d ,d
16- Ikh ,p feVj ¼bySDVªd½ ,d ,d
17- Ikh ,p deiSjsVj ohn fMLd ,d ,d
18- LVjykbtj ,d ,d
19- Ckh ih ,iSjsVl lkB lkS
20- Oksabx e’khu ,d ,d
21- Ikhd¶yks ,d ,d
lkekU; ;a=
22- jsQzhtjsVj ,d ,d
23- U;wVUl dyj Oghy ,d cSp esa ,d ,d
fofo/k
24- doj Lyhi] Xyklos;j] ekbdzks LykbMl ¼oxhZd`r½ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
25- fj,tsal oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
26- VkWpZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
27- esstfjax Vsi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r

¼?k½ xq.kine~ & ek:aFkkdfo;y ¼QkekZD;wfVdYl½ iz;ksx’kkyk ¼v/;kiu iz;ksx’kkyk½ ds fy, midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh
{kerk rd izos’k {kerk {kerk

vfuok;Z
1- [kYo ;a=
¼d½ NksVk nl chl
¼[k½ e/;e nl chl
¼x½ ikslsZysu nl chl
¼?k½ RkIr [kYo ;a= nks pkj
2- ;a=

d½ Fkqyk ;a= ,d ,d

½ okyqdk ;a= ,d ,d

3- fMfLVys’ku ,izsVl rhu N%


4- iqne~ ¼fofHkUu izdkj ds½ Ikkap nl
82 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

5- ew"kk ¼dzwflcYl½ Rkhl ipkl


6- ikmfMax ,izsVl nl nl

7- Fkzq:Fkh cyksoj lfgr nks pkj

lkekU;
8- ghfVax fMokbt
¼d½ xSl LVkso oxhZd`r
¼[k½ gkWV IysV oxhZd`r

¼x½ pwYgk ¼pkjdksy½ oxhZd`r


9- rqyk ¼fofHkUUk {kerk½
d½ fQftdy ,d ,d
½ dsfedy ,d ,d
x½ bysDVªksfud csysal ,d ,d
10- cM+s ik= ,oa /kkjd

¼d½ ihry oxhZd`r

¼[k½ rkez oxhZd`r

¼x½ LVhy bR;kfn oxhZd`r


11- jsQzhtjsVj ,d ,d
12- osV xzkabMj ,d ,d
13- feDlh ,d ,d
14- twl ,DlVªsDVj ,d ,d
15- ikbjksfeVj oxhZd`r
16- FkekZfeVj oxhZd`r
17- izs'kj dwdj oxhZd`r
18- vFkZu oSlsy oxhZd`r
19- fofHkUUk eki ¼ dkap ½ ds ekid midj.k oxhZd`r
fofo/k

20- Lkbol ¼ oxhZd`r la[;k ,oa izkdj½ oxhZd`r


21- Tkkj ¼iksjlsySu½ QjeuVs’ku ds mn~ns’; ls oxhZd`r
22- ik= oxhZd`r
¼d½ Qzkbax isu oxhZd`r
¼[k½ LVhy osly oxhZd`r
¼x½ LiSVqyk oxhZd`r
¼?k½ ySMYl ,oa LiwUl oxhZd`r
¼M+½ ukbQ oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 83
¼p½ IysVl oxhZd`r
23- busey Vsª oxhZd`r
24- LihfjV ySEi oxhZd`r
25- vyekjh vkSj jSDl HkaMkj.k gsrq oxhZd`r
¼M-½ uksbZ unky ¼iSFkksyksth½ iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k lkB Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk rd bdlB ls lkS rd Nk=ksa dh izos’k
{kerk
vfuok;Z
1. ckbuksD;wyj ekbdzksLdksi ianzg iPphl
2. vkW;y belZu lfgr ekbdzksLdksi iang iPphl
3. vkW;y belZu ysal 20 ¼bZ½ lfgr Eksuksdqyj ianzg iPphl
ekbdzksLdksi
4. ,Dl js O;w ckDl ,d ,d
5. Lkkgyh dh LDos;j V~;wc rhl ipkl
6. ,p-ch- fiisV rhl ipkl
7. MCY;w-ch-lh- fiisV rhl ipkl
8. MªkWij rhl ipkl
9. jSM lsy fiisV rhl ipkl
10. bEizwOM U;ksckj pSEcj rhl ipkl
11. bUD;wcsVj ,d nks
12. foUVªksc V~;wc rhl ipkl
13. ikLpj fiisV rhl ipkl
14. lSfUVª¶;wt xzstq,VsM e’khu ,d nks
15. oSLVjxzsu fiisV rhl ipkl
16. oSLVjxzsu LVS.M rhl ipkl
17. ;wfjuksehVj rhl ipkl
18. vkVksDyso ,d ,d
19. vYVªkok;ysV ySEi ,d ,d
20. lSy dkmUVj ¼gheksvksVks,ukykbtj½ ,d ,d
21. ch-ih- ,izsVl rhl ipkl
22. LVsFkLdkWi rhl ipkl
23. FkekZehVj rhl ipkl
24. Vax fMizSlj rhl ipkl
25. LVkWi okp rhl ipkl
lkekU;
26. fQftdy cSysUl ,d ,d
27. gkWV ,;j vksou ,d ,d
28. Ckqulu cuZj rhl ipkl
29. jsfQztjsVj ,d ,d
fofo/k
30. uewus ,d= djus gsrq LVsjkby oSly@ cksry oxhZd`r
31. VkpZZ oxhZd`r
32. uh gsej oxhZd`r
33. ekid Qhrk oxhZd`r
34. bZ-,u-Vh- ,Xtkfeus’ku lSV oxhZd`r
35. fjQySDVj ¼fejj½ oxhZd`r
36. osbax e’khu ,d ,d
37. V~;wfuax QkdZ oxhZd`r
38. usty LisD;qye oxhZd`r
84 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

39. ysfjatksLdksi oxhZd`r


40. dSFksVlZ oxhZd`r
41. izksCl oxhZd`r
42. ,pch,l ,-th- fdV oxhZd`r
43. ,pvkbZoh fdV&VªkbZMksV ¼Vh fe=k ds rjhds ls½ oxhZd`r
44. lhVh ,oe~ ch-Vh-fdV oxhZd`r
45. jhuy izksQkby] ,y,QVh fdV] fyfiM izksQkby] CyM ’kqxj oxhZd`r
fdV
46. LVsjkby fMLikslscy ySUlj@fufMy oxhZd`r
47. Xykl jksM oxhZd`r
48. flfjat uhfMy MsLVªks;j oxhZd`r
49. doj fLyi oxhZd`r
50. lkQ LykbM oxhZd`r
51. fyVel isij oxhZd`r
52. ih,p bfUMdsVj isij fLVªIl oxhZd`r
53. VsLV V~;wc oxhZd`r
54. fofHkUu ekiksa dh i`Fkd djus gsrq Quy oxhZd`r
55. fofHkUu eki ds <Ddu lfgr dkap ds tkj oxhZd`r
56. dSfiyjh V~;wc oxhZd`r
57. jcj 'khV oxhZd`r
58. eSXuhQkbax ySal oxhZd`r
59. okWVj ckFk oxhZd`r
60. eYVh fLVDl oxhZd`r

¼p½ izlo d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;U=ksa dk fooj.k


dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k visf{kr ek=k
1- 'kSMksysl ySEi ,d
2- lD’ku e’khu ¼fu;ksusVy½ ,d
3- vkWDlhtu flfyMaj ,oa ekLd ,d
4- QhVy Vksdks dkfMZ;ksxzkQ ,d
5- jsfM,UV okeZj ,d
6- QksVks FkSjsih ;wfuV ,d
7- osbax e’khu ¼cPpksa dh½ ,d
8- jksxh gsrq VªkWyh ,d
9- ,ufLFkhfl;k VªkWyh ,d
10- ,UQsUVksehVj ,d
11- oSD;we ,DlVªSDVj ,d
12- QhVy MkWiyj ,d
13- ykW dSfoVh QkjlsIl nks
14- LVjykbtj nks
15- e’khuksVksl jcj 'khV oxhZd`r
16- yscj ,oa bfifl;ksVkseh ds fy, midj.k oxhZd`r
¼lhtj] QksjlsIl] uhMy gksYMj bR;kfn½
17- csch Vªs nks
18- fucwykbtj ,d
19- QhVksLdksi ikap
20- vkWVks Dyso ,d
21- Mªe oxhZd`r
22- bUlVªwesaVy VªkWyh oxhZd`r
23- vkWijs’ku Vsfcy flj mBkus o flj uhps djus dh lqfo/kk ,d
lfgr
24- iYl vkWDlhehVj ,d
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 85
25- fjlDlhflVs’ku fdV ,d
26- ckW;yl ,izsVl ,d
27- bySDVªksdkWVjh ,d
28- ,eVhih lDlu e’khu ,d
29- ,uLFkhfl;k fdV ,d
30- CyUV ,.M 'kkiZ D;wjsVj nl
31- Mk;ysVj lSV ¼gSaxj ,.M gkWfdUl½ ikap
32- flEl LiSdqye ikap
33- flLdkst LiSdqye ikap
34- ,UVhfj;j oStkbuy oky fjVªsDVj ikap
35- ;wVjkbu lkmUM ikap
36- okylSye ikap
37- ,eVhih lDlu D;wjsV ikap
38- fjVªSDVlZ ,CMksfeuy ¼Mksbu bR;kfn½ ikap
39- Liat gkfYMax QksjlsIl ikap
40- xzhu vehZVst QkjlsIl ikap
41- ;wVsjl gksfYMax QkjlsIl ikap
42- dksplZ QkWjlsIl ikap
43- vkjVªh QkWjlsIl ¼yksax] 'kkWVZ] ekLD;wVks½ izR;sd ikap
44- fofHkUu vkdkj dh dSaph ikap
45- QkjlsIl vkCLVªsfVd ikap
46- ,UMksVsªfd;y V~;wc ikap
47- dkWMZ dkVus dk midj.k ikap
48- vkbZ;wlhMh fjewfoax gqd ikap
49- CySMj lkmUM ikap
50- chih ,izSVl nks

fofo/k
51- vkikrdkyhu jksxh ds fy, ,p vkbZ oh fdV oxhZd`r
52- Iysu ,oe~ gksy VkWoy oxhZd`r
53- VkWoy fDyIl oxhZd`r
54- dVxV~l ,oe~ FkzsM oxhZd`r
55- uhfMy oxhZd`r
56- uhfMy gksYMlZ oxhZd`r

¼N½ 'kY;deZ d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k


dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= visf{kr ek=k

vfuok;Z
1. LiWkV ykbV ¼’kSMksySl flfyax fQVsM½ ,d
2. uhfMy gksfYMax QkjlSIl ¼cM+h&NksVh&e/;e ½ pkj izR;sd
3. oxhZd`r vkdkj ds MªSflax Mªe nks izR;sd
4. Mªe LVS.M nks izR;sd
5. vkbZ-oh- LVS.M nks
6. lh/kh dSaph ¼Vsyj½ pkj
7. fofHkUu lkbZt dh doZM lhtj ikap izR;sd
8. fLVp fjewoYk lhtlZ ikap izR;sd
9. ikbUVsM lhtlZ pkj
10. fMlSD’ku QkWjlSIl pkj
11. Lkkbul QkWjlSIl pkj
12. fLVp fufMy chl
86 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

13. izksCl ,lksfVZM lkbZt ikap izR;sd


14. vkVZjh QkWjlsIl ¼fcx] LekWy] fefM;e½ pkj
15. cSju ikbYl xu nks
16. vkWVksDyso ,d
17. vkWijs’ku Vscy ,d
18. izksDVks Ldksi fofHkUUk izkdj ds nks
19. xScfj;y flfjat ,d
20. usty LiSdqye Pkkj
21. bvj LiSdqye pkj
22. vkbZ okW’k Xykl nl
23. vksjy flfjat oxhZd`r
24. dkjkuwy& esMhdsVsM /kkxk oxhZd`r
25. lykxkbZ nl
26. bySDVªd LVjykbtj nks
27. oSiksykbtj ,d
28. fucwykbtj nks
lkekU;
29- bejtsaUlh ikoj csd vi lqfo/kk oxhZd`r

30. bejtsaUlh ykbV pkj

31. Qk;j ,DlfVafXo’kj nks


32. ch-ih-,izsVsl nks
33. jSfÝtjsVj ,d
34. ,Dl&js O;w ckWDl¼ Mcy½ nks
35. fjokfYoax LVwy N%
36. oVhZdy ch-ih- baLVªwesaV ,d
37. jcj dsFksV~lZ oxhZd`r

fofo/k
38. fofHkUu vkdkj ds lwpfjax uhfMy ¼LVsªV@doZM½ oxhZd`r
39. lftZdy FkzSM oxhZd`r
40. fofHkUu vkdkj ds ch ih-gsUM+y oxhZd`r
41. fufMy gksYMj oxhZd`r
42. dhMuh Vs ª oxhZd`r
43. fofHkUUk izdkj ds lftZdy CysM oxhZd`r
¼t½ cfgjax :X.k foHkkx esa vko';d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- cfgjax :X.k vko’;d ek=k
foHkkx dk uke Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ds ekudksa ds vuqlkj vko’;d oLrq,a
1- Ekk:Fkwoe~ ¼esfMflu½ vfuok;Z
,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl ,d
Ckh-ih- ,iszVl nks
LVsFkksLdksi pkj
osV ,.M gkbV estfjax LVSaM ,d
,Xtkfeus’ku Vscy ,d
FkekZehVj nks
Vax fMizslj nl
estfjax Vsi nks
VkpZ ,d
uh gsej nks
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 87
2- oeZe] iqjkek:Fkqoe~ vkSj vfuok;Z
fljkIiwek:Fkwoe~ ¼oeZe FkSjsih] ,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl ,d
,DVZuy FkSjsih vkSj Lis’ky ch-ih- ,iszVl nks
esMhflu½ LVsFkksLdksi pkj
,Xtkfeus’ku Vscy ,d
FkekZehVj nks
Vax fMizslj nl
VkpZ ,d
estfjax Vsi nks
osV ,.M gkbV estfjax LVSaM ,d
uh gsej nks
3- v:obZ] Fkksy e:Fkqoe~] vfuok;Z
¼ltZjh] MjeSVksyksth½ LVsFkksLdksi pkj
,Xtkfeus’ku Vsfcy ,d
,uksjSDVy ,Xtkfeus’ku ds fy, midj.k nks lsVl
ch-ih- ,iszVl nks
,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl ,d
phVyhl Qksjlsi pkj
VkpZ ,d
lkekU;
Ekkbuj vks Vh oxhZd`r
fofo/k
lftZdy CysMl oxhZd`r
4- lwy] exkyhj ek:Fkwoe~ vfuok;Z
¼vksClVsVªhDl vkSj osbax e’khu ,d
xkbusdksyksth½ ySEi LVS.M ,d
flEl LiSD;wye nks
dLdksl LiSD;wye nks
VkpZ nks
,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl ,d
ch-ih- ,iszVl nks
LVsFkksLdksi pkj
,Xtkfeus’ku Vscy ,d
estfjax Vsi nks
5- dq>aFkbZ ek:Fkwoe~ vfuok;Z
¼fifM;kfVªDl½ Ldsy ¼csch osbax½ ,d
VkpZ nks
,Dl&js O;w ckDl ,d
FkekZehVj pkj
fifM,fVªd dQ lfgr ch-ih- ,iszVl nks
LVsFkksLdksi Pkkj
,Xtkfeus’ku Vscy ,d
Ldsy ÅapkbZ ekius gsrq ,d
6- volkjk e:Fkwoe~ miyC/k lqfo/kk,a ¼midj.k] ;a=] QuhZpj bR;kfn½ oxhZd`r
¼dStwvYVh½
d-uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
[ foKkiu III/4/vlk-@290(124)]
fVIi.kh% vxzsath ,oa fgUnh fofu;e esa dksbZ folaxfr ik;h tkrh gS] rks vxzsath fofu;e uker% Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~
¼Lukrdh; fl) egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure ekud dh vko’;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 dks
vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA
88 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016.

No.18-12/2016-Siddha (M.S.R.) -In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (j) of section 36 of the Indian
Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), and in supersession of the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Minimum Standard Requirements of Siddha Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2013, except as respects
things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous
sanction of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations, to regulate the requirement of colleges for
education in Siddha system of medicine, namely:-

1. Short title and commencement.-(1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Siddha Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definition.- (1) In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,-


(a) “Act” means the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970);
(b) “college” means an Under-graduate Siddha College or Institute;
(c) “attached hospital” means a teaching Siddha hospital attached to the college;
(d) “Central Council” means the Central Council of Indian Medicine.
(2) The words and expression used herein and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the respective meanings
assigned to them in the Act.

3. Requirements of Minimum standard to grant of permission.- (1) (a) The Siddha colleges established under
section 13A and existing under section 13C of the said Act and their attached hospitals shall fulfill the requirements of
minimum standard for infrastructure and teaching and training facilities referred to in the regulations 4 to 11 upto the 31st
December of every year for consideration of grant of permissions for undertaking admissions in the coming academic
session;

(b) the Central Council shall visit the college suo moto three months before the expiry of permission;

(c) the proforma of visit as prescribed by the Central Council on its website shall be filled online by the colleges and
visitors respectively followed by submission of a hard copy of the same as per visitors guidelines issued by
Central Council from time to time;

(d) the videography and photography of staff and infrastructure during the visit shall be made by the visitors and
submitted along with detailed report and observations to the Central Council;

(e) after submission of online detailed report and observations by the visitors to the Central Council, the Central
Council shall submit its recommendation along with detailed report to the Central Government within a period
of one month from the submission of report by the visitors;

(f) the Central Council shall certify that teaching faculty present in the college is not working at any other place;

(g) the position prevailed on the date of visit to assess the fulfilment of requirements as specified in these regulations
except sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7 shall be taken into consideration for grant of conditional permission or
permission for a period of five years to the colleges.

(2) Requirements of Minimum Standard to grant of permission for a period of five years- (a) After fulfilment of
the requirement as per these regulations by the college, the permission shall be granted to undertake admissions for a
period of five years. The college shall be randomly inspected within the said period on receipt of any complaint; or if
from online Bio-metric attendance it is found that teaching, non-teaching staff, hospital staff not present regularly, or
hospital is not properly functional, or otherwise as required by the Central Government or by the Central Council;
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(b) any deficiencies arising within the said period shall be fulfilled by the college within hundred-fifty days under
intimation to the Central Council otherwise the permission for a period of five years deemed to be withdrawn;

(c) colleges which were permitted for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session 2014-15 to 2018-
19 and 2015-16 to 2019-20 shall be maintain the requirements as specified under the regulations 4 to 11
otherwise the permission for a period of five years deemed to be withdrawn.

(3) Requirements of Minimum Standard to grant of conditional permission of one year.- (a) The conditional
permission of one year for particular academic session shall be granted only to those colleges which are fulfilling
following requirements on the basis of the inspection by the Central Council between the 31st December to the 31st
March for the succeeding academic session:
(i) the requirement of teachers as specified in the Schedule-V;
(ii) the requirement of teaching hospital as specified under sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(iii) availability of minimum seventy-five percent. of required equipment as specified in the Schedule-VII;
(iv) availability of herbal garden as specified in the Schedule-III;
(v) availability of hospital staff as specified in the Schedule-IV,
(vi) availability of technical and other staff as specified in the Schedule-VI;
(vii) availability of college council as specified at sub-regulation (1) of regulation 9;
(viii) availability of college website as specified in sub-regulation (2) of regulation 9;
(ix) availability of biometric attendance as specified in sub-regulation (3) of regulation 9; and
(x) availability of minimum constructed area of college and hospital as specified in regulation 5.

(b) the colleges, which have been granted conditional permission or which have been denied permission for the
academic session 2015-16 shall be required to fulfill the requirements as specified above in clause (a) to obtain
the conditional permission of one year for particular academic session or for a period of five years as specified
in the regulations 4 to 11.

4. Requirement of Land.- (1) The total build up area required for adequate infrastructure including medical college,
hospital and other infrastructure required under these regulations, is made available in a single piece of land, not less than
three acres, for an intake capacity up to sixty seats.
(2) For intake capacity from sixty-one to hundred seats, the land shall not be less than five acres and in not more than
two plots at a distance not exceeding two kilometers, and the plot, if separated by a road or canal or rivulet but
connected with a bridge, shall be treated as one piece of land.

(3) The total constructed area shall be based upon the permissible Floor Area Ratio or Floor Space Index allowed by
the authority concerned or local laws or rules.

(4) For permission of the Central Government, a certificate from the local municipal authority certifying or approving
the construction plan of the proposed buildings having the required construction area as per the Schedule-I and the
Schedule-II which shall be accommodated in the piece of land, must be provided at the time of applying.

(5) The land shall be owned by the college or possessed on lease, in the name of the college, for a period not less than
ninety-nine years or the maximum permissible period as per rules or regulations of the respective State Government
or Union territory and the renewal of permission shall, however, be required on expiry of lease.

(6) The requirement of the size and possession of the land is not applicable for the colleges established prior to the
7thNovember, 2003, but at the end of the current lease period, such colleges shall either own the land or get it on the
lease for a period not less than ninety-nine years or the maximum permissible period as per rules or regulations of
the respective State Government or Union territory.

5. Requirement of minimum constructed area.- (1) The college and attached hospital shall have the constructed area
of two thousand square meter each for intake capacity up to sixty seats.

(2) The college and attached hospital which have intake capacity of sixty-one to hundred seats shall have the
constructed area of four thousand and three thousand and five hundred square meters, respectively.

(3) The college and hospital shall be constructed in separate buildings as per the details specified in the Schedule-I and
the Schedule-II and the requirement of separate college and hospital buildings shall be applicable only to the
colleges established after the 19th February, 2013.
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(4) The college shall also maintain other infrastructural requirements such as sufficient accommodation for college and
hospital staff, outdoor and indoor games facility, civil and electrical services and workshop and adequate parking
space within the campus of college and hospital.

(5) The herbal garden shall have the minimum area as prescribed in the Schedule-III.

6. Admission Capacity.- The annual intake capacity of the colleges shall be in the slabs of sixty and hundred. The
colleges having intake capacity of less than sixty or sixty-one to hundred seats, shall comply the requirements for sixty or
hundred seats respectively, as specified in Schedules-I to VII.

7. Requirements of teaching Hospital.- (1) The teaching hospital shall fulfill all the statutory requirements of the
concerned State or Union territory or local authority to establish and run the hospital and shall submit the updated
certified copies of such permission(s) or clearance(s) to the Central Government and the Central Council. The concerned
State Government or Union territory shall issue the No Objection Certificate to such applicant colleges after verifying the
availability of such permission(s) or clearance(s).

(2) Requirement of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance: The ratio of students with
number of beds, In-Patient Department bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance shall be 1:1, forty
per cent. and 1:2 respectively, as given in Table below and the distance between two beds in general ward shall not
be less than one and a half meter.
Table

Intake capacity per Minimum number of Minimum per day average Minimum per day average
year beds in In-Patient number of patients in In- number of patients in Out-
Department on the Patient Department during Patient Department during last
1:1 student-bed ratio last one calendar year (365 one calendar year (300 days)
days) (40% bed occupancy) (1:2 student-patient ratio)
Upto sixty students 60 beds 24 120
Sixty-one to hundred 100 beds 40 200
students

To calculate the number of beds occupied, the college shall maintain the date and time of admission and discharge
of each patient. The bed occupied by a patient at mid-night, shall be counted as one bed day occupied and if a
patient is discharged before mid-night that shall be counted as 0.5 bed day occupied. To calculate bed occupancy
following formula shall be applicable-
Number of bed days occupied X100
Number of beds X Number of days

(3) Maintenance of record of attendance of Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department patients: (i) The
College and hospital shall maintain the web based computerized central registration system for maintaining the
records of patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department. The college shall also maintain the
Department-wise Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department records, case papers of Out-Patient
Department and In-Patient Department patients, laboratory and radiological investigation reports, medicines
dispensing register, diet register for In-Patient Department patients, duty roster of hospital staff, birth and death
certificates etc. so as to substantiate the claim of genuine functional Siddha hospital fulfilling the norms as specified
in the sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7.

(ii) For conditional permission, the College and hospital shall maintain the computerized central registration system
for maintaining the records of patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department, the college shall
also maintain the Department-wise Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department records to substantiate
the claim of genuine functional Siddha hospital fulfilling the norms as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of
regulation 7 and the computerized central registration system shall be web based from the 1st December, 2016.
Colleges which were permitted for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session 2014-15 and
2015-16 shall be required to maintain web based computerized central registration system from the 1st
December, 2016.

(4) Space requirement: The hospital shall accommodate Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department and wards
in addition to reception, patient’s waiting area, dispensing room, dressing room, clinical laboratory, radiology
section, hospital side pharmacy, kitchen, service rooms, medical record-room, Karanool therapy section, operation
theatre, labour room, store rooms, separate wards for male and female, duty rooms for Doctors, Nurses and other
staff etc. required for a fully functional hospital, and the specification of built-up area in the attached hospital shall
be as per the Schedule-I.
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(5) Out-Patient Department: The hospital shall have minimum six following Out-Patient Departments, namely:-
(i) Maruthuvam (Medicine);
(ii) Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Sirappumaruthuvam (Varmam Therapy, External Therapy and Special
Medicine);
(iii) Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam (Obstetrics and Gynaecology);
(iv) Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam (Surgery and Dermatology);
(v) Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam (Peadiatrics); and
(vi) Avasara Maruthuvam (Casualty).

(6) In-Patient Department: The In-Patient Department of the hospital shall have separate male and female wards and
distribution of beds shall be as under –

In-Patient Departments Distribution 60 beds 100 beds


Maruthuvam (Medicine) and 50 %beds 30 50
Varmam, Pura Maruthuvam and Sirappu Maruthuvam (Varmam
Therapy, External Therapy and Special Medicine)

Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) and 25 %beds 15 25


Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam (Peadiatrics)
Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam (Surgery and Dermatology) 25 %beds 15 25

(7) Noi Naadal, Sattam Saarntha Maruthuvamum, Nanju Maruthuvamum Laboratories (Clinical Laboratory
for clinical diagnosis and investigations): There shall be a clinical laboratory in the hospital complex with
infrastructure and manpower as specified in the Schedule I, the Schedule II, the Schedule-IV, the Schedule-V and
the Schedule-VII for carrying out routine, pathological, biochemical and hematological investigations and Siddha
diagnostic techniques on the patients referred from Out-Patient and In-Patient Departments of the hospital.

(8) Hospital Staff: The minimum staff required for hospital shall be as specified in the Schedule-IV.

8. Requirements of College.- (1) (a) Teaching Staff: There shall be minimum thirty full time teachers and forty-five
full time teachers appointed on regular basis for admissions of up to sixty students and sixty-one to hundred students
respectively with the addition of ten part time teachers (eight teachers of Modern Medicine, one Yoga teacher and one
Bio statistician) for each slab as specified in the Schedule-V, the teacher fulfilling the eligibility norms of the related
teaching post or subject teacher shall be appointed on deputation or contractual basis.

(b) Age of superannuation of teachers: The age of superannuation of teachers shall be as per the order of Central
Government or State Government or University Grant Commission. The retired teachers, fulfilling the eligibility
norms of teachers may be re-employed up to the age of sixty-five years as full time teacher.

(c) The detail of every teacher such as academic qualification, total teaching experience along with name of previous
institutions, date of joining shall be at the website of college.

(d) The list of all teachers with complete detail such as Code allotted by the Central Council, academic qualification,
total teaching experience along with name of previous institutions and present institute, shall be displayed at the
website of the Central Council.

(2) Requirement of technical and other staff: Technical and other staff in various units and departments of the
college shall be as per the details given in the Schedule-VI.

9. Miscellaneous requirements.- (1) College Council: (a) Every medical college or medical institution shall have a
College Council comprising of the Head of departments as members and Principal or Dean as Chairperson;
(b) the College Council shall meet minimum four times in a year to draw up the details of curriculum and training
programme, enforcement of discipline and other academic matters; and
(c) the College Council shall also organise interdepartmental meetings like grand rounds, statistical meetings and
clinical meetings including periodical research review in the Institution regularly.

(2) College Website: Each and every college or institute shall have its own website, wherein the following details
updated in the first week of every month shall be provided-
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(a) details of Director or Dean or Principal and Medical Superintendent including their name, age, registration
number, qualification, date of joining, complete address with telephone or mobile numbers and State Trunk
Dialing code, fax and E-mail etc.;
(b) details of teaching staff along with their photograph, registration number, date of birth, qualification, experience,
Department etc.;
(c) details of non-teaching staff of college and hospital staff along with their department;
(d) details of the sanctioned intake capacity of various courses under graduate as well as post graduate;
(e) list of students admitted, merit-wise, category-wise for the current and previous year;
(f) any research publications during the last one year;
(g) details of any Continuous Medical Education (CME) programmes, conferences and/or any academic activities
conducted by the institution;
(h) details of any awards and achievement received by the students or faculty;
(i) details of the affiliated University and its Vice-Chancellor and Registrars;
(j) result of all the examinations of last one year;
(k) detailed status of recognition of all the courses;
(l) details of clinical material in the hospital;
(m) the College website shall be linked with the Central Council website, which shall be linked to the Ministry’s
website as well; and
(n) the Month-wise analysis of attendance of teaching, non-teaching college staff, hospital staff, students and
Patients in Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department shall be displayed on College website.

(3) Biometric Attendance: (i) There shall be web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the
Central Council) linked computerised biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised
biometric attendance system for non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.

(ii) For conditional permission biometric attendance shall be web based and CRC linked from the 1st December,
2016.
(iii) The colleges which were granted permission for a period not exceeding five years from the academic session
2014-15 and 2015-16 shall maintain web based and CRC linked biometric attendance from the 1st December,
2016.

10. Phase-wise specific requirements of new colleges.- (1) A Siddha college seeking permission for starting Siddha
Maruthuva Arignar (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery) Course under the provisions of section 13A of the Act,
shall establish infrastructure and manpower as given below:
(a) Before admission of the first batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) at the time of submission of application, a fully developed hospital building as specified in regulations 4 and 5
with functional Siddha hospital prior two years from the date of application, having appropriate number of
beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department attendance corresponding to the annual students intake
capacity as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualifications as specified in Regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
the Schedule-VI, which are required for first professional year of teaching and training shall be appointed, and
wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or one clinical teacher in each of Maruthuvam; Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and
Sirappumaruthuvam; Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam; Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam and Aruvai Maruthuvam
appointed for operating the teaching hospital and the experience of specialist doctor or clinical teacher shall
be considered as a teacher from the date of appointment of the specialist doctor or two years prior to
submission of application by the applicant to the Central Government to establish a college whichever is
lesser;
(iv) a library with two thousand and five hundred books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty admissions
and eighty persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in the Schedule
- VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished two lecture halls and teaching departments and laboratories and museums essential
for the first professional year of teaching as specified in the Schedules - I to VII;
(vi) a medicinal plants garden covering over two thousand and five hundred square meter of land and four thousand
square meter of land for upto sixty seats and sixty-one to hundred seats respectively with plantation of
minimum one hundred species of medicinal plants;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in the Schedule-IV; and
(viii) web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked computerised
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric attendance system for
non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.
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(b) Before the admission of the second batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) a functional Siddha hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department
attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of
regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as specified in regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first and the second professional years of teaching and training shall
be appointed, and wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or clinical teacher in each of Maruthuvam; Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and
Sirappumaruthuvam; Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam; Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam and Aruvai Maruthuvam
departments for working in the college hospital;
(iv) a library with five thousand books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty admissions and eighty
persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in the Schedule – VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished three lecture halls and teaching departments, laboratories and museums, essential
for first and second professional years of teaching as specified in the Schedules - I to VII;
(vi) minimum one hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants and a herbarium-cum-demonstration hall in the
medicinal plant garden;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in Schedule-IV;
(viii) there shall be a Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory attached to Department of Gunapadam-
Maruthiyal (Pharmacology) and Gunapadam- Marunthakaviyal (Pharmaceuticals),with minimum area as
specified in Schedule-II and equipment as specified in Schedule-VII, for preparation of medicine as per
syllabus; and
(ix) web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked computerised
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric attendance system for
non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.

(c) Before the admission of third batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) a functional Siddha hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department
attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of
regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as specified in regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first, second and third professional years of teaching and training
shall be appointed and wherever there is shortfall of Professors, equal number of Readers shall be appointed;
(iii) minimum one specialist doctor or clinical teacher in each of Maruthuvam; Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and
Sirappumaruthuvam; Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam; Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam and Aruvai Maruthuvam
departments for working in the college hospital;
(iv) a library with five thousand books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty admissions and eighty
persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in the Schedule - VI;
(v) well-equipped and furnished three lecture halls and teaching departments, laboratories and museums, essential
for first, second and third professional years of teaching as specified in the Schedules - I to VII;
(vi) minimum two hundred species of medicinal plants and a herbarium-cum-demonstration hall in the medicinal
plant garden;
(vii) all the hospital staff shall be as specified in Schedule-IV;
(viii) a Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory attached to Department of Gunapadam-Maruthiyal
(Pharmacology) and Gunapadam- Marunthakaviyal (Pharmaceuticals), with minimum area as specified in
Schedule-II and equipment as per Schedule-VII, for preparation of medicine as per syllabus; and
(ix) web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked computerised
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric attendance system for
non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.

(d) Before the admission of the fourth batch of students, the college shall have-
(i) a functional Siddha hospital having appropriate number of beds, bed occupancy and Out-Patient Department
attendance corresponding to the annual students intake capacity as specified in the sub-regulation (2) of
regulation 7;
(ii) all teachers with the requisite qualification as mentioned in regulation 8 and non-teaching staff as specified in
Schedule-VI, which are required for the first, second, third and fourth professional years of teaching and
training shall be appointed;
(iii) all infrastructure and manpower requirements of college, hospital and other units in accordance with the as
specified in these regulations 4 to 11;
(iv) a library with seven thousand and five hundred books, seating capacity of fifty persons for up to sixty
admissions and eighty persons seating capacity for sixty-one to hundred admissions and staff as specified in
the Schedule - VI;
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(v) a fully developed medicinal plants garden as specified in Schedule - III;


(vi) fully functional laboratories and pharmacy with drug testing facilities as specified in Schedules–I to VII;
(vii) round the clock availability of medical services including medicines, paramedical staff, doctors and
emergency management in the hospital; and
(viii) web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked computerised
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based computerised biometric attendance system for
non-teaching college staff and hospital staff.
(2) (a) The permission to establish a new medical college and admissions to the students shall be granted initially for a
period of one year and shall be renewed on yearly basis subject to verification of achievement of annual targets as
specified above in sub- regulation (1).

(b) It shall be the responsibility of the college to apply to the Central Council for purpose of renewal six months
prior to the expiry of the initial permission.

(c) This process of renewal of permission shall continue till such time the establishment of the new medical college
is completed for passing-out of the first batch.

(3) The person or Medical College who applies under Section 13A of the IMCC Act, 1970 for establishment of new
medical college, opening of new or higher course of study or training and increase of admission capacity, shall be
required to maintain web based and CRC (Central Registration Certificate issued by the Central Council) linked
biometric attendance system for teaching staff and web based biometric attendance system for non-teaching college
staff, hospital staff and web linked computerised central registration system for maintaining the records of patients in
Out-Patient Department and In-Patient Department of the hospital. These requirements for those applicants who
applied in the year 2015 shall not be taken into consideration for issuance of the Letter of Intent but they shall be
fulfilled these requirements before issuance of the Letter of Permission for the academic session 2016-17.

11. List of equipment, machineries, etc.– To ensure proper provision of teaching and training material to the students,
the colleges shall possess the minimum ninety per cent. of required equipment, machineries etc. in the teaching
departments, hospital, laboratories, dissection hall, library, pharmacy and other units of the college in sufficient numbers,
as specified under Schedules-I to VII.

12. Date of completion of permission process and cut-off-date for admission in Siddha College.- (1) The process of
grant or denial of permission to the Siddha colleges for taking admissions in Siddha colleges shall be completed by the
31stJuly of each academic session.

(2) The cut-off-date for admission in Siddha colleges shall be the 30thSeptember of each academic session.
SCHEDULE-I
[See regulation 3, regulation 4, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

REQUIREMENT OF AN ATTACHED HOSPITAL OF A SIDDHA COLLEGE

S.No. Particulars Built up area (in square


meters)
Up to 60 61 to 100
students students
intake intake
1 2 3 4
I. Total constructed area of hospital building 2,000 3500
II. Hospital Administration Block: 100 150
1. Superintendent room
2. Deputy Superintendent room
3. Medical officer’s room (for 2 Resident Medical Officer/Resident Surgical Officer)
4. Matron room
5. Assistant Matron room (for 2)
6. Reception and Registration
III. Out-Patient Departments (OPD) 300 500
1. Maruthuvam OPD
2. Varmam, and Sirappumaruthuvam OPD with Yoga demonstration area
3. Sool, Magalir Maruhuvam OPD toilet and Examination Room
4. Aruvai, Maruthuvam OPD with toilet and wash room
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5. Kuzhandhai Maruhuvam OPD
6. Avasaramaruthuvam (Casualty) section with toilet and wash basin
7. Dressing and First Aid Room, Kaaranool therapy room
8. Dispensary
9. Waiting Space for patients
10. Store
11. Separate Male and Female Toilets for patients and Staff
IV. In-Patient Department (IPD) 1000 1850
1. Maruthuvam Male Ward with attached toilet and bath room
2. Maruthuvam Female Ward with attached toilet and bath room
3. Varmam, and Sirappumaruthuvam Male Ward with attached toilet and bath room
4. Varmam, and Sirappumaruthuvam Female Ward with attached toilet and bath room
5. Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam Ward with attached toilet and bath room
6. Aruvai, Maruthuvam Male Ward with attached toilet and bath room
7. Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam Female Ward with attached toilet and bath room
8. Kuzhandhai Maruthuvam Ward with attached toilet and bath room
9. Doctors’ duty room one for each department with attached toilet and bath
10. Nursing staff duty rooms, one in each ward with attached toilet-bath
11. Store room for linen, etc.
V. Operation Theatres Block 150 250
1. Minor Operation Theatre
2. Labour Room with attached toilet and bath room
3. Neonatal care room
4. Central Sterilization or Autoclave Unit
5. Scrub room
6. Two Recovery room
7. Doctors’ duty room with attached toilet and bath room
8. Interns’/house officers’/resident doctors’ room with attached toilet and bath room.
9. Nursing staff room with attached toilet and bath room
VI. Varmam, Block: 175 300
1. 1.Varmam Arai (Male)
2.Varmam Arai (Female)
3.Thokkanam Arai (Male)
4.Thokkanam Arai (Female)
5.Neeravi Kuliyal Arai (Male)
6.Neeravi Kuliyal Arai (Female)
7.Peechu Arai(Male)
8.Peechu Arai(Female)
9.AttaiViduthal, Chuttigai etc.
10.Kaara nool therapy room
2. Varmam, Puramaruthuvam therapist or Physician’s room
3. store room
4. Attached toilet-baths for males and for females with wash basin and geyser facility
in each, which will be in addition to the toilets of wards.

VII. Clinical Laboratory: 100 150


Well equipped with separate sections for Pathology, Biochemistry and
Microbiology and the attached toilet shall be there for collection of urine samples
and other latest diagnostic facilities such as ECG also shall be provided.
VIII. Radiology/ Sonography section 50 100
Radiology chamber with X-ray room, Dark room, film drying room, store room,
Ultra Sonography room, patients waiting and dressing room, reception /registration/
report room
IX. Hospital Kitchen and Canteen: 100 150
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X. Store room 25 50
TOTAL 2,000 3,500
Note:
1. The above indicated subdivided area among various components may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent.
but the total area of attached hospital shall be as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.
2. The breakup of built up area requirement of the attached hospital of a Siddha College with annual intake
capacity of sixty-one to hundred students shall correspondingly increase keeping in view the total requirement
of area as mentioned in regulation 5.
3. The requirement of attached toilet with Out-Patient Department for the colleges shall be applicable for the
colleges established after the 19th February, 2013.
4. For conditional permission, total constructed area of attached hospital of the college may vary within plus or
minus twenty percent. as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.
SCHEDULE-II
[See regulation 3, regulation 4, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

REQUIREMENT OF A SIDDHA COLLEGE


S.No. Particulars Built up area (in
square meters)
Up to 60 61 to 100
students students
intake intake
(1) (2) (3) (4)
(1) Total constructed area of college building 2,000 4,000
(2) Administrative Section: Administrative section of the college shall include 150 300
Principal’s Room, Personal Assistant’s Room, Reception, Visitors’ lounge, Staff
Committee Room, Clerks’ room, Accounts section, Record room, Central Store and
separate toilets for gents and ladies.
(3) Lecture Halls: There shall be at least five Lecture halls, each having the area of not 400 800
less than eighty square meter area for intake upto 60 seats and 160 square meter area
for intake from 61 to 100 seats, with proper electricity supply, audio-visual teaching
aids, fans or coolers and comfortable sitting arrangement preferably theatre type.
Separate toilets for boys and girls shall be constructed in each floor.

(4) Seminar/Conference/Examination Hall: A large hall with sitting capacity for four 150 300
hundred to five hundred persons shall be available within the college premises for
meetings, seminars, conferences, symposia, examination, counseling etc. The hall
shall have adequate electrical and sitting arrangement and audio-visual system
facilities.
(5) Central Library: A central library shall have seating capacity for at least fifty 100 200
persons for up to sixty intake capacity and eighty persons for 61 to 100 intake
capacity, adequate number of shelves or almirahs, sufficient space for keeping stocks,
separate reading room for teachers, librarian’s room, photocopier/video room
computer with printer and internet facility. The library shall have proper light
arrangement, fans or coolers, drinking water arrangement and toilet facilities. The
library shall have two thousand and five hundred books of different titles of Siddha,
modern medicine and allied sciences at the time of first admission of students. The
number of books shall increase to five thousand before the admission of second and
third batches of students and seven thousand five hundred before the admission of
fourth batch of students. The College with existence for five years or more shall have
ten thousand books.
(6) Teaching Departments: There shall be 13 Teaching Departments each with rooms for Total 1200 Total
teachers, a small departmental library, a small office, working accommodation for square 2400
non-teaching staff and a museum or laboratory or dissection hall or tutorial room as meters and square
per requirement of individual department. break up meters
may be as and break
follows: up may be
as
follows:
Department wise area requirement shall be as under:-
(i) Siddha Maruthuva Moolathathuvam Department plus Departmental library cum 50 100
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tutorial room;
(ii) Udal koorugal Department with Dissection Hall having proper ventilation aroom 100 200
for students with adequate lockers and wash basins, an embalming room with a
storage tank or freezer for four dead bodies and Udal koorugal (Anatomy) museum
with optional micro-anatomy laboratory;
(iii) Udal thathuvam Department plus Physiology) laboratory and Biochemistry 175 350
Laboratory;
(iv) Gunapadam Marunthiyal (Siddha Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy) 100 200
Department plus Herbarium-cum Medicinal botany museum and Pharmacognosy and
Pharmacology labs;
(v) Gunapadam Marunthuseimuariyal (Siddha Pharmaceuticals) 75 150
(vi) Noinaadal Department plus Noinaadal (Pathology) Laboratory; 75 150
(vii) Varmam, Sirappu Maruthuvam Department plus Yoga Hall either in college or 50 100
in the hospital;
(viii) Sattam Saarntha Maruthuvamum Nanju Maruthuvamum Department plus 50 100
museum cum tutorial room;
(ix) Maruthuvam Department and tutorial room; 50 100
(x) Kuzhandhai maruthuvam Department and tutorial room; 50 100
(xi) Aruvai, Maruthuvam Department plus museum cum tutorial room and 75 150
Experimental Surgery Laboratory;
(xii) Noi anuga vidhi Department plus museum cum tutorial room; 50 100
(xiii) Sool, magalirMaruthuvam department and tutorial room; and 50 100
*Note- Working tables of all the laboratories should be of hard stone or stainless steel
and there should be arrangement of proper shelves and running water taps in wash
basins.
(7) Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory: The college shall have a 100 200
teaching pharmacy with proper training facilities for preparation of different types of
Siddha Medicines like Chooranam, Mathirai, Mezhugu, Rasayanam etc., a raw drugs
store and in-house drug identification. Quality Testing Lab of Pharmacy will also be
used for teaching.
(8) Common Rooms: Separate common rooms for boys and girls with adequate space and 50 for 100 for
seating arrangement shall be available. boys boys
+50 for +100 for
girls girls
(9) Canteen: Canteen facility with sitting arrangement for about 100 persons shall be 50 100
available in the college premises.
Total 2,000 4,000

Note:
1. The above indicated subdivided area among various components may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent.
but the total area of a Siddha College shall be as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.
2. For conditional permission, total constructed area of the college may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent.
as per the area mentioned in regulation 5.

SCHEDULE-III
[See regulation 3, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

ALLIED INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS OF A SIDDHA COLLEGE

Area (in square meter)


Sl. No. Particulars
(1) Up to 60 61-100
(2) students students

(3) (4)
(1) Herbal garden: A well-developed medicinal plant garden with two 2500 4000
hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants and a demonstration room
of twenty five to fifty square meters area and necessary implements
shall exist with the college.
98 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Note:
1. The above indicated area may vary within plus or minus twenty per cent. within the total area of Siddha college
as specified in regulation 4.
2. For conditional permission, minimum hundred and fifty species of medicinal plants shall be required.

SCHEDULE-IV
[See regulation 3, regulation 5, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

REQUIREMENT OF A SIDDHA COLLEGE HOSPITAL STAFF

S.No. Post Requirement


(1) (2) (3)
1. Medical Superintendent 1. The incumbent to the post of Medical Superintendent will
be with qualification not less than that of Professor.
OR

2. Principal or Dean may function as ex-officio Medical


Superintendent. However, if there is an existing post of
Medical Superintendent, it shall continue to exist.
2. Deputy Medical Superintendent 1. The qualification shall be BSMS and PG Degree in
clinical subject or BSMS with 10 years of clinical
experience.
2. Full time regular incumbent other than the teaching staff.
3. Consultants Teachers of clinical departments
4. Emergency Medical Officers Two
5. Resident Medical Officer/Resident Surgical Five (One of Maruthuvam, One of Varmam, Puramaruthuvam
Officer (RMO/RSO) and Sirappumaruthuvam One of Sool, Magalir maruthuvam,
One of Kuzhandhai maruthuvam and One of Aruvai
maruthuvam)
6. Matron/Nursing Superintendent One
7. Staff nurses for In Patient Deptt. One for every ten beds
8. Ward Boy or Ayah One for every twenty beds.
9. Pharmacists Two
10. Dresser Two
11. Store Keeper One
12. Office Staff (for registration, record Two
maintenance, data entry etc.)
13. Dark-room Attendant One
Modern Medical Staff
14. Medical Specialist One part time/on contract
15. Surgical Specialist One part time/on contract
16. Obstetrician and Gynaecologist One part time/on contract
17. Pathologist One part time/on contract
18. Anaesthesiologist One part time/on contract
19. Ophthalmologist One part time/on contract
20. Pediatrician One part time/on contract
21. Radiologist One (Post-graduate in Allopathic Radiology on contract)
22. Dentist One part time/on contract
23. X-Ray Technician/ Radiographer One
24. Physiotherapist One part time/on contract
Staff for Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Sirappumaruthuvam Therapy Section for In-Patient Department (IPD)
& Out-Patient Department (OPD)
25. Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Teachers of Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and
Sirappumaruthuvam Specialists Sirappumaruthuvam teaching department.
26. House Officer or Clinical Registrar or One
Senior Resident (Siddha)
27. Nurses for Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Two (One male and One female); in addition to the nurses
Sirappumaruthuvam indicated at S.No.7.
28. Varmam, Puramaruthuvam Assistant Two male and two female
29. Yoga teacher / Varmam expert / Bone One (from Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Sirappumaruthuvam
setter Department)
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Staff of Operation Theatre and Karanool Therapy Section
30. Aruvaimaruthuvam and karanool Therapy Teachers of Aruvai, Tholmaruthuvam department
Specialists
31. Operation Theatre Attendant One
32. Dresser One
33. Nurse Onein addition to the nurses indicated at S.No.7.
Labour Room
34. Sool, Magalirmaruthuvam Specialists Teachers of Sool, MagalirMaruthuvam department
35. Midwife One
Clinical Laboratory
36. Laboratory Technicians Two
37. Peon or Attendant One
Teaching Pharmacy and Quality Testing Laboratory
38. Pharmacy Superintendent (Teacher of Gunapaadam department
39. Peon or Attendant One
40. Workers Two
41. Analytical Chemist (Part time) One (Lab Technician provided under non-teaching staff in the
Deptt.)
42. Pharmacognosist (Part time) One (Lab Technician provided under non-teaching staff in the
Deptt.)

