Rural Postings for MBBS Doctors




Rural Postings for MBBS Doctors 

At present, in order to encourage the doctors working in remote and difficult areas, the Medical Council of India with the previous approval of Central Government, has amended the Post Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000 to provide :- 

I. 50% reservation in Post Graduate Diploma Courses for Medical Officers in the Government service, who have served for at least three years in remote and difficult areas; and 


II. Incentive at the rate of 10% the marks obtained for each year in service in remote or difficult are as upto the maximum of 30% of the marks obtained in the entrance test for admissions in Post Graduate Medical Courses. 

The proposal of Medical Council of India (MCI) to amend the Post Graduate Medical Education Regulations, which makes one year rural posting at a Public Health Centre (PHC) mandatory for a MBBS student to apply for admission in a PG course, is not yet notified. 

The Health Minister, Shri J P Nadda stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today. 
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Financial Assistance for Cancer Patients 

As per data provided by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the estimated number of patients (prevalence) and deaths (mortality) due to cancer in the country for the year 2011, 2012 and 2013, State-wise details are given below:-


Estimated Prevalent Cancer cases in India by State/UT -All sites- (2011 to 2014)- Both sexes
States
2011
2012
2013
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
868
880
894
Andhra Pradesh*
195466
202229
209366
Arunachal Pradesh
2991
3061
3132
Assam
67085
67820
68556
Bihar
239121
247647
256449
Chandigarh
2411
2470
2530
Chhattisgarh
58954
60936
62980
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
791
837
886
Daman & Diu
565
627
700
Delhi
38350
39196
40055
Goa
3348
3419
3494
Gujarat
138821
142885
147064
Haryana
58154
59729
61346
Himachal Pradesh
15758
16107
16462
Jammu & Kashmir
28857
29841
30855
Jharkhand
75966
78481
81070
Karnataka
140667
144385
148192
Kerala
77173
79473
82004
Lakshadweep
149
156
164
Madhya Pradesh
167084
172299
177649
Maharashtra
257871
263719
269652
Manipur
5802
5722
5649
Meghalaya
6390
6515
6639
Mizoram
2351
2390
2430
Nagaland
4264
4307
4353
Orissa
96488
98817
101190
Pondicherry
2885
3007
3132
Punjab
63467
64815
66182
Rajasthan
157749
162176
166706
Sikkim
1324
1384
1456
Tamil Nadu
165418
167533
169641
Tripura
7947
8198
8480
Uttar Pradesh
459036
473592
488554
Uttaranchal
23308
24027
24767
West Bengal
210075
215771
221635
Total
2776954
2854451
2934314

Prevalence (10 years of duration) is assumed to be 2.7 times of Incidence cases (2009-2011 PBCR report). This has been calculated from the estimated pooled survival (1 year, 3 year, 5 year) of the IARC scientific publication NO.162*
* The data is not segregated for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.


Estimated Mortality cancer cases in India by State / UT - All sites- (2011 to 2014) - Both sexes
States
2011
2012
2013
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
141
143
145
Andhra Pradesh*
31854
32956
34119
Arunachal Pradesh
487
499
510
Assam
10932
11052
11172
Bihar
38968
40357
41792
Chandigarh
393
403
413
Chhattisgarh
9607
9930
10263
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
129
136
144
Daman & Diu
92
102
114
Delhi
6250
6387
6529
Goa
546
557
569
Gujarat
22623
23285
23966
Haryana
9477
9734
9998
Himachal Pradesh
2568
2625
2683
Jammu & Kashmir
4703
4863
5028
Jharkhand
12380
12790
13211
Karnataka
22923
23529
24150
Kerala
12576
12951
13363
Lakshadweep
24
25
27
Madhya Pradesh
27229
28078
28951
Maharashtra
42023
42976
43943
Manipur
946
932
920
Meghalaya
1041
1062
1082
Mizoram
383
389
396
Nagaland
695
702
709
Orissa
15724
16103
16490
Pondicherry
470
490
510
Punjab
10343
10563
10785
Rajasthan
25707
26429
27168
Sikkim
216
226
237
Tamil Nadu
26957
27302
27645
Tripura
1295
1336
1382
Uttar Pradesh
74806
77178
79616
Uttaranchal
3798
3916
4037
West Bengal
34235
35163
36118
Total
452541
465169
478185

Based on Cancer incidence cases and Pooled M/I ratio of Mumbai data (2009-2011) report.

