Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission, Ghaziabad is autonomous institute setup under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
One of the important mandates of the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC) is to impart training to Drugs Analysts, Drugs Inspectors and Stakeholders on issues related to testing, techniques and standards of drugs in the country. The Indian Pharmacopoeia (IP), Indian Pharmacopoeia Reference Substances (IPRS) and National Formulary of India (NFI) are the prime certified documents brought out by Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission from time to time. Indian Pharmacopoeia contains new information and also includes updated/modified monographs. The IPC also undertakes research work in identifying new Techniques/Substances/Impurities for the benefit of stakeholders. Since the activities of Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission are of significant public interest, it is absolutely necessary to update information for public awareness.
In this regard, IPC is organizing “One day Awareness Programme on Indian Pharmacopoeia (IP) and Indian Pharmacopoeia Reference Standards (IPRS) at Ahmedabad on 07th July 2016”.
The program will embrace topics like Indian Pharmacopoeia present scenario, role of regulators in ascertaining quality of drugs, impact of IP on regulation of impurity profiles. The program will intend to create awareness among Pharma professionals on various aspects of Indian Pharmacopoeia particularly with reference to Indian Pharmacopoeia Reference Standards. This one day workshop will provide good opportunity to both IPC and the industry to share ideas and addresses relevant issues to strengthen the Pharma industry.