CMS diploma is known as diploma in Community Medical Service & Essential Drugs (CMS & ED). It is a diploma for Primary Health Care by general allopathic medicines which is recommended by World Health Organization (WHO) for primary health care. The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has given an order that CMS Diploma holders can give treatment for all diseases including infectious diseases.
This course is not for fresher students. This course is for those medical staff practitioners who have been working in a hospital or nursing home, etc., for about two to ten years. And if they want to open their own clinic somewhere else, then this course is for them. Such medical practitioners can open their own clinic after doing this course. After doing this course they are given a CMS & ED certificate after which they can practice 50 to 150 medicines in their clinic as a doctor.
Benefits Of The Course - After The Completion Of CMS ED Course, Candidates Will Be Able To Use Allopathic Drugs, Which Is Approved By WHO For After Opening His / Her Primary Health Care Centre In The Rural Area Of Whole Over India.
Note: Vocational Council Of Training Academy -Registration certificate, there will be no registration in MCI/DCI//State Medical Faculty or in the CMO office. But this certificate will be proof of your knowledge. The Verification of your Certificates will send by the COUNCIL to the enquiring authorities as executive of Health Department as CMO, Police, Media and Court etc.
10th or Higher, Rural Doctors RMP, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BSMS, BEMS, BNYS, BPT, DPT, B.Pharmacy, D. Pharmacy, DNYS, Degree/ Diploma in Alternative Medicines, Paramedical, Nursing, Naturopathy, Dental etc.
Benefit of course:
After completing the course of CMS diploma course anybody can start his/her medical practice in rural area and can use Allopathic Medicines recommended by World Health Organization (WHO) for Primary Health Care, as per the judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dated on 19th Feb. 2003.
Anatomy & Pathology, General Biology, Health & Hygiene, Health Education and Community Pharmacy, Patient Safety, Practice Of Medicine, Pharmacology & Practical (Project Based)
List of the general allopathic medicines (recommended by W.H.O)