Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in Drug Regulatory Affairs
SNJB College of Pharmacy, Chandwad
Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Drug Regulatory Affairs
Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU)
- In addition to regulatory affairs liaisons positions, there are vast arrays of other career opportunities either in health authority or pharmaceutical companies. Positions within regulatory affairs offer excellent job security. The reason is simply supply and demand: not enough people today have experience in regulatory affairs and at the same time, the FDA has increased its standards, requiring more supporting studies and paperwork before products can be approved for human use.
- To be successful in this position, it helps to be very detail- and process-oriented, and to possess excellent writing, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Dr. C D Upasani
- Candidate should be an Indian National and who possess Bachelors degree or equivalent in Pharmacy from an AICTE approved institutions, with at least 55 % marks (at least 50% marks in case of SC/ST category & Physically Handicapped candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only)
- The candidate who does not have valid GPAT score shall have to secure non zero score in MAH-MPH-CET to be eligible for claiming admission, subject to the condition that no GPAT qualified candidate is available in respective category.
- Candidate who has passed B. Pharm. degree or appeared in final year / final semester of B. Pharm, from any AICTE approved institution affiliated with University (approved by UGC, subject to the condition that they must produce proof of passing B. Pharm. examination as per M. Pharm. admission eligibility criterion in original at the time of admission by counseling round.
BPharm (Bachelor Of Pharmacy)
Should have Non zero Score in MAH-MPH-CET if the candidate has neither appeared for GPAT nor having valid and qualified GPAT score.