* The data is not segregated for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

The cost incurred for treating cancer including diagnosis, medicines, radiotherapy etc., inter-alia depends on the type of cancer, the site/location in the body, extent of spread, and the stage at which the disease is detected.

The number of doctors working in government sector having training in Oncology and number of government medical colleges in the country which have Oncology wards is not maintained centrally.

While doctors with D.M (Medical Oncology), M.Ch (Surgical Oncology) and M.D (Radiation Oncology) treat cancer patients in higher level tertiary care hospitals, Cancer is also being treated in hospitals by other doctors such as general surgeons, gynecologists, ENT surgeons etc., depending on the type and site of cancer.  In fact, cancer is being diagnosed and treated at various levels in the government health care system.

Government of India had assisted 27 regional cancer centers which have Oncology wards. 

Government of India has recently approved a scheme for enhancing the tertiary Care cancer facilities in the country. Under this scheme, GoI will assist 20 State Cancer Institutes (SCI) and 50 Tertiary Care Cancer Centres (TCCC) in different parts of the country.

Central Government is supplementing the efforts of the state governments for providing healthcare facilities including for cancer. The treatment in government hospitals is either free or subsidized. Financial assistance to Below Poverty Line (BPL) patients is provided under the Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi (RAN). The Health Minister’s Cancer Patient Fund within RAN has been set up in 2009 wherein 27 erstwhile Regional Cancer Centres (RCCs) are provided with revolving funds to provide immediate financial assistance upto Rs. 1,00,000/- to BPL cancer patients.

The Health Minister, Shri J P Nadda stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today.
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Comprehensive Guidelines on Passive Euthanasia 

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in its judgment dated 7.3.2011 [WP (Criminal) No. 115 of 2009], while dismissing the plea for mercy killing in a particular case, laid down comprehensive guidelines to process cases relating to “passive euthanasia”. Thereafter, the matter of mercy killing was examined in consultation with the Ministry of Law and Justice and it has been decided that since the Hon’ble Supreme Court has already laid down the guidelines, these should be followed and treated as law in such cases. At present, there is no proposal to enact legislation on this subject and the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court is binding on all. 

The Health Minister, Shri J P Nadda stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today. 
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National Ayush Mission (NAM) 

The Government of India has approved and notified National AYUSH Mission (NAM) as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme on 29.09.2014. The details of National AYUSH Mission and action plan prepared to implement the mission are given below:-


The Gazette of India

EXTRAORDINARY

Part II- Section 3- Sub-section (ii)

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

No. 2000]        NEW DELHI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2014/ASVINA 7, 1936

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE

(Department of AYUSH)

RESOLUTION

New Delhi, the 29th September, 2014

S. O. 2535 (E). - The Government has launched the National AYUSH Mission with the objectives of providing cost effective AYUSH Services, with a universal access through upgrading AYUSH Hospitals and Dispensaries, co-location of AYUSH facilities at Primary Health Centres (PHCs), Community Health Centres (CHCs) and District Hospitals (DHs),  strengthening  institutional capacity at the state level through upgrading AYUSH educational institutions, State Govt. ASU&H Pharmacies, Drug Testing Laboratories and ASU & H enforcement mechanism, supporting cultivation of medicinal plants by adopting Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) so as to provide sustained supply of quality raw-materials and support certification mechanism for quality standards, Good Agricultural/Collection/Storage Practices and supporting setting up of clusters through convergence of cultivation, warehousing, value addition and marketing and development of infrastructure for entrepreneurs.

2. The National AYUSH Mission encompasses core /essential activities on AYUSH Hospitals and Dispensaries services, development of AYUSH Educational Institutions covering under Graduate and Post Graduate educational institutes, ASU&H drugs quality control covering State Government ASU & HPharmacies, State Drugs Testing Laboratories, drugs control framework and promotion of Medicinal Plants.  The mission also has provision for 20% of financial resources for flexible components to be proposed by the State/UT Governments.

