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This will concern all homoeopaths in the state of Maharashtra, India - renewals of registration are due for all those with registration nos. 1 to almost 45,000.
Last date is 31st July, after which there is a fine of approx. Rs.3000/=
There is a renewal notice put up on their website (in Marathi) - http://www.mchmumbai.org
Download J form from their website. Take along the original first registration certificate, a xerox copy of the identity card they have issued to us, a bank demand draft of Rs.600/= in the name of The Registrar, Maharashtra Council of Homoeopathy, Mumbai and submit these to their Fort office in Mumbai.
Those who have not been issued an identity card yet have to carry along 4 passport sized photos and a demand draft of a larger amount (not sure what, please check their website).
This info has been given by a colleague who completed the renewal process recently.
Also, Dr. Pankaj Titar, son of the Deputy Director of the Council, has promised to get back with proper details asap. Watch this space!
Further update after a phone call with first source 🙂
The original registration certificate has to be taken along and they will return it after a month stamped at the back with the due date for next registration.
Hence in the interest of safety, please keep a colour photocopy of the certificate with you!!
Thanks to our kind council, we have one time - life time registration !!!!!!
Lucky you! Karnataka has the same one-time lifetime registration.
This 5 yearly renewal is a nuisance...the last time we had to renew it, despite several reminders to them, they kept telling us to wait and they would send us intimation letters.
This time, no intimation letters, just a small ad in Marathi newspapers (that most of us wouldn't see) and a renewal notice on their website (again, who visits their website regularly??). Luckily someone spotted it and then has been circulating the message. This is possibly a way to collect fines from a huge number of those who're left unaware...