Bangladesh Veterinary Practitioners Ordinance, 1982 The law enacted to create new laws in response to the requirements of time, considering its provisions.
Since the passage of Article 4 of the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh on the approval and support of the ordinances issued by the military decree from March 12 to November 7, by the Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 27 (Act No. 8 of 24). No. 8/21 is unconstitutional in military judgment in the judgment given by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court Mbidhanika ghosanapurbaka validation provider of the Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1986 (Act No.1 of 1986) has annulled due to loss of function of the ordinances; And
since the ordinance of Act 26, some of those Ordinances have been kept in force; And
Since, after reviewing the requirements and relevance of such ordinances, the considered ordinances have taken the opinion of all stakeholders and all the ministries and departments, and the Government has decided to make new laws in Bengal in response to the demands of time for necessary correction and refinement; And
, in light of the Government’s aforementioned decisions, it is expedient and necessary to make new laws in response to the needs of the period in view of its provisions, repealing Bangladesh Veterinary Practitioners Ordinance, 1982 (Ordinance No. XXX of 1982);
Therefore, the law is hereby made as follows: –
Short title and introduction
- (3) This Act shall be called Bangladesh Veterinary Council Act, 20.
(2) It shall be effective immediately.
- Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, under this Act –
(1) “Council” means the Bangladesh Veterinary Council established under section 4;
(2) “Executive Committee” means the Executive Committee constituted under section 4;
(3) “prescribed” means the rules or, as the case may be, determined by regulations;
(4) “Exit Registration” means the Exit Registration of Veterinary Practitioners and Parvats reserved by the Council;
(4) “registered paravet” means any paravet registered by the Council;
(4) “registered veterinary practitioner” means any veterinary practitioner registered by the Council;
(4) “Professional misconduct” means the failure or neglect to perform any professional duty entrusted by this Act, Rules, Regulations or any policy issued on professional matters or any misconduct determined by the Council by regulations;
(3) “regulation” means the regulations made under this Act;
(4) “animal” means all animals except humans;
(4) “paravet” means a person who has passed the secondary school certificate examination in the Department of Science, including biology, for a period of at least three (three) years from any institution recognized by the Government;
(4) “Rule” means the rules made under this Act;
(12) “Veterinary” means the matters relating to the production, health, disease prevention and treatment, management, etc. of domestic or internationally recognized animals in veterinary education and profession;
(4) “Veterinary” means a person who has earned a bachelor’s degree in veterinary education from a university or veterinary institution recognized by the government;
(4) “Veterinary institution” means any university or institution established under a law which administers veterinary education and thereby offers a degree, diploma or training;
(4) “Veterinary practice” means the treatment of animals, growth and protection, diagnosis, disease control and suppression, extension activities, quality control of animal and animal products, quarantine, research, artificial breeding, public health, education on veterinary and Provide training or counseling;
(4) “Veterinary education” means any degree, diploma or training mentioned in the subject of animal production, health, disease prevention, treatment, management and so on;
(4) “Registrar” means the Registrar of the Council;
(4) “Member” means any member of the Council;
(4) “President” means the President of the Council; And
(20) “Vice-President” means the Vice-President of the Council.
- The provisions of this Act shall prevail, no matter what is different from any other law for the time being.
Establishment of the Council
- (1) The Bangladesh Veterinary Council established under the Bangladesh Veterinary Practitioners Ordinance, 1982 (Ordinance No. XXX of 1982) shall be deemed to have been established under this Act as Bangladesh Veterinary Council.
(2) The Council shall be a statutory body and shall have a permanent continuity and a general seal, and subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall have the power to acquire, hold and transfer property, both immovable and immovable, and may file a suit in its own name. It will also be prosecuted.
Management and administration
- (3) The management and administration of the Council shall be vested on a working committee and the executive committee may exercise and exercise all powers authorized by the Council.
(2) The Executive Committee shall be responsible to the Council in exercising its powers and performing its functions and shall, from time to time, follow the directions and orders given by the Council.
Council formation, etc.
