K Bangarurajan | Deputy Drugs Controller West Zone
CDSCO | India

K Bangarurajan, Deputy Drugs Controller West Zone, CDSCO

Dr. K. Bangarurajan did his Degree in Pharmacy from Madras Medical College and M. Pharmacy from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi in the Year 1984 and was awarded Ph.D. by Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University in the Year 2000.
 
He began his career as a lecturer at J.S.S. College of Pharmacy, Ooty.

He joined the Drugs Control Department in the Year 1986 as a DRUGS INSPECTOR and served as a Senior Drugs Inspector and Assistant Director of  Drugs Controller.  

He was awarded as "Best Drugs Inspector" in the year 2005. 

He joined the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization, New Delhi in the Year 2010 and since 24th February 2014 he is posted at Central Drugs Standard Control Organization, West Zone, Mumbai and has the overall charge of Western region, responsible for uniform implementation of the provisions of the Drugs & Cosmetics Act and rules thereunder.

He has made remarkable contributions in National and International seminars,  workshops which shows his urge for upgrading knowledge of the complex pharma spectrum which undergo rapid changes.

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Conference Day 2 @ 13:30

Ensuring uniformity of GMP inspections in biologics manufacturing

Countries across the globe are concerned about the safety and efficacy of the drugs supplied. As India expands its biologics supply globally, there is an increased emphasis in ensuring uniformity in inspection requirements for drugs manufactured in India. This panel discusses how global regulators such as US FDA, EMA can work closer together with CDSCO in ensuring uniformity in GMP inspections.
  • Overview of India’s inspection landscape and updates
  • Understanding the differences and overlaps in current standards
  • Exploring ways for various regulators to work closer together, including more combined inspections for newly recruited CDSCO inspectors

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