Licensing and Controlling Authorities

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Through the 9th amendment to the Drug and Cosmetic Rules in 1989, for the first time, the requisite qualification separately for Licensing Authority and Controlling Authority are indicated under 49 A and 50 A respectively.


Licensing and Controlling Authorities

Through the 9th amendment to the Drug and Cosmetic Rules in 1989, for the first time, the requisite qualification separately for Licensing Authority and Controlling Authority are indicated under 49 A and 50 A respectively. The qualification required for both Licensing Authority and Controlling Authority is a graduate in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry or in medicine with clinical pharmacology or microbiology from university established in India and a minimum of 5 years in manufacturing or testing of drugs or enforcement of the provisions of the Act. The  qualifications are, however, applicable from the date of amendment and not for those Inspectors and Government Analysts who were holding those positions on 12 - 4 - 1989.

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