India’s CDSCO Sets Up Three-Month Training Program
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
India’s drug regulatory authority has set up a three-month training program for assistant drug inspectors that will run through the end of this year, as the agency works to ramp up their skill sets.
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization developed an extensive training program for regulatory officials covering all functions of the agency, focusing on technical and regulatory, legal and administrative, managerial and ethical, and IT and communications skills.
The program will help bridge a “huge gap” in regulatory science, practices and knowledge, says G.N. Singh, India’s drugs controller general.