Structure Physiology Anatomy of EYE

The eye is a specialized sensory organ of photoreception. The eye is an easily accessible organ for local or systemic drug delivery.

Clinically, the eye can be considered to be composed of two segments:

1. Anterior segment – all structures from (and including) the lens forward.
2. Posterior segment – all structures posterior to the lens.


  • The anatomical and physiological characteristics of the eye are described are outlined in this section.
  • Structure of the eye; The eye can be divided into two compartments: the anterior and posterior segments.
  • An internal cross section of an eye is shown in Fig.1
  • physiology of eye - structure of eye
  • Anterior segment; Externally, the anterior segment of eye is made up of cornea, conjunctiva, and sclera.
  • Internally, it consists of anterior chamber, iris/pupil, posterior chamber, and ciliary body.
  • The cornea, an optically transparent tissue that aids in refraction of light to the eye for focusing, is 1 mm thick at the periphery and 0.5 to 0.6 mm thick in the centre.
  • It is composed of squamous and basal columnar epithelium, Bowman’s membrane, substantia propria (stroma), limiting lamina, and the endothelium.
  •  The conjunctiva is a thin, transparent, vascularised mucous membrane with an area of 18 cm2 covering the eye globe and the inner eyelids.
  • It maintains the precorneal tear film and protects the eye. It produces mucus and lubricates the surface of the eye.
  • It is made up of stratified columnar epithelium and lamina propria. The conjunctiva epithelium is divided into bulbar (covering the eyeball), fornix (covering the cornea), and palpebral (covering the eyelid) conjunctivae.
  •  The sclera, the white outer coat of the eyeball, provides structural integrity, size, and shape to the eye.
  • There are three layers in the sclera, the anterior episclera, the middle scleral stroma, and the posterior lamina fusca.
  • The sclera is composed of gel like mucopolysaccharides, elastic fibers, bundles of dense collagen fibrils, and fibroblasts.
  • The iris is a diaphragm around the pupil (lens) and controls the amount of light entering the inner eye.
  • The ciliary body is made up of ciliary muscles, which aid in accommodation.
  • The anterior surface of the eye is constantly rinsed by tear fluid secreted at a flow rate of about 1 μL/min by the main lachrymal gland of the lachrymal apparatus.
  • Tears eventually drain into the nasal cavity through the nasolachrymal ducts.
  • Tear fluid contains mucin, lysozyme, lactoferrin, prealbumin, and serum proteins.
  • It functions as an antibacterial lubricant and aids in draining out foreign substances.
  • The normal volume of tear fluid is 5 to 10 μL.65


Posterior segment:

  • Externally, the posterior segment consists of the optic nerve and associated vasculature, and internally, it consists of the lens, vitreous, and rear ocular tissues. Vitreous is a colorless medium
  • Internal structure of the eye consisting of about 99 percent water, dissolved type II collagen, sodium hyaluronate, and proteoglycans.
  • The retina is the inner nervous layer of the eye responsible for the sensory function of sight.
  • The choroid is a dark brown vascular layer attached to the sclera and is believed to provide nourishment to the retina.

Basic Structure of the Eye

The eye has three layers or coats, three compartments and contains three fluids

1. The three coats of the eye are as follows:

(a) Outer fibrous layer:
• cornea
• sclera
• lamina cribrosa.
(b) Middle vascular layer (“uveal tract”):
• iris
• ciliary body – consisting of the pars
plicata and pars plana
• choroids.
(c) Inner nervous layer:
• pigment epithelium of the retina
• retinal photoreceptors
• retinal neurons.

2. The three compartments of the eye are as follows:

(a) Anterior chamber – the space between the cornea and the iris diaphragm.
(b) Posterior chamber – the triangular space between the iris anteriorly, the lens and zonule posteriorly, and the ciliary body.
(c) Vitreous chamber – the space behind the lens and zonule.

3. The three intraocular fluids are as follows:

(a) Aqueous humour – a watery, optically clear solution of water and electrolytes similar to tissue fluids except that aqueous humour has a low protein content normally.
(b) Vitreous humour – a transparent gel consisting of a three-dimensional network of collagen fibres with the interspaces filled with polymerised hyaluronic acid molecules and water. It fills the space between the posterior surface of the lens, ciliary body and retina.
(c) Blood – in addition to its usual functions, blood contributes to the maintenance of intraocular pressure. Most of the blood within the eye is in the choroid. The choroidal blood flow represents the largest blood flow per unit tissue in the body. The degree of desaturation of efferent choroidal blood is relatively small and indicates that the choroidal vasculature has functions beyond retinal nutrition. It might be that the choroid serves as a heat exchanger for the retina, which absorbs energy as light strikes the retinal pigment epithelium.