Total: Fifty-eight excluding teachers of teaching departments as


i. For sixty bedded hospital mentioned above
Sevety-two excluding teachers of teaching departments as
ii. For hundred bedded hospital mentioned above

Note: -
(1) For hospital with more than sixty beds, two incumbents each as Resident Medical Officers, Resident Surgical
Officers, Assistant Matrons and Pharmacists shall be additionally required.
(2) The hospital shall be equipped with adequate provision of security, civil and electrical, sanitation, dietary and
canteen, laundry and waste incineration and disposal services.
(3) Essential duty staff and services shall be available round the clock.
(4) Services of the non-technical staff like Peon, Attendant, Sweeper, Guards, Washer man, Gardener and Cook etc.
may be obtained by outsourcing.
(5) For conditional permission, minimum eighty per cent. of above hospital staff shall be required.

SCHEDULE-V
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 8, regulation 10 and regulation 11]

DETAILS OF TEACHING STAFF IN A SIDDHA COLLEGE

Teaching Department Requirement of teaching staff

(1) Upto 60 students From 61 to 100 students


(2) (3)
Prof. Reader Lecturer Prof. Reader Lecturer
1.Siddha Maruthuva 1 or 1 1 Siddha + 1 1 1 Siddha +
Moolathathuvam 1 Tamizh / English 1 Tamizh /
English
2.Udal Koorugal (Anatomy) 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
3.Udal Thathuvam (Physiology) 1 or 1 1 Siddha + 1 1 1 1 Siddha + 2
Biochemist Biochemist
4.Gunapadam - Marunthiyal 1 or 1 1Siddha + 1 1 1 1 Siddha + 1
(Pharmacology) Botanist/Pharmocog Botanist/Pharmoc
nosist ognosist
5. Gunapadam - 1 or 1 1 1 1 2
Marunthakaviyal
(Pharmaceuticals)
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6.Noi Naadal and Noi 1 or 1 1 1 1 1


MudhalNaadal (Pathology)
7.Sattam Saarntha 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
Maruthuvamum
NanjuMaruthuvamum (Forensic
medicine and Toxicology)
8.Sool and Magalir Maruthuvam 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
9.Maruthuvam (Medicine) 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
10Aruvai, Maruthuvam 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(Surgery)
11.Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
(Peadiatrics)
12.Varmam, 1 or 1 1 1 1 2
Sirappumaruthuvam (Varmam
and Special Medicine)
13.Noi Anugaa Vidhi (Hygiene) 1 or 1 1 1 1 1
Including Research
Methodology and Medical
Statistics
13 17 13 13 19
30 45

Note:
(i) Apart from above, one Yoga teacher in the Department of Varma, Puramauthuvam, One Bio statistician to teach
Research Methodology and Medical-statistics and eight Consultants of Modern Medicine as specified at Schedule-
IV (Sl. Nos.14 to 22) shall be engaged for teaching on part time basis.

(ii)The requirement of part time teachers shall be minimum any five as mentioned above in point i. for conditional
permission to undertake admission for particular academic session.

(iii) The deficiency of teachers for up to sixty intake capacity shall not exceed more than ten per cent. of total
requirement with availability of minimum one teacher in each of thirteen Departments. The total number of Higher
Faculty shall not be less than ten Professors or Readers distributed in minimum ten Departments. This relaxation is
for seeking conditional permission to undertake admission for particular academic session. For example- the college
having up to sixty seats intake capacity shall have minimum twenty-seven total faculties, out of which minimum ten
Professors or Readers covering not less than ten Departments.

(iv) The deficiency of total teachers for sixty-one to hundred intake capacity shall not exceed more than ten per cent. of
total requirement and deficiency of higher faculty shall not exceed more than twenty per cent. of total teachers with
availability of minimum one Higher faculty and one Lecturer in each of thirteen Departments. The total number of
Higher Faculty shall not be less than seventeen. This relaxation is for seeking conditional permission to undertake
admission for particular academic session. For example, the college having sixty-one to hundred seats intake
capacity shall have minimum forty total faculties covering all thirteen Departments, out of which minimum
seventeen Professors or Readers covering thirteen Departments.

(v) Wherever additional Professors or Readers are available in the department, the additional Professor may be
considered against the requirement of Reader or Lecturer and additional Reader may be considered against the
requirement of Lecturer. For example- in a college with intake capacity from sixty-one to hundred under graduate
seats, if there are three Professors or one Professor and two Readers or one Professor, one Reader and one Lecturer
against the requirement of one Professor, one Reader and one Lecturer in the Department of Udal Koorugal, the
college is fulfilling the requirement of faculty in this department and there is no shortcoming of faculty in this
department.
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SCHEDULE-VI
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulations 7, regulation 8, regulation 10 and regulation 11]
DETAILS OF TECHNICAL AND OTHER STAFF OF A SIDDHA COLLEGE
S.No. Department Post Requirement
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1. Library Librarian One
Assistant Librarian One
Library Attendant or Peon One
2. College Office Personal Assistant to Principal One
Clerical staff for administrative Seven
accounts services
3. Siddha Maruthuva Moolathathuvam Attendant One
4. Gunapadam - Marunthakaviyal Laboratory Technician One
(Pharmaceuticals) Laboratory Assistant One
Attendant One
5. Udal Koorugal (Anatomy) Laboratory Technician One
Laboratory Assistant One
Attendant cum Museum Keeper One
6. Udal thathuvam (Physiology) Laboratory Technician One
Attendant One
7. Gunapadam - Marunthiyal (Pharmacology) Laboratory Technician One
Attendant cum Museum Keeper One
8. Noianugavidhi Attendant cum Museum Keeper One
9. NoiNaadal and NoiMudhalNadal Laboratory Technician One
Attendant One
10. Sattam Sarntha Maruthuvam and Nanju Attendant cum Museum Keeper One
Maruthuvam
11. Maruthuvam Attendant cum Museum Keeper Two
12. Varmam, and Sirappumaruthuvam
13. Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam
14. Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam
15. Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam
16. Herbal Garden Gardener One
Multipurpose worker Two
Total Thirty-one
Note:
1. Sweeper, Attendant, Lifter, Laboratory Assistant, Data Entry Operator (DEO), Multipurpose Worker may be on
contractual basis.
2. For conditional permission, minimum eighty per cent. of above technical and other staff shall be required.
SCHEDULE-VII
[See regulation 3, regulation 6, regulation 7, regulation 10 and regulation 11]
A. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR GUNAPADAM -
MARUNTHIYAL (PHARMACOLOGY AND MEDICINAL BOTANY) LABORATORY:

S.No. Equipment and Instruments Up to sixty intake Sixty-one to hundred intake


capacity capacity
Essential
1. Field magnifier One One
2. Compound microscope One One
3. Dissecting Microscope One One
4. Microscope Fifteen Twenty-five
5. Electronic balance One Two
Miscellaneous
6. Slides box with cover slips, Assorted
7. Blotting/filter papers Assorted
8. Dissection Box Assorted
9. Enamel Trays Assorted
102 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

B. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR DISSECTION HALL:


S. No. Instruments and Equipments Up to sixty intake Sixty-one to
capacity hundred intake
capacity
Essential
1. Tank with a capacity to preserve 2-4 bodies. Assorted
2. Machines for bones and brain sectioning One
3. Dissection Sets Fifteen Twenty-five
4. Dissecting Table
a) Full size with steel top or marble top stainless Four Six
b) Half size with steel top or marble top stainless Eight Ten
General
5. X-ray viewing box or panels Three Three
Miscellaneous
6. Bone cutter of the numbers ¾, ½, ¼, ⅛ – fine pointed Chisel Assorted
bone dissector
7. Bucket and Mug Assorted
8. Gloves powder Assorted
9. Surgical gloves Assorted
10. Surgical blade Assorted
11. Soap Assorted
12. Disposable syringe – 20cc, 10cc, 5cc Assorted
13. Towels Assorted
14. Dustbin Assorted
15. Furniture and Other Equipments Assorted
16. Wash basin Assorted
17. Preservative Chemicals Assorted
18. Glass jars of different sizes Assorted
C. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PHYSIOLOGY (UDAL
THATHUVAM) LABORATORY:
S. Up to sixty intake Sixty-one to hundred
Instruments and Equipments
No. capacity intake capacity
Essential
1. Microscopes with oil immersion Thirty Fifty
2. Westergren’s pipette for ESR Sixty Hundred
3. Haematocrit Tube Sixty Hundred
4. Sahli’s Haemoglobino meter Sixty Hundred
5. Haemocyto meter Sixty Hundred
6. Stethoscope Sixty Hundred
7. Clinical Thermometer Sixty Hundred
8. Knee Hammer Sixty Hundred
9. Tuning forks Sixty Hundred
10. Electrocardiograph One One
11. Stop watches Sixty Hundred
12. Water Distillation still One One
13. Balances One One
14. Centrifuge with speed control One One
15. Colorimeter (Photoelectric) One One
16. pH Meter (Electric) One One
17. pH Comparator with disc One One
18. Sterilizer One One
19. BP Apparatus Sixty Hundred
20. Weighing machine One One
21. Peakflow meter One One
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General
22. Refrigerator One One
23. Newton’s colour wheel in a batch One One
Miscellaneous
24. Cover slips, glassware, Micro slides (assorted) Assorted
25. Reagents Assorted
26. Torch Assorted
27. Measuring Tape Assorted

D. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR GUNAPADAM -


MARUNTHAKAVIYAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LABORATORY (TEACHING PHARMACY LAB):

Up to sixty intake Sixty-one to hundred intake


S.No. Instruments and Equipments
capacity capacity
Essential
1. Kalvam
i. Small Ten Twenty
ii. Medium Ten Twenty
iii. Porcelain Ten Twenty
iv. Thapthakalvam Two Four
2. Yandiram
i. ThulaYandiram One One
ii. ValukaYandiram One One
3. Distillation Apparatus Three Six
4. Pudam (Different kinds) Five Ten
5. Moosai (Crucibles) Thirty Fifty
6. Pounding Apparatus Ten Ten
7. Thuruthi with Blower Two Four
General
8. Heating Device-
i. Gas Stove Assorted
ii. Hot plate Assorted
iii. Aduppu (Charcoal) Assorted
9. Balance (Different Capacities)
i. Physical One One
ii. Chemical One One
iii. Electronic One One
10. Big Vessels & Containers
i. Brass Assorted
ii. Copper Assorted
iii. Steel etc. Assorted
11. Refrigerator One One
12. Wet Grinder One One
13. Mixi One One
14. Juice Extractor One One
15. Pyrometer Assorted
16. Thermometer Assorted
17. Pressure Cooker Assorted
18. Earthen Vessels Assorted
19. Measuring Equipments Different Size (Glass) Assorted
104 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Miscellaneous
20. Sieves (Assorted Numbers & Size) Assorted
21. Jars(Porcelain) Fermentation Purpose Assorted
22. Vessels-
i. Frying Pan Assorted
ii. Steel Vessel Assorted
iii. Spatula Assorted
iv. Ladles & Spoons Assorted
v. Knife Assorted
vi. Plates Assorted
23. Enamel Trays Assorted
24. Spirit Lamp Assorted
25. Almiras& Racks for storage Assorted

E. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR NOI NAADAL (PATHOLOGY)


LABORATORY:

S.No. Equipment and Instruments Up to sixty intake Sixty-one to hundred intake


capacity capacity
Essential
1. Binocular microscope Fifteen Twenty-five
2. Microscope with oil immersion Fifteen Twenty-five
3. Monocular microscope with oil emersion lens Fifteen Twenty-five
20(e)
4. X-ray view box One One
5. Sahli’s Square tube Thirty Fifty
6. Hb pipette Thirty Fifty
7. WBC Pipette Thirty Fifty
8. Dropper Thirty Fifty
9. Red cell pipette Thirty Fifty
10. Improved Neubauer chamber Thirty Fifty
11. Incubator One Two
12. Wintrobe’s tube Thirty Fifty
13. Pasteur’s pipette Thirty Fifty
14. Centrifuge Graduated Machine One Two
15. Westregrens pipette Thirty Fifty
16. Westergrens’s stand Thirty Fifty
17. Urinometer Thirty Fifty
18. Autoclave One One
19. Ultraviolet lamp One One
20. Cell counter (haemoautoanalyser) One One
21. BP Apparatus Thirty Fifty
22. Stethoscope Thirty Fifty
23. Thermometer Thirty Fifty
24. Tongue depressor Thirty Fifty
25. Stop watch Thirty Fifty
General
26. Physical balance One One
27. Hot air oven One One
28. Bunsen burner Thirty Fifty
29. Refrigerator One One
Miscellaneous
30. Sterile vessels / bottle to collect samples Assorted
31. Torch Assorted
32. Knee hammer Assorted
33. Measuring Tape Assorted
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34. ENT examination set Assorted
35. Reflectors(Mirrors) Assorted
36. Weighing machine One One
37. Tuning Forks Assorted
38. Nasal speculum Assorted
39. Laryngoscope Assorted
40. Catheters Assorted
41. Probes Assorted
42. HBs Ag kit Assorted
43. HIV kit - Tridot (method by T Mitra) Assorted
44. CT and BT kit Assorted
45. Renal profile, LET kit, Lipid profile, Blood Assorted
Sugar kit
46. Sterile disposable lancer/needle Assorted
47. Glass rod Assorted
48. Syringe needle destroyer Assorted
49. Cover slip Assorted
50. Cleaned slides Assorted
51. Litmus paper Assorted
52. pH indicator paper strips Assorted
53. Test tube Assorted
54. Separating funnels of various sizes Assorted
55. Glass Jars with lid of different sizes Assorted
56. Capillary Tubes Assorted
57. Rubber teat Assorted
58. Magnifying lens Assorted
59. Multi stix Assorted

F. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR LABOUR ROOM:


S. No. Equipment and Instruments Required Quantity
Essential
1. Shadow less Lamp One
2. Suction Machine (Neonatal) One
3. Oxygen Cylinder and Mask One
4. Foetal Toco Cardiograph One
5. Radiant Warmer One
6. Photo therapy Unit One
7. Weighing Machine (Paediatric) One
8. Patient trolley Two
9. Anaesthesia trolley One
10. Infantometer One
11. Vacuum extractor One
12. Foetal Doppler One
13. Low cavity forceps Two
14. Steriliser Two
15. Machintosh rubber sheet Assorted
16. Instruments for labour and Episiotony. Assorted
(Scissors, forceps, needle holders etc.)
17. Baby tray Two
18. Nebuliser One
19. Foetoscope Five
20. Auto Clave One
21. Drums Assorted
22. Instrumental Trolley Assorted
23. OT tables and head Up and head Low facility One
24. Pulse Oximeter One
25. Resuccitation kit One
26. Boyle’s apparatus One
27. Electrocautery One
28. MTP Suction Machine One
106 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

29. Anaesthesia Kit One


30. Blunt and Sharp Curettes Ten
31. Dilators set (Hegar’s, Hawkins) Five
32. Sims’s Speculum Five
33. Cysco’s Speculum Five
34. Anterior Vaginal Wall retractor Five
35. Uterine sound Five
36. Volsellum Five
37. MTP Suction Currate Five
38. Retractors abdominal (Doyne’s etc.) Five
39. Sponge holding forceps Five
40. Green armytage forceps Five
41. Uterus holding forceps Five
42. Kocher’s forceps Five
43. Artery forceps (Long, short, Mosquito) Each Five
44. Scissors- different sizes Five
45. Forceps obstetrics Five
46. Endotrachial tubes Five
47. Cord Cutting appliances Five
48. I.U.C.D. removing hook Five
49. Bladder Sound Five
50. B.P. apparatus Two
Miscellaneous
51. HIV kit for emergency patients Assorted
52. Plain and Hole towels Assorted
53. Towel Clips Assorted
54. Catguts and Thread Assorted
55. Needles Assorted
56. Needle holders Assorted

G. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR MINOR OPERATION THEATRE:


S.No. Equipment and Instruments Required Quantity

Essential
1. Spot light (Shadow less ceiling fitted) One
2. Needle holding Forceps (big- medium-small) Four each
3. Dressing drums of Assorted size Two each
4. Drum stand Two each
5. IV Stand Two
6. Scissors straight (Tailor) Four
7. Scissors curved of different sizes Five each
8. Stitch removal scissors Five each
9. Pointed scissors Four
10. Dissection forceps Four
11. Sinus Forceps Four
12. Stitching Needle Twenty
13. Probes - Assorted size Five each
14. Artery Forceps (small, big, Medium) Four each
15. Barron Pile’s Gun Two
16. Autoclave One
17. Operation Table One
18. Proctoscope – various sizes Two
19. Gabrial Syringe One
20. Nasal speculum Four
21. Ear speculum Four
22. Eye wash glasses Ten
23. Aural syringe Assorted
24. Kaaranool – Medicated Thread Assorted
25. Salaagai Ten
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26. Electric sterilizers Two
27. Vaporizer One
28. Nebulizer Two
General
29. Emergency power back up facility Assorted
30. Emergency light Four
31. Fire Extinguisher Two
32. BP Apparatus Two
33. Refrigerator One
34. X-ray View Box (double) Two
35. Revolving Stool Six
36. Vertical BP Instrument One
37. Rubber catheters Assorted
Miscellaneous
38. Suturing Needle (straight/curved) of Assorted size Assorted
39. Surgical Thread Assorted
40. BP Handle of different size Assorted
41. Needle holder Assorted
42. Kidney trays Assorted
43. Surgical blades of different size Assorted

H. DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS REQUIRED FOR OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENTS:


S. Name of Department Article required as per norms of CCIM Required Quantity
No.
1 Maruthuvam – (Medicine) Essential
X-ray viewing Box One
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Weight and height measuring stand One
Examination Table One
Thermometer Two
Tongue depressor Ten
Measuring tape Two
Torch One
Knee Hammer Two
2 Varmam, Puramaruthuvam Essential
and Sirappumaruthuvam X-ray viewing Box One
(Varmam therapy, BP Apparatus Two
External therapy and Stethoscope Four
Special Medicine) Examination Table One
Thermometer Two
Tongue depressor Ten
Torch One
Measuring tape Two
Weight and height measuring stand One
Knee Hammer Two
3 Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam Essential
(Surgery, Dermatology) Stethoscope Four
Examination Table One
Instruments for anorectal examination Two sets
BP Apparatus Two
X-ray viewing Box One
Cheetle’s forceps Four
Torch One
General
Minor OT Assorted
Miscellaneous
Surgical Blades Assorted
4 Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam Essential
(Obstetrics and Weighing machine One
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Gynecology) Lamp stand One


Sim’s speculum Two
Cusco’s speculum Two
Torch Two
X-ray viewing Box One
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Examination Table One
Measuring tape Two
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(Paediatrics) Scale (Baby Weighing) One
Torch Two
X-Ray Viewing Box One
Thermometer Four
BP Apparatus Two
Stethoscope Four
Examination Table One
Scale for height measurement One
6 Avasara Maruthuvam Facilities available (Equipment, Instrument, Assorted
(Casualty) Furniture etc)
K.NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secretary.
[ADVT. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note.— If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Siddha Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations,
2016”, the English version will be treated as final.
vf/klwpuk
ubZ fnYyh] 7 uoEcj] 2016
la- 11&77@2016 ¼ih-th-jsxq-½-&& Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ dh /kkjk 36 dh mi/kkjk ¼1½ ds
[k.M ¼>½]¼¥½ vkSj ¼V½ ds }kjk iznRr 'kfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, vkSj Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼LukrdksRrj ;wukuh f’k{kk½ fofu;e]
2007 dh mu ckrksa ds flok; vf/kdzakr djrs gq, ftUgsa ,sls vf/kdze.k ls iwoZ fd;k x;k gS ;k fd, tkus dk yksi fd;k x;k gS] dsUnzh; ljdkj
dh iwoZ eatwjh ls Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ;wukuh LukrdksRrj fpfdRlk f’k{kk dks fofu;fer djus ds fy,] fuEufyf[kr fofu;eksa dks
,rn~}kjk cukrh gS] vFkkZr~%
1-laf{kIr 'kh"kZd rFkk izkjEHk-&¼1½ bu fofu;eksa dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼LukrdksRrj
;wukuh fpfdRlk f’k{kk½ fofu;e] 2016 dgk tk,xkA
¼2½ os ’kkldh; jkti= esa muds izdkf’kr gksus dh frfFk ls ykxw gksaxsA
2-ifjHkk"kk-& ¼1½ bu fofu;eksa esa] tc rd fd lUnHkZ ls vU;Fkk visf{kr u gks]-
¼d½ ^vf/kfu;e* ls Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ vfHkizsr gS(
¼[k½ ^ifj"kn~* ls Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vfHkizsr gS(
¼x½ ^ekU;rk izkIr laLFkku* ls vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 2 dh mi/kkjk ¼1½ ds [k.M ¼d½ ,oa [k.M ¼M-
d½ ds v/khu ;FkkifjHkkf"kr vuqeksfnr laLFkku vfHkizsr gSA
¼2½ ;gka ij iz;qDr 'kCn vkSj vfHkO;fDr tks ;gk¡ ifjHkkf"kr ugha gS] ijUrq vf/kfu;e esa ifjHkkf"kr gS] dk vfHkizk;
vf/kfu;e esa muds fy, fn, x, vFkZ ls gksxkA
3-mn~ns’; rFkk iz;kstu-& ;wukuh fpfdRlk esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dzeksa dk mn~ns’; vkSj iz;kstu ;wukuh fpfdRlk ls lEcfU/kr fof’k"Vrkvksa vkSj
vfr fof’k"Vrkvksa dk vfHkfoU;kl djuk rFkk ,ssls lqfoK vkSj fo’ks"kKksa dks rS;kj djuk gS tks vius lEc) {ks=ksa esa lq;ksX; vkSj n{k v/;kid]
fpfdRld] ’kY; fpfdRld] Hks"kt fo’ks"kK vkSj vuqla/kkudrkZ gks ldsaA
4-LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dzeksa gsrq fof’k"Vrk,a-& LukrdksRrj mikf/k fuEufyf[kr fof’k"Vrkvksa esa vuqKkr dh tk,xh%&
lkj.kh & d
ekfgj&,&frc ¼MkWDVj vkWQ esfMflu½
dze la[;k fof’k"Vrk dk uke uSnkfud vk/kqfud fo"k; dh fudVre
vFkok xSj uSnkfud 'kCnkoyh
1- dqfYy;krs frc xSj uSnkfud ;wukuh fpfdRlk ds vk/kkjHkwr fl)kUr
2- equkQsmy vktk xSj uSnkfud ’kjhjfdz;k foKku
3- bYeqy vnfo;k xSj uSnkfud Hks"ktxq.k foKku
4- bYeqy lSnyk xSj uSnkfud HkS"kftdh
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 109
5- rgQqth ok lekth frc xSj uSnkfud fuokjd vkSj lkekftd fpfdRlk ’kkL=
6- vejkts vrQky uSnkfud Ckky jksx foKku
7- eksvkyktkr uSnkfud fpfdRlk ’kkL=
8- Ekfg;krqy vejkt+ xSj uSnkfud fod`fr foKku
9- bykt fcr rnchj uSnkfud iF;kiFk mipkj
10- vejkts ftYn o rt+hfu;r uSnkfud Ropk foKku ,oa izlk/ku

Lkkj.kh&[k
ekfgjs tjkgr ¼ekLVj vkWQ ltZjh½
dze la[;k fof’k"Vrk dk uke uSnkfud vk/kqfud fo"k; dh fudVre ’kCnkoyh
vFkok xSj uSnkfud

11- r’kjhgqy cnu xSj uSnkfud ’kjhj jpuk foKku


12- bYeqy tjkgr uSnkfud ’kY; fpfdRlk
13- vejkts mTu] vuQ ok gyd uSnkfud d.kZ] uklk vkSj daB jksx

14- dckyr ok vejkts fuLoku uSnkfud izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx

5- LukrdksRrj mikf/k dh uke i)fr -& lEcfU/kr fof’k"Vrkvksa esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k dh uke i)fr fuEuor~ gksaxh %&
Lkkj.kh & d
ekfgj&,&frc ¼MkWDVj vkWQ esfMflu½
dze la[;k fof’k"Vrk dk uke laf{kIr :Ik
1- ekfgjs frc&dqfYy;krs frc ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ &;wukuh fpfdRlk ds vk/kkjHkwr fl)kUr
2- Ekkfgjs frc&equkQsmy vktk ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ &’kjhjfdz;k foKku
3- ekfgjs frc&bYeqy vnfo;k ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ &Hks"ktxq.k foKku
4- ekfgjs frc&bYeqy lSnyk ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ HkS"kftdh
5- ekfgjs frc&rgQqth ok lekth frc ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ fuokjd vkSj lkekftd fpfdRlk ’kkL=
6- ekfgjs frc&vejkts vrQky ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ Ckky jksx foKku
7- ekfgjs frc&eksvkyktkr ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ fpfdRlk ’kkL=
8- ekfgjs frc&Ekfg;krqy vejkt+ ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ fod`fr foKku
9- ekfgjs frc&bykt fcr rnchj ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ iF;kiFk mipkj
10- ekfgjs frc&vejkts ftYn ,e-Mh- ¼;wukuh½ Ropk foKku

Lkkj.kh & [k
ekfgjs tjkgr ¼ekLVj vkWQ ltZjh½%

dze la[;k fof’k"Vrk dk uke laf{kIr :i


11- ekfgjs tjkgr&r’kjhgqy cnu ,e-,l- ¼;wukuh½ ’kjhj jpuk foKku
12- ekfgjs tjkgr&bYeqy tjkgr ,e-,l- ¼;wukuh½ ’kY; fpfdRlk
13- ekfgjs tjkgr&vejkts mTu] vuQ ok ,e-,l- ¼;wukuh½ d.kZ] uklk vkSj daB jksx
gyd
14- ekfgjs tjkgr&dckyr o vejkts ,e-,l- ikB~;dze ½ izlwfr ,oa L=h jksx
fuLoku

6-LukrdksRrj laLFkk tgk¡ Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa gSa ds fy, U;wure vko’;drk,a -& LukrdksRrj laLFkk tgkW
Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa gSa fuEufyf[kr vko”;drkvksa dks iwjk djsxk uker~ %&
110 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼1½ Lukrd laLFkk tks Lukrd ikB~;dze ds lk<s+ pkj o’kZ iwjs dj pqdh gks o LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze ds izkjaHk ds fy,
vkosnu dj ldrh gSA
¼2½ laLFkk Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~ ¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½
fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr fofu;e dh leLr U;wure vko”;drkkvksa dks iw.kZ djsxhA
¼3½ laLFkk ds ikl LukrdksRrj fof”k’Vrk ds fy, Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~ ¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu
vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr fofu;e ds vuqlkj leLr
midj.k ,oa vuqla/kku dh lqfo/kk,a gksuh pkfg,A
¼4½ laLFkk ds ikl LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze izkjEk djus ds fy, dsUnzh; vuqla/kku iz;ksx”kkyk ¼lsUVªy fjlpZ yscksjsVªh½ ,oa
,fuey gkml pkfg,A ,fuey gkml LokfeRo esa vFkok lg;ksx ls gks ldrk gSA
¼5½ igys ls vfLRro esa LukrdksRrj laLFkku mij fy[ks mi& fofu;e 4 dh vko”;drk dks 31 fnlacj 2016 dks iwjk
djsaxsA
¼6½ vfrfjDr lgk;d LVkQ vFkkZr ck;ksdsfeLV] QkEkZk dkWyksfTkLV] ck;ks&LVsfVLVh”kh;u] ekbdzksck;ksyksftLV] dh
fu;qfDr gksus pkfg,A mudh “kSf{kf.kd ;ksX;rk fo’k; fo”ks’k esa LukrdksRrj vFkok led{k ;ksX;rk fdlh ekU;rk izkIr
fo”ofo|ky; ls gkuh pkfg,A
¼7½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze izkjaEk djus ds fy, fo’k; fo”ks’k esa U;wure vfrfjDr v/;kid ¼Lukrdh; ikB~;dze dh
vko’;drk ds vfrfjDRk½ ,d izk/;kid vFkok izokpd ,oa ,d O;k[;rk dh vko”;drk gksxh ,oa tks fof”k’Vrk Lukrd
Lrj ij Lora= foHkkx ds vfLrRo esa u gks] ogkaa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze izkjaEk djus ds fy, U;wure vko’;drk ,d
izk/;kid vFkok izokpd ,oa ,d O;k[;rk dh gksxhA
¼8½ “kSf{kf.kd l= 2017&18 ls LukrdksRrj foHkkx vFkok fo’k; fof”k’Vrk esa U;wure ,d izk/;kid vko”;d :Ik ls
gksuh pkfg,A
¼9½ r’kjhgqy cnu] equkQsmy vktk] bYeqy vnfo;k] bYeqy lSnyk] Ekfg;krqy vejkt+ ,oa t+jkgr foHkkxksa eas Lukrdh; ikB~;dze dh
vko’;drk ds vfrfjDRk fuEufyf[kr xSj “kSf{kf.kd LVkWQ dh vko”;rk gSA
(i) iz;ksx”kkyk rduhf”k;u & 1 ¼,d½
(ii) iz;ksx”kkyk lgk;d & 1 ¼,d½
(iii) ifjpj vFkok pijklh vFkok cgqmns~n”kh; dk;ZdrkZ 1 ¼,d½ iz;ksx”kkyk lgk;d
& 1 ¼,d½
¼10½ laLFkk ds ikl fof”k’Vrk vuqlkj iw.kZr% lqLlfTr U;wure lkS “kS¸;kvksa okyk vLirky tSlkfd Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh;
ifj’kn~ ¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij
la’kksf/kr fofu;e esa fofnr gks] gksuk pkfg, A
¼11½ mu LukrdksRrj laLFkkuksa esa tgka lkB Nk=ksa rd Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa gSa] nl LukrdksRrj lhV uSnkfud
fo’k;kas easa “kS¸;kvksa dh mu la[;k ij tSlkfd mi & fofu;e ¼10½ esa fofnr gS ns; gksaxhA nl ls vf/kd uSnkfud
fo’k;kas esa LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, mi&fofu;e ¼10½ esa fofnr “kS¸;kvksa ls vfrfjDRk Nk= % “kS¸;k vuqikr 1%4 gksxkA
¼12½ xSjuSnkfud LukrdksRrj fo’k; tSlkfd fofu;e 4 ds dze la[;k 1 ls 5] 8 ,oa 11 esa fofnr gSa ds fy, “kS¸;kvksa dh
vko”;drk mi&fofu;e ¼10½ ds vuqlkj gksxhA
¼13½ mu LukrdksRrj laLFkkuksa esa tgka bdlB~ ls lkS Nk=ksa rd Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa gSa] ogka uSnkfud fo’k;kas esa
LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, mi&fofu;e ¼10½ esa fofnr “kS¸;kvksa ls vfrfjDRk Nk= % “kS¸;k vuqikr 1%4 gksxkA
¼14½ xr ,d dSys.Mj o’kZ ds nkSjku ¼vFkkZr 365 fnu ,oa yhi o’kZ eas 366 fnu½ vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa U;wure
vko”;d okf’kZd “kS¸;k vf/kHkksx 50 izfr”kr~ ls vf/kd gksuk pkfg, ,oa U;wure vko”;d ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh
mifLFkfr xr ,d dSys.Mj o’kZ ¼ 300 fnu½ ds nkSjku 120 izfrfnu ¼mu LukrdksRrj laLFkkuksa esa tgka lkB Nk=ksa rd
Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa g½S ,oaa 200 izfrfnu ¼mu LukrdksRrj laLFkkuksa esa tgka bdlB~ ls lkS Nk=ksa rd Lukrd
ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa gS½ gksuh pkfg,A
¼15½ uSnkfud foHkkxksa esa uSnkfud LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, c<kbZ xbZ izR;sd vfrfjDr 20 “kS¸;kvksa ds fy, ,d Dyhfudy jftLVªkj
vFkok ofj’B vkoklh; vFkok vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dh vfrfjDRk vko”;drk gksxhA
7- LukrdksRrj laLFkk tgka Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa ugha gSa ds fy, U;wure vko’;drk,a -& LukrdksRrj laLFkk
tgkW Lukrd ikB~;dze vfLrRo esa ugha gSa fuEufyf[kr vko”;drkvksa dks iwjk djsxk uker~ %&
¼1½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze pykus okyh laLFkk ds ikl iw.kZr% lqlfTtr vLirky tSlkfd Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~
¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr
fofu;e esa fofnr gks] gksuk pkfg, A
¼2½ laLFkk ds ikl LukrdksRrj fof”k’Vrk ds izf”k{k.k ds fy, Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~ ¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa
layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr fofu;e ds vuqlkj leLr
midj.k ,oa vuqla/kku dh lqfo/kk,a gksuh pkfg,A
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 111
¼3½ laLFkk ds ikl LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze izkjEk djus ds fy, dsUnzh; vuqla/kku iz;ksx”kkyk ¼lsUVªy fjlZp yscksjsVªh½ ,oa
,fuey gkml pkfg,A ,fuey gkml LokfeRo esa vFkok lg;ksx ls gks ldrk gSA
¼4½ igys ls vfLRro esa LukrdksRrj laLFkku mij fy[ks mi&fofu;e ¼3½ dh vko”;drk dks 31 fnlacj 2016 dks iwjk
djsaxsA
¼5½vfrfjDr lgk;d LVkQ vFkkZr ck;ksdsfeLV] QkEkZk dkWyksfTkLV] ck;ks&LVsfVLVh”kh;u] ekbdzksck;ksyksftLV] dh
fu;qfDr gksus pkfg,A mudh “kSf{kf.kd ;ksX;rk fo’k; fo”ks’k esa LukrdksRrj vFkok led{k ;ksX;rk fdlh ekU;rk izkIr
fo”ofo|ky; ls gksuh pkfg,A
¼6½ fo’k; fo”ks’k esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze izkjaEk djus ds fy, ml fo’k; ds U;wure rhu v/;kid & ,d izk/;kid]
,d izokpd@lg izk/;kid ,oa ,d O;k[;rk@lgk;d izk/;kid( vFkok ,d izk/;kid vFkok ,d izokpd@lg
izk/;kid ,oa nks O;k[;rk@lgk;d izk/;kid( dh vko”;drk gksxhA
¼7½ laLFkk ds ikl va”kdkyhd vk/kkj ij f”k{k.k ds fy, lacaf/kr fo’k;d ijke”kZnkrk vFkok va”kdkyhd Vhpj tSlkfd
Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~ ¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e]
2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr fofu;e esa fofnr gks] gksuk pkfg, A
¼8½ “kSf{kf.kd l= 2017&18 ls LukrdksRrj foHkkx vFkok fo’k; fof”k’Vrk esa U;wure ,d izk/;kid vko”;d :Ik ls
gksuk pkfg,A
¼9½ r’kjhgqy cnu] equkQsmy vktk] bYeqy vnfo;k] bYeqy lSnyk] Ekfg;krqy vejkt+ ,oa t+jkgr foHkkxksa eas fuEufyf[kr xSj
“kSf{kf.kd LVkWQ dh vko”;rk gS
(i) iz;ksx”kkyk rduhf”k;u & 1 ¼,d½
(ii) iz;ksx”kkyk lgk;d & 1 ¼,d½
(iii) ifjpj vFkok pijklh vFkok cgqmns~n”kh; dk;ZdrkZ 1 ¼,d½

¼10½ mij fy[ks mi & fofu;e ¼9½ esa fofnr foHkkxksa ds vykok vU; foHkkxksa eas fuEufyf[kr xSj “kSf{kf.kd LVkWQ dh vko”;rk
gS%&

(i) dk;kZy; lgk;d ,oa MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj & 1 ¼,d½


(ii) ifjpj vFkok pijklh vFkok cgqmns~n”kh; dk;ZdrkZ & 1 ¼,d½

¼11½ laLFkk ds ikl jksxh foHkkx esa U;wure 75 “kS¸;k gksa ,oa xr ,d dSys.Mj o’kZ ds nkSjku ¼vFkkZr 365 fnu ,oa yhi
o’kZ eas 366 fnu½ vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa U;wure vko”;d okf’kZd “kS¸;k vf/kHkksx 50 izfr”kr~ ls vf/kd gksuk pkfg,A
¼12½ U;wure vko”;d ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr xr ,d dSys.Mj o’kZ ¼ 300 fnu½ ds nkSjku 120 izfrfnu gksuh
pkfg,A
¼13½ mUuhl LukrdksRrj lhV uSnkfud fo’k;kas easa “kS¸;kvksa dh mu la[;k ij tSlkfd mi & fofu;e ¼11½ esa fofnr gS
ns; gksaxhA mUuhl ls vf/kd uSnkfud fo’k;kas esa LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, mi&fofu;e ¼11½ esa fofnr “kS¸;kvksa ls
vfrfjDRk Nk= % “kS¸;k vuqikr 1%4 gksxkA
¼14½ fof”k’V uSnkfud fo’k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze pykus okys laLFkku vLirky esa Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~
¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr
fofu;e esa fofnr gks ds vuqlkj lacaf/kr ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ,oa iz;ksx”kkyk j[ksaxsA
izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure vkSlr la[;k tSlkfd mi & fofu;e ¼11½ ,oa 12 esa fofnr gS r; djus ds fy, lacaf/kr
ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa ejhtksa dh iw.kZ mifLFkfr ns[kh tk,xhA
¼15½ xSj uSnkfud fo’k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze pykus okys laLFkku vLirky esa Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~
¼;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds U;wure ekud vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la’kksf/kr
fofu;e esa fofnr gks ds vuqlkj dksbZ Hkh ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ,oa mlls lacaf/kr iz;ksx”kkyk
j[ksaxsA
izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure vkSlr la[;k tSlkfd mi & fofu;e ¼11½ ,oa 12 esa fofnr gS r; djus ds fy, lacaf/kr
ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa ejhtksa dh iw.kZ mifLFkfr ns[kh tk,xhA
¼16½ uSnkfud foHkkxksa esa uSnkfud LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, izR;sd 20 “kS¸;kvksa ij ,d Dyhfudy jftLVªkj vFkok ofj’B
vkoklh; vFkok vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dh vko”;drk gksxhA
fVIi.kh %&
fjDr “kSf{k.kd inksa ij fu;fer HkrhZ rd lsok fuo`Rr iz/;kid vFkok izokpd ,oa lgk;d iz/;kid ,oa O;k[;rk ,oa
lgk;d iz/;kid dks 65 o’kZ dh vk;q rd lafonk ij j[kk tk ldrk gSA
112 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

8- izos’k dh i)fr-&
1 lkekU; vH;FkhZ % ¼d½ Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e] 1970 dh f}rh; vuqlwph esa lfEefyr ekU;rk izkIr fo’ofo|ky; vFkok
laLFkku ls dkfey&,&frc&ok&tjkgr ¼cSpyj vkWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh½ dh mikf/k ;k lerqY; mikf/k /kkjd vkSj Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk i)fr
dh jkT; iaftdk esa izfo"V dksbZ O;fDRk LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze esa izos’k ds fy, ik= gksxkA

¼[k½ fo’ofo|ky; ;k l{ke izkf/kdkjh ,d izos’k lfefr dk xBu djsxk tks izos’k ls lEcfU/kr izfdz;k dk Ik;Zos{k.k djsxhA

¼x½ vH;fFkZ;ksa dk p;u LukrdksRrj izos’k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ ds ek/;e ls 100 vadks esa izkIr vafre izos’k lwpdkad ds vk/kkj ij gh fd;k
tk,xk rFkk LukrdksRrj izos’k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ dqy 100 vadksa dk gksxk ftlesa 80 izfr’kr vad Hkkj LukrdksRrj izos’k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½
dk gkssaxs ,oa 20 izfr’kr vad Hkkj Lukrd ikB~;dze esa izkIr vadksa ds gksaxs A

¼?k½ 100 vadks dh LukrdksRrj izos’k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ dk cgqfodYih; iz’ui= oLrqfu"B izdkj ds iz’uksa dk gksxk ftlesa dkfey&,&frc&ok
tjkgr ¼cSpyj vkWQ ;wukuh esfMflu ,.M ltZjh½ ikB~;dze ds lHkh fo"k; lekfo"V fd, tk,axsA

¼M+½ ;wukuh fpfdRlk ds fdlh fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k /kkjd fdlh vH;FkhZ dks ;wukuh fpfdRlk ds fdlh vU; fo"k; esa vxys ikWap o"kksZa ds
fy, LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze gsrq izos’k dh vuqefr ugha nh tk,xhA

¼p½ lkekU; Js.kh vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa izos’k gsrq izos’k&ijh{kk ds U;wure ik=rk vad dqy vadksa ds ipkl izfr’kr vad gksaxs rFkk vuqlwfpr
tkfr] vuqlwfpr tutkfr rFkk fu;fer ljdkjh lsok vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa pkyhl izfr’kr vad gksaxsA vU; fiNMh tkfr ds vH;kfFkZ;ksa ds fy,
U;wure ik=rk iSaÙkkfyl izfr’kr vad gksaxsA

¼N½ izk;ksftr vH;fFkZ;ksa dks mi&fofu;e ¼p½ esa fofufnZ"V vadksa dk izfr’kr izkIr djuk Hkh vko’;d gksxkA
¼t½ izk;ksftr fons’kh jkf"Vªdksa ¼ukxfjdksa½ dks mi&fofu;e ¼p½ esa fofufnZ"V vadksa dk izfr’kr izkIr djuk dh vko’;drk ugh gSA

¼>½ lHkh Jsf.k;ksa ds fy, vkj{k.k dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj }kjk le;&le; ij tkjh dh xbZ uhfr;ksa vFkok fn’kkfunsZ’kksa ds vuqlkj
ykxw gksxkA

¼´½ dksbZ vH;FkhZ ftls LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze dh fdlh fof’k"Vrk esa izos’k fey pqdk gks mls izos’k dh rkjh[k ls nks ekg dh vof/k ds
Hkhrj gh LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze gsrq ;wukuh fpfdRlk ds fdlh vU; fo"k; esa ifjofrZr gksus ;k izos’k ekaxus dh vuqefr lhV dh fjDrrk o xkbM
dh miYc/krk gksus ij nh tk,xhA
¼2½- lsokjr vH;FkhZ% ¼d½ vH;FkhZ ekU;rkizkIr vFkok vuqeksfnr ;wukuh fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; esa
lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa de ls de ikap o"kZ dh vof/k gsrq lsok esa gksxkA

¼[k½ vH;FkhZ LukrdksRrj izos’k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ esa mifLFkr gksaxs rFkk blesa vgZd vad izkIr djsaxsA
¼x½ vH;FkhZ laLFkk ls rhu o"kZ dk vodk’k ysaxsA vH;FkhZ dks f’k{kdksa gsrq fo’ofo|ky; }kjk fu;r lhV ds vuqikr esa izos’k fn;k tk,xkA
¼fo’ofo|ky; }kjk lsokjr f’k{k.k iznku djus okys vH;FkhZ ds fy, izR;sd fo"k; esa ,d lhV fu;r dh tk,xh½
¼?k½ lkekU; Js.kh vH;FkhZ ds ekeys esa vU; ’krsZ ogh jgsaxhA

