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Here we are going to talk about how you can do that if you want to sell Ayurvedic medicine in India. We talked a lot about: How can you start an ayush manufacturing company? How can you start a ayush marketing company? How can you do ayush products distribution? How can you start ayush retail store? But now comes the matter that if you want to sell Ayurvedic medicine , then in what way can you sell them. First, let's discuss about some regulatory requirements. Regardless of the Ayurvedic medicine that is available, then we include the entire AYUSH sector. Let's talk about the entire Ayush sector (Ayurvedic, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) . But keeping homeopathic medicine on the side, because license is required for homeopathic medicine. When it comes to manufacturing Ayurvedic medicine, Unani medicine, Siddha medicine, , it is regulated within the Drug and Cosmetic Act. The section of Ayurvedic Medicine is covered under this Act . Manufacturing of ayurve

Pharmacist Registration Renewal Process: State Wise

Procedure for Renewal of pharmacist registration:

Procedure for renewal of pharmacist registration varies state to state pharmacy council. State pharmacy council is authority responsible for registration and renewal of Pharmacist registration. You first need to visit physically to state pharmacy council or visit website of concern state pharmacy council and check procedure and documents required for renewal of pharmacist registration. We are providing link of all state pharmacy council websites below to visit and check requirements and procedure for renewal of pharmacist registration:


LIST OF ADDRESSES OF STATE PHARMACY COUNCILS/ REGISTRATION TRIBUNALS:

1. The Registrar
Andhra Pradesh Pharmacy Council
D.No. 25-16-116/1B,
Behind Gowtham Hero Show Room,, Chuttugunta,
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh – 522004, INDIA
MOBILE: +91 8374379304 (only video calls for candidates living outside india)
FAX: 0863 2224525 ( FAX ONLY )
LAND LINE: 0863 2224524
EMAIL: appcregistrar-ap@nic.in, appcregistrar@gmail.com
Check Renewal procedure for Andhra Pradesh Pharmacy Council here

2. The Registrar
Assam Pharmacy Council,
Sixmile, Khanapara
Guwahati - 781022, (Assam)
Tel: +91-9127016386
E-mail: assampharmacycouncil@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for Assam Pharmacy Council here

3. The Registrar
Bihar Pharmacy Council,
B.M. Das Road,
PATNA-800 004 (Bihar)
E-mail: info@biharpharmacycouncil.com
Check registration form for Bihar Pharmacy Council here

4. The Registrar
Delhi Pharmacy Council,
Room No. 198, Main Building,
Old Secretariate,
DELHI-110 054
Contact: 011-23971285, 23918440
Check renewal procedure for Delhi Pharmacy Council here

5. The Registrar
Gujarat State Pharmacy Council,
Old Nursing College Building, Block No. – 4/A,
3rd Floor, Opp. Cancer Hospital, Gate No. – 6,
Asarwa, Ahmedabad – 380016.
Contact Numbers :+91-79-22681012
Email Address :pharmacy-guj@nic.in
Check renewal procedure for Gujarat State Pharmacy Council here

6. The Registrar
Haryana State Pharmacy Council
Plot No. C 15, Awas Bhawan, IInd Floor,
Opposite Haryana Police Head Quarter, Sector 6, Panchkula
Contact No. 08699055894 , 0172-2587622
Email - haryanastatepharmacycouncil@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for Haryana State Pharmacy Council here

7. The Registrar
Karnataka State Pharmacy Council,
514/E, 1st Main, 1st Cross Road,
2nd Stage, Vijayanagar, Bangalore – 560104
E-mail:Administration & Accounts: kspcblr@gmail.com
Registration & Renewals: kspcreg@gmail.com
Telephone Numbers: +91-80-23404000/23383142/23202345
Check renewal procedure for Karnataka State Pharmacy Council here

8. The Registrar,
Kerala State Pharmacy Council,
M N V G Adiyodi Memorial Pharmacy Bhavan,
Red Cross Road, Vanchiyoor. P O,
Thiruvananthapuram - 695 035
Contact: +91 471 – 2470951 | +91 471 - 2472220 (Registrar)
+91 471 – 2472221
E-mail: office.kspc@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for Kerala State Pharmacy Council here

9. The Registrar,
Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council
R-Square, 4th Floor,
Opp E.S.I.S. Hospital Compound,
L.B.S. Marg, Mulund (W),
Mumbai - 400 080.
Phone : 022-25684291.
Email: mspcindia@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council here

10. The Registrar,
Orissa Pharmacy Council,
C/o Dte. of Health Services, Nandankanan Road,
BHUBANESHWAR-17 (Orissa)
Check renewal procedure for Orissa Pharmacy Council

11. The Registrar
Punjab State Pharmacy Council
Medical Education Bhawan,
Sector 69 ,Near Mayo Hospital,
S.A.S Nagar (Mohali), INDIA
E-mail:- pspc.pb@gmail.com
Website :- Pbspc.org
Check renewal procedure for Punjab State Pharmacy Council

12. Rajasthan Pharmacy Council
Govt. Dispensary Campus,
Near Sahkar Bhawan,
Sardar Patel Marg,
Jaipur - 302001
Rajasthan
Phone No.: +91 141 2223041
+91 141 2228600
Check renewal procedure for Rajasthan Pharmacy Council

13. Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council
Block -E, First Floor, Bharathiar Complex
100 Feet Inner Ring Road,
Vadapalani, Chennai - 600026, India.
Phone No : 91 - 044 - 2472 8747
Fax No : 91 - 044 - 2473 0061
E-Mail : enquiry@tnpc.ac.in
Check renewal procedure for Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council

14. The Registrar,
U.P. Pharmacy Council, Flat No. 204,
Arif Ashiana Building, Nibu Bagh Chowk,
LUCKNOW-226 003 (U.P.)
Contact: 0522-2259092
E-mail: uppclko@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for U.P. Pharmacy Council

15. West Bengal Pharmacy Council
Purta Bhavan 1st floor ,Room no.:- 5-6, Sector 1,
Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700064
Phone: 033 - 2231 5180

16. The Registrar/The Secretary (Health)
Pharmacists Registration Tribunal,
Admn.of Andaman & Nicobar Islands,
C/o West Bengal Pharmacy Council,
Purta Bhavan 1st floor ,Room no.:- 5-6, Sector 1,
Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700064
Phone: 033 - 2231 5180

17. The Registrar
Chandigarh Pharmacy Council,
General Hospital, Sector-16,
CHANDIGARH-160 016 (U.T.)

18. The Registrar
Himachal Pradesh State Pharmacy Council
Swasthya bhawan,SDA,
Commercial Complex,
Kasumpti, Shimla - 171009
0177-2621842
info@hpspc.in
Check renewal procedure for Himachal Pradesh State Pharmacy Council

19. The Registrar
Madhya Pradesh Pharmacy Council
J.P.Hospital Compound 1250, T.T. Nagar,
Bhopal
Phone No.-91-755-2574342
FAX No.: 91-755-2574342
E-Mail - Registrarmppc@mp.gov.in
Check renewal procedure for Madhya Pradesh Pharmacy Council

20. The Registrar,
Nagaland State Pharmacy Council
Govt. of Nagaland
Dte. of Medical Services,
KOHIMA-797 001 (Nagaland)

21. The Registrar,
Pondicherry Pharmacy Council,
Govt.Pharmacy Cahmpus,
Indira Nagar,Gorimedu,
Pudducherry
E-mail: ponphacil@gmail.com
Check renewal procedure for Pondicherry Pharmacy Council

22. The Registrar,
Goa State Pharmacy Council
C/o Directorate of Food & Drugs Administration
Next to Institute of Psychiatry & Human Behaviour
Bambolim - 403 202 (Goa)

23. The Registrar,
Meghalaya Pharmacy Council,
C/o Director of Health Services (MI),
Health & F.W. Department,
MEGHALAYA (Shillong)

24. The Registrar-cum-Secretary,
Mizoram Pharmacy Council,
1st Floor, H. Hausiama Building (Opposite)
Directorate of Health Services Dintha, Aizawl, Mizoram 796001
Phone: 0389 232 1683
E-mail: mspcmizoram@gmail.com

25. The Registrar/The Health Secretary,
C/o Director of Health Services,
Health & Medical Department,
Govt. of Sikkim,
GANGTOK-737 101 (Sikkim)
03592-24481

26. The Registrar & Secretary,
Tripura State Pharmacy Council,
Aushad Niyantran Bhavan, Near Director of Health Services,
Pt. Nehru Complex, Gurkhabasti, PO Kunjaban,
Agartala, Tripura-799006
Phone: 097742 30545

27. The Registrar/Health Secretary,
Dadra & Nagar Haveli,
C/o Director of Health Services,
Health Department,
Govt.of Dadra & Nagar Haveli & Daman & Diu,
SILVASSA-396 230 (U.T.)

28. The Registrar/Health Secretary,
Lakshadweep,
C/o Director of Health Services,
Health Department,Lakshadweep Admn.,
KAVARATTI-673 555 (U.T.)

29. The Registrar,
Manipur Pharmacist Registration Tribunal,
C/o Director of Health Services,
Health Department, Govt. of Manipur,
IMPHAL-795 001 (Manipur)
Contact: 03852-2310263 , 2310768

30. The Registrar/Chief Med.Officer,
C/o Director of Health Services,
Administration of Daman-Diu
Collectorate, MOTI,
DAMAN-DIU-396 220
0260-2230470, 2230450

31. The Registrar
Chattisgarh State Pharmacy Council
Q. No, 88, Geetanjali Nagar, Anand Vihar,
Geetanjali Colony, Sector 2, Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492007
Ph :- 0771-2444591,
Fax :- 0771-4915858
E-mail :- cspcraipur@gmail.com, dicraipur@gmail.com,
dicraipur@yahoo.com
Website :- www.cspc.in
Check Pharmacist Registration renewal process here

32. The Registrar-cum-Secretary
Registration Tribunal Pharmacy
Govt. Pharmacy Institute, Variyatu
RANCHI-834 009 (Jharkhand)

33. Uttrakhand Pharmacy Council
Directorate of Medical & Health
2nd Floor, Room #57| Danda Lakhond | Near I.T. park | Sahastradhara Road
P.O. Gujrada | Dehradun-248001
Registrar’s Office: +91-135-2608762
pharmacycounciluk@gmail.com
Check Pharmacist Registration renewal process for uttrakhand Pharmacy Council here

34. Telangana State Pharmacy Council
Drug Control Bhavan,
Vengalrao Nagar, Hyderabad,
Land Line : 040-23817550
Telangana State - 500 038
Check Pharmacist Registration renewal process for Telangana State Pharmacy Council here 

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