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TAMIL NADU
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

Part III—Section 1(a)
General Statutory Rules, Notifications, Orders, Regulations, etc.,
issued by Secretariat Departments.
NOTIFICATIONS BY GOVERNMENT
CONTENTS
Tamil Nadu Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules, 1983— Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority Rules, 1997—Amendment .
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Constabulary Medal Rules—Amendment Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules, 1955— Amendments to list of Drugs to be maintained in Garden Hospitals NOTIFICATIONS BY GOVERNMENT
Amendment to the Tamil Nadu Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Rules, 1983
[G.O. Ms. No. 97, Environment and Forests (EC.1), 17th August 2009.] No. SRO A-25/2009.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 64 of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (Central Act 6 of 1974), the Governor of Tamil Nadu, after consultation with the Tamil Nadu PollutionControl Board, hereby makes the following amendment to the Tamil Nadu Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution)Rules, 1983:— In the said Rules, for the Table under Rule 26-A, the following Table shall be substituted, namely:— Rs. 10 croresand uptoRs. 1,000crores).
Principal Secretary to Government. Amendment to Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority Rules, 1997.
[G.O. Ms. No. 666, Home (Cts.IV), 14th August 2009.] No. SRO A-26/2009.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 28 of the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 (Central Act 39 of 1987), the Governor of Tamil Nadu, in consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court, Madras,hereby makes the following amendment to the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority Rules, 1997:— In the said Rules, in Rule 17, for the expression “Rs. 25,000/- (Rupees twenty five thousand only)”, the expression “Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees fifty thousand only)”, shall be substituted.
Principal Secretary to Government. Amendment to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Constabulary Medal Rules.
[G.O. Ms. No. 679, Home (S.C.), 18th August 2009.] No. SRO A-27/2009.—The following amendment is issued to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Constabulary Medal Rules, issued with G.O. Ms. No. 71, Home (SC) Department, dated 12th January 1982 amended upto 9th June 2008:- In the said Rules—for Rule 10, the following rule shall be substituted:— 10. The Medal will carry a monthly allowance of Rs. 100 per month for both Constables and Head Constables.
The above allowance will be paid even if a recipient is promoted to a higher rank after the award of the medal and
till his retirement.

2. The revised rule will be applicable from 1st August 2009.
Principal Secretary to Government. Amendments to List of Drugs to be maintained in Garden Hospitals and Dispensaries in Plantations under
Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules, 1955.
[G.O. Ms. No. 49, Labour and Employment (I 2), 21st May 2009.] No. SRO A-28/2009.—In exercise of the powers conferred by Rules 23 and 24 of the Tamil Nadu Plantations Labour Rules, 1955, the Governor of Tamil Nadu hereby makes the following amendments to the Industries, Labour and Housing(Labour) Department, Notification III No. 1164 of 1966, dated the 18th May 1966, published at pages 1489 to 1499 ofPart III of the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette, dated the 7th September 1966, as subsequently amended:— (1) in clause (iii), for sub-clause (2), the following sub-clause shall be substituted, namely:— “(2) Stocking of Medicines:
(i) Every Garden hospital and dispensary must maintain separate stock register and stocks of medicines.
(ii) Garden hospitals should use cold boxes with ice bags for preserving and transporting vaccines and preservable medicines, instead of using refrigerators. Independent dispensaries other than Garden hospitals must have refrigerators.
Vaccines should be kept under strict cold chain in order to protect the potency of drugs and guard them againstcontaminations”. and (2) for Annexures III and IV, the following Annexures, shall respectively, be substituted, namely:— List of Drugs to be maintained in Garden Hospitals
I. Antibiotics/Antibacterials:
Ampicillin Tablet/Capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Ampicillin Injection 100 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Amikacin Injection 100 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Amoxycillin tablet/capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Azithromycin syrup 100 mg. and 200 mg.
Benzathine Pencillin Injection 6L. and 12L.
I. Antibiotics/Antibacterials:—Cont.
Bencyl Pencillin Injection 5L. and 10L.
Ciprofloxacin Tablet 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Cephalexin Tablet/capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Cephatolxime Sodium Injection 250 mg., 500 mg. and 1 gram Erythromycin Tablet 100 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Gentamycin Injection 20 mg. and 80 mg.
Norfloxacin Tablet 100 mg. and 400 mg.
Procaine Pencillin fortified (Pencillin G) 4L Tetracyline capsule 250 mg. and 500 mg.
II. Anti-Tuberculosis:
Ethambutol Tablet 200 mg., 400 mg. and 800 mg.