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If you want to know completely about High-Performance Liquid Chromatography HPLC you are at the right place.In this article you can find from the basics of chromatography along with the Principle of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and parameters that are used as a standard for a particular compound in High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC).Types of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC). Instrumentation and applications uses of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)are provided here. You can download the PPT AND PDF on HPLC in the following paragraphs.

What is chromatography ?

Chromatography is a separation technique that uses the size, shape, chemical properties or charge of molecules in a sample to separate the sample into its constituent components.
Chromatography is a physical method of separation in which the components to be separated are, distributed two phases, one of which is stationary phase while the other is mobile phase, moves in a definite direction.

Chromatography Principle

Chromatography is based on the principle where molecules in mixture applied onto the surface or into the solid, and fluid stationary phase (stable phase) is separating from each other while moving with the aid of a mobile phase. e factors effective on this separation process include molecular characteristics related to adsorption (liquid-solid), partition (liquid-solid), and affinity or differences among their molecular weights. Because of these differences, some components of the mixture stay longer in the stationary phase, and they move slowly in the chromatography system, while others pass rapidly into mobile phase, and leave the system faster


  • HPLC came about because not all compounds can be vaporized and analyzed on a GC
  • Separation of a wider range of compounds — high MW, polar, and ionic compounds
  • Highly efficient separations achieved in HPLC due to interactions of both m.p. and s.p. with the components of a mixture.
  • Improved separation within a much shorter time

 What is High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)?

HPLC represents an automated system for the separation of compounds in mixture using a liquid mobile phase, which is passed across the stationary phase under high pressure in order to speed up the operation.
The effluent of the column is monitored by special detectors and the signals for the eluted components are recorded in a special recorder which amplifies such signals and record them as peaks similar to those obtained in gas chromatography.



HPLC works on the principle of Affinity chromatography. The solution of the sample is injected into a column of a porous material (stationary phase) and a liquid (mobile phase) is pumped at high pressure through the column. The mixture on travelling through the stationary phase splits into its constituents and the component with high affinity for stationary phase travels late whereas one with less affinity elutes fast. This is also based partition coefficient of the material.

To make you understand, in simple terms HPLC follows the principle of separation in both normal phase mode and reverse phase mode is adsorption. When a mixture of components are introduced into a HPLC column, they travel according to their relative affinities towards the stationary phase. The component which has more affinity towards the adsorbent, travels slower. The component which has less affinity towards the stationary phase travels faster. Since no 2 components have the same affinity towards the stationary phase, the components are separated.


A. Based on modes of chromatography
1. Normal phase mode
2.Reverse phase mode
B. Based on principle of separation
1. Adsorption chromatography
2. Ion exchange chromatography
3. Ion pair chromatography
4.Size exclusion(or)Gel permeation chromatography
5. Affinity chromatography
6. Chiral phase chromatography
C. Based on elution technique
1. Isocratic separation
2. Gradient separation
D. Based on the scale of operation
1. Analytical HPLC
2. Preparative HPLC
E. Based on the type of analysis
1. Qualitative analysis
2. Quantitative analysis


1. Solvent delivery system
2. Pumps
3. Sample injection system
4. Column
5. Detectors
6. Recorders and Integrators

Applications of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

  • Pharmaceutical applications of HPLC are Tablet dissolution study of pharmaceutical dosages form, Shelf-life determinations of pharmaceutical products,  Identification of active ingredients of dosage forms, Pharmaceutical quality control applications,  Detection of phenolic compounds in Drinking Water, Identification of compounds in sediment samples, Bio-monitoring of pollutant, Quantification of the drug in biological samples. • Identification of anabolic steroids in serum, urine, sweat, and hair,Determination of cocaine and metabolites in blood Clinical Quantification of ions in human urine Analysis of antibiotics in blood plasma, Estimation of bilirubin and biliverdin in blood plasma in case of hepatic disorders,Detection of endogenous neuropeptides in extracellular fluids of brain.
  • Other applications include testing the quality of soft drink and drinking water, Analysis of beer, Sugar analysis in fruit juices, Analysis of polycyclic compounds in vegetables,Trace analysis of military high explosives in agricultural crops.
  • Chemical Separations
  • Purification



1. Separations fast and efficient (high resolution power)
2. Continuous monitoring of the column effluent
3. It can be applied to the separation and analysis of very complex mixtures
4. Accurate quantitative measurements.
5. Repetitive and reproducible analysis using the same column.
6. Adsorption, partition, ion exchange and exclusion column separations are excellently made
7. HPLC is more versatile than GLC in some respects, because it has the advantage of not being restricted to volatile and thermally stable solute and the choice of mobile and stationary phases is much wider in HPLC
8. Both aqueous and non aqueous samples can be analyzed with little or no sample pretreatment
9. A variety of solvents and column packings are available, providing a high degree of selectivity for specific analyses.
10. It provides a means for determination of multiple components in a single analysis.