- (3) The Council shall consist of the following members, namely: –
(a) the Director General, Directorate of Livestock;
(B) the Director General, Directorate of Drug Administration;
(C) three (one) representatives of the rank of Additional Joint Secretary nominated by the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock;
(D) one (1) senior veterinarian working in the said Directorate designated by the Department of Livestock;
(E) Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University;
(F) Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University;
(G) (e) and (f) two (two) registered veterinarians nominated by the Government from among the Deans of any University other than the University mentioned in the Veterinary Affairs;
(H) one (1) Deputy Attorney General nominated by the Attorney General of Bangladesh;
(I) 4 (one) members of the Remote Veterinary and Farm Corps of the qualified Defense Force recognized by the Ministry of Defense in respect of veterinarians;
(J) President, Bangladesh Veterinary Association;
(K) two (two) veterinary practitioners nominated by the Government from among the Veterinary Practitioners, of which 1 (one) shall be female;
(L) a registered veterinary practitioner elected from each administrative section of Bangladesh in the prescribed manner; And
(e) the Registrar, who shall also be its Member-Secretary.
(2) The members of the council referred to in sub-section (1) shall elect from among them one (one) president and 1 (one) vice-president of the council.
(3) An election under sub-section (2) shall be held in the manner prescribed by the Council.
(4) The Council shall have a term of four (four) years and the President and Vice-President of the Council shall be elected for that term:
provided that the Council shall perform its duties until the next Council is constituted.
(3) Before the expiry of the term mentioned in sub-section (1), the Government may, at any time, exempt the President or Vice-President or, in the case of both, the public interest from his or her office:
provided that the President is exempt from such exemption. Or the Vice-President must provide notice of the reason.
(4) If the president is relieved under sub-section (1) or his resignation is received under sub-section (1), the vice-president shall serve as president for the remaining term.
(4) If both the President and the Vice-President are relieved or their posts vacant under sub-section (1), the members of the Council shall elect from among themselves one (1) president and 1 (one) vice-president, He will perform his duties during the remaining tenure.
(3) The President, Vice-President and any member of the Council may resign at any time in a signed letter to the Government and the relevant post shall be vacant from the date of resignation of the Government.
(3) The members nominated and elected under sub-section (1) and (l) of sub-section (1) shall remain in office for a period of four (four) years from the date of their nomination or election:
provided that the nominating authority shall At any time before the expiry of the term, any member nominated or elected shall be exempted from membership in the public interest.
(3) If a quorum crisis occurs at a meeting of the Council due to the vacancy of a member under sub-section (1) or (1), the Government may, following the provisions of this Act, appoint a vacant post and the members appointed thereafter shall remain in office for the remaining term of the Council. Be held.
Powers and functions of the Council
- For the purpose of this Act, the powers and functions of the Council shall be as follows: –
(a) Registration and Certification of Veterinary Practitioners and Parvats, and cancel, control and preserve their legal rights and privileges;
(B) conducting research on the quality control, development, expansion and expansion of the field of veterinary education, profession and services;
(C) formulating, supervising, implementing policies on professional matters of veterinary practitioners;
(D) prescribing guidelines and conditions for admission to veterinary education courses;
(E) formulating curriculum for veterinary education courses, standardization of degrees, formulating internship policies;
(F) accreditation for conducting veterinary education activities;
(G) to evaluate and acknowledge the equivalence of any degree or diploma awarded by a foreign veterinary institution to a veterinary subject;
(H) to improve the skills of veterinary practitioners, to create specialized knowledge opportunities or to take training in related matters;
(I) to formulate action plans for the efficiency of Veterinarians;
(J) to determine the registration and certification fees, renewal fees and any other fees recognized under this Act;
(K) to take legal action against any veterinary practitioners and paravets for misconduct; And
(l) to perform the auxiliary functions as may be required by law for the purposes of this Act.
Meeting of the Council
- (4) Subject to other provisions of this section, the Council may determine the procedure of its meeting.
(2) The meetings of the Council shall be held at the date, time and place set by the President.
(3) There shall be at least two (two) meetings of the Council annually.
(3) The President shall preside over all meetings of the Council and in his absence the Vice-President of the Council shall preside over the meeting.
(3) The quorum of the council meeting shall be constituted in the presence of an additional one-third of the members of the council, but no quorum shall be required in the case of adjournment meetings.
(3) All decisions of the Council shall be made by a majority vote of the members present at the meeting, but in the case of equality of votes, the person presiding at the meeting shall have the power to cast a second or decisive vote.
