Do you know Doctors should prescribe drugs with generic names readable and preferably in capital letters?

Clause 1.5 of Indian Medical Council (Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Ethics) Regulations, 2002 prescribes that every Doctor should prescribe drugs with generic names Readable and preferably in capital letters and he/she shall ensure that there is a rational prescription and use of drug. Further, the erstwhile Medical Council of India had issued Circular dated 21.04.2017 vide which all the Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) have been directed to comply with the aforesaid provisions.

The MCI or the appropriate State Medical Councils have been empowered to take disciplinary action against a doctor for violation of the provision of the aforesaid Regulations. As and when complaints are received against the violation of code of ethics for doctors, such complaints are referred by MCI to the concerned State Medical Councils where the doctors/medical practitioners are registered.

Even Tele-Medicine Guidelines 2020; notified on 22nd May, 2020, do direct all the RMPs to use Generic Names of the drugs in capital letters on the prescription format as appended with the document.

Most people thinking about investing in stocks is a risky option. But in the long term, they produced better returns on any other security investment options.

COVID-19 Home Sample Collection Testing
- Medcare India Services, Visakhapatnam - Rapid Antigen, RT-PCR and pathology t

We are all trying hard to succeed in our life.  However, we are not able to find sufficient funds to start a business. Here a list of low investment small business ideas that can help you to succeed in your life 


- Vizag Goverment Support (Fulfils Reqeuests Obtained Upto 12 Noon) +919133896969
C&F Agents and Stockists
Remdesvir (Covifor)
M/s Somnath Medical: +91939310059
Vizag Blood Banks  
- NTR Blood Bank, Ramnagar: +918912565858
- Rotary Blood Bank, Jagdamba Plasm