9- ikB~;dze dh vof/k rFkk mifLFkfr-&


¼1½ LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze dh vof/k rhu o"kZ dh gksxhA
¼2½ Nk= dks okf"Zkd ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus ds fy, ik= gksus gsrq dqy O;k[;kuksa] iz;ksxkRed rFkk
uSnkfud f’k{k.k vFkok d{kkvksa esa de ls de 75 izfr’kr mifLFkfr lqfuf’pr djuh gksxhA
¼3½ v/;;u dh vof/k ds nkSjku Nk= dks vLirky dh rFkk vU; M~;wVh tSlh fd muds fy, fu;r dh xbZ gS] iwjh djuh gksxhA
¼4½ lEiw.kZ vof/k ds nkSjku uSnkfud fo"k; ds Nk=ksa dks vius lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa eas jsthMsUV M~;wVh djuh gksxh rFkk xSj uSnkfud fo"k; ds Nk=
muds lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa tSls HkS"kftdh] vkS"kf/k m|ku rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk esa M~;wVh djsaxsA
¼5½ Nk=ksa dks fo’ks"k O;k[;kuksa] izn’kZuksa] laxksf"B;ksa] v/;;u nkSjksa rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkxksa }kjk O;ofLFkr fd;s x;s vU; dk;Zdykiksa esa Hkkx ysuk gksxkA
¼6½ ikB~;dze iwjk djus dh vf/kdre vof/k izos’k dh rkjh[k ls 6 oÔZ gksxhA
¼7½ LUkkrdksRrj Nk= dh mifLFkfr osc vk/kkfjr dsUnzh;d`r ck;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh }kjk vkSj Nk= ds LukrdksRrj foHkkx ds Lrj ij eSuvqy
mifLFkfr vko’;d gksxhA
10- izf’k{k.k dh fof/k-& ¼1½ ikB~;dze ds izFke o"kZ ess Nk= dks ;wukuh ds lS)kafrd vkSj O;kogkfjd igyqvksa dk Kku izkIr djuk gksxk
¼2½ lacaf/kr fo"k; dk ’kkL=h; Kku rqyukRed xgu izf’k{k.k ds lkFk iznku fd;k tk,xkA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 113
¼3½ O;kogkfjd ,oa O;fdRkxr izf’k{k.k ij xgu tksj nsuk gksxkA
¼4½ Nk=ksa dks lwpuk izks|ksfxdh dk iz;ksx dj lacaf/kr {ks= esa vuqla/kku dh rduhd vkSj rjhdks ds ckjs esa Kku izkIr djuk gksxkA
¼5½ uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa dks LorU= :Ik ls jksfx;ksa dh fpfdRlk vkSj izcU/ku rFkk vkikrdkyhu fpfdRlk dh ftEesnkjh nh tk,xhA
¼6½ Nk= dks f’k{k.k izks|ksfxdh o vuqla/kku fof/k;ksa dk izf’k{k.k izkIr djuk gksxk ,oa i<+kbZ ds nkSjku Lukrd Nk=ksa vFkok buVuZ ds f’k{k.k o
izf’k{k.k dk;Zdzeksa esa Hkh Hkkx ysuk gksxkA
¼7½ uSnkfud izf’k{k.k esa Nk= dks ,d fo’ks’kK ds :Ik esa Lora= dke djus dk Kku izkIr djuk gksxkA
¼8½ eksvkyktkr] bYeqy tjkgr] vejkts mTu] vuQ ok gyd rFkk dckyr ok vejkts fuLoku dh fof’k"Vrkvksa esa Nk= dks lEcfU/kr
fof’k"Vrkvksa esa vUos"k.kkRed izfdz;kvksa] rduhdksa rFkk izfdz;kvksa rFkk izcU/ku ds ’kY;deZ fdz;k fu"iknu dk izf’k{k.k fn;k tk,xkA
11- ’kks/k izca/k-& ¼1½ Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifjÔn~ }kjk fu;qDr dsUnzh; oSKkfud lykgdkj iskLV xsztq,V lfefr gj ’kSf{kf.kd oÔZ /;ku dsfUnzr
fd;s tkus okys vuqla/kku vkSj foÔ;ksa ds {ks= dk lq>ko nsxhA ftlls oS’fod ekudks dh t:jr ds vk/kkj ij izekf.kr ;wukuh dks izpfyr djus
vkSj mls izdkf’kr djus esa lgk;d gksA fo’ofo|ky; lfefr Hkh ’kks/k izca/k dk ’khÔZd vuqeksnu djrs le; bl ckr dk /;ku j[ksxh A
¼2½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze es izos’k dh frfFk ls 6 ekg dh vof/k ds Hkhrj fo’ofo|ky; }kjk Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk vuqla/kku ifjÔn~ ¼vkbZ-lh-,e-
vkj-½ ds fn’kk funsZ’kksa ij xfBr vkpkj lfefr ds vuqeksnu ds lkFk ’kks/k izca/k dk ’khÔZd ,oa lkj fo’ofo|ky; dks izLrqr fd;k tk,xkA
¼3½ ;fn xSjuSnkfud foÔ; dk Nk= uSnkfud ijh{k.k ls tqM+k ’kks/k ’khÔZd ysrk gS rks Fkhlhl rS;kj djus ds fy, lacaf/kr foÔ; ds uSnkfud f’k{kd
dks lg xkbZM cukuk gksxkA
¼4½ ’kks/k izca/k ds lkj dh ,d izfr fo’fo|ky; esa izLrqr djus ls igys Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsunzh; ifjÔn~ dh oSKkfud lfefr dks izLrqr dh
tk,xhA
¼5½ ;fn Nk= mi&fofu;e ¼2½ eas fufnZ"V vof/k ds Hkhrj ’kks/k izc/a k dk ’khÔZd ,oa lkj izLrqr djus es foQy jgrk gS rks vafre LukrdksRrj
ikB~;dze dh vof/k lkj izLrqr djus ds le; ds vuqlkj 6 eghus ;k mlls vf/kd ds fy, c<+kbZ tk,xhA
¼6½ izLrkfor ;kstuk dk lkj izLrkfor fo"k; ls lacaf/kr dke dh fo’ks"kKrk] dk;Z ;kstuk] foHkkx dk uke] vkSj xkbZM ;k i;Zos{kd vkSj lg xkbZM
¼;fn dksbZ gks½ ds uke o in dk ladsr gksxkA fo’ofo|ky; lkj tek djus ds rhu eghus ds Hkhrj lkj dk vuqeksnu djsxkA
¼7½ ’khÔZd dk vuqeksnu djus ds fy, fo’ofo|ky; vuqla/kku v/;;u ds ,d cksMZ dk xBu djsxkA
¼8½ fo’ofo|ky; viuh osclkbV ij ’kks/k izca/k ds lkj ds vuqeksnu dks iznf’kZr djsxkA
¼9½ ’kks/k izca/k dk fo"k; vuqla/kku mUeq[k] O;kogkfjd mUeq[k] uohu vkSj ;wukuh iz.kkyh ds fodkl esa lgk;d gksA ’kks/k izca/k dk fo"k; fof’k"V
fo"k; ls lacaf/kr gksxkA
¼10½ ,d ckj tc ’kks/k izca/k ds ’khÔZd LukrdksRrj dks fo’ofo|ky; ds vuqla/kku v/;;u cksMZ us eatqjh ns nh] mlds ckn Nk= dks fo’ofo|ky;
dh vuqefr ds fcuk dke ds izLrkfor fo"k; ds ’khÔZd dks cnyus dh vuqefr ugha nh tk,xhA
¼11½ fdlh Hkh Nk= dks ikB~;dze ds iwjk gksus ds N% eghus igys ’kks/k izca/k tek djus dh vuqefr ugh nh tk,xh ,oa 3 lky ls igys ’kks/k izca/k
tek djus ds ckn Hkh ikB~;dze ds rhu lky iwjk djus ds fy, Nk= laLFkk esa fu;fer :Ik ls v/;;u tkjh djsxkA
¼12½ fo’ofo|ky; }kjk vuqeksfnr ’kks/k izca/k esa Nk= xkbM ;k Ik;Zos{kd ds ekxZn’kZu esa fd;s vuqla/kku ds rjhdks ,oa MkVk dks lfEefyr djsxkA
¼13½ ’kks/k izca/k esa egRoiw.kZ lkfgfR;d leh{kk] dk;Ziz.kkyh] vuqla/kku dk ifj.kke ,oa vuqla/kku ds vk/kkj ij ppkZ] lkjka’k] fu"d"kZ ,oa lanHkksZa
dk lekos’k gksxk ftlls ’kks/k izca/k izdk’ku ds fy, mi;qDr gksA
¼14½ ’kks/k izca/k de ls de pkyhl gtkj ’kCnksa ls feydj cusxkA
¼15½ ’kks/k izca/k ds var esa de ls de iUnzg lkS ’kCnksa dk lkjka’k ,oa ,d gtkj ’kCnksa dk fu"d"kZ gksuk pkfg,A
¼16½ xkbM ;k Ik;Zos{kd izksQslj ;k jhMj ;k O;k[;krk ;k foftfVax izksQslj ;k LukrdksRrj foHkkxksa esa lafonkRed ladk; gks ldrk gSA foftfVax
QSdYVh dks f’k{k.k LVkQ esa lfEefyr ugha fd;k tk,xkA
¼17½ ,d xSj&LukrdksRrj f’k{kd ds ikl LukrdksRrj Nk=ksa dks ekxZn’kZu djus ds fy, fof’k"V fo"k; ;k mlds ,ykbM fo"k; esa ikWap o"kZ dk
’kS{kf.kd vuqHko gksuk vko’;d gSaA
¼18½ Ik;Zos{kd ;k xkbM ds izek.k i= ds lkFk ca/ks gq, ’kks/k izca/k dh ikap izfr;ka vafre ijh{kk ls pkj eghus igys fo’ofo|ky; ds jftLVªkj ds
dk;kZy; es tek dh tk,xhA
¼19½ ’kks/k izca/k dk ewY;kadu fo’ofo|ky; }kjk fu;qDRk nks ckgjh vkSj nks vkarfjd ijh{kdksa }kjk fd;k tk,xkA
¼20½ mi&fofu;e ¼19½ ds rgr fu;qDr ijh{kdksa ds vuqeksnu ds ckn gh ’kks/k izca/k Lohdkj fd;k tk,xk vkSj ,d ckgjh ijh{kd }kjk vLohd`fr
ds ekeys esa ’kks/k izca/k fo’ofo|ky; }kjk vuqeksfnr rhljs ckgjh ijh{kd dks Hkstk tk,xkA
¼21½ ;fn ’kks/k izca/k nks ckgjh ijh{kdksa }kjk Lohdkj ugha fd;k tkrk gS rks bls ijh{kdksa dh fVIi.kh ds lkFk Nk= dks ykSVk fn;k tk,xkA ijh{kdkas
dh fjiksZV ds vkyksd esa vko’;d lq/kkj djus ds ckn Nk= ’kks/k izca/k dks fQj ls Ng eghus dh vfrfjDr vof/k ds Hkhrj fo’ofo|ky; dks tek
djsxkA
¼22½ ijh{kdksa }kjk ’kks/k izca/k ds vuqeksnu ds ckn gh Nk= dks LukrdksRrj fMxzh ikB~;dze dh vafre ijh{kk esa cSBus dh vuqefr nh tk,xhA
¼23½ varj & vuq’kkLkukRed vuqla/kku ds fy, lEcaf/kr fo’ks"krk ls xkbM ;k Ik;Zos{kd pquk tk ldrk gSA
12- ijh{kk ,oa ewY;kadu :- (1) LukrdksRrj fMxzh ikB~;dze esa fuEufyf[kr rjhds ls nks ijh{kk,a gksxh&
¼d½ izos’k ds ckn izkajfHkd ijh{kk] ,d ’kS{kf.kd o"kZ ds var esa vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA
114 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ vafre ijh{kk LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa izos’k ds ckn rhu ’kS{kf.kd o"kZ iwjs gksus ij vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA
¼x½ ijh{kk vkerkSj ij twu ;k tqykbZ vkSj uoacj ;k fnlacj ds eghus esa vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA
¼?k½ ijh{kk esa lQy ?kksf"kr fd, tkus ds fy, Nk= dks izkajfHkd ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa ikl gksuk gksxkA
¼M+½ ikl ?kksf"kr djus ds fy, Nk= dks vyx & vyx ls ipkl izfr’kr vad fl}kar fo"k;ksa vkSj izSfDVdy esa izkIr djus gksaxsA
¼p½ vxj ,d Nk= izkjafHkd ijh{kk esa foQy jgrk gS] mls vafre ijh{kk esa ’kkfey gksus ls igys izkjafHkd ijh{kk ikl djuh gksxh(
¼N½ vxj Nk= vafre ijh{kk esa izSfDVdy ;k F;kSjh fo"k; eas foQy jgrk gS] og ,d rktk ’kks/k izca/k izLrqr djus dh vko’;drk ds fcuk ckn
esas ijh{kk esa izdV gks ldrk gS (
¼t½ foQy jgs mEehnokjksa ds fy, ckn esa ijh{kk gj Ng eghus ds varjky ij vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA rFkk
¼>½ Nk= dks ’kks/k izca/k ds Lohd`r gksus o vafre ijh{kk esa ikl gksus ds ckn LukrdksRrj mikf/k ls lEekfur fd;k tk,xkA
(2) ijh{kk dk mn~ns”; Nk= dk fo”ks’k fo’k; esa uSnkfud dkS”ky] {kerk vkSj O;kogkfjd igyw esa dk;Zlk/kd Kku vkSj ,d
fo”ks’kK ds :Ik esa Lora= :Ik ls dke djus dh {kerk dk ijh{k.k djuk gksxkA
(3) uSnkfud ijh{kk dk mn~ns”; Nk= dk ;wukuh dk Kku ,oa fo’k; fo”ks’k esa oSKkfud lkfgR; dks ij[kuk gksxkA
(4) izSfDVy ds ekSf[kd ijh{kk Hkkx esa fo”ks’krk ds fdlh Hkh igyw ij O;kid ppkZ “kkfey dh tk,xhA
13- ijh{kk ds fo’k; %& (1) izos’k ds ckn ,d ’kS{kf.kd o"kZ ds var esa izkjafHkd ijh{kk fuEufyf[kr fo’k;ksa] ess vk;ksftr dh tk,xh %
iz”ui= &(I)
Hkkx v vuqla/kku fdz;kfof/k (
Hkkx c tSo ;k fpfdRlk lkaf[;dh(
iz”ui= &(II)
Hkkx v fo’k; dh cqfu;knh ckrksa dk ,WIykbM igyq(
Hkkx c lacaf/kr fo’k;A

(2) Nk= dks lacaf/kr foHkkx esa izf’k{k.k ls xqtjuk gksxk vkSj mls viuh pquh x;h fo’ks’krk esa fiNys nks o"kksZa ds nkSjku fd;s fuEufyf[kr dk;Z dk
ekfld fjdkMZ j[kuk gksxk %&
¼d½ fo’ks"krk ls lacaf/kr lkfgR; dk v/;;u(
¼[k½ uSnkfud fo"k; ds Nk= ds fy, vLirky esa fu;fer :Ik ls uSnkfud izf’k{k.k(
¼x½ xSj fpfdRlh; fo"k; ds Nk= ds fy, foHkkx esa fd;s tkus okys vuqla/kku dk;Z dk O;kogkfjd izf’k{k.k(
¼?k½ fofHkUu lsfeukj] laxksf"B;ksa vkSj fopkj foe’kZ esa Hkkx ysus( rFkk
¼M+½ ’kks/k izca/k esa fo"k; ij fd; x, dk;Z dh izxfrA
¼3½ mi &fofu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ"V igys o"kZ ds nkSjku izFke o"kZ ds LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze ds Nk=ksa }kjk fd, x, dk;Z dk vkdyu izkjafHkd ijh{kk
ls igys fd;k tk,xkA
¼4½ vafre ijh{kk ’kks/k izca/k] fyf[kr ijh{kk vkSj uSnkfud ;k O;kogkfjd vkSj ekSf[kd ijh{kk ij lfEefyr gksxhA
¼5½ izR;sd fo’ks"krk esa pkj ijh{kk i=] vkSj lacaf/kr fo’ks"krk ;k fo’ks"k v/;;u ds fy, Nk= }kjk p;fur mi fof’k"Vrkvksa ds lewg esa ,d
O;kogkfjd ;k uSnkfud vkSj ekSf[kd ijh{kk gksxhA
¼6½ Nk= dk ’kks/k dk;Z ij de ls de ,d i= if=dk ¼tuZy½ esa izdkf’kr ;k izdk’ku ds fy, Lohd`r gks vkSj ,d i= {ks=h; Lrj lxkS"Bh esa
izLrqr djsxkA

14- ijh{kk dh i}fr vkSj ijh{kd ¼,l½ dh fu;qfDr%& ¼1½ izkajfHkd vkSj vafre ijh{kk fyf[kr] O;kogkfjd] uSnkfud] vkSj ekSf[kd :Ik esa
vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA
¼2½ izkjafHkd ijh{kk nks ijh{kdksa dh Vhe }kjk ftlesa ls ,d ijh{kd fdlh vU; laLFkk ls gks vkSj vafre ijh{kk pkj ijh{kdkssa dh Vhe }kjk ftleas
ls nks ijh{kd Hkh vU; laLFkk ls gks lapkfyr dh tk,xhA
¼3½ lacaf/kr fo"k; esa ikap lky dk f’k{k.k vuqHko ;k vuqla/kku vuqHko gksus ij gh f’k{kd dks fujh{kd fu;qDr djus dk ik= ekuk tk,xkA
15- LukrdksRrj Nk=ksa ds fy, lqfo/kk,a %& othQk vkSj vkdfLedrk] dfUVUtsalh dsUnz ljdkj] lacaf/kr jkT; ljdkj] ;k fo’ofo|ky; ]}kjk
fu;af=r ¼tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½ laLFkkuksa esa muds }kjk r; njksa ij nh tk,xhA
16- f’k{kd &Nk= vuqikr & ¼1½ f’k{kd &Nk= vuqikr LukrdksRrj f’k{kdkas dh la[;k izR;ssd o"kZ izosf’kr LukrdksRrj Nk=ksa dh la[;k izksQslj
¼1%3½] jhMj ¼1%2½ ;k ,lksfl,V izksQslj tkjh j[kk tk,xkA
¼2½ ySdpjj ;k lgk;d@izksQslj ftUgsa ikWap o"kZ dk v/;;u vuqHko gksxk f’k{kd Nk= vuqikr ¼1%1½ gksxkA
17- LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze Nk=ksa dh vf/kdre la[;k %&
fdlh Hkh fo’ks"krk eas izfro"kZ Nk=ksa dh vf/kdre la[;k ckjg ls vf/kd ugh gksxh
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 115
18- funsZ’k dk ek/;e %&
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LukrdksRrj vgZrk ds fcuk izk/;kid] izokpd vkSj O;k[;krk ds in ij fu;qDr vFkok izksUufr ds fy, ik= gksaxsA
fVIi.kh 4 % lEcfU/kr fo"k;ksa esa izk/;kid vkSj izokpd ds in ij fu;qfDr vFkok izksUUkfr ds fy, xSj LukrdksRrj O;k[;krk rFkk izokpd dks
de ls de dze’k% rsjg vkSj vkB o"kksZ dk v/;kiu vuqHko j[kuk gksxk A ijUrq ;g micU/k bl vf/klwpuk ds izdk’ku dh frfFk
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tk,xkA
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¼1½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa izos’k dk vuqnku ;k vuqefr nsus ls bUdkj djus dh izfdz;k izR;sd ’kS{kf.kd l= eas 31 tqykbZ rd iwjh
dh tk,xhA
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d-uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
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esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 2016 dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016
No.11-77/2016-Unani (P.G. Regl.).— In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (i), (j) and (k) of sub-
section (1) of section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970) and in supersession of the Indian
Medicine Central Council (Post–graduate Unani Education) Regulation, 2007, except as respects things done or omitted
to be done before such supersession, the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central
Government, hereby makes the following regulations to regulate the education of post-graduate course in Unani
medicine, namely:-
1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council (Post-
Graduate Unani Medical Education) Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Definitions.- (1) In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,-
(a) “Act” means the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970);
(b) “Council” means the Central Council of Indian Medicine;
(c) “recognised institution” means an approved institution as defined under clauses (a) and (ea) of sub-section (1) of
section 2 of the Act.
(2) The words and expressions used herein and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively
assigned to them in the Act
3. Aims and objects.- The aims and objects of the post-graduate degree courses in Unani medicine shall be to
provide orientation of specialties and super specialties in Unani medicine and to produce experts and specialists, who can
be competent and efficient teachers, physicians, surgeons, pharmaceutical experts and researchers in their respective
fields.
4. Specialities for post-graduate degree courses.- The post-graduate degrees shall be allowed in the following
specialities as under:-
Table - A
Mahire Tib (Doctor of Medicine)
Sl. Name of specialty Clinical or Non- Nearest terminology of modern subject
No. clinical
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1 Kulliyate Tib Non-Clinical Basic Principles of Unani medicine
2 Munafe ul Aza Non-Clinical Physiology
3 Ilmul Advia Non-Clinical Pharmacology
4 Ilmul Saidla Non-Clinical Pharmacy
5 Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib Non-Clinical Preventive and Community medicine
6 Amraze Atfal Clinical Paediatrics
7 Moalajat Clinical Medicine
8 Mahiyatul Amraz Non-Clinical Pathology
9 Ilaj bit Tadabeer Clinical Regimen therapy
10 Amraze Jild wa Tazeeniyat Clinical Dermatology and Cosmetics
Table - B
Mahire Jarahat (Master of Surgery)
Sl. Name of speciality Clinical or Non- Nearest terminology of modern subject
No. clinical
(1) (2) (3) (4)
11 Tashreehul Badan Non-Clinical Anatomy
12 Ilmul Jarahat Clinical Surgery
13 Amraze Uzn, Anf wa Halaq Clinical Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat
14 Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan Clinical Obstetrics and Gynaecology

5. Nomenclature of post-graduate degree.- The nomenclature of post-graduate degree in respective specialities shall be
as under:-
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Table - A
Mahire Tib (Doctor of Medicine)
Sl.No. Nomenclature of speciality or degree Abbreviation
(1) (2) (3)
1. Mahire Tib –Kulliyate Tib M.D. (Unani) - Basic principles of Unani medicine
2. Mahire Tib –Munafeul Aza M.D. (Unani) - Physiology
3. Mahire Tib –Ilmul Advia M.D. (Unani) - Pharmacology
4. Mahire Tib –Ilmul Saidla M.D. (Unani) - Pharmacy
5. Mahire Tib –Tahaffuzi waSamaji Tib M.D. (Unani) - Preventive and Community
medicine
6. Mahire Tib –Amraze Atfal M.D. (Unani) - Paediatrics
7. Mahire Tib -Moalajat M.D. (Unani) - Medicine
8. Mahire Tib –Mahiyatul Amraz M.D. (Unani) - Pathology
9. Mahire Tib -Ilaj bit Tadabeer M.D. (Unani) - Regimenal therapy
10. Mahire Tib –Amraze Jild M.D. (Unani) - Dermatology
Table - B
Mahire Jarahat (Master of Surgery)
Sl.No. Name of speciality Abbreviation
(1) (2) (3)
11. Mahire Jarahat-Tashreehul Badan M.S. (Unani) - Anatomy
12. Mahire Jarahat-Ilmul Jarahat M.S. (Unani) - Surgery
13. Mahire Jarahat-Amraze Uzn, Anf wa Halaq M.S. (Unani) - Diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat
14. Mahire Jarahat- Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan M.D. (Unani) - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Tibb

6. Minimum requirement for post-graduate institution where under-graduate course is in existence.- The post-
graduate institute where under-graduate course is in existence shall fulfil following requirements namely:-
(1) The under-graduate institution which has completed minimum four and half years of under-graduate teaching shall be
eligible for applying to start post-graduate courses.
(2) The institute shall satisfy the entire minimum requirements of under-graduate training as specified in the Indian
Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached
Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(3) The institute shall have all the equipment and research facilities required for training in the related specialty and
subject as specified in Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate
Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(4) The institute shall have Central Research Laboratory and Animal House for starting post-graduate Course, Animal
House shall be either owned or in collaboration.
(5) The existing post-graduate Institutions shall fulfil this requirement as specified in sub-regulation (4) above before 31st
December, 2016.
(6) The Additional Ancillary staff like Biochemist, Pharmacologist, Bio Statistician, Microbiologist to be appointed and
the Qualification shall be Post Graduate degree in the subject concerned or equivalent qualification from a
recognized University.
(7) The minimum additional teaching staff required for starting post-graduate course shall be one Professor or Reader
and one Lecturer of the concerned subject, in addition to the teachers stipulated for under-graduate teaching, and the
speciality which does not exist as independent department at under-graduate level shall have minimum one
Professor or Reader and one Lecturer for starting post-graduate course.
(8) The post-graduate department or speciality shall have minimum one Professor in concerned subject or speciality from
the academic session 2017-18.
(9) In each of the department of Tashreehul Badan, Munafeul Aza, Ilmul Advia, Saidla, Mahiyatul Amraz and Jarahat,
the following non-teaching staff shall be required in addition to the under-graduate staff requirement:
(i) Laboratory technician - 1 (one)
(ii) Laboratory assistant - 1 (one)
(iii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(10) The institute shall have a fully equipped hospital consisting of minimum one hundred beds with speciality-wise
adequate facilities in all departments as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of
Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from
time to time.
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(11) In the post-graduate institute having under-graduate course with upto sixty seats, ten post-graduate seats in clinical
subjects shall be admissible within the bed strength as specified in sub-regulation (10) and for more than ten post-
graduate seats in clinical subjects, additional beds in the student: bed ratio of 1:4 shall be provided over the bed
strength as specified in sub-regulation (10).
(12) The post-graduate in non-clinical subject as specified in regulation 4 at serial number 1 to 5, 8 and 11 shall be
admissible on the basis of bed strength as specified in sub-regulation (10);
(13) The post-graduate institute having under-graduate course with sixty-one to hundred seats shall require additional
beds for post-graduate seats in clinical subjects in the student: bed ratio of 1:4 over the bed strength as specified in
sub-regulation (10).
(14) The minimum annual average bed-occupancy in In-Patient Department of the hospital during last one calendar year
(i.e.365 days and 366 days in case of a leap year) shall be more than fifty per cent. and minimum daily average
attendance of patients in Out-Patient Department of the hospital during last one calendar year (300 days) shall be
minimum one hundred and twenty patients per day for the colleges having post-graduate course(s) with upto sixty
under-graduate seats and two hundred patients per day for the colleges having post-graduate course(s) with sixty-
one to hundred under-graduate seats.
(15) In clinical departments, the additional beds increased for clinical post-graduate seats, one Clinical Registrar or
Senior Resident or Resident Doctor shall be provided for every twenty beds.
7. Post-graduate Institute where under-graduate course is not in existence - The post-graduate institute where under-
graduate course is not in existence shall fulfil following requirements namely:-
(1) The institute shall have fully developed Departments with infrastructure as specified in the Indian Medicine Central
Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals)
Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time, in which post-graduate course is being conducted.
(2) The institute shall have all the equipment and research facilities required for training in the related speciality and
subject as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-
graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(3) The institute shall have Central Research Laboratory and Animal House for starting post-graduate Course, Animal
House shall be either owned or in collaboration.
(4) The existing post-graduate Institutions shall fulfil the requirement as specified in sub-regulation (3) above before 31st
December, 2016.
(5) The Additional Ancillary staff like Biochemist, Pharmacologist, Bio Statistician, Microbiologist to be appointed and
the Qualification shall be Post Graduate degree in the subject concerned or equivalent qualification from a
recognized University.
(6) The department, in which post-graduate course is being conducted shall have minimum three faculties; one
Professor, one Reader/Associate Professor and one Lecturer/Assistant Professor; or one Professor or
Reader/Associate Professor and two Lecturers/Assistant Professors in each concerned subject or specialty.
(7) Consultants or part time teachers in concerned speciality as specified in as specified in the Indian Medicine Central
Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals)
Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time shall be engaged for teaching on part time basis.
(8) The post-graduate department or speciality shall have minimum one Professor in concerned subject or specialty from
the academic session 2017-18.
(9) In each of the department of Tashreehul badan, Munafeul Aza, Ilmul Advia, Saidla, Mahiyatul Amraz and Jarahat,
the following non-teaching staff shall be required:
(i) Laboratory technician - 1 (one)
(ii) Laboratory assistant - 1 (one)
(iii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(10) In each of department other than these departments specified in sub-regulation (9) above, following non-teaching
staff shall be required:
(i) Office Assistant or Data entry operator - 1 (one)
(ii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(11) Minimum seventy-five beds in In-Patient Department of the hospital and minimum annual average bed-occupancy
in In-Patient Department of the hospital during last one calendar year (365 days and 366 days in case of a leap year)
shall be more than fifty per cent.
(12) Minimum daily average attendance of patients in Out-Patient Department of the hospital during last one calendar
year (300 days) shall be minimum one hundred and twenty patients per day.
(13) Nineteen post-graduate seats in clinical subjects shall be admissible within the bed strength as specified in sub-
regulation (11) and for more than nineteen post-graduate seats in clinical subjects, additional beds in the student:
bed ratio of 1:4 shall be provided over the bed strength as specified in sub-regulation (11).
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(14) The institute conducting post-graduate course in clinical speciality shall have related Out-Patient Departments and
In-patient departments and laboratory in the hospital as per the Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of
Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from
time to time and the total attendance of patients in those Out-Patient Departments and In-Patient Departments shall
be taken in to account for the purpose of determining minimum daily average attendance of patients as mentioned in
sub-regulation (11) and (12).
(15) The institute conducting post-graduate course in non-clinical speciality shall have any of Out-Patient Departments
and In-Patient Departments and related laboratory in the hospital as per the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Unani Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016
as amended from time to time and the total attendance of patients in those Out-Patient Departments and In-patient
Departments shall be taken in to account for the purpose of determining minimum daily average attendance of
patients as mentioned in sub-regulations (11) and (12).
(16) In clinical departments, the beds for clinical post-graduate seats, one Clinical Registrar or Senior Resident or
Resident Doctor shall be provided for every twenty beds.
Note.-The vacant post may be filled up on contractual basis with the retired Professors or Readers or Associate
Professors or Lecturers or Assistant Professors below the age of sixty-five years in any department, till the
regular appointment is made.
8. Mode of admission.- (1) Regular Candidates: (a) A person holding degree of Kamile Tib-o-Jarahat (Bachelor of
Unani Medicine and Surgery) or equivalent degree from a recognised University or institution included in the Second
Schedule of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 and enrolled in the Central or State Register of Indian
System of Medicine shall be eligible for admission in the post-graduate degree courses;
(b) The State Government or University concerned shall conduct the admission process;
(c) The Selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of final merit index calculated out of total of hundred marks
based on eighty per cent. weightage to the post-graduate entrance test (PGET) and twenty per cent. weightage to the
marks obtained in under-graduate course;
(d) The post-graduate entrance test (PGET) of hundred marks shall consist of one common written test of multiple choice
questions covering all the subjects of Kamile Tib O Jarahat (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery) course;
(e) A candidate possessing post-graduate degree in one subject of Unani medicine shall not be allowed admission in
any other subject of Unani medicine for post-graduate course for the next five years;
(f) The minimum eligibility marks of the entrance test for admission in the case of general candidates shall be fifty per
cent. of the total marks, in the case of candidates belonging to the Schedule Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and
regular Central or State Government service candidate shall be forty per cent. and in the case of candidates
belonging to the Other Backward classes shall be forty-five per cent.;
(g) The sponsored candidates shall also be required to possess the percentage of marks specified in sub-regulations (f);
(h) The sponsored foreign national’s candidates shall not be required to possess the percentage of marks specified in
sub-regulations (f);
(i) Reservation for all categories shall be applicable as per the policy of the Central Government or the concerned State
Government;
(j) Change of subject shall be permissible within a period of two months from the date of admission, subject to
availability of vacancy and guide in the concerned department.
(2) In-service candidates: (a) The applicant shall be in service minimum for a period of five years in the concerned
subject in a recognized or approved Unani medical college;
(b) The applicant shall appear in the post-graduate entrance test (PGET) and obtain qualifying marks in it;
(c) The candidate shall take three years leave from the concerned office. He shall be given admission against the seat
allocated by the University for teachers. (one seat in each subject shall be allocated for in-service teaching
candidate by the University);
(d) Other conditions shall remain same as in case of a regular candidate.

9. Duration of course and attendance.- (1) The student shall have to undergo study for a period of three years after the
admission.
(2) The student shall have to attend minimum seventy-five per cent. of total lectures, practicals and clinical tutorials or
classes to become eligible for appearing in the examination.
(3) The student shall have to attend the hospital and other duties as may be assigned to him during the course of study.
(4) The students of clinical subject shall have to do Resident duties in their respective departments and student of non-
clinical subject shall have duties in their respective departments like Pharmacy or Herbal Garden or Laboratory
during the course of study.
(5) The students shall attend special lectures, demonstrations, seminars, study tours and such other activities as
arranged by the teaching departments.
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(6) The maximum duration for completion of the course shall not exceed beyond the period of six years from the date of
admission to the course.
(7) Web based centralised biometric attendance system shall be required for the attendance of post-graduate student’s
and manual attendance at department level in which student is pursuing the post-graduate course.
10. Method of training.- (1) In the first year of the course, the students shall have to acquire knowledge in the applied
aspects of the fundamentals of Unani.
(2) Intensive training shall be provided in classical knowledge along with comparative and critical study in the respective
specialty.
(3) The emphasis shall be given on intensive applied and hands on training.
(4) The students shall have to acquire the knowledge about the methods and techniques of research in the respective
fields making use of information technology.
(5) In clinical subjects, students shall undertake responsibility in management and treatment of patients independently
and deal with emergencies.
(6) The student shall undertake training in teaching technology and research methods and shall participate in the teaching
and training programs of under-graduate students or interns in the respective subjects during the course of studies.
(7) In the clinical training, the student shall have to acquire the knowledge of independent work as a specialist.
(8) In the specialties of Moalajat, Ilmul Jarahat, Amraze Uzn, Anf wa Halaq and Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan the student
shall have to undergo training of investigative procedures, techniques and surgical performance of procedures and
management in the respective specialty.
11. Dissertation.- (1) Central Scientific Advisory Post Graduate Committee appointed by Central Council of Indian
Medicine shall suggest the areas of Research and topics to be focussed every academic year to make compaigning of
evidence based Unani to the need of global standards and achieve publications and the same shall be followed by
University Committee while approving the Dissertation title.
(2) The title of the dissertation along with the synopsis, with approval of the Ethics Committee constituted by the institute
as per regulations of concerned recognised University or guidelines of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR),
shall be submitted to the University within a period of six months from the date of admission to post-graduate
course.
(3) If a non-clinical subject student takes a thesis topic involving clinical trials then he/she shall work under co-guide of a
clinical teacher of the specialty concerned for preparing the thesis.
(4) A copy of the synopsis of the dissertation shall be submitted to the Central Council of Indian Medicine’s Scientific
Committee before submitting to the University.
(5) If the student fails to submit the title of dissertation and synopsis within the period specified under sub-regulation (2),
his terms for final post-graduate course shall be extended for six months or more in accordance with the time of
submission of the synopsis to the University.
(6) The synopsis of the proposed scheme of work shall indicate the expertise and action plan of work of the student
relating to the proposed theme of work, the name of the department and the name and designation of the guide or
supervisor and co-guide (if any).
The University shall approve the synopsis not later than three months after submission of the synopsis.
(7) A Board of Research Studies shall be constituted by the University for approving the title.
(8) The University shall display the approved synopsis of dissertation on their website.
(9) The subject of every dissertation shall be research oriented, practical oriented, innovative and helpful in the
development of Unani system and the subject of the dissertation shall have relation with the subject matter of the
specialty.
(10) Once the title for dissertation is approved by the Board of Research Studies of the University, the student shall not
be allowed to change the title of the proposed theme of work without permission of the University.
(11) No student shall be allowed to submit the dissertation before six months of completion of course and the student
shall continue his regular study in the institution after submission of dissertation to complete three years.
(12) The dissertation shall contain the methods and data of the research carried out by the student on the problem selected
by him and completed under the guidance of the guide or supervisor approved by the University.
(13) The dissertation shall consist critical review of literature, methodology, results of the research, discussion on the
basis of research findings of the study, summary, conclusion and references cited in the dissertation shall be suitable
for publication.
(14) The dissertation shall consist of not less than forty thousand words.
(15) The dissertation shall contain, at the end, a summary of not more than one thousand and five hundred words and the
conclusion not exceeding one thousand words
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(16) The guide or supervisor shall be a person of status of a Professor or Reader or Lecturer having post-graduate degree
or Visiting Professor or a contractual faculty in the post-graduate departments. Visiting faculty will not be
considered in teaching strength.
(17) A non-post-graduate teacher, for providing guidance to the post-graduate scholars, shall have minimum five years
teaching experience in the concerned or allied subject.
(18) Five copies of the bound dissertation along with a certificate from the supervisor or guide shall reach the office of
the Registrar of the University four months before the final examination.
(19) The dissertation shall be assessed by two external and two internal examiners appointed by the University.
(20) The dissertation shall be accepted only after the approval of examiners appointed under sub-regulation (19) and in
case of disapproval by one external examiner, the dissertation shall be referred to third external examiner approved
by the University concerned.
(21) If the dissertation is not accepted by two external examiners, the same shall be returned to the student with the
remarks of the examiners and the student shall resubmit the dissertation after making necessary improvement in the
light of examiners’ report to the University within a further period of six months.
(22) The student shall be permitted to appear in the final examination of post-graduate degree course only after approval
of the dissertation by the examiners.
(23) Inter-disciplinary research may be done by co-opting the guide or supervisor from the concerned speciality.
12. Examination and assessments.- (1) The post-graduate degree course shall have two examinations in the following
manner:-
(a) the preliminary examination shall be conducted at the end of one academic year after admission;
(b) the final examination shall be conducted on completion of three academic years after the admission to post-
graduate course;
(c) examination shall ordinarily be held in the month of June or July and November or December every year;
(d) for being declared successful in the examination, student shall have to pass all the subjects separately in
preliminary examination;
(e) the student shall be required to obtain aggregate fifty per cent. marks in practical and theory subjects
separately to be announced as pass;
(f) if a student fails in preliminary examination, he shall have to pass before appearing in the final examination;
(g) if the student fails in theory or practical in the final examination, he may appear in the subsequent examination
without requiring to submit a fresh dissertation;
(h) the subsequent examination for failed candidates will be conducted at every six months interval; and
(i) the post-graduate degree shall be conferred after the dissertation is accepted and the student passes the final
examination.
(2) The examination shall be aimed to test the clinical acumen, ability and working knowledge of the student in the
practical aspect of the specialty and his fitness to work independently as a specialist.
(3) The clinical examination shall be judge the competence of the student in Unani and scientific literature of the
specialty.
(4) The viva-voce part of the practical examination shall involve extensive discussion on any aspect of subject or
specialty

13. Subjects of examination.- (1) The preliminary examination at the end of one academic year after admission shall be
conducted in the following subjects, namely:-
Paper I-
Part A- Research Methodology;
Part B- Bio or Medical Statistics;
Paper II-
Part A- Applied aspects of fundamentals regarding concerned subjects;
Part B- Concerned subject.
(2) The student shall have to undergo training in the department concerned and shall maintain month-wise record of the
work done during the last two years of study in the specialty opted by him as under:-
(a) study of literature related to specialty;
(b) regular clinical training in the hospital for student of clinical subject;
(c) practical training of research work carried out in the department, for student of non-clinical subject;
(d) participation in various seminars, symposia and discussions; and
(e) progress of the work done on the topic of dissertation.
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(3) The assessment of the work done by the students of first year post-graduate course during the first year as specified in
sub-regulation (2) shall be done before the preliminary examination.
(4) The final examination shall include dissertation, written papers and clinical or practical and oral examination.
(5) There shall be four theory papers in each specialty and one practical or clinical and viva-voce examination in the
concerned specialty or group of sub-specialties selected by the student for special study.
(6) The student shall publish or get accepted minimum one research paper on his research work in one journal and one
paper presentation in regional level seminar.
14. Mode of examination and appointment of examiner(s).- (1) The preliminary examination and final examination
shall be held in written, practical, clinical and oral examination.
(2) The preliminary examination shall be conducted by a team of two examiners, out of which one examiner shall be
external from any other institution and final examination shall be conducted by a team of four examiners, out of
which two examiners shall be external from any other institution.
(3) A teacher with five years teaching or research experience in concerned subject or specialty shall be considered
eligible for being appointed as an examiner.
15. Facilities for post-graduate students.-The stipend and contingency shall be provided at the rates decided by the
Central Government for institutes of its control or respective State Government for institutes of its control or University,
as the case may be.
16. Teacher - student ratio.- (1) The teacher-student ratio shall be such that the number of post-graduate teachers to the
number of post-graduate students admitted per year is maintained as one is to three (1:3) in case of Professor, one is to
two (1:2) in case of Reader or Associate Professor.
(2) The teacher student ratio shall be one is to one (1:1) in case of Lecturer or Assistant Professor having minimum five
years teaching experience.
17. The maximum number of students in post-graduate course.- The maximum number of students per year per
speciality shall not exceed twelve.
18. Medium of instruction - The medium of instruction shall be Urdu or Hindi or any recognised regional language or
English.
19. Qualifications and Experience for teaching staff.- The qualifications and experience for teaching staff shall be as
follows:-
(a) Essential qualification-
(i) A Bachelor degree in Unani Medicine from a University as recognised under the Act;
(ii) a Post-graduate degree in the subject or speciality concerned included in the Schedules to the Act.
(b) Desirable-
(i) post-graduate teaching experience in the respective discipline;
(ii) original published papers or books on the concerned subject;
(iii) good knowledge of Arabic or Persian and English.
(c) Experience-
(i) For the post of Professor: Total teaching experience of ten years in concerned subject or five years teaching
experience as Associate Professor (Reader) in concerned subject or total ten years research experience in
regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union territory or
University or National Institutions with not less than five papers published in journal.
(ii) For the post of Reader or Associate Professor: Teaching experience of five years in concerned subject or
total five years research experience in regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State
Government or Union territory or University or National Institutions with not less than three papers published
in journal.
(iii) For the post of Assistant Professor or Lecturer at the time of first appointment, the age shall not exceed
forty-five years and no teaching or research experience is required.
(d) Qualification and experience for the post of Head of the Institution – The qualification and experience for the
post of Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director) shall be the qualification and experience prescribed for the
post of Professor .
(e) Provision for allied subjects: In absence of the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the subject concerned as
mentioned in column (2) of the table, the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the allied subjects as mentioned in
column (3) of the table, shall be considered eligible for the post of Lecturer or Assistant Professor, Reader or Associate
Professor and Professor:-
Table
S. No Subject Allied Subjects
(1) (2) (3)
1. Tashreehul Badan Ilmul Jarahat or Kulliyate Tib
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 123
2. Munafeul Aza Kulliyate Tib
3. Saidla Ilmul Advia
4. MahiyatulAmraz Moalajat or Kulliyate Tib
5. Ilaj bit Tadabeer Moalajat or Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib
6. Amraze Jild Moalajat
7. Amraze Uzn, Anf, Halaq wa Asnan Ilmul Jarahat or Moalajat
8. Amraze Ain Ilmul Jarahat or Moalajat
9. Ilmul Atfal Moalajat or Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan

Note 1: The provision of allied subjects may be allowed for five years from the date of publication of these regulations.
Note 2: The teacher(s) who had been considered eligible in the past on the basis of the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Post-Graduate Education) Regulations, 1979 and the Indian Medicine Central Council (Post-graduate Unani
Education) Regulations, 2007, shall not be considered ineligible after publication of these regulations.
Note 3: Teachers who are working in recognized Unani medical colleges and appointed prior to year 2007 shall be
eligible for appointment or promotion for post of Professor, Reader and Lecturer in the respective discipline
without post-graduate qualification.
Note 4: For appointment or promotion to the post of Professor and Reader in the respective disciplines, the non-post-
graduate Lecturer and Reader shall have minimum thirteen years, and eight years of teaching experience
respectively. Provided that this provision shall continue for five years from the date of publication of this
notification in official Gazette.
Note 5: The research experience of regular Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) holder may be considered equivalent to one
year teaching experience
20. Date of completion of permission process and cut-off-date for admissions in Unani Colleges.- (1) The process of
grant or denial of permission to the Unani colleges for taking admissions in post-graduate courses shall be completed by
the 31st July of each academic session.
(2) The cut-off-date for admissions in post-graduate courses shall be 30th September of each academic session.

K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secy.
[ADVT. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note - If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council (Post-
Graduate Unani Medical Education) Regulations, 2016 the English version will be treated as final.

vf/klwpuk
ubZ fnYyh] 7 uoEcj] 2016
la- 18&12@2016 fl) ¼flysCkl&;w-th-½ & Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~] vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ dh /kkjk 36 dh
mi&/kkjk ¼1½ ds [kaM ¼>½] ¼Œk½ vkSj ¼V½ ds }kjk iznRr 'kfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~] dsUnz ljdkj dh iwoZ
Lohd`fr ls ^^Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 1986 esa vkxs la’kks/ku djrs gq,
fuEu fofu;eksa dk fuekZ.k djrh gS] ;Fkk%&
1-laf{kIr uke ,oa izkjEHk %& ¼1½ bu fofu;eksa dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½
fofu;e] 2016 dgk tk;sxkA
¼2½ ;s fofu;e ljdkjh jkti= esa muds izdk’ku dh frfFk ls izHkkoh gksaxsA
2- Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 1986 dh fo|eku vuqlwph&kk ds fy,
fuEu dks izfrLFkkfir fd;k tk,xk] ;Fkk %&
vuqlwph&II
¼fofu;e 6 ns[ksa½
fl) e:Fkqok vfjXukj ikB~;dze ds fy, U;wure Lrj
1- mís'; ,oa iz;kstu
fl) dh Lukrd f’k{kk dk mn~ns’; O;kid izk;ksfxd izf’k{k.k ds lkFk vk/kqfud fpfdRlk esa oSKkfud izxfr ds Kku lfgr fl) dk xgu Kku j[kus
okys Lukrd rS;kj djuk gksxk tks fd LokLF;&lsok dk;Z djus esa iw.kZr% l{ke ,oa n{k fl) ds dk;&fpfdRld ,oa 'kY;&fpfdRld gksxsaA
2- izos’kkgZrk %& fl) dh Lukrdh; f’k{kk esa izos’k ;ksX;rk fuEu izdkj gaS %&
124 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼d½ foKku fo"k; ds lkFk 12oha d{kk ;k fdlh fo’ofo|ky; ;k cksMZ }kjk ekU;rkizkIr dksbZ vU; led{k ijh{kk HkkSfrd 'kkL=] jlk;u 'kkL= vkSj
tho foKku fo"k;ksa esa 50% leqPp; vadks ds lkFk ijh{kk mRrh.kZ dh gksA
¼[k½ vkjf{kr Js.kh ;k fo’ks"k Js.kh tSlk fd ’kkjhfjd fodykax Nk=ksa 10+2 ds cSpyj vkWQ fl) esfMflu ,.M ltZjh esa izos’k gsrq rr~dky
ykxw fu;ekuqlkj vadksa esa NwV nh tk;sxhA
¼x½ vH;FkhZ us nloh d{kk ;k gk;j lSdUMjh ikB~;dze rfey fo"k; lfgr mRrh.kZ fd;k gksA
¼?k½ tks vH;FkhZ mi;qZDr [k.M ¼x½ ds v/khu ugha vkrk gS mls izFke O;kolkf;d ikB~;dze esa rfey dk v/;;u djuk gksxkA
¼M½ fons’kh Nk=ksa ds fy, dksbZ Hkh vU; led{k vgZrk tks fd lEcfU/kr izkf/kdkjh }kjk vuqeksfnr gksA
3- ikB~;dze dh vof/k %& ikB~;dze dh vof/k ikWap o"kZ ,oa N% ekg gksxh
ftlesa lekfo"V gS&
¼d½ izFke O;kolkf;d & 12 ekg
¼[k½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d & 12 ekg
¼x½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d & 12 ekg
¼?k½ vafre O;kolkf;d & 18 ekg
¼M+½ vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof’k[kkuqizos’k & 12 ekg
4- iznku dh tkus okyh mikf/k %&
vH;FkhZ dks v/;;u dh foLr`r fu;r vof/k iw.kZ djus] lHkh ijh{kk,a mRrh.kZ djus rFkk 12 ekg ds vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof’k[kkuqizos’k dks iw.kZ djus
ds i’pkr~ fl) e:Fkok vfjXukj ¼cSpyj vkWQ fl) esMhflu ,.M ltZjh & ch-,l-,e-,l-½ dh mikf/k iznku dh tk;sxhA
5- f’k{kk dk ek/;e %&ikB~;dze dh f’k{kk dk ek/;e
rfey vFkok fgUnh vFkok dksbZ ekU;rkizkIr {ks=h; Hkk"kk vFkok vaxzsth gksxhA
6- ijh{kk dh iz.kkyh%& ¼1½
¼d½ izFke O;kolkf;d l= lk/kkj.kr;k tqykbZ esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk izFke O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d 'kS{kf.kd l= dh lekfIr
ij gksxhA
¼[k½ izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEufyf[kr fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk%&
(i) fl) e:Fkqok vfnIiMbZ FkkFkqouxyqe ojkyk:e ¼bfrgkl ,oa ekSfyd fl)kUr vkWQ fl) fpfdRlk½(
(ii) rfey Hkk"kk vkSj vfHkO;fDr’khy vaxszth ¼tgka ykxw gS½(
(iii) m;hj osf/k;ky ¼ck;ks dSesLVªh½%
(iv) e:Fkqok Fkokjy;ky ¼esfMluy ckWVuh ,oa QkekZdksykWth½ ( ,oa
(v) uqUuqf;fj;ky ¼ekbZdzks ck;ksyksth½
¼x½ izFke O;kolkf;d ikB~dze esa vuqRrh.kZ Nk= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ikB~dze gsrq fucU/ku ds fy, ik= gksxk] rFkkfi tc rd og Nk= izFke
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa mRrh.kZ ugha gks tkrk] rc rd ml Nk= dks r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa cSBus dh vuqefr ugh gksxh ,oa
izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k; mRrh.kZ djus ds vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esas vf/kdre pkj volj fn, tk;saxsA
(2) ¼d½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d l= izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ ekg esa izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk iw.kZ gksus
ds Ik’pkr~ ,oa f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds ,d o"kZ ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ ebZ@twu ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEu fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk%&
(i) mMy dw:xy ¼,ukVkWuh ½ isij I(
(ii) mMy dw:xy ¼,ukVkWuh ½ isij II(
(iii) mMy FkFkqoe ¼fQft;ksykWth½ isij I(
(iv) mMy FkFkqoe ¼fQft;ksykWth½ isij II(
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 125

