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Welcome to Indian Pharmaceutical Association

Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) is the premier professional association of pharmacists in India, with a member base of over 10,000, spread across the length & breadth of the nation. IPA operates in India through 17 state branches & more than 33 local branches. The members represent various facets of pharmaceutical profession viz. Industry, regulatory, community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy & education. IPA is also actively associated in managing several academic programmes. As member of Drug Technical Advisory Board, India, IPA is actively involved in advising the government on matters of professional importance. IPA is affiliated with international pharma associations like FIP, FAPA, CPA, AAPS, AAiPS, IPSF & WHO, for carrying out various collaborative professional activities which include organizing training programmes for professionals from industry, academics, regulatory & practice, making representations to the authorities on matters of professional interest & working towards constantly upgrading the standards of professional services offered by the pharmacists.
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Upcoming Events :-
September 25th - 25th , 2015
World Pharmacist Day
Results of WPD Competition 2015 for Practicing Pharmacists

November 3rd - 4th , 2015
BioPharma India Convention 2015
November 24th - 25th , 2015
Pharmasafe INDIA
News Bytes :-
National Elocution Competition 2015
Best Association Award
Message from Hon’ble Minister Shri J.P. Nadda on IPA Platinum Jubilee Celebration.
IPA Awards Function & Fellows Dinner 2015
IPA Convention 2015 Report
WHPA Handbook on Spurious Medicines under Community Pharmacy Division
Comments and Suggestions by IPA on Draft National Health Policy 2015.
Operational Excellence in Indian Pharma Industry - Delphi Study – Report
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