3. The resource allocation to the States/UTs is proposed on the basis of population, backwardness and performance of the State/UT. This will ensure a predictable and balanced allocation to the States taking into account equity, performance and backwardness.

4. At the Centre, Department of AYUSH would be responsible as the nodal Department for implementing National AYUSH Mission. The Mission will be steered by a National AYUSH Mission (NAM) Directorate, Chaired by Secretary, Department of AYUSH.

5. An Appraisal Committee Chaired by Joint Secretary in-charge of NAM will scrutinize the State Annual Action Plan (SAAP) before placing it before the National Mission for approval. Appraisal Committee shall consist of technical experts from various disciplines, concerned Director/ Deputy Secretary of NAM as well as in-charges of various components of the Mission.

6.  At the State level, the Mission will be governed and executed by a State AYUSH Society. The Governing Body shall be chaired by the Chief Secretary and Principal Secretary/Secretary I/c of AYUSH/ Health & F.W. of the concerned State will be the convenor. The Governing Body of the State AYUSH society will finalize the State Annual Action Plan (SAAP) after recommendations by the Executive Body. The Executive Body will be chaired by Principal Secretary/Secretary in charge of AYUSH/ Health & F.W. and Commissioner (AYUSH)/Director General (AYUSH)/Director Ayurveda, Unani, Homoeopathy, Siddha will be the member secretary of the Executive Body. The State AYUSH Mission will be supported by the State Mission Directorate, NRHM, State Medicinal Plant Board, Horticulture Department, State AYUSH Drug Licensing Authority, State AYUSH Medical Education Directorates, etc. so that all aspects of programme implementation including technical assessment of requirements, manpower provisioning, capacity building, drug procurement, monitoring and evaluation, etc. can be successfully met.

7. The Mission Directorate of National AYUSH Mission has been vested with adequate administrative and financial powers to enable it to achieve the objectives of the Mission.

[F. No. R. 14011/02/2014-H&D Cell]

  NILANJAN SANYAL, Secy.

 NATIONAL AYUSH MISSION (NAM)

1.                  Introduction:
Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has launched National AYUSH Mission (NAM) during 12th Plan for im­plementing through States/UTs. The basic objective of NAM is to promote AYUSH medical systems through cost effective AYUSH services, strengthening of educational systems, facilitate the enforcement of quality control of Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani & Homoeopathy (ASU &H) drugs and sustainable availability of ASU & H raw-materials. It envisages flexibility of implementation of the programmes which will lead to substantial participation of the State Governments/UT. The NAM contemplates establishment of a National Mission as well as corresponding Missions in the State level. NAM is likely to improve significantly the Department’s outreach in terms of planning, supervision and monitoring of the schemes.

2.                  Vision:
a.                   To provide cost effective and equitable AYUSH health care throughout the country by improving access to the services.

b.                  To revitalize and strengthen the AYUSH systems making them as prominent medical streams in addressing the health care of the society.

c.                   To improve educational institutions capable of imparting quality AYUSH AYUSH education

d.                  To promote the adoption of Quality standards of AYUSH drugs and making available the sustained supply of AYUSH raw-materials. 



3.                  Objectives:
a.                   To provide cost effective AYUSH Services, with a universal access through upgrading AYUSH Hospitals and Dispensaries, co-location of AYUSH facilities at Primary Health Centres (PHCs), Community Health Centres (CHCs) and District Hospitals (DHs).

b.                  To strengthen institutional capacity at the state level through upgrading AYUSH educational institutions, State Govt. ASU&H Pharmacies, Drug Testing Laboratories and ASU & H enforcement mechanism.

c.                   Support cultivation of medicinal plants by adopting Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) so as to provide sustained supply of quality raw-materials and support certification mechanism for quality standards, Good Agricultural/Collection/Storage Practices.

d.                  Support setting up of clusters through convergence of cultivation, warehousing, value addition and marketing and development of infrastructure for entrepreneurs.


