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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

Q&A : Pharma Company - Which Molecule should we start

Question:
I want to start my own pharma company and I am not sure that with which medicine should I began my journey with.
I will be very grateful if you can help me to find a medicine with future potential and less market competition. I hope you will help me with this.

Answer:
I recommend you to start with a product that you can easily procure at small quantity whether it has high competition or less

Question:
Can you tell me some important steps while selecting one

Answer:
One criteria is to have experience in that product
Second , you can get it in small quantity as you have investment less and prevent money for other products

Question:
Sir I have one more question
With which type of people should I start my company with

Answer:
A business require different-different types of knowledge and experience. You should involve with persons having different experience from you.
Like if you have marketing experience then you need account knowledge person
Means you need person who fulfill experience criteria that you don't have

Question:
Is it better to start in local city or big ones like delhi or mumbai

Answer:
You won't find any issue even if you start from your city. Just try to keep your expenses at minimum
As it takes long time to succeed.

Question:
Is there any requirement of specialization in any topic like molecules or something else for success

Answer:
No, Most of time marketing and sales knowledge is enough to succeed.

Question:
Sir do you prefer any particular formula or molecule that might be better for startup

Answer:
I can't recommend as I don't know what type of knowledge and experience you have.
Always select molecule based upon your experience and above mentioned criteria.
As per my experience, success depend at you rather than any particular formula or molecule.
I always launch my product based upon whether it is easily procurable or not and it should be scalable also.

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