Section 23 in The National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020
Title: Staff of Autonomous Boards.
The experts, professionals, officers and other employees appointed under section 8 shall be made available to the Autonomous Boards in such number and in such manner, as may be specified by regulations made by the Commission.
Title: Meetings of Autonomous Boards.
(1) Every Autonomous Board shall meet at least once a month at such time and place as it may appoint.
(2) Subject to such regulations as may be made in this behalf, all decisions of the Autonomous Boards shall be made by consensus and if consensus is not possible, decision shall be made by majority of votes of the President and Members.
(3) A person who is aggrieved by any decision of an Autonomous Board may prefer an appeal to the Commission against such decision within thirty days of the communication of such decision.
Title: Delegation of powers.
(1) The Commission may delegate all or any of its administrative and financial powers to the President of each Autonomous Board to enable such Board to function smoothly and efficiently.
(2) The President of an Autonomous Board may further delegate any of his powers to a Member or officer of that Board.
Title: Powers and functions of Homoeopathy Education Board.
(1) The Homoeopathy Education Board shall perform the following functions, namely:--
(a) determine the standards of education at the undergraduate, post-graduate and super-specialty levels and oversee all aspects of relating thereto;
(b) develop a competency based dynamic curriculum for Homoeopathy at all levels in accordance with the regulations made under this Act, in such manner that it develops appropriate skill, knowledge, attitude, values and ethics among the post- graduate and super-specialty students and enables them to provide healthcare, to impart medical education and to conduct medical research;
(c) frame guidelines on setting up of medical institutions for imparting undergraduate, postgraduate and super-specialty courses in Homoeopathy, having regard to the needs of the country, the global norms and the regulations made under this Act;
(d) determine minimum requirements and standards for conducting of courses and examinations in medical institutions, having regard to the needs of creativity at local levels and the regulations made under this Act;
(e) determine standards and norms for infrastructure, faculty and quality of education and research in medical institutions of Homoeopathy, in accordance with the regulations made under this Act;
(f) specify norms for compulsory annual disclosure, electronically and otherwise, by medical institutions of Homoeopathy in respect of their functions that has a bearing on the interest of various stakeholders including students, faculty, the Commission and the Government;
(g) facilitate development and training of faculty Members;
(h) facilitate research programmes;
(i) grant recognition to medical qualifications of Homoeopathy at all levels.
(2) The Homoeopathy Education Board may, in the discharge of its functions, make such recommendations to, and seek such directions from, the Commission, as it deems necessary.
Title: Powers and functions of Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy.
(1) The Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy shall perform the following functions, namely:--
(a) maintain a National Register of all licensed practitioners of Homoeopathy in accordance with the provisions of section 32;
(b) regulate professional conduct and promote medical ethics in accordance with the regulations made under this Act:
Provided that the Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy shall ensure compliance with the code of professional and ethical conduct through the State Medical Council, in a case where such State Medical Council has been conferred power to take disciplinary actions in respect of professional or ethical misconduct by medical practitioners under respective State Acts;
(c) develop mechanisms to have continuous interaction with State Medical Councils of Homoeopathy to effectively promote and regulate the conduct of medical practitioners of Homoeopathy;
(d) exercise appellate jurisdiction with respect to the actions taken by a State Medical Council under section 31.
(2) The Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy may, in the discharge of its functions, make such recommendations to, and seek such directions from, the Commission, as it deems necessary.