National Integrated Medical Association

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The National Integrated Medical Association (NIMA) is an Indian non-governmental organisation of general practitioners educated in integrated system of medicine which includes study of Modern Medicine and knowledge of ayurveda/unani/siddha with scientific approach.[1]

NIMA is officially established in 1971 with the motive to promote scientific integration of Modern Medicine & Ancient Indian Medicine i.e. ayurveda/unani/siddha.[1]

NIMA is registered in The Office of Charity Commissioner, Brihan Mumbai Region, with registration no. F 2469

First meeting[edit]

The first meeting of the NIMA Central Council was held at Delhi on 6-4-1969 which elected P N Awasthi (Bombay) as the president and K S Potdar (Delhi) as the General Secretary of NIMA. There is one more information about the first meeting of NIMA which happened in Gwalior in 1964.

Activities and achievements[edit]

National Integrated Medical Association has strongly protested against [1] Union Health Ministry & MCI's proposal to start new three & half years course (BRMS) for rural health.


  1. ^ a b "Registered Ayush practitioners not quacks: NIMA". The New Indian Express. 6 December 2016. Retrieved 7 May 2017. 

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