Indian board of alternative medicines is not fake: Tahing a closer look

Indian Board of Alternative Medicine Fake 1

Research has proved that alternative medicine is a much safer and holistic approach to not only treat illness but also to address the root cause of the illness.

Even a casual glance at the current medical scenario will reveal the fact that the overall method of treating various diseases by making the use of alternative medicine science has been largely increased. The recent survey conducted by the National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine in the United States, reveals that near about 36% of Americans are using this form of medicine

As an obvious next result within the last few years, many career fields in this medicine science have emerged at a phenomenal pace. Of course there are many fields and career opportunities now available for study in alternative medicine.

Is Indian board of alternative medicines fake? – No, not at all because it is duly registered by the Government of West Bengal under Act XXVI based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860.

The Accreditation papers are available on

 About the institute

The institution has been founded to give the rights of practicing to Registered Medical Practitioners enrolled by the Board as qualified physicians, without any restriction, and entitling them to issue medical certificates such as sickness, fitness etc. or any other certificate required by any law. It is here to establish the Faculty to control the examinations of teaching and educational institutions or colleges etc. and to award degrees (including PhD, M.D., Master, Bachelor etc.) diplomas, certificates etc. thereof.

Indian Board of alternative medicine is not fake. The Board of Alternative Medicines has been conferred with the ISO 9001:2008 Certificate of Registration for Providing Alternative Medicine, Holistic Medicine and Allied Health Sciences Courses through Regular and Distance Education.

 Affiliated to:

University for Peace (Created by United Nations General Assembly)

International Association of Educators for World Peace (Consultative Status with United Nations ECOSOC, UNICEF and UNESCO)

Indian Committee of Non-Governmental Organizations for the United Nations

 International Students

IBAM graduates can apply for attestation of their certificate completed with IBAM by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India and the Ministry of External Affairs (Foreign Ministry), Government of India for using them internationally. MHA and MEA welcome you to visit their websites at and

Attestation is available for students who have completed the Diploma, Bachelor or Postgraduate programs.


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