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How to become a Drug Inspector? Qualifications, Power, Duties etc.

Who is Drug Inspector? Drug Inspector is a person who are authorized by Central Government or a State Government for purpose of regulating law and order related to the drugs or classes of drugs or cosmetics or classes of cosmetics etc. How to become Drug Inspector? For becoming drug inspector you need to passed the qualification in  degree in Pharmacy  or Pharmaceutical Sciences or Medicine with specialization in Clinical Pharmacology or Microbiology from a University established in India by law. And after that qualification a person should have more than 18 months‘ experience in the manufacturing of pharmaceutical substances specified. After completing above requirements, you need to pass out test conducted by state or central government time to time depend at availability of post available. After test pass, person has to crack interview part. After completing that procedure, you can become drug inspection. Inspectors Definition Under Drug and Cosmetic Act Drug Inspector is appointed

Can billing address be change from marketing address in pharma marketing company?

Query:
I recently went through an article about "How to start a pharmaceutical Marketing Company" by Mr. Ajay Kamboj.
It's a very informative article.
I have a few queries regarding the same.
I am planning to start my own pharma marketing company (Proprietorship). For that I am searching for a place to establish a marketing office.
I am doing ethical marketing. (Allopathy)
I am already having DL, GST , FSSAI and currently doing billing.
My query is that
a) Can the billing wholesale place where I have taken all the licenses be different from the Marketing office ?
In this case my billing address is in ----- & I am planning to open a marketing office in Chandigarh.
b) Is there any minimum area for setting up a marketing office ?
c) Can the marketing office be set up in Co-working spaces ? e.g a place of say 3000 sq feet (total), in that place there are small cabins for establishing offices, we take one cabin on rent, use the place and write that address on Medicine boxes.
d) Should the logo of my firm be TM or only product brands are required to be TM ?

Response:

a) Yes Sir,
You should have all licenses and registration at the location from where you are going to stock products and bill to your customers. Marketing office doesn't necessarily require to have any licenses unless you stock and supply products from there.

b) No minimum area is required for setting up a marketing office ?

c): Yes you can set-up a marketing office in a co-working space.

d) TM is not a compulsory thing but it is essential for your logo and brand name protection. You can go for trademark registration for logo, company name and brand names.

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