Advantages of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

  • By using this High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) technique it is possible to perform structural, and functional analysis, and purification of many molecules within a short time.
  • This technique yields perfect results in the separation, and identification of amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, proteins, steroids, and other biologically active molecules
  • In HPLC, mobile phase passes throuıgh columns under 10–400 atmospheric pressure, and with a high (0.1–5 cm//sec) flow rate.
  • In this technique, use of small particles,and application of high pressure on the rate of solvent flow increases separation power, of HPLC and the analysis is completed within a short time


1.Retention time
2.Retention volume
3.Separation factor
4. Resolution
5. Height Equivalent to a Theoretical Plate (HETP)
6. Efficiency
7. Asymmetry factor

What are hplc detectors

The work of detector is to detect and give the information to the recorder which shows it in a form of a chromatogram. Every compounds has its own properties which is not completely the same with one another, thus this arises a need to have different detectors for different compounds. Before beginning the separation by HPLC it is thus very important to study about the nature of the compound and select the detector accordingly. The selection of wrong detector misguides our journey of separation and quantification.

Types of hplc detectors

1. Refractive index detectors
2. U.V detectors
3. Fluorescence detectors
4. Electro chemical detectors
5. Evaporative light scattering detectors
6. IR detectors
7. Photo diode array detector:

what are most common hplc detector

Detectors used depends upon the property of the compounds to be separated.  Detectors  are elemental detectors (atomic absorption/emission, inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry and microwave-induced plasma); optical detectors (UV/visible, IR/Raman, optical activity, evaporative light scattering and refractive index); luminescent detectors (fluorescence/phosphorescence, chemiluminescence/bioluminescence); electrochemical detectors (potentiometry, novel material/modified electrodes, array electrodes and pulsed
and oscillometric techniques); mass spectrometric detectors (time-of-flight/MALDI, Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry, electrospray/thermospray, atmospheric pressure ionization and particle beam); and other detection systems (nuclear magnetic resonance, radioactivity detectors, surface plasmon resonance)


HPLC Modes
• Normal-phase (NPC)
– Separation based on adsorption of the analyte onto a polar surface (silica)
• Reversed-phase (RPC)
– Separation based on analytes’ partition coefficients between the mobile phase and the bonded  stationary phase
• Ion-exchange (IEC)
– Separation based on ion-exchanging with the counter-ions and ionic interaction with the bonded ionic group
• Size-exclusion (SEC orGFC)
– Separation based on analyte’s molecular size and  sieving action of the column packing

Limitations  of  HPLC

  • Lack of a Universal Detector.   The lack of a universal detector is often mentioned, although the UV–vis detector comes close to one for chromophoric compounds. Refractive index detection fits the bill, but suffers from low sensitivity and incompatibility with gradient elution. Evaporative light scattering detection (ELSD) was a contender, but was surpassed by charged aerosol detection (CAD). CAD uses a nebulizer with corona discharge detection and has better sensitivity (low ng) and ease-of-use than ELSD
  • Less Separation Efficiency than Capillary Gas Chromatography Conventional.  HPLC has a practi-cal peak capacity (Pc) of ~200 using columns with ~20,000 plates under gradient conditions — not particularly effective for very complex samples
  • Relatively More Difficult for Novices  The bewildering number of HPLC modules, columns, mobile phases, and operating parameters renders HPLC difficult for the novice.
  • Still Arduous, Particularly for Regulated Testing  HPLC is versatile, quantitative, sensi-tive, and extremely precise. It can also be time-consuming and arduous, particularly for regulated analysis under good manufacturing practices (GMP).