Isoniazid (INII) Tablet 100 mg. and 300 mg.
Pyrazinamide Tablet 500 mg. and 750 mg.
Rifampicin Capsule/Tablet 100 mg., 150 mg., 300 mg. and 450 mg.
Streptomycin Sulphate Injection 750 mg. and 1 gram III. Anti-Leprosy:
Rifampicin capsule 100 mg., 150 mg., 300 and 450 mg.
IV. Anti-Mycotic:
Crisofulvin Tablet 125 mg. and 250 mg.
V. Analgesics, Anti-Pyretics, Non Sterodial Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Gout Drugs:
Diclofenac Sodium Table 50 mg. and 100 mg.
Ibuprofen Tablet 200 mg. and 400 mg.
Indomethazine Capsules 25 mg. and 75 mg.
Paracetamol Tablet 125 mg., 500 mg. and 650 mg.
V. Analgesics, Anti-Pyretics, Non Sterodial Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Gout Drugs:—Cont.
Piroxicam Capsule/Tablet 10 mg. and 20 mg.
VI. Narcotics:
VII. Anti-Hypertensive Drugs and Diuretics:
Atenolol Tablet 25 mg., 50 mg. and 10 mg.
Enaapril Maleate Tablet 2.5 mg., 5 mg. and 10 mg.
Nifedepine Capsule 5 mg., 10 mg. and 20 mg. Retrard S.R Proparanolol Tablet 10 mg. and 40 mg.
VIII. Anti-Congestive Cardial Failure and Anti-Arrithmic:
IX. Peripheral and Cerebral Vasodilatation:
X. Anti-Coagulants and Fibrinoltic Agents:
XI. Cardiovascular Drugs and Anginal Drugs:
Isorbide Dinitrate LP Tablet 5 mg. and 10 mg.
Isosorbide Mononitrate Tablet 10 mg. and 20 mg.
XII. Anti-Asthmatic:
XIII. Corticosteroids:
Prodnisolone Tablet 5 mg. and 10 mg.
XIV. Hormones and allied Preparations:
XV. Sympthomimetic:
XVI. Insulin and other Anti-Diabetic Agents (On prescription):
Glibenclamide Tablet 2.5 mg. and 5 mg.
Human Insulin mixtures, 25/75, 30/70 and 50/50 Insulin Lente Bovine or Porcine—Long acting Insulin plain Bovine or Porcine—Fast acting Pioglitazone Tablet 15 mg. and 30 mg.
XVII. Antacids and Agents used in Peptic Ulcer:
Omeprazole Capsule 10 mg. and 20 mg.
Rabeprazole Capsules 10 mg. and 20 mg.
XVIII. Anti-Emetics:
XIX. Anti-Spasmodics:
XX. Anti-Helmintics:
XXI. Amoebicidal:
Metronidazole Tablet 200 mg. and 400 mg.
Tinidazole Tablet 300 mg. and 500 mg.
XXII. Laxative and Purgative:
Bisacodyl Suppository for adults and children XXIII. Antimalarial:
XXIV. Psycho-Therpeutic:
Alprazolam Tablet 0.25 mg. and 0.5 mg.
Amitryptyline Tablet 10 mg. and 25 mg.
Chlopromazine Tablet 25 mg., 50 mg. and 100 mg.
Diazepam Tablet 2 mg., 5 mg. and 10 mg.
Haloperidol tablet 1.5 mg., 5 mg. and 10 mg.
Imipramine Hyrochloride Tablet 25 mg.
XXV. Anti Epileptic:
Carbamazepine Tablet 100 mg. and 200 mg.
Phonobarbitonc Tablet 30 mg. and 60 mg.
Sodium Valproate Tablet 200 mg. and 300 mg.
XXVI. Vitamins and Minerals:
Ascrobic Acid Tablet 100 mg. and 500 mg.
Vitamin B Capsules 200 mg. and 400 mg.
XXVII. Anti Anemic:
Ferrous Fumerate preparation (equivalent to 100 mg. of element) XXVIII. Vaccines:
XXIX. Sera Immunoclobulin:
XXX. General Anaesthetic Drugs:
XXXI. Miscellaneous:
XXXII. Substances used for correcting water acid base and electrolytic Imbalances:
Dextrose 25% Injection 100 ml or 25 ml.
Multiple Electrolytes and Dextrose Injection, E,P and M.
XXXIII. Anti- Histamines:
Chlorpheniramine Maleate Tablet 4 mg.
