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Small scale pharma business ideas !!!

If I talk about small scale pharmaceutical businesses that can be started easily at small scale but you need to have good experience in pharmaceutical industry there.  If you have sales and marketing experience then you can start by taking franchise of a Pharma company . It can be started easily and at very small levels. You don't need much investment. You can start pharma franchise business with 2000, 3000, 5000 rupees.  If we talk about other business then you can start pharma distribution business . It can be started with 50000, 1 lakh or 2 lakh rupees.  You can also start pharmaceutical retail business .  It's investment depend  at various factors like location, number of products etc.  If you want to start with less investment then this and you have good experience then you can start pharma consultancy business. In which department you have experience, you can start help other to set up business and can earn from there.  You can start youtube channel or blog related to ph

Schedule C and Schedule C(1): Biological and Other Special Products

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule C and C(1) described the list of biological and special products list. Schedule C: Biological and Special Products List of products is as follow: 1. Sera 2. Solution of serum proteins intended for injection. 3. Vaccines for parenteral injections. 4. Toxins. 5. Antigen. 6. Antitoxins. 7. Neo-arsphenamine and analogous substances used for the specific treatment of infective diseases. 8. Insulin. 9. Pituitary (Posterior Lobe) Extract. 10. Adrenaline and Solutions of Salts of Adrenaline.

Schedule B: Fees for test or analysis by the Central Drugs Laboratories or State Drugs Laboratories

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule B under drug and cosmetic act & rules define the fees charged by central drug laboratory or state drug laboratory for testing and analysis. Fee mentioned here as per Drug and Cosmetic Act & Rule amended till upto 31 st December 2016. There may be change in fee or any other particulars based upon latest government notification. For more detail refer  Drug and Cosmetic Act

Schedule E(1): List of poisonous substances under the Ayurvedic (including Siddha) and Unani Systems of Medicine

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule E(1): Schedule E(I) describes the List of poisonous substances under the Ayurvedic (including Siddha) and Unani Systems of Medicine (Ayurvedic Prescription Drugs List) List of poisonous substances under Ayurvedic System of Medicines: I. Drugs of vegetable origin Ahipena (Except seeds) - Papaver somniferum Linn Arka - Calotropis procera (Ait.) R.Br. ex. Bhallataka - Semecarpus anacardium Linn. F. Bhanga (Except seeds) - Cannabis sativa Linn. (Except seeds) Danti - Baliospermum montanum Mull. Arg. Dhattura - Datura metal Linn. Gunja (seed) - Abrus prec

Schedule D, Schedule D(I), Schedule D(II)

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule D (Rule 43) is related to import of drugs into India. Schedule D provides information about extent and condition of exemption for a class of drug in case of import. Schedule D(I)(Rule 21D and 24A): Information and undertaking required to be submitted by the manufacturer or his authorized agent with the Application Form for a Registration Certificate. The format shall be properly filled in for each application in Form 40. The detailed information, secret in nature, may be furnished on a Computer Floppy. Schedule D(II) (Rule 21D and 24A): Information required t

Schedule F, F1, F2, F3, FF

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule F: Schedule F (Rule 78 and Part X) describes requirements related to Blood and Blood Components. We are describing general heading about schedule. This will give you Idea about schedule structure and matter. Part XIIB: Requirements for the functioning and operation of a blood bank and / or for preparation of blood components. I. This section describes details about Blood Bank and Blood Components General Accommodation for a Blood Bank Personnel Maintenance Equipment Supplies and Reagents Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) and Standard Operat

Schedule H: Prescription Drugs

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule H: Prescription Drugs List Schedule H describes the list of prescription drugs. List of Drugs is as follow: 1. Abacavir 2. Abciximab 3. Acamprosate calcium 4. Acebutol hydrochloride 5. Aclarubicin 6. Albendazole 7. Alclometasone dipropionate 8. Actilyse 9. Acyclovir 10. Adenosine 11. Adrenocorticotrophic hormone (acth) 12. Alendronate sodium 13. Alopurinol 14. Alphachymotrypsin 15. Alprazolam 16. Alprostadil 17. Amantadine hydrochloride 18. Amifostine 19. Amikacin sulphate 20. Amiloride hydrochloride 21. Amineptine 22.

Schedule H1

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule H1 Drugs List: Schedule H1 describes the list of prescription drugs requires prevention of misuse. List of schedule H1 drugs are as follow: Alprazolam Balofloxacin Buprenorphine Capreomycin Cefdinir Cefditoren Cefepime Cefetamet Cefixime Cefoperazone Cefotaxime Cefpirome Cefpodoxime Ceftazidime Ceftibuten Ceftizoxime Ceftriaxone Chlorodiazepoxide Clofazimine Codeine Cycloserine Diazepam Diphenoxylate Doripenam Ertapenem Ethambutol Hydrochloride Ethionamide Feropenam Gemifloxacin Imipenem Isoniazide Levofloxacin Meropenem Midazo

Schedule G

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule G (Rule 97): Schedule G describes the list of drugs: Aminopterin L-Asparaginase Bleomycin Busulphan; its salts Carbutamide Chlorambucil;its salts Chlorothiazide and other derivatives of 1, 2, 4 benzothiadiazine Chlorpropamide; its salts Chlorthalidone and other derivatives of Chlorobenzene compound Cis-Platin Cyclophosphamide; its salts Cytarabine Daunorubicin Di-Isopropyl Eluorophosphate Disodium Stilboestrol Diphosphate Doxorubicin Hydrochloride Ethacrynic Acid, its salts Ethosuximide Glibenclamide Hydantoin; its salts; its derivatives, thei

Schedule K:Class of Drug | Extent and Conditions of Exemption

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule K (Rule 123): Schedule K describes the class of drugs and their extent and condition of exemption from all provisions of drug and cosmetic act. Schedule K allowed some drugs from falling under drug and cosmetic act, and allow to use, sell without provisions of drug and cosmetic act. For more detail refer  Drug and Cosmetic Act

Schedule L1: Good laboratory practices and requirements of premises and equipment

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule L and Schedule L1: Schedule L (Omitted) Schedule L-1 (Rule 74,78 and 150E): Schedule L describes the good laboratory practices and requirements of premises and equipments. General Requirements Premises Personnel Equipments Chemical and Reagents Good Housekeeping and Safety Maintenance, calibration, and validation of equipments Reference materials Microbiological Cultures Quality System Internal Quality system audit Management Review Standard Operating Procedures Protocols and specifications archive Raw Data Storage and archiv

Schedule J

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule J (Rule 106): Diseases and ailments (by whatever name described) which a drug may not purport to prevent or cure or make claims to prevent or cure. 1. AIDS 2. Angina Pectoris 3. Appendicitis 4. Arteriosclerosis 5. Baldness 6. Blindness 7. Bronchial Asthma 8. Cancer and Benign tumour 9. Cataract 10. Change in colour of the hair and growth of new hair. 11. Change of foetal sex by drugs. 12. Congenital malformations 13. Deafness 14. Diabetes 15. Diseases and disorders of uterus. 16. Epilepticfits and psychiatric disorders 17. Ence

Schedule M-I:

Schedules:  Schedule A ,  Schedule B ,  Schedule C ,  Schedule D ,  Schedule E1 ,  Schedule F ,  Schedule G ,  Schedule H ,  Schedule H1 , Schedule I,  Schedule J ,  Schedule K ,  Schedule L1 ,  Schedule M ,  Schedule M1 ,  Schedule M2 ,  Schedule M3 ,  Schedule N ,  Schedule O ,  Schedule P ,  Schedule Q ,  Schedule R ,  Schedule S ,  Schedule T ,  Schedule U ,  Schedule V , Schedule W,  Schedule X ,  Schedule Y Schedule M-I: Schedule M-I describes the good manufacturing practices and   requirements of premises, plant and equipment for homoeopathic medicines. 1.        General Requirements §   Location and Surroundings §   Building 2.        Plant and Equipements §   General ·          Rooms ·          Water ·          Disposal of water ·          Factories Act ·          Medical Services ·          Safety Measures ·          Work benches ·          Container Management §   Personnel 3.        Requirement of Equipment and Facilities: 3.1    Moth

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