High Priority Notice

Dear Member, 

Security Notice: Please be aware of fraudulent conduct

We have recently been made aware of widespread fraudulent activity happening with regards to the Allied healthcare council registration in India.

IARC Office recently learned that unauthorized individuals or entities are asking our members and RT students to register in the council by paying a registration fee of INR 12000/-.
We want to make sure that this is a fake organization, the Government of India, and the office of the joint secretary of the AHP section on MoHFW has taken appropriate actions to block them based on reports and issued the orders.
The registration form they circulate is displayed below for your information, and the website they refer to register is https://www.cahpindia.com/

Please be advised these cases are in no way associated with the Government of India, OR the Ministry of Health OR IARC OR affiliate offices. If you receive such invitations or requests, confirm the identity of the other party and please consider the risks of registering by paying or sending money to those you are not familiar with. 

Thank you for your understanding, If you have any questions or would like to discuss this matter further, please do not hesitate to contact us via email gs@iarc.in.

For GS Office

The posted information is as of the date of issuance.

2022-03-18 01:57:49

In pursuit of this mission, our primary goals include:

  1. Foster the practice of Respiratory Therapy of high caliber, with compassion for the relief of suffering of those with a variety of respiratory ailments, within and outside the intensive care units.

  2. Promoting high quality formal training in institutions that have the necessary infrastructure.

  3. Facilitate continuing education by holding conferences, meetings, workshops etc. to hone the skills of the practicing Respiratory Therapists.

  4. Engage in advocacy for the promotion of the field of respiratory therapy within the medical fraternity, with the various governmental/statutory bodies and the public.

  5. Unite and enlist respiratory therapists of India as members of the association and solicit their support to achieve the objectives of the association.