Short title and commencement: -

  • These Rules may be called the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic System of Medicine Rules, 1980.
  • They shall come into force at once.

 

  1. Definitions: - In these Rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context: -

 

  1. “Act” means the Unani Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965 (II of 1965).

 

  1. Omitted

 

  1. “Candidate” means a registered or listed practitioner or, as the case may be, a registered teacher of an approved or recognized institution, in respect of whom nomination paper has been submitted under sub-rule (1) of Rule 21.

 

 

  1. “election” means election to the Council, and includes election to fill a casual vacancy in the membership of the Council”

 

  1. “Form” means a form appended to these Rules.

 

  1. “Ordinance” means the Unani, Ayurvedic & Homoeopathic Practitioners (Amendment) Ordinance, 1978 (XXII of 1978).

 

  1. “Polling Officer” means an Officer of the Government appointed as such by the Returning Officer;”;

 

  1. “Register” means a register of Practitioners of the Unani or Ayurvedic or Homoeopathic System of Medicine, or, as the case may be, the register of teachers of the approved or recognized Institutions.

 

  1. “Registrar” means the Registrar of the Council.

 

 

  1. “Returning Officer” means a person appointed by the Federal Government who shall conduct the elections of the Council.”.

 

  1. “Section” means a Section of the Act, and

 

  1. “Voter” means a person whose name appears on the list of Voters published under Sub-Rule (5) of Rule 20.

 

  1. Forms of  registers  and  list  of  Practitioners: -

 

The registers and the list of Practitioners required to be kept and maintained by the Registrars of the Council shall be in the following forms, namely: -

 

  1. Register of qualified practitioners of the Unani System of Medicine, register of qualified Practitioners of the Ayurvedic System of Medicine and register of the qualified Practitioners of the Homoeopathic System of Medicine, in form I.

 

  1. Register of Practitioners of the Unani system of medicines, other than qualified practitioners of that system registered as Tabibs in category “B” under section 25, register of practitioners of the Ayurvedic system of medicines, other than qualified practitioners of that system, registered as Vaids in category “B” of that section, and the list of Homoeopaths, other than qualified practitioners of the Homoeopathic system of medicine, prepared by the registrar of the National Council for Homoeopathy under section 27, as those sections were in force immediately before the commencement of the Ordinance xxii of 1978 in form-II.

 

  1. Application for  Registration  of  Practitioners: -

 

  • An application for Registration of Practitioners under Section 24 shall be made: -

 

  • In the case of the Unani and Ayurvedic System of Medicine, to the Registrar of the National Council for Tibb in Form III, and;

 

(1-A)         Persons who obtain degree or diploma in the Unani, Ayurvedic or Homoeopathic System of Medicines as a regular student from a recognized institution in the country or from abroad, duly verified by the Embassy of Pakistan in that country may apply for registration to the Registrar of the respective Council on prescribed from.

 

  • In case of Homoeopathic System of Medicine to the Registrar of the National Council for Homoeopathy in form-IV.

 

  • Each application shall be accompanied by a bank draft or postal order of five hundred rupees drawn in favour of the Council or, as the case may be, the Board as Registration Fee.

 

  • The form of application shall be obtained from the office of the Council or, downloaded from the website of the Council.

 

  • Subject to the provisions of the Act, the registration of a practitioner under these rules shall be valid for a period of four years from the date of issuance of registration and shall thereafter be renewable for every period of four years on the application of the practitioner accompanied by a Bank draft or postal order of five hundred rupees drawn in favour of the Council or as may be notified by the Federal Ministry as renewal of registration fee in Form-IV-A. or Form IV-B.

 

(5)           In case of non-renewal of registration within sixty days of expiry of date of registration, the original registration shall be deemed to have been cancelled and the practitioner shall be liable to action for practicing illegally.

 

  1. Forms of  registers  of  Teachers.

 

For the purposes of clause (c) of Section 4 and clause (c) of Section 5, the Registrar concerned shall keep and maintain the following registers in Form V, namely: -

 

  1. Register in respect of the teachers of all the recognized Institutions of the Unani System of Medicine,

 

  1. Register in respect of the teachers of all the recognized Institutions of Ayurvedic System of Medicine, and

 

  • Register in respect of the teachers of all the recognized Institutions of the Homoeopathic System of Medicine.

 

  1. Registers to be  signed  by  Registrar: -

 

The name of all Practitioners and Teachers in a register or list shall be in serial order, and each page of the register of list shall be signed, and each addition too or alteration or correction in, an entry therein shall be initialed by the Registrar.