(4) Only the vacancy in the post of a member of the Council or the error in the formation of the Council shall not invalidate any of the proceedings or proceedings of the Council, nor shall any decision be taken in connection with it.
- (3) An Advisory Committee of the Council shall consist of the following members, namely:
(a) the Minister or the Minister, the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, who shall also be its President;
(B) two (two) MPs nominated by the Speaker of the Jatiya Sangsad shall have 1 (one) female Parliamentarian in the center;
(C) the Secretary, Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock;
(D) Of the registered Veterinarians, subject to consultation with the Council, four (four) members nominated by the Government, who shall be—
(i) 1 (one) former President of the Bangladesh Veterinary Council;
(Ii) 1 or one (1) Vice-Chancellor or one (1) Dean of the Veterinary Faculty working at the University;
(E) one (1) retired director general of the directorate of livestock; And
(1) 1 (one) former president of the Bangladesh Veterinary Association.
(2) The Member-Secretary of the Council shall provide secretarial support to the Advisory Committee.
(3) An advisory committee meeting shall be held at least 3 (one) times per year.
(3) The Council may, from time to time, receive advice and guidance from the Advisory Committee for the improvement of the overall activities and quality of services of the Veterinary Council.
(4) The quorum of the meeting shall be constituted in the presence of an additional one-third member of the advisory committee, but no quorum shall be required in the case of adjournment meeting.
(4) The Advisory Committee shall have a term of four (four) years and the members shall perform their duties during that term.
(3) Any member of the Advisory Committee may resign his office in a signed letter for the purpose of the Chairman of the Executive Committee.
Executive Committee, etc.
- (3) The Council shall have a working committee.
(2) The Executive Committee shall consist of a total of 5 (five) members, including the President of the Council, the Vice-President, and three (three) members elected by the Council.
(4) The President of the Council shall be the Vice-President, ex officio, the Chairman and Vice-President of the Executive Committee.
(3) All proceedings performed by the Executive Committee shall be submitted for approval at the next meeting of the Council.
- (3) The Council shall appoint 5 (one) registrars, with the prior approval of the Government, to carry out its duties properly.
(2) The Registrar shall be the Chief Executive of the Council.
(3) The terms of appointment and employment of the Registrar shall be fixed by the Government.
- The Council may appoint the required number of employees, subject to the organizational structure approved by the Government, in order to carry out its duties, and their terms of service shall be determined by regulations.
Formation of committees
- For the purpose of this Act, the Council may constitute one or more committees to determine the functioning of its functions and determine the duties and functions of such committees.
Veterinary education activities are prohibited without the council’s approval
- A veterinary education institution may not undertake veterinary education activities, prepare curriculum, conduct courses, provide training or provide any such certificate, degree or diploma without the approval of the Council.
Recognition of Veterinary Education
- (4) An institution granting a certificate of qualification for veterinary education in Bangladesh must apply in the prescribed manner to the Council for the recognition of Veterinary Education.
(2) Within 5 (sixty) days of receipt of an application under sub-section (1), the Council shall, in the light of the criteria and policies prescribed for this purpose, recognize the veterinary education of the said institution if it is eligible, and, if disqualified, reject the application for thirty (thirty) days. Will notify the concerned organization within.
(3) If an institution is recognized under sub-section (2), the Council shall publish a list at the beginning of each academic year, specifying the name, degree of the institution and the date of accreditation.
(4) A person having a degree or diploma in veterinary education based outside Bangladesh should apply to the Council for the purpose of obtaining the degree or diploma recognition under this Act.
(3) If the degree earned outside Bangladesh in accordance with sub-section (1) is recognized by the Council or similar body of the concerned country, the applicant shall participate in the examination prescribed by the Council, and upon passing such examination, the Council shall recognize the applicant’s degree.
Revocation of recognition of veterinary education
- (3) If it appears to the Council that the Veterinary Institution has –
(a) the quality of the syllabus or the examination conducted by it, below the prescribed criteria; Or
(b) if any order, direction or policy given by the Government and the Council is not properly complied
with, the Council may, with the necessary comment, provide notice of the matter to the Institute, within the time specified by it.
