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Applications are Invited at Indian Medicines Pharmaceutical Corporation Limited for the Post of Manager (Materials)

The Company (Manufacturing Ayurvedic and Unani Medicines) having obtained drug licence from licensing authority (G.M.P. Certificate  renewed upto 09.06.2015) (Drug licence renewed upto 31.12.2010, applied for renewal) is a GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ENTERPRISE (under the Administrative Control of the Department of AYUSH (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare), Indian Red Cross Building, Red Cross Road, New Delhi).

GenPharma International Pvt. Ltd. Invites Assistant Manager Regulatory

Headquartered in Mumbai India, GenPharma is with a powerful combination of skills and resources that provides a platform for delivering strong growth in today's rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Everyday, they strive to discover new medicines that are designed to improve the health and quality of life of patients around the world - medicines which are innovative, effective and which offer added benefits such as reduced side effects or better ways of functioning.

Walk-in: Requirement of Senior Research Fellow in National Institute of Occupational Health

This Institute started as “Occupational Health Research Institute” (OHRI) in the year 1966 and was re-christened as “National Institute of Occupational Health” (NIOH) in 1970 presently located in the Eastern part of Ahmedabad. Two Regional Occupational Health Centers (ROHCs) were started at Bangalore in 1977 and at Kolkata in 1980.

Job at Aurigene as Research Assistant / Associate and Lab Leaders

Aurigene is a Bangalore based world-class drug discovery company with integrated capabilities for discovery and development of novel small molecule drugs.
Aurigene provides Drug Discovery Services for Lead Generation/ Lead Optimization. The Business Model involves collaborative Drug Discovery with partners, on a risk- and reward-sharing basis. Typical Aurigene projects involve starting with a partner's target protein and delivering an Optimized Lead, ready to go into clinical development.

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