 

  1. Fee for change of entries in a register of list: -

 

Any registered or listed Practitioner who desires to have an addition made to an entry relating to him in a register or list of Practitioners, or to have any change or correction made in such entry, shall pay a fee of 100 rupees. Provided that no fee shall be charged for correcting typographical error.

 

  1. Certificate of  Registration: -

 

  • Every Practitioner whose name is entered in a register of list shall be entitled to receive a certificate of registration from the Registrar, and such certificate of registration shall set forth the name qualifications, of the registered practitioner in full, his father’s name, number of the registration, address, date of registration and the provisions of the Act under which he is registered.

 

  • Where a registered or listed practitioner has lost the original certificate of registration, he may obtain a duplicate certificate of registration from the Registrar on payment of two hundred rupees.

 

  • The Registrar shall issue the registration, renewal or duplicate of registration to the applicant within 30 days of receipt of application through registered post.

 

  1. Fee for recognition of Teaching Institutions:-

(1)          An application for the recognition of an institution imparting or desiring to impart                                                                instructions in the Unani, Ayurvedic or Homoeopathic System of Medicine shall be                                           accompanied by a non-refundable initial fee of twenty five thousand rupees.

 

(2)           On receipt of an application under sub-rule (1) the Council, shall, within three months, inspect or cause to be inspected the building of the institution to verify that it meets the laid down requirements and submit a report with its recommendations to the Federal Government for further action.

 

  • If the Federal Government deems it fit to grant recognition to an institution under section 17 of the Act or this rule, it shall direct the applicant to further deposit a fee of rupees one lac within such period as may be prescribed.

 

9-A.         Registration of teaching institutions for Bachelor of Eastern Medicines and Bachelor of Homoeopathic System.

 

  • An application for registration of teaching institution for Bachelor of Eastern Medicines and Bachelor of Homoeopathic System Medicine shall be accompanied by a non-refundable initial fee of fifty thousand

 

  • On receipt of an application under sub-rule (1) the Council, shall, within three months, inspect or cause to be inspected the building of the institution to verify that it meets the laid down requirements and submit a report with its recommendations to the Federal Government.

 

  • If the Federal Government deems it fit to grant recognition to an institution, it shall direct the applicant to further deposit a fee of two lac rupees within such period as may be prescribed.

 

  1. Students to be enrolled with the Council

 

The principal of every recognized institution shall send to the Council, within a period of ninety days from the date of the beginning of the academic session of his institution along with a fee of fifty rupees in form  of pay order or bank draft payable to Registrar of the respective Council  for each student for  enrolment with that Council, and where the name of a student is sent within thirty days after the expiry of that period along with additional fee of fifty rupees as late fee charges: Provided that the maximum age-limit for a student seeking admission in the first year class of Fazil-Tibb-Wal-Jarhat and Diploma in Homoeopathic System of Medicine shall be forty five years.

 

  1. Term of office of member of Examining Body: - A member appointed to an Examining Body under sub-section (3) of Section 22 shall hold office for a period of five years.

 

  1. Examination Fees, etc: -

The fees for annual/ Supplementary examination to be held under the provisions of the Act, and other charges relating                 there to, shall be as follows, namely :-

 

(i)    Fee for 1st & 2nd years examination                  :                      Rs.300

(ii)   Fee for the 3rd & 4th years examination            :                      Rs.350

(iii)   Fee for practical examination                          :                      Rs.100

per  student, per  practical examination.

(iv)   Late fee:-

(a)    if the fee for an examination is not paid before the date fixed   but paid within ten days                                    after the date: Rs.200.

(b)   if the fee for an examination is not paid within ten days after the date fixed but paid                                          after ten  days and up to fifteen days before the commencement of the examination,               the rates of fees including late fees shall be as under:-

 

(a) fee for the 1st &  2nd year                                 :                          Rs.450/-

(b) fee for the 3rd &   4th year :                               :                          Rs.500/-

 

(v)   Fee for supplementary examination

(two subjects)                                                          :                         Rs.300/-

(vi)  Fee for diploma examination                             :                       Rs.500/-

(vii) Fee for mark sheet or duplicate mark sheet       :                       Rs.50/-

(viii)  Fee for scrutiny or re-totaling

of answer script                                                           :                       Rs.100/-

(ix)  Charges for examination and

registration  forms                                                       :                       Rs.10/-