4.                  Components of the Mission:


4.1       Mandatory Components



a.       AYUSH Services
b.      AYUSH Educational Institutions
c.       Quality Control of ASU &H Drugs
d.      Medicinal Plants


4.2      Flexible Components:-

4.2.1 Out of the total State envelop available, 20% funds will be earmarked for flexible funds which can be spent on any of the items given below with the stipulation that not more than 5% of the envelop is spent on any of the components:

a.          AYUSH Wellness Centres including Yoga & Naturopathy

b.         Tele-medicine

c.          Sports Medicine through AYUSH

d.         Innovations in AYUSH including Public Private Partnership

e.          Interest subsidy component for Private AYUSH educational Institutions

f.           Reimbursement of Testing charges

g.          IEC activities

h.          Research & Development in areas related to Medicinal Plants

i.            Voluntary certification scheme: Project based.

j.            Market Promotion, Market intelligence & buy back interventions

k.          Crop Insurance for Medicinal Plants



4.2.2 The financial assistance from Government of India shall be supplementary in the form of contractual engagements, infrastructure development, Capacity Building and supply of medicines to be provided from Department of AYUSH. This will ensure better implementation of the programme through effective co-ordination and monitoring. States shall ensure to make available all the regular manpower posts filled in the existing facilities. The procurement of medicines will be made by the States/UTs as per the existing guidelines of the scheme.

5.      Institutional Mechanism:

5.1  National Level:



5.1.1        Mission Directorate:
The Mission at National level will be governed by a National AYUSH Mission Directorate, constituted with following members.

           
SNo.
Designation
Status
1
Secretary (AYUSH)                                                           
Chairperson
2
AS & FA or his nominee
Member
3
A.S. & M.D., NRHM, Department of Health
Member
4
CEO, NMPB                                                                   
Member
5
Mission Director, Horticulture
Member
6
J.S. dealing with ASU &H drugs/Institutions       
Member
7
Drug Controller General of ASU & H Drugs / Sr. Technical officer dealing DCC
Member
8
Advisers of Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Siddha
Member
9
Joint Secretary in-charge of CSS-(will be ex-officio Mission Director of NAM)            
Member Secretary

5.1.2 Any other expert may be co-opted as deemed necessary with the approval of Chairperson. This committee shall be responsible for approving State Annual Action Plan (SAAP) based on recommendation of the appraisal committee.



5.1.3Appraisal Committee:
The Mission at National level will be facilitated by a National AYUSH Mission Appraisal Committee, constituted with following members.


SNo.
Designation
Status
1
Joint Secretary i/c of NAM                                                                        
Chairperson
2
J.S. dealing with ASU &H drugs/Institutions       
Member
3
CEO/Dy. CEO, NMPB                                                                   
Member
4
Mission Director, Horticulture or his representative
Member
5
Representative from NRHM, Deptt. of Health
Member
6
Representative of IFD
Member
7
Additional Drug Controller General of ASU & H Drugs / Sr. Technical officer dealing DCC
Member
8
Advisers/Joint Advisers/Dy. Advisers of Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Medicinal Plants                              
Member
9
Director/Dy. Secretary i/c of NAM
Member Secretary

5.1.4 Any other expert may be co-opted as deemed necessary with the approval of Chairperson. This committee shall be responsible for appraising the State Annual Action Plan (SAAP) and submit to the governing body for approval.



5.2  State Level:



The Mission at State level will be governed and executed by a State AYUSH Mission Society, constituted with following members.

5.2.1  Composition of Governing Body:


SNo
Designation
Status
1
Chief Secretary                                                                       
Chairperson
2
Principal Secretary/Secretary I/c of AYUSH/ (Health & F.W.)                
Member Secretary            
3
Principal Secretary/Secretary (AYUSH Medical Education)                   
Member
4
Principal Secretary (Finance)
Member
5
Principal Secretary (Planning)                      
Member
6
Principal Secretary Forests & Horticulture dealing with Medicinal Plants
Member
7
Mission Director, NRHM
Member
8
Commissioner(AYUSH)/Director General(AYUSH)/
Director Ayurveda, Unani, Homoeopathy, Siddha  
Member
9
Nodal Officer, State Medicinal Plants Board                                                                   
Member
10
State ASU &H Drug Licensing Authority                                            
Member

5.2.2 Any other expert may be co-opted as deemed necessary with the approval of Chairperson.

5.2.3Ordinary Business: Providing AYUSH System overview, review of AYUSH policy and programme implementations, inter-sectoral co-ordination, advocacy measures required to promote AYUSH visibility and approval of State Annual Action Plan (SAAP).

