Updated: Sunday January 31, 2016/AlAhad Rabi' Thani 21, 1437/Ravivara Magha 11, 1937, at 02:55:40 AM
The Medical Qualifications (Information) Ordinance, 1960
ORDINANCE NO. IV OF 1960
[23rd February, 1960]
An Ordinance to provide for the furnishing of certain information by persons qualified in certain branches of medicine.
WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the furnishing of certain information by persons qualified in certain branches of medicine;
NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of the Proclamation of the seventh day of October, 1958, and in exercise of all powers enabling him in that behalf, the President is pleased to make and promulgate the following Ordinance:---
1. Short title, extent and commencement.___(1) This Ordinance may be called the Medicine Qualifications (Information) Ordinance, 1960.
extends to the whole of
(3) It shall come into force at once.
1[2. Definition. In this Ordinance, “Director-General” means the Director of Health Services of the Province.]
Liability to furnish information. All persons residing in
4. Period with in which to furnish information. ___ (1) The information required by section 3 shall be furnished by the person concerned so as to reach the Director-General within one month from the date of the promulgation of this Ordinance, or within such further period as the Director-General may, in special circumstances, allow.
1 Subs. by A.O., 1964, Art. 2 and Sch., for the original section 2.
(2) Persons who first qualify or add to their basic qualifications after the promulgation of this Ordinance shall furnish the information in respect thereof to the Director-General within one month of their first qualifying, or, as the case may be, adding to their basic qualifications, or within such further period as the Director-General may, in special circumstances , allow.
5. Penalty and procedure.___(1) Any person who, without sufficient cause, fails to furnish the information required under this Ordinance shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one month, or with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees, or with both.
(2) No. Court shall take cognizance of an offence punishable under this Ordinance save on a complaint in writing made by or under the authority of the Director-General.
THE FIRST SCHEDULE
(See section 3)
(1) Persons holding qualifications in allopathic medicine;
(2) Qualified Dentists;
(3) Nurses, Nursing Orderlies;
(4) Health Visitors, Midwives and Assistant Midwives;
(5) Sanitary Inspectors, Malaria Inspector, Health Assistants;
(6) Dispensers, Compounders, Pharmacists;
(7) Physiotherapists, Masseurs, Physio-therapy technicians;
(8) X-ray and hospital laboratory technician, and medical instrument repair technicians.
THE SECOND SCHEDULE
[Vide section 3, 1[Medical Qualifications (Information) Ordinance, 1960]]
1. Name in full (in block
2. Father’s Name:
3. Home Address:
4. Present Address:
5. Age with year of birth:
7. Male or Female:
8. Marital status :
9. Nationality (If not Pakistani, please state length of residence):
10. Educational Qualifications:
11. Professional Basic Qualification:
12. Professional Post-Graduate Qualifications (with year and place of qualification);
13. Specialty, if any: ,
Radiologist, etc., etc.
1 Subs. and shall be deemed always to have been so subs, by the Repealing and Amending Ordinance, 1961, (1 of 1961), s. 3 and 2nd Sch., for “Medical Personnel (Information) Ordinance, 1960.
14. Occupational Record.
(a) If in employment.
Authority under Pay Date of Joining. Date of leaving.
(b) If not in employment.
The information recorded above is correct to the best of my knowledge.