Removal of Name from Register

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Chapter: Forensic Pharmacy : The Pharmacy Act, 1948

Subject to provisions of Section 36 of the Act, the Executive Committee may order for removal of name of a person from Register, after giving reasonable opportunity to person concerned, on following grounds:


Removal of Name from Register

Subject to provisions of Section 36 of the Act, the Executive Committee may order for removal of name of a person from Register, after giving reasonable opportunity to person concerned, on following grounds:

(i) A person whose name has been entered in the Register by error or an account of misrepresentation or suppression of fact,

(ii) A person who gives false information about himself/herself,

(iii) A person who submits false certificate or false document in support of his/her registration,

(iv) A person who is convicted of an offence in connection with his/ her profession,

(v) A person who was indirectly involved in commitment of professional offence and if it is proved that the offence was instigated or connived at by the registered pharmacist.

A person aggrieved by order of State Pharmacy Council for removal of name from Register may appeal to the State Government within one month and the order of the State Government upon such appeal shall be final.

A person whose name has been removed from the Register shall surrender forthwith his/her certificate of registration to the Registrar of SPC and the name so removed shall be published in the Official Gazette.

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