India Mandates Formal Certification Of Personnel In Manufacturing
The Indian drugs regulator has mandated specific formal certification for personnel in the manufacturing space effective 2018, amid an ambitious ongoing initiative to improve skills across functional areas and levels in the life sciences sector. The overall skills improvement plan in the sector hopes to produce a "sustained" stream of more than three million high quality skilled individuals over a 10-year timeframe.
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