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NCRM POLICY
 

1.      We shall follow the highest ethical, medical and legal guidelines prevailing at the time of execution of any research, training or clinical application protocol and continue to keep on updating our knowledge and systems by our own research as well as by interaction and exchange with like minded institutes with reputation, worldwide.

 

2.      We shall consider any breach in the health of a fellow human being as ours and always remember that such people deserve the highest priority of attention as they are the centre of any health care set up, and help the medical and paramedical personnel in providing them a care for cure with compassion.

 

Ethics Committees

NCRM has an Institutional Ethics Committee (IEC) constituted as per the guidelines of Indian council of Medical Research (ICMR) which will evaluate all our research projects and clinical applications. The IEC of NCRM consists of a retired judge, medical practitioners of various specialty, basic medical scientists, social worker, theologian, members from both gender, people of various walks of life are represented as per the ICMR norms. NCRM is also determined to transparently report to the higher authority like ICMR about the constitution and proceedings of the IEC.

 

As per the recent amendment of the ICMR, an Institutional Committee for Stem Cell Research and Therapy (IC-SCRT) has also been formed which meets periodically to evaluate our relevant activities.

 

 
   
 
*"Nichi" stands for Japan and "In" stands for India. This institute started on an Indo-Japan collaboration now has spreaded further with global alliances
 
 
   
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