An Updated and Modern Concept of Validation

  • Somsubhra Ghosh Bharat Technology
  • B Ravikumar Roland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • B Mahant Bharat Technology
Keywords: Validation, Quality, Pharmaceutical

Abstract

Validation is a very important tool in GMP. Main aim and objective of GMP to all Pharmaceutical agencies are to provide a good and reasonable quality of Pharmaceutical products to people. To get that desired quality Validation is great support to all Pharmaceutical and other industry people. Validation is also a very important tool to save money, time, labourer, waste material etc. There are different types of Validation used all over the world by which we can achieve our goal very easily. In this review it is briefly described scope, importance, objectives and types of Validation as per international norms. Now days it became so important that without validation any process, method or instrument are not accepted globally.

Author Biographies

Somsubhra Ghosh, Bharat Technology

Department of Pharmaceutical analysis,
Bharat Technology,
Banitabla, Uluberia, West Bengal, India

B Ravikumar, Roland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Department of Pharmaceutical analysis,
Roland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Berhampur, Odisha, India

B Mahant, Bharat Technology

Department of Pharmaceutical analysis,
Bharat Technology, Banitabla,
Uluberia, West Bengal, India

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Published
2015-06-01
How to Cite
[1]
Ghosh, S., Ravikumar, B. and Mahant, B. 2015. An Updated and Modern Concept of Validation. PharmaTutor. 3, 6 (Jun. 2015), 16-20.
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