Indian Government Organ Transplant Registries.
National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization. (NOTTO)
National Organ and Tissue Transplant Organization (NOTTO) is a National level organization set up under
Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. It is an
umbrella body for regulating policies related to Transplant and Storage of Human Organs(Kidney, Liver, Cornea,
Heart, Pancreas, Skin Graft etc) and Tissues.
4th Floor, National Institute of Pathology,
Safdarjung Hospital Campus
National Organ Transplant Program.
State Level Organ Transplant Registries
Andhra Pradesh Organ Transplant Registry
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has cleared a new comprehensive scheme "Jeevandan"
proposed by the Cadaver Transplantation Advisory Committee (CTAC) to give a fillip to organ
transplantation. The Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences has been designated as the Appropriate
Authority for Cadaver Transplantation (AACT).
A large number of patients suffering from irreversible organ ailments involving heart, liver, pancreas
and kidney could lead a healthy life if they had the opportunity to undergo transplant surgery.
Considering the ethical issues surrounding live and deceased donor organ donation, the
government-constituted committee came out with recommendations for streamlining procedures
for cadaver transplantation in registered hospitals
Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences
Andhra Pradesh - India
Arunachal Pradesh Organ Transplant Registry
Bihar State Organ Transplant Registry
Chhattisgarh State Organ Transplant Registry
Delhi State Deceased Organ Retrevial Sharing Organization
This is an autonomous and recognized agency for the Delhi State Deceased Organ
Retrieval Transplant Authority. It has a specific role to monitor, evaluate, appraise and
disseminate to the Delhi State Health Department on the periodic status of
implementation of the cadaver program.
Deceased patients diagnosed as brain dead account for approximately 10% of intensive
care unit deaths, which can be a strong referral source for potential donors. Brain death
is an irreversible condition that can occur as a result of trauma or intracranial bleeds,
which is the basis of a deceased heart beating donation program. Clinically, this is
characterized by loss of consciousness, spontaneous breathing and absence of reflexes
in the brain stem region of the brain.
Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences
D-1, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Goa State Organ Transplant Registry
Gujarat State Organ Transplant Registry
Haryana State Organ Transplant Registry
Himachal Pradesh Organ Transplant Registry
Jammu & Kashmir Organ Transplant Registry
Jharkhand Organ Transplant Registry
The Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka for Transplantation
The Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka for Transplantation has been constituted by the Government of
Karnataka (Government Order No. 264 PTD dated, 13th April 2004) for a sustained cadaveric transplantation
programme in the state of . ZCCK is the body appointed to oversee the implementation of the Transplantation of
Human Organs Act of 1994. The Organization aims to coordinate the cadaveric transplantation activities and also
educate the public on organ donation.
Zonal Coordination Committee of Karnataka (ZCCK)
Near OPD, NIMHANS,
Bangalore - 560 029
Kerala State Transplant Authority.
A Kerala Government Initiative, The Online Transplant Registry maintain records of patients on
waiting list for Kidney, Liver, Heart and Pancreas transplants in the state, The programme was
initiated as a large number of patients suffers from an account of irreversible organ ailments
involving Heart, Liver, Pancreas and kidney. The programme aims at giving such vulnerable
individual an opportunity to have a transplant surgery and lead a healthy life. Moreover,
considering the ethical issues surrounding the live and deceased organ transplantation,
Government felt the need to streamline the procedures for deceased donor Multi organ
transplantation (DDMOT) in the State.
Maharashtra State Transplant Registry
ZTCC is a not-for- profit, government organization started to promote organ donation in 2000 in
Mumbai. ZTCC is an organization impart with international standards with following main aims.
1. To promote cadaver transplant.
2. Optimal use of all cadaveric available organs.
3. To reach out to every needy waiting recipient with fair distribution of organs as per
ZTCC was formed as a coordinating agency for Mumbai and suburbs in 2001, as per the Maharashtra
State Guidelines issued for cadaver Organ Transplant in 1999.It is registered under the Charity
Zonal Transplant Coordination Centre,
2nd Floor, New College Building,
Beside Medical Store,
Mumbai – 400022
Madhya Pradesh Organ Transplant Registry.
Manipur Organ Transplant Registry
Meghalaya Organ Transplant Registry
Mizoram Organ Transplant Registry
Nagaland Organ Transplant Registry
Odisha Organ Transplant Registry
Punjab Organ Transplant Registry
Rajsthan Organ Sharing Registry.
The Online Transplant Registry maintain records of patients on waiting list for Kidney, Liver or
Heart transplants in the state of Rajasthan. It is designed to fulfill the requirements of a series
of Government Orders issued by the Department of Health and Family Welfare.
Sikkimn Organ Sharing Registry.
Transplant Authority of Tamil Nadu.
1045/46, 1st Floor,
Tamil Nadu Government Multi Super Specialty Hospital,
Omandurar Government Estate,
Opposite to “The Hindu” Office,
Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002
Tamil Nadu - India
Tamil Nadu Organ Sharing Registry.
165 A, Tower Block I, 6th Floor,
Government General Hospital
Chennai – 600 003
Tamil Nadu - India
Telangana State Organ Transplant Registry.
Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences
Telangana - India
Tripura State Organ Transplant Registry.
Uttrakhand Organ Transplant Registry.
West Bengal State Organ Transplant Registry.