Gujarat FDCA, bioMerieux India conduct training programme
The Gujarat Food and Drug Control Administration (FDCA) and bioMerieux India jointly conducted a training programme recently on pharmaceutical microbiology and advancement in pharmaceutical microbiology to apprise drug inspectors on quality control and microbiological testing to meet the evolving challenges of quality and regulatory compliance globally. The programme which focused on the global perspective in the context of regulatory environment and issues around data integrity trained around 65 drug inspectors from the state of Gujarat. Indian pharma industry is also making conscious efforts to understand what
FDA investigators look for in a pharmaceutical product and API facility due to growing global regulatory scrutiny. Besides this, Gujarat
FDCA has developed a technologically upgraded lab at Vadodara with the help of global microbiological advanced technology offered by the French company bioMerieux India as part of strategic knowledge partnership.