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JSS Pharmacy College with FOPE and KDPMA to hold symposium for SMEs on GMP compliance on April 6

Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Wednesday, April 3, 2024, 13:30 Hrs  [IST]

JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysuru with FOPE (Federation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs)  India and KDPMA (Karnataka Drugs and Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association)  is organising a one-day symposium on ‘GMP Compliance and Export/Import Opportunities-Regulators View on Saturday April 6, 2024.
The event held at the JSS College of Pharmacy campus, Mysuru by its Centre of Excellence in Regulatory Sciences (CEReS), department of Pharmaceuticals.  The participants can include SMEs, regulatory professionals, academia besides post graduate and PhD students.
The objective of the event is to offer opportunity for the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to directly engage with the regulatory authorities which would be beneficial to adhere to WHO-GMP regulations.
By participating in this event, the organisers said that SMEs can address various challenges that they might face in the process of compliance, import and export. SMEs can utilise the platform to meet regulator. The representatives can schedule a one-on-one interaction or group meetings with the regulators present at the event. The meetings can focus on specific challenges or general compliance queries.
Regulators can provide insights on the latest updates, guidelines and expectations regarding WHO-GMP compliance, import and export norms.
There will be interactive sessions where SMEs can directly ask questions to the regulators. This can also be done through a Q&A session, panel discussion and workshops. Participants should prepare a list of questions and concerns beforehand to make the most of these interactive sessions, said the organisers.
There will also be networking opportunities among SMEs. In fact businesses facing similar challenges can collaborate and share experiences. Discussions can be facilitated where SMEs can foster s sense of community.
The outcomes of the one-day seminar according to the organisers will be that SMEs can gain valuable insights, resolve challenges and ensure their compliance with WHO GMP regulations, thereby facilitating smoother export and import processes.
Among the regulatory experts at the event would include Dr Amaresh Tumbagi, Karnataka former additional drugs controller, Dr Ramkishan, deputy drugs controller, Hyderabad, Dr G Selvaraj, former director, Tamil Nadu drugs controller department, Dr Vijay Shah, former joint commissioner, FDA Gujarat , Jayanth Kumar, deputy drugs controller, Mumbai, Dr Appaji, former DG, Pharmexcil. MN Sridhar, joint drugs controller, Tamil Nadu, Dr BR Jagashetty, former Karnataka drugs controller among others.
The organising committee has Dr MP Venkatesh, co-ordinator, CEReS, Dr Bangaru  Rajan K,  nodal officer, CEReS, Dr Balamuralidhara V, convenor, CEReS and  Dr Pramod Kumar, TM, chairman CEReS.


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