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Forensic Pharmacy

(D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M.Pharm)

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  • ISBN: 9789395596183
  • Published : December 2022
  • Book Language : English
  • Edition : First
  • Format : Paperback
  • Pages : 160
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(D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M.Pharm)
Forensic Pharmacy

The titled book “Forensic Pharmacy” (As per PCI regulation). The idea of book originated by authors to convey a combined database for easy understanding of forensic pharmacy.
This book is intended to communicate information on forensic pharmacy techniques, to direct tutors and learners regarding fundamental concepts in forensic pharmacy.
The major aim to write this textbook is to provide information in articulate summarized manner to accomplish necessities of undergraduates as per PCI regulation. This volume is designed not only according to curriculum of undergraduate courses in pharmacy by PCI but also to communicate knowledge on novel drug delivery systems for post graduate learners. We assured this book will be originated very valuable by graduates, post graduates, professors and industrial learners.

1. General Introduction to Forensic Pharmacy 
1. Introduction

2. History of Drug Legislation and Pharmacy Profession in India 
1. History of Drug Legislation and Pharmacy Profession in India.
2. Important Milestones in Drug Legislations and Pharmacy Profession.
3. Drugs Enquiry Committee (D.E.C.), 1930.

3. Pharmaceutical Ethics 
1. Introduction.
2. Introduction to the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
3. Minimum Qualification for Registration as a Pharmacist in India.
4. State Pharmacy Council (SPC).
5. SPC Constitution.
6. Joint State Pharmacy Council.
7. Registration of Pharmacist.
8. Removal of Name from Register.
9. Offences and Penalties.
10. Appointment of Commission of Enquiry.

4. The Pharmacy Act, 1948 
1. Introduction to The Pharmacy Act, 1948.
2. Minimum Qualification for Registration as a Pharmacist in India.
3. Education Regulations Framed by the Pharmacy Council of India under Section 10 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
4. State Pharmacy Council (SPC).
5. Removal of Name from Register.
6. Offences and Penalties.
7. Appointment of Commission of Enquiry.

5. The All-India Council for Technical Education Act, 1987 
1. Salient Features.
2. Executive Committee (E.C.) of AICTE.
3. Boards of Studies and Regional Committees.

6. The University Grants Commission Act, 1956 
1. Salient Features.
2. Composition of the Commission.
3. Powers and Functions of the Commission.

7. The Drug and Magic Remedies (Objectional Advertisement)
Act, 1954 
1. Definitions Advertisements.
2. Prohibition of Participation in Certain Advertisements.
3. Penalties.
4. Advertisements Permitted.
5. Import or Export of Banned Advertisement.

8. The Drug and Cosmetics Act (DCA) Act, 1954 and rule 1945 
1. Important Definitions.
2. Drugs Technical Advisory Board (DTAS).
3. Composition of DTAB.
4. Drugs Consultative Committee (DCC).
5. Central Drugs Laboratory (CDL).
6. Schedules to the Act and Rules.
7. Licensing and Controlling Authorities.
8. Inspector.
9. Government Analyst.
10. Qualifications.
11. Duties of Government Analyst.
12. Import of Drugs and Cosmetics.
13. Exemptions.
14. Application and Duration of Import License and Registration Certificate.
15. Permitted Places for Import of Drugs.
16. Conditions of Import License.
17. Other Features of Import.
18. Suspension and Cancellation of Import License or Registration Certificate.
19. Offences and Penalties.
20. Schedule M – GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and Requirements of Premises, Plant and Equipment.
21. Manufacture of Drugs.
22. Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani Drugs (DTAB).
23. Special Provisions Relating to Biological and other Special Products.
24. Packing and Labelling of Drug Formulations.
25. Specific Requirements.
26. Labelling and Packaging of Ayurvedic and Unani Drugs.
27. Provisions Pertaining to Homoeopathic Medicines.
28. Provisions Pertaining to Cosmetics.
29. Definitions.
30. Wholesale of Drug.
31. Retail Sale.
32. Cancellation and Suspension of License.
33. Offences and Penalties.
34. Licenses for Sale.

9. The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985, rules 1985 
1. Introduction.
2. Objective.
3. Definitions.
4. Authorities and Officers.
5. Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Consultative Committee.
6. National Fund for Control of Drug Abuse.
7. Prohibition Control and Regulation of NDPS.
8. Powers of State Government.
9. Offences and Penalties.
10. Issue of Warrant and Authorization.

10. Medicinal and Toilet Preparation (Excise Duties) Act, 1955 and Rules, 1956 
1. Important Definitions.
2. Manufacturing in Bond (Bonded Manufactory).
3. Ayurvedic Preparations and Homeopathic Preparations.
4. Manufacturing Outside Bond (Non-bonded Manufactory).

11. Introduction to The Industries (Development And Regulations) Act, 1952 
1. Important Definitions.
2. Manufacturing in Bond (Bonded Manufactory).
3. Ayurvedic Preparations and Homoepathic Preparations.

12. The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 
1. Definitions.
2. Analysis of Food.

13. National Blood Policy 
1. Salient Features of National Blood Policy.
2. Objectives of National Blood Policy.

14. Pharmaceutical Policy – 2002 
1. Salient Features of Pharmaceutical Policy – 2002.
2. Objectives of Pharmaceutical Policy – 2002.

15. The Drug (Price Control) Order (OPCO), 1995 
1. Important Definitions.
2. The First, Second and Third Schedule.
3. Calculation of retail price of formulation.
4. Power to Fix Retail Price.
5. Power to Fix Ceiling Price.
6. Recovery of Dues.
7. Maintenance of Records.
8. Power of Entry, Search and Seizure.
9. Penalties.
10. Power to Exempt and Delegation of Powers.

16. WTO, GATS and The Indian Patents Act, 1970 with Amendments 
1. Definitions.
2. Inventions not patentable.
3. Types of Patents.
4. General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS).


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