(2) On receipt of notice from the concerned veterinary institution in the context of the notice given under sub-section (1), or if the concerned institution fails to provide an explanation within the specified time, the Council shall, subject to the necessary inquiry, withdraw the recognition of the education of the respective veterinary institution. Can do
Veterinary practice is prohibited except for registration and certification
- Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being, no person shall be allowed to practice veterinary practice or to identify himself as a veterinary practitioner or veterinary practitioner without registration and certification under this Act.
- (3) Prior to the issuance of registration of Veterinary Practitioners and Parvets, the Council may, under this Act, take a validation test in the prescribed manner on vocational education and skills.
(2) The examination procedure and answer sheet referred to in sub-section (1) shall be conducted in the manner prescribed by the Council.
Registration of Veterinary Practitioners, etc.
- (4) An individual must apply to the Council for registration as a Veterinary Practitioner in a prescribed manner with regard to the educational qualification certificate on veterinarians with a degree recognized under serial numbers 1 and 2 or sub-section (1) of section 4 and subject to payment of fees.
(2) Upon receipt of an application under sub-section (1), the Council shall –
(a) examine the information mentioned in the application in the light of the criteria and principles prescribed and if any examination under section 4 is made, then the said test shall be made as a veterinary practitioner. Register the person; And
(b) if the applicant is ineligible to register, he shall not register, and the application is rejected: he shall notify the applicant of the reasons mentioned.
(3) The Council shall include the names of Veterinary Practitioners registered under sub-section (2) and the necessary information thereof in a register and shall publish and preserve it.
(4) The Registered Veterinary Practitioner shall renew its registration in a prescribed manner every 5 (four) years.
(4) If a registered veterinary practitioner acquires any additional educational qualification or certificate in the veterinary practice, the council shall include such qualification against his / her name in the registration register in respect of his application.
(4) The register of registration shall be deemed to be a Government document under the Evidence Act, 1872 (Act No. I of 1872).
Certificate issuance, etc.
- (3) The Council shall issue certificates in the prescribed manner to the veterinary practitioners registered under section 4 and to the parvets registered under section 25.
(2) Registration of veterinary practitioners registered under Bangladesh Veterinary Practitioners Ordinance, 1982 before the commencement of this Act shall be deemed to be a certificate issued under this section.
(3) Unless the rules, regulations, rules and regulations are framed, the Council may issue necessary orders in the notification of the Government Gazette regarding the issuance of certificates.
Publication of the list of registered veterinary practitioners
- The Registrar shall publish an updated list of official Veterinary Practitioner’s names, addresses, recognized educational qualifications and the date of such qualification in the Veterinary Registration and the website of the Council every year.
Duties and Duties of a Registered Veterinary Practitioner, etc.
- Registered Veterinary Practitioners shall carry out the duties and duties set by the regulations in accordance with the ethics.
Privileges of Registered Veterinary Practitioners
- (4) Only registered veterinary practitioners shall be eligible to be appointed to any post of veterinary affairs in a veterinary institution, hospital, medicine and food related institution or animal sanctuary operated by a government, semi-governmental, autonomous, non-governmental or a local authority.
(2) A registered veterinary practitioner may use the title “doctor” or “doctor” with their names and may receive a fee specified by the Council for the services rendered thereunder.
(4) Where a veterinary health certificate or other veterinary certificate is required to be signed or ratified under any law for the time being in force, only the registered veterinary practitioner may sign or ratify such.
Acknowledging the teaching of paravats
- (4) A paravat qualifying a veterinary education officer from a veterinary institution, who wishes to use his training or diploma, must be recognized by the Council under this Act.
(2) An institution shall apply in the prescribed manner to the Council for recognition of its training or diploma education.
(3) Upon receipt of an application under sub-section (2), the Council may, in the light of the criteria and policies prescribed for such purpose, recognize.
(4) If an institution is recognized under sub-section (1), the Council shall publish a list at the beginning of each academic year, specifying the name of the institution, the name of the diploma or training.
Registration of paravets, etc.
- (4) If a person wishes to be registered as a paravet, he / she must apply to the Council in the prescribed manner and with payment of fees as prescribed in Annexure No. 1 of the Schedule.
(2) Upon receipt of an application under sub-section (1), the Council shall, in the prescribed manner, issue a registration certificate to the applicant in the prescribed manner, if deemed appropriate in the light of the prescribed norms and policies.