5.2.4  Composition of Executive Body:


SNo.
Designation
Status
1
Principal Secretary/Secretary I/c of AYUSH/ (Health & F.W.)                 
Chairperson
2
Principal Secretary/Secretary (AYUSH Medical Education)                   
Vice-Chairperson
3
Commissioner (AYUSH) /Director General (AYUSH)/Director-Ayurveda, Unani, Homoeopathy, Siddha  
Member Secretary
4
Mission Director, NRHM
Member
5
Representative of State Finance/Planning Department                      
Member
6
Representatives of Forest & Horticulture Department
Member
7
Nodal Officer, State Medicinal Plants Board                                                                   
Member
8
ASU &H State Licensing Authority                                            
Member
9
Senior Technical officers dealing with Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Siddha, Yoga and Naturopathy and Medicinal Plants                              
Member
10
State AYUSH Programme Manager
Member

5.2.5 Any other expert may be co-opted as deemed necessary with the approval of Chairperson

5.2.6Ordinary Business:

      Review of detailed expenditure and implementation of Mission, Preparation of State Annual Action Plan and submit for approval for Governing body, Execution of the approved State Annual Action Plan including release of funds as per annual action plan, follow up action on decision of the Governing body, Monitoring and evaluation and Maintain accounts of the society, and administration of the society.

6.      Supporting Facilities under Mission:-



6.1 In order to strengthen the AYUSH infrastructure both attached Central and State levels, financial assistance for setting up of the Programme Management Units (PMU’s) will be provided. The PMU will consist of management and technical professionals both at Central and State level and will be essentially on contract or through service provider.


6.2 The PMU staff will be engaged from the open market on contractual basis or outsourcing and the expenditure on their salary will be met out of admissible administrative and managerial cost for the mission period. This PMU will provide the technical support to the implementation of National AYUSH Mission in the State through its pool of skilled professionals like MBA, CA, Accounts and technical Specialist etc. All appointments would be contractual and Central Government’s liability will be limited only to the extent of Central share admissible for administrative and management costs on salary head for the mission period.


6.3 In addition to the Manpower cost for PMU, the States/UTs can avail the financial assistance for such administrative costs like office expenditure, travelling expenditure, contingency, Annual Maintenance Cost (AMC) of infrastructure including equipments, computer, software for HMIS, Training and Capacity Building for concerned personnel under each component, audit, monitoring & evaluation, project preparation consultancy and additional manpower for AYUSH Hospitals and Dispensaries. A total 4% of the net funds available for the State is earmarked for State/UTs administrative costs under the Mission.


7.      Resource Allocation Framework:



7.1              For AYUSH Services, Educational Institutions and Quality Control of ASU&H Drugs:-

For special Category states (NE States and three hilly States of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir) Grant-in-aid component will be 90% from Govt. of India and remaining 10% is proposed to be the State contribution towards all components under the scheme. For other States/UTs the sharing pattern will be 75%:25%.

7.2              For Medicinal Plants: This component will be financed 100% by Central Government in North Eastern State and hilly State of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir where as in other states it will be shared in the ratio of 90:10 between Centre and States.

7.3       The Resource Pool to the States from the Government of India under the Mission shall be determined on the basis of following:

i.         Population with 70% weightage and 2 as multiplying factor for EAG States, Island UTs and Hilly States.

ii.       Backwardness determined on the basis of proxy indicator of per capita income will have 15% weightage and

iii.      Performance to be determined on inverse proportion of percentage of UCs due and pending as on 31st March of previous financial year will have 15% weightage.

7.4  Components of National AYUSH Mission will have certain core activities that are essential and other activities that are optional. For core/essential items 80% of the Resource pool allocated to the States can be used. For optional items, the remaining 20% of Resource pool allocated to the States can be used in a flexible manner, with the restriction that this 20% of Resource Pool can be spent on any of the items allowed with constraints that not more than 5% of the envelop is spent on any of the components:

7.5  The amount of release against the Central share will be as follows:-

Entitled Central Share – (Unspent balance of the Grant-in Aid released in previous years + interest accrued).

