Quality Policy


To observe good manufacturing and laboratory practices as laid down in the Indian Drugs and Cosmetic Act, 1940 and Rules, 1945 and as per the British Pharmacopoeia (by International Regulatory Authorities)
To maintain adequate and competent staff that is well trained in the GMP and GLP aspects.
To train the staff and motivate them to follow pre-determined written procedures and maintain records of compliance. To conduct regular quality audits and take corrective actions to streamline systems and maintain desired quality consistency.
To observe CGMP, by adopting well defined manufacturing process with in-process controls and necessary requirements such as personnel, premises, plant, safety and validated procedures.
To observe good housekeeping and thus avoid mix-up and possible contamination.
To observe validated cleaning procedures to ensure thorough cleaning of equipments.
To conduct stability studies under normal and stress conditions, to ensure stability of the product.
To withdraw products of batches deteriorating during the study.
To investigate the cause and take remedial measures.
To handle quality complaints & procedures as laid down for investigations and corrective actions.

The above policy is based on the GMP guidelines, laws and regulations covering manufacture of pharmaceuticals to product meets the requirements of safety, identity, potency, strength, quality, purity, uniformity and stability. All members of the technical staff are aware of this quality policy and other details for assurance of quality.”

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