(v) fl) e:Fkqok ewfyxbZ vfjfo;ky ¼fl) esfMluy gcZy lkbZUl½( ,oa
(vi)fl) e:Fkqok dfuek] dfuek osfFk;ky ,oa fl) e:Fkqok foykufx;y ¼fl) esfMluy
ft;ksyksth] esfMluy dSesLVªh ,oa esfMluy twyksth½
¼x½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d ds vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ftlus izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ dj fy, gSa dks r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa
mifLFkr gksus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxh] ysfdu Nk= dks rc rd vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus dh vuqefr ugha nh tk;sxh rc rd Nk=
f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa dks mRrh.kZ ugha dj ysrk vkSj mls f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k; vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esa
mRrh.kZ djus gsrq vf/kdre pkj volj fn, tk;sxsaA
(3) ¼d½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa r`rh; O;kolkf;d
ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d o"kZ ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ ebZ@twu ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEu fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk] %&
(i) uksbZ ukMy&isij I ¼fl) iSFkksykWth½;
(ii) uksbZ ukMy&isij II ¼izhafliYl vkWQ ekWMZu iSFkksykWth½;
(iii) uksbZ vuqxkfo/kh vks>qDde ¼gkbZthu ,oa dE;wfuVh esfMflu bUdqfyfMaax us’kuy gsYFk iksfyflt ,oa LVsLVhDl½;
(iv) lRre lkuZFk e:Fkqoeqe uUtw e:Fkqoeqe ¼ QksjsUlhd esfMflu ,oa VksDlhdksykWth ½; ,oa
(v) jhlpZ esFkksMksykWth ,oa esfMdy LVsVhDl
¼x½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d vuqRrh.kZ Nk= tks izFke ,oa f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa mRrh.kZ gksxk mls vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa
mifLFkr gksus ds fy, vuqefr nh tk;sxh ,oa mls vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esa r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk pkj vf/kdre voljksa esa mRrh.kZ djus dh
vuqefr nh tk;sxhA
¼?k½ vuqla/kku iz.kkyh ds ’kS{kf.kd v/;;u gsrq ikVZ&VkbZe ck;ks&LVsfVf’k;u dh vuqla/kku iz.kkyh dh f’k{kk nsus gsrq vko’;drk gksxhA
¼4½ ¼d½ vafre O;kolkf;d l= 1 o"kZ ,oa N% ekg dh vof/k dk gksxk rFkk r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ
ekg esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k vafre O;kolkf;d l= ds 1 ½ o"kZ ,oa N% ekg iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ
fnlEcj ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa fuEufyf[kr fo"k; lekfo"V gksxsa %&
(i) e:Fkqoe ¼esfMflu½(
(ii) oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe ,oa fljkIiw e:Fkqoe ¼oeZe Fksjkih] ,DlVZuy Fksjkih ,oa Lis’ky esfMflu½(
(iii) v:obZ] Fkksy e:Fkqoe ltZjh bUdqfyfMax MsUVhLVªh ,oa MsjekVksykWth½(
(iv) lwy]exkfyj e:Fkqoe ¼vksCLVsVªhDl ,oa X;ukdksYkkWth½( ,oa
(v) dq>UFkbZ e:Fkqoe ¼isfM;kfVªDl½
¼x½ pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa ds fdlh ijh{kk esa pkj voljksa ds Ik’pkr~ vuqRrh.kZ Nk= dks fu;fer v/;;u dh c’ksZrs Nk= dh xEHkhj
O;fDrxr fcekjh ,oa vU; fdlh vifjgk;Z ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa lEcfU/kr fo’ofo|ky; dk mi&dqyifr fdlh Hkh O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa ,d vkSj volj
nsa vuqefr ugha nh tk;sxhA
¼?k½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k izksxkze esa ik=rk gsrq leLr pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa dks mi;qZDr lHkh voljksa vuqlkj vf/kdre uks o"kksZa esa mRrh.kZ
djuk gksxkA
7- vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof’k[kkuqizos’k & ¼1½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d o"kZ gksxh vkSj Nk= izFke ls vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa ds
leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ djus ds Ik’pkr~ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k esa lfEefyr gksus dk ik= gksxk ,oa fof’k[kkuqizos’k vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk dk
ifj.kke ?kksf"kr gksus ds Ik’pkr izkjEHk gksxkA
¼2½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk dk;Zdze ,oa le; foHkktu fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
¼d½ izf’k{kqvksa dks ,d vfHkfoU;kl dk;Z’kkyk ftls fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds izkjEHk ds izFke rhu fnolksa ds nkSjku vk;ksftr fd;k tk;sxk] esa
fu;eksa ,oa fofu;eksa lfgr fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds C;kSjs ls lEcfU/kr ,d vfHkfoU;kl fn;k tk;sxk ,oa izR;sd izf’k{kq dks ,d dk;Z&iqfLrdk nh
tk;sxhA izf’k{kq vius izf’k{k.k ds nkSjku mu xfrfof/k;ksa ds frfFkokj C;kSjs dh izfof"V djsxk(
126 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ izR;sd izf’k{kq fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze esa lfEefyr gksus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr jkT; cksMZ@ifj"kn~ esa viuk uke vLFkkbZ :i ls iathd`r djk,xk
rFkk bl laca/k esa izek.k&i= izkIr djsxk(
¼x½ izf’k{kq dk nSfud dk;Z&le; 8 ?kaVs ls de dk ugh gksxk(
¼?k½ lkekU;r% ,d o"khZ; fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze egkfo|ky; ls layXu fl) vLirky esa N% ekg ds uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k ,oa ih-,p-
lh@lh-,p-lh-@xzkeh.k vLirky@ftyk vLirky@flfoy vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh ljdkjh vLirky esa N% ekg ds
uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k esa foHkDr fd;k tk;sxk(
c’krsZa ftl jkT; esa jkT; ljdkj dh vuqefr fl) Lukrdksa dks vk/kqfud foKku ds vLirky ,oa vkS"k/kky; esa vuqefr ugh gS ,d o"kZ dk
fof’k[kkuqizos’k vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; ds vLirky esa iw.kZ djk;k tk;sxkA
¼3½ egkfo|ky; ls layXu fl) vLirky esa ;FkkfLFkfr N%@ckjg ekg dk uSnkfud ¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k fuEuor~ lapkfyr fd;k tk;sxk %&
dz-la- foHkkx N% ekg dk foHkktu Ckkjg ekg dk foHkktu
1- e:Fkqoe iSarkfyl fnu rhu ekg
2- oeZe] iqjek:Fkqoe ,oa fljkIiw e:Fkqoe iSarkfyl fnu rhu ekg
3- v:obZ] Fkksy e:Fkqoe ,d ekg nks ekg
4- lwy] exkyhj e:Fkqoe ,d ekg nks ekg
5- dq>UFkbZ e:Fkqoe iUnzg fnu ,d ekg
6- volkjk e:Fkqoe iUnzg fnu ,d ekg
¼4½ izf’k{kqvksa dk N% ekg dk izf’k{k.k jk"Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdze lss izf’k{kqvksa dks voxr ,oa ifjfpr djkus ds mn~ns’; ls dk;kZfUor fd;k tk;sxkA
izf’k{kqvksa dks ,sls izf’k{k.k dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysus gsrq fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh ,d laLFkku esa lfEefyr gksuk gksxk&
¼d½ izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz(
¼[k½ lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz@ftyk vLirky(
¼x½ ekU; ,oa vuqeksfnr vk/kqfud fpfdRlk dk dksbZ vLirky(
¼?k½ dksbZ ekU; ;k vuqeksfnr fl) vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky;
mi;qZDr lHkh laLFkku tks [k.M ¼d½ ls ¼?k½ rd vafdr gSa lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj }kjk izf’k{kq ds izf’k{k.k djus gsrq ekU; gksA
¼5½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k izf'k{k.k dk;Zdze gsrq foLr`r fn’kk funsZ’k
egkfo|ky; ds lkFk layXu fl) vLirky esa 06@12 ekg dk fof’k[kkuqizos’k uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k lapkfyr djus gsrq fn’kkfunZs’k ,oa izf’k{kq
dks uhps n’kkZ;s x;s lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa esa fuEufyf[kr xfrfof/k;ksa dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysuk gksxk%&
¼d½ e:Fkqoe&bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ,oa 15 fnu ;k rhu ekg fuEu fdz;kdykiksa lfgr gksxh %&
(i) lHkh uSR;d dk;Z tSls :X.k bfro`Rr ysuk] tkap] jksx funku rFkk lkekU; jksxksa dk fl) fpfdRlk }kjk izcU/ku(
(ii) uSR;d fpfdRlh; uSnkfud fod`fr ijh{k.k dk;Z tSls fgekXyksfcu dk vkadyu] iw.kZ fgeksxzke] ew= fo’ys"k.k] jDr ijthfo;ksa dk lw{en’khZ;
ijh{k.k] "Bhou ijh{k.k] ,oa ey ijh{kk vkfnA fl) i)fr ls ey ew= ijh{k.kA iz;ksx’kkyk ds tk¡p ifj.kke dk izfriknu rFkk fpfdRlh; tkap
rFkk funku djuk(A
(iii) uSR;d okMZ izfdz;k esa izf’k{k.k rFkk jksxh ds vkgkj rFkk vknrksa dh ns[k&js[k djuk rFkk vkS"kf/k dk;Zdze dk lR;kiu djukA
¼[k½ oeZe%&bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg iUnzg fnu ;k rhu ekl fuEu fdz;kdykiksa ds lkFk gksxh %&
(i) oeZe fcUnqvksa dh fdLe dk fu/kkZj.k;
(ii) oeZe izfdz;k ,oa rduhdh mi;ksx ls fofHkUu jksx foKku dh voLFkkvksa dk funku;
(iii) vUrjax ,oa ckg~; fpfdRlk lfgr bykDdqeqjbZ&xy izfdz;k;
(iv) Fkksdkue ij fo’ks"k egRo lfgr fofHkUu iqjkek:Fkqoe izfdz;k ,oa rduhd;
(v) vfLFk&Hkax vkSj foLFkkiu ,oa mudk izcU/ku;
(vi) tjkfpfdRlk ds;j ¼ewfi;y½;
(vii) lkbZdsfVªd ds’kksa dk izcU/ku ¼mykfijkt uksbZ½; ,oa
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 127

(viii) dk;kdiZe ¼jstwosus’ku FkSjih ,oa ;ksxe½;


¼x½ v:obZ ,oa Fkksy eq:Fkqoe %& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
(i) fl) fl)kUrksa ds vuqlkj lkekU; 'kY; fodkj dk funku rFkk izcU/ku(A
(ii) vo’;aHkkoh 'kY; vkikRdky tSls vfLFkHkax rFkk lfU/k&P;qfr] mnjh; vkikr fLFkfr bR;kfn dk izcU/ku(
(iii) lsfIVd] ,UVhlsfIVd rduhd rFkk thok.kquk’ku bR;kfn dk iz;ksxkRed ijh{k.k(
(iv) izf’k{kq dks iwoZ 'kY;fdz;k deZ rFkk i'pkr~ 'kY;fdz;k deZ izcU/kuksa esa vkosf"Vr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s(
(v) laosnukgkjh rduhd dk O;ogkfjd iz;ksx rFkk laosnukgkjh vkS"k/k dk iz;ksx(
(vi) fofdj.k fpfdRlk foKku izfdz;k] ,Dl&js dk uSnkfud izfriknu] vkbZ-oh-ih-] csfj;e ehy] lksuksxzkQh bR;kfn(
(vii) us=]dku] ukd] xyk ,oa ’kjhj ds vU; vaxksa dh lgk;d lk/kuksa ds lkFk tkWap
(viii) 'kY; izfdz;k rFkk uSR;d okMZ rduhd tSls %&
¼d½ rktk dVs@?kko dks Vkadk yxkuk(
¼[k½ ?kko] tys] QksM+s bR;kfn dh ejge&iV~Vh(
¼x½ QksM+s dk phjk(
¼?k½ jlkSyh dk mPNsnu(
¼M-½ f’kjk ’kY; fdz;k bR;kfn(
¼p½ xqnk jksxksa esa dkjkuwy dk vuqiz;ksx
(ix) ckg~; jksxh foHkkx Lrj ls tSls vatue] ufl;ke] vgkbZ foMy izfdz;k A
(x) lkekU; nkar] vO;oLFkk fu/kkZj.k ,oa izcU/ku
(xi) jDrnku cSad ,oa jDr vk/kku izfdz;k dk izf’k{k.k(

¼?k½ lwy] exkyhj e:Fkqoe &bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
(i) ,UVhusVy ,oa iksLV usVy leL;k,a ,oa mudh mipkj ,oa ,aVhusVy ,oa iksLV usVy ns[kjs[k(
(ii) lkekU; ,oa vfu;fer izlo izcU/ku( ,oa
(iii) y?kq ,oa cM+h izlwfr ’kY; izfdz;k,a
¼M½ dqa>uFkbZ e:oFkqoe & bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k iUnzg fnu ;k ,d ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
(i) izfrj{k.k izksxzke lfgr u, iSnk gq, f’k’kq ds ns[kjs[k( ,oa
(ii) egRoiw.kZ fpfdRlk leL;k,a ,oa mudk izcU/ku
¼p½ volkjk e:oFkqe &bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k iUnzg fnu ;k ,d ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls ifjfpr
,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
(i) vkgr ,oa vfHk?kkr izdj.kksa dh igpku ,oa izFke ykbZu izcU/ku( ,oa
(ii) mudks fpfgUr vLirkykasa esa Hkstus dh izfdz;k
¼6½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz ;k xzkeh.k vLirky ;k ftyk vLirky ;k flfoy vLirky ;k vk/kqfud fpfdRlk dk dksbZ ljdkjh
vLirky vFkok fl) vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky;&
128 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

(i) izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz vFkok xzkeh.k vLirky vFkok lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz vFkok ftyk vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh
ekU; vFkok vuqeksfnr vLirky vFkok fl) vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky; esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k ds nkSjku izf’k{kq dks%izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz dh fuR;p;kZ
rFkk muds vfHkys[k dk vuqj{k.k esa ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,(
(ii) xzkeh.k ,oa lqnwj {ks=ksa esa izpfyr fcekfj;ksa ,oa muds izcU/ku ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,(
(iii) izf’k{kqvksa dks izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz ds fpfdRlk@xSj fpfdRlk LVkWQ dh fuR;p;kZ ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg;s rFkk bl vof/k esa mUgsa LVkWQ ds
lkFk lnSo lEidZ esa jguk pkfg;s(
(iv) mUgsa iaftdk mnkgj.k Lo:Ik nSfud jksxh iaftdk] ifjokj fu;kstu iaftdk] ’kY; iaftdk ds vuqj{k.k ds dk;Z ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg;s rFkk
fofHkUu ljdkjh] LokLF; ;kstukvks@dk;Zdze essa lfdz; :Ik ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;s(A
(v) jkT;@ftyk ljdkj ds fofHkUu jk"Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdzeksa esa lfdz; :i ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;saA
¼7½ xzkeh.k fl) vkS"k/kky; ,oa vLirky esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k izf’k{k.k & xzkeh.k fl) vkS"k/kky; ,oa vLirky esa N% ekg ds fof’k[kkuqizos’k ds nkSjku
izf’k{kq dks
(i) xzkeh.k ,oa lqnwj {ks=ksa esa izpfyr fcekfj;ksa ,oa muds izcU/ku ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,(
(ii) xzkeh.k tula[;k ,oa fofHkUu izfrj{k.k ;kstukvksa ds LokLF; j{k.k v/;kiu esa lfEefyr gksukA
8- ewY;kadu %& fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa mUgsa vkcafVr fd;s x;s dk;Z dks iwjk djus ds i'pkr~ mUgsa lacaf/kr foHkkx esa muds }kjk fd;s x;s lsokfu"B
dk;Z ds laca/k esa foHkkxk/;{k }kjk fn;k x;k izek.k&i= izkIr djuk rFkk vUrr% mls laLFkku ds iz/kkukpk;Z@iz/kku ds le{k izLrqr djuk gS ftlls
fd lQyrkiwoZd fd;s x;s fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk lekiu Lohd`r fd;k tk ldsA
9- fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk LFkkukUrj.k% ¼1½ nks fHkUu fo’ofo|ky;ksa rFkk egkfo|ky;ksa ds chp LFkkukUrj.k ds ekeys esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk LFkkukUrj.k
ek= egkfo|ky; rFkk fo’ofo|ky; nksuksa dh lgefr ls gksxkA
¼2½;fn LFkkukUrj.k ek= egkfo|ky; ls egkfo|ky; dk gS ijUrq fo’ofo|ky; ogh gS rks ek= nksuks egkfo|ky;ksa dh lgefr dh vko’;drk gksxhA
¼3½;FkkfLFkfr laLFkku ;k egkfo|ky; }kjk tkjh pfj= izek.k&i= rFkk egkfo|ky; o fo’ofo|ky; }kjk vukifRr izek.k&i= ds lkFk vxzsf"kr fd;s
x;s vkosnu ds izLrqr fd;s tkus ij LFkkukUrj.k fo’ofo|ky; }kjk Lohd`r fd;k tk;sxkA
10- ijh{kk% (1) fl)kUr ijh{kk esa mRrh.kZ gksus ds fy, U;wure 50 izfr’kr vad vkSj 50 izfr’kr O;ogkfjd ;k uSnkfud tks izR;sd fo"k; essa
ykxww gSA
(2) fo"k; esa 75% vad izkIr djus okys vH;FkhZ dks ml fo"k; esa fo’ks"k ;ksX;rk iznku dh tk;sxhA
(3) iwjd ijh{kk fu;fer ijh{kk ds 6 ekg ds Hkhrj gksxh rFkk vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ;FkkfLFkfr bldh iwjd ijh{kk esa cSBus gsrq ik= gksaxsA
(4) ijh{kk esa cSBus ds fy, izR;sd fo"k; esa fl)kUr ,oa iz;ksxkRed d{kk esa Nk= dh U;wure 75% mifLFkfr vfuok;Z gksxhA
(5);fn dksbZ Nk= fdlh laKkukRed&dkj.k ds dkj.k fu;fer ijh{kk esa cSBus esa vlQy gks tkrk gS] rks og iwjd ijh{kk esa fu;fer Nk= ds
:i esa cSBsxkA ,sls ekeyksa esa fu;fer ijh{kk esa mldh vuqifLFkfr ,d iz;Ru ds :i esa ugha le>h tk;sxhA ,sls Nk= ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus ds
i'pkr~ fu;fer Nk=ksa ds lkFk v/;;u esa Hkkx ysxsa rFkk v/;;u dh vko’;d vof/k ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ vxyh O;kolkf;d ijh{kk gsrq
mifLFkr gksxsaA
(6) fo"k; esa d{kk dk;Z ds fu/kkZj.k ds le; fuEu rF;ksa dks fopkjk/khu j[kk tk;sxk%&
¼d½ mifLFkfr esa fu;ferrk
¼[k½ vkof/kd ijh{kk ,oa
¼x½ iz;ksxkRed dk;Z
11-LFkkukUrj.k% ¼1½ Nk= dks fdlh vU; egkfo|ky; ls viuk v/;;u tkjh j[kus gsrq izFke o"kZ dh ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus ds i'pkr~
LFkkukUrj.k ysus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA vuqRrh.kZ Nk=ksa dks LFkkukUrj.k rFkk e/;kof/k LFkkukUrj.k dh vuqefr ugh nh tk;sxhA
¼2½ LFkkukUrj.k gsrq] Nk= dks nksukss egkfo|ky;ksa rFkk fo’ofo|ky;ksa dh vkilh lgefr izkIr djuh gksxh rFkk LFkkukUrj.k fjDr lhV dh lqfuf’pfr
o Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ls vukifRr izek.k&i= izkIr djus ds i'pkr~ gksxkA
¹Hkkx IIIμ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 129
12- iz’u i=ksa dh la[;k rFkk fl)kUr@fdz;kRed ekSf[kd ds fy;s vad
fo"k; dk uke f'k{k.k ds ?k.Vksa dh la[;k vf/kdre vadks dk fooj.k
fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy iz’u i=ksa dh fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy
la[;k
izFke O;kolkf;d
1- fl) e:Fkqok vfnIiMbZ 150 &&& 150 ,d 100 &&& 100
FkkFkqouxyqe ojkyk: ¼fgLVªh ,oa
Q.MkesUVy izhafliy vkWQ fl)
esfMflu½
2- fofu;e 2 ds [k.M ¼ch½ ,oa 100 &&& 100 ,d 100 &&& 100
¼lh½ izos’k ds fy, ;ksX;rk rfey
Hkk"kk ykxw gS
3- vfHkO;fDr’khy vaxzsth 100 &&& 100 ,d 100 &&& 100
4- m;hj osf/k;ky ¼ck;ks&dSfeLVªh½ 150 100 250 ,d 100 100 200
5- e:Fkqok Fkkojk b;y ¼esfMluy 200 100 300 ,d 100 100 200
cksVuh ,oa QkekZdksuksth½
6- uqUuqf;jh;y ¼ekbZdzks ck;ksyksth½ 100 100 200 ,d 100 100 200
f}rh; O;kolkf;d
1- mMy dw:xy ¼,ukVkseh½ 200 150 350 nks 200 100 300
2- mMy FkkFkqoe ¼fQft;ksyksth½ 150 100 250 nks 200 100 300
3- xq.kkine& e:Fkqb;y 200 100 300 nks 200 100 300
¼QkekZdksyksth½
4- xq.kkine& e:UFkkdkfo;y 200 100 300 nks 200 100 300
¼QkekZlh;ksfVdYl½
r`rh; O;kolkf;d
1- uksbZ ukMy&isij k ¼fl) 200 100 300 ,d 100 100 200
iSFkksyksth½
2- uksbZ ukMy&isij kk ¼izhafliy vkWQ 150 100 250 ,d 100 100 200
ekWMZu iSFkksyksth½
3- uksbZ vuqxkfo/kh vks>qDde 100 &&& 100 ,d 100 &&& 1001
¼gkbZthu ,oa dE;wfuVh esfMflu
bUdqfyfMax us’kuy gsYFk iksfyflt
,oa LVsfVDl½
4- lRre lkjUFkk e:Fkqoe uUtw 150 100 250 ,d 100 100 200
e:Fkqokeqe ¼QksjsfUld esfMflu
,oa VkDlhdksyksth½
5- fjlpZ esFkksMksyksth ,oa esfMdy 100 &&& 100 ,d 100 &&& 100
LVsfVDl
vfUre O;kolkf;d
1- e:Fkqoe ¼esfMflu½ 150 200 350 ,d 100 100 200
2- oeZe] iqjke:Fkqoe ,oa 150 200 350 ,d 100 100 200
fljkIiwe:Fkqoe ¼oeZe Fksjkih
,DlVZuy Fksjki ,oa Lis’ky
esfMflu½
3- v:obZ] Fkksy e:Fkqoe ¼ltZjh 150 200 350 ,d 100 100 200
bUdqfyfMax MsULVªh ,oa MekZVksyksth½
4- lwy] exkyhj e:Fkqoe 100 175 275 ,d 100 100 200
¼vksClVsVªhDl ,oa X;kukdksyksth½
5- dq>UFkbZ e:Fkqoe ¼isfM;kfVªDl½ 100 175 275 ,d 100 100 200
130 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

13-f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko%& f’k{k.k LVkQ gsrq vgZrk;s ,oa vuqHko fuEuor gksaxs %&
¼d½ vfuok;Z vgZrk,a
(i) fo’ofo|ky; ls fl) esa cSpyj mikf/k ;k mlds led{k tks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 ds v/khu ekU; gksa( ,oa
(ii) Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 ds v/khu ekU; fl) esa LukrdksRrj vgZrk A
c'krsZa bl vf/klwpuk ds ykxw gksus ls iwoZ f’k{kd tks Lukrdh; fl) mikf/k ,oa mPp vgZrk ds vk/kkj ij lEcfU/kr fo"k; gsrq fu;qDr fd, x;s gSa
,oa mudh vgZrk,a Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 ds v/khu ekU; ugha mUgs muds f’k{kd vuqHko ds vk/kkj ij muds orZeku
in ij v;ksX; ugha fd;k tk,xk ysfdu mUgs vxys in ij Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 ds v/khu ekU; fl) LukrdksRrj
mikf/k izkIr djus ds Ik’pkr~ gh inksUufr nh tk,xh( ,oa
(iii) rfey ;k vfHkO;fDr’khy vaxszth esfMdy cksV~uh ,oa QkekZdksxukslh ck;ksdSfeLVªh] ,ukVkeh] fQft;ksyksth] ekbdzks ck;ksyksth fo"k;ksa ds fy,
lEcfU/kr fo"k; gsrq ekU; fo’ofo|ky; ds LukrdksRrj mikf/k /kkjd f’k{kdksa dks fu;qDr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
¼[k½ vuqHko%
(i) laLFkk ds izeq[k ¼iz/kkukpk;Z ;k Mhu ;k funs’kd½ ds in ds fy, vgZrk %& izksQslj ds in ds fy, fofgr ;ksX;rk ,oa vuqHko laLFkku ds
iz/kkukpk;Z ;k Mhu ;k funs’kd ds fy, Hkh ;Fkkor gksxh
(ii) izk/;kid in ds fy;s% nl o"kZ dk lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa v/;kiu vuqHko ;k ikap o"kZ dk ,lksfl,V izksQslj ¼jhMj½ dk lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa
v/;kiu vuqHko ;k dsUnz ljdkj ;k jkT; ljdkj ;k la?k ’kkflr ;k fo’ofo|ky; ;k jk"Vªh; laLFkku esa nl o"kZ dk fu;fer lsok dk vuqlU/kku
vuqHko de ls de ikap i= ekU; tuZy esa izdk’ku lfgrA
(iii) jhMj ;k lg&vkpk;Z ¼izokpd½ ds in ds fy,% ikap o"kZ dk lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa v/;kiu vuqHko ;k dsUnz ljdkj ;k jkT; ljdkj ;k la?k
’kkflr izns’k vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vFkok jk"Vªh; laLFkku esa ikap o"kZ dk vuqlU/kku dk fu;fer lsok dk vuqHko de ls de rhu dkxtkr ekU;
tuZy esa izdk’ku lfgr A
(iv) lgk;d&vkpk;Z ¼O;k[;krk½ ds in ds fy;s% izFke fu;qfDr ds le; vk;q iSarkyhl o"kZ ls vf/kd ugha gksxh ftlesa orZeku fu;ek vuqlkj
lsokjr vH;fFkZ;ksa dks NwV nh tk ldrh gSA
fVIi.kh %& MkWDVjsV vkWQ fQykslQh mikf/k /kkjd dks ,d o"kZ dk v/;kiu vuqHko ekuk tk ldrk gSA
14- fl) esa ijh{kd dh fu;qfDr%& lacaf/kr fo"k; esa U;wure rhu o"kZ ds f’k{k.k vuqHko okys fu;fer@lsokfuo`Rr v/;kid ds vfrfjDr vU;
fdlh O;fDr dks ijh{kd gsrq ik= ugha le>k tk;sxk
d-uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
[ foKkiu III/4/vlk-@290(124)]
fVIi.kh% vxzsath ,oa fgUnh fofu;e esa dksbZ folaxfr ik;h tkrh gS] rks vxzsath fofu;e uker% Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ Hkkjrh;
fpfdRlk esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 2016 dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016.
No. 18-12/2016 Siddha (Syllabus UG)-In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (i), (j) and (k) of sub-
section (1) of section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), the Central Council of Indian
Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations further to
amend the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986,
namely:—
1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette
2. In the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986, for
the Schedule II, the following Schedule shall be substituted, namely:-
“SCHEDULE II
(See regulation 6)
MINIMUM STANDARD FOR SIDDHA MARUTHUVA ARIGNAR COURSE
1. Aims and Objects.- The Bachelor of Siddha education shall aim at producing graduates of profound scholarship
having deep basis of Siddha with scientific knowledge in accordance with fundamentals with extensive practical training
so as to become efficient physicians and surgeons of Siddha system, fully competent to serve the health care services of
the country.
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2. Eligibility for admission.- The eligibility to seek admission in Bachelor of Sidha education are as under-
(a) 12th standard with science or any other equivalent examination recognised by any University or Boards with at least
fifty per cent. aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
(b) For reserved category or special category like physically handicapped students in 10+2, they shall be given relaxation
in marks for admission in Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery as per rules for time being in force.
(c) Candidates shall have passed Tamil as one of the subjects in the 10th Standard or in Higher Secondary course.
(d) Candidates who are not covered under clause (c) above, have to study Tamil as a subject during the First Professional
course.
(e) For foreign students any other equivalent qualification to be approved by the concerned authorities may be allowed.
3. Duration of course.- The duration of the course shall be five years and six months comprising:-
(a) First Professional - Twelve months;
(b) Second Professional - Twelve months;
(c) Third Professional - Twelve months;
(d) Final Professional - Eighteen months;
(e) Compulsory Rotatory Internship - Twelve months.
4. Degree to be awarded.- The candidate shall be awarded Siddha Maruthuva Arignar (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine
and Surgery-B.S.M.S.) degree after passing all the examinations and completion of the course of study extending over
the period and the compulsory rotatory internship extending over twelve months.
5. Medium of instruction.- The medium of instruction for the course shall be Tamil or Hindi or any recognised regional
language or English.
6. Scheme of examination.- (1) (a) The first professional session shall ordinarily start in July and the first professional
examination shall be at the end of one academic year of first professional session.
(b) The first professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Siddha Maruthuva Adippadai Thathuvangalum Varalarum [History and Fundamental Principles of Siddha Medicine];
(ii) Tamil Language or Communicative English (wherever applicable);
(iii) Uyir Vedhiyiyal (Bio-Chemistry);
(iv) Maruthuva Thavaralyal (Medicinal Botany and Pharmacognosy); and
(v) Nunnuyiriyal (Micro Biology).
(c) The failed student of first Professional shall be allowed to appear in second Professional examination, but the student
shall not be allowed to appear in third Professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of first
Professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass first Professional examination within a
period of maximum three years.
(2) (a) The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of first
professional examination and the second professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of
month of May or June every year after completion of one year of second professional session.
(b) The second professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Udal Koorugal (Anatomy) Paper I;
(ii) Udal Koorugal (Anatomy) Paper II;
(iii) Udal Thathuvam (Physiology) Paper I;
(iv) Udal Thathuvam (Physiology) Paper II;
(v) Siddha Maruthuva Mooligai Ariviyal (Siddha Medicinal Herbal Science); and
(vi) Siddha Maruthuva Kanima, Kanima vethiyal and Siddha Maruthuva Vilangiyal (Siddha Medicinal Geology,
Medicinal Chemistry and Medicinal Zoology).
(c) The failed student of second Professional who have passed all the subjects of first professional examination shall be
allowed to appear in third Professional examination, but the student shall not be allowed to appear in final professional
examination unless the student passes all the subjects of second Professional examination and maximum four chances
shall be given to pass second professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
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(3) (a) The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of second
professional examination and the third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of the
month of May or June every year after completion of one year of third professional session.
(b) The third professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Noi Naadal -Paper I (Siddha Pathology);
(ii) Noi Naadal -Paper II (Principles of Modern Pathology);
(iii) Noi Anugavidhi Ozhukkam (Hygiene and Community Medicine including National Health Policies and
Statistics);
(iv) Sattam Saarntha Maruthuvamum Nanju Maruthuvamum (Forensic Medicine and Toxicology); and
(v) Research Methodology and Medical-statistics.
(c) The failed student of third professional who have passed all the subjects of first and second professional
examinations shall be allowed to appear in final professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to
pass third professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
(d) For the purpose of teaching of Research Methodology, Bio-statistician shall be required as part time to teach
Research Methodology.
(4) (a) The final professional session shall be of one year and six months duration and shall start every year in the month
of July following completion of third professional examination and the final professional examination shall be ordinarily
held and completed by the end of month of December every year after completion of one year and six months of final
professional session.
(b) The final professional examination shall comprise of the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Maruthuvam (Medicine);
(ii) Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Sirappumaruthuvam (Varmam Therapy, External Therapy and Special medicine);
(iii) Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam (Surgery including dentistry and Dermatology);
(iv) Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam (Obstetrics and Gynaecology); and
(v) Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam (Paediatrics).
(c) The student failed in any of the four professional examinations in four chances shall not be allowed to continue his or
her studies:
Provided that, in case of serious personal illness of a student and in any unavoidable circumstances, the Vice-Chancellor
of the concerned University may provide one more chance in anyone of four professional examinations.
(d) To become eligible for joining the compulsory internship programme, all four professional examinations shall be
passed within a period of maximum nine years including all chances as mentioned above.
7. Compulsory Rotatory Internship.- (1) Duration of Compulsory Rotatory Internship shall be one year and the student
shall be eligible to join the compulsory internship programme after passing all the subjects from first to the final
professional examinations and the internship programme shall be start after the declaration of the result of final
professional examination.
(2) The Internship Programme and time distribution shall be as follows:-
(a) the interns shall receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme, in an orientation
workshop, which shall be organised during the first three days of the beginning of internship programme and a work
book shall be given to each intern, in which the intern shall enter date wise details of activities undertaken by him during
his training;
(b) every intern shall provisionally register himself with the concerned State Board or Council and obtain a certificate to
this effect before joining the internship program;
(c) the daily working hours of intern shall be not less than eight hours;
(d) normally one-year internship programme shall be divided into clinical training of six months in the Siddha hospital
attached to the college and six months in Primary Health Centre or Community Health Centre or Rural Hospital or
District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any Government Hospital of modern medicine:
Provided that where there is no provision or permission of the State Government for allowing the graduate of Siddha in
the hospital or dispensary of modern medicine, the one-year internship shall be completed in the hospital of Siddha
college.
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(3) The clinical Training of six or twelve months, as case may be, in the Siddha hospital attached to the college shall be
conducted as follows:-
Sl.No. Departments Distribution of six months Distribution of twelve
months
(i) Maruthuvam Forty-five days Three months
(ii) Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Forty-five days Three months
Sirappumaruthuvam
(iii) Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam One month Two months
(iv) Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam One month Two months
(v) Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam Fifteen days One month
(vi) Avasara Maruthuvam Fifteen days One month

(4) Six months training of interns shall be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with the National
Health Programme and the intern shall undertake such training in one of the following institutes, namely:-
(a) Primary Health Centre;
(b) Community Health Centre or District Hospital;
(c) Any recognised or approved hospital of modern medicine;
(d) Any recognised or approved Siddha hospital or dispensary:
The concerned Government may recognise all the above institutes mentioned in clauses (a) to (d) for taking training by
interns.
(5) Detailed Guidelines for internship programme.- The guidelines for conducting the internship clinical training of six or
twelve months in the Siddha Hospital attached to the college and the intern shall undertake the following activities in the
respective department as shown below:-
(a) Maruthuvam- The duration of internship in this department shall be one and half month or three months with
following activities:-
(i) all routine works such as case taking, investigations, diagnosis and management of common diseases by Siddha
medicine;
(ii) routine clinical pathology work such as haemoglobin estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic
examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stool examination, neerkuri, neikuri mala parisodhanai,
interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings, and arriving at a diagnosis;
(iii) training in routine ward procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet, habits and verification of
medicine regime;
(b) Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and Sirappumaruthuvam- The duration of internship in this department shall be one and
half month or three months and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) location of types of Varmam points;
(ii) diagnosis of various pathological conditions due to application of Varmam procedures and techniques;
(iii) procedures of Ilakkumuraigal with internal or external medication;
(iv) various Puramaruthuvam procedures and techniques with special emphasize on Thokkanam;
(v) fractures and dislocations and their management;
(vi) geriatric care (Moopiyal);
(vii) management of psychiatric cases (Ula Pirazhvu Noi); and
(viii) kayakarpam (Rejuvenation therapy and yogam);
(c) Aruvai and Thol Maruthuvam- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and
intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Siddha principles;
(ii) management of certain ailments such as fractures and dislocations;
(iii) practical training of aseptic, antiseptics techniques and sterilization;
(iv) intern shall be involved in pre-operative and post-operative managements;
(v) practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of anesthetic drugs;
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(vi) radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, Intra Venous Pyelogram, Barium meal, Sonography and
Electro Cardio Gram;
(vii) examinations of eye, ear, nose, throat and other parts of the body with the supportive instruments;
(viii) surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as-
(a) suturing of fresh injuries;
(b) dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers and similar ailments;
(c) incision of abscesses;
(d) excision of cysts;
(e) venesection; and
(f) application of Kaaranool in ano-rectal diseases;
(ix) procedures like Anjanam, Nasiyam, Attaividal at Out-Patient Department level;
(x) diagnosis and management of common dental disorders; and
(xi) training in Blood Bank and transfusion procedures;
(d) Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and
intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies; antenatal and post-natal care;
(ii) management of normal and abnormal labours; and
(iii) minor and major obstetric surgical procedures;
(e) Kuzhanthai maruthuvam- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month and intern
shall be practically trained to acquaint with following activities:-
(i) care for new born child along with immunisation programme; and
(ii) important pediatric problems and their management;
(f) Avasara maruthuvam (Casualty)- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month
and intern shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) identification of casualty and trauma cases and their first line management; and
(ii) procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.
(6) The Internship training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any
Government Hospital of modern medicine- During the six months internship training in Primary Health Centre,
Community Health Centre or District Hospital or any recognized or approved hospital of Modern Medicine or Siddha
Hospital or Dispensary, the interns shall-
(i) get acquainted with the routine of the Primary Health Centre and maintenance of their records;
(ii) get acquainted with the routine working of the medical or non-medical staff of Primary Health Centre and be always
in contact with the staff in this period;
(iii) get familiaried with the work of maintaining the relevant register like daily patient register, family planning register,
surgical register and take active participation in different Government Health Schemes or Programmes; and
(iv) participate actively in different National Health Programmes implemented by the State Government.
(7) Internship training in Rural Siddha dispensary or hospital- During the six months internship training in Rural Siddha
dispensary or Hospital, interns shall-
(i) get aquatinted with the diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management; and
(ii) involve in teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunisation programmes.
8. Assessment.- After completing the assignment in various Sections, the interns have to obtain a completion certificate
from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the Section concerned and finally submit to the Principal
or Head of the institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.
9. Migration of internship.-
(1) The migration of internship shall be with the consent of the both college and University, in case the migration is
between the colleges of two different Universities.
(2) In case migration is only between colleges of the same University, the consent of both the colleges shall be required.
(3) The migration shall be accepted by the University on the production of the character certificate issued by institute or
college and application forwarded by the college and University with a “No Objection Certificate”, as case may be.
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10. Examination.- (1) The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be fifty per cent. in theory and
fifty per cent. in practical or clinical, wherever applicable in each subject.
(2) A candidate obtaining seventy-five per cent. marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.
(3) The supplementary examination shall be held within six months of regular examination and failed students shall be
eligible to appear in its supplementary examination, as the case may be.
(4) Each student shall be required to maintain of seventy-five per cent. attendance in each subject (in theory and
practical) for appearing in the examination.
(5) In case a student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he or she shall appear in supplementary
examination as regular students, whose non-appearance in regular examination shall not be treated as an attempt and such
students after passing examination shall join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional
examination after completion of the required period of study.
(6) The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject-
(a) Regularity in attendance;
(b) Periodical tests; and
(c) Practical work.
11. Migration-
(1) The students may be allowed to take the migration to continue their study in another college after passing the first
professional examination, but failed students transfer and mid-term migration shall not be allowed.
(2) For migration, the students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and Universities and it shall be
against the vacant seat after obtaining “No Objection Certificate” from the Central Council.
12. Number of papers and marks for theory and practical.-
Name of the subject Number of hours of Details of maximum marks
teaching
Theory Practical or Total Number Theory Practical or Total
Clinical of papers Clinical
(including
Viva Voce)
First Professional
1. Siddha Maruthuva Adippadai Thathuvangalum 150 --- 150 One 100 --- 100
Varalarum [History and Fundamental Principles of
Siddha Medicine]
2. Tamil Language applicable as per clauses (c) and 100 --- 100 One 100 --- 100
(d) of regulation 2 relating to eligibility for
admission
3. Communicative English 100 --- 100 One 100 --- 100
4. Uyir Vedhiyiyal (Bio-Chemistry) 150 100 250 One 100 100 200
5. Maruthuva Thavara lyal (Medicinal Botany and 200 100 300 One 100 100 200
Pharmacognosy)
6. Nunnuyiriyal (Micro Biology) 100 100 200 One 100 100 200
Second Professional
1. Udal Koorugal (Anatomy) 200 150 350 Two 200 100 300
2. Udal Thathuvam (Physiology) 150 100 250 Two 200 100 300
3. Gunapadam - Maruthuiyal (Pharmacology) 200 100 300 Two 200 100 300
4. Gunapadam - Marunthakaviyal (Pharmaceuticals) 200 100 300 Two 200 100 300

Third Professional
1. Noi Naadal - Paper I (Siddha Pathology) 200 100 300 One 100 100 200
2. Noi Naadal - Paper II (Principles of Modern 150 100 250 One 100 100 200
Pathology)
3. Noi Anugavidhi Ozhukkam (Hygiene and 100 --- 100 One 100 --- 100
Community Medicine including National Health
Policies and Statistics).
4. Sattam Saarntha Maruthuvamum Nanju 150 100 250 One 100 100 200
Maruthuvamum (Forensic Medicine and
Toxicology)
5. Research Methodology and Medical-statistics 100 -- 100 One 100 --- 100
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Name of the subject Number of hours of Details of maximum marks


teaching
Final Professional
1. Maruthuvam (Medicine) 150 200 350 One 100 100 200
2. Varmam, Puramaruthuvam and 150 200 350 One 100 100 200
Sirappumaruthuvam (Varmam Therapy External
Therapy and Special Medicine)
3. Aruvai, Thol Maruthuvam (Surgery including 150 200 350 One 100 100 200
dentistry and Dermatology)
4. Sool, Magalir Maruthuvam (Obstetrics and 100 175 275 One 100 100 200
Gynaecology)
5. Kuzhanthai Maruthuvam (Paediatrics) 100 175 275 One 100 100 200

13. Qualifications and Experience for teaching staff.- The qualification and experience for teaching staff shall be as
follows:-
(a) Essential qualification-
(i) A Bachelor degree in Siddha from a University or its equivalent as recognised under the Indian Medicine Central
Council Act, 1970; and
(ii) A Post-graduate qualification in Siddha recognised under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970:
Provided that the teachers who are appointed before the date of the commencement of this notification with the
qualification of Under-Graduate degree in Siddha and with a higher qualification in the subject concerned not recognised
under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 shall also be considered eligible in their current designation as per
their teaching experience, but they shall be promoted to the next or any other grade only after obtaining Post-Graduate
degree in Siddha recognised under the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970; and
(iii) For the subjects of Tamil or Communicative English, Medicinal Botany and Pharmacognosy, Biochemistry,
Anatomy, Physiology, Micro-Biology teachers with Post Graduate degree from a recognised University in the subject
concerned may also be appointed.
(b) Experience-
(i) Qualification for the Post of Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director): The qualification and
experience for the Post of Professor shall be the same for the posts of Principal or Dean or Director;
(ii) For the Post of Professor: Ten years teaching experience in concerned subject or five years teaching experience as
Associate Professor (Reader) in concerned subject or ten years research experience in regular service in Research
Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union territory or University or National Institutions with
minimum five papers published in a recognised journal.
(iii) For the post of Reader or Associate Professor: Five years teaching experience in concerned subject or five years
research experience in regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union
territory or University or National Institutions with minimum three papers published in a recognised journal;
(iv) For the post of Assistant Professor or Lecturer: The age shall not exceed forty-five years at the time of first
appointment and it may be relaxed for in-service candidates as per rules.
Note: The research experience of regular Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) holder may be considered equivalent to one year
teaching experience.
14. Appointment of Examiner in Siddha.- No person other than the regular or retired teacher or researcher with
minimum three years teaching or research experience in the concerned subject shall be considered eligible for
examinership”.
K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secy.
[Advt. III/4//Exty./290(124)]
Note.- Note- If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council
(Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016”, the English version will be
treated as final.
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(i) nzO;xq.k foKku ¼QkekZdksyksth ,oa eSfVfj;k esfMdk ½(
(ii) jl&’kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk ¼QkekZL;wfVdYl lkbZUl½(
(iii) jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku ¼Mk;XuksfLVd izksfltj ,oa iSFkksykWth½( ,oa
(iv) pjd&lafgrk iwokZ)Z ¼,d ikSjkf.kd vk;qosZfnd fo"k;] Hkkx&1 ½(
¼x½ f}rh; O;kolkf;d ds vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ftlus izFke O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ dj fy, gSa dks r`rh;
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxh] ysfdu Nk= dks rc rd vfUre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa mifLFkr
gksus dh vuqefr ugha nh tk;sxh tc rd Nk= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa dks mRrh.kZ ugha dj ysrk vkSj mls
f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus gsrq vf/kdre rhu o"kksZa esa vf/kdre pkj volj fn, tk;saxsA
¼3½ ¼d½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa r`rh;
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k r`rh; O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d o"kZ ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ ebZ vFkok twu ekg ds
var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxhA
¼[k½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk fuEu fo"k;ksa esa gksxh ;Fkk] %&
(i) vxnra= O;ogkj vk;qosZn ,oa fof/k oS|d ¼VkWDlhdkWyksth ,oa esfMdy tqfjlizqMsUl½
(ii) pjd lafgrk&mRrjkZ)Z ¼,d ikSjkf.kd vk;qosZfnd fo"k;] Hkkx&kk ½
(iii) LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx ¼izhosfUVo ,.M lks’ky esMhflu ,.M ;ksx½
(iv) izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx ¼ vkWCLVsfVªDl ,oa xk;udksykth ½ ,oa
(v) cky jksx ¼ihfM,fVªDl½
¼x½ r`rh; O;kolkf;d vuqRrh.kZ Nk= tks izFke ,oa f}rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa mRrh.kZ gksxk mls vfUre
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus ds fy, vuqefr nh tk;sxh ,oa mls r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus gsrq vf/kdre
rhu o"kksZa esa vf/kdre pkj volj fn;s tk;saxsA
¼4½ ¼d½ vafre O;kolkf;d l= ,d o"kZ ,oa N% ekg dh vof/k dk gksxk rFkk r`rh; O;kolkf;d ijh{kk ds iw.kZ gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ
tqykbZ ekg esa izkjEHk gksxk ,oa vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k vafre O;kolkf;d l= ds ,d o"kZ ,oa N% ekg iw.kZ
gksus ds i'pkr~ izR;sd o"kZ vDVwcj vFkok uoEcj ekg ds var rd gksxh rFkk iwjh dh tk;sxh(
¼[k½ vafre O;kolkf;d ijh{kk esa fuEufyf[kr fo"k; lekfo"V gksxsa %&
(i) 'kY; ra= ¼tujy ltZjh½(
(ii) 'kkykD; ra= ¼fMlht vkWQ gSM ,oa uSd vksIFkyeksykWth] bZ-,u-Vh- ,oa MsfUVLVªh dks lekfo"V djrs gq,½(
(iii) dk;fpfdRlk ¼bUVuZy esMhflu&ekul jksx] jklk;u ,oa okthdj.k dks lekfo"V djrs gq,½(
(iv) iapde(Z ,oa
(v) 'kks/k i)fr ,oa fpfdRlk lkaf[;dh(
¼x½ 'kks/k i)fr ,oa fpfdRlk lkaf[;dh lafgrk ,oa fl)kUr vuqHkkx esa jgsxh ysfdu v/;kiu ds mn~ns’; ls] 'kks/k i)fr ds
v/;kiu gsrq va’k dkfyd ck;ks LVsVhLVhlh;u dh vko’;drk gksxh(
¼?k½ pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa ds fdlh ijh{kk esa pkj voljksa ds Ik’pkr~ vuqRrh.kZ Nk= dks fu;fer v/;u dh vuqefr ugha nh
tk;sxh(
¼M-½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdez esa ik=rk gsrq leLr pkj O;kolkf;d ijh{kkvksa dks vf/kdre ukS o"kksZa esa mijksDr vuqlkj mRrh.kZ
djuk gksxkA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 139
7- vfuok;Z vkorhZ fof’k[kkuqizos’k& ¼1½ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d o"kZ gksxh vkSj Nk= izFke ls vfUre O;kolkf;d
ijh{kk ds leLr fo"k; mRrh.kZ djus ds Ik’pkr~ vfuok;Z fof’k[kkuqizos’k esa lfEefyr gksus dk ik= gksxk ,oa fof’k[kkuqizos’k vfUre
O;kolkf;d ijh{kk dk ifj.kke ?kksf"kr gksus ds Ik’pkr izkjEHk gksxkA
¼2½ fof’k[kkuqizo’s k dk dk;Zdez ,oa le; foHkktu fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
¼d½ izf’k{kqvksa dks ,d vfHkfoU;kl dk;Z’kkyk ftls fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdez ds izkjEHk ds izFke rhu fnolksa ds nkSjku vk;ksftr
fd;k tk;sxk] esa fu;eksa ,oa fofu;eksa lfgr fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdze ds C;kSjs ls lEcfU/kr ,d vfHkfoU;kl fn;k tk;sxk ,oa
izR;sd izf’k{kq dks ,d dk;Z&iqfLrdk nh tk;sxhA izf’k{kq vius izf’k{k.k ds nkSjku mu xfrfof/k;ksa ds frfFkokj C;kSjs dh izfof"V
djsxk(
¼[k½ izR;sd izf’k{kq fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdez esa lfEefyr gksus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr jkT; cksMZ vFkok ifj"kn~ esa viuk uke vLFkkbZ
:i ls iathd`r djk,xk rFkk bl laca/k esa izek.k&i= izkIr djsxk(
¼x½ izf’k{kq dk nSfud dk;Z&le; 8 ?kaVs ls de dk ugh gksxk(
¼?k½ lkekU;r% ,d o"khZ; fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk;Zdez egkfo|ky; ls layXu vk;qosZfnd vLirky esa N% ekg ds uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½
izf’k{k.k ,oa ih-,p-lh@lh-,p-lh-@xzkeh.k vLirky@ftyk vLirky vFkok flfoy vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds
fdlh ljdkjh vLirky esa N% ekg ds uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k esa foHkDr fd;k tk;sxk“
c’krsZa ftl jkT; esa jkT; ljdkj }kjk vk;qosZn Lukrdksa dks vk/kqfud foKku ds vLirky ,oa vkS"k/kky; esa vuqefr ugh gS ,d o"kZ dk
fof’k[kkuqizos’k vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; ds vLirky esa iw.kZ djk;k tk;sxk A
3- egkfo|ky; ls layXu vk;qosZfnd vLirky esa ;FkkfLFkfr N% vFkok ckjg ekg dk uSnkfud ¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k fuEuor~ lapkfyr
fd;k tk;sxk ;k Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk vuqeksfnr xSj&f’k{k.k vLirky esa fuEu izdkj lapkfyr fd;k tk;sxk %&
dz-la- foHkkx N% ekg dk foHkktu Ckkjg ekg dk foHkktu
(i) dk;fpfdRlk nks ekg pkj ekg
(ii) 'kY; ,d ekg nks ekg
(iii) 'kkykD; ,d ekg nks ekg
(iv) izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx ,d ekg nks ekg
(v) ckyjksx&dkSekj Hk`R; iUnzg fnu ,d ekg
(vi) iapdeZ iUnzg fnu ,d ekg

4- izf’k{kqvksa dk N% ekg dk izf’k{k.k jk"Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdze lss izf’k{kqvksa dks voxr ,oa ifjfpr djkus ds mn~ns’; ls dk;kZfUor fd;k
tk;sxkA izf’k{kqvksa dks ,sls izf’k{k.k dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysus gsrq fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh ,d laLFkku esa lfEefyr gksuk gksxk] ;Fkk&
¼d½ izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz(
¼[k½ lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz@ftyk vLirky(
¼x½ ekU; ,oa vuqeksfnr vk/kqfud fpfdRlk dk dksbZ vLirky(
¼?k½ ekU; ,oa vuqeksfnr fdlh vk;qosZn vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky;(
c’krssZ mi;qZDr lHkh laLFkku tks [k.M ¼d½ ls ¼?k½ rd vafdr gSa lEcfU/kr fo’ofo|ky; ,oa lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj ds ukfer
izkf/kdkjh }kjk ,sls izf’k{k.k djus gsrq ekU; gksxh A
5- fof’k[kkuqizo’s k izf'k{k.k dk;Zdez gsrq foLr`r fn’kk funsZ’k egkfo|ky; ds lkFk layXu vk;qosZfnd vLirky esa N% vFkok ckjg ekg dk
fof’k[kkuqizos’k uSnkfud¼Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k lapkfyr djus gsrq fn’kkfunZ’s k ,oa izf’k{kq dks uhps n’kkZ;s x;s lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa esa
fuEufyf[kr xfrfof/k;ksa dk mRrjnkf;Ro ysuk gksxk%&
¼d½ dk;fpfdRlk& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k nks ekg ;k pkj ekg fuEu fdz;kdykiksa lfgr gksxh %&
(i) lHkh uSR;d dk;Z tSls :X.k bfro`Rr ysuk] tkap] jksx funku rFkk lkekU; jksxksa dk vk;qosZn fpfdRlk }kjk izcU/ku(
(ii) uSR;d fpfdRlh; uSnkfud fod`fr ijh{k.k dk;Z tSls fgekXyksfcu dk vkadyu] iw.kZ fgeksxzke] ew= fo’ys"k.k] jDr ijthfo;ksa
dk lw{en’khZ; ijh{k.k] "Bhou ijh{k.k ,oa ey ijh{kk vkfnA vk;qosZn i)fr ls ey ew= ijh{k.kA iz;ksx’kkyk ds tk¡p ifj.kke
dk izfriknu rFkk fpfdRlh; tkap rFkk funku djuk(
(iii) uSR;d okMZ izfdz;k esa izf’k{k.k rFkk jksxh ds vkgkj rFkk vknrksa dh ns[k&js[k djuk rFkk vkS"kf/k dk;Zdze dk lR;kiu djuk(
140 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼[k½ iapdeZ%&bl
& foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k iUnzg fnu ;k ,dekl fuEu fdz;kdykiksa ds lkFk gksxh %&
(i) iwoZ deZ] iz/kku deZ rFkk i'pkr~ deZ laca/kh iapdeZ izfdz;k rFkk rduhd(
¼x½ 'kY; %& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&
(i) vk;qosZfnd fl)kUrksa ds vuqlkj lkekU; 'kY; fodkj dk funku rFkk izcU/ku(
(ii) vo’;aHkkoh 'kY; vkikRdky tSls vfLFkHkax rFkk lfU/k&P;qfr] mnjh; vkikr fLFkfr bR;kfn dk izcU/ku(
(iii) lsfIVd] ,UVhlsfIVd rduhd rFkk thok.kquk’ku bR;kfn dk iz;ksxkRed ijh{k.k(
(iv) izf’k{kq dks iwoZ 'kY;fdz;k deZ rFkk i'pkr~ 'kY;fdz;k deZ izcU/kuksa esa vkosf"Vr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s(
(v) laosnukgkjh rduhd dk O;ogkfjd iz;ksx rFkk laosnukgkjh vkS"k/k dk iz;ksx(
(vi) fofdj.k fpfdRlk foKku izfdz;k] ,Dl&js dk uSnkfud izfriknu] vkbZ-oh-ih-] csfj;e ehy] lksuksxzkQh bR;kfn(
(vii) 'kY; izfdz;k rFkk uSR;d okMZ rduhd tSls %&
¼d½ rktk dVs@?kko dks Vkadk yxkuk(
¼[k½ ?kko] tys] QksM+s bR;kfn dh ejge&iV~Vh(
¼x½ QksM+s dk phjk(
¼?k½ jlkSyh dk mPNsnu(
¼M-½ f’kjk’kY;fdz;k bR;kfn(
¼p½ xqnk jksxksa esa {kkj&lw= dk vuqiz;ksx(
¼?k½ 'kkykD;%& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&

