Narcotic Drugs & Phychotropic Substances
- Procedural Safeguards in the NDPS Act
- Punishment for Offences
- Special Provision for addicts
- Forfeiture of Property under the NDPS Act
- Licenced cultivation of opium.
- Production of opium and opiates
- International travellers requiring NDPS for medical use
- Manufacture of narcotics drugs
- Manufacture of Psychotropic Substances
- Import and Export of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances
- Import and Export of Precursors
- Drugs of Abuse
- Treatment and Rehabilitation
- Drugs and HIV
- Supply of opium to addicts
- Poppy Straw
- National Fund for Control of Drugs Abuse
- General Licensing Conditions for grant of opium cultivation licence for the year 2009-10 (1.35Mb)
Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs
Drugs whose manufacture is completely prohibited:
Crude cocaine, ecgonine and diacetylmorphine (commonly known as heroin) and their salts.
Drugs which can be manufactured only by the Government Opium and Alkaloid Works or when a licence is issued if the Government determines it to be in public interest to issue a licence:
Morphine, codeine, dionine, thebaine, dihydrocodeinoe, dihydrocodeine, acetyldihydrocodeine, acetyldihydrocodeinone, dihydromorphine, dihydromorphinone, dihydrohydroxy codeinone, pholcodine and their respective salts.
Drugs which can be manufactured after obtaining a licence:
Narcotic drugs other than the above can be manufactured after obtaining a licence from the Narcotics Commissioner. The Narcotics Commissioner issues a licence only if the conditions are fulfilled including producing a manufacturing licence from the Drugs and Cosmetics Act/Rules from the State Drugs controller and the licences to be obtained from the State Government under the State NDPS Rules for possession, use and sale of narcotic drugs.
For specific legal provisions, please refer Chapter V of the NDPS Rules, 1985.