How to Reduce Risks in Pharmaceutical Industry

  • Targeted Audience
  • Faculty
  • How to Register

Session 1 covers:

Review of Pharma Industry,

India’s Export of Pharma,

Facts and figures,

Global Scenario and

Road Ahead.

Session 2 covers:

Dealing with Regulatory Departments,

Drug Registration & its types,

Risks Involved with registrations & supply and

Steps to avoid the risks.

  • Pharmaceutical Industries including Exporters & importers
  • Managers/ Executives dealing with Regulatory Affairs
  • Quality Control,
  • Pharma Students and
  • Other aspirants from Pharma Industry.

Faculty for Session-1:


Mrs. Swarn Lata

B.Com, MBA (Marketing + Finance) and PGD in Human Resource Management
Executive Director of Asian Exporters Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Mrs. Swarn Lata, who is an MBA (Marketing + Finance) and PGD in Human Resource Management. She shares her rich and varied experience of 12 years in International trade. She has worked on all the aspects related to export and import, documentation, DGFT, logistics, custom-clearance, international marketing, planning and procurement. She has held many seminars as a faculty on key subjects. Her ability to interpret and explain the concepts stands her in good stead.

Faculty for Session-2:


Ms. Yogita Attarde

(Pharmacy Graduate with PG diploma in Drug Regulatory Affairs)

Ms. Yogita Attarde has 16 years of Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry, started her career from Quality Control / Assurance department till Drug Regulatory Affairs.

She is Pharmacy Graduate with PG diploma in Drug Regulatory Affairs. She was working for leading organizations like Pfizer, Merck, Cipla, Elder, M. J.Biopharma and Famy Care Ltd. [Known as Mylan Ltd] Currently she is associated with Stantech Solutions Pvt Ltd. She has hard core experience in Regulatory Affairs [from submissions of dossiers till product approvals] in Emerging markets.

She has handled almost 86 countries and more than 400 submissions in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Central America and CIS regions for Medicinal products and Medical Devices.

She is well versed with local FDA requirements of pharmaceutical products including DCGI submissions. She was part of International Audits conducted from various countries like Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe and many other countries from Emerging markets.

How to register :-

Timings: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Fees :-

* For AECCI Members: Rs. 2000/- + service tax as applicable per person

For Non-members: Rs. 2500/- + service tax as applicable per person.

Registration closed on 28th July, 2016.

Interested participants may send in their confirmation to / call us on - 022 4127 1145 / 46.

DD should be in the favor of “ASIAN EXPORTERS CHAMBER OF COMM AND IND”

Followed by Interactive Session, Networking, refreshment and lunch.

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