Supreme Court strikes down Assam Rural Health Regulatory Authority Act which allowed diploma holders to treat certain diseases

The Court ruled that prescription of standards for higher education, authorities to recognise or de-recognise institutions etc. are areas over which exclusive legislative competence lies with parliament and not State.
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Gauhati High Court judgment which had struck down the Assam Rural Health Regulatory Authority Act of 2004 which allowed diploma holders to treat certain diseases [Baharul Islam v. Indian Medical Association].

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