HPLC is a complex technique because of its myriad combinations of modules, columns or mobile phases, and operating parameters. Initially chromatographic techniques were used to separate substances based on their color as was the case with herbal pigments. With time its application area was extended considerably. Nowadays, chromatography is accepted as an extremely sensitive, and effective separation method.
HPLC technique which has many superior features including especially its higher sensitivity, rapid turnover rate, its use as a quantitative method, can purify amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids, hydrocarbons, carbohydrates, drugs, antibiotics, and steroids

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  • C.F. Poole, Essence of Chromatography (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002).
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  • Mass Spectrometry for Drug Discovery and Drug Development, W.A. Korfmacher, Ed.(Wiley, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2013).
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  • L. Sannes, “Commercia lizing Biomarkers in Therapeutic and Diagnostic Application– Overview,” Insight Pharma Report

Important Questions on  HPLC

1. Contrast the advantages and disadvantages of thin layer chromatography
(TLC) versus modern HPLC.
2. What does HPLC stand for?
3. What are the advantages of dual reciprocating pumps have over syringe
4. How much does a basic HPLC system cost?
5. What are the sub-categories of liquid chromatography?
6. What is the difference between normal phase HPLC and reverse phase
HPLC? Which is most commonly used today?
7. What chemical factors determine if a chemical will be analyzed in a GC or LC?
8. Can moderately volatile, thermally stable chemical be analyzed on an LC?
9. Why do we filter analyte solutions before injection into an HPLC?
10. Draw a basic HPLC system and label all of the components.
11. Why are pressurized gases used in HPLC?
12. What two preparatory steps must be taken before a solvent can be used as an HPLC mobile phase?
In general, what is the maximum pressure limit of standard HPLC systems?
13. What is the purpose of the proportioning valve? How does this reduce the cost of an HPLC?
14. What is the difference in isocratic and gradient programming? Why is gradient programming sometimes necessary?
15. Why are dual piston pumps preferred over single piston pumps?
16. What is the purpose of a pulse damper?
17. Why are six-port valves used for injecting samples in HPLC?
18. Draw and explain how a six-port valve works.
19. Why are in-line filters used in HPLC systems?
20. What is the composition of the stationary phase and purpose of the guard
21. What are common stationary phases used in reverse phase HPLC?
22. Why do chromatographers purchase their analytical columns instead of self packing their own?
23. How will a poorly packed column affect performance?
24. What is the relationship between performance (resolution) and stationary
phase particle size?
25. Compile a list of HPLC detectors and provide a list of chemicals each can be
used to analyze.
26. Name three advanced types of LC.
27. Why is U-HPLC superior to standard HPLC?
28. How does IC differ from standard HPLC?
29. What is the purpose of the suppressor column in IC?
30. Draw a suppressor column for cation analysis in IC. Explain how it works.
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Lab syllabus SYLLABUS FOR 3rd Year B. Pharm. SEMESTER-V

3rd Year B. Pharm Organic Chemistry Lab II

Course Objectives
1. To introduce the learner to the basic techniques of separation of compound mixtures.
2. To introduce the learner to the procedure for identification of organic compounds
3. To introduce the learner to the methods for recrystallization of compounds
Course Outcomes
The learner will be able to:
1. To carry out the separation of simple compound mixtures.
2. To identify organic compounds based on simple tests
3. To recrystallize compounds use single solvent and binary solvent mixtures
List of Experiments:
1) Separation and quantification of binary mixtures by physical and chemical methods.
Identification of one component and confirmation by preparation of a suitable derivative.
Minimum eight binary mixtures, covering a wide variety of types to be studied
2) Theoretical aspects of recrystallization
3) Recrystallization of organic compounds: at least two with the use of different solvents.

3rd Year B. Pharm Pharmaceutics Lab syllabus

To teach the learner the practical aspects of preparation and evaluation of biphasic suspensions and emulsions, semisolid ointments
and creams, suppositories and aerosols formulations for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications.
Course Outcomes
Upon completion of the course, the learner shall be able to:
1. Understand the formulation aspects of biphasic and semisolid dosage forms
2. Explain calculations involved in formulations
3. Describe the importance of quality evaluation of biphasics, semisolids, suppositories, aerosols
No. Details
Formulation and Preparation of the following:
1 Biphasics: Suspensions and Emulsions
1. Paracetamol Paediatric Oral Suspension IP
2. Dry suspension for reconstitution (any one)
3. Antacid Suspension
5. Liquid Paraffin Emulsion IP
6. White Liniment BPC/ Turpentine Liniment IP
7. Evaluation of any one suspension & one emulsion
Evaluation Parameters: Organoleptic Properties, Particle/droplet size, Sedimentation/Creaming volume ,
pH, stability studies, rheology of any one preparation
2 Semisolids
1. Compound Benzoic acid Ointment IP
2. Aqueous Calamine Cream IP
3. Cetrimide Cream IP
4. Diclofenac Gel BP
Evaluation of any one Ointment / Cream
3 Suppositories
1. Glycerin Suppositories USP
2. Paracetamol Suppositories BP/Indomethacin Suppositories IP /
Bisacodyl suppositories IP/ Aspirin Suppositories USP
Evaluation of any one suppository
4 Pharmaceutical Aerosols
Introduction to different devices for inhalation and demonstration of evaluation of a suitable commercial
product for simple tests related to spray and weight / drug content per discharge
5 Cosmetics: Preparation & Evaluation
1. Toothpaste
2. Clear liquid Shampoo
3. Lipstick/ Nail lacquer
4. Vanishing Cream/Cold cream

