Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Lack of teachers and infrastructure at Government Homoeopathic College in Sambalpur

GHMC sambalpur
courtesy:telegraphindia.com
 Lack of teachers and infrastructure has taken a toll on the Government Homoeopathic College in Sambalpur. Recently, the Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH) has directed the College Administration to stop admission to Bachelor of Homoeopathic  Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) course  from next academic session for lack of teachers and infrastructure.
 The direction comes after a delegation of the CCH visited the College last year and found many things wanting.
 Established in 1987, large-scale vacancies are gradually taking a heavy toll on the College and locals fear neglect by the State Government would lead to its closure. The Government Homeopathic College has a well equipped 25-bed hospital. However, the equipment is gathering dust in the absence of skilled manpower to handle them. While patients are being denied treatment, students have to manage without practical classes.

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Written exam for Homoeo Medical Officer-NRHM Kerala

arorgyakeralam, NRHM Kerala
The written exams for the contract appointment posts of Medical Officer (Ayurveda, Homoeo), advertised by the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) on June 1, 2012, and that of PRO/Liaison Officer, advertised on July 20, will be held at various centres on February 24. 
Applicants who have not received their hall tickets should get in touch with the NRHM office on phone numbers 0471 2301181, 2307284. The exam centres allotted to each applicant and the roll numbers are available on the website www.arogyakeralam.gov.in Applicants whose hall tickets have not been attested will not be allowed entry into the exam halls, the NRHM Director has informed.

Thursday, 7 February 2013

TC Medical council,Kerala-Register update-Urgent

TC medical councilTRAVANCORE COCHIN MEDICAL COUNCIL HAS ANNOUNCED THE UPDATING OF THE LIST OF REGISTERED DOCTORS. DOCTORS REGISTERED BEFORE 31/12/2012 HAVE TO APPLY.
LATEST:  TRAVANCORE COCHIN MEDICAL COUNCIL HAS EXTENDED THE LAST DATE FOR UPDATING THE COUNCIL’S REGISTER OF HOMOEOPATHS. THE LAST DATE IS NOW MARCH 30TH MARCH 2013


 PROCEDURE
 1. BY POST
  • a) LIFE CERTIFICATE ATTESTED BY A GAZETTED OFFICER 
  • b) COPY OF ORIGINAL TCMC REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE 
  • DECLARATION FORM DULY FILLED.(NEW UPDATED)




  • The notification has been updated by the council...  now a declaration also has to be send...  The link to the file is given below... The DECLARATION FORM DULY FILLED along with the above copies has to be sent by post

  • 2. IN PERSON

    Wednesday, 6 February 2013

    New scheme to improve child healthcare

    NRHM child health
    UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi would launch a new scheme on Wednesday to improve child healthcare under the National Rural Health Mission, under which every child younger than six years would be screened for 30 select deficiencies and disorders. 
    To be kicked off at Palghar, a tribal block in Maharashtra's Thane district, the scheme envisages issuing a follow-up or treatment guidance to children, depending on their symptoms and health status. The government plans to roll out this scheme for 27 crore people under 18 years in phased manner. 
    The 30 deficiencies and disorders that children would be screened for include anemia, vitamin A, vitamin D, acute malnutrition, goiter, alongside some congenital diseases such as cataract, deafness, heart diseases. About a tenth of India's die of birth defects, while hearing or vision-related developmental delays affect 10% of children, which could lead to permanent disabilities later in life. Typically, every block would be equipped with a team of at least four health personnel to carry out the screening process of children at Anganwadi centres and government schools. 

    Monday, 4 February 2013

    Slow learning to talk in children and homeopathic treatment

    delayed talking
    Courtesy:hiren.info
    Unless Parents observe other areas of "slowness" during early development, they may hesitate to seek advice. Knowing what's "normal" and what's not in speech and language development can help you figure out if you should be concerned or if your child is right on schedule.
    It's important for kids below 12 months of age to be watched for signs that they're using their voices to relate to their environment. Cooing and babbling are early stages of speech development. As babies get older (often around 9 months), they begin to string sounds together, incorporate the different tones of speech, and say words like "mama" and "dada" (without really understanding what those words mean).
    Before 12 months, children should also be attentive to sound and begin to recognize names of common objects (for example bottle, ball, etc.). Babies who watch intently but don't react to sound may be showing signs of hearing loss.