8.   Utilization Certificates:-

In respect of non-recurring grants, a certificate of actual utilization of the grants received for the purpose for which it was sanctioned in Form GFR 19-A should be submitted in order to sanction of further grant-in aid. In respect of recurring grants, release of grant-in aid in subsequent years will be done only after Utilization Certificate on provisional basis in respect of grants of the preceding financial year is submitted. Release of Grants-in Aid in excess of 75% of the total amount sanctioned of the subsequent financial year shall be done only after the Utilization Certificate and the annual audited statement relating to the Grants-in aid released in the preceding year is submitted.


9.   Flow of funds:-

Grant-in Aid will be transferred through treasury route with effect from F.Y. 2014-15 onwards to State Governments which in turn will transfer the funds to the State AYUSH Society along with State Share. However, during current F.Y. 2013-14, Grant-in Aid shall be transferred as per existing pattern.

10. Action Plan:

1.      Indication of tentative State allocation by Department of AYUSH, Government of India  -  31st, December
2.      Budget Provision by the State Government alongwith matching State Share  -  31st March
3.      Preparation of State Annual Action Plan by Executive Committee of the State AYUSH Society – 30th April
4.      The receipt of State Annual Action Plan in the Department of AYUSH, Government of India – 1st week of May

11.  Monitoring and Evaluation:


11.1 Dedicated MIS monitoring and evaluation cell would be established at Centre/ State level. It is therefore proposed to have a Health Management Information System (HMIS) Cell at National level with three HMIS Managers and one HMIS Manager at State level.



11.2 The concurrent evaluation of the AYUSH Mission shall be carried out to know the implementation progress and bottlenecks and scope for improvement. Third party evaluation will also carried out after two years of Mission implementation.



12.  Expected Outcome:



a. Improvement in AYUSH education through enhanced number of AYUSH Educational Institutions upgraded.

b.         Better access to AYUSH services through increased number of AYUSH Hospital and Dispensaries coverage, availability of drugs and manpower.

c. Sustained availability of quality raw-materials for AYUSH Systems of Medicine.

d.         Improved availability of quality ASU &H drugs through increase in the number of quality Pharmacies and Drug Laboratories and enforcement mechanism of ASU&H drugs.



The Minister of State (IC), Ministry of AYUSH, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today.
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Budgetary Provision for Ayurveda
Ayurveda education is regulated under the provisions of Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 read with amended Act of 2003 and Regulations made thereunder. As per the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian Medicine) (Amendment) Regulations, 2012, Ayurveda Education is aimed at producing graduates, having profound knowledge of Ashtanga Ayurved supplemented with knowledge of scientific advances in modern medicine along with extensive practical training to become fully competent to serve the healthcare services.

For providing focussed attention to the growth and development of Ayurveda and other Indian Systems of Medicine, the Government established a separate Department under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in the year 1995 and now, on 9th November, 2014, the Department has been upgraded to a full-fledged Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH).

National Institutes namely National Institute of Ayurveda (NIA), Jaipur and Rashtriya Ayurved Vidyapeeth (RAV), New Delhi under this Ministry are imparting quality education and training in the field of Ayurveda. Government has also approved setting up of two new Institutes namely All India Institute of Ayurveda, New Delhi and North Eastern Institute of Ayurveda & Homoeopathy, Shillong for education in Ayurveda. Institute of Post Graduate Training & Research in Ayurveda (IPGT&RA), Jamnagar, Gujarat is also funded by Government of India. Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), New Delhi is an autonomous body under Ministry of AYUSH for conducting Research in Ayurveda through its 30 peripheral Institutes all over the Country.

Finalization of budget allotment is determined by revenue realization, budget demand, past trend of expenditure, assimilation capacity of the implementing agencies etc.

Under National AYUSH Mission, there is provision of financial assistance to States/UTs for development of all AYUSH systems of medicine including Ayurveda.

The Minister of State (IC), Ministry of AYUSH, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today. 


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