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  • National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) was constituted vide Government of India Resolution dated 29th August, 1997 as an attached office of the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP), Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers as an independent Regulator for pricing of drugs and to ensure availability and accessibility of medicines at affordable prices.
  • NPPA’s role as a Regulator is to work towards a Healthy Nation by making medicines accessible and affordable while creating an enabling environment for the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry to develop into a world leader. NPPA administers ‘Pharma Sahi Daam’ and ‘Pharma Jan Samadhan’ platforms for information on medicine prices and registering public grievances. The Integrated Pharmaceutical Database Management System 2.0 (IPDMS) is being implemented for online information collection from Pharma manufacturers

About PMRU(s)

The primary function of PMRUs is to assist NPPA in monitoring of prices of drugs, ensuring availability of drugs and raising consumer awareness. They act as collaborating partners of NPPA with information gathering mechanism at the grass-roots level.

They will render necessary technical assistance to both the NPPA and the respective State Drug Controllers of States/ Union Territories. PMRUs will also ensure that the benefits of the DPCO (revised from time to time) trickle down at the grassroots level. NPPA, under its Central Sector Scheme named Consumer Awareness, Publicity and Price Monitoring (CAPPM), has already set up of PMRUs in 31 States/ Union Territories.

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Pharma Sahi Daam

Pharma Sahi Daam from NPPA is an online search tool for checking prices of Scheduled/Non-Scheduled medicines instantly at the time of purchasing medicines and for searching medicine substitutes.

IPDMS Registration

Integrated Pharmaceutical Data Base Management System.

Pharma Jan Samadhan

The Pharma Jan Samadhan (PJS) initiative is part of Goverment of India’s Digital India initiative, which aims at empowering the citizen through a transparent, accountable and responsive governance system.

Frequently Asked Questions

Companies dealing in formulations and medical devices are required to register on the IPDMS 2.0. If a company deals in formulations as well as medical devices in that case that particular company needs to register separately for formulations and medical devices. Separate login credentials will be provided to such companies for handling formulations and medical devices segments.

Existing Companies (registered under IPDMS Ver 1) dealing formulations only are not required to register afresh in the IPDMS 2.0 system, however medical devices segment companies are required to register afresh. Further, companies, dealing in formulations and medical devices, who are already registered had to register again for Medical devices segment and the existing credentials shall be useful for Formulations segment.

Existing companies (Companies registered in IPDMS Ver 1 online system) after the first login must update/verify company’s details, company’s plants details and products being manufactured in their respective plants. To file Form I, II, III, IV, V and VI, such verification is mandatory.

LLPIN or CIN Registration along with PAN is required to be uploaded during fresh registration or during verifying company’s details (for existing companies)

OTP will be sent to the company’s registered email address during registration process. The user will have to enter the OTP received on the registered email address in order to successfully register in the IPDMS 2.0 system. If any case of any difficulty, the same may be sent on nppa-ipdms@gov.in.

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National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA)