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DATA INTEGRITY NON-COMPLIANCES – THE GOOD, BAD AND UGLY

ABOUT AUTHORS
Krishnendu Singha
Manager – Quality Assurance
[The author is a Quality Assurance professional of a leading MNC]
Krish_singha2007@yahoo.co.in

DI issues – a cause or effect
“It is only the laboratory where such issues were noted, otherwise, we were good at everything”- heard almost after every USFDA inspection once a 483 or warning letter has been issued. It’s been always the laboratories accused of objectionable GMP findings specifically related to data integrity issues.

The question that remains unanswered is why would someone from one department of a big organization be so unethical, so unprofessional that they tend to cause such damages to their own organization who they receive salaries from? In fact, they had to work hard to earn this job! Neither are the lab professionals happy to have damaged organizational reputations. We perhaps may need to rethink whether we are blaming the corners for holding dust of a big room. It might turn out that we start realizing integrity issues are actually the consequence of an organizational deficiency and a reflection of an operational integrity; it has less to do with data and more to do with integrity. Data integrity non-compliance therefore is not the cause but a real effect.


Job in departments of QA, QC, Microbiology, API-R&D, Trainee, Engineer at WEST BENGAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD

Eskag Group with a turnover of over Rs. 150 erores is looking for the following personnel for their GMP certified API Plant at Kolkata- ‘WBCIL-WB Chemical Industries Ltd.’


Opportunity in Govt. Research Scheme for M.Pharm/M.Sc Fresh or exp Indian or NRI Candidates - multiple fellowships

Department of health research (DHR) has a scheme to provide advanced training in India and abroad to medical and health   research personnel in cutting edge research areas concerning medicine and health to create trained  human  resource for carrying out research activities. The scheme has following components: 
1. Long  Term  Fellowship  for  6-12  months  in  identified  areas  from regular faculty of Medical Colleges/Universities/Research Institutes for training in Foreign/Indian Institutes (Age: upto 45 years) 


Drug Inspector Question Paper 2015

DRUG INSPECTOR
COMPUTER BASED RECRUITMENT TEST HELD IN THE YEAR 2015

 

1. Zero order kinetics is seen in all except:
(a) Salicylates
(b) Barbiturates
(c) Phenytoin
(d) Ethanol

2. Which one of the following is not a prodrug?
(a) Chloral hydrate
(b) Diazepam
(c) Enalapril
(d) Oxcarbazepine


Joint CSIR-UGC Test for Junior Research Fellowship And Eligibility for Lectureship

The CSIR and UGC provide CSIR/UGC Research Fellowship to bright young men and women for training in methods of research under expert guidance of faculty members/scientists working in University Departments/ National Laboratories and Institutions in various fields of Science & Technology. The CSIR/UGC fellowships are tenable in Universities/IITs/Post Graduate Colleges/Govt. Research Establishments including those of the CSIR, Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research (AcSIR), Research & Development establishments of recognized public or private sector industrial firms and other recognized institutions. However, CSIR reserves right to determine the place best suited to provide necessary facilities in the area of science and technology in which the awardees are to specialize. The CSIR/UGC Fellowship is tenable in India. Only bonafide Indian citizen residing in India are eligible for the award of Junior Research fellowships. The program is aimed at National Science & Technology Human Resource Development.

Post: Junior Research Fellowship And Eligibility for Lectureship


RASA Life Sciences inviting to attend workshop on Protein Modeling & Simulation

The workshop is designed for researchers in the area of biotechnology, bioinformatics, pharmaceuticals and life sciences. This workshop is aimed to train researchers and research students to utilize user-friendly bioinformatics tools that can be implemented in their research to model proteins and perform simulation studies on a protein model. Participants will be exposed to predict protein structure using several automated web servers. Unfortunately, there are still many proteins especially membrane proteins are still not correctly predicted by those popular web servers.

On completion of this workshop you will be expertise in:

· The nature of biological data and need for biological databases
· To know the approaches for structure analysis and prediction of proteins
· Understand the need and significance of sequence analysis using Bioinformatics approaches.
· Visualize protein structures using various visualization tools
· Perform Homology Modeling of sample proteins using Modeler.
· Understand concepts of Protein Simulation.
· Introduction to Molecular Modeling and Dynamics software of GROMACS.
Performing Molecular Dynamic Simulations on Proteins.

Enquire Here >>

In this Workshop following topics will be covered:

• Introduction to Biological databases
• Sequence alignment: BLAST, Clustal W
• Understanding the Protein structure and using various tools to visualize it (Discovery Studio, Swiss SPDV)
• Protein 3D Structure prediction using different tools and Servers
• Homology Modelling and Modeller
• Evaluation of protein models using Pro-Check and QMean
• Introduction to Linux environment and Simulation studies
• Learning GROMACS to perform Simulation on proteins

Accommodation Details:
Assistance for accommodation will be available as per the requirement. For More details contact us on 
Ph no: 020-65600408 / 8411927535/7875692349/7798668315

Early bird registration : till 6th august 2015
Online registrtion date :
7th to 12th august 2015
Spot registrtion date :
13th august to 20 aug 2015
Date of workshop:
20th August 2015.

Enquire Now >>

RASA Life Science Informatics.
E-mail: workshop@rasalsi.com, info@rasalsi.com

Phone: +91 -7875692349
+91-8411927535
+91-7875793891

Website Link: http://www.rasalsi.com

Location: 301, 3rd Floor, Dhanashree Apartment, Opposite Chittaranjan Vatika, Model Colony, Shivaji Nagar, Pune – 411016.


Global Green Nanotechnology Conclave (GiGaNTiC 2015)

Global Green Nanotechnology Conclave (GiGaNTiC 2015)
Focus areas are: 1) Pharma & Biotechnology; 2) Advanced materials for various industrial applications theme
"Fostering Innovation to build core competency and provide market leadership for sustainable growth”


Great platform to showcase and commercialize your products/services to MD & CEOs of the various companies, technologists, scientists, academicians, policy makers and end-users.

Dear Sir/Madam,

I’m pleased to inform you that, CII-Gujarat Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology is organizing “Global Green Nanotechnology Conclave (GiGaNTiC 2015)” with the theme “Fostering Innovation to build core competency and provide market leadership for sustainable growth” on 6-7th August, 2015 atAhmedabad, India. Department of Science & Technology (DST) Government of India, Department of Electronics & InformationTechnology (DeitY) and Gujarat Council on Science and Technology(GUJCOST), DST, Government of Gujarat have kindly agreed to support CII in organizing the Nanotechnology Conclave. This conclave will be having Conference + Exhibition + Panel Discussion + Workshop.

Opportunities for business networking: Some of the confirmed participation from Tata Chemicals, TCS, Cadila Pharma, Zydus Cadila, Sun Pharma, Dr. Reddy’s, Torrent Pharma, Lupin, Elecon Ltd., Arvind Ltd., Admat Innovations, Zydex Industries, USV Ltd., I-Can-Nano, Aarshadhaatu, Nualgi Nanobiotech, Advance solutions, Bharat Petroleum, Jay Chemicals, Asian Granito, Continental Carbon, Eesavyasa Technologies, Ants Ceramics, InventyS, Fujifilm Sonosite, etc.

Opportunities to connect with R&D institutes, Universities & Labs for collaborative research & development projects.

I am writing to request your kind participation and also nominate colleagues from your organization at this conference of national importance by filling up the registration form. Kindly send the completed registration form along with payment by fax / courier / email to us. Detailed brochure isattached herewith for your kind reference. I am sure that your presence and participation would add great value to the conclave.

For Delegates from Universities / Academics, we are offering 1+1 free for delegate registration based on first come first serve .  Look forward for your kind confirmation.

For more information, kindly click on the following link: http://cii.in/EventsDetails.aspx?id=E000025736

Please feel free to call me if you have any query.

Kindly contact us for group discount

Session Details

Day 1: 6th August, 2015

Day 2: 7th August, 2015

1000 – 1130 Hrs: Inauguration Session

1150 – 1310 Hrs: Plenary Session-1 (Designing of Green Nanomaterials for New-age Industries: Its Easier thanYouThink)

1400 – 1530 Hrs: Plenary Session 2 (Nanotechnology applications in Healthcare)

1600 – 1730 Hrs: Plenary Session 3 (The Pathway to commercialization of Nanomedicines: Pre-clinical,clinical,quality, scale-up, manufacturing and regulatory dossiers and approvals)

1000 – 1130 Hrs: Plenary Session 4: Fabrication and characterization of advanced nanomaterials forvariousIndustrial applications - I

1150 – 1310 Hrs: Plenary Session 5: Fabrication and characterization of advanced nanomaterials forvariousIndustrial applications – II

1400 – 1530 Hrs: Panel Discussion (Theme: Nanotechnology for providing market leadershipandachieving sustainable market growth: Opportunities, challenges, policies and the way forward)

1600 – 1730 Hrs: Workshop on Advanced characterization techniques for nanomaterials

Confirmed / Invited speakers

Shri Saurabhbhai Patel; Minister-Industries & Mines, Govt. of Gujarat

Mr. R Mukundan; Managing Director, Tata Chemicals Ltd

Dr. Y. S. Rajan; Hon Distinguished Professor, ISRO

Dr. G Sundararajan; Director, ARCI, Hyderabad

Dr. Praveer Asthana; Mission Director, Nanomission, DST, GOI

Dr. M O Garg; Director General, CSIR, New Delhi

Dr. G N Singh; DCGI, New Delhi

Dr. B. S. Chakraborty; Senior vice president & Chair, Cadila Pharma

Professor Harish Padh; Vice Chancellor, Sardar Patel University

Dr. R. P. Singh; Chair Nanotechnology, Amity University

Dr. Mukul Jain; Senior Vice President, Zydus Cadila

Dr. Ajay Khopade; Vice-President, SPARC, Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Professor Alok Dhawan; Director, Institute of Life Sciences, Ahmedabad Univ.

Dr. H. Purushotham; Chairman & Managing Director, NRDC

Dr. Arup Chatterjee; CEO, I-Can Nano

Mr. R B Karthik Aamanchi; Executive Director, Aarshadhaatu Green Nanotechnologies

MrManoj Bhataria; ‎Head - AdvanceMachines, Inventys Research Company Pvt Ltd.

Dr. Ajay Ranka; CEO, Zydex Industries Ltd., Vadodara, Gujarat.

Professor Ashok K Ganguli; Director, INST, Mohali

Professor Ashok M. Raichur; Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Mr. D. P. Chakravarthy; MD, Eesavyasa Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Sampath Kumar Thothathri; CEO, Nualgi Nanobiotech

Mr. Mihir Joshi; CEO, Gujarat Venture Financial Ltd.

Mr. P Siva Prasad; CEO, Analytical Technologies

For further details, Please contact:
Gaurang Patel
Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology (CoE-NT)
Confederation of Indian Industry, CII House, GulbaiTekra Road, Near Panchvati, Ahmedabad - 380 006
Email: gaurang.patel@cii.in
Contact No.: 08460464349


Vacancy as Pharmacist in Ministry of Defence, Gun & Shell Factory

The Sr. General Manager, Gun & Shell Factory, Cossipore invites online applications from the Indian nationals fulfilling the requisite criteria for the following posts.

Post: Pharmacist


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