(3) The Council shall include the names of the paravets registered under sub-section (2) and the necessary information thereof in a register and shall publish and preserve it.
(4) The registered paravat shall renew its registration every 5 (four) years in a prescribed manner.
Services provided by paravat
- Registered and certified paravets may provide the following services under the supervision and direction of the Registered Practitioner, namely: –
(a) First Aid for alleviation of animal suffering or pain relief;
(C) artificial breeding;
(D) erosion by birdies;
(F) other services as may be prescribed by the Council, by notification in the Official Gazette; And
(g) any related service as may be specified by the Government from time to time.
The use of the title “doctor” or “doctor” is prohibited by paravat
- No parvet can identify himself as a veterinary doctor or use the title “doctor” or “doctor” before his name.
Investigation of complaints, etc.
- (4) If a complaint of professional misconduct is registered against a registered veterinarian or paravet, the Council shall, on time, give notice to the concerned Veterinary Practitioner or Parvet to show cause for the complaint brought against him.
(2) If the reply to the notice under sub-section (1) is not satisfactory or the truth of the allegation is initially proved, the Council shall constitute an inquiry committee consisting of three (three) members to investigate the complaint.
(3) The Investigation Committee constituted under sub-section (2) shall investigate the truth of the allegations brought forward and may interrogate any person, including the complainant, or give notice to any person concerned to appear as a witness or to transmit any documents or information, if required to be investigated. Can do
(3) If the allegation brought by the Investigation Committee under sub-section (2) is proved, the Investigation Committee considers the nature of the complaint against the accused veterinary practitioner or the parvet and recommends to the Council to cancel its registration and certify, suspend, warn, or impose administrative penalties. Will submit
(4) If the complaint is not proved in the investigation, the Committee shall submit a report to the Council with the recommendation of the accused Veterinary Practitioner or Parvet to be exempted from the charge.
(3) The person under notice under sub-section (1) shall be obliged to provide assistance to the Committee.
Suspension and cancellation of registration and certification of veterinary practitioners or paravets
- (3) The Council may, upon recommendation under sub-section (1) of section 20, impose administrative penalties on the Veterinary Practitioner or the Parvets for warning or forbidding them from practicing for a specified time or canceling their registration and certification temporarily.
(2) The Council may, upon receipt of the procedure and fees prescribed by the regulations, reinstate the registration and certificate canceled under sub-section (1).
Recognition of private veterinary clinics, diagnostic centers, etc.
- (4) If any person or institution wishes to operate a veterinary clinic, service center, food and medicine related institution, animal clinic, breeding institution, animal rehabilitation center or diagnostic center for commercial need, he should apply to the Council in the prescribed manner for recognition.
(2) The Council may, in view of the application received under sub-section (1), may, with the prior approval of the Government, approve the management of the requested institution in the prescribed manner and standard.
(3) The Council shall include in the register a list of names, particulars of the institution recognized under sub-section (2) and the necessary information thereof, and shall publish and preserve its list.
Withdraw recognition of private veterinary clinic, diagnostic center, etc.
- (4) If it appears to the Council that any private veterinary clinic, service center, food and medicine institution, animal zoo, reproductive institution, animal rehabilitation center or diagnostic center –
(a) the quality of service provided is determined by the Council. ; or
(b) any order made by the government and the Council, duly explicit instructions or guidelines Not being ipalita,
the Council, tadakartrka within the specified time, may send a notice to explain to the concerned institution.
(2) In the event of an explanation received from the concerned institution in the context of the notice sent under sub-section (1), or if the concerned institution fails to provide an explanation within the specified time, the Council may, with the necessary inquiry, withdraw the approval of the concerned institution in the prescribed manner.
Appeal against the decision not to grant registration by the council or to withdraw from the registration register
- (3) A person or institution aggrieved by an order, direction or decision given under Sections 1, 5, 9, 25 may file an appeal in the prescribed manner to the Government within 3 (thirty) days of receiving the order.
(2) The Government may constitute a committee for the disposal of the appeal filed under sub-section (1).
(3) An application filed under sub-section (1) must be settled within 5 (ninety) days of its receipt.
Seek out information about the syllabus and tests, etc.
- (3) The Council may summon the curriculum, examination procedures, training and other related information from a veterinary institution.
(2) Under sub-section (1), the concerned institution shall be obliged to provide the information sought to the Council.