(i) vk;qosZfnd fl)kUrksa ds vuqlkj lkekU; 'kY; fodkj dk funku rFkk izcU/ku(
(ii) izf’k{kq dks iwoZ 'kY;fdz;k deZ rFkk i'pkr~ 'kY;fdz;k deZ izcU/kuksa esa vkosf"Vr fd;k tkuk pkfg;s(
(iii) dku] ukd] daB] nar] us= laca/kh leL;kvksa gsrq 'kY; izfdz;k(
(iv) us=] dku] ukd] daB] n`f"V nks"k vkfn dh rRlEcfU/kr midj.kksa ls cfgjax foHkkx esa tkWp(
(v) cfgjax foHkkx Lrj ij izfdz;k,a] tSl%s & vatu deZ] uL;] jDreks{k.k] d.kZiwj.k] f’kjks/kkjk] iqV ikd] doy] x.Mw"k
bR;kfn(
¼M-½ izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx%&bl
%& foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k nks ekg gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk%&

(i) izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj leL;k,sa rFkk mudk mipkj] izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj ns[kHkky(
(ii) lkekU; rFkk vlkekU; izlo dk izca/ku(
(iii) y?kq rFkk nh?kZ izklfod 'kY; izfdz;k,sa bR;kfn(
¼p½ cky jksx%& bl foHkkx esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dh vof/k ,d ekg ;k iUnzg fnu gksxh ,oa izf’k{kq dks fuEufyf[kr fdz;kdykiksa ls
ifjfpr ,oa izf’kf{kr fd;k tk;sxk %&

(i) vk;qosZfnd fl)kUrksa rFkk fpfdRlk ds }kjk Hkh izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj leL;k,sa rFkk mudk mipkj ,oa izloiwoZ rFkk
izloksRrj vuqj{k.k(
(ii) izlo&iwoZ rFkk izloksRrj vkikrdky(
(iii) Vhdkdj.k ;kstuk ds lkFk uotkr f’k’kq dh ns[kHkky( ,oa
(iv) egRoiw.kZ dkSekj Hk`R; lEcU/kh leL;k,sa rFkk mudk vk;qosZfnd izca/ku(
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 141
¼6½ fof’k[kkuqizos’k izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz ;k xzkeh.k vLirky ;k ftyk vLirky ;k flfoy vLirky ;k vk/kqfud fpfdRlk dk dksbZ
ljdkjh vLirky vFkok vk;qosZfnd vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky;& izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz vFkok xzkeh.k vLirky vFkok
lkeqnkf;d LokLF; dsUnz vFkok ftyk vLirky vFkok vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds fdlh ekU; vFkok vuqeksfnr vLirky vFkok
vk;qosZfnd vLirky vFkok vkS"k/kky; esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k ds nkSjku izf’k{kq dks%
(i) izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz dh fuR;p;kZ rFkk muds vfHkys[k ds vuqj{k.k esa ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,(
(ii) xzkeh.k ,oa lqnwj {ks=ksa esa izpfyr fcekfj;ksa ,oa muds izcU/ku ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg,(
(iii) xzkeh.k tula[;k ,oa fofHkUu izfrj{k.k ;kstukvksa ds LokLF; j{k.k v/;kiu essa lfEefyr gksuk(
(iv) izf’k{kqvksa dks izkFkfed LokLF; dsUnz ds fpfdRlk@xSj fpfdRlk LVkWQ dh fuR;p;kZ ls ifjfpr gksuk pkfg;s rFkk bl
vof/k esa mUgsa LVkWQ ds lkFk lnSo lEidZ esa jguk pkfg;s(
(v) mUgsa iaftdk mnkgj.k Lo:Ik nSfud jksxh iaftdk] ifjokj fu;kstu iaftdk] ’kY; iaftdk ds vuqj{k.k ds dk;Z ls ifjfpr
gksuk pkfg;s rFkk fofHkUu ljdkjh] LokLF; ;kstukvks@dk;Zdze essa lfdz; :Ik ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;s(
(vi) jkT;@ftyk ljdkj ds fofHkUu jk"Vªh; LokLF; dk;Zdzeksa esa lfdz; :i ls Hkkx ysuk pkfg;sa(
(vii) vLirky esa vkikrdkyhu vuqHkkx esa vkikrdkyhu ,oa vk?kkr dh ?kVukvksa dh igpku ,oa muds izkFkfed mipkj vkSj
mu fpfgUr vLirkyksa esa Hkstus dh izfdz;k esa lfdz; :Ik ls HkkxsnkjhA
8- ewY;kadu& fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa mUgsa vkcafVr fd;s x;s dk;Z dks iwjk djus ds i'pkr~ mUgsa lacaf/kr foHkkx esa muds }kjk fd;s x;s
lsokfu"B dk;Z ds laca/k esa foHkkxk/;{k }kjk fn;k x;k izek.k&i= izkIr djuk rFkk vUrr% mls laLFkku ds iz/kkukpk;Z@iz/kku ds le{k
izLrqr djuk gksxk ftlls fd lQyrkiwoZd fd;s x;s fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk lekiu Lohd`r fd;k tk ldsA
9- fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk LFkkukUrj.k& ¼1½nks¼1½ fHkUu fo’ofo|ky;ksa rFkk egkfo|ky;ksa ds chp LFkkukUrj.k ds ekeys esa fof’k[kkuqizos’k dk
LFkkukUrj.k ek= egkfo|ky; rFkk fo’ofo|ky; nksuksa dh lgefr ls gksxkA
¼2½ ;fn LFkkukUrj.k ek= egkfo|ky; ls egkfo|ky; dk gS ijUrq fo’ofo|ky; ogh gS rks ek= nksuks egkfo|ky;ksa dh lgefr dh vko’;drk
gksxhA
¼3½ ;FkkfLFkfr laLFkku }kjk tkjh pfj= izek.k&i= rFkk egkfo|ky; o fo’ofo|ky; }kjk vukifRr izek.k&i= ds lkFk vxzsf"kr fd;s x;s
vkosnu ds izLrqr fd;s tkus ij LFkkukUrj.k fo’ofo|ky; }kjk Lohd`r fd;k tk;sxkA
10-
10- ijh{kk&
ijh{kk& ¼1½fl)kUr ijh{kk esa vf/kdre pkyhl izfr’kr rd ds vadks ds U;wure chl izfr’kr y?kqRrjh; iz’u rFkk vf/kdre lkB
izfr’kr rd ds vadks ds U;wure pkj O;k[;kRed nh?kZ mRrjh; iz’u gksaxsA bu iz’ukssa esa fo"k; dk lEiw.kZ ikB~;dze lfEefyr gksxkA
¼2½ fo"k; esa ipgrj izfr’kr vad izkIr djus okys vH;FkhZ dks ml fo"k; esa fo’ks"k ;ksX;rk iznku dh tk;sxhA
¼3½ ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus gsrq izR;sd fo"k; esa fl)kUr] ,oa iz;ksxkRed vFkok uSnkfud vFkok ekSf[kd ijh{kk esa tSlk mi;qDr gks]
i`Fkd&i`Fkd U;wure ipkl izfr’kr vad vko’;d gksaxsA
¼4½ iwjd ijh{kk fu;fer ijh{kk ds N% ekg ds Hkhrj gksxh rFkk vuqRrh.kZ Nk= ;FkkfLFkfr bldh iwjd ijh{kk esa cSBus gsrq ik=
gksaxsA
¼5½ ijh{kk esa cSBus ds fy, izR;sd fo"k; esa fl)kUr ,oa iz;ksxkRed d{kk esa Nk= dh U;wure ipgrj izfr’kr mifLFkfr vfuok;Z
gksxhA bl laca/k esa fofHkUu fo"k;ksa ds fy;s izR;sd Nk= gsrq ,d d{kk mifLFkfr dkMZ dk vuqj{k.k fd;k tk;sxkA iz/kkukpk;Z
izR;sd O;k[;ku rFkk iz;ksxkRed f’k{k.k dh vof/k dh lekfIr ij Nk=ksa rFkk f’k{kdksa ds gLrk{kj izkIr djus dk izcU/k djsxk
rFkk izR;sd ijh{kk ds izkjEHk gksus ls iwoZ vafre lekiu gsrq izR;sd foHkkxk/;{k dks dkMZ HkstsxkA
¼6½ ;fn dksbZ Nk= fdlh laKkukRed&dkj.k ls fu;fer ijh{kk esa cSBus esa vlQy gks tkrk gS] rks og iwjd ijh{kk esa fu;fer
Nk= ds :i esa cSBsxkA ,sls ekeyksa esa fu;fer ijh{kk esa mldh vuqifLFkfr ,d iz;Ru ds :i esa ugha le>h tk;sxhA ,sls
Nk= ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djus ds i'pkr~ fu;fer Nk=ksa ds lkFk v/;;u esa Hkkx ysxsa rFkk v/;;u dh vko’;d vof/k ds iw.kZ
gksus ds i'pkr~ vxyh O;kolkf;d ijh{kk gsrq mifLFkr gksxsaA
¼7½ fo"k; esa d{kk dk;Z ds fu/kkZj.k ds le; fuEu rF;ksa dks fopkjk/khu j[kk tk;sxk%&
¼d½ mifLFkfr esa fu;ferrk(
¼[k½ vkof/kd ijh{kk( ,oa
¼x½ iz;ksxkRed dk;ZA
11-
11- LFkkukUrj.k& ¼1½ Nk= dks fdlh vU; egkfo|ky; ls viuk v/;;u tkjh j[kus gsrq izFke o"kZ dh ijh{kk mRrh.kZ
djus ds i'pkr~ LFkkukUrj.k ysus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA vuqRrh.kZ Nk=ksa dks LFkkukUrj.k rFkk e/;kof/k LFkkukUrj.k dh vuqefr ugh nh
tk;sxhA
¼2½ LFkkukUrj.k gsrq] Nk= dks nksukss egkfo|ky;ksa rFkk fo’ofo|ky;ksa dh vkilh lgefr izkIr djuh gksxh rFkk LFkkukUrj.k fjDr lhV
dh lqfuf’pfr o Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ls vukifRr izek.k&i= izkIr djus ds i'pkr~ gksxkA
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12-
12- ¼1½ iz’u i=ksa dh la[;k rFkk fl)kUr rFkk fdz;kRed vFkok ekSf[kd ds fy;s vad&
fo"k; dk uke f'k{k.k ds ?k.Vksa dh la[;k vf/kdre vadks dk fooj.k
fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy iz’u i=ksa dh fl)kUr fdz;kRed dqy
la[;k
izFke O;kolkf;d
1- inkFkZ foKku ,oa vk;qosZn 100 &&& 100 nks 200 &&& 100
dk bfrgkl
2- laLd`r 200 &&& 200 ,d 100 &&& 100
3- fdz;k 'kkjhj 200 200 400 nks 200 100 300
4- jpuk 'kkjhj 300 200 500 nks 200 100 300
5- ekSfyd fl)kar ,oa v"Vkax 150 &&& 150 ,d 100 50 150
ân; ¼lw= LFkku½
f}rh; O;kolkf;d
1- nzO;xq.k foKku 200 200 400 nks 200 200 400
2- jksx funku o fod`fr 200 200 400 nks 200 100 300
foKku ¼1&iSFkksyksth]
1&vk;qosZn½
3- jl’kkL= HkS"kT; dYiuk 200 200 400 nks 200 200 400
Hkkx&1
4- pjd lafgrk ¼iwokZ)Z½ 200 &&& 200 ,d 100 50 100
r`rh; O;kolkf;d
1- vxnra=] O;ogkj vk;qosZn 200 100 300 ,d 100 50 150
,oa fof/k oS|d
2- LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx 200 100 300 nks 200 100 300
3- izlwfr ,oa L=hjksx 200 200 400 nks 200 100 300
4- ckyjksx 100 100 200 ,d 100 50 150
5- pjd lafgrk ¼mRrjk)Z½ 200 &&& 200 ,d 100 50 150
vfUre O;kolkf;d
1- dk; fpfdRlk 300 200 500 nks 200 100 300
2- iapdeZ 100 200 300 ,d 100 50 150
3- 'kY; ra= 200 150 350 nks 200 100 300
4- 'kkykD; ra= 200 150 350 nks 200 100 300
5- 'kks/k i)fr ,oa fpfdRlk 50 && 50 ,d 50 &&& 50
lkaf[;dh

fVIi.kh %
¼1½ fl)kUr rFkk fdz;kRed dh vof/k lkB feuV ¼,d ?k.Vk ½ ls de ugh gksxh rFkk fpfdRlh; fo"k;ksa rFkk jpuk 'kkjhj ¼’ko
foPNsnu½ ds fdz;kRed dh vof/k de ls de ,d lkS chl feuV ¼nks ?k.Vs½ dh gksxhA
¼2½ Nk=ksa dk uSnkfud¼ Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k r`rh; o"kZ ds vkxs izkjEHk gksxkA
¼3½ egkfo|ky; ls layXu fpfdRlky; esa Nk=ksa dk uSnkfud¼ Dyhfudy½ izf’k{k.k fuEuor~ gksxk%&
(i) dk;fpfdRlk ¼vUr% ,oa ckὓ vBkjg ekg
d½ dk;fpfdRlk ¼lkekU;½ N% ekg
[k½ ekul jksx rhu ekg
x½ jlk;u ,oa okthdj.k rhu ekg
?k½ iapdeZ rhu ekg
M+½ jksx foKku ,oa fod`fr foKku rhu ekg
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 143
(ii) 'kY; ¼vUr% ,oa cká ½ ukS ekg
d½ 'kY; ¼lkekU;½ rhu ekg¼’kY;
ekg d{k esa de ls de ,d ekg½
[k½ 'kY; ¼{kkj ,oa vuq’kL= deZ½ rhu ekg¼’kY;
ekg d{k esa de ls de ,d ekg½
x½ {kkj lw= nks ekg
?k½ laKkgj.k iUnzg fnu
M+½ fofdj.k&fpfdRlk foKku iUnzg fnu
(iii) 'kkykD; ra= ¼vUr% ,oa cká½ pkj ekg¼’kY;
ekg d{k esa de ls de ,d ekg½
(iv) izlwfr ra= ,oa L=hjksx ¼cká ,oa vUr%½ rhu ekg ¼cká ,oa vUr%½
(v) dkSekj Hk`R; ¼cká ,oa vUr%½ ,d ekg
(vi) vkR;f;d
vkR;f;d ¼vk?kkr½ nks ekg
13-
13- f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds fy, vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko & f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds fy, vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko fuEuor~ gksax%s &
¼d½ vfuok;Z vgZrk,a&
(i) Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 ds vUrxZr ekU;rk izkIr fo’ofo|ky; ;k mlds led{k ls vk;qosnZ
esa Lukrd mikf/kA
(ii) Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh vuqlwph esa lfEefyr lacaf/kr fo"k; vFkok fof’k"Vrk esa
LukrdksRrj mikf/kA
¼[k½ vuqHko
(i) izk/;kid ds in gsrq% lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa dqy nl o"kksZa dk f’k{k.k vuqHko vFkok lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa lg&vkpk;Z
¼izokpd½ ds :Ik esa ikap o"kksZa dk f’k{k.k vuqHko vFkok ekU;rk izkIr tuZy esa izdkf’kr U;wure ikap ’kks/k i=ksa lfgr
dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks=ksa dh vuql/a kku ifj"kn~ksa vFkok fo”ofo|ky; vFkok jk"Vªh;
laLFkkvkas esa fu;fer lsok ds dqy nl o"kksZ dk vuqla/kku vuqHkoA
(ii) izokpd vFkok lg&vkpk;Z ds in gsrq% lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa ikap o"kksZa dk f’k{k.k vuqHko vFkok ekU;rk izkIr tuZy esa
izdkf’kr U;wure rhu “kks/k i=ksa lfgr dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks=ksa dh vuqla/kku
ifj"kn~ksa vFkok fo’ofo|ky; vFkok jk"Vªh; laLFkkvkas esa fu;fer lsok ds dqy ikap o"kksZ dk vuqla/kku vuqHkoA
(iii) lgk;d&vkpk;Z vFkok O;k[;krk ds in gsrq% izFke fu;qfDr ds le; vk;q iSarkyhl o"kZ ls vf/kd ugha gksxh rFkk blesa
orZeku fu;e vuqlkj lsokjr vH;fFkZ;ksa dks NwV nh tk ldrh gSA
fVIi.kh %& vk;qosZn esa MkWDVjsV mikf/k /kkjd dks izkFkfedrk nh tk,xhA
¼x½ laLFkk ds izeq[k ds in gsrq vgZrk ,oa vuqHko% laLFkk ds izeq[k ¼iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk vFkok funs'kd½ ds in
gsrq vgZrk ,oa vuqHko izk/;kid ds in gsrq fu/kkZfjr vgZrk ,oa vuqHko ds leku gksxkA
¼?k½ leoxhZ fo"k;ksa dk izko/kku% rkfydk ds dkWye ¼2½ esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd vH;FkhZ
ds vHkko esa rkfydk ds dkWye ¼3½ esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr leoxhZ fo"k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd vH;FkhZ O;k[;krk vFkok
lgk;d&vkpk;Z] izokpd vFkok lg&vkpk;Z rFkk izk/;kid ds in gsrq ik= gksaxs%&
rkfydk
dze la[;k vko';d fof’k"Vrk leoxhZ fo"k; dk uke
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- LokLFo`Rr dk;fpfdRlk
2- vxn ra= nzO;xq.k ;k jl”’kkL=
3- jksx foKku dk;fpfdRlk
4- jpuk ’kkjhj ’kY;
5- fdz;k ’kkjhj vk;qonsZ Lkafgrk ,oa fl)kUr vFkok dk;fpfdRlk
6- ’kkykD; ’kY;
7- iapdeZ dk;fpfdRlk
8- ckyjksx izlfw r ,oa L=hjksx vFkok dk;fpfdRlk
9- dk;fpfdRlk Ekkuljksx
10- ’kY; fu’psru ,oa {k&fdj.k
11- izLkwfr ,oa L=h jksx ’kY; ra=
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fVIi.kh 1% leoxhZ fo"k;ksa ds izko/kku dh vuqefr bu fofu;eksa ds izdk’ku dh frfFk ls ikap o"kZ ds fy, gksxhA
fVIi.kh 2% fu;fer MkWDVj vkWQ fQykWlQh ¼ih-,p-Mh-½ /kkjd dk 'kks/k dk;Z vuqHko ,d o"kZ ds f’k{k.k vuqHko ds lerqY; ekuk
tk,xkA
14- vk;qosZn esa ijh{kd dh fu;qfDr& lacaf/kr fo"k; esa U;wure rhu o"kZ ds f’k{k.k vuqHko vFkok vuqla/kku vuqHko okys fu;fer vFkok
14-
lsokfuo`Rr f'k{kd vFkok vuqla/kkudrkZ ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh O;fDr dks ijh{kd gsrq ik= ugha le>k tk;sxkA**
d- uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
[foKkiu III@4@vlk-@290 ¼124½]
fVIi.kh% vxzsath ,oa fgUnh fofu;e esa dksbZ folaxfr ik;h tkrh gS] rks vxzsath fofu;e uker% Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
esa f’k{kk ds U;wure ekud½ ¼la’kks/ku½ fofu;e] 2016 dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016.
No. 24-14/2016 (U.G. Regulation).—In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (i), (j) and (k) of sub-
section (1) of section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), the Central Council of Indian
Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to amend the
Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986, namely:-
1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette
2. In the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Regulations, 1986, for
the Schedule I, the following Schedule shall be substituted, namely:-
“SCHEDULE - I
(See regulation 5)
1. Aims and Objects.- The Bachelor of Ayurveda education shall aim at producing graduates, having profound
knowledge of Ashtanga Ayurveda supplemented with knowledge of scientific advances in modern medicine along with
extensive practical training so as to become efficient physicians and surgeons fully competent to serve the health care
services.
2. Admission qualification.- The eligibility to seek admission in Bachelor of Ayurveda education are as under-
(a) 12th standard with science or any other equivalent examination recognised by concerned State Governments and
Education Boards with at least fifty per cent. aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
(b) For reserved category or special category like physically handicapped students in 10+2, they shall be given relaxation
in marks for admission in Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery as per rules for time being in force.
(c) For foreign students any other equivalent qualification to be approved by the concerned authority may be allowed.
3. Duration of course.- The duration of the course shall be five years and six months comprising-
(a) First Professional - Twelve months
(b) Second Professional - Twelve months
(c) Third Professional - Twelve months
(d) Final Professional - Eighteen months.
(e) Compulsory Rotatory Internship - Twelve months
4. Degree to be awarded.- The candidate shall be awarded Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and
Surgery- B.A.M.S.) degree after passing all the examinations and completion of the prescribed course of study extending
over the prescribed period and the compulsory rotatory internship extending over twelve months.
5. Medium of instruction.- The medium of instruction for the course shall be Sanskrit or Hindi or any recognised
regional language or English.
6. Scheme of examination.- (1) (a) The first professional session shall ordinarily start in July and the first professional
examination shall be at the end of one academic year of first professional session;
(b) The first professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Padarth Vigyan evam Ayurved Itihas;
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(ii) Sanskrit;
(iii) Kriya Sharir (Physiology);
(iv) Rachana Sharir (Anatomy); and
(v) Maulik Siddhant evam Ashtanga Hridaya (Sutra Sthan);
(c) The failed student of first Professional shall be allowed to appear in second professional examination, but the student
shall not be allowed to appear in third professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of first
professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass first professional examination within a
period of maximum three years.
(2) (a) The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of first
professional examination and the second professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of
month of May or June every year after completion of one year of second professional session;
(b) The second professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Dravyaguna Vigyan (Pharmacology and Materia Medica);
(ii) Rasashastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical Science);
(iii) Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan (Diagnostic Procedure and Pathology); and
(iv) Charak Samhita-Purvardh (an ancient Ayurvedic text, Part -I);
(c) The failed student of second professional who have passed all the subjects of first professional examination shall be
allowed to appear in third professional examination, but the student shall not be allowed to appear in final
professional examination unless the student passes all the subjects of second professional examination and maximum
four chances shall be given to pass second professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
(3) (a) The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of second
professional examination and the third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of the
month of May or June every year after completion of one year of third professional session;
(b) The third professional examination shall be held in the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Agad Tantra Vyavahar Ayurveda evam Vidhi Vaidyaka (Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence);
(ii) Charak Samhita-Uttarardh (an ancient Ayurvedic text, Part -II);
(iii) Swasthavritta and Yoga (Preventive and Social Medicine and Yoga);
(iv) Prasuti evam Striroga (Obstetrics & Gynaecology); and
(v) Bal Roga (Paediatrics);
(c) The failed student of third professional who have passed all the subjects of first and second professional examinations
shall be allowed to appear in final professional examination and maximum four chances shall be given to pass third
professional examination within a period of maximum three years.
(4) (a) The final professional session shall be of one year and six months duration and shall start every year in the month
of July following completion of third professional examination and the final professional examination shall be ordinarily
held and completed by the end of month of October or November every year after completion of one year and six months
of final professional session;
(b) The final professional examination shall comprise of the following subjects, namely:-
(i) Shalya Tantra (General Surgery);
(ii) Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of Head and Neck including Ophthalmology, Ear, Nose, Throat and Dentistry);
(iii) Kayachikitsa (Internal Medicine-including Manas Roga, Rasayan and Vajikarana);
(iv) Panchakarma; and
(vi) Research Methodology and Medical-statistics;
(c) Research Methodology shall remain in the department of Samhita Siddhant but for the purpose of teaching, Bio-
statistician shall be required as part time to teach Research Methodology;
(d) The student failed in any of the four professional examinations in four chances shall not be allowed to continue his or
her studies:
Provided that, in case of serious personal illness of a student and in any unavoidable circumstances, the Vice-
Chancellor of the concerned University may provide one more chance in any one of four professional examinations;
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(e) To become eligible for joining the compulsory internship programme, all four professional examinations shall be
passed within a period of maximum nine years including all chances as mentioned above.
7. Compulsory Rotatory Internship.- (1) The duration of Compulsory Rotatory Internship shall be one year and the
student shall be eligible to join the compulsory internship programme after passing all the subjects from first to the final
professional examination and the internship programme shall be start after the declaration of the result of final
professional examination.
(2) The Internship Programme and time distribution shall be as follows:-
(a) the interns shall receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme along with the rules
and regulations, in an orientation workshop, which shall be organised during the first three days of the beginning
of internship programme and a work book shall be given to each intern, in which the intern shall enter date-wise
details of activities undertaken by him or her during his or her training;
(b) every intern shall provisionally register himself with the concerned State Board or Council and obtain a
certificate to this effect before joining the internship program;
(c) the daily working hours of intern shall be not less than eight hours;
(d) normally one-year internship programme shall be divided into clinical training of six months in the Ayurvedic
hospital attached to the college and six months in Primary Health Centre or Community Health Centre or Rural
Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any Government Hospital of modern medicine:
Provided that where there is no provision or permission of the State Government for allowing the graduate of
Ayurveda in the hospital or dispensary of Modern Medicine, the one-year Internship shall be completed in the
hospital of Ayurvedic college.
3. The clinical training of six or twelve months, as case may be, in the Ayurvedic hospital attached to the college or in
non-teaching hospitals approved by Central Council of Indian Medicine shall be conducted as follows:-
Sl.No. Departments Distribution of six months Distribution of twelve months
(i) Kayachikitsa Two months Four Months
(ii) Shalya One month Two months
(iii) Shalakya One month Two months
(iv) Prasuti evam Striroga One month Two months
(v) Balroga-Kaumarabhritya Fifteen days One month
(vi) Panchakarma Fifteen days One month

4. Six months training of interns shall be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with the National
health Programme and the intern shall undertake such training in one of the following institutes, namely:-
(a) Primary Health Centre;
(b) Community Health Centre or District Hospital;
(c) Any recognised or approved hospital of modern medicine;
(d) Any recognised or approved Ayurvedic hospital or Dispensary:
Provided that all the above institutes mentioned in clauses (a) to (d) shall have to be recognised by the concerned
University and concerned Government designated authority for taking such a training.
5. Detailed Guidelines for internship programme.- The guidelines for conducting the internship clinical training of six or
twelve months in the Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college and the intern shall undertake the following
activities in the respective department as shown below:-
(a) Kayachikitsa- The duration of internship in this department shall be two months or four months with following
activities:-
(i) all routine works such as case taking, investigations, diagnosis and management of common diseases by
Ayurvedic Medicine;
(ii) routine clinical pathological work such as haemoglobin estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis,
microscopic examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stool examination, Mutra evam Mala
pariksha by Ayurvedic method, interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arriving at a
diagnosis;
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(iii) training in routine ward procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet, habits and
verification of medicine schedule;
(b) Panchakarma- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month with following
activities:-
(i) Panchakarma procedures and techniques regarding purva karma, pradhan karma and pashchat Karma;
(c) Shalya- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be
practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles;
(ii) management of certain surgical emergencies such as fractures and dislocations, acute abdomen;
(iii) practical training of aseptic and antiseptics techniques, sterilization;
(iv) intern shall be involved in pre-operative and post-operative managements;
(v) practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of anesthetic drugs;
(vi) radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, Intra Venous Pyelogram, Barium meal,
Sonography and Electro Cardio Gram;
(vii) surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as-
(a) suturing of fresh injuries;
(b) dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers and similar ailments;
(c) incision of abscesses;
(d) excision of cysts;
(e) venesection; and
(f) application of Ksharasutra in ano rectal deseases;
(d) Shalakya- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern shall be
practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles;
(ii) intern shall be involved in Pre-operative and Post-operative managements;
(iii) surgical procedures in Ear, Nose, Throat, Dental problems, Ophthalmic problems;
(iv) examinations of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Refractive Error with the supportive instruments in Out-
Patient Department; and
(v) procedures like Anjana Karma, Nasya, Raktamokshan, Karnapuran, Shirodhara, Putpak, Kawal, Gandush
at Out-Patient Department level;
(e) Prasuti evam Striroga- The duration of internship in this department shall be one month or two months and intern
shall be practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and post-natal care;
(ii) management of normal and abnormal labours; and
(iii) minor and major obstetric surgical procedures;
(f) Balroga- The duration of internship in this department shall be fifteen days or one month and intern shall be
practically trained to acquaint with the following activities:-
(i) antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and post-natal care also by Ayurvedic
principles and medicine;
(ii) antenatal and post-natal emergencies;
(iii) care of new born child along with immunization programme; and
(iv) important pediatric problems and their Ayurvedic managements.
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(6) The Internship training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or District Hospital or Civil Hospital or any
Government Hospital of modern medicine or Ayurvedic Hospital or Dispensary- During the six months internship
training in Primary Health Centre or Rural Hospital or Community Health Centre or District Hospital or any
recognised or approved hospital of Modern Medicine or Ayurvedic Hospital or Dispensary, the interns shall –
(i) get acquainted with routine of the Primary Health Centre and maintenance of their records;
(ii) get aquatinted with the diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management;
(iii) involve in teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes;
(iv) get acquainted with the routine working of the medical or non-medical staff of Primary Health Centre and be
always in contact with the staff in this period;
(v) get familiaried with the work of maintaining the relevant register like daily patient register, family planning
register, surgical register and take active participation in different Government health schemes or
programmes;
(vi) participate actively in different National Health Programmes implemented by the State Government; and
(vii) participate actively in casualty section of the hospital in identification of casualty and trauma cases and their
first aid treatment and also procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.
8. Assessment.- After completing the assignment in various Sections, the interns have to obtain a completion certificate
from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the Section concerned and finally submitted to Principal
or Head of the institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.
9. Migration of Internship.- (1) The Migration of internship shall be with the consent of the both college and
University, in case of migration is between the colleges and two different Universities.
(2) In case migration is only between colleges of the same University, the consent of both the colleges shall be required.
(3) The migration shall be accepted by the University on the production of the character certificate issued by institute or
college and application forwarded by the college and University with a “No Objection Certificate”, as case may be.
10. Examination.- (1) The theory examination shall have minimum twenty per cent. short answer questions having
maximum mark up to forty per cent. and minimum four questions for long explanatory answer having maximum marks
up to sixty per cent. and these questions shall cover entire syllabus of subject.
(2) The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be fifty per cent. in theory and fifty per cent. in
practical or clinical or viva-voce, wherever applicable separately in each subject.
(3) A candidate obtaining seventy-five per cent. marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.
(4) The supplementary examination shall be held within six months of regular examination and failed students shall be
eligible to appear in its supplementary examination, as the case may be.
(5) Each student shall be required to maintain seventy-five per cent. attendance in each subject (in theory and practical)
for appearing in the examination and in this regard a class attendance card shall be maintained for each student for
the different subjects and the Principal shall arrange to obtain the signature of the students, teachers at the end of
each course of lectures and practical instructions and send the cards to each Head of the Department for final
completion before the commencement of each examination.
(6) In case a student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he or she shall appear in supplementary
examination as regular students, whose non-appearance in regular examination shall not be treated as an attempt and
such students after passing examination shall join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional
examination after completion of the required period of study.
(7) The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject-
(a) Regularity in attendance;
(b) Periodical tests; and
(c) Practical work.
11. Migration.- (1) The Students may be allowed to take the migration to continue their study to another college after
passing the first professional examination, but failed students transfer and mid-term migration shall not be allowed.
(2) For migration, the students shall have to obtain the mutual consent of both colleges and Universities and it shall be
against the vacant seat after obtaining “No Objection Certificate” from Central Council.
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 149
12. (1) Number of papers and marks for theory and practical or viva-voce:
Name of the subject Number of hours of teaching Details of maximum marks
Theory Practical Total Number of Theory Practical Total
papers or Viva-
voce
1st Professional
1. Padarth Vigyan evam Ayurved ka Itihas 100 --- 100 Two 200 --- 200
2. Sanskrit 200 --- 200 One 100 --- 100
3. Kriya Sharir 200 200 400 Two 200 100 300
4. Rachana Sharir 300 200 500 Two 200 100 300
5. Maulik Siddhant evam Asthanga 150 --- 150 One 100 50 150
Hridyaya (Sutra Sthan)
nd
2 Professional
1. Dravyaguna Vigyan 200 200 400 Two 200 200 400
2. Roga Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan 200 200 400 Two 200 100 300
(01 –
Pathology
01-
Ayurveda
3. Rasashastra evam Bhaishjya Kalpana 200 200 400 Two 200 200 400
4. Charak Samhita (Purvardh) 200 --- 200 One 100 50 150
3rd Professional
1. Agad Tantra, Vyavhar Ayurved evam 200 100 300 One 100 50 150
Vidhi Vaidyak
2. Swasthavritta and Yoga 200 100 300 Two 200 100 300
3. Prasuti evam Striroga 200 200 400 Two 200 100 300
4. Balroga 100 100 200 One 100 50 150
5. Charak Samhita (Uttarardh) 200 -- 200 One 100 50 150

Final Professional
1. Kayachikitsa 300 200 500 Two 200 100 300
2. Panchakarma 100 200 300 One 100 50 150
3. Shalya Tantra 200 150 350 Two 200 100 300

4. Shalakya Tantra 200 150 350 Two 200 100 300


5. Research Methodology and Medical 50 -- 50 One 50 --- 50
Statistics

NOTE: The period of theory and practical shall not be less than sixty minutes (one hour) and the duration of the practical
of clinical subjects and Rachana Sharir (Dissection) shall be of at least one hundred and twenty minutes (two
hours).
(2) Clinical training of the students shall start from third professional onwards.
(3) The clinical training in the hospital attached with college to the students shall be as follows:-
(i) Kayachikitsa (Indoor and Outdoor): Eighteen Months
(a) Kayachikitsa (Samanya) - Six months
(b) Manasroga - Three months
(c) Rasayan and Vajikaran - Three months
(d) Panchakarma - Three months
(e) Rog Nidan evam Vikriti Vigyan - Three months
(ii) Shalya (Indoor and Outdoor): Nine Months
(a) Shalya (Samanya) - Three months (minimum one-month in Operation
Theatre)
(b) Shalya (Kshar and Anushastra Karma) - Three months (minimum one-month in Operation Theatre)
(c) Ksharsutra - Two months
150 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

(d) Anaesthesia - Fifteen days


(e) Radiology - Fifteen days
(iii) Shalakya Tantra (Indoor and Outdoor): Four months (minimum one-month in Operation Theatre)
(iv) Prasuti evam Striroga (Outdoor and indoor) : Three months
(v) Kaumarabhritya (Outdoor and indoor) : One month
(vi) Atyayik (casualty) : Two months
13. Qualifications and Experience for teaching staff.- The qualifications and experience for teaching staff shall be as
follows:-
(a) Essential qualification-
(i) A Bachelor degree in Ayurveda from a University or its equivalent as recognised under the Indian Medicine
Central Council Act, 1970; and
(ii) A Post-graduate qualification in the subject or speciality concerned included in the Schedule to the Indian
Medicine Central Council Act, 1970.
(b) Experience-
(i) For the post of Professor: Ten years teaching experience in concerned subject or five years teaching
experience as Associate Professor (Reader) in concerned subject or ten years research experience in regular
service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union territory or University or
National Institutions with minimum five papers published in a recognised journal.
(ii) For the post of Reader or Associate Professor: Five years teaching experience in concerned subject or five
years research experience in regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government
or Union territory or University or National Institutions with minimum three papers published in a recognised
journal.
(iii) For the post of Assistant Professor or Lecturer: The age shall not exceed forty-five years at the time of first
appointment and it may be relaxed for in-service candidates as per the existing rules.
Note: Priority shall be given to the candidates having Doctoral in Ayurveda.
(c) Qualification and experience for the post of Head of the Institution –The qualification and experience for the post
of Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director) shall be the same qualification and experience prescribed
for the post of Professor.
(d) Provision of allied subject- In absence of the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the subject concerned as
mentioned in column (2) of the table, the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the allied subjects as mentioned
in column (3) of the table, shall be considered eligible for the post of Lecturer or Assistant Professor, Reader or
Associate Professor and Professor:-
Table
Sl.No. Speciality required Name of the allied subjects
(1) (2) (3)
1. Swasthavritta Kayachikitsa
2. Agada Tantra Dravyaguna or Rasashastra
3. Roga Vigyana Kayachikitsa
4. Rachana Sharira Shalya
5. Kriya Sharira Ayurveda Samhita evam Siddhant or Kayachikitsa
6. Shalakya Shalya
7. Panchakarma Kayachikitsa
8. Balaroga Prasuti evam Striroga or Kayachikitsa
9. Kayachikitsa Manasaroga
10. Shalya Nischetana evam Ksha- kirana
11. Prasuti evam Strirog Shalya Tantra

Note 1: The provision of allied subjects may be allowed for five years from the date of publication of these regulations.
Note 3: The research experience of regular Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) holder may be considered equivalent to one
year teaching experience.
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 151
14. Appointment of Examiner in Ayurveda.- No person other than regular or retired teacher or researcher with
minimum three years teaching or research experience in the concerned subject shall be considered eligible for
examinership”.
K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secry.
[Advt. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note : If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum
Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) Amendment Regulations, 2016”. The English version will be treated as final.
vf/klwpuk
ubZ fnYyh 7 uoEcj] 2016
la- 4&90@2016&ih-th- jsxqys’ku Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~] vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ dh
/kkjk 36 dh mi/kkjk ¼1½ ds [kaM ¼>½] ¼´½ vkSj ¼V½ }kjk iznRr 'kfDr;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, vkSj Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼LukrdksRrj f”k{kk½ fofu;e] 1979 ,oa Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn ¼LukrdksRrj vk;qosZn f”k{kk½
fofu;e] 2012 dks mu ckrksa ds flok; tgkWa rd os vk;qonsZ fpfdRlk i)fr esa LukrdksRrj f”k{kk ls lEcfU/kr gS]
vf/kØkar djrs gq, ftUgsa ,sls vf/kØe.k ls igys fd;k x;k gS vFkok fd, tkus dk yksi fd;k x;k gS] Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dsUnzh; ljdkj dh iwoZ lgefr ls vk;qosZn fpfdRlk i)fr esa LukrdksRrj f”k{kk dks fofu;fer djus gsrq
fuEufyf[kr fofu;eksa dk fuekZ.k djrh gS] vFkkZr~%&
1- laf{kIr uke vkSj izkjaHk & ¼1½ bu fofu;eksa dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼LukrdksRrj vk;qosZn f”k{kk½
fofu;e] 2016 dgk tk,xkA
¼2½ os dk;kZy; jkti= esa muds izdkf”kr gksus dh frfFk ls ykxw gksx a As
2- ifjHkk"kk,a & ¼1½ bu fofu;eksa esa tc rd lanHkZ ls vU;Fkk visf{kr u gks &
¼d½ ^^vf/kfu;e** ls Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e] 1970 ¼1970 dk 48½ vfHkizsr gS(
¼[k½ ^^ifj"kn~** ls Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vfHkizsr gS(
¼x½ ^^ekU;rk izkIr laLFkku** ls vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 2 dh mi/kkjk ¼1½ ds [kaM ¼d½ ,oa ¼M-d½ ds v/khu ;Fkk ifjHkkf"kr
dksbZ vuqeksfnr laLFkku vfHkizsr gSAa
¼2½ ;gka ij iz;qDr “kCn vkSj vfHkO;fDr tks ;gka ifjHkkf"kr ugha gS] ijUrq vfèkfu;e esa ifjHkkf"kr gS] dk vfHkizk;
vfèkfu;e esa muds fy, fn, x, vFkZ ls gksxkA
3- mís’; vkSj iz;kstu & LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze ds mís”; vk;qosZn fof”k"Vrkvksa vkSj vfr fof”k"Vrkvksa dk vfHkfoU;kl
djuk] vkSj ,sls lqfoK vkSj fo”ks"kKksa dks rS;kj djuk gS tks lq;ksX; vkSj n{k v/;kid] fpfdRld] 'kY; fpfdRld]
L=h jksx ,oa izlfw r rU= fo”ks"kK ¼L=h jksx vkSj izlfw r ra=K½] vkS"k/k fuekZ.k fo”ks"kK] vuql/a kkudrkZ vkSj vk;qosZn
fo”ks"kKrk ds fofHkUu {ks=ksa ds mn~HkV fo}ku gksAa
4- fof’k"Vrk,a ftuesa LukrdksRrj mikf/k lapkfyr dh tk ldrh gSa & LukrdksRrj mikf/k;ka fuEufyf[kr
fof”k’Vrkvksa esa vuqKkr dh tk,axh&
dz-la- fof'k"Vrk dk uke vk/kqfud fo"k; dh fudVre foHkkx ftlesa LukrdksRrj mikf/k
ikfjHkkf"kd 'kCnkoyh lapkfyr dh tk ldrh gSa
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
iwoZ uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
1 vk;qonsZ lafgrk ,oa fl)kar vk;qonsZ lafgrk ,oa csfld fizalhiYl vkWQ lafgrk ,oa vk;qonsZ ds ekSfyd fl)kar
vk;qonsZ
2 jpuk 'kkjhj ,ukVeh jpuk 'kkjhj
3 fØ;k 'kjhj fQft;ksyksth fØ;k 'kkjhj
le uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
4 nzO; xq.k foKku eSfVfj;k esfMdk ,oa QkekZdksyksth nzO; xq.k
5 jl 'kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk vk;qonsZ QkekZL;wfVdYl jl 'kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk
6 jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku Mk;XuksfLVd izkls htj ,oa iSFkksyksth jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku
uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
7 izlfw r ,oa L=h jksx vkWCLVsfVªDl ,oa xk;udksykth izlfw r ,oa L=h jksx
8 dkSekj Hk`R;& cky jksx iSfM;sfVªDl dkSekj Hk`R;& cky jksx
9 LoLFko`Rr izhosfUVo lks”ky esfMflu LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx
10 dk; fpfdRlk esfMflu dk; fpfdRlk
11 jlk;u ,oa okthdju jstfq ous”ku ,oa ,ÝksMhfl,Dl dk; fpfdRlk
152 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

12 euksfoKku ,oa ekul jksx lkbdsVªh dk; fpfdRlk


13 'kY; ltZjh 'kY; ra=
14 “kkykD; fMlhlst vkWQ vkbZ] bZ;j] ukst] FkzkVs ] 'kkykD; ra=
gSM] usd] vksjy ,.M MsfUVLVªh
15 iapdeZ iapdeZ iapdeZ
16 vxn ra= VkWDlhDykWth ,oa Qksjfs Uld esfMflu vxn ra=
17 ;ksx ;ksx LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx

5- LukrdksRrj mikf/k dh uke i)fr & lEcfU/kr fof”k"Vrkvksa esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k dh uke i)fr fuEuor~ gksxh%&
dz-la- fof'k"Vrk vFkok mikf/k dk uke laf{kIr :i
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
iwoZ uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
1 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & vk;qonsZ lafgrk ,oa fl)kar ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½& dEisfUM;e ,.M csfld fizalhiYl
2 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & jpuk 'kjhj ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ ,ukVeh
3 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & fdz;k 'kjhj ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ fQft;ksyksth
le uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
4 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & nzO; xq.k foKku ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ eSfVfj;k esfMdk ,.M QkekZdksyksth
5 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & jl 'kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ QkekZL;wfVdYl
6 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ Mk;XuksfLVd izkslhtj ,oa iSFkksykth
uSnkfud fof’k"Vrk
7 vk;qonsZ /kUoarfj & izlfw r ,oa L=h jksx ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ vkWCLVsfVªDl ,.M xk;usdksykth
8 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & dkSekj Hk`R;& cky jksx ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ iSfM;sfVªDl
9 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & LoLFko`Rr ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ lks”ky ,.M izhosfUVo esfMflu
10 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & dk; fpfdRlk ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ esfMflu
11 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & jlk;u ,oa okthdj.k ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ jstfq ous”ku ,oa ,ÝksMhfl,Dl
12 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & euksfoKku ,oa ekul jksx ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ lkbdsVªh
13 vk;qonsZ /kUoarfj & 'kY; ,e- ,l- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ ltZjh
14 vk;qonsZ /kUoarfj & 'kkykD; ,e- ,l- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ fMlhlst vkWQ vkbZ] bZ;j] ukst] FkzkVs ]
gSM] usd] vksjy ,.M MsfUVLVªh
15 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & iapdeZ ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ iapdeZ
16 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & vxn ra= ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ VkWDlhDykWth ,oa Qksjfs Uld esfMflu
17 vk;qonsZ okpLifr & ;ksx ,e- Mh- ¼vk;qonsZ ½ ;ksx

fVIi.kh 1% iwoZ ukekoyh ;Fkk vk;qosZn okpLifr&vk;qosZn fl)kUr] vk;qosZn okpLifr&vk;qosZn lafgrk] vk;qosZn
okpLifr&fØ;k ”kjhj ¼nks"k&/kkrq& ey foKku½ RkFkk vk;qosZn okpLifr&HkS’kT; dYiuk tSlk fd LukrdksRrj
f”k{kk fofu;e] 2005 esa mfYyf[kr gS] ls izkIr LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd lEcfU/kr foHkkx esa fu;qDr fd;s tk
ldsx a As tSls nks"k /kkrq ey foKku ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd fØ;k ”kjhj&foHkkx es]a lafgrk o fl)kUr ds
LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd lafgrk ,oa vk;qosZn ds vk/kkjHkwr fl)kUr foHkkx es]a HkS"kT; dYiuk ds LukrdksRrj
vgZrk /kkjd jl”kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk foHkkx esa fu;qDr fd, tk ldsx a As mlh izdkj iwoZ ukekoyh ;Fkk
vk;qosZn èkUoarfj&”kY;&lkekU;] vk;qosZn /kUorafj&{kkj deZ ,oa vuq”kL= deZ] v;qosZn /kUoarfj&”kkYkkD;&us= jksx]
vk;qosZn /kUoarfj& ”kkykD;&f”kjks&uklk d.kZ ,oa daB jksx] vk;qosZn /kUoarfj&”kkykD;&nar ,oa eq[k jksx] vk;qosZn
okpLifr& laKkgj.k] vk;qosZn okpLifr& Nk;k ,oa fofdj.k foKku] vk;qosZn /kUoarfj&vfLFk laf/k ,oa eeZxr jksx
,oa vk;qosZn okpLifr&LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx] tSlk fd LukrdksRrj f”k{kk fofu;e] 2012 esa mfYyf[kr gS] ls izkIr
LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd lEcfU/kr foHkkx esa fu;qDr fd, tk ldsx a As tSls ”kY; lkekU; ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk
/kkjd ”kY; foHkkx es]a {kkj deZ ,oa vuq”kL= deZ ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd ”kY; foHkkx esa] ”kkykD;&us= jksx
ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd ”kkykD; foHkkx es]a ”kkykD;&f”kjks& s uklk d.kZ ,oa daB jksx ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk
/kkjd ”kkykD; foHkkx es]a ”kkykD;&nar ,oa eq[k jksx ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd ”kkykD; foHkkx es]a laKkgj.k
ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd ”kY; foHkkx es]a Nk;k ,oa fofdj.k foKku ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd jksx funku
foHkkx es]a vfLFk laf/k ,oa eeZxr jksx ds LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd ”kY; foHkkx esa rFkk LoLFko`Rr ,oa ;ksx ds
LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd LoLFko`Rr foHkkx esa fu;qDr fd, tk ldsx a Asa
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 153
fVIi.kh 2% uo fodflr fof”k"Vrk ;Fkk vk;qosZn okpLifr&;ksx ds LukrdksRrj mikf/k /kkjd fofu;e 4 ds vUrxZr
mfYyf[kr muds ewy foHkkx esa fu;qfDr gsrq fopkj.kh; gksx a As tSls ;ksx ds LukrdksRrj mikf/k /kkjd LoLFko`Rr
,oa ;ksx foHkkx esa fu;qfDr gsrq fopkj.kh; gksxAsa
6- LukrdksRrj laLFkk] tgk¡ Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe vfLrRo esa gS] gsrq U;wure vko’;drk,a & LukrdksRrj laLFkku]
tgk¡ Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe vfLrRo esa gS] fuEufyf[kr vko”;drk,a iwjh djsx a s ;Fkk &
¼1½ Lukrdh; laLFkk tks Lukrdh; f”k{k.k ds U;wure lk<+s pkj o"kZ ¼4½ o"kZ½ iw.kZ dj pqdsa gS] LukrdksRrj ikB~Øe
izkjaHk djus gsrq vkosnu djus ds fy, ik= gksx a As
¼2½ laLFkk dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure
ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la”kksf/kr Lukrdh; izf”k{k.k
dh leLr U;wure ekud vis{kkvksa dks iw.kZ djuk gksxkA
¼3½ laLFkk dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure
ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la”kksf/kr lEcfU/kr
fof”k"Vrkvksa rFkk fo"k;ksa esa izf”k{k.k gsrq visf{kr leLr midj.k vkSj vuql/a kku lqfo/kk,a j[kus gksxAsa
¼4½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe izkjEHk djus gsrq laLFkk dks dsUnzh; vuql/a kku iz;ksx”kkyk ,oa Ik”kq x`g j[kuk gksxkA Ik”kq x`g
laLFkk dk viuk futh vFkok lg;ksx esa j[kk x;k gksxkA
¼5½ orZeku LukrdksRrj laLFkkvksa dks 31 fnlEcj] 2016 ls iwoZ mi&fofu;e ¼4½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vis{kkvksa dks iw.kZ
djuk gksxkA
¼6½ vfrfjDr lgk;d LVkWQ tSls ckW;ks dSfeLV] QkZekZdksyksftLV] ckW;ks LVsfVLVhf”k;u] ekbØksckW;ksykWftLV fu;qDr
djus gksxa s rFkk budh vgZrk ekU;rk izkIr fo”ofo|ky; ls lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k vFkok led{k
vgZrk gksxhA
¼7½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe izkjEHk djus ds fy, Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe gsrq ;Fkk visf{kr f”k{kd oxZ ds vfrfjDr de ls
de lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa ,d vkpk;Z vFkok izokpd vkSj ,d O;k[;krk vko”;d gksx a As ;fn ml fo"k; esa iwoZ
Lukrd Lrj ij LorU= foHkkx ugha gS rks ml fo”ks"kKrk esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe izkjEHk djus gsrq U;wure ,d
vkpk;Z vFkok izokpd vkSj ,d O;k[;krk gksxkA
¼8½ “kSf{kd l= 2017&18 ls LukrdksRrj foHkkx vFkok fof”k"Vrk esas lEcfU/kr fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk esa U;wure ,d
vkpk;Z j[kuk gksxkA
¼9½ jpuk “kjhj] fØ;k “kjhj] nzO;xq.k] jl“kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk] jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku ,oa “kY;ra= esa ls
izR;sd foHkkx esa Lukrdh; LVkWQ dh vko”;drk ds vfrfjDr fuEufyf[kr xSj&f“k{k.k LVkWQ dh vko”;drk
gksxh%&
(i) iz;ksx“kkyk rduhf“k;u & 1 ¼,d½
(ii) iz;ksx“kkyk lgk;d & 1 ¼,d½
(iii) ifjpj vFkok vuqlsod vFkok cgqmn~~n”s kh; dkfeZd & 1 ¼,d½
¼10½ laLFkk ds ikl Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy,
U;wure ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la“kksf/kr ds vuqlkj
lHkh foHkkxksa esa fof“k"Vrk ds vuqlkj i;kZIr lqfo/kkvksa ds lkFk iw.kZ lqlfTtr U;wure ,d lkS “k¸;kvksa ;qDr
vLirky gksuk pkfg,A
¼11½ LukrdksRrj laLFkk ftlesa lkB lhVksa rd ds lkFk Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe gks]a mifofu;e ¼10½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V
“k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ds Hkhrj uSnkfud fo"k;ksa esa nl LukrdksRrj lhVsa Lohdk;Z gksxhA rFkk uSnkfud fo"k;ksa esa nl
LukrdksRrj lhVksa ls vf/kd lhVksa ds fy,] mi&fofu;e ¼10½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V “k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ij Nk=%
“k¸;k vuqikr 1%4 ds vuqlkj vfrfjDr “k¸;k,a miyC/k djkbZ tk,xhA
¼12½ fofu;e 4 esa Øe la[;k 1 ls 6 ij ;Fkk fofufnZ"V iwoZ&uSnkfud vFkok le uSnkfud fo"k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj
mi&fofu;e ¼10½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V “k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ds vk/kkj ij Lohdk;Z gksxkA
¼13½ LukrdksRrj laLFkk es]a ftlesa bDlB ls lkS lhVksa ds lkFk Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe gks]a mi&fofu;e ¼10½ esa ;Fkk
fofufnZ"V “k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ij Nk=% “k¸;k vuqikr 1%4 ds vuqlkj uSnkfud fo"k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj gsrq vfrfjDr
lhVksa dh vko”;drk gksxhA
¼14½ fiNys ,d dSy.s Mj o"kZ ¼vFkkZr~ 365 fnu rFkk yhi o"kZ esa 366 fnu½ ds nkSjku vLirky ds var% jksxh foHkkx esa
U;wure okf"kZd vkSlr “kS¸;k&vf/kHkksx ipkl izfr“kr ls vf/kd gksxkA rFkk lkB Lukrdh; lhVksa rd ds lkFk
LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa ds fy, fiNys ,d dSy.s Mj o"kZ ¼300 fnu½ ds nkSjku vLirky ds
ckg~; jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa dh U;wure nSfud vkSlr mifLFkfr U;wure ,d lkS chl jksxh izfrfnu gksxh rFkk
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bDlB ls lkS Lukrdh; lhVksa ds lkFk LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa gsrq U;wure nks lkS jksxh
izfrfnu gksxhA
¼15½ uSnkfud foHkkxksa es]a uSnkfud LukrdksRrj lhVksa gsrq c<+kbZ xbZ vfrfjDr “k¸;kvksa gsrq izR;sd chl “k¸;kvksa ij ,d
Dyhfudy jftLVªkj vFkok ofj’B vkoklh; vFkok vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh miyC/k djk;k tk,xkA
7- LukrdksRrj laLFkk] tgk¡ Lukrdh; ikB~;Øe vfLrRo esa ugha gS & LukrdksRrj laLFkku] tgk¡ Lukrdh;
ikB~;Øe vfLrRo esa ugha gS] fuEufyf[kr vko”;drk,a iwjh djsx a s uker%&
¼1½ laLFkku dks] ftlesa LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe pyk;k tk jgk gS] Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh;
vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 esa ;Fkk
fofufnZ"V rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la”kksf/kr ds vuqlkj vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk lfgr iw.kZr% fodflr foHkkx j[kus
gksxAsa
¼2½ laLFkk dks Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy,
U;wure ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la”kksf/kr
lEcfU/kr fof”k"Vrkvksa rFkk fo"k;ksa esa izf”k{k.k gsrq visf{kr leLr midj.k vkSj vuql/a kku lqfo/kk,a j[kus gksxAsa
¼3½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe izkjEHk djus gsrq laLFkk dks dsUnzh; vuql/a kku iz;ksx”kkyk ,oa i”kq x`g j[kuk gksxkA i”kq
x`g laLFkk dk viuk futh vFkok lg;ksx esa j[kk x;k gksxkA
¼4½ orZeku LukrdksRrj laLFkkvksa dks 31 fnlEcj] 2016 ls iwoZ mi&fofu;e ¼3½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vko”;drkvksa dks
iw.kZ djuk gksxkA
¼5½ vfrfjDr lgk;d LVkWQ tSls ckW;ks dSfeLV] QkZekZdksyksftLV] ckW;ks LVsfVLVhf”k;u] ekbØksckW;ksykWftLV fu;qDr
djus gksx a s rFkk budh vgZrk ekU;rkizkIr fo”ofo|ky; ls lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k vFkok
led{k vgZrk gksxhA
¼6½ foHkkx ftlesa LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe lapkfyr fd;k tk jgk gS] U;wure rhu ladk;( ,d vkpk;Z] ,d izokpd
vFkok lg&vkpk;Z rFkk ,d O;k[;krk vFkok lgk;d vkpk;Z( vFkok ,d vkpk;Z vFkok izokpd vFkok
lg&vkpk;Z rFkk nks O;k[;krk vFkok lgk;d vkpk;Z izR;sd lEcfU/kr fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk esa j[kusa gksx a As
¼7½ lEcfU/kr fof”k"Vrk esa ijke”kZnkrk vFkok v”akdkfyd f”k{kd Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qoZsn
egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure ekud dh vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e 2016 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V
rFkk le;&le; ij ;Fkk la”kksf/kr ds vuqlkj v”ak dkfyd vk/kkj ij f”k{k.k gsrq fu;qDr djus gksx a As
¼8½ ”kSf{kd l= 2017&18 ls LukrdksRrj foHkkx vFkok fof”k"Vrk dks lEcfU/kr fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk esa U;wure
,d vkpk;Z j[kuk gksxkA
¼9½ jpuk ”kjhj] fØ;k ”kjhj] nzO;xq.k] jl”kkL= ,oa HkS"kT; dYiuk] jksx funku ,oa fod`fr foKku ,oa ”kY;ra= esa
ls izR;sd foHkkx esa fuEufyf[kr xSj&f”k{k.k LVkWQ dh vko”;drk gksxh%&
(i) iz;ksx”kkyk rduhf”k;u & 1 ¼,d½
(ii) iz;ksx”kkyk lgk;d & 1 ¼,d½
(iii) ifjpj vFkok vuqlsod vFkok cgqmn~~n”s kh; dkfeZd & 1 ¼,d½
¼10½ mi&fofu;e ¼9½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V foHkkxksa ds vfrfjDRk vU; foHkkxksa eas fuEufyf[kr xSj& f”k{k.k LVkWQ dh
vko”;rk gksxh%&
(i) dk;kZy; lgk;d ,oa MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj & 1 ¼,d½
(ii) ifjpj vFkok pijklh vFkok cgqmn~~n”s kh; dkfeZd & 1 ¼,d½
¼11½ vLirky esa U;wure ,d lkS “k¸;k gksa ,oa fiNys ,d dSy.s Mj o"kZ ¼vFkkZr~ 365 fnu rFkk yhi o"kZ esa 366
fnu½ ds nkSjku vLirky ds var% jksxh foHkkx esa U;wure okf"kZd vkSlr “k¸;k&vf/kHkksx ipkl izfr“kr ls
vf/kd gksxkA
¼12½ fiNys ,d dSy.s Mj o"kZ ¼300 fnu½ ds nkSjku vLirky ds ckg~; jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa dh U;wure nSfud
vkSlr mifLFkfr U;wure ,d lkS chl jksxh izfrfnu gksxhA
¼13½ iPphl LukrdksRrj lhV uSnkfud fo’k;kas easa “k¸;kvksa dh mu la[;k ij tSlkfd mi & fofu;e ¼11½ esa
fofufnZ’V gS ekU; gksxa h RkFkk iPphl ls vf/kd uSnkfud fo’k;kas esa LukrdksRrj lhV ds fy, mi&fofu;e
¼11½ esa fofufnZ’V “k¸;kvksa ls Åij vfrfjDRk “k¸;k,a Nk= % “k¸;k vuqikr 1%4 esa gksx
a As
¼14½ fof”k’V uSnkfud fo’k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze pykus okys laLFkku vLirky esa Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh;
ifj’kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure ekud dh vko”;drk,a½
fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la”kksf/kr fofu;e esa fofuZfn"V vuqlkj lacfa /kr ckg~; jksxh foHkkx
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 155
,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ,oa iz;ksx”kkyk j[ksx a s rFkk izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure vkSlr mifLFkfr tSlkfd
mi&fofu;e ¼11½ ,oa 12 esa fofuZfn"V gS r; djus ds fy, lacfa /kr ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh
foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa dh dqy mifLFkfr ns[kh tk,xhA
¼15½ iwoZ uSnkfud ,oa le uSnkfud fo’k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze pykus okys laLFkku vLirky esa Hkkjrh;
fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj’kn~ ¼Lukrdh; vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa layXu vLirkyksa ds fy, U;wure ekud dh
vko”;drk,a½ fofu;e] 2016 ;Fkk le; & le; ij la”kksf/kr fofu;e esa fofuZfn"V vuqlkj dksbZ Hkh ckg~;
jksxh foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ,oa mlls lacfa /kr iz;ksx”kkyk j[ksx a s rFkk izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure
vkSlr mifLFkfr tSlkfd mi&fofu;e ¼11½ ,oa 12 esa fofuZfn"V gS r; djus ds fy, lacfa /kr ckg~; jksxh
foHkkx ,oa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa dh dqy mifLFkfr ns[kh tk,xhA
¼16½ uSnkfud foHkkxksa esa uSnkfud LukrdksRrj lhVksa dh “k¸;k ds fy, izR;sd 20 “k¸;kvksa ij ,d Dyhfudy
jftLVªkj vFkok ofj’B vkoklh; vFkok vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dh vko”;drk gksxhA
fVIi.kh %& fjDr “kSf{k.kd inksa ij fu;fer HkrhZ rd lsok fuo`Rr izk/;kid vFkok izokpd vFkok lg& izk/;kid
vFkok O;k[;rk vFkok lgk;d izk/;kid dks 65 o’kZ dh vk;q rd lafonk ij j[kk tk ldrk gSA
8- izos'k dh i)fr&
¼1½ vf/kfu;e dh f}rh; vuqlp w h esa fofufnZ"V ekU;rk izkIr fo”ofo|ky; ;k cksMZ ;k fpfdRlh; laLFkk ls
vk;qosZnkpk;Z ¼cSpyj vkWQ vk;qosZn esfMflu ,.M ltZjh½ dh mikf/k /kkjd vkSj Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk i)fr dh
dsUnzh; vFkok jkT; iaftdk esa izfo"V dksbZ O;fDRk LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze esa izo”s k ds fy, ik= gksxkA
¼2½ lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj vFkok fo”ofo|ky; izo”s k izfdz;k dk lapkyu djax s As
¼3½ vH;fFkZ;ksa dk p;u lkS vadks esa ls izkIr vafre izo”s k lwpdkad ds vk/kkj ij fd;k tk,xk ftlesa vLlh
izfr”kr vad Hkkj LukrdksRrj izo”s k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ ds gksx sa s ,oa chl izfr”kr vad Hkkj Lukrd ikB~;dze
esa izkIr vadks ds gksxa sA
¼4½ lkS vadks dh LukrdksRrj izo”s k ijh{kk ¼ih-th-bZ-Vh-½ vk;qosZnkpk;Z ¼cSpyj vkWQ vk;qosZn esfMflu ,.M ltZjh½
ikB~;dze ds lHkh fo"k;ksa dks lekfo"V fd, cgqfodYih; iz”uksa dh ,d lkekU; fyf[kr ijh{kk gksxhA
¼5½ izo”s k ds fy, lk/kkj.k vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa izo”s k ijh{kk ds U;wure ik=rk vad dqy lwpdkad ds ipkl
izfr”kr gksxsa vkSj vuqlfw pr tkfr] vuqlfw pr tutkfr rFkk fu;fer dsUnzh; vFkok jkT; ljdkj lsok ds
vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa pkyhl izfr”kr gksx a s rFkk vU; fiNM+k oxZ ls lacfa /kr vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa iaSrkyhl
izfr”kr gksx a As
¼6½ izk;ksftr vH;fFkZ;ksa dks Hkh mi&fofu;e ¼5½ esa fofuZfn"V vadksa dk izfr”kr izkIr djuk vko”;d gksxkA
¼7½ izk;ksftr fons”kh jkf"Vªdksa ¼ukxfjdks½a dks mi&fofu;e ¼5½ esa fofuZfn"V vadksa dk izfr”kr izkIr djus dh
vko”;drk ugh gSA
¼8½ lHkh Jsf.k;ksa ds fy, vkj{k.k dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj }kjk le;&le; ij tkjh dh xbZ uhfr;ksa
vFkok fn”kkfunsZ”kksa ds vuqlkj ykxw gksxkA
¼9½ fo"k; ifjorZu izo”s k dh rkjh[k ls nks ekg dh vof/k ds Hkhrj lEcfU/kr foHkkx esa miyC/k fjfDr vkSj
ekxZn”kZd dh miyC/krk ds v/khu vuqK; s gksxkA
9- ikB~;dze dh vof/k vkSj mifLFkfr&
¼1½ izo”s k ds Ik”pkr~ Nk= dks rhu o"kZ dh vof/k rd v/;;u djuk gksxkA
¼2½ ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus dh ik=rk ds fy, dqy O;k[;kuks]a iz;ksxkRed vkSj uSnkfud f”k{k.k ;k d{kkvksa esa
Nk= dh mifLFkfr de ls de ipgRrj izfr”kr vko”;d gksxhA
¼3½ Nk=ksa dks ikB~;dze ds v/;;u ds nkSjku vLirky esa mifLFkfr vkSj vU; drZO;ksa dk ikyu djuk gksxk] tks
mls fu/kkZfjr fd, tk,aA
¼4½ ikB~;dze dh vof/k nkSjku uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa dks muds lacfa /kr foHkkxksa esa vkokLkh ¼jsftMsUV½ M~;Vw h
djuh gksxh rFkk xSj uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa dks muds lEcfU/kr foHkkxksa tSl& s QkesZlh] oukS"kf/k m|ku]
iz;ksx”kkyk ds drZO;ksa dks djuk gksxkA
¼5½ Nk=ksa dks f”k{k.k foHkkxksa }kjk O;ofLFkr fof”k"V O;k[;kuks]a izn”kZuks]a laxksf"B;ks]a v/;;u nkSjkas vkSj ,sls vU;
fdz;kdykiksa esa mifLFkr gksuk vko”;d gksxkA
¼6½ ikB~;dze iwjk djus dh vf/kdre vof/k ikB~;dze esa izo”s k dh rkjh[k ls 6 o’kZ dh vof/k ls vf/kd ugha
gksxhA
156 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼7½ LUkkrdksRrj Nk= dh mifLFkfr ds fy, osc vk/kkfjr dsUnzh;d`r ck;ksefs Vªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh dh vko”;drk
gksxh vkSj Nk= ds LukrdksRrj foHkkx ds Lrj ij eSuqvy mifLFkfr vko”;d gksxhA
10- izf’k{k.k dh i)fr% ¼1½ ikB~;dze ds izFke o"kZ essa Nk= dks vk;qosZn ds fl)karksa ds O;ogkfjd n`f"Vdks.kksa dk
Kku izkIr djuk gksxkA
¼2½ lacfa /kr fo"k; esa “kkL=h; Kku dk xaHkhj izf”k{k.k rqyukRed ,oa xgu v/;;u ds lkFk iznku fd;k
tk,xkA
¼3½ xgu O;ogkfjd ,oa O;fdRkxr izf”k{k.k ij tksj nsuk gksxkA
¼4½ Nk=ksa dks lacfa /kr {ks= esa lwpuk izk|
s ksfxdh dk mi;ksx djrs gq, 'kks/k dh i)fr;ksa vkSj rduhd ds Kku dks
izkIr djuk gksxkA
¼5½ uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa dks Lora= :Ik ls jksfx;ksa dh fpfdRlk vkSj izcU/ku rFkk vkikr fLFkfr dks
fuiVkus dk mÙkjnkf;Ro ysuk gksxkA
¼6½ Nk=ksa dks ikB~;dze ds v/;;u ds nkSjku v/;kiu rduhd vkSj vuql/a kku i)fr;ksa dk izf”k{k.k izkIr djuk
gksxk rFkk Lukrd Nk=ksa ;k lacfa /kr fo"k; ds fof”k[kkuqizo”s kh; Nk=ksa ds v/;;u esa vkSj izf”k{k.k dk;Zdzeksa
esa Hkkx ysuk gksxkA
¼7½ uSnkfud izf”k{k.k esa Nk= dks ,d fo”ks"kK ds :i esa Lora= dk;Z djus dk Kku izkIr djuk gksxkA
¼8½ 'kY;] 'kkykD; vkSj izlfw r ,oa L=h jksx fof”k"Vrkvksa esa Nk= dks tkWp izfdz;kvks]a rduhdksa vkSj 'kY; fdz;k
dh izfdz;kvksa ds fu"iknu vkSj lacfa /kr fo”ks"kKrk esa izc/a ku dk izf”k{k.k izkIr djuk gksxkA
11- 'kks/k izca/k&¼1½ oSf”od ekudksa dh t:jr ds vk/kkj ij lk{; vk/kkfjr vk;qosZn dk izpkj djus vkSj mls
izdkf”kr djus ds fy, Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ }kjk fu;qDr dsUnzh; oSKkfud lykgdkj
LukrkdksRrj lfefr gj “kSf{kf.kd o"kZ /;ku dsfUnzr fd;s tkus okys vuql/a kku vkSj fo"k;ksa ds {ks= dk lq>ko
nsxhA fo”ofo|ky; lfefr Hkh “kks/k izc/a k dk “kh"kZd vuqeksnu djrs le; bl ckr dk /;ku j[ksxh A
¼2½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa izo”s k dh frfFk ls 6 ekl dh vof/k ds Hkhrj lEcfU/kr ekU;rk izkIr
fo”ofo|ky; ds fofu;ekuqlkj laLFkku }kjk xfBr vkpkj lfefr ds vuqeksnu ds lkFk 'kks/k izc/a k dk
'kh"kZd] fo"k; la{ksi fo”ofo|ky; dks izLrqr fd;k tk;sxkA
¼3½ ;fn Nk= mi&fofu;e ¼2½ ds vUrZxr fofufnZ"V vof/k esa 'kks/k izc/a k dk 'kh"kZd rFkk fo"k; la{ksi
izLrqr djus esa vlQy gksrk gS rks mldh vafre LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze dh vof/k N% ekg ;k
fo'ofo|ky; esa fo"k; la{ksi ds izLrqr djus ds le; ds vuqlkj mlls vf/kd c<+k nh tk;sxhA
¼4½ izLrkfor dk;Z dk fo"k; la{ksi] izLrkfor dk;Z dh fo"k; oLrq ls lEcfU/kr dke dh fo”ks"kKrk] Nk=
ds dk;Z dh dk;Z ;kstuk ds lkFk] foHkkx dk uke vkSj ekxZn”kZd ;k i;Zo{s kd o lg&ekxZn”kZd ¼;fn
dkbZ gks½ ds uke vkSj inuke dk ladsr nsxkA fo"k; la{ksi ds izLrqr fd;s tkus ds i'pkr~ rhu ekg
dh vukf/kd vof/k esa fo"k; la{ksi fo”ofo|ky; }kjk vuqeksfnr fd, tkus pkfg;sA
¼5½ 'kh"kZd dk vuqeksnu djus ds fy, fo”ofo|ky; }kjk laoh{kk lfefr dk xBu fd;k tk,xkA
¼6½ fo”ofo|ky; dks 'kks/k izc/a k ds vuqeksfnr fo"k; la{ksi dks viuh osclkbV ij iznf”kZr djuk pkfg;sA
¼7½ izR;sd 'kks/k izc/a k dk fo"k; vuql/a kku mUeq[k] O;kogkfjd mUeq[k] uohu vkSj vk;qosZn i)fr ds fodkl
esa lgk;d gksxkA ”kks/k izcU/k dk fo"k; fo”ks"kKrk dh fo"k; oLrq ls lEcfU/kr gksuk pkfg,A
¼8½ fo”ofo|ky; dh laoh{kk lfefr }kjk ,d ckj 'kks/k izc/a k dk 'kh"kZd vuqeksfnr gks tkus ds i'pkr~
fo”ofo|ky; dh vuqefr ds fcuk Nk= dks dk;Z dh izLrkfor fo"k;oLrq ds 'kh"kZd ifjorZu dh vuqKk
ugha gksxhA
¼9½ fdlh Nk= dks ikB~;dze ds iwjk gksus ds N% ekg ls igys 'kks/k izc/a k tek djus ds fy, vuqefr ugha
nh tk,xh rFkk Nk= rhu o"kZ iw.kZ djus ds fy, 'kks/k izc/a k dks tek djus ds i'pkr~ laLFkku esa viuk
fu;fer v/;;u tkjh j[ksxkA
¼10½ 'kks/k izc/a k esa Nk= }kjk p;fur leL;k ij lEikfnr vuql/a kku dh i)fr;ka vkSj vkadM+s varfoZ"V gksx a s
vkSj fo”ofo|ky; }kjk vuqeksfnr ekxZn'kZd ds ekxZn”kZu esa lEiUu gksxkA
¼11½ 'kks/k izc/a k esa lkfgR; dk lekykspukRed iqujh{k.k] dk;Z i)fr] vuql/a kku ds ifj.kke] v/;;u ds
vuql/a kku ds ifj.kke ds vk/kkj ij foospu] lkjka”k] fu"d"kZ vkSj 'kks/k izc/a k esa mn~/k`r lanHkksZ dk] tks
fd izdk”ku gsrq vuqdy w gksus pkfg;s] lekos”k gksxkA
¼12½ 'kks/k izc/a k pkyhl gtkj 'kCnksa ls de dk ugh gksxkA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 157
¼13½ 'kks/k izc/a k ds var esa ianzg lkS ls vukf/kd dk lkjka”k vkSj ,d gtkj 'kCnksa ls vuf/kd dk fu"d"kZ
gksxkA
¼14½ ekxZn”kZd ;k i;Zo{s kd izk/;kid vFkok izokpd vFkok lg&vkpk;Z dh gSfl;r dk O;fDr gksxkA
¼15½ lacfa /kr fo"k; esa fo”ofo|ky; }kjk vuqeksfnr ikap o"kksZ dk f”k{k.k vuqHko j[kus okys O;k[;krk vFkok
lgk;d vkpk;Z ekxZn”kZd ;k i;Zo{s kd gsrq ik= gksx a As
¼16½ 'kks/k izc/a k dh ikap lftYn izfr;ka i;Zo{s kd ;k ekxZn”kZd ds izek.k i= ds lkFk fo”ofo|ky; ds
jftLVªkj ds dk;kZy; esa vafre ijh{kk ls pkj ekg iwoZ igqp a tkuh pkfg,A
¼17½ 'kks/k izc/a k dk ewY;kadu fo”ofo|ky; }kjk fu;qDr nks ckg~; ijh{kdksa vkSj nks vkarfjd ijh{kdksa }kjk
fd;k tk,xkA
¼18½ 'kks/k izc/a k mi fofu;e ¼17½ ds v/khu fu;qDr ijh{kk ds vuqeksnu ds i'pkr~ gh Lohdkj fd;k tk,xk
vkSj ,d ckg~; ijh{kd }kjk vuuqeksnu fd, tkus dh n”kk esa 'kks/k izc/a k lacfa /kr fo”ofo|ky; }kjk
vuqeksfnr rhljs ckg~; ijh{kd dks fofuZfn"V fd;k tk,xkA
¼19½ ;fn 'kks/k izc/a k nks ckg~; ijh{kdksa }kjk Lohdkj ugha fd;k tkrk gS rks ijh{kdksa dh fVIif.k;ksa lfgr
Nk= dks okfil dj fn;k tk,xk vkSj Nk= ijh{kdksa dh fjiksVZ ds izdk”k esa vko”;d lq/kkj djus ds
i'pkr~ 'kks/k izc/a k dks iqu% N% ekg dh vof/k ds Hkhrj izLrqr djsxkA
¼20½ ijh{kdksa }kjk “kks/k izc/a k ds vuqeksnu ds Ik”pkr~ gh Nk= dks LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze dh vafre
ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gksus gsrq vuqefr nh tk,xhA
¼21½ var%&vuq”kkLkukRed vuql/a kku lEcaf/kr fo”ks"krk ls ekxZn”kZd ;k Ik;Zo{s kd lg;kstu dj fd;k tk
ldrk gSA
¼22½ ;fn dksbZ le uSnkfud vFkok iwoZ uSnkfud fo"k; dk Nk= “kks/k izc/a k ds fo"k; ds :Ik eas ftlesa
uSnkfud ijh{k.k lfEefyr gks] ysrk gS rc “kks/k izc/a k rS;kj djus gsrq og lacfa /kr fo”ks"krk ds ,d
uSnkfud f”k{kd lg&ekxZn”kZd ds v/khu dk;Z djsxkA
12- ijh{kk vkSj mldk ewY;kadu & ¼1½ LukrdksRrj mikf/k ikB~;dze dh fufEufyf[kr “kSyh ls nks ijh{kk,a
gksx
a h%&
¼d½ izkjafHkd ijh{kk izo”s k ds i'pkr~ ,d 'kS{kf.kd o"kZ ds var esa gksxh
¼[k½ vafre ijh{kk LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa izo”s k ds i'pkr~ rhu 'kS{kf.kd o"kksZ ds iw.kZ gksus ij gksxh%
¼x½ ijh{kk lk/kkj.kr;k izR;sd o"kZ ds twu ;k tqykbZ vkSj uocaj ;k fnlacj ekl esa vk;ksftr dh tk;sxh%
¼?k½ ijh{kk esa lQy gksus ds fy, Nk= dks izkjafHkd ijh{kk ds lHkh fo"k;ksa esa vyx&vyx mRrh.kZ gksuk
gksxk%
¼M½ Nk= dks mRrh.kZ ?kksf"kr gksus ds fy, U;wure 50 izfr’kr vad lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd fo"k;ksa esa i`Fkd
i`Fkd izkIr djus gksx(sa
¼p½ ;fn dksbZ Nk= izkjafHkd ijh{kk esa vuqRrh.kZ gks tkrk gS rks vafre ijh{kk esa Hkkx ysus ls iwoZ mls mRrh.kZ
djuk gksxk(
¼N½ ;fn Nk= vafre ijh{kk ds fl)kar ;k iz;ksxkRed esa vuqRrh.kZ gksrk gS rks mlls mRrjorhZ ijh{kk esa
Hkkx ysus ls igys u;k 'kks/k izc/a k izLrqr djus dh vko”;drk ugh gksxh(
¼t½ vuqRrh.kZ vH;fFkZ;ksa gsrq mRrjorhZ ijh{kk izR;sd N% ekg ds vUrjky ij vk;ksftr dh tk,xh( rFkk
¼>½ LukrdksRrj mikf/k 'kks/k izc/a k ds Lohdkj gksus ds i'pkr~ vkSj Nk= ds vafre ijh{kk esa mRrh.kZ gksus ij
iznRr dh tk,xhA
¼2½ ijh{kk dk y{; Nk= dh Dyhfudy dq”kkxzrk] ;ksX;rk vkSj fo”ks"kKrk ds izk;ksfxd i{k esa dk;Zdkjh
Kku vkSj fo”ks"kK ds :i esa Lora= :i ls dk;Z djus dh ;ksX;rk dh tkap djuk gksxkA
¼3½ uSnkfud ijh{kk }kjk vk;qosZn rFkk fo”ks"krk ds oSKkfud lkfgR; esa Nk= dh {kerk dk ewY;kadu fd;k
tk,xkA
¼4½ izk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds ekSf[kd ijh{kk Hkkx esa fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk ds fdlh Hkh i{k ij O;kid ppkZ
dk lekos”k gksxkA
158 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

13- ijh{kk ds fo"k;% ¼1½ izo”s k ds i'pkr~ ,d 'kS{kf.kd o"kZ ds var esa izkjafHkd ijh{kk fufEufyf[kr fo"k;ksa esa
lapkfyr dh tk,xh] vFkkZr~%&
iz”u i= I& vuql/a kku i)fr vFkok tSo rFkk fpfdRlh; lkaf[;dh(
iz”u i= II& lacfa /kr fo"k; ds lac/a k esa izk;ksfxd i{k(
¼2½ Nk= dks mlds }kjk p;fur fo’ks"kKrk ds fy, lEcfU/kr foHkkx esa fuEuor~ izf”k{k.k ysuk gksxk rFkk vfUre
nks o"kksZ ds v/;;u ds varxZr fd, x, dk;Z dk eklkuqlkj fjdkMZ j[kuk gksxk%&
¼d½ fo”ks"kKrk lacfa /kr lkfgR; dk v/;;u(
¼[k½ uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa ds fy;s vLirky esas fu;fer Dyhfudy izf”k{k.k(
¼x½ iwoZ uSnkfud rFkk le uSnkfud fo"k;ksa ds Nk=ksa ds fy;s foHkkx esa fd, x, vuql/a kku dk;Z dk
O;kogkfjd izf”k{k.k(
¼?k½ fofHkUu fopkj xksf"B;ksa vkSj okn fookn esa Hkkxhnkjh(
¼M+½ 'kks/k izc/a k ds fo"k; ij fd, x, dk;Z dh izxfrA
¼3½ mi& fofu;e ¼2½ essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V izFke o"kZ ds nkSjku LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze ds izFke o"kZ ds Nk=ksa }kjk
fd, x, dk;Z dk fu/kkZj.k izkajfHkd ijh{kk ls iwoZ fd;k tk,xkA
¼4½ vafre ijh{kk esa 'kks/k izc/a k fyf[kr Ikz”u i= rFkk vkSj uSnkfud vFkok izk;ksfxd ,oa ekSf[kd ijh{kk
lfEefyr gksx a As
¼5½ izR;sd fo”ks"kKrk esa pkj lS)kafrd Ikz”u i= gksx a s rFkk fo”ks"k v/;;u gsrq Nk= }kjk p;fur lEcfU/kr
fo”ks"kKrk vFkok mi fo”ks"kKrk ds lewg esa ,d iz;ksxkRed vFkok uSnkfud ,oa ,d ekSf[kd ijh{kk gksxhA
¼6½ Nk= dks mlds 'kks/k izcU/k ij vk/kkfjr mlds 'kks/k dk;Z ds vk/kkj ij de ls de ,d 'kks/k i= ,d
tuZy esa izdkf”kr vFkok izdk”ku gsrq Lohd`r djkuk gksxk rFkk {ks=h; Lrj ds lsfeukj esa ,d 'kks/k&i= dk
izLrqrhdj.k djuk gksxkA
14- ijh{kk dh fof/k rFkk ijh{kd dh fu;qfDr &
¼1½ izkjafHkd ijh{kk vkSj vafre ijh{kk dh iz.kkyh fyf[kr] iz;ksxkRed vFkok fpfdRlh; vkSj ekSf[kd jhfr ls
gksxhA
¼2½ izkjafHkd ijh{kk nks ijh{kdksa dh Vhe }kjk lEiUu djk;h tk;sxh ftuesa ls ,d ijh{kd fdlh vU; laLFkk
ls ¼ckg~; ijh{kd½ gksxk rFkk vafre ijh{kk pkj ijh{kdksa dh Vhe }kjk lEiUu djk;h tk;sxh ftuesa ls
nks ijh{kd fdlh vU; laLFkk ls ¼ckg~; ijh{kd½ gksx a As
¼3½ ijh{kd fu;qDr gksus ds fy, lacfa /kr fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk esa ikap o"kksZa ds f”k{k.k vFkok vuql/a kku
vuqHko j[kus okyk f”k{kd ik= le>k tk,xkA
15- LukrdksRrj Nk=ksa ds fy, lqfo/kk,a & o`fRrdk vkSj vkdfLedrk dsUnzh; ljdkj }kjk blds fu;a=.kk/khu
laLFkk gsrq vFkok lacfa /kr jkT; ljdkj }kjk blds fu;a=.kk/khu laLFkk vFkok fo”ofo|ky; gsrq] tSlk Hkh
ekeyk gks] fu/kkZfjr nj ls iznku dh tk,xhA
16- f’k{kd & Nk= vuqikr&
¼1½ f”k{kd Nk= vuqikr bl izdkj gksxk fd LukrdksRrj f”k{kdksa dh la[;k vkSj izR;sd o"kZ esa izfo"V
LukrdksRrj Nk=ksa dh la[;k dk vuqikr izk/;kid ds ekeys esa 1%3 rFkk izokpd vFkok lg&vkpk;Z
ds ekeys esa 1%2 gksA
¼2½ U;wure 5 o"kZ dk f”k{k.k vuqHko j[kus okys O;k[;krk vFkok lgk;d vkpk;Z ds ekeys esa f”k{kd
Nk= vuqikr 1%1 dk gksxkA
17- LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa Nk=ksa dh vf/kdre la[;k & izfr o"kZ izfr fof”k"Vrk Nk=ksa dh vf/kdre
la[;k 12 ls vf/kd ugh gksxhA
18- f’k{kk dk ek/;e& f”k{kk dk ek/;e laLd`r vFkok fgUnh vFkok dksbZ ekU;rk izkIr {ks=h; Hkk"kk vFkok
vaxzts h gksxhA
19- f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds fy, vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko & f”k{k.k LVkWQ ds fy, vgZrk,a ,oa vuqHko fuEuor~ gksx a %s &
¼d½ vfuok;Z vgZrk&
¼i½ vf/kfu;e ds vUrxZr ekU;rk izkIr fo”ofo|ky; ls vk;qosZn esa Lukrd mikf/kA
¼ii½ vf/kfu;e dh vuqlfw p;ksa esa lfEefyr lacfa /kr fo"k; vFkok fof”k"Vrk esa LukrdksRrj mikf/kA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 159
¼[k½ vuqHko
¼i½ izk/;kid ds in gsrq% lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa dqy nl o"kksZa dk f”k{k.k vuqHko vFkok lEcfU/kr
fo"k; esa lg&vkpk;Z ¼izokpd½ ds :Ik esa ikap o"kksZa dk f”k{k.k vuqHko vFkok ekU;rk izkIr
tuZy esa izdkf”kr U;wure ikap “kks/k i=ksa lfgr dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok
la?k “kkflr {ks=ksa dh vuql/a kku ifj"kn~ksa vFkok fo”ofo|ky; vFkok jk"Vªh; laLFkkvkas esa fu;fer
lsok ds dqy nl o"kksZ dk vuql/a kku vuqHkoA
¼ii½ izokpd vFkok lg&vkpk;Z ds in gsrq% lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa ikap o"kksZa dk f”k{k.k vuqHko
vFkok ekU;rk izkIr tuZy esa izdkf”kr U;wure rhu “kks/k i=ksa lfgr dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok
jkT; ljdkj vFkok la?k “kkflr {ks=ksa dh vuql/a kku ifj"kn~ksa vFkok fo”ofo|ky; vFkok jk"Vªh;
laLFkkvkas esa fu;fer lsok ds dqy ikap o"kksZ dk vuql/a kku vuqHkoA
¼iii½ lgk;d&vkpk;Z vFkok O;k[;krk ds in gsrq% izFke fu;qfDr ds le; iSarkyhl o"kZ ls
vukf/kd vk;q gks rFkk f”k{k.k vFkok vuql/a kku dk dksbZ vuqHko visf{kr ugha gSA
¼x½ laLFkk ds izeq[k ds in gsrq vgZrk ,oa vuqHko% laLFkk ds izeq[k ¼iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk
vFkok funs'kd½ ds in gsrq vgZrk ,oa vuqHko izk/;kid ds in gsrq fu/kkZfjr vgZrk ,oa vuqHko gksxkA
¼?k½ leoxhZ fo"k;ksa dk izko/kku% rkfydk ds dkWye ¼2½ esa ;Fkk mfYykf[kr lEcfU/kr fo"k; esa
LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd vH;FkhZ ds vHkko esa rkfydk ds dkWye ¼3½ esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr leoxhZ
fo"k;ksa esa LukrdksRrj vgZrk /kkjd vH;FkhZ O;k[;krk vFkok lgk;d&vkpk;Z] izokpd vFkok
lg&vkpk;Z rFkk izk/;kid ds in gsrq ik= gksx a %s &
rkfydk
dze vko';d fof k"Vrk leoxhZ fo"k; dk uke
la[;k
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- LokLFo`Rr dk;fpfdRlk
2- vxn ra= nzO;xq.k ;k jl”kkL=
3- jksx foKku dk;fpfdRlk
4- jpuk “kkjhj “kY;
5- fdz;k “kkjhj vk;qonsZ Lkafgrk ,oa fl)kUr vFkok dk;fpfdRlk
6- “kkykD; “kY;
7- iapdeZ dk;fpfdRlk
8- ckyjksx izlfw r ,oa L=hjksx vFkok dk;fpfdRlk
9- dk;fpfdRlk Ekkuljksx
10- “kY; fu”psru ,oa {k&fdj.k
11- izLkwfr ,oa L=h jksx “kY; ra=

fVIi.kh 1% leoxhZ fo"k;ksa ds izko/kku dh vuqefr bu fofu;eksa ds izdk”ku dh frfFk ls ikap o"kZ ds fy, gksxhA
fVIi.kh 2% fu;fer MkWDVj vkWQ fQykWlQh ¼ih-,p-Mh-½ /kkjd dk 'kks/k dk;Z vuqHko ,d o"kZ ds f”k{k.k vuqHko ds
lerqY; ekuk tk,xkA
20- vk;qosZn egkfo|ky;ksa esa vuqefr izfdz;k ds iw.kZ gksus dh frfFk rFkk izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk&
¼1½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze eas izo”s k ysus gsrq vk;qoZsn egkfo|ky;ksa dks vuqefr iznku djus vFkok iznku uk
djus dh izfdz;k izR;sd “kS{kf.kd l= dh 31 tqykbZ rd iw.kZ dj yh tk,xhA
¼2½ LukrdksRrj ikB~;dze esa izo”s k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk izR;sd “kS{kf.kd l= dh 30 flrEcj gksxhA
d- uVjktu] fuca/kd&lg&lfpo
[foKkiu III@4@vlk-@290 ¼124½]
fVIi.kh % vxzt
sa h ,oa fgUnh fofu;e esa dksbZ folaxfr ik;h tkrh gS] rks vxzt
sa h fofu;e uker% Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~
¼LukrdksRrj vk;qosZn f”k{kk½ fofu;e] 2016 dks vfUre ekuk tk;sxkA
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 7th November, 2016.
No. 4-90/2016-P.G. Regulation.—In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (i), (j) and (k) of sub-section
(1) of section 36 of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970), and in supersession of the Indian
160 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

Medicine Central Council (Post Graduate Education) Regulations, 1979 and the Indian Medicine Central Council (Post
Graduate Ayurveda Education) Regulations, 2012, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such
supersession, the Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government, hereby
makes the following regulations to regulate the education of post-graduate course in Ayurveda system of medicine,
namely:—
1. Short title and commencement.- (1) These regulations may be called the Indian Medicine Central Council (Post
Graduate Ayurveda Education) Regulations, 2016.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Definitions.- (1) In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,-
(a) “Act” means the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (48 of 1970);
(b) “Council” means the Central Council of Indian Medicine;
(c) “recognised institution” means an approved institution as defined under clauses (a) and (ea) of sub-section (1) of
section 2 of the Act.
(2) The words and expressions used herein and not defined but defined in the Act shall have the meanings respectively
assigned to them in the Act
3. Aims and objects- The aims of the post-graduate degree courses shall be to provide orientation of specialties and
super-specialties of Ayurveda, and to produce experts and specialists who can be competent and efficient teachers,
physicians, surgeons, gynaecologists and obstetricians (Stri Roga and Prasuti Tantragya), pharmaceutical experts,
researchers and profound scholars in various fields of specialisation of Ayurveda.
4. Specialties in which post-graduate degree shall be conducted.- The post-graduate degrees shall be allowed in the
following specialties as under:-
Sl.No. Name of speciality Nearest terminology of modern Department in which post-
subject graduate degree can be
conducted
(1) (2) (3) (4)
Pre-clinical specialty
1 Ayurveda Samhita evam Ayurveda Samhita and basic principles Samhita and basic principles of
Siddhant of Ayurveda Ayurveda
2 Rachana Sharira Anatomy Rachana Sharira
3 Kriya Sharira Physiology Kriya Sharira
Para-clinical specialty
4 Dravyaguna Vigyana Materia Medica and Pharmacology Dravyaguna
5 Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya Ayurveda Pharmaceuticals Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya
Kalpana Kalpana
6 Roga Nidana evam Vikriti Diagnostic Procedure and Pathology Roga Nidana evam Vikriti
Vigyana Vigyana
Clinical specialty
7 Prasuti evam Stri Roga Obstetrics and Gynecology Prasuti evam Stri Roga
8 Kaumarabhritya –Bala Roga Pediatrics Kaumarabhritya– Bala Roga
9 Swasthavritta Preventive Social Medicine Swasthavritta and Yoga

10 Kayachikitsa Medicine Kayachikitsa


11 Rasayana evam Vajikarana Rejuvenation and Aphrodisiacs Kayachikitsa

12 Mano Vigyana evam Manasa Psychiatry Kayachikitsa


Roga
13 Shalya Surgery Shalya Tantra
14 Shalakya Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Shalakya Tantra
Head, Neck, Oral and Dentistry
15 Panchakarma Panchakarma Panchakarma
16 Agada Tantra Toxicology and Forensic Medicine Agada Tantra.
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 161
17 Yoga Yoga Swasthavritta and Yoga

5. Nomenclature of post-graduate degree.- The nomenclature of post-graduate degree in respective specialties shall be
as under:-
Sl.No. Nomenclature of specialty or degree Abbreviation
(1) (2) (3)
Pre-clinical specialty
1 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Ayurveda Samhita evum M.D. (Ayurveda)- Compendium and Basic
Siddhant Principles
2 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Rachana Sharira M.D. (Ayurveda) - Anatomy
3 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Kriya Sharira M.D. (Ayurveda) - Physiology
Para-clinical specialty
4 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Dravyaguna Vigyana M.D. (Ayurveda) - Materia Medica and
Pharmacology
5 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Rasa Shastra evam M.D. (Ayurveda) - Pharmaceuticals
Bhaishajya Kalpana
6 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Roga Nidana evam Vikriti M.D. (Ayurveda)- Diagnostic procedure and
Vigyana Pathology
Clinical specialty
7 Ayurveda Dhanvantari – Prasuti evam Stri Roga M.S. (Ayurveda)- Obstetrics and Gynecology
8 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Kaumarabhritya –Bala Roga M.D. (Ayurveda)- Paediatrics
9 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Swasthavritta M.D. (Ayurveda)- Social and Preventive Medicine
10 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Kayachikitsa M.D. (Ayurveda)- Medicine
11 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Rasayana evam Vajikarana M.D. (Ayurveda)- Rejuvenation and aphrodisiacs
12 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Mano vigyana evam Manasa M.D. (Ayurveda)- Psychiatry
Roga
13 Ayurveda Dhanvantari – Shalya M.S. (Ayurveda)- Surgery
14 Ayurveda Dhanvantari – Shalakya M.S. (Ayurveda)- Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat Head, Neck, Oral and Dentistry
15 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Panchakarma M.D. (Ayurveda)- Panchakarma
16 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Agada Tantra M.D. (Ayurveda)- Toxicology and Forensic
Medicine
17 Ayurveda Vachaspati – Yoga M.D. (Ayurveda)- Yoga

