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GMC doctor nominated to Central advisory panel

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GUWAHATI, Jan 17 � Dr Ilias Ali, Professor of Surgery in the Department of Emergency, Gauhati Medical College, and senior consultant, Family Planning, NHM, Assam has been nominated as Member of the Quality Advisory Committee of Jana Aushadhi Scheme of the Government of India.

Jana Aushadhi Scheme is a scheme of the Government of India under the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers.

Jana Aushadhi Scheme was launched under the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers through the Bureau of Pharma Public Sector Undertakings of India (BPPI) in 2008 for making available quality generic medicines at affordable prices to all.

The present medicine basket has 361 medicines which are sold through dedicated Jana Aushadhi stores based mostly in Government hospitals.

The cost of these medicines is much cheaper than their branded equivalents available in the open market. Now the Government of India is revisiting the medicine basket, quality assurance and distribution system of the scheme to achieve the set objectives, a press statement said.

The quality advisory committee of Jana Aushadhi Scheme comprises of 20 members from all over India and Dr Ali�s name is included in the committee.

The first-ever meeting of the committee will be held on January 20.

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GMC doctor nominated to Central advisory panel

GUWAHATI, Jan 17 � Dr Ilias Ali, Professor of Surgery in the Department of Emergency, Gauhati Medical College, and senior consultant, Family Planning, NHM, Assam has been nominated as Member of the Quality Advisory Committee of Jana Aushadhi Scheme of the Government of India.

Jana Aushadhi Scheme is a scheme of the Government of India under the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers.

Jana Aushadhi Scheme was launched under the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers through the Bureau of Pharma Public Sector Undertakings of India (BPPI) in 2008 for making available quality generic medicines at affordable prices to all.

The present medicine basket has 361 medicines which are sold through dedicated Jana Aushadhi stores based mostly in Government hospitals.

The cost of these medicines is much cheaper than their branded equivalents available in the open market. Now the Government of India is revisiting the medicine basket, quality assurance and distribution system of the scheme to achieve the set objectives, a press statement said.

The quality advisory committee of Jana Aushadhi Scheme comprises of 20 members from all over India and Dr Ali�s name is included in the committee.

The first-ever meeting of the committee will be held on January 20.