Empowering Healthcare Professionals: A Comprehensive Course in Community Medical Service & Essential Drugs

Title: Empowering Healthcare Professionals: A Comprehensive Course in Community Medical Service & Essential Drugs


In an effort to address the pressing healthcare needs in rural areas across India, the Delhi Institute of Paramedical Science (DIPS) proudly introduces an 18-month program in Community Medical Service & Essential Drugs (Primary Health Care). This unique initiative includes 6 months of intensive training, complemented by video tutorials, offering a flexible schedule with classes held only on Sundays or through correspondence.



Admission to this program is open to individuals with a minimum qualification of 10th or 10+2, as well as those holding degrees in BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, BAMS(AM), RMP, or are employed as compounders, nurses, and registered RMP doctors in hospitals or nursing homes.


Upon successful completion of the CMS & ED course, candidates will gain the expertise to utilize WHO-approved allopathic drugs. Graduates will be empowered to establish their Primary Health Care Centers (PHC Centers) in rural areas throughout India, providing essential medical services. Additionally, opportunities for employment in both government and private hospitals await the successful participants.


The Delhi Institute of Paramedical Science, affiliated with the World Rural Medical Association in Geneva, Switzerland, prides itself on being the only institution to bring together highly qualified doctors from various disciplines, including allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, and paramedics, under one umbrella. Rooted in a rich history dating back to 1924, DIPS continues to uphold Mahatma Gandhi’s vision, collaborating with international organizations such as WHO, UNICEF, and the Government of India.


Recognized by the Indian Council for Alternative Medicine, DIPS has trained a record-breaking number of over 47,500 individuals in January 1998, making it the highest in the world. With sister organizations in several Asian and African countries, including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Ghana, and Vietnam, DIPS has also collaborated on specific projects with the Red Cross.


The course curriculum, in alignment with WHO guidelines, covers a range of essential drugs for primary health care. Upon successful completion, students gain the right to practice primary care using over 42 WHO-approved medicines in rural areas.


To facilitate the admission process, interested candidates are required to submit documents such as 10th or 10+2 mark sheets and certificates, passport-size photos, and a copy of the Aadhar card.

शीर्षक: स्वास्थ्य पेशेवरों को सशक्तिकरण: समुदायिक चिकित्सा सेवा और आवश्यक दवाएं


भारत के गाँवीण क्षेत्रों में प्राथमिक स्वास्थ्य सेवाओं की आवश्यकताओं का समाधान करने के लिए, दिल्ली पैरामेडिकल साइंस इंस्टीट्यूट (DIPS) गर्व से प्रस्तुत करता है – समुदायिक चिकित्सा सेवा और आवश्यक दवाएं (प्राथमिक स्वास्थ्य सेवा) का एक 18-माह का प्रोग्राम। इस अद्वितीय पहल में, एक्स्ट्रा क्लास के लिए 6 महीने की तात्कालिक प्रशिक्षण के साथ-साथ वीडियो ट्यूटरियल्स शामिल हैं, जो एक सुबह कक्षाएँ या पत्राचार माध्यम के माध्यम से कक्षाएँ रखने की सुविधा प्रदान करता है।


इस कार्यक्रम में प्रवेश के लिए 10वीं या 10+2 की उम्र तथा BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, BAMS(AM), RMP, या अस्पताल या नर्सिंग होमों में काम कर रहे कम्पाउण्डर, नर्स और पंजीकृत आर एम पी डॉक्टरों के लिए पात्रता है।


CMS & ED पाठ्यक्रम के सफल समापन के बाद, उम्मीदवार WHO द्वारा मान्यता प्राप्त एलोपैथिक दवाओं का उपयोग कर सकेंगे। सफल प्रतिभागियों को भारत के सम्पूर्ण गाँवीण क्षेत्रों में अपने प्राथमिक स्वास्थ्य केयर सेंटर (PHC सेंटर) खोलने के बाद यहां प्राथमिक चिकित्सा प्रदान करने का अधिकार होगा। साथ ही, सरकारी और निजी अस्पतालों में नौकरियों के लिए भी अवसर हैं।


दिल्ली पैरामेडिकल साइंस इंस्टीट्यूट, जेनेवा, स्विट्जरलैंड स्थित विश्व ग्रामीण मेडिकल एसोसिएशन से संबद्ध होने वाला एकमात्र संगठन है, जो विभिन्न शाखाओं के उच्च योग्यता वाले डॉक्टरों, जैसे कि एलोपैथी, आयुर्वेद, होम्योपैथी, यूनानी, और पैरामेडिक्स को एक साझा छाती के तहत लाने में गर्व है। 1924 में ब्रिटिश राज के दौरान महात्मा गांधी के मार्गदर्शन में दिल्ली सरकार के साथ स्थापित FSFC से सीधे उत्पन्न हुई इस संघ की ऐसी ही विशेषता है। प्रतिनिधित्व की संख्या दिन-प्रतिदिन बढ़ती जा रही है; यह जनवरी 1998 में 47,500 से अधिक है (विश्व में सबसे अधिक)। यह संघ

Essential Drugs for Primary Health Care (WHO-New Delhi):

1. Antacid

2. Anti-hemorrhoidal

3. Aspirin tablet

4. Whitfield ointment

5. Benzyl benzoate lotion

6. Calamine Lotion

7. Activated charcoal

8. Chloroquine tablet

9. Chlorpheniramine

10. Cetrimide & Chlorhexidine

11. Oral Pills

12. Ferrous Sulphate

13. Folic Acid

14. Gentian Violet Solution

15. Glycerine Suppository

16. Iodized Salt

17. Lysol Solution

18. Magnesium Trisilicate/ Alum. Hydroxide

19. Mebendazole Tablet

20. Oral Rehydration Salt

21. Paracetamol Tablets & syrup

22. Phenoxymenthyl Penicillin Tablet / Amoxicillin / Ampicillin

23. Simple Cough Cinctus

24. Tetracycline Eye Ointment

25. Vitamin A

26. Vitamin C

27. Atropine

28. Ephedrine

29. Ergometrine

30. Povidone – Iodine

31. Lindane

32. Piperazine

33. Codeine

34. Co-Trimazole

35. Ispaghula

36. Metronidazole

37. Primaquine

38. Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking soda)

39. Senna

40. Sulphadimidine

41. Vitamin B complex

42. Vitamin D


The program also covers common medical problems, providing participants with the knowledge on how to treat and when to refer cases to a doctor. Topics include anemia, breathlessness, constipation, contraception, cough, diarrhea, ear and eye problems, fever, HIV/AIDS, leprosy, malaria, pain, pediculosis, poisoning, sexually transmitted infections, snake-bites and insect stings, skin problems, tooth problems, tuberculosis, vomiting, wounds, burns, and shock.


This comprehensive course not only equips individuals with the skills to address healthcare challenges in rural areas but also opens doors to meaningful employment opportunities in the healthcare sector. Join us at DIPS and be a part of the transformative journey towards accessible and quality healthcare for all.

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