Note 1: The post-graduate degree holder in the old nomenclature, namely, Ayurveda Vachaspati-Ayurveda Sidhant,
Ayurveda Vachaspati- Ayurved Samhita, Ayurveda Vachaspati- Kriya Sharir (Dosha-Dhatu-Mala Vigyana) and
Ayurveda Vachaspati-Bhaishajya Kalpana as mentioned in Post-graduate Education Regulations, 2005, may be
appointed in the concerned department like, holder of Dosha Dhatu Malavigyana in the department of Kriya Sharira,
holder of Samhita or Siddhant in the department of Samhita and Basic Principles of Ayurveda, holder of Bhaishajya
Kalpana in the department of Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana. Similarly, The post-graduate degree holder in the
old nomenclature, namely, Ayurveda Dhanvantri - Shalya - Samanya, Ayurveda Dhanvantri – Kshar Karma evam
Anushastra Karma, Ayurveda Dhanvantri – Shalakya – Netra Roga, Ayurveda Dhanvantri – Shalakya – Shiro- Nasa
Karna evam Kantha Roga, Ayurveda Dhanvantri – Shalakya – Danta evam Mukha Roga, Ayurveda Vachaspati-
Sangyaharan, Ayurveda Vachaspati-Chhaya evam Vikiran Vigyan, Ayurveda Dhanvantri – Asthi Sandhi and Marmagat
Roga and Ayurveda Vachaspati- Swastha Vritta and Yoga as mentioned in Post-graduate Education Regulations, 2012,
may be appointed in the concerned department like, holder of Shalya - Samanya in the department of Shalya, holder of
Kshar Karma evam Anushastra Karma in the department of Shalya, holder of Shalakya – Netra Roga in the department
of Shalakya, holder of Shalakya – Shiro- Nasa Karna evam Kantha Roga in the department of Shalakya, holder of
Shalakya – Danta evam Mukha Roga in the department of Shalakya, holder of Sangyaharan in the department of Shalya,
holder of Chhaya evam Vikiran Vigyan in the department of Rog Nidan, holder of Asthi Sandhi and Marmagat Roga in
the department of Shalya and holder of Swasthavritta and Yoga in the department of Swasthavritta.
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Note 2: The post-graduate degree holder of newly developed speciality, namely, Ayurveda Vachaspati- Yoga as
mentioned in these regulations, may be considered for appointment in their corresponding department mentioned under
regulations 4 like holder of Yoga in department of Swasthavritta and Yoga.
6. Minimum requirement for post-graduate institution where under-graduate course is in existence. -The
post-graduate institute where under-graduate course is in existence shall fulfill following requirements, namely:-
(1) The under-graduate institution which has completed minimum four and half years of under-graduate
teaching shall be eligible for applying to start post-graduate courses.
(2) The institute shall satisfy all the minimum requirements of under-graduate training as specified in the
Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda
Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(3) The institute shall have all the equipment and research facilities required for training in the related
speciality and subject as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum
Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended
from time to time.
(4) The institute shall have Central Research Laboratory and Animal House for starting post-graduate Course,
Animal House shall be either owned or in collaboration.
(5) The existing post-graduate Institutions shall fulfill the requirement as specified in sub-regulation (4) before
the 31st December, 2016.
(6) The Additional Ancillary staff like Biochemist, Pharmacologist, Bio Statistician, Microbiologist to be
appointed and the Qualification shall be Post Graduate degree in the subject concerned or equivalent
qualification from a recognised University.
(7) The minimum additional teaching staff required for starting post-graduate course shall be one Professor or
Reader and one Lecturer of the concerned subject, in addition to the teachers stipulated for under-graduate
teaching, and the specialty which does not exist as independent department at under-graduate level shall
have minimum one Professor or Reader and one Lecturer for starting post-graduate course.
(8) The post-graduate department or specialty shall have minimum one Professor in concerned subject or
specialty from the academic session 2017-18.
(9) In each of the department of Rachana Sharira, Kriya Sharira, Dravyaguna, Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya
Kalpana, Roga Nidana evam Vikriti Vigyana and ShalyaTantra, the following non-teaching staff shall be
required in addition to the under-graduate staff requirement:
(i) Laboratory technician - 1 (one)
(ii) Laboratory assistant - 1 (one)
(iii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(10) The institute shall have a fully equipped hospital consisting of minimum one hundred beds with specialty-
wise adequate facilities in all departments as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals)
Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(11) In the post-graduate institute having under-graduate course with upto sixty seats, ten post-graduate seats in
clinical subjects shall be admissible within the bed strength as specified in sub-regulation (10) and for
more than ten post-graduate seats in clinical subjects, additional beds in the student: bed ratio of 1:4 shall
be provided over the bed strength as specified in the sub-regulation (10).
(12) The post-graduate in pre-clinical or para-clinical subject as specified in regulation 4 at serial number 1 to 6
shall be admissible on the basis of bed strength as specified in sub-regulation (10).
(13) The post-graduate institute having under-graduate course with sixty-one to hundred seats shall require
additional beds for post-graduate seats in clinical subjects in the student: bed ratio of 1:4 over the bed
strength as specified in sub-regulation (10).
(14) The minimum annual average bed-occupancy in In-Patient Department of the hospital during last one
calendar year (i.e. 365 days and 366 days in case of a leap year) shall be more than fifty per cent. and
minimum daily average attendance of patients in Out-Patient Department of the hospital during last one
calendar year (300 days) shall be minimum one hundred and twenty patients per day for the colleges
having post-graduate course(s) with upto sixty under-graduate seats and minimum two hundred patients
per day for the colleges having post-graduate course(s) with sixty-one to hundred under-graduate seats.
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(15) In clinical departments, for additional beds increased for clinical post-graduate seats, one Clinical
Registrar or Senior Resident or Resident Doctor shall be provided for every twenty beds.
7. Post-graduate Institute where under-graduate course is not in existence.-The post-graduate institute where under-
graduate course is not in existence shall fulfill following requirements, namely:-
(1) The institute shall have fully developed Departments with infrastructure as specified in the Indian Medicine
Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached
Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time, in which post-graduate course is being conducted.
(2) The institute shall have all the equipment and research facilities required for training in the related speciality and
subject as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-
graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time.
(3) The institute shall have Central Research Laboratory and Animal House for starting post-graduate Course,
Animal House shall be either owned or in collaboration.
(4) The existing post-graduate Institutions shall fulfill the requirement as specified in sub-regulation (3) before the
31st December, 2016.
(5) The Additional Ancillary staff like Biochemist, Pharmacologist, Bio Statistician, Microbiologist to be appointed
and the Qualification shall be Post Graduate degree in the subject concerned or equivalent qualification from a
recognized University.
(6) The department, in which post-graduate course is being conducted shall have minimum three faculties; one
Professor, one Reader or Associate Professor and one Lecturer or Assistant Professor; or one Professor or
Reader or Associate Professor and two Lecturers or Assistant Professors in each concerned subject or specialty.
(7) Consultants or part time teachers in concerned specialty as specified in the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals)
Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time shall be engaged for teaching on part time basis.
(8) The post-graduate department or specialty shall have minimum one Professor in concerned subject or specialty
from the academic session 2017-18.
(9) In each of the department of Rachana Sharira, Kriya Sharira, Dravyaguna, Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya
Kalpana, Roga Nidana evam Vikriti Vigyana and Shalya Tantra, the following non-teaching staff shall be
required:
(i) Laboratory technician - 1 (one)
(ii) Laboratory assistant - 1 (one)
(iii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(10) In each of the department other than the departments specified in sub-regulation (9), the following non-teaching
staff shall be required:
(i) Office Assistant or Data entry operator - 1 (one)
(ii) Attendant or Peon or Multipurpose worker - 1 (one).
(11) Minimum one hundred beds in the hospital and minimum annual average bed-occupancy in In-Patient
Department of the hospital during last one calendar year (365 days and 366 days in case of a leap year) shall be
more than fifty per cent.
(12) Minimum daily average attendance of patients in Out-Patient Department of the hospital during last one
calendar year (300 days) shall be minimum one hundred and twenty patients per day.
(13) Twenty-five post-graduate seats in clinical subjects shall be admissible within the bed strength as specified in
sub-regulation (11) and for more than twenty-five post-graduate seats in clinical subjects, additional beds in the
student: bed ratio of 1:4 shall be provided over the bed strength as specified in the sub-regulation (11).
(14) The institute conducting post-graduate course in clinical speciality shall have related Out-Patient Departments
and In-patient departments and laboratory in the hospital as per the Indian Medicine Central Council
(Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached Hospitals)
Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time and the total attendance of patients in those Out-Patient
Departments and In-patient departments shall be taken in to account for the purpose of determining minimum
daily average attendance of patients as mentioned in sub-regulations (11) and (12).
(15) The institute conducting post-graduate course in pre-clinical or para-clinical speciality shall have any of Out-
Patient Departments and In-patient departments and related laboratory in the hospital as per the Indian Medicine
Central Council (Requirements of Minimum Standard for under-graduate Ayurveda Colleges and attached
Hospitals) Regulations, 2016 as amended from time to time and the total attendance of patients in those Out-
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Patient Departments and In-patient departments shall be taken in to account for the purpose of determining
minimum daily average attendance of patients as mentioned in sub-regulations (11) and (12).
(16) In clinical departments, the beds for clinical post-graduate seats, one Clinical Registrar or Senior Resident or
Resident Doctor shall be provided for every twenty beds.
Note:- The vacant post may be filled up on contractual basis with retired Professors or Readers or Associate Professors
or Lecturers or Assistant Professors below the age of sixty-five years in any department, till the regular appointment is
made.
8. Mode of admission-
(1) A person possessing the degree of Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery) from a
recognised University or Board or medical institution specified in the Second Schedule to the Act and enrolled
in Central or State register of Indian Systems of Medicine shall be eligible for admission in the post-graduate
degree course.
(2) The State Government or University concerned shall conduct the admission process.
(3) The Selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of final merit index calculated out of total of hundred
marks based on eighty per cent. weightage to the Post-graduate entrance test (PGET) and twenty per cent.
weightage to the marks obtained in under-graduate course.
(4) The Post-graduate entrance test (PGET) of hundred marks shall consist of one common written test of multiple
choice questions covering all the subjects of Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery)
course.
(5) The minimum eligibility marks of the entrance test for admission in the case of general candidates shall be fifty
per cent of the total marks, in the case of candidates belonging to the Schedule Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and
regular Central or State Government service candidate shall be forty per cent. and in the case of candidates
belonging to the Other Backward classes shall be forty-five per cent.
(6) The sponsored candidates shall also be required to possess the percentage of marks specified in sub-regulations
(5).
(7) The sponsored foreign national’s candidates shall not be required to possess the percentage of marks specified in
sub-regulations (5).
(8) Reservation for all categories shall be applicable as per the policy of the Central Government or the concerned
State Government.
(9) Change of subject shall be permissible within a period of two months from the date of admission, subject to
availability of vacancy and guide in the concerned department.
9. Duration of course and attendance-
(1) The student shall have to undergo study for a period of three years after the admission.
(2) The student shall have to attend minimum seventy-five per cent. of total lectures, practicals and clinical tutorials
or classes to become eligible for appearing in the examination.
(3) The student shall have to attend the hospital and other duties as may be assigned to him during the course of
study.
(4) The student of clinical subject shall have to do resident duties in their respective departments and student of
non-clinical subject shall have duties in their respective departments like Pharmacy or Herbal Garden or
Laboratory during the course of study.
(5) The student shall attend special lectures, demonstrations, seminars, study tours and such other activities as may
be arranged by the teaching departments.
(6) The maximum duration for completion of the course shall not exceed beyond the period of six years from the
date of admission to the course.
(7) Web based centralized biometric attendance system shall be required for the attendance of post-graduate
students and manual attendance at department level in which student is pursuing the post-graduate course.
10. Method of training.-
(1) In the first year of the course, the students shall have to acquire knowledge in the applied aspects of the
fundamentals of Ayurveda
(2) Intensive training shall be provided in classical knowledge along with comparative and critical study in the
respective specialty.
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(3) The emphasis shall be given on intensive applied and hands on training.
(4) The student shall have to acquire the knowledge about the methods and techniques of research in the respective
fields making use of information technology.
(5) In clinical subjects, students shall undertake responsibility in management and treatment of patients
independently and deal with emergencies.
(6) The student shall undertake training in teaching technology and research methods and shall participate in the
teaching and training programs of under-graduate students or interns in the respective subjects during the course
of studies.
(7) In the clinical training, the student shall have to acquire knowledge of independent work as a specialist.
(8) In the specialties of Shalya, Shalakya and Prasuti - Stri Roga, the student shall undergo training of investigative
procedures, techniques and surgical performance of procedures and management in the respective specialty.
11. Dissertation.-
(1) Central Scientific Advisory Post Graduate Committee appointed by Central Council of Indian Medicine shall
suggest the areas of Research and topics to be focused every academic year to make campaigning of evidence
based Ayurveda to the need of global standards and achieve publications and the same shall be followed by
University Committee while approving the Dissertation title.
(2) The title of the dissertation along with the synopsis, with approval of the Ethics Committee constituted by the
institute as per regulations of concerned recognised University, shall be submitted to the University within a
period of six months from the date of admission to the post-graduate course.
(3) If the student fails to submit the title of dissertation and synopsis within the period specified under sub-
regulation (2), his terms for final post-graduate course shall be extended for six months or more in accordance
with the time of submission of the synopsis to the University.
(4) The synopsis of the proposed scheme of work shall indicate the expertise and action plan of work of the student
relating to the proposed theme of work, the name of the department and the name and designation of the guide
or supervisor and co-guide (if any).
a. The University shall approve the synopsis not later than three months after submission of the synopsis.
(5) A Board of Research Studies shall be constituted by the University for approving the title.
(6) The University shall display the approved synopsis of dissertation on their website.
(7) The subject of every dissertation shall be research oriented, practical oriented, innovative and helpful in the
development of Ayurveda system and the subject of the dissertation shall have relation with the subject matter
of the specialty.
(8) Once the title for dissertation is approved by the Board of Research Studies of the University, the student shall
not be allowed to change the title of the proposed theme of work without permission of the University.
(9) No student shall be allowed to submit the dissertation before six months of completion of course and the student
shall continue his regular study in the institution after submission of dissertation to complete three years.
(10) The dissertation shall contain the methods and data of the research carried out by the student on the problem
selected by him and completed under the guidance of the guide or supervisor approved by the University.
(11) The dissertation shall consist of critical review of literature, methodology, results of the research, discussion on
the basis of research findings of the study, summary, conclusion, and references cited in the dissertation shall be
suitable for publication.
(12) The dissertation shall consist of not less than forty thousand words.
(13) The dissertation shall contain, at the end, a summary of not more than one thousand and five hundred words and
the conclusion not exceeding one thousand words.
(14) The guide or supervisor shall be a person of status of a Professor or Reader or Associate Professor.
(15) Lecturer or Assistant Professor having five years University approved teaching experience in the subject
concerned shall eligible for guide or supervisor.
(16) Five copies of the bound dissertation along with a certificate from the supervisor or guide shall reach the office
of the Registrar of the University four months before the final examination.
(17) The dissertation shall be assessed by two external examiners and two internal examiners appointed by the
University.
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(18) The dissertation shall be accepted only after the approval of examiners appointed under sub-regulation (17) and
in case of disapproval by one external examiner, the dissertation shall be referred to third external examiner
approved by the University concerned.
(19) If the dissertation is not accepted by two external examiners, the same shall be returned to the student with the
remarks of the examiners and the student shall resubmit the dissertation after making necessary improvement in
the light of examiners’ report to the University within a further period of six months.
(20) The student shall be permitted to appear in the final examination of post-graduate degree course only after
approval of the dissertation by the examiners.
(21) Inter-disciplinary research may be done by co-opting the guide or supervisor from the concerned specialty.
(22) If a para-clinical or pre-clinical subject student takes a thesis topic involving clinical trials then he/she shall
work under co-guide of a clinical teacher of the speciality concerned for preparing the thesis
12. Examination and assessment.-
(1) The post-graduate degree course shall have two examinations in the following manner, namely:-
(a) the preliminary examination shall be conducted at the end of one academic year after admission;
(b) the final examination shall be conducted on completion of three academic years after the admission to post-
graduate course;
(c) examination shall ordinarily be held in the month of June or July and November or December every year;
(d) for being declared successful in the examination, student shall have to pass all the subjects separately in
preliminary examination;
(e) the student shall be required to obtain minimum fifty per cent. marks in practical and theory subjects separately
to be announced as pass;
(f) if a student fails in preliminary examination, he shall have to pass before appearing in the final examination;
(g) if the student fails in theory or practical in the final examination, he can appear in the subsequent examination
without requiring to submit a fresh dissertation;
(h) the subsequent examination for failed candidates shall be conducted at every six months interval; and
(i) the post-graduate degree shall be conferred after the dissertation is accepted and the student passes the final
examination.
(2) The examination shall be aimed to test the clinical acumen, ability and working knowledge of the student in the
practical aspect of the specialty and his fitness to work independently as a specialist.
(3) The clinical examination shall be judge the competence of the student in Ayurveda and scientific literature of
the specialty.
(4) The viva-voce part of the practical examination shall involve extensive discussion on any aspect of subject or
specialty.
13. Subjects of examination.-
(1) The preliminary examination at the end of one academic year after admission shall be conducted in the
following subjects, namely:-
Paper I- Research Methodology and Bio or Medical Statistics;
Paper II-Applied aspects regarding concerned subjects.
(2) The student shall have to undergo training in the department concerned and shall maintain month-wise record of
the work done during the last two years of study in the specialty opted by him as under:-
(a) study of literature related to specialty;
(b) regular clinical training in the hospital for student of clinical subject;
(c) practical training of research work carried out in the department, for student of pre-clinical and para-
clinical subject;
(d) participation in various seminars, symposia and discussions; and
(e) progress of the work done on the topic of dissertation.
(3) The assessment of the work done by the students of first year post-graduate course during the first year as
specified in sub-regulation (2) shall be done before the preliminary examination.
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(4) The final examination shall include dissertation, written papers and clinical or practical and oral examination.
(5) There shall be four theory papers in each specialty and one practical or clinical and viva-voce examination in the
concerned specialty or group of sub-specialties selected by the student for special study.
(6) The student shall publish or get accepted minimum one research paper on his research work in one journal and
one paper presentation in regional level seminar.
14. Mode of examination and appointment of examiner(s)-
(1) The preliminary examination and final examination shall be held in written, practical or clinical and oral
examination.
(2) The preliminary examination shall be conducted by a team of two examiners, out of which one examiner shall be
external from any other institution and the final examination shall be conducted by a team of four examiners, out of
which two examiners shall be external from any other institution.
(3) A teacher with five years teaching or research experience in concerned subject or speciality shall be considered
eligible for being appointed as an examiner.
15. Facilities for post-graduate students.- The stipend and contingency shall be provided at the rates decided by the
Central Government for institutes of its control or respective State Government for institutes of its control or University,
as the case may be.
16. Teacher- student ratio.-
(1) The teacher-student ratio shall be such that the number of post-graduate teachers to the number of post-graduate
students admitted per year is maintained as 1:3 in case of Professor and 1:2 in case of Reader or Associate
Professor.
(2) The teacher student ratio shall be 1:1 in case of Lecturer or Assistant Professor having minimum of five years
teaching experience.
17. The maximum number of students in post-graduate course.- The maximum number of students per year per
specialty shall not exceed twelve.
18. Medium of instruction.- The medium of instruction shall be Sanskrit or Hindi or any recognised regional language
or English.
19. Qualifications and Experience for teaching staff- The qualifications and experience for teaching staff shall be as
follows:-
(a) Essential qualification-
(i) A Bachelor degree in Ayurveda from a University as recognised under the Act;
(ii) a Post-graduate degree in the subject or specialty concerned included in the Schedules to the Act.
(b) Experience-
(i) For the post of Professor: Total teaching experience of ten years in concerned subject or five years teaching
experience as Associate Professor (Reader) in concerned subject or total ten years research experience in regular service
in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or Union territory or University or National
Institutions with not less than five papers published in a recognised journal.
(ii) For the post of Reader or Associate Professor: Teaching experience of five years in concerned subject or total
five years research experience in regular service in Research Councils of Central Government or State Government or
Union territory or University or National Institutions with not less than three papers published in a recognised journal.
(iii) For the post of Assistant Professor or Lecturer at the time of first appointment, the age shall not exceed forty-five
years and no teaching or research experience is required.
(c) Qualification and experience for the post of Head of the Institution –The qualification and experience for the post
of Head of the Institution (Principal or Dean or Director) shall be the qualification and experience prescribed for the post
of Professor.
(d) Provision of allied subject: In absence of the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the subject concerned as
mentioned in column (2) of the table, the candidate of post-graduate qualification in the allied subjects as mentioned in
column (3) of the table, shall be considered eligible for the post of Lecturer or Assistant Professor, Reader or Associate
Professor and Professor:-
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Table
Sl. No. Specialty required Name of the allied subjects
(1) (2) (3)
1. Swasthavritta Kayachikitsa
2. Agada Tantra Dravyaguna or Rasashastra
3. Roga Vigyana Kayachikitsa
4. Rachana Sharira Shalya
5. Kriya Sharira Ayurveda Samhita evam Siddhant or Kayachikitsa
6. Shalakya Shalya
7. Panchakarma Kayachikitsa
8. Balaroga Prasuti evam Striroga or Kayachikitsa
9. Kayachikitsa Manasaroga
10. Shalya Nischetana evam Ksha- kirana
11. Prasuti evam Strirog Shalya Tantra

Note 1: The provision of allied subjects may be allowed for five years from the date of publication of these regulations.
Note 2: The research experience of regular Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) holder may be considered equivalent to one
year teaching experience.
20. Date of completion of permission process and cut-off-date for admission in Ayurveda Colleges.- (1) The process
of grant or denial of permission to the Ayurveda colleges for taking admissions in post-graduate course shall be
completed by the 31st July of each academic session.
(2) The cut-off-date for admissions in post-graduate course shall be the 30th September of each academic session.
K. NATARAJAN, Registrar-cum-Secy.
[Advt. III/4/Exty./290(124)]
Note : If any discrepancy is found between Hindi and English version of “Indian Medicine Central Council (Post
Graduate Ayurveda Education) Regulations, 2016”. The English version will be treated as final.

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RkFkk izs{k.k ds lkFk dsUnzh; ifj"kn dks izLrqr djuk gksxk(
¼M½ ifjn’kZd }kjk dsUnzh; ifj"kn dks foLr`r izfrosnu RkFkk izs{k.k vkWu ykbu izLrqr djus ds i’pkr~] dsUnzh; ifj"kn ifjn’kZdksa }kjk izfrosnu
izLrqr djus ls ,d ekg dh vof/k ds Hkhrj dsUnzh; ljdkj dks foLr`r izfrosnu lfgr viuh laLrqfr Hkstsxh(
¼p½ dsUnzh; ifj"kn izekf.kr djsxh fd egkfo|ky; esa fo|eku f’k{k.k ladk; fdlh vU; LFkku ij dk;Zjr ugha gS(
¼N½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ dks NksMd + j bu fofu;eksa essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vko’;drkvksa dh iwfrZ ds eqY;kadu gsrq ifjn’kZu dh frfFk dks
vfHkHkkoh fLFkfr ij egkfo|ky; dks l’krZ vuqefr vFkok ikWp o"kkZs dh vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku djus ij fopkj fd;k tk,xkA
¼2½ ikap ok"kks
ok"kksZ dh vof/k ds fy, vuqefr gsrq U;wure ekud dh vko’;drk,a&
¼d½ egkfo|ky; }kjk bu fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj vko’;drkvksa dh iwfrZ ds i’pkr ikWp o"kkZs dh vof/k ds fy, izos’k ysus gsrq vuqefr nh
tk,xhA fdlh f’kdk;r ds izkIr gksus ij( vFkok vkWu ykbu ck;ks eSfVªd mifLFkfr ls ;g ik, tkus ij fd f’k{k.k] xSjf’k{k.k LVWkQ]
vLirky dk LVkWQ fu;fer :i ls mifLFkr ugha gS] vFkok vLirky mfpr :i ls dk;Z ugha dj jgk gS] ,slk ik;s tkus ij dsUnzh;
ljdkj }kjk visf{kr ;Fkk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ ds }kjk visf{kr mDr vof/k ds Hkhrj egkfo|ky; dk ;kn`fPNd fujh{k.k fd;k tk,xk(
¼[k½ mDr vof/k ds Hkhrj fdlh deh ds ik;s tkus ij egkfo|ky; }kjk bls 150 fnuksa ds Hkhrj dsUnzh; ifj"kn dks lwfpr djrs gq, iwjk
fd;k tk,xkA vU;Fkk ikWp o"kksZ dh vof/k gsrq vuqefr dks okil fy;k x;k le>k tk,xk(
¼x½ ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 ls 2018&19 rFkk 2015&16 ls 2019&20 ls ikWp o"kksZ ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr izkIr egkfo|ky;ksa dks
fofu;e 4 ls 11 ds vUrZxr ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djuk gksxkA vU;Fkk ikWp o"kksZ dh vof/k gsrq vuqefr dks okil fy;k
le>k tk,xkA
¼3½ ,d o"kZ
o"kZ dh l’krZ vuqefr iznku djus gsrq U;wure ekud dh vko’;drk,a % ¼d½ fdlh fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq ,d o"kZ dh l’krZ
vuqefr ek= mu egkfo|ky;ksa dks iznku dh tk,xh tks fd vkxkeh ’kSf{kd l= gsrq 31 fnlEcj ls 31 ekpZ ds chp dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ }kjk
fufj{k.k ds vk/kkj ij fuEefyf[kr vko’;drk,a iwjh dj jgs gS(
¼i½ vuqlwph&V esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{kdksa dh vko’drk(
¼ii½ fofu;e VII ds mi fofu;e ¼2½ ds vrxZr ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k vLirky dh vko’;drk(
¼iii½ vuqlwph&VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V midj.kksa dh vko’;drk dh U;wure 75 izfr’kr dh miyC/krk(
¼iv½ vuqlwph&III esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vk"kS/kh; m|ku dh miyC/krk(
¼v½ vuqlwph&IV esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vLirky ds LVkWQ dh miyC/krk(
¼vi½ vuqlwph&VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V rduhdh ,oa vU; LVkWQ dh miyC/krk(
¼vii½ fofu;e 9 ds mi fofu;e ¼1½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V egkfo|ky; ifj"kn~ dh miyC/krk(
¼viii½ fofu;e 9 ds mi fofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V egkfo|ky; dh osc lkbV dh miyC/krk(
¼ix½ fofu;e 9 ds mi fofu;e ¼3½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ck;ks eSfVªd mifLFkfr dh miyC/krk(
¼x½ fofu;e 5 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V egkfo|ky;ksa ,oa vLirkyksa ds U;wure fufeZr {ks= dh miyC/krk(
¼[k½ egkfo|ky;ksa] ftUgsa l’krZ vuqefr iznku dh xbZ gS vFkok ftUgsa ’kSf{kd l= 2015&16 gsrq vuqefr ds fy, euk dj fn;k x;k gS] mUgss
fofu;e 4 ls 11 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d o"kZ dh fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= vFkok ikWp o"kksZ dh vof/k gsrq l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus ds fy, mDr [kaM
¼d½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djuk gksxkA
4- Hkwfe dh vko’;drk%& ¼1½ bu fofu;eksa ds v/khu 60 lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk okys esMhdy dkWyst ,oa layXu vLirky ,oa vU;
vk/kkfjd lajpuk ds fufeZr Hkou de ls de rhu ,dM+ ds ,d IykWV ij miyC/k gksA
¼2½ 61 ls 100 lhVksa dh izos’k dh {kerk gsrq Hkwfe ikap ,dM+ ls de ugh gks vkSj nks IykWV ls vf/kd ugh gks ,oa mudh nwjh 2
fdyksehVj ls vf/kd ugh gksA IykWV ;fn lM+d ;k ugj ;k ukys ds dkj.k vyx gks ysfdu ,d iqy ls tqMs+ gkas rks Hkwfe dk ,d gh
VqdM+k le>k tk;sxkA
¼3½ dqy fuekZ.k {ks=] vuqes; ry {ks= vuqikr¼,e-,-vkj-½ ;k ¶yksj Lisl baMsDl¼,Q,lvkbZ½ l{ke izkf/kdkjh ;k LFkkuh; dkuwuksa ;k fu;eksa
}kjk nh xbZ vuqefr ij vk/kkfjr gksxkA
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¼4½ dsUnz ljdkj dh vuqefr ds fy, vkosnu djrs le; LFkkuh; uxj fuxe dk vf/kdkfjd izek.k i= tks ;g izekf.kr@vuqeksfnr djrk
gks fd Hkouksa dk fuekZ.k ,oa mudk fuekZ.k {ks= vuqlwph&I ,oa vuqlwph&II ds vuqlkj gS ,oa ;g Hkou Hkwfe ds VqdM+s esa fufeZr gks
ldrs gSa] layXu gksuk pkfg,A
ijUrq iV~Vs dh lekfIr ij] bu egkfo|ky;ksa dks ;k rks Hkwfe dks vius LokfeRo esa ysuk gksxk vFkok dkWyst ds uke ij 99 o"kZ ;k laEcf/kr jkT;
ljdkj vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks= ds fu;eksa vFkok fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj vf/kdre vuqefr vof/k ds iV~Vs ij gksuh pkfg,A
¼5½ Hkwfe dkWyst ds LokfeRo esa gksuh pkfg, ;k dkWyst ds uke ij 99 o"kZ ;k laEcf/kr jkT; ljdkj vFkok la?k ’kkflr {ks= ds fu;eksa
vFkok fofu;eksa ds vuqlkj vf/kdre vuqefr vof/k ds iV~Vs ij gksuh pkfg,A vuqefr dk uohdj.k rFkkfi iV~Vs dh lekfIr ij
gksxkA
¼6½ 7 uoEcj] 2003 ls iwoZ LFkkfir dkWystks ds fy, Hkwfe ds vkdkj rFkk LokfeRo dh vko’;drk ykxw ugha gksxhA
5- U;wure fufeZr {ks= dh vko’;drk%&
¼1½ lkB Nk=ksa rd dh HkrhZ dh {kerk gsrq izR;sd dkWyst ,oa vLirky dk fufeZr {ks= nks gtkj oxZ ehVj gksuk pkfg,A
¼2½ 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd dh HkrhZ dh {kerk gsrq pkj gtkj vkSj rhu gtkj ,oa ikap lkS oxZ ehVj fufeZr {ks= dze’k% egkfo|ky; ,oa
vLirky ds fy, gksxkA
¼3½ vuqlwph&I ,oa vuqlwph&II esa mfYyf[kr fooj.kkuqlkj dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds Hkouksa dk fuekZ.k vyx&vyx fd;k tkuk pkfg,A rFkk dkWyst
,oa vLirky ds vyx vyx Hkouks dh vko’;drk ek= fnukad 19 Qjojh] 2013 ds i’pkr~ LFkkfir egkfo|ky;ksa ij ykxw gksxhA
¼4½ dkWyst dks lqpk: :i ls dk;Z djus gsrq] vU; vko’;d vk/kkfjd lajpuk,a tSls dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds deZpkjh gsrq i;kZIr vkokl] ckâ;
,oa vUrjax [ksyksa dh lqfo/kk] ukxfjd ,oa fctyh dh lsok,a vkSj dk;Z’kkyk] dkWyst ,oa vLirky ds ifjlj ds vUnj i;kZIr xkM+h&LFkku ds
j[k j[kko dk Hkh ikyu djuk gksxkA
¼5½ ouks"kf/k m|ku dk U;wure {ks= vuqlwph&III esa fofgr vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
6- izos'k {kerk%&
{kerk egkfo|ky; dh okf"kZd izos’k {kerk 60 ,oa 100 ds LySc esa gksxhA 60 ls de ;k 61 ls 100 lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk
j[kus okys egkfo|ky; dks vuqlwph&I ls vuqlwph&VII rd esa of.kZr dze’k% 60 ,oa 100 lhVkas dh vko’;drkvksa dk ikyu djuk
gksxkA
7- f’k{k.k vLirky dh vko’;drk,a%&
¼1½ f’k{k.k vLirky] vLirky LFkkfir djus vksj lapkfyr djus gsrq lEcfU/kr jkT; ;k dsUnz ’kkflr izns’k ;k LFkkuh; izkf/kdj.k
dh lHkh lkafof/kd vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djsxk vkSj ,slh vuqefr ;k fudklh dh v|ru izekf.kr izfr;ka dsUnzh; ljdkj
vkSj dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dks izLrqr djsxkA lEcfU/kr jkT; ljdkj ;k la?k jkT; ljdkj ,sls vkosnd dkWystksa dks vukifRr izek.k
i= tkjh djus ls iwoZ ,sls vuqefr ;k fudklh dh miyC/krk dks lR;kfir djsxhA
¼2½ 'k¸;kvksa dh vko’;drk] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx vkSj ckâ; jksxh foHkkx mifLFkfr%& Nk=ksa dk vuqikr 'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k ds lkFk]
var% jksxh foHkkx esa 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr 1%1] 40 izfr’kr ,oa 1%2 tSlk fd fuUufyf[kr
rkfydk esa fn;k x;k gS ds vuqlkj gksxkA lkekU; okMZ esa nks 'k¸;kvksa dh nwjh Ms<+¼1½½ ehVj ls de ugh gksxhA
Rkkfydk&I
Rkkfydk&
Okkf"kZd izos’k {kerk vUrjax :X.k foHkkx esa izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure la[;k ¼40 izfr’kr fiNys ,d okf"kZd dyS.Mj esa ckâ; jksxh
U;wure Nk= 'k¸;k 1%1 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx½ fiNys ,d okf"kZd dyS.Mj foHkkx esa izfrfnu jksfx;ksa dh U;wure la[;k
¼365 fnu½ esa vUrjax jksxh foHkkx esa ¼1%2 fo|kFkhZ&jksxh vuqikr½
60 Nk=ksa rd 60 'k¸;k 24 120
61 ls 100 Nk= 100 'k¸;k 40 200
'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh la[;k dh x.kuk djus gsrq egkfo|ky; izR;sd jksxh ds HkrhZ gksus rFkk muds fuoZrZu dh frfFk ,oa le; dk ys[kk tks[kk j[ksxkA
e/;jk=h esa jksxh }kjk 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk ,d 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa dh tk,xhA rFkk ;fn fdlh jksxh dk fuoZrZu e/;jk=h ls iwoZ
gksrk gS rks mls 0-5 'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx ds :i esa fxuk tk,xkA 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx dh x.kuk gsrq fuEufyf[kr lw= ykxw gksxk&
'k¸;k fnol vf/kHkksx × 100 dh la[;k
'k¸;kvksa dh la[;k × fnolksa dh la[;k
¼3½ ckâ; jksxh foHkkx@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx
foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr ds vfHkys[k dk j[kj[kko%& ¼i½ dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckâ; :X.k foHkkx
,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst]
foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k] :X.k lEcfU/kr nLrkost] cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx] iz;ksx’kkyk
vkSj jsfM;ksyksthdy tkap izfrosnu] vkS"kf/k forj.k iaftdk] vkgkj iaftdk] vLirky deZpkjho`Un dk M;wVh iaftdk] tUe ,oa e`R;q izek.k
i= bR;kfn fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e ¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa ;wukuh vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq
djsxkA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 171

(ii) l’krZ vuqefr gsrq] dkWyst ,oa vLirky ckâ; :X.k foHkkx ,oa vUrjax :X.k foHkkx ds jksfx;ksa dk vfHkys[k dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh;
iathdj.k iz.kkyh ls j[kj[kko djsxkA dkWyst] foHkkxkuqlkj cfgjax foHkkx vkSj vUrjax foHkkx dk vfHkys[k fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e
¼2½ esa mfYyf[kr izfrekuksa dks iw.kZ djus gsrq ,oa ;wukuh vLirky dh dk;Z’khyrk dh ;FkkFkZrk gsrq djsxkA
rFkk dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr gksxhA mu egkfo|ky;ksa dks ftUgs ’kSf{kd l=
2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikWp o"kksZ ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] mUgs fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc
vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh dk j[k j[kko djuk gksxkA
¼4½ LFkku vko’;drk%& iw.kZ :i ls lapkfyr vLirky esa cfgjax@vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ds vfrfjDr Lokxr] jksfx;ksa] izrh{kk {ks=] vkS"kf/k d{k]
ejge iV~Vh d{k] Dyhfudy iz;ksx’kkyk] jsfM;ksyksth vuqHkkx] lkbZM QkesZlh] jlksbZ] lsokd{k] fpfdRlk vfHkys[k d{k] bykt fcn rnchj
FkSjsih vuqHkkx] 'kY; d{k] izlo] Hk.Mkj] L=h ,oa iq:"k vyx&2 okMZ] fpfdRldksa gsrq] ulksZ ,oa vU; deZpkfj;ksa gsrq M;wVh d{k gksus
pkfg,A layXu vLirky ds fufeZr {ks= dh lqfuf’prrk vuqlwph&I ds vuqlkj gksxhA
¼5½ ckâ; jksxh foHkkx%& vLirky esa de ls de fuEu N% ckâ; jksxh foHkkx gksxsa%&
¼i½ eqvkyktkr ¼esfMlu½
¼ii½ tjgkr esa ,su] mTu] vUQ] gyd ok vluku dks lfEefyr djrs gq, ¼’kY; es us=] d.kZ] uklk] daB ,oa nUr fpfdRlk dks
lfEefyr djrs gq,½
¼iii½ dckyr o vejkts ,&fuLoka ok ¼vks-ch-th-½
¼iv½ vejkt+&,& vrQky ¼ckyjksx½
¼v½ vejkt+ &,& ftYn ok rt+hfu;r ¼Ropk ,oa dkLesVksykWth½
¼vi½ rg¶Qqt+h ok lkekth frCc ¼leqnk; fpfdRlk½
fVIi
fVIi.kh% mijksDr ds vfrfjDr] bykt fcr rnchj dk ,d vyx foHkkx gksxkA
¼6½ vUrjax :X.k foHkkx%& vUrjax :X.k foHkkx esa iq:"k ,oa L=h okMZ vyx gksxsa vkSj 'k¸;k forj.k fuEu izdkj gksxk%&
vUrjax foHkkx forj.k 60 'k¸;k 100 'k¸;k
eqvkyktkr¼bykt fcn rnchj] vejkt+ &,& 50% 'k¸;k 30 50
ftYn o rt+hfu;r dks lfEefyr djrs gq,½
¼tjgkr ,su] mTu] vUQ ok gyd dks 25% 'k¸;k 15 25
lfEefyr djrs gq,½
¼dckyr ok vejkts ,&fuLoka ok vrQky 25% 'k¸;k 15 25
dks lfEefyr djrs gq,½

¼7½ r’k[k+hl vejkt ¼Dyhfudy jksx funku ,oa tkap gsrq uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk½
vLirky ds ckâ;jksxh ,oa var%jksxh foHkkx ls fufnZ"V fd;s x;s jksfx;ksa ij uSR;d] jksxkRed] tSo jklk;fud rFkk jDr laca/kh tkap ,oa ;wukuh
uSnkfud rduhdksa dks dk;kZfUor djus gsrq vLirky esa vuqlwph&I] vuqlwph&IV, vuqlwph&V, vuqlpw h&VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V mfpr
vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk ,oa tu’kfDr lfgr ,d uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk gksxhA
¼8½ vLirky ds deZpkjh% vLirky ds fy, U;wure LVkWQ dh vko’;drk vuqlwph&IV ds vuqlkj gksxhA
8- dkWyst ds fy, vko’;drk,Wa &
¼1½ ¼d½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ% vuqlwph&V esa fofufnZ"V izR;sd LySc gsrq nl va’k dkfyd vfrfjDr f’k{kdksa [ekMuZ esMhflu ds vkB
f’k{kd rFkk vjch dk ,d f’k{kd ¼vjch ,oa efUrd &vks&Q+yl+Qk ds f’k{k.k gsrq½ rFkk lEizs{k.k dkS’ky ds f’k{k.k gsrq ,d
f’k{kd] lkFk 60 Nk=ksa ds izos’k gsrq fu;fer vk/kkj ij fu;qDr U;wure 30 iw.kZdkfyd f’k{kd rFkk 61 ls 100 rd dh
izos’k {kerk gsrq U;wure fu;fer 45 iw.kZdZ kfyd f’k{kd gksxsA os f’k{kd tks f’k{k.k ds in vFkok fo"k; ds f’k{kd ls lacaf/kr
ik=rk ds ekudks dks iwjk djrs gS] mUgsa izfrfu;qfDr vFkok lafonk ds vk/kkj ij fu;qDr fd;k tk,xkA
¼[k½ f’k{kdksa dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q% f’k{kdks dh lsok fuo`fRr dh vk;q dsUnzh; ljdkj vFkok jkT; ljdkj vFkok fo’ofo|ky;
vuqnku vks;kx ds vkns’k ds vuqlkj gksxhA f’k{kdksa dk ik=rk ds ekud iw.kZ djus okys lsok fuo`Rr f’k{kdksa dks iw.kZ dkfyd
f’k{kd ds :i esa 65 o"kZ dh vk;q rd iqu%fu;qDr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
¼x½ izR;sd f’k{kd dk fooj.k tSls ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dk;ZHkkj xzg.k djus dh frfFk
egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij gksxhA
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¼?k½ leLr f’k{kdks dh lwph iw.kZ fooj.k lfgr tSls dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ }kjk vkcafVr dksM] ’kSf{kd vgZrk] iwoZ laLFkk rFkk orZeku
laLFkk ds uke lfgr dqy f’k{k.k vuqHko] dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ij iznf’Zkr gksxhA
¼2½ rduhdh ,oa vU; LVkQ dh vko’;drk% egkfo|ky; dh fofHkUu bdkb;ksa rFkk foHkkxksa esa rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ
vuqlwph&VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxkA
9- fofo/k vko’;drk,a&
¼1½ dkWyst ifj"kn~% ¼d½ izR;sd fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; vFkok fpfdRlk laLFkk esa ,d dkWyst ifj"kn~ gksxh ftlesa foHkkxksa ds v/;{k
lnL; ds :i esa rFkk iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk v/;{k ds :i esa lekfo"V gksA
¼[k½ ikB~;dze rFkk izf’k{k.k dk;Zdze dk fooj.k rS;kj djus] vuq’kklu ij cy nsus rFkk vU; 'kS{kf.kd ekeyksa ds fy, o"kZ esa
de ls de pkj ckj dkWyst ifj"kn~ dh cSBd dh tk;sxhA
¼x½ dkWyst ifj"kn~ }kjk laLFkk esa fu;fer :i ls vkof/kd vuqla/kku iqujh{k.k ds lkFk&lkFk vUrjfoHkkxh; cSBdsa tSls eq[; nkSjs]
lkaf[;dh; cSBds rFkk uSnkfud cSBdsa Hkh vk;ksftr dh tk;saxhA
¼2½ dkWyst dh osclkbZV% izR;sd dkWyst vFkok laLFkku dh mldh viuh osclkbV gksxh ftl ij izR;sd ekg ds igys lIrkg esa
v|ru fd;k x;k fuEufyf[kr fooj.k miyC/k djk;k tk;sxkA
¼d½ funs’kd vFkok vf/k"Bkrk vFkok iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok fpfdRlk v/kh{kd dk fooj.k ftlesa mldk uke] vk;q] iathdj.k la[;k]
vgZrk] dk;Zxzg.k dh rkjh[k] nwjHkk"k@eksckby la[;k lfgr mudk iwjk irk rFkk ,l-Vh-Mh- dksM] QsDl rFkk bZ&esy bR;kfn
gksaA
¼[k½ QksVksxzkQ] iathdj.k la[;k] tUefrfFk] vgZrk] vuqHko foHkkx bR;kfn ds lkFk f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.kA
¼x½ muds vius foHkkx lfgr dkWyst dk xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; LVkWQ dk fooj.kA
¼?k½ Lukrdh; ,oa LukrdksRrj ds fofHkUu ikB~dez ksa dh Lohd`fr izos’k {kerk dk fooj.kA
¼M+½ pkyw ,o xr ,d o"kZ ds fy, izo’s k izkIr Nk=ksa dh ;ksX;rk ds vk/kkj ij ,oa Js.kh ds vk/kkj ij lwphA
¼p½ fiNys ,d o"kZ ds nkSjku dksbZ 'kks/k izdk’kuA
¼N½ laLFkk }kjk vk;ksftr lrr fdlh fpfdRlk f’k{kk ¼lh-,e-bZ½ dk;Zdze] lEesyu rFkk@vFkok fdlh 'kS{kf.kd xfrfof/k;ksa dk
fooj.kA
¼t½ Nk=ksa ,oa ladk; }kjk izkIr fd;s x;s fdlh iqjLdkj ,oa miyfC/k dk fooj.kA
¼>½ lEc) fo’ofo|ky; rFkk blds dqyifr rFkk dqy lfpo dk fooj.kA
¼Œk½ fiNys ,d o"kZ dh lHkh ijh{kkvksa dk ifj.kkeA
¼V½ lHkh ikB~;dzeksa dh ekU;rk dh C;kSjsokj fLFkfrA
¼B½ fpfdRlky; esa uSnkfud lkexzh dk fooj.kA
¼M½ egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ dh osclkbV ls fyad gksxh] ftls ea=ky; dh osclkbV ls Hkh fyad
fd;k tk,xkA
¼<½ ckg~; jksxh foHkkx rFkk var% jksxh foHkkx esa egkfo|ky; ds f’k{k.k rFkk xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ] vLirky ds LVkWQ] Nk=ksa rFkk
jksfx;ksa dh mifLFkfr dk ekfld fo’ys"k.k egkfo|ky; dh osclkbV ij iznf’kZr fd;k tk,xkA
¼3½ ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr% ¼d½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls
fyad dE;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼[k½ l’krZ vuqefr gsrq ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr fnukad 1 fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad gksxhA
¼x½ egkfo|ky; ftUgas ’kSf{kd l= 2014&15 rFkk 2015&16 ls ikWp o"kksZ ls vukf/kd vof/k gsrq vuqefr iznku dh xbZ Fkh] os fnukad 1
fnlEcj] 2016 ls osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ls fyad ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr dk vuqj{k.k djsxsaA
10-
10- u, dkWyst dh pj.k okj fof’k"V vko’;drk,a &
¼1½ vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 13 d ds izko/kku ds vUrxZr dkfeys &frCc&vks&tjkgr ¼cspyj vkWQ ;wukuh esMhflu ,.M ltZjh½
ikB~;dze izkjEHk djus gsrq vuqefr pkgus okys ;wukuh dkWyst dks vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk rFkk tu’kfDr dks fuEuor~ LFkkfir
djuk gksxk%
¼d½ dkWyst Nk=ksa ds izFke cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk &
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 173