(x)  Fee for change of examination

centre                                                                      :                       Rs.500/-

(xi)  Migration fee :                                                       :                        Rs.300/-

(xii) Charges for examination gazette                                      :                      Rs.2500/-

(xiii) Fee for urgent mark sheet

(within seven days)                                              :                       Rs.100/-“

 

12- A.             Tution  Fees  etc: -

 

The tuition fees in recognized Tibbia / Homoeopathic /Ayurvedic colleges shall be as follows, namely:-

 

(i)   Fee for the 1st & 2nd year student                                      :                 Rs.300 per month

(ii)  Fee for 3rd and 4th year student                                         :                 Rs.400 per month

 

12-B.     Rates of Daily Allowances and Hotel charges:-

 

The examination staff shall be entitled to daily allowance and hotel charges at the following rates, namely:-

(a)   Superintendent of Examination Centers:

(i)  Daily allowance at fixed rate of  Rs.300 per day.

(ii)  Hotel charges (without food and other charges)    actual charges subject to a                                  maximum of Rs.900/-    per day for big cities and  Rs.450 for other cities.

 

(b)  Deputy Superintendents of Examination Centers:

 

(i)  Daily allowance at fixed rate of Rs.200 per shift.

 

(ii)   Hotel charges (without food and other charges) actual charges subject to a maximum of Rs.600 per day for big cities and Rs.300 for other                                                             station/cities.

 

(c)   Invigilator of Examination Centers:

 

(i) Daily allowance at fixed rate of   Rs.150 per day.

 

(ii)  Hotel charges (without food and other charges)   Rs.450 per day for big cities                                       and Rs.225  for  other cities per day in case the Invigilator is appointed from                                                other city; and

 

 

 

 

(d)  Other staff (water carriers, sweepers and Naib Qasids):

 

Daily allowance at the rate of  Rs.125 per day.

12-C Resident Superintendent:-

Resident Superintendent shall be paid a lum sum amount of two thousand rupees as honoraria for the whole duration of examination held in his center.

 

  1.     The funds of the Council shall consist of: -

 

(i)  Grants by the Federal Government;

(ii)  Examination and other fees;

(iii)  Proceeds from sale of list and forms;

(iv)  Registration fees;

(v)   Donations;

(vi)  Registration card; and

(vii)  Sale of publications (book & Journals);

(viii) Proceeds from any other project initiated by the Council after approval                                                 by the Federal  Government;

 

  1. Expenditure by   the   Council/Board: -

 

(1)           All moneys in the funds shall be used for the following purposes, namely: -

 

  • Pay and allowance of officers and servants of the Council;
  • Traveling allowances and daily allowances of the President, Vice  President and members of the Council;

(iii) Hiring, purchasing and construction of office and residential buildings;

(iv)   Expenditure on holding meetings, examinations and tests;

(v)     Contingent expenditure;

(v-a)  Expenditure on holding of election of the respective Councils;

(vi)  Expenditure connected with research, including Laboratories, Libraries                                                and Museums, and

(vii)         Such other expenditure as the Council may, with the approval of the                                     Federal Government  determine.

 

(2)    In incurring expenditure, the Council shall abide by all financial Rules and instructions of the Federal Government in so far as they are not inconsistent with the Act or these Rules.

 

  1. Term of  office  of  members: -

 

The term of office of the members of the Council shall be five years, and the term of office of a member elected or nominated to a casual vacancy caused by the resignation, death or otherwise of a member shall be the remaining period of the term of the member in whose vacancy he was elected or nominated.

 

  1. Mode of  election: -

 

Elections to the Council shall be held: -

 

  1. In the case of clause (b) of section 4 and clause (b) of section 5 by direct ballot and on provincial basis;
  2. In the case of clause (c) of section 4 and clause (c) of section 5, by ballot and on all Pakistan basis; and
  3. In the case of clause (d) of section 4 by ballot and on all Pakistan

 

  1. Electoral Colleges: -

For the purpose of elections to the Council the electoral Colleges shall be: -

 

  1. In the case of clause (b) of Section 4, all registered Practitioners of the Unani System of Medicine of each Province,
  2. In the case of election under clause (c) of Section 4, Teachers of all recognized Institutions of the Unani or Ayurvedic System of Medicine of all the Provinces provided their names appear on the register of teachers maintained by the Council.
  3. In the case of clause (d) of Section 4, all registered Practitioners of the Ayurvedic System of Medicine of all the Provinces;
  4. In the case of clause (b) of Section 5, all registered and listed Practitioners of the Homoeopathic System of Medicine of each Province; and
  5. In the case of clause (c) of section 5, teachers of all recognized institutions of Homoeopathic system of medicines of all the Provinces provided their names appear on the register maintained by the National Council for Homoeopathy, maximum 15 teachers shall be entitled per sixty seats of the College.

 

  1. Federal Government  to  notify dates of election: -

 

Whenever an election to the Council is to be held under section 4 or section 5, the Federal Government shall, by notification in the official Gazette, specify a date, which shall not be less than three months preceding the date on which the term of the members of the Council is due to expire, on which such election shall be held and may appoint a Returning Officer for holding such election.

 

  1. Returning Officer to notify dates for submission, scrutiny etc of nomination papers: -

 

(1)           As soon as may be after the date of election has been notified                under Rule 18, the                                               Returning Officer shall, by public notice, appoint in respect of the Province or the                                                               Provinces, as the case may be: -

 

  1. The last date (which shall be a date not earlier than fifteen days after the publication of the date of election) for submission of nomination papers.

 

  1. The date (which shall be a date not later than the third day after the date for submission of nomination papers) on which the nomination papers shall be scrutinized;

 

  1. The last date by which a nomination may be withdrawn; and

 

  1. In the case of election by postal ballot, the last date by which ballot papers shall reach the Returning Officer.

 

(2)       The public notices shall state the time and place for receiving nomination papers and for holding scrutiny of such papers.

 

  1. List of Voters: -

 

  • As soon as may be after the publication of the Notification under Rule 18, the Returning Officer shall cause a preliminary list of voters to be prepared in accordance with the relevant registers or as the case may be, the list maintained by the respective Council .
  • District wise list of voters, shall be available on the website of the Council, and shall be displayed at the office of the Council and at conspicuous places in all Provincial Headquarters of the Health Departments, together with a notice specifying the date for inviting claims and objections with respect to that list.
  • Any person claiming to have his name entered in the list of voters or objecting to any entry therein may prefer before the Returning Officer at his office on or before the time and date specified there for written claim or objection duly signed by him.
  • The Returning Officer shall decide the claim or objection and if he is satisfied of the correctness of the claim or objection, shall amend or correct the list of voters accordingly, and the decision of the Returning Officer shall be final.
  • The final list of voters shall be published and displayed in the same manner as is provided in sub-rule (2).
  • The final list of voters may be inspected by any person at such time and place as the Returning Officer may specify.
  • Copies of the list of voters may be obtained from the Returning Officer: -

 

  1. In the case of practitioners of the Unani or Homoeopathic System of Medicine, on payment of fifteen hundred rupees per copy, and

 

  1. In the case of practitioners of the Ayurvedic System of Medicine, or registered teachers, on payment of hundred rupees per copy.

 

 

  1. Submission and  scrutiny  of  nomination  papers: -

 

  • A voter who desires to contest election shall deliver to the Returning Officer on or before the date appointed under clause (a) of Rule 19 a nomination paper in form VI signed by him and by two other voters as proposer and seconder, and shall also deposit with the Returning Officer a sum of ten thousand rupees non-refundable as security money, but security money shall be refundable if the candidate with-draws his candidature as provided in Rule 23.

 

  • The Returning Officer shall scrutinize all nomination papers along-with any objections received by him on the date appointed for scrutiny, and shall, if found correct, declare the nomination valid, and where the Returning Officer thinks that a nomination paper suffers from any defect, he may, after such summary enquiry as he thinks fit, reject the nomination paper recording his reasons thereof:-

 

Provided that no nomination paper shall be rejected only on the ground of technical defect or error not of substantial character which may be allowed to be corrected.

 

  • It shall be open to a candidate to inspect the nomination papers of other candidates.

 

  • A candidate whose nomination paper is rejected may appeal to the Federal Government against such rejection, and the Federal Government shall decide the appeal within seven days from the date the appeal is made.

 

  1. Display of   list  of  valid  nomination:-

 

The Returning Officer shall cause a copy of the list of all candidates whose nominations have been declared valid to be displayed at the office of the Council and on the website of the Council.

 

  1. Withdrawal by  candidate: -

 

                Any validly nominated candidate may withdraw his candidature by a written and signed notice delivered to the Returning Officer    before 3 p.m. on the date appointed for withdrawal.

 

  1. Declaration of  unopposed candidates as elected :-

 

Where, after scrutiny under Rule 21, the number of validly nominated candidates does not exceed the number of seats for which election is being held the Returning Officer shall be public notice declare such candidates to be elected and inform the Federal Government of the names of such members.

  1. Omitted.
  2. Voting by  ballot: -

 

(1)               Election shall be held by ballot and the Returning Officer  shall appoint Polling Officer in                                   the Districts from  amongst the Government Officers not below BS-17. Poling shall start                                                   at 8.00AM and finish at 5.00PM.

(2)           A voter shall cast vote in the District mentioned as address in his / her registration /renewal certificate.

(3)           A voter shall bring the original computerized National                Identity Card and original certificate                of valid registration/renewal with him and may record and cast his vote in the manner           specified in sub rule (1) of rule 27.

  • Any ballot-paper received by the Returning Officer after the time fixed for the receipt of ballot-paper shall be rejected.

 

26-A               Procedure for Government servant interested to cast  vote through postal ballot.

 

Postal ballot shall be allowed to a Government servant who is on duty away from the District in which he is registered or enlisted as voter. Voter shall send an application to Returning Officer before thirty days of election along with attested copy of computerized National Identity Card and valid registration/ renewal intimate his District and serial number at the voter list.

 

 

 

  1. Manner of  recording  vote: -

 

  • A voter shall have as many votes as there are seats to be filled, and when recording his vote on the ballot-paper shall put crosses against the names of such number of candidates in favor of whom he desires to cast his vote as does not exceed the number of seats to be filled.

 

  1. Ballot-papers: -

 

Ballot-papers shall be printed in Urdu and shall bear the names of all candidates contesting the election in the order in which their names appear in the list of validly nominated candidates.

 

  1. Counting of  votes: -

(1)     Counting of votes shall commence immediately after the voting is over at each polling station in the presence of the Polling Officer and representatives of the candidates. Polling Officer shall send the result on the same day by FAX and will provide a copy of the same to the representatives of the candidates who are present and also return casted and uncasted ballot papers in a sealed envelop by courier service to Returning Officer.  The Returning Officer shall compile the official result in his office on the day following the polling.

 

(2)           The candidates and one agent each of the candidates may be present at the time of        counting of votes.

 

  • After counting is completed, the number of candidates equal to number of seats to be filled obtaining the highest number of votes shall be declared elected and the result of counting communicated to the Federal Government by the Returning Officer as early as possible but not latter than seven days, and the Federal Government shall notify the names of the elected candidates including the candidates declared elected under rule 24.

 

  1. Invalidity of  ballot-papers

 

A ballot-paper shall be invalid if: -

  1. The stamp has been put against the names of more candidates than there are seats.
  • For any reason it is not certain for which candidate or candidates the voter intended to vote.

 

30-A.      Appeal:-

 

A candidate aggrieved by the counting of votes under rule 29 or declaration of any vote as invalid under rule 30 by the Polling Officer may, within seven days of such counting or declaration, appeal to the Returning Officer.

 

 

  1. Manner of  consultation  with  Provincial Government on nomination to the Council:-

 

The Federal Government may for the purpose of nomination of members under clause (a) of Section 4 or clause (a) of Section 5, request the Provincial Governments to recommend the names of suitable persons for nomination under either of the said Clauses within a specified period and the Provincial Governments shall, within the said period send their recommendations together-with full particulars of the persons recommended to the Federal Government which may nominate one member from each Province from amongst the persons recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

32-A Criteria for nomination of the Member by the

          Federal Government :-

 

A person shall be eligible for nomination of member if he is registered under the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965.

 

  1. Election of   President  and  Vice  President: -

 

As soon as may be after the Federal Government has notified the names of the elected and nominated members, the Registrar shall summon a meeting of the Council to elect a President and Vice President from amongst themselves and shall communicate the names of the President and the Vice President so elected to the Federal Government.

 

  1. Repeal: - The Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic System of Medicine Rules, 1965, are hereby repealed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM-I

 

FORM OF REGISTER OF QUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS OF THE UNANI/AYURVEDIC/HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE, REGISTERED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS ACT, 1965.

 

No. of Registration Date of Registration Name Father’s Name

Address

Date of Birth Sex Religion Nationality Academic Qualifications Professional qualifications with date Authority for Registration other than in previous columns Remarks
Present Permanent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

 

Delete if not applicable.

FORM-II

 

SEE RULE 3 (a)

 

* FORM OF REGISTER OF PRACTITIONERS OF UNANI SYSTEM OF MEDICINE, OTHER THAN QUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS OF THAT SYSTEM REGISTERED AS TABIBS UNDER SECTION 25 OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS ACT, 1965, AS IN FORCE IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTIONERS (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE 1978.

 

* FORM OF REGISTER OF PRACTITIONERS OF AYURVEDIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE, OTHER THAN QUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS OF THAT SYSTEM REGISTERED AS VAIDS UNDER SECTION 25 OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS ACT, 1965, AS IN FORCE IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE 1978.

 

* FORM OF LIST OF HOMOEOPATHS OTHER THAN QUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS OF THE HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE, PREPARED UNDER SECTION 27 OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS ACT, 1965, AS IN FORCE IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNANI, AYURVEDIC AND HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTITIONERS (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 1978.

 

No. of Registration Date of Registration Name Father’s Name

Address

Date of Birth Sex Religion Nationality Academic Qualifications Date from which in regular practice in Pakistan Date of passing the approved test Remarks
Present Permanent

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

 

Delete if not applicable.

 

 

FORM – III

 

SEE RULE 4 (1) (a)

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TIBB

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION OF PRACTITIONERS OF UNANI/AYURVEDIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

 

Three copies of passport size photograph

 

To,

The Registrar,

National Council for Tibb,

                                               

                                               

 

Particulars of applicant.

 

Name in block letters                                                                                                                         

Father’s Name                                                                                                                    

Address (a) Present                                                                                                                           

(b)Permanent                                                                                                    

Date of Birth                                                                                                                                        

Sex                                                              6.  Religion                                                      

  1. Nationality      8.   Identity Card No.________________

Academic Qualifications                                                                                                   

Qualifications on the basis of which registration is requested: -

 

  1. a) Have you passed examination from any approved/recognized Institution/University in Pakistan? If so give.

 

  1. Name of the Institution
  2. Year of passing
  • Degree/Diploma/Certificate obtained

 

Have you ever been registered with any Unani Board in any foreign country? If so, give registration number and other details                                                                                                                                                         

 

Have you passed examination as regular student from  any recognized Institution/University in the foreign country? If so, give                                                                                                                                             

 

  1. Name of the country                                                                                      
  2. Name of Institution/University                                                               
  • Name of Council/Board/University
  1. Duration of Course. _____________________________________
  2. of years spent in the Country/University for obtaining the degree (please enclose photo copy of relevant pages of passport duly attested.________________________________________
  3. Year of passing. _____________________________________
  • Degree/Diploma/Certificate duly countersigned by the authorized officer of Embassy of Pakistan. _________________________
  • Proof of registration in the State or Country in which qualification was obtained entitling the applicant to the right of practitising the art of Medicine of Unani and Ayurvedic or a Certificate from a Registering Authority that qualifications obtained are registerable in the country of origin.

 

  1. d) Professional experience: -

 

  1. Teaching experience
  2. Publications
  • Research
  1. Basic knowledge of Unani/Ayurvedic

 

I solemnly declare that the above information given by me is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing has been withheld or concealed.

 

I shall abide by the Rules and Regulations made under the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965.

 

 

Dated                                                                                                                          Signature of the applicant.

 

 

CERTIFICATE

 

I certify that the applicant who has put his signature in my presence is not related to me and that the particulars given by him are true to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

Signature with designation and seal

 

Note:

  1. The certificate must be signed by one of the following:-

 

  • District Coordination officer (DCO),
  • Executive District Officer of Revenues (EDOR),
  • Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent of Police,
  • Judicial Magistrate,
  • Gazetted Officer of Grade 17 or above and
  • A Member of the National Assembly or a Provincial Assembly.

 

  1. The application must be accompanied by:-

 

  • A bank draft or postal order of Rs.500/- in favour of the Council as registration fee.

 

  • Three copies of passport size photograph of the applicant;  and

 

  • Photostat or attested copies of certificates, diplomas, degrees and testimonials etc, duly attested by Gazetted officer of Grade 17 or above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM –IV

 

SEE RULE 1 (1) (b)

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR HOMOEOPATHIC

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION OF PRACTITIONERS OF HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

 

 

Three copies of passport size photograph

 

 

 

To,

The Registrar,

National Council for Homoeopathy,

                                               

                                               

 

Particulars of applicant.

 

  1. Name in block letters
  2. Father’s Name
  3. Address (a) Present

(b)Permanent                                                                                                                    

  1. Date of Birth
  2. Sex      Religion                                                        
  • Nationality      Identity Card No. ___________
    1. Academic Qualifications
    2. Qualifications in the basis of which registration is required:-

 

  1. Have you passed examination from any approved/recognized Institution/University in Pakistan? If so , give:-

 

  1. Name of the Institution
  2. Year of passing
  • Degree/Diploma/Certificate obtained

 

  1. Are you registered medical practitioner within the meaning of the Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 1962, and have taken to practice of Homoeopathy? If so, give: -

 

  1. Registration number
  2. Proof of practice in Homoeopathy

 

  1. c)

 

  1. d) Have you passed examination as a regular student from any recognized Institution/University in the foreign country ? If so, give:-

 

  1. Name of the country                                                                                      
  2. Name of Institution/University
  • Name of Council/Board/University                                                           
  1. Duration of the course __________________________________
  2. of years spent in the Country/University for obtaining the degree (please enclose photo copy of relevant pages of Passport duly attedted) __________________________________________
  3. Year of passing. _______________________________________
  • Degree/Diploma/Certificate duly countersigned by the authorized officer of Embassy of Pakistan. ___________________________
  • Proof of registration in the State or Country in which qualification was obtained entitling the applicant to the right of practicing the art of Medicine of Homoeopathic or a Certificate from a Registration Authority that qualifications obtained are registerable in the country of origin.

 

  1. e) Professional experience.

 

  1. Teaching experience
  2. Publications
  • Research
  1. Any other experience
  2. Basic knowledge of Homoeopathy

 

I solemnly declare that the above information given by me is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing has been with-held or concealed.

 

I shall abide by the Rules and Regulations made under the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965.

 

 

Signature of the applicant

Dated : -                                                                

 

CERTIFICATE

 

I certify that the applicant who has put his signature in my presence is not related to me and that the particulars given by him are true to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

Signature with designation and seal

 

Note:

  1. The certificate must be signed by one of the following:-

 

(i)            District Coordination officer (DCO),

(ii)           Executive District Officer of Revenues (EDOR),

  • Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent of Police,

(iv)          Judicial Magistrate,

  • Gazetted Officer of Grade 17 or above and
  • A member of the National Assembly or a Provincial Assembly.

 

  1. The application must be accompanied by:-

 

(a)         A bank draft or postal order of Rs.500/- in favour of the Council as   registration fee.

 

(b)      Three copies of passport size photograph of the applicant;  and

 

 

(c)      Photostat or attested copies of certificates, diplomas, degrees and   testimonials etc, duly attested by Gazetted officer of Grade 17 or above; and

 

 

FORM – IV-A

 

[SEE RULE 4 (4)]

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TIBB

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION OF PRACTITIONERS OF UNANI/AYURVEDIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

 

 

Three copies of passport size photograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

To,

The Registrar,

National Council for Tibb,

                                               

                                               

 

Particulars of applicant.

 

  1. Name in block letters

Father’s Name                                                                                                                    

Address  (a) Present                                                                                                                          

(b)Permanent                                                                                                       

Date of Birth                                                                                                                                        

Sex                                                              6.  Religion                                                      

  1. Nationality      8.   Identity Card No.________________
  2. NCT Registration Card No._____________________________________
  3. NCT Registration No.__________________ Year of Registraion________

Date of Renewal.                                                                                

 

  1. Professional Experience:-

 

(i)            Teaching Experience ____________________________________

(ii)           Publications                                                                                                                         

(iii)          Research                                                                                                                              

(iv)          Practical Experience _____________________________________

  1. Basic knowledge of Unani/Ayurvedic

 

I solemnly declare that the above information given by me is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing has been withheld or concealed.

 

I shall abide by the Rules and Regulations made under the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965.

 

 

Dated                                                                                                                          Signature of the applicant.

 

 

CERTIFICATE

 

I certify that the applicant who has put his signature in my presence is not related to me and that the particulars given by him are true to the best   of my knowledge.

 

 

Signature with designation and seal

 

Note:

  1. The certificate must be signed by one of the following:-

 

(i)            District Coordination officer (DCO),

(ii)           Executive District Officer of Revenues (EDOR),

(iii)          Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent of Police,

(iv)          Judicial Magistrate,

(v)           Gazetted Officer of Grade 17 or above and

(vi)  A Member of the National Assembly or a Provincial Assembly.

 

  1. The application must be accompanied by:-

 

(a)     bank draft or postal order of Rs.500/- in favour of the    Council as   registration fee.

 

(b)               Three copies of passport size photograph of the applicant;     and

 

(c)        Photostat of certificate of registration and N.I.Card, duly attested by Gazetted Officer of Grade 16 or above.

 

 

 

 

FORM – IV-B

 

[SEE RULE 4 (4)]

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR HOMOEOPATHY

 

APPLICATION FORM FOR RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION OF PRACTITIONERS OF HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

 

 

Three copies of passport size photograph

 

 

 

 

 

 

To,

The Registrar,

National Council for Homoeopathy,

                                               

                                               

 

Particulars of applicant.

 

  1. Name in block letters

Father’s Name                                                                                                                    

Address  (a) Present                                                                                                                          

(b)Permanent                                                                                                       

Date of Birth                                                                                                                                        

Sex                                                              6.  Religion                                                      

  1. Nationality      8.   Identity Card No.________________
  2. NCH Registration Card No._____________________________________
  3. NCH Registration No._________________ Year of Registration________

Date of Renewal.                                                                                

 

  1. Professional Experience:-

 

(i)            Teaching Experience ____________________________________

(ii)           Publications                                                                                                                         

(iii)          Research                                                                                                                              

(iv)          Practical Experience _____________________________________

  1. Basic knowledge of Homoeopathy                                                            

 

I solemnly declare that the above information given by me is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing has been withheld or concealed.

 

I shall abide by the Rules and Regulations made under the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965.

 

 

Dated                                                                                                          Signature of the applicant.

 

 

CERTIFICATE

 

I certify that the applicant who has put his signature in my presence is not related to me and that the particulars given by him are true to the best   of my knowledge.

 

 

Signature with designation and seal

 

Note:

  1. The certificate must be signed by one of the following:-

 

(i)            District Coordination officer (DCO),

(ii)           Executive District Officer of Revenues (EDOR),

(iii)          Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent of Police,

(iv)          Judicial Magistrate,

(v)           Gazetted Officer of Grade 17 or above and

(vi)  A Member of the National Assembly or a Provincial Assembly.

 

  1. The application must be accompanied by:-

 

(a)     bank draft or postal order of Rs.500/- in favour of the    Council as   registration fee.

 

(b)               Three copies of passport size photograph of the applicant;     and

 

(c)        Photostat of certificate of registration and N.I.Card, duly attested by Gazetted Officer of Grade 16 or above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM-V

 

SEE RULE 5

 

FORM OF REGISTER OF TEACHERS OF APPROVED OR RECOGNIZED INSTITUTIONS IMPARTING EDUCATION IN THE UNANI/AYURVEDIC/HOMOEOPATHIC SYSTEM OF MEDICINE

 

No. of Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date of Registration Name Father’s Name Date of Birth Sex Religion Nationality Educational and Professional qualifications Subjects taught by him Name and full address of Institutions Date of employment in the Institution Employed full time part time or honorary Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

 

Delete if not applicable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORM – VI

 

( SEE RULE 21 (1)

 

FORM OF NOMINATION PAPER

 

For Election  Under Clause (b) of Section 4 of the Unani Ayurvedic

Under Clause (c) of Section 4 and Homoeopathic

Under Clause (d) of Section 4 Practitioners

Under Clause (b) of Section 5 Act, 1965

Under Clause (c) of Section 5.

 

  1. Name of candidate in full
  2. Father’s Husband’s Name
  3. Address
  4. Serial number of the candidate in the final list of voters
  5. Name of the proposer
  6. Serial number of the proposer in the final list of voters                                                
  7. Signature of the proposer
  8. Name of the seconder
  9. Serial number of the seconder in the final list of voters
  10. Signature of the seconder
  11. Date

 

I hereby declare as follows: -

 

  1. I agree to my nomination.
  2. I am a registered qualified practitioner of the Unani System of Medicine.
  3. I am a registered qualified practitioner of the Ayurvedic System of Medicine.
  4. I am a registered qualified practitioner of the Homoeopathic System of Medicine.
  5. I am a registered practitioner, other than a qualified practitioner, of the Unani System of Medicine.
  6. I am a registered practitioner, other than a qualified practitioner, of the Ayurvedic System of Medicine.
  7. I am a listed Homoeopath.

 

 

Signature of the Candidate.

Nomination found valid

 

Nomination not found valid for the following reasons: -

 

Returning Officer