CHD (Certificate in homeopathy Dispensing)

  1. Course Code :
    718 - Introduction To Homeopathy
    719 - Introduction To Homeopathy Dispensing

  2. Conducted by: National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

    National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) is established under Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Govt. of India., AVI No. 790024 published in part 1 Sec of no. 42 of the Gazette of India on Saturday 20 Oct.- 1990.

  3. Entry Qualification: 10th passed from a recognized board

  4. Medium: Hindi/ English

  5. Duration of Course: 1 year

  6. Session: Every year June to March

  7. Trainning: 60 days (Free of Cost)

  8. Exam: 3 days exam every year in December (Half yearly) & May (Final Exam)

  9. Study Material: Provided by the Centre

  10. Documents to Attach:
    2 Passport Size Photograph with name and current date printed on it
    Attested Photocopy of 10th mark sheet
    Attested Photocopy of Aadhaar card
    Attested Photocopy of School Leaving certificate

  11. The evaluation is of 200 Maximum Marks:

    Courses Code Name of Courses Practical Marks Theory Marks Total mark
    718 Introduction of homeopathy 40 60 100
    719 Introduction of homeopathy Dispensing 40 60 100
    Grand Total=200 80 120 200

  12. The Syllabus and Curriculum for Dispenser’s course in Homeopathy

    Course 1
    1. Elementary Anatomy.
    2. Elementary Physiology
    3. History of Homeopathy
      1. Dr. Samuel Hahnemann
      2. Discovery of the law of cure
      3. Homeopathy Science & Art.
    4. Elementary Organon of Medicine.
      1. Introduction
      2. Fundamental of cardinal principles of Homeopathy
      3. Concept of Health, Disease and Cure in Homoeopathy
      4. Totality of Symptoms
      5. How do the homoeopathic medicine act
      6. Case Taking
      7. Individualization.
      8. Diet and Regimen.
    5. Introduction of Homoeopathic Material Medical.


    6. Course 2
      1. Pharmacy, Homeopathic Pharmacy, Pharmacopoeia
      2. Sources, Collection and Preservation of Drug Substances.
      3. Homeopathic Dispensary
      4. Preparation of Homeopathic Medicine
      5. Homoeopathic Posology.
      6. List of Essential Drugs with Abbreviations.
      7. Study of Prescription and Abbreviations used in Prescription.
      8. Drugs and Cosmetic Acts Medicinal and Toilet Preparation Act.
      9. Duties and Responsibilities of a Dispenser.

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