¼i½ vkosnu izLrqr djrs le;] dkWyst ds ikl 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k rFkk fofu;e ¼7½ ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa fufnZ"V okf"kZd
Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx ,oa ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okys vkosnu dh frfFk ls nks o"kZ ls
iwoZ dk;kZRed ;wukuh fpfdRlky; ds lkFk fofu;e 4 ,oa 5 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr fpfdRlky; lfgr ,d
Hkou ml Hkwfe ij gh gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa
rFkk vuqlwph&VI esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd dh fu;qfDr
leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq eqvkyktkr] bykt fcn rnchj] tjkgr] ,su] mT+u] vUQ ok gy+d] vejkts fuLoka ok rFkk
vejkts vRQky] bYeqy dckyr esa ls izR;sd dk de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK vFkok uSnkfud ¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kd fu;qDr gksuk
pkfg, rFkk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk gsrq dsUnzh; ljkdj dks vkosnd }kjk vkosnu izLrqr fd, tkus ls nks o"kZ iwoZ vFkok
fo’ks"kK fpfdRld dh fu;qfDr dh frfFk ls] tks Hkh de gks] fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok uSnkfud fpfdRld dk vuqHko f’k{kd
ds :Ik esa ekuk tk,xkA
¼iv½ nks gtkj ikWp lkS iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa d
cSBus rFkk 61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk Ik;kZIr LVkWQ gksA
¼v½ vuqlwph I ls VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr nks
O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ nks gtkj ikap lkS oxZehVj Hkwfe ij QSyk ,d ouks"kf/k;ksa ls ;qDr m|ku rFkk 60 lhVks rd ds fy, rFkk 61 ls 100 lhVks
ds fy, 4 gtkj oxZ ehVj dh Hkwfe ftles de ls de ,d lkS iztkfr;ksa dh vkS"kf/k;ksa ds ikS/ks yxs gksaA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph 4 essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk( rFkk
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dE;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼[k½ Nk=ksa ds f}rh; cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mifofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k vf/kHkksx
,oa ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed ;wukuh fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr
leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd
dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq eqvkyktkr] bykt fcn rnchj]tjkgr] ,su&mT+u&vUQ ok gy+d] vejkt+&,&fuLoka
ok bYeqy dckyr rFkk vejkt+&,&vRQky] foHkkxksa esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud
¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikWp gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa d cSBus rFkk
61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph I ls VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr
rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph IV essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk( ,oa
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsr osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼x½ Nk=ksa ds r`rh; cSp ds izos’k ls de ls de rhu ekg iwoZ egkfo|ky; dk ifjn’kZu fd;k tk;sxk rFkk ml le; egkfo|ky; fuEufyf[kr dks
j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k
vf/kHkksx ,oa ckâ; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed ;wukuh fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg,A
174 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V visf{kr vgZrk lfgr
leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph 6 esa ;Fkk foufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh fu;qfDr dh tk,xhA izk/;kid ds vHkko esa izokpd
dh fu;qfDr leku la[;k esa gksuh pkfg,A
¼iii½ egkfo|ky; fpfdRlky; ds izpkyu gsrq eqvkyktkr] bykt fcn rnchj]tjkgr] ,su&mT+u&vUQ ok gy+d] vejkt+&,&fuLok
,oa bYeqy dckyr rFkk vejkt+&,&vrQky] foHkkxksa esa ls izR;sd esas de ls de ,d fo’ks"kK fpfdRld vFkok ,d uSnkfud
¼fDyfudy½ f’k{kdA
¼iv½ ikWp gtkj iqLrdksa dk ,d iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V 60 izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fD;ksa d cSBus rFkk
61 ls 100 izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fD;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v+½ vuqlwph I ls VII esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V f’k{k.k ds izFke ,oa f}rh; O;k;lkf;d o"kZ gsrq mfpr :i ls QuhZpj;qDr ,oa lqlfTtr
rhu O;k[;ku gkWy rFkk f’k{k.k foHkkx rFkk iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk laxzgky; vfuok;Z gksxsaA
¼vi½ U;wure ,d lkS ipkl iztkfr;ksa ds vkS"k/kh; ikS/ks rFkk vkS"kf/k m|ku esa ,d ouLifr&laxzgky; o izn’kZu gkWyA
¼vii½ vLirky dk leLr LVkWQ vuqlwph IV essa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V gksxk( ,oa
¼viii½ lSnyk ,oa HkS"kt dYiuk foHkkx esa U;wure {ks= dh ,d f’k{k.k vkS"k/kky; gksxh ftlesa ikB~;dze ds vuqlkj vkS"k/kh rS;kj djus
gsrq vuqlwph & VII ds vuqlk midj.k gksaxsA
¼ix½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼?k½ Nk=ksa ds prqFkZ cSp ds izos’k ls iwoZ] dkWyst fuEufyf[kr dks j[ksxk&
¼i½ fofu;e 7 ds mi&fofu;e ¼2½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd Nk= izos’k {kerk ds vuq:i 'k¸;kvksa dh mfpr la[;k] 'k¸;k
vf/kHkksx ,oa ckg; jksxh foHkkx dh mifLFkfr j[kus okyk dk;kZRed ;wukuh fpfdRlky; gksuk pkfg;sA
¼ii½ f’k{k.k ,oa izf’k{k.k ds izFke] f}rh;] r`rh; ,oa prqFkZ vFkkZr~ vafre O;olkf;d o"kZ gsrq vko’;d fofu;e 8 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V
visf{kr vgZrk lfgr leLr f’k{kdksa rFkk vuqlwph VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V xSj f’k{k.k LVkQ dh fu;qfDRk dh tk,xhA
¼iii½ bu fofu;Ekksa 4 ls 11 esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky;] fpfdRlky; rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa dh leLr vk/kkjHkwr
lajpuk rFkk tu’kfDr dh vko’;drk,aA
¼iv½ lkr gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdksa dk iqLrdky; ftlesa vuqlwph VI esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V lkB izos’kks rd ds fy, 50 O;fDRk;ksa ds
cSBuss rFkk bDlB ls lkS izos’kks gsrq 80 O;fDRk;ksa dss cSBus dh {kerk rFkk LVkWQ gksA
¼v½ vuqlwph III esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V ,d iw.kZr% fodflr vkS"k/kh; ikS/kksa dk cxhpkA
¼vi½ vuqlwph I ls VII eas ;Fkk fofufnZ"V iw.kZ fdz;kRed iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk vkS"k/k ijh{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr vkS"k/k’kkykA
¼vii½ fpfdRlky; esa vkS"kf/k;ksa] ijkfpfdRlk LVkWQ] fpfdRld rFkk vkikrdky izcU/ku ds lkFk pkSchl ?kaVs dh fpfdRlk lsokvksa dh
fuf’pr miyC/krkA
¼viii½ f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn }kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r
ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyst ds LVkWQ rFkk fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r
mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk vfuok;Z gSA
¼2½ ¼d½ fdlh u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk djus rFkk Nk=ksa dks izos’k nsus dh vuqefr izkjEHk esa ,d o"kZ dh vof/k ds fy, iznku dh
tk;sxh rFkk vuqefr dh vof/k okf"kZd vk/kkj ij mi fofu;e ¼1½ esa ;Fkk fofufnZ"V okf"kZd y{;ksa dh miyfC/k dh tkap dh 'krZ ij
c<+k;h tk;sxhA
¼[k½ ;g dkWyst dk mRrjnkf;Ro gksxk fd og vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus ds mn~ns’; gsrq izkjfEHkd vuqefr dh vof/k lekIr gksus ls N%
ekg iwoZ dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ esa vkosnu djsA
¼x½ vuqefr dh vof/k c<+k;s tkus dh ;g izfdz;k izFke cSp ds lekiu gsrq u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk ds iw.kZ gksus rd tkjh
jgsxhA
¼3½ u;s fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dh LFkkiuk] v/;;u dk u;k vFkok mPprj ikB~;dze ;k izf’k{k.k izkjEHk djuk rFkk fpfdRlk
egkfo|ky; }kjk izos’k {kerk esa o`f) djus gsrq Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk dsUnzh; ifj"kn~ vf/kfu;e 1970 dh /kkjk 13 d ds v/khu
vkosnu djus okys O;fDr vFkok fpfdRlk egkfo|ky; dks f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr rFkk lh-vkj-lh- ¼dsUnzh; ifj"kn
}kjk tkjh dsUnzh; iathdj.k izek.ki=½ ls fyad dEI;wVjhd`r ckW;ksesfVªd mifLFkfr iz.kkyh rFkk xSj f’k{k.k dkWyts ds LVkWQ rFkk
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 175
fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ gsrq osc vk/kkfjr dEI;wVjhd`r mifLFkfr iz.kkyh j[kuk rFkk vLirky ds ckg~; jksxh foHkkx ,oa var%
jksxh foHkkx esa jksfx;ksa ds vfHkys[k ds j[kj[kko gsrq osc fyad dEI;wVjhd`r dsUnzh; iathdj.k iz.kkyh j[kuk vko’;d gSA ftu
vkosndks us o"kZ 2015 esa vkosnu fd;k Fkk] muds fy, vk’k; i= tkjh djus gsrq bu vko’;drkvksa ij fopkj ugha fd;k
tk,sxk ijarq mUgsa ’kSf{kd l= 2016&17 gsrq vuqefr i= tkjh fd;s tkus ls iwoZ bu vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djuk gksxkA
11-
11- midj.k] ;U=&lewg bR;kfn dh lwph& Nk=ksa ds fy, f’k{k.k rFkk izf’k{k.k lkexzh ds mfpr izko/kku lqfuf’pr djus gsrq] dkWyst tSlk fd
vuqlwph&VII ds vUrxZr fofufnZ"V gS] dkWyst ds f’k{k.k foHkkx] fpfdRlky;] iz;ksx’kkyk,a rFkk 'kofoPNsnu d{k] iqLrdky;] vkS"k/k’kkyk
rFkk vU; bdkbZ;ksa esa visf{kr i;kZIr la[;k esa midj.k ;a=&lewg bR;kfn dk U;wure 90 izfr’kr vius vf/kdkj esa j[ksxkA
12 ;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa esa vuqefr izfdz;k ds iw.kZ gksus dh frfFk
frfFk rFkk izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk&
¼1½ ;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k ysus gsrq ;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa dks vuqefr iznku djus vFkok iznku uk djus dh izfdz;k izR;sd ’kSf{kd l= dh 31
tqykbZ rd iw.kZ dj yh tk,xhA
¼2½ ;wukuh egkfo|ky;ksa esa izos’k gsrq dV vkWQ frfFk
frfFk izR;sd ’kSf{kd l= dh 30 flarcj gksxhA
vuqlwph&I
h&
¼ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ½
;wukuh egkfo|ky; ds layXu fpfdRlky; dh vis{kk,a
dze la[;k fooj.k fufeZr {ks= ¼oxZehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa ds izos’k rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa ds izos’k
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
I. fpfdRlky; ds Hkou dk dqy fufeZr {ks= 2]000 3500
II. fpfdRlky; iz’kklfud [k.M 100 150
1. v/kh{kd d{k
2. mi v/kh{kd d{k
3. fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh dk d{k ¼ nks vkoklh; fpfdRlk
vf/kdkjh vFkok vkoklh; 'kY; vf/kdkjh gsrq ½
4. eSVªu d{k
5. lgk;d eSVªd d{k ¼ nks ds fy,½
6. Lokxr iVy rFkk iath;u
III. ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ¼vks-ih-ih-Mh-
Mh-½ 300 470
1. eqvkykktkr ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ok’kcsflu lfgr
2. tjkgr] ,su&mT+u&vUQ ok gy+d] ok vluku ckâ; jksxh
foHkkx dks lfEefyr djrs gq, ok’kcsflu rFkk ijh{kk d{k
lfgrA
3. dckyr ok&vejkts fuLoka ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ’kkSpky;
o ijh{kk d{k lfgrA
4. vejkts vRQky ckâ; jksxh foHkkx izlk/ku d{k lfgrA
5. vejkt+s ftYn ok r+kft;ur ckâ; jksxh foHkkx
ok’kcsflu lfgr
6. rgQqth ok lkekth frc ckâ; jksxh foHkkx ok’kcsflu
lfgrA
7. ejge iV~Vh ,oa izkFkfed fpfdRlk d{kA
8. vkS"k/kky;A
9. jksfx;ksa ds fy, izrh{kk LFky
10. Hk.Mkj
11. jksfx;ksa rFkk LVkWQ ds fy;s iq:"k ,oa efgyk ds vyx&vyx
izlk/ku d{k
IV vUrjax jksxh foHkkx ¼vkbZ-ih-ih-Mh-
Mh-½ 900 1650
1. Eqkvkyktkr bykt fcr rn~chj iq:"k okMZ layXu izlk/ku
d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
2. Eqkvkyktkr bykt fcr rn~chj efgyk okMZ layXu izlk/ku
d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
176 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

3. Tkjkgr ,oa ,su&mT+u&vUQ gyd o vluku iq:"k okMZ


layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
4. Tkjkgr ,oa ,su&mT+u&vUQ gyd o vluku efgyk okMZ
layXu izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
5. dckyr ok vejkts ,& fuLoka vrQky okMZ layXu izlk/ku
d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
6. izR;sd foHkkx ds fy;s ,d fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu
izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
7. izR;sd okMZ esa ,d ifjp;kZ LVkWQ M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku
d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr
8. Ykhuu bR;kfn ds fy;s Hk.Mkj x`g
V. 'kY;deZ d{k [k.M 150 250
1. 'kY;deZ d{k eq[;] y?kq ,oa ’kkYkkD; izfdz;k,a
2. izlk/ku d{k ,oa Lukux`g lfgr izlwfr d{k
3. uotkr f’k’kq vuqj{k.k d{k
4. dsUnzh; thok.kquk’ku@vkVksDyso
5. Ldzc d{k
6. nks iqu%’psruk d{k
7. fpfdRldksa dk M~;wVh d{k layXu izlk/ku ,oa Lukukx`g
lfgr
8. izf’k{kq@x`g vf/kdkjh@ vkoklh; fpfdRldksa dk d{k layXu
izlk/ku rFkk Lukukx`g lfgr
9. ifjp;kZ d{k layXu izlk/ku rFkk Lukux`g lfgr
VI bykt fcr rn~chj [k.M 275 500
1. geke
2. nyd
3. fj;ktr
4. Qln
5. dbZ
6. vyd fgtker vkfn
7. bykt fcr rn~chj fpfdRld d{k
8. bykt fcr rn~chj Hk.Mkj x`g
9. fQft;ksFkSjsih d{k
VII uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk% 100 150
fod`fr foKku] tSo jlk;u rFkk lw{e tho&foKku gsrq i`Fkd
foHkkxksa lfgr lqlfTtr rFkk foLr`r {ks=A ew= uewus ,d=
djus gsrq ;gka layXu izlk/ku gksaxAs bZ-lh-th- bR;kfn ds
fy;s vU; uSnkfud lqfo/kk,a miyC/k djk;s tk;saxsA
VIII fofdj.k&fpfdRlk&foKku vFkok lksuksxzkQh vuqHkkx%& 50 100
fofdj.kfoKkuh d{k] ,Dl&js d{k] MkdZ :e] fQYe MªkbZ
d{k] Hk.Mkj d{k] ;w-,l-th- d{k] jksxh izrh{kk ,oa izlk/ku
d{k] Lokxr&iVy vFkok iath;u vFkok fjiksVZ d{kA
IX fpfdRlky;
fpfdRlky; dh ikB’kkyk rFkk dSUVhu% 100 150
X Hk.Mkj 25 50
dqy 2]000 3]500
fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V fofHkUu ?kVdksa ds chp izfoHkkftr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq layXu fpfdRlky; dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 5
ij mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
2- bDlB ls lkS Nk=ksa dh okf"kZd izos’k {kerk ds ,d ;wukuh dkWyst ds layXu vLirky dh fufeZr {ks= dh vko’;drk dk fo?kVu fofu;e
5 ij mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj {ks= dh dqy vko’;drk dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, mlds vuq:i c<+k;k tk;sxkA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 177
3- ckg; jksxh foHkkx lfgr layXu ’kkSpky; dh vko’;drk fnukad 19 Qjojh] 2013 ds Ik’pkr~ LFkkfir egkfo|ky;ksa gsrq ykxw gSA
4- l’kZr vuqefr gsrq fofu;e V ess ;Fkk fofuZfn"V ,d {ks= ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky; ds layXu vlirky dk dqy fufeZr {ks= $ & 20
izfr’kr essa fHkUu gks ldrk gSA
vuqlwph&II
h&
¼fofu;e 3] fofu;e 4] fofu;e 5 fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa 11 ns[ksa½
;wukuh dkWyst dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k fIyUFk Lrj ij fufeZr {ks=
¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa ds izos’k 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa ds
rd izos’k gsrq
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
dkWyst dh bekjr dk dqy fufeZr {ks= 2,000 4,000
1. iz'kklfud vuqHkkx%& dkWyst ds iz'kklfud vuqHkkx esa izkpk;Z d{k] futh lgk;d 150 300
d{k] Lokxr d{k] LVkWQ lfefr d{k] fyfid d{k] uxnh ,oa ys[kk vuqHkkx]
vfHkys[k d{k] dsUnzh; Hk.Mkj ,oa iq:"k ,oa efgykvksa ds fy, vyx iz’kk/ku d{kA
2. O;k[;ku gky% lkB Nk=ksa ds fy, ikap O;k[;ku gky ,oa bdlB ls lkS Nk=ksa ls 400 800
vf/kd ds fy, nl O;k[;ku gky] izR;sd vLlh oxZ ehVj {ks= ds gksxsa] ftuesa
fctyh vkiwfrZ] JO;&n`’; f’k{k.k lgk;d ;a=] ia[ks@dwyj rFkk vf/kekur% fFk;sVj
ds izdkj dk vkjkenk;d :i ls cSBus dk izcU/k gksxkA izR;sd ry ij ckyd ,oa
ckfydkvksa ds fy, izlk/ku d{kksa dk fuekZ.k djk;k tk;sxkA
3. fopkj xks"Bh vFkok lEesyu vFkok ijh{kk gkWy% cSBdksa] fopkj xksf"B;ksa] lEesyuksa] 150 300
laxks"Bh] ijh{kk] ea=.kk bR;kfn ds fy, dkWyst ds ifjlj esa ,d o`gr gkWy miyC/k
gksxk ftlesa pkj lkS ls ikap lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk gksxhA gkWy esa fctyh
rFkk cSBus dk izcU/k rFkk n`JO;&n`’; i)fr dh i;kZIr lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA
4. dsUnzh; iqLrdky;% dsUnzh; iqLrdky; esa lkB dh izos’k {kerk rd de ls de 100 200
iPpkl O;fDr;ksa RkFkk lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq vLlh O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus dh {kerk
'ksYQ vFkok vYekfj;ksa dh i;kZIr la[;k] LVkWd j[kus gsrq i;kZIr LFkku] f’k{kdksa ds
fy, i`Fkd okpuky;] iqLrdk/;{k dk d{k] fizUVj ,oa bUVjusV dh lqfo/kk lfgr
QksVksdkWihvj vFkok fofM;ks :e dEI;wVj gksxkA iqLrdky; esa izdk’k dk mfpr
izcU/k] ia[ks@dwyj] is; ty dk izcU/k rFkk izlk/ku lqfo/kk,a gksaxhA Nk=ksa ds izFke
izos’k ds le; iqLrdky; esa vk;qosZn] vk/kqfud fpfdRlk rFkk leoxhZ foKku ds
fofHkUu 'kh"kZdksa dh nks gtkj ikap lkS iqLrdsa gksaxhA Nk=ksa ds f}rh; rFkk r`rh; cSapksa
ds izos’k ls iwoZ iqLrdksa dh la[;k dze’k% ikap gtkj rFkk lkr gtkj ikap lkS rd
c<+kbZ tk;saxhA ikap o"kZ vFkok vf/kd ds fy, fo|eku egkfo|ky; nl gtkj iqLrdsa
j[ksxkA
5. f’k{k.k foHkkx% pkSng f’k{k.k foHkkx gksaxsa ftuesa ls izR;sd ds lkFk f’k{kdksa ds fy, dqy 1200 oxZehVj dqy 2400 oxZehVj
¼izk/;kid rFkk foHkkxk/;{k gsrq iPphl oxZehVj] lg&vkpk;ksZ vFkok O;k[;krk gsrq rFkk fo?kVu fuEuor~ rFkk fo?kVu fuEuor~
fuEuor~
iUnzg oxZehVj½] ,d NksVk foHkkxh; iqLrdky; ¼iPphl oxZehVj½] ,d NksVk gksxk% gksxk%
dk;kZy; ¼iUnzg oxZehVj½] xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ gsrq dk;Z LFkku ¼iUnzg oxZehVj½ rFkk
fof’k"V foHkkx dh vko’;drkuqlkj ,d laxzgky; vFkok iz;ksx’kkyk vFkok 'koPNsnu
gkWy vFkok f’k{kdh; d{k@foHkkx ds vk/kkj ij {ks= dh vko’;drk fuEuor~ gksxh%&
(i) Dqyh;kr foHkkx] rFkk blds vfrfjDr foHkkxh; iqLrdky; o f’k{kdh; d{k 50 100
(ii) Rk’kjhg my&cnu foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr ,d goknkj 'koPNsnu gkWy ¼,XtkWLV 125 250
QsUl rFkk fo"ks’kdj ,;j dUMh’kUl }kjk goknkj½] i;kZIr ykWdjksa rFkk okl&csflu
lfgr Nk=ksa ds fy, ,d d{k] pkj 'ko gsrq ,d Hk.Mkj.k VSad vFkok iz’khrr
¼Qhztj½ lfgr ,d 'ko dk laysiu djus gsrq d{k rFkk oSdfYid ekbdzks ,sukWVeh
iz;ksx’kkyk lfgr jpuk 'kjhj laxzgky;;
(iii) equkQqyktk foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr tSo jlk;u ijh{k.k gsrq oSdfYid lqfo/kk 75 150
lfgr fdz;k 'kkjhj ¼Qhft;ksykWth½ iz;ksx’kkyk;
(iv) byeqy vnfo;k foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr ouLifr&laxzgky; o nzO;xq.k laxzgky; 100 200
rFkk QkekZdksXukslh rFkk QkekZDykWth iz;ksx’kkyk,a;
178 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

(v) lSnyk foHkkx ds lkFk f’k{k.k vkS"k/kky; 75 150


(vi) rgQqth o lekth frCc foHkkx laxzkgy; lfgr 75 150
(vii) Ekfgrqy vejkt foHkkx rFkk blds vfrfjDr iSFkyksth iz;ksx’kkyk lfgr 50 100
(viii) Ekqvkyktkr foHkkx 75 150
(ix) bykt fcn rnchj foHkkx 50 100
(x) Tkjkgr foHkkx rFkk laxzkgy; o f’k{kdh; d{k 75 150
(xi) vejkts ,su&mT+u vuQ o gyd foHkkx rFkk laxzkgy; o f’k{kdh; d{k 75 150
(xii) vejkts fuLoka o dckyr foHkkx rFkk laxzkgy; o f’k{kdh; d{k 75 150
(xiii) vejkts vrQky foHkkx rFkk laxzkgy; o f’k{kdh; d{k 50 100
(xiv) vejkt+s ftYn o rt+hfu;r foHkkx rFkk f”k{kdh; d{k 50 100
* fVIi.kh& lHkh iz;ksx”kkykvksa dh dk;Z djus dh estsa dBksj iRFkj
vFkok LVsuysl LVhy dh gksuh pkfg;s rFkk 'ksYQ rFkk ok”kcsflu esa
rkts ikuh ds uy dh mfpr O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg,A
6. f’k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk vkS"kf/k xq.koRrk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk% dkWyst esa fofHkUu izdkj 100 200
dh ;wukuh dh vkS"kf/k;ka rS;kj djus gsrq mfpr izf’k{k.k lqfo/kkvksa lfgr ,d f’k{k.k
vkS"k/k’kkyk] ,d dPph&vkS"k/k dk Hk.Mkjx`g rFkk bugkml & vkS"k/k ,dhdj.k gksxkA
7. lkekU; d{k% cSBus ds i;kZIr izcU/k ,oa LFkku lfgr ckyd rFkk ckfydkvksa gsrq 50 100
i`Fkd i`Fkd d{k miyC/k gksxsaA
8. dSUVhu% dkWyst ifjlj esa yxHkx lkS O;fDr;ksa ds cSBus ds izcU/k lfgr dSUVhu dh 50 100
lqfo/kk miyC/k gksxhA
dqy 2000 4000
fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V fofHkUu ?kVdksa ds chp izfoHkkftr {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d ;wukuh dkWyst dk dqy {ks=
fofu;e 5 ij mfYyf[kr {ks= ds vuqlkj gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’kZr vuqefr gsrq] fofu;e V ess ;Fkk fofuZfn"V ,d {ks= ds vuqlkj egkfo|ky; ds layXu vlirky dk dqy fufeZr {ks= $ &
20 izfr’kr essa fHkUu gks ldrk gSA

vuqlwph&III
h&
[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ks]a
,d ;wukuh dkWyst dh leoxhZ vk/kkjHkwr lajpuk dh vko’;drk,a
dze la- fooj.k {ks=
¼oxZ ehVj esa½
60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½ ¼4½
1- oukS"kf/k m|ku% 250 iztkfr;ksa ds oukS"kf/k ikS/kksa 2500 4000
rFkk iPphl ls ipkl oxZehVj {ks= dk ,d
izn’kZu d{k lfgr HkyhHkk¡fr fodflr ,d vkS"k/kh;
ikS/kksa dk cxhpk dkWyst esa fo|eku gksxkA

fVIi.kh%
1- mDr fufnZ"V {ks= ± 20% esa fHkUu gks ldrk gS ijUrq ,d vk;qosZn egkfo|ky; dk dqy {ks= fofu;e 4 ij fofufnZ"V {ks= ds vuqlkj
gksuk pkfg,A
2- l’kZr vuqefr gsrq] vkS"k/kh; ikS/kksa dh U;wure ,d lkS iPpkl iztkfr;ka vko’;d gksaxhA
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 179

vuqlwph&IV
h&
[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 5] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7 fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ks]a
;wukuh dkWyst fpfdRlky;
fpfdRlky; ds LVkWQ dh vko’;drk,a
dze la[;k in Ikk=rk
¼1½ ¼2½ ¼3½
1- fpfdRlky; v/kh{kd 1- fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds in gsrq in vf/kdkjh ds vgZrk izkQ s slj
in dh vgZrk ls de ugha gksxkA
vFkok
2- iz/kkukpk;Z vFkok vf/k"Bkrk fpfdRlk v/kh{kd ds :i esa insu
dk;Z dj ldrs gSA rFkkfi ;fn fpfdRld v/kh{kd dk in
igys ls gh vfLrRo esa gS rks ;g tkjh jgsxkA
2 mi fpfdRlk v/kh{kd 1- vgZrk uSnkfud fo"k; esa LukrdksRrj mikf/k rFkk ch-;w-,e-,l-vFkok
nl o"kksZa ds uSnkfud vuqHko lfgr ch-;w-,e-,l- gksxhA
2- f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vfrfjDr iw.kZ dkfyd fu;fer in/kkjhA
3 ijke'kZnkrk 1- uSnkfud foHkkx ds f’k{kd
4 vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh vFkok vkoklh; 05 ¼01 eqvkystkr] 02 fuLoka o dckyr] 01 tjkgr esa rFkk
'kY; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh ¼vkj-,e-vks ;k 01 vejkt&,&vrQky esa½
vkj-,l-vks ;k ,e-vks-;k lh-vkj-½ vgZrk % vgZrk ch-;w-,e-,l-gksxhA
5 eSVªu ;k ifjp;kZ v/kh{kd 01
6 var% jksxh foHkkx gsrq LVkWQ ifjpkfjdk,a izfr 10 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, 1
7 okMZ vuqdehZ vFkok vk;k izfr 20 'kS¸;kvksa ds fy, 1
8 Hks"ktK ¼QkekZflLV½ 02
9 Mªslj 02
10 Hk.Mkjiky 01
11 dk;kZy; LVkWQ ¼iath;u] vfHkys[k vuqj{k.k] 02
MkVk ,UVªh bR;kfn½
12 MkdZ :e ifjpj 01
vk/kqfud fpfdRlk LVkWQ
13 fpfdRlk fo’ks"kK 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
14 'kY; fo’ks"kK 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
15 izlwfr rFkk L=hjksx foKkuh 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
16 fod`frfoKkuh 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
17 laKkgj.k foKkuh 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
18 us= foKkuh 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
19 cky ¼jksx½ fpfdRld 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
20 fofdj.kfoKkuh 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
21 nar fpfdRlk 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
22 fQtks;ksFkjsfiLV 01 va’kdkfyd@lafonk ij
23 ,Dl&js rduhf’k;u vFkok fofdj.k fp=d 01
ckâ; jksxh foHkkx rFkk vUr% jksxh foHkkx gsrq bykt fcr rnchj fpfdRlk foKku vuqHkkx ds fy, LVkWQ
24 bykt fcr rnchj fo’ks"kK bykt fcr rnchj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds f’k{kd
25 x`g vf/kdkjh vFkok uSnkfud jftLVªkj vFkok ofj"B 01
vkoklh; fpfdRld ¼;wukuh½
26 bykt fcr rnchj ifjpkfjdk 01 ¼dze la[;k 6 ij fufnZ"V ifjpkfjdk ds vfrfjDr½
27 bykt fcr rnchj lgk;d 01 iq:"k rFkk 01 efgyk
28 Ekkfy’kdrkZ 01 iq:"k rFkk 01 efgyk
¼tjkgr½ d{k ,oa {kkjlw= fpfdRlk&foKku
fpfdRlk&foKku vuqHkkx dk LVkWQ
29 tjkgr fo’ks"kK bYeqy tjkgr foHkkx ds f’k{kd
30 'kY;deZ d{k ifjpj 01
180 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

31 MSlj 01
32 ifjpkfjdk,a 01 ¼;s ifjpkfjdk,a dze la[;k 6 ij fufnZ"V ifjpkfjdkvksa ds
vfrfjDr gksaxhA½
izlo d{k
33 dckyr o vejkt+s fuLoka fo'ks"kK dckyr o vejkt+s fuLoka foHkkx ds f”k{kd
34 feMokbQ 01
uSnkfud iz;ksx’kkyk
35 fod`frfoKkuh vFkok lw{ethofoKkuh 01
36 iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u 02
37 pijklh vFkok ifjpj 02
f'k{k.k vkS"k/k’kkyk rFkk xq.krk&ijh{k.k iz;ksx’kkyk
38 vkS"k/k'kkyk izHkkjh ¼bYeqy vnfo;k ok lSnyk 01
ds f'k{kd½
39 pijklh vFkok ifjpj 01
40 dkexkj 02¼vko’;drk ds vk/kkj ij vf/kd la[;k½
41 fo'ys"k.k jlk;uK ¼va’kdkfyd½ 01 ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr miyC/k iz;ksx’kkyk
rduhf’k;u½
42 Hks"kt vfHkKkuh ¼va’kdkfyd½ 01 ¼foHkkx esa xSj f’k{k.k LVkWQ ds vUrxZr miyC/k iz;ksx’kkyk
rduhf’k;u½
dqy% mi;qDrZ ds vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds 57 ds oftZr fd, x, f’k{kd
1- lkB ’k¸;kvkssa ds vLirky gsrq mi;qDrZ ds vuqlkj f’k{k.k foHkkx ds 71 ds oftZr fd, x, f’k{kd
2- lkS ’k¸;kvkssa ds vLirky gsrq
fVIi.kh%
fVIi.kh%
1- lkB ls vf/kd 'kS¸;kvksa okys fpfdRlky; gsrq vkoklh; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] vkoklh; 'kY; fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh] lgk;d esVªu rFkk
Hks"ktK ds :i esa izR;sd ds fy, nks in/kkfj;ksa dh vfrfjDr vko’;drk gksxhA
2- fpfdRlky; esa lqj{kk] flfoy rFkk fo|qr] lQkbZ dk izcU/k] nSfud vkgkj rFkk dsUVhu] /kqykbZ&?kj rFkk vif’k"V HkLehdj.k rFkk Qsdus
;k u"V djus dh lqfo/kkvksa ds i;kZIr izko/kku gksaxsA
3- vfuok;Z M~;wVh LVkWQ rFkk lsok,a pkSchl ?kaVs miyC/k gksaxhA
4- xSj rduhfd LVkWQ tSls pijklh] ifjpj] lQkbZokyk] cfg%L=ksru }kjk izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA
5- l’kZr vuqefr gsrq] vfuok;Z fpfdR;ky; ds 80 izfr’kr dh vok’;drk gksxhA
vuqlwph&V
h&
[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7 ]fofu;e 8 ] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ks]a
;wukuh dkWyst f’k{k.k LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- f’k{k.k foHkkx f’k{k.k LVkWQ dh vko’;drk
¼1½ ¼2½ 60 Nk=ksa rd 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa rd
¼3½ ¼4½
izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk izk/;kid izokpd O;k[;krk
(1) dqfYy;kr 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(2) r”kjhgqy cnu 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(3) equkQqy vkt+k 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(4) bYeqy vnfo;k 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(5) bYeqy lSnyk 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(6) Ekkfg;krqy vejkt+ 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(7) rg¶Qqt+h o lekth 1 vFkok 1 2 1 1 2
frCc
(8) eqvkyktkr 1 vFkok 1 2 1 1 2
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 181
(9) fuLoka o dckyr 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 2
(10) bYeqy vrQky 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1 (10)
(11) tjkgr 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
(12) ,su&mT+u&vUQ+& 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
gyd+ o vluku
(13) vejktsa ftYn o 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
rt+hfu;r
(14) bykt fcn rnchj 1 vFkok 1 1 1 1 1
14 16 14 14 17
dqy 30 45

fVIi.kh%
1 mDr ds vfrfjDr vuqlwph &IV & ¼dze la[;k 13 ls 21½ ij fufnZ"V vjch dk ,d f’k{kd ¼vjch Hkk"kk rFkk eaVhd &vks& QYlQk ds
fy, f’k{k.k gsrq½] lEizs{k.k dkS’ky ds f’k{k.k gsrq ,d f’k{k.k rFkk vk/kqfud fpfdRlk ds vkB ijke’kZnkrk f’k{k.k gsrq va’kdkfyd
kdkfyd vk/kkj
ij fofu;ksftr fd;s tk;saxsA
2 vaddkfyd f’k{kdks
f’k{kdksa dh vko’;drk fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr gsrq mi;qDrZ fcUnw 1 esa ;Fkk mfYyf[kr U;wure
dksbZ ikWap gksxhA
3 lkB rd dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdksa dh deh izR;sd pkSng foHkkxksa eas U;wure ,d f’k{kd dh miyC/krk lfgr dqy vko’;dkr ds nl
izfr’kr ls vfr/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;k U;wure X;kjg foHkkxksa eas forjhr ckjg v/;kidksa vFkok Ikzokpdksa ls de
ugh gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k ysus dh l’krZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkgj.k &Lo:Ik & lkB rd dh izos’k
{kerk j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure lrkbZl ladk; j[kus gksaxs] ftuesa ls U;wure X;kjg foHkkxksa ls U;wure ckjg izk/;kid
vFkok izokpd gksaxsA
4 bDlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk gsrq f’k{kdks dh deh izR;sd pkSng foHkkxksa esa U;wure ,d mPp ladk; rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh
miyC/krk lfgr dqy f’k{kdkas ds chl izfr’kr rFkk dqy vko’;drk ds nl izfr’kr ls vf/kd ugha gksxhA mPp ladk; dh dqy la[;kk
mUuhl ds de ugha gksxhA ;g NwV fof’k"V ’kSf{kd l= gsrq izos’k eaas ysus dh l’kRkZ vuqefr izkIr djus gsrq gSA mnkg.k &Lo:Ik &
bDlB ls lkS lhVksa dh izos’k {kerk j[kus okys egkfo|ky;ksa dks dqy U;wure pkyhl ladk; j[kus gkasxs] ftues ls lHkh pkSng foHkkxks ls
Uw;ure mUuhl izk/;kid vFkok izokpd gksaxsA
5 foHkkx esa tgkWa dgha vfrfjDr iz/;kid vFkok izokpd miyC/k gS] vfrfjDr iz/;kidksa ij izokpd vFkok O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq
fopkj fd;k tk,xk rFkk vfrfjDr izokpd ij O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq fopkj fd;k tk,xkA mnkgj.k &Lo:Ik & bDlB ls lkS
Lukrdh; lhVksa dh izos’k {kek okys egkfo|ky;ksa eas dqyh;kr foHkkx esa ,d iz/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;krk dh vko’;drk gsrq
;fn ogkWa rhu iz/;kid vFkok ,d iz/;kid rFkk nks izokpd vFkok ,d iz/;kid] ,d izokpd rFkk ,d O;k[;k gS] rks egkfo|ky; bl
foHkkx eas ladk; dh vko’;drk dh iwrhZ dj jgk gS rFkk bl foHkkx esa ladk; dh dksbZ deh ugha gSA
6 frCcs dkuquh ok bYyeqy lewe foHkkx dks rgQqth ok lekth frCc foHkkx ds lkFk feyk fn;k x;k gSA
vuqlwph&VI
h&
[ fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6 fofu;e] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10] ,oa fofu;e 11 ns[ksa ]
;wukuh dkWyst ds rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ dk fooj.k
dza- la- foHkkx in vko’;drk
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1. iqLrdky; iqLrdky;k/;{k@ lgk;d iqLrdky;k/;{k 1
iqLrdky; ifjpj vFkok pijklh 1
2 dkWyst dk;kZy; iz'kklfud ,oa ys[kk lsokvksa gsrq fyfidh; LVkWQ 4
3. dqyh;r ifjpj 1
4. Rk”kjhgqy cnu iz;ksx'kkyk rduhf'k;u 1
laxzgky;iky 1
5. equkQqyvkt+k iz;ksx'kkyk rduhf'k;u 1
laxzgky;iky 1
182 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

6. byeqy vnfo;k iz;ksx”kkyk rduhf”k;u 1


laxzgy;iky 1
7. lSnyk noklkt@ HkS"kt’kkyk lgk;d 1
8. Ekfg;krqy vkejkt+ iz;ksx’kkyk rduhf’k;u 2
9 fuLoka ok dckyr
10 bYeqy vRQky ifjpj
11 rg¶Qqth ok lekth frCc
12. eqvkyktkr 2
13. tjkgr
14. vejkts+ ,su&mT+u&vUQ o gyd
15. bykt fcn rnchj
16. vejkt+s ftYn o rt+hfu;r
17. oukS"kf/k m|ku ekyh 1
cgq&mn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ 2
dqy 21
fVIi.kh%
1 lQkbZ deZpkjh] ifjpj] fy¶Vj] iz;ksx’kkyk lgk;d] MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj¼MhbZvks½] cgqmn~ns’kh; dk;ZdrkZ vuqca/k ds vk/kkj ij gks ldrk gSA
2 l’kZr vuqefr gsr]q miZ;qDr ds U;wure vLlh izfr’kr rduhdh rFkk vU; LVkWQ dh vko’;drk gksxhA
vuqlwph&VII
h&
[fofu;e 3] fofu;e 6] fofu;e 7] fofu;e 10 ,oa fofu;e 11 nsa[ksa]
¼d½ ’kofoPNsnu d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- ;a= ,oa midj.k 60 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
rd
vfuok;Z
1- 2&4 Óo j[kus gsrq VSad oxhZd`r
2- cksu ,oa czsu ds fy, lsD’kfuax oxhZd`r
e’khu
3- fMlsD’ku lsVl~ 15 lsVl~ 25 lsVl~
4- fMlsD’ku Vscy
d½ Qqy lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk 04 06
vFkok ekcZy Vki LVsuysl
[k½ gkQ lkbZt LVhy Vki ds lkFk 08 10
vFkok ekcZy Vki LVsuysl
lkekU;
5- ,Dl&js O;wbax ckDl vksj iSuy 03 03
fofo/k
6- cksu dVj ua- 3@4] 1@2] 1@4] oxhZd`r
1@8&QkbZu iokabZfVM psty cksu
fMLksDVj
7- fofHkUu eki ds dkap ds tkj oxhZd`r
8- laj{k.k gsrq jlk;u oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 183
¼[k½ fdz;k 'kkjhj iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k
dz-la- vfuok;Z midj.k ,oa ;a= 60 Nk=ksa dh 61 ls 100 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
{kerk gsrq
izos’k {kerk rd
vfuok;Z
1- ekbdzksLdksi fon vkW;y be’kZu 30 50
2- bZ-,l-vkj- gsrq oSLVjxzhu ihisV 60 100
3- ghekVksDVªhV V~;wc 60 100
4- Lkkgyh gheksXyksfcuksehVj 60 100
5- ghekslkbVksehVj 60 100
6- bySDVªkds kfMZ;ksxzkQ 01 01
7- LVkWi okp 60 100
8- okVj fMLVhys’ku fLVy 01 01
9- cSysalsl 01 01
10- LihM daVªksy lfgr LksUVªh¶;wt e’khu 03 06

11- dyjhehVj ¼QksVks bysfDVªd½ 03 06


12- ih-,p- ehVj bysfDVªd 01 01
13- fMLd lfgr ih-,p- dEiSjsVj 01 01
14- LQksXekseSuksehVj 30 50

15- LVsFksLdksi 60 100


16- Dyhfudy FkekZehVj 60 100
17- Ukh&gSej 60 100
18- V~;wfuax QksDlZ 60 100
19- LVsjsykbtj 05 05
lkekU;
20- jsQzhtjsVj 01 01
21- U;wVul dyj Oghy bu , cSp 01 01
fofo/k
22- doj fLyil] Xyklos;j] ekbdzksLykbMl oxhZd`r
¼x½ lSnyk iz;ksx'kkyk gsrq vko';d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fofoj.k
dz-la- vfuok;Z midj.k ,oa ;a= 60 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk 61&100 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
rd
vfuok;Z
1- [kYo ;a=
¼d½ NksVk 10 20
¼[k½ e/;e 10 20
¼x½ ikslsZysu 10 20
¼?k½ RkIrk [kYo ;a= 02 04
2- ikamfMax vikVZl ¼myq[kyk ;a=½ 10 20
3- iqVl ¼fofHkUu izdkj ds½ 05 10
4- dzwflcYl 30 50
5- fMLVhys'ku ,IjsVl] d+jk vfEcd] uy 03 06
Hkcdk bR;kfn tSlh ijaifjd i)fr;ksa dks
lfEefyr djrs gq,
lkekU;
6 osV xzkbZUMj 01 01
7 feDlh 01 01
8 Twkl ,DlVsªDVj 01 01
9 jsQzhtjsVj 01 01
184 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

10 Hk.Mkj.k gsrq vyekfj;ka ,oa jSDl oxhZd`r


11 csysal ¼fofHkUUk {kerk½
d½ fQftdy 01 01
½ dsfedy 01 01
12 ghfVax fMokbt
¼d½ xSl LVkso oxhZd`r
¼[k½ gkWV IysV oxhZd`r
¼x½ pwYgk ¼pkjdksy½ oxhZd`r
13 fcx oslYl ,.M dUVsuj

¼d½ czkl fefJr


¼[k½ dkWij fefJr
¼x½ LVhy bR;kfn fefJr
fofo/k
14 Tkkj ¼iksjlsyuS ½ QjeuVs’ku ds mn~ns’; ls oxhZd`r
15 busey Vªst oxhZd`r
16 LizhV ySEi oxhZd`r
17 isz'kj dqdj oxhZd`r
18 fofHkUu vkdkj ds oxhZd`r
estfjax bfDoiesUVl
19 ikbjksehVj oxhZd`r
20 FkekZehVj oxhZd`r
21 osly oxhZd`r
¼d½ Qzkbax isu oxhZd`r
¼[k½ LVhy osly oxhZd`r
¼x½ LiSVqyk oxhZd`r
¼?k½ ySMYl ,.M LiwUl oxhZd`r
¼M+½ ukbQ oxhZd`r
¼p½ IysVl oxhZd`r
¼N½ Lken’k ;a= ¼VksaXl½ oxhZd`r
¼t½ lhOl ¼oxhZd`r la[;k ,oa eki ds½ oxhZd`r

¼?k½ QkekZ
QkekZdksXukslh iz;ksx’kkyk ds fy, midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dza-la- midj.k ,oa ;U= 60 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk rd 61&100 Nk=ksa dh izos’k {kerk
vfuok;Z
1. QhYM eSfXuQk;j 01 01
2. dEikmUM ekbdzkLs dksi 01 01
3. fMlSfDVax ekbdzksLdksi 01 01
4. ekbdzksLdksi 15 25
5. bySfDVªksfud cSysUl 01 02
fofo/k
6. LykbM ckWDl doj fLyIl lfgr
7. CyksfVax@fQYVj isij oxhZd`r
8. fMlsD’ku ckWDl oxhZd`r
9. busey Vªs oxhZd`r
10. js;tsUVl oxhZd`r
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 185
¼d½ DyksjksQkeZ oxhZd`r
¼[k½ ,Ydksgy oxhZd`r
¼x½ gkbMªksDyksfjd ,flM oxhZd`r
¼?k½ lY¶;wfjd ,flM oxhZd`r
¼M+½ lksfM;e iksVsf’k;e gkbMªksDlkbM oxhZd`r
¼p½ cSfUMDV lksY;w’ku oxhZd`r
¼N½ lksfM;e ukbVªsV oxhZd`r
¼t½ iksVsf’k;e ukbVªsV oxhZd`r
¼>½ lkbfVªd ,flM oxhZd`r
¼´½ vk;ksfMu oxhZd`r
¼V½ bFkkby ,Ydksgy oxhZd`r
¼B½ iksVsf’k;e vk;ksMkbM oxhZd`r
¼M½ Tkk;yksy@’kq) tk;yhu¼LykbM rS;kj djus ds oxhZd`r
fy,½

¼M+½ ekfg;krqy vejkt++ iz;ksx’kkyk gsrq vko’;d midj.k vkSj ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k lkB dh izos’k {kerk rd bDlB ls lkS dh izos’k {kerk
vfuok;Z
1. ckbuksD;wyj ekbdzksLdksi 15 25
2. vkW;y beylu lfgr ekbdzksLdksi 15 25
3. beYlu vkWly lfgr ysaUl 20 ¼N½ lfgr 15
Ekksuksdqyj ekbdzksLdksi 25
4. ,Dl js O;w ckDl 01 01
5. LdS;j lkgyh V~;wc 30 50
6. ,p-ch- fiisV 30 50
7. MCY;w-ch-lh- fiisV 30 50
8. MªkWij 30 50
9. jSM lsy fiisV 30 50
10. bEizOw M U;ksckj pSEcj 30 50
11. bUD;wosVj 01 02
12. foUVªksc V~;wc 30 50
13. iSLV;ksj fiisV 30 50
14. lSfUVª¶;wt xzstq,VsM e’khu 01 02
15. oSLVjxzsu fiisV 30 50
16. oSLVjxzsu LVS.M 30 50
17. ;wfjuksehVj 30 50
18. vkVksDyso 01 01
19. vYVªkok;ysV ySEi 01 01
20. lSy dkmUVj ¼gheksvksVks,ukykbtj½ 01 01
21. ch-ih- ,izsVl 30 50
22. LVsFkLdkWi 30 50
23. FkekZehVj 30 50
24. Vax fMizSlj 30 50
25. LVkWi okp 30 50
186 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

lkekU;
26. fQftdy cSysUl 01 01
27. gkWV ,;j vksou 01 01
28. Ckulu cuZj 30 50
29. jsfQztjsVj 01 01
fofo/k
30. LVjykbTM oSflyl@ cksry uewus ,d= oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
djus gsrq
31. VkpZZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
32. uh gsej oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
33. eStfjax Vsi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
34. bZ-,u-Vh- ,Xtkfeus’ku lsV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
35. fjQySDVj ¼fejj½ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
36. osbax e’khu oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
37. V~;wfuax QkdZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
38. usty Lisdqye oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
39. ysfjtksLdksi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
40. dSFksVlZ oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
41. izksCl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
42. ,pch,l ,-th- fdV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
43. ,pvkbZoh fdV&VªkbZMksV ¼Vh fe=k ds rjhds oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
ls½
44. lhVh ,.M ch-Vh-fdV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
45. jhuy izkQ s kby] ,y ,Q Vh fdV] ykbfiM oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
izksQkby] CyM ’kqxj fdV
46. LVsjkby fMLikslscy ySUlj@uhfMy oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
47. Xykl jksM oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
48. flfjat uhfMy MsLVªks;j oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
49. doj fLyi oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
50. lkQ LykbM oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
51. fyVel isij oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
52. ih,p bfUMdsVj isij fLVªIl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
53. VsLV V~;wc oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
54. fofHkUu ekiksa dh i`Fkd djus gsrq Quy oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
55. fofHkUu vkdkj ds <Ddu lfgr dkap ds oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
tkj
56. dSfiyjh V~;wc oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
57. jcj 'khV oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
58. eSXuhQkbax ysal oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
59. OkkVj ckWFk oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
60. eYVh&fLVDl oxhZd`r oxhZd`r
¼p½ izlo d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;U=ksa dk fooj.k
dza-la- ;U= ,oa midj.k visf{kr ek=k
1- 'kSMksysl ySEi 01
2- lDlu e’khu ¼U;wusVy½ 01
¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 187
3- vkWDlhtu flfyMaj ,oa ekLd 01
4- QhVy Vksdks dkfMZ;ksxzkQ 01
5- jsfM,UV okeZj 01
6- QksVks FkSjsih ;wfuV 01
7- osbax e’khu ¼cPpksa dh½ 01
8- jksxh gsrq VªkWyh 02
9- ,ufLFkhfl;k VªkWyh 01
10- ,UQsUVksehVj 01
11- oSD;we ,DlVªSDVj 01
12- QhVy MkWiyj 01
13- ykW dSfoVh QkjlsIl 02
14- LVjykbtj 02
15- e’khuksVksl jcj 'khV oxhZd`r
16- izlo ,oa bihfl;ksVksuh ds fy, midj.k ¼lhtj] QksjlIl]
uhMy gksYMj bR;kfn½ oxhZd`r
17- csch Vªs 02
18- fucwykbtj 01
19- QhsVksLdksi 05
20- vkWVks Dyso 01
21- MªEl oxhZd`r
22- bULVªwesaVy VªkWyh oxhZd`r
23- vkWijs’ku Vscy flj mBkus o flj uhps 01
djus dh lqfo/kk lfgr
24- iYl vkWDlhehVj 01
25- fjlDlhflVs’ku fdV 01
26- ckW;yl ,izsVl 01
27- bySDVªksdkWVjh 01
28- ,eVhih lDlu e’khu 01
29- ,uLFkhfl;k fdV 01
30- CyUV ,.M 'kkiZ D;wjsVj 10
31- Mk;ysVj lSV ¼gSaxjl ,.M gkWfdUl½ 05
32- flEl LiSdqye 05
33- flLdksl LiSdqye 05
34- ,UVhfj;j oStkbuy oky fjVªd s V 05
35- ;wVjkbu lkmUM 05
36- oSyksLye 05
37- ,eVhih lDlu D;wjsV 05
38- fjVªSDVlZ ,CMksfeuy ¼Mksbu bR;kfn½ 05
39- Liat gkfYMax QksjlsIl 05
40- xzhu vehZfVt QkjlsIl 05
41- ;wVjl gksfYMax QkjlsIl 05
42- dksplZ QkWjlsIl 05
43- vkjVªh QkWjlsIl ¼yksax] 'kkWVZ] ekLD;wVks½ izR;sd 05
44- fofHkUu vkdkj dh dSaph 05
45- QkjlsIl vkCLVªsfVd 05
46- ,UMksVªfd;y V~;wc 05
47- dkMZ dkVus dk midj.k 05
48- vkbZ;wlhMh fjewfoax gqd 05
188 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4]

49- CySMj lkmUM 05


50- chih ,izSVl 02
fofo/k
51- vkikrdkyhu jksxh ds fy, ,p vkbZ oh fdV oxhZd`r
52- Iysu ,oa gksy VkWoy oxhZd`r
53- VkWoy fDyIl oxhZd`r
54- dVxVl ,oa FkzsM oxhZd`r
55- uhfMy oxhZd`r
56- uhfMy gksYMj oxhZd`r

¼N½ 'kY;deZ d{k gsrq vko’;d midj.k ,oa ;a=ksa dk fooj.k


dz-la- midj.k ,oa ;a= vko’;d ek=k
I tjkgr
vfuok;Z
1. LikWV ykbV ¼’kSMksySl lhfyax fQVsM½ 01
2. uhfMy gksfYMax QkjlSIl ¼cM+h NksVh e/;e vkdkj½ oxhZd`r
3. ,lksfVZM lkbt ds MªSflax Mªe oxhZd`r
4. Mªe LVS.M oxhZd`r
5. vkbZ-oh- LVS.M 02
6. phVYl QkWjlSIl 04
7. eksLdhVks QkWjlSIl 04
8. lh/kh dSaph ¼Vsyj½