- An employee empowered by the Council may inspect any veterinary institution or the curriculum, examination procedures, training and other related activities undertaken by the Council and submit the inspection report to the Registrar.
Penalty for practicing veterinary practice without registration and certification
- If a person practices veterinary practice without registration and certification, he or she will be considered guilty under this Act and shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term not exceeding three (three) years or a fine not exceeding two (two) lakh rupees.
Penalty for conducting veterinary education activities without the approval of the Council
- (3) If an organization conducts veterinary education activities without the approval of the Council, it shall be deemed to be a crime under this Act and shall be deemed to have been committed by the owner, director, manager, secretary, or any other employee of the organization who has no direct involvement with the crime. The accused person can prove that the crime was an unknowable crime And it was the best he has tried to prevent.
(2) The offense committed under sub-section (1) shall be punishable with a maximum of two (two) years imprisonment or a fine not exceeding five (five) lakh rupees, or both, and if the offense continues, the fine shall be punishable by a fine of Tk. Shall be
Penalty for operating privately veterinary clinics, diagnostic centers, etc. without council approval
- (4) If a person or organization operates a private veterinary clinic, service center, food and medicine affiliate, animal zoo, breeding affiliate, animal rehabilitation center or diagnostic center without receiving recognition under section 4, it is considered a crime under this Act. And the mother of such an organization has direct involvement with crime However, director, manager, secretary or other employee shall be deemed to have committed that offense, unless the accused can prove that the offense was committed without his knowledge and that he exercised all due diligence to prevent it.
(2) The offense committed under sub-section (1) shall be punishable with a maximum of two (two) years imprisonment or a fine not exceeding five (five) lakh rupees, or both, and if the offense continues, the fine shall be punishable by a fine of Tk. Will be
Penalty for seeking false or fraud
- (3) No person shall –
(a) introduce himself or herself as a veterinary practitioner or paravat without being registered;
(B) fraudulently registering as a veterinary practitioner or taking the initiative to register;
(C) fraudulently used any words, words or expressions in the name of the registered practitioner with his name, surname;
(D) taking refuge in lying or deception as a veterinary practitioner or paravete;
(E) using the title of Doctor or “Dr.” with his name, unless he is a registered veterinary practitioner; Or
(F) if he becomes a parvet, or introduces himself as a veterinary practitioner, or uses the title “doctor” before his name, shall be treated as an offense under this Act and shall be punishable by a term not exceeding one (one) year. ) Thousands will be punishable with fines or both penalties.
(2) A person assisting in committing a crime under sub-section (1) shall be punishable with the punishment mentioned in sub-section (1).
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, the Council shall have a fund, called the Bangladesh Veterinary Council Fund, and shall collect money from the following sources, namely: –
(a) a grant from the Government;
(B) the registration, certification and other fees received under this Act;
(C) investment and property returns;
(D) grants received from any local or foreign development aid agency with the prior approval of the Government;
(E) grants made by a local authority; And
(f) money received from its own income or any other valid source.
(2) With the prior approval of the Government, the funds shall be deposited in the name of the Council in any of the investigating banks or may be invested in the profitable sectors of any other institution of the Government.
(4) The funds and the invested money shall be maintained in the manner prescribed by the rules:
Provided that the funds and investment funds shall be governed by the Council in a certain manner until the rules are made.
Explanation. – “Proposal Bank” means the Scheduled Bank defined in Article 2 (j) of Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (President’s Order No. 127 of 1972).
(4) From the fund, necessary expenditure of the Council may be made in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Government.
Formation of welfare funds
- The Council may, in the prescribed manner, formulate a welfare fund and adopt a joint insurance policy for the welfare of its employees and registered veterinary practitioners, registered parvates and their families.
Collecting fees, etc.
- (4) The Council may, in the prescribed manner, collect fees, issue certificates, renew the certificates or any other service, as may be prescribed by rules.
(2) The Council may, from time to time, determine the fees fixed under sub-section (1) by notification of the Official Gazette:
provided that the fee prescribed in sub-section (1) may be ordered by the prior approval of the Council Government, unless the rules are made. Can earn.
Taking the offense to justice
- No offense shall be taken by any court except the complaint filed by an employee or person authorized by the Council if any offense is committed under this Act.
