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- DDG Letter on Serodiagnostics
- RNTCP Negative Recommendation on Commercially Available Serodiagnostics
In terms of population coverage, India now has the second largest DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment, Short course) programme in the world. However, India's DOTS programme is the fastest expanding programme, and the largest in the world in terms of patients initiated on treatment, placing more than 100,000 patients on treatment every month. This site provides information about tuberculosis and its control in India.
70% case detection achieved
   RNTCP Annual Report 2011

- Strategic Vision doc of the RNTCP
- EOI under New Funding Model of the Global Fund to fight AIDS_Final
- Priority areas for proposal to GFATM_Final
- TB INDIA 2014

The WHO-recommended Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course (DOTS) strategy was launched formally as Revised National TB Control programme in India in 1997 after pilot testing from 1993-1996. Since then DOTS has been widely advocated and successfully applied. ....

-The Stop TB Strategy
-International standards of TB Care

In India today, two deaths occur every three minutes from tuberculosis (TB). But these deaths can be prevented. With proper care and treatment, TB patients can be cured and the battle against TB can be won ....

RNTCP JMM Debriefing 28 Apr 09
Contractual Appointment for A.O.s and Consultant Finance for Central T.B. Division