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Do I need any license or approvals for cosmetics brand?

Query: I have read your blog on how to start a cosmetics brands I have one doubt As I want to start my cosmetics brand and get products manufactured by some third party manufacturer . Do I need any license or approvals for same ?.kindly let me know Response: For only marketing and selling of cosmetic brands , you will not be required to have a drug license. If we talk about approval, then before manufacturing of your products, the manufacturer will take product approval from the drug department if needed. That's the manufacturer's responsibility. Hope this information is helpful to you...

Registered Medical Practitioner

Registered Medical Practitioner

Registered Medical Practitioner is a person who is registered under state medical register of state medical council after finishing the undergraduate medical course in a college recognized by state government and approved by medical council of India.

A doctor/medical professional is authorized to conduct practice only after registering name in state medical register. Without registration he/she is not eligible to conduct any practice related to his/her profession i.e. do job in any hospitals including government and private hospitals, conduct own practice etc.

Registered Medical Practitioner eligibility and qualification:

(i) Holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the Indian Medical Degrees Act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in the Schedules to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956); or

(ii) Registered or eligible for registration in a medical register of a State meant for the registration of persons practicing the modern scientific system of medicine excluding the Homeopathic system of medicine; or

(iii) Registered in a medical register, other than a register for the registration of Homeopathic practitioner, of a State, who although not falling within point (i) or point (ii) is declared by a general or special order made by the State Government in this behalf as a person practicing the modern scientific system of medicine for the purposes of this Act; or

(iv) Registered or eligible for registration in the register of dentists for a State under the Dentists Act, 1948 (16 of 1948); or

(v) Who is engaged in the practice of veterinary medicine and who possesses qualifications approved by the State Government?

Career and opportunities for Registered Medical Practitioner:

  • Job as a medical practitioner under government sector
  • Job as a medical practitioner under private hospital or corporate hospital
  • Own Practice
  • Hospital Management and administration
  • Post Graduation/Specialty
  • Researcher and PhD program
  • Medical Transcription
  • Combined Medical Services and Civil Services
  • Medical Professor or a lecturer
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  1. How to I get RMB certificate

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  2. What documents I can submit

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    1. your education degree certificates of either MBBS or BDS, BAMS, BHMS etc.

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