3rd Year B. Pharm Experimental Techniques in Microbiology and Biotechnology Lab

Course Objectives
To introduce the learner to some of the common techniques used in microbiological work and biotechnology experiments.
Course Outcomes
1. Characterization and identification of bacteria using various staining techniques (morphological study), colony characterization,
serological and biochemical characteristics
2. Analyze quality of raw material, food and water and assessment of extent of microbial contamination using counting technique
and Evaluate sterility of products.
3. To impart the knowledge of bioassay of antibiotic and test antibiotic sensitivity of few antibiotics.
1. Study of microscope and common laboratory equipment e.g., B.O.D. incubator, laminar air flow unit, aseptic hood, autoclave,
hot-air sterilizer, deep freezer, refrigerator.
2. Sterilization of glassware and preparation and sterilization of nutrient broth, agar slants, plates and inoculation techniques.
3. Isolation of pure culture by T plate, pour plate and streak plate methods. Colony characterization and growth patterns in broth,
4. Study various staining techniques such as Gram Staining, Spore, Negative staining, Cell wall staining, Capsule,
Motility by hanging drop technique.
5. Bacteriological analysis of water (IMVIC and MPN)
6. Test for sterility as per IP (Injection water/ nonabsorbent cotton/soluble powder/ear drops).
7. Antimicrobial assay of antibiotic using cup plate method, introduction to zone of inhibition and calculation.
8. Study drug resistance using antibiotic sensitivity testing
9. Biochemical tests (Catalase, Oxidase, Urease, Nitratase, Protease, Gelatinase, Phosphatase, Amylase).
10. Demonstration experiments
a. Thermal death time and thermal death point.
b. Effect of Ultra-Violet exposure on growth of E. coli.
c. Selection and isolation of bacteria by replica plating.
d. Widal test
e. Counting of bacteria by total count, viable count, and biomass determination method


Pharma Related Associations You should know – Pharmaceutical Business Federations India

Pharma Related Associations You should know - Pharmaceutical Business Federations India

DDTA-(Delhi Drug Traders Association)
RCDA-(Raipur Chemist & Druggist Association) AICDF-(All
India Chemist & Distributor Federation) RCA-(Rajasthan
Chemist Association)
Sreema Medical Stores
Sikkim Chemists Association
Bengal Chemists’ & Druggists’ Association Ahmedabad
Chemists Association
Federation of Gujarat State Chemists’ & Druggists’
Pharmaceutical Wholesalers Association
Navi Mumbai Retail & Wholesalers Association
Retail & Dispensing Chemist Association
Ratnagiri District Chemist & Druggist Association
Tripura Chemists’ & Druggists’ Association
Anand Chemists’ Association
Gwalior Chemist Association
Jhansi Chemist Association
Jabalpur Chemist & Druggist Association
Bhopal Chemist Association
Indore Chemist Association
Indian Drug Manufacturers’ Association (Tamil Nadu,
Kerala & Puducherry State Board)
The Retail Chemists & Druggists Association, Vijayawada
Kurnool District Druggist Association
Andhra Pradesh Chemists & Druggists Association
Bulk Drug Manufactures Association (India)
All Pharma Chemists & Druggists Association of Telangana
Karnataka State Pharmacy Council
Madras Pharmaceutical Wholesalers Association
The Bangalore District Chemist & Druggists Association
(V. Harikrishnan, President)
Chandigarh Chemist Association
CIPI (Confederation of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry)
Raipur District Chemist & Druggist Association
All India Chemist & Druggist Federation
Lucknow Chemist Association
Pharma Distributor Association
Patna Chemist and Druggists Association
Agra Mahanagar Chemist Association
Indian Pharmacist Association
The Chemist & Druggist Association, Baroda

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Equipments , Processing Equipments

Booth No – E30
Address – Plot No. F-27, Ground Floor, BIDC Estate, Gorwa, Vadodara, Gujarat – 390016
Country – India
Tel – 8928063881
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Russell Finex Sieves & Filters Pvt Ltd. designs and manufactures sieving and filtration equipment for the
processing industries. The company’s products include check screening machines, grading sieving
machines, liquid solid separation equipment, ultrasonic sieve deblinding systems, and self-cleaning filters
for liquids. It