Executability and security of crime
- Offenses under this Act shall be non-cognizable and bailable.
Application of Mobile Court Act, 20
- The mobile court may impose penalties for any offense committed under this Act, subject to the provisions of the Mobile Court Act, 20 (Act 6 of 27), except for any other law which is currently in force.
- (3) The Council shall, in the time prescribed by the Government, submit to the approval of the Government a budget specifying the probable income and expenditure of each fiscal year and the amount of money required from the Government in that fiscal year.
(2) In the preparation of such budget, the schedule and procedures prescribed by the Government shall be followed.
Accounting and Auditing
- (3) The Council shall, in the manner prescribed by the Government, preserve its accounts in due course and shall prepare an annual statement of accounts.
(2) The Auditor General and the Registrar of Bangladesh, hereinafter referred to as the Auditor General, shall audit the Council’s account every year and submit a copy of the Audit Report to the Government and Council.
(3) If any objection is raised in the audit report referred to in sub-section (2), the Council shall take immediate action to resolve it.
(3) For the purposes of audit under sub-section (2), the Auditor General or any person authorized by him for such purpose may examine all records, documents, documents, cash or bank deposits, securities, deposits and other property of the Council. And the Chairman, Vice-President or any member of the Council Executive Committee or any employee or any other person concerned Who can interrogate?
- (3) The Council shall submit to the Government a report containing the details of its activities for the period of 1 (one) year ending on December 3, each year before June 5.
(2) The Government may, at any time, request a report or statement from the Council on any matter thereof, and the Council shall be obliged to provide it to the Government.
- The registrars and employees of the Council shall be deemed to be public servants, as defined in section 21 of the Penal Code, 1860 (Act No. XLV of 1860).
Revision of the criteria
- The Council may, with the prior approval of the Government, amend the schedule by notification in the Official Gazette.
Executing the contract
- For the purpose of the Act, the Council may, with the prior approval of the Government, execute an agreement with any local or foreign development aide.
Ability to make rules
- For the purpose of this Act, the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules.
Ability to make regulations
- For the purpose of this Act, the Council may, with the prior approval of the Government, make rules by notification in the Official Gazette, in compliance with this Act or Rule.
- In the event of any ambiguity or difficulty in implementing any provision of this Act, the Government may, by executive order, remove any such ambiguity or difficulty in conformity with the provisions of this Act.
Cancellation and custody
- (4) Bangladesh Veterinary Practitioners Ordinance, 1982 (Ordinance No. XXX of 1982), hereinafter referred to as the Ordinance, hereby repealed.
(2) Notwithstanding the repeal under sub-section (1), under the said Ordinance—
(a) a council constituted under section 3 shall continue as if such council had been constituted under this Act;
(B) all registered veterinary practitioners shall be deemed to be registered under this Act;
(C) all acts or acts performed shall be deemed to have been done or taken under this Act;
(D) any action taken or any proceeding taken shall be disposed of as if it were adopted or initiated under this Act;
(E) any rules, regulations, any notices issued, any orders or notices issued shall be subject to compliance with this Act and will remain in force until repealed or amended under this Act.
(4) With the termination of the said Ordinance, the Bangladesh Veterinary Council established under the said Ordinance shall –
(a) all the assets, rights, powers, powers, benefits, funds, immovable and immovable properties, cash and bank deposits, all other claims. Bangladesh Veterinary Council established under section 4, then referred to as the Council, its assets, rights, powers, and all rights, register, records and other documents. Status, benefits and immovable and immovable property, money, claims and rights, accounts, registers, records and documents;
(B) any lawsuit or legal proceeding filed against or on behalf of that Council shall be deemed to be a case or legal proceeding filed by or against the Council;
(C) All employees shall be treated as employees of the Council and shall continue to be employed and, in the case of the Council, on the same terms as they are employed in the service immediately before the commencement of this Act, unless they change according to the provisions of this Act;
(D) The Registrar shall be deemed to have been appointed as the Registrar under this Act, and shall continue to be employed and served on the same conditions until the conditions under which he has been employed and worked before the commencement of this Act.
Publish translated text in English
- (3) After the introduction of this Act, the Government shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, publish an Authentic English Text translated into English in this Act.
(2) In the case of a dispute between Bengali and English text, the Bengali text shall prevail.