When we launched this website in 2019, we were brought the domain for the acronym CCRH India as we beleived it represents our vision for building the “Central Consumer Resource for Helpful Information in India”.
But in few month we realized that it also stand for “Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy” and this domain was previously owned by same organization. Though, we are not connected to council in any manner and if you have landed on our website and looking for central council for India, you can visit their official website here.
Here is what previously on this page, in case you are looking for it –
|GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT|
To streamline research in Homoeopathy, a need of planned and organized research was strongly felt by the Government of India. As a result, the Central Council for Research in Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy (CCRIMH) was established in 1969 to carry out researches in Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani medicine, Yoga and Homoeopathy. The Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH), one of the successor organizations to the erstwhile CCRIMH was established as an autonomous organization, at New Delhi in 1978. Ever since, CCRH remains a unique organization engaged in various research studies in Homoeopathy .
Growth and Development
Over the years, CCRH had branched into 51 subordinate Institutes and Units functioning in different parts of the country.To improve the functioning of the research centers further and to ensure quality research, the Dept. of AYUSH has decided to consolidate the centers further, by merging the smaller units, in two phases, i.e. to consolidate to 24 centers in Phase – I and to 19 centers in Phase-II. In Phase -I, a number of Units have been merged with other Institutes or Units making it a total of 24 Institutes / Units at present as given below:
These Institutes and Units are carrying out researches in various aspects of Homoeopathy viz.