1. First representation of Institute on 15th Aug. 1947 for recognition of Homoeopathy.

2. Govt. Appointed Homoeopathy inquiry committee with representation of members from Institution in 1948.

3. Recommendations of Committee (1949)
a. Recgonition of Scientificity of Homoeopathic system of medicine.
b. Formation of Central Council of Homoeopathy

4. Institute was responsible for constitution of the first Adhoc Committee in 1952

5. Appointment of Homeo advisory committee(1954)

6. Founder Secretary of Institute Dr. K. G. Saxena was appointed as the first Homoeopathic advisor to the Govt. of India in 1962.

7. Moved bill for Homoeopathy for regulation of Homoeopathic Education, Examinations, Qualification and practice in 1972.

8. Setting up of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee in 1962 with Dr. K. G. Saxena as member secretary.

9. Institute was responsible for formation of

a. Research Committee.
b. Rural Homoeopathic Medical Aid Committee.
c. Drug Technical Advisory Board
d. Family Planning Committee
e. Finance Committee

10. Institute has taken efforts for establishment of

a. Central Council of Homoeopathy
b. Central Research Council
c. National Institute of Homoeopathy
d. Central Drug Laboratory

11. Institute has recommended Govt. of India and Central Council of Homoeopathy for introduction of Post Graduate courses and graded degree courses in Homoeopathy.

12. Institute has prevailed upon State Government to appoint Homoeopaths as Medical Officers in every PHC and to a certain extent achieved success.

13. Institute has persuaded Govt. to involve Homoeopaths in National Health Programme.

14. Through the efforts of Institute member Dr. Diwan Harish Chand who became president of Liga Medicarum Homoeopathica Internationals (LIGA). The Indian Homoeopathic practitioner now enjoy a high repute in the international field through membership of LIGA.