IGMPI is conferred with ASSOCHAM Services Excellence Award 2017: Our Directors Mr Syed S. Abbas & Mrs Rafat Abedi, Chief Advisor Dr Mahesh Gupta, Advisor Mr Amitabh Srivastava are being honoured by the Chief Guest & Honorable Member of Parliament Dr. Udit Raj

 Recipient of QCI - D.L. Shah National Quality Award

Recipient of QCI - D.L. Shah National Quality Award

Targeting to fill up the gap between the existing and accessible knowledge

Targeting to fill up the gap between the existing and accessible knowledge


Pharmacovigilance Programmes

Pharmacovigilance Programmes (Approved by Quality Council of India (QCI), Govt of India)

Adequate research, required development of the new molecule in most exquisite laboratories and most out reaching marketing techniques do not suffice for a drug manufacturing company to bid adieu to the launched drug. A drugs journey in the market, its stay and success in the same market and others is to be necessarily closely monitored and reported by the drug companies. This phase of a drug’s lifecycle is called pharmacovigilance.

1. The drug manufacturer remains vigilant of the success rate of the drug among the user population. Thus, referred to as the post marketing surveillance phase.

2.  It is very much a part of the ever growing clinical research industry (worth 40 million USD and growing).

3. This industry has many opportunities for healthcare enthusiasts and pharmacovigilance is yet another promising field to take up.

With emphasis on pharmacovigilance, there appears huge need for adequately qualified and trained professional who could understand and take up post marketing surveillance roles in drug companies. Thus, there occurs a need of team of drug safety officers. Clearly this need is proportional to the number of new drugs being launched every year which is always increasing. IGMPI has stepped forward to tap this growing need as a professional opportunity for those keen for entering this industry.

All candidates can apply for course and pursue the same by attending the regular classes (regular course) and weekend classes (part-time course), with success being determined at end of each course through exams.

Know more about these courses:

Postgraduate Diploma in Pharmacovigilance