Chlorpheniramine Maleate with Expectorant Syp.
Chlorpheniramine Maleate with Decongesant Tablet Certizine Hydrochloride Tablet 10 mg.
XXXIV. Antidiarrhobal:
XXXV. Topical Application and Drops:
Betamethasone with Neomycin Eye/Ear Drops Betamethasone Skin Ointment Plain and with N and C XXXV. Topical Application and Drops—Cont.
Neomycin, Polymyxin B Sulphate Bacitracin Ointment Oxymetazoline Nasal Drops (Adults and Children) Paradichlor Benzene and Benzocain Ear Drops XXXVI. Drugs used for organo Phosphorous Poisioning:
INJ Prolidoxine (Cholinesterase reactivator) List of Drugs to be Maintained in Dispensaries.
I. Antibiotics/Antibacterials:
Ampicillin Tablet/Capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Amoxycillin Tablet/Capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Benzathine Pencillin Injection 6 L and 12 L Ciprofloxacin Tablet 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Cephalexin Tablet/Capsule 125 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Erythromycin Tablet 100 mg., 250 mg. and 500 mg.
Norfloxacin Tablet 100 mg. and 400 mg.
II. Anti-Tuberculosis:
Ethambutol Tablet 200 mg., 400 mg. and 800 mg.
Isoniazid (INH) Tablet 100 mg. and 300 mg.
Pyrazinamide Tablet 500 mg. and 750 mg.
Rifampicin Capsule/Tablet 100 mg., 150 mg., 300 and 450 mg.
Streptomycin Sulphate Injection 750 mg. and 1 gram III. Anti-Leprosy:
Rifampicin Capsule 100 mg., 150 mg., 300 mg. and 450 mg.
IV. Analgesics, Anti-pyretics, Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Gout Drugs:
Diclofenac Sodium Tablet 50 mg. and 100 mg.
Ibuprofen Tablet 200 mg. and 400 mg.
Paracetamol Tablet 125 mg., 500 mg. and 650 mg.
Piroxicam Capsule/Tablet 10 mg. and 20 mg.
V. Anti-Hypertensive Drugs and Diuretics:
Atenolol Tablet 25 mg., 50 mg. and 100 mg.
Enalapril Maleate Tablet 2.5 mg., 5 mg. and 10 mg.
VI. Anti-Congestive Cardiac Failure and Anti-Arrythemic:
VII. Cardiovascular Drugs and Anginal Drugs:
Isorbide Dinitrate I.P. Tablet 5 mg. and 10 mg.
VIII. Anti-Asthmatic:
Etophylline and Theophylline Injection 2 ml.
IX. Cortocosteroids:
Prednisolone Tablet 5 mg. and 10 mg.
X. Hormones and Allied Preparations:
XI. Sympthomimetic:
XII. Insulin and Anti-Diabetic Agents (On prescription):
Glibenclamide Tablet 2.5 mg. and 5 mg.
Metformin Tablet 250 mg. and 500 mg.
XIII. Antacids and Agents used in Peptic Ulcer:
Omeprazole Capsule 10 mg. and 20 mg.
XIV. Anti-Emetics:
XV. Anti-Spasmodics:
XVI. Anti Helmintics:
XVII. Amoebicidal:
Metronidazole Tablet 200 mg. and 400 mg.
Tinidazole Tablet 300 mg. and 500 mg.
XVIII. Laxative and Purgative:
Bisacodyl Suppository for adults and children XIX. Antimalarial:
XX. Antihistaminics:
Chlorpheniramine Maleate 4 mg. Tablet and Syp.
XXI. Anti Epileptic:
Carbamazepine Tablet 100 mg and 200 mg.
Phenobarbitone Tablet 30 mg and 60 mg.
XXII. Vitamines and Minerals:
Ascorbic Acid Tablet 100 mg and 500 mg.
XXIII. Anti Anaemic:
Ferrous Fumerate preparation (equivalent to 100 mg of elemental Iron) XXIV. Vaccines:
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertusis vaccine Injection XXV. Sera Immunoglobulin:
XXVI. Miscellaneous:
XXVII Substances used for Correcting Water, Acid bases and Electrolytic Imbalances:
XXVIII Antidiarrhoeal:
Topical Application and Drops:
Betamethasone with Neomycin Eye/Ear Drops Topical Application and Drops:—Cont.
Paradichlor Benzene and Benzocain Ear drops (Waxolve) Principal Secretary to Government. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE DIRECTOR OF STATIONERY AND PRINTING, CHENNAI ON BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU

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