Department of Pharmaceutical Management & Regulatory Affairs
Regulatory Affairs is a profession within regulated industries namely-pharmaceuticals, medical devices, energy and banking. It has specific meaning within healthcare industries namely- pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biologics and functional foods. Regulatory Affairs in the pharma industry may be defined as “The interface between the pharmaceutical company and the regulatory agencies across the world.”
All the departments of a pharma company, Regulatory Affairs Department acts as the interface between the pharmaceutical company and the regulatory agencies across the world. Regulatory agency in the present context may be defined as “The competent government agency which is responsible for ensuring that medicines work and are acceptably safe.
M. Pharmacy is a two year academic course.
Specializations & Intake
- Pharmaceutics (18)
- Pharmaceutical Analysis & QA (18)
- Pharmaceutical management & Regulatory Affairs (18)
To produce a competent industrial pharmacist to meet the ever increasing requirements of industries in all spheres of activity and fostering the growth of establishments. It provides the students with a pharmaceutical management perspective and introduces them to the latest concepts and practices related to functional areas of management. The substantive exposure to Indian and international management practices with a strong case-study orientation is a unique feature of the MBA Program.
Regulatory agencies are being established in an ever increasing number of countries across the globe. Those that have established are reorganizing their systems and attempting to harmonize with organizations of other countries. The pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices are among the most highly regulated industries in the world. Regulatory affairs (RA) professionals are employed in pharmaceutical industry, government, academic research and clinical institutions.
The clinical research industry, which provides opportunities for RA professionals, is also growing at an unparalleled rate. It has opened up new vistas of employment for a large number of trained Professionals. The clinical trials market worldwide is worth over USD 52 billion. There is expected to be a huge demand for qualified RA personnel in clinical research.
Candidates who have passed in B. Pharmacy Degree from any AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) recognized College/ University with not less than 50% of the Maximum Marks (Aggregate of 4 years in B.Pharmacy). Admission is made through GPAT and/or PGECET for A-Category Seats.
- Regular Guest Seminars from Industry & Institutional Professionals
- In-house Projects
- Industrial Visits
- Practical Oriented Workshops
- Conducting and Participation in National & International Seminars