In order to promote AYUSH systems, the government has taken several steps and has taken several initiatives. The mainstream strategy of AYUSH, under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of National AYUSH Mission and the National Health Mission and National Health Policy-017, is implemented to promote and strengthen the AYUSH sector. Financial Assistance is provided for various activities in the area of AYUSH through Centrally Sponsored and Central Sector Schemes, which includes infrastructure development and supply of medicines in hospitals and hospitals in the States. Pharmacopoeia Laboratories of Central Regulatory Body, Central Research Councils, National Institute, All India Institute, National Medicinal Plant Board, Pharmacopoeia Commission of Indian Medicine and Homeopathy and AYUSH have been established and expand the network of AYUSH institutions in the states and strengthen them. Used to be. Under the mainstream strategy of AYUSH, AYUSH facilities are being set up in PHC, CHC and District Hospitals through National AYUSH Mission. Up to now, AYUSH facilities are located in 506 district hospitals, 374 sub-district hospitals, 2871 CHCs, 8995 PHCs and 5716 other health centres. The amount of AYUSH infrastructure in the country has reached 7,99, 879 registered physicians, 212 postgraduate colleges with an annual enrollment capacity of 702 undergraduate colleges, 4876 scholars, 3986 government hospitals and 279999 dispensaries with an annual enrollment capacity of 46837 students. In order to promote AYUSH systems, the AYUSH Ministry has signed Memorandum of Understanding for the country with 18 countries for cooperation in the field of traditional medicine and homoeopathy, 19 Memoranda of Understanding for collaborative research / academic cooperation and Ayush Academic Chairs Has signed 13 MoUs for the establishment. Foreign university 31 AYUSH Cells have been set up in 28 countries to spread authentic information about AYUSH systems.
According to the provisions of the Indian Medical Central Council Act, 19 of the provisions of the Homeopathy Central Council Act, 1919733 and the standard requirements of the academic courses, education of Ayurvedic, Greek and Homeopathy systems of medicine is regulated respectively. Special regulatory and quality control provisions for the drugs of these systems are provided under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and rules. Indian patents or proprietary new forms are available, manufactured and available in the market. Research councils of AYUSH and other research and development institutes in the country have worked on various medicinal plants and herbs to develop new medicines for the treatment of various diseases. Details of such research studies are given on the website Ayush portal.nic.in and have been published in various scientific journals. Indian medicine and the central council of homoeopathy According to the relevant regulations under the Indian Medical Central Council Act, 1970 and Homeopathy Central Council Act, 1973, Ayurvedic, Siddha, Greek and Homeopathy education is being given in undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
This information was given by the Minister of State (Independent Charge) of AYUSH Shri Shripad Yasso Naik in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.