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Steps involved in starting Pharmaceutical Marketing Company

If we talk about steps for starting pharma marketing company so,  Step 1. You need to take experience in pharmaceutical industry that how you can sell your pharmaceutical products. Step 2. You need to choose your company name. Step 3. After that select your products, choose brand names for your products  Step 4. You can also go for trademark registration if you want to.  Step 5: After finishing these works you can go for company registration if you want to.other wise you can work as a firm  Step 6. Apply for licenses - wholesale drug license,  GST number.  Step7. If you also have food products then you can take fssai registration or license.  Step 8. Next step is to find out a good manufacturer who will manufacture your products. Step 9. Next steps is to get manufactured your products from that manufacturer.  Step 10. Receiving of products. After receiving products, you can selling and marketing of your products.  So, like that you can start your pharma marketing company step by step.

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

Schedules: Schedule ASchedule BSchedule CSchedule DSchedule E1Schedule FSchedule GSchedule HSchedule H1, Schedule I, Schedule JSchedule KSchedule L1Schedule MSchedule M1Schedule M2Schedule M3Schedule NSchedule OSchedule PSchedule QSchedule RSchedule SSchedule TSchedule USchedule V, Schedule W, Schedule XSchedule 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.

11. Antibiotics and preparations thereof in a form to be administered parenterally.

12. Any other preparation which is meant for parenteral administration as such or after being made up with a solvent or medium or any other sterile product and which- (a) requires to be stored in a refrigerator; or (b) does not require to be stored in a refrigerator.

13. Sterilized surgical ligature and sterilized surgical suture.

14. Bacteriophages.

15. Ophthalmic preparations.

16. Sterile Disposable Devices for single use only.

Schedule C(1): Other Special Products

1. Drugs belonging to the Digitalis group and preparations containing drugs belonging to the Digitals group not in a form to be administered parenterally

2. Ergot and preparations containing Ergot not in a form to be administered parenterally.

3. Adrenaline and preparations containing Adrenaline not in a form to be administered parenterally.

4. Fish Liver Oil and preparations containing Fish Liver Oil.

5. Vitamins and preparations containing any vitamins not in a form to be administered parenterally.

6. Liver extract and preparations containing liver extract not in a form to be administered parenterally.

7. Hormones and preparations containing Hormones not in a form to be administered parenterally.

8. Vaccine not in a form to be administered parenterally.

9. Antibiotics and preparations thereof not in a form to be administered parenterally.

10. In-vitro Blood Grouping Sera.

11. In-vitro Diagnostic Devices for HIV, HbsAg and HCV.


For more detail refer Drug and Cosmetic Act

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