November 28, 2023

Pharmacy act 1948

Pharmacy act 1948

Act ID: 194808
Act Number: 08
Enactment Date: 1948-03-04
Act Year: 1948
Short Title: The Pharmacy Act, 1948
Long Title: An Act to regulate the profession of pharmacy.
Ministry: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department: Department of Health and Family Welfare
Enforcement Date: 04-03-1948
Notification: States Governments Notifications

Chapters of Pharmacy Act 1948

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER II
THE PHARMACY COUNCIL OF INDIA

CHAPTER III
STATE PHARMACY COUNCILS

CHAPTER IV
REGISTRATION OF PHARMACISTS

CHAPTER V
MISCELLANEOUS


Sections of Pharmacy Act 1948

Section 1.  Short title, extent and commencement.
Section 2.  Interpretation.
Section 3.  Constitution and composition of Central Council.
Section 4.  Incorporation of Central Council.
Section 5.  President and Vice-President of Central Council.
Section 6.  Mode of elections.
Section 7.  Term of office and casual vacancies.
Section 8.  Staff, remuneration and allowances.
Section 9.  The executive committee.
Section 9A.  Other Committees.
Section 10.  Education Regulations.
Section 11.  Application of Education Regulations to States.
Section 12.  Approved courses of study and examinations.
Section 13.  Withdrawal of approval.
Section 14.  Qualifications granted outside the territories to which this Act extends.
Section 15.  Mode of declarations.
Section 15A.  The Central Register.
Section 15B.  Registration in the Central Register.
Section 16.  Inspection.
Section 17.  Information to be furnished.
Section 17A.  Accounts and audit.
Section 18.  Power to make regulations.
Section 19.  Constitution and composition of State Councils.
Section 20.  Inter-State agreements.
Section 21.  Composition of Joint State Councils.
Section 22.  Incorporation of State Councils.
Section 23.  President and Vice-President of State Council.
Section 24.  Mode of elections.
Section 25.  Term of office and casual vacancies.
Section 26.  Staff, remuneration and allowances.
Section 26A.  Inspection.
Section 27.  The Executive Committee.
Section 28.  Information to be furnished.
Section 29.  Preparation and maintenance of register.
Section 30.  Preparation of first register.
Section 31.  Qualifications for entry on first register.
Section 32.  Qualifications for subsequent registration.
Section 32A.  Special provisions for registration of certain persons.
Section 32B.  Special provisions for registration of displaced persons, repatriates and other persons.
Section 33.  Scrutiny of applications for registration.
Section 34.  Renewal fees.
Section 35.  Entry of additional qualifications.
Section 36.  Removal from register.
Section 37.  Restoration to register.
Section 38.  Bar of other jurisdiction.
Section 39.  Issue of duplicate certificates of registration.
Section 40.  Printing of register and evidentiary value of entries therein.
Section 41.  Penalty for falsely claiming to be registered.
Section 42.  Dispensing by unregistered persons.
Section 43.  Failure to surrender certificate of registration.
Section 44.  Payment of part of fees to Central Council.
Section 45.  Appointment of Commission of Enquiry.
Section 46.  Power to make rules.

Suggested readings


d and c, schedule in pharmaceutical jurisprudence, d and c act 1940 mcq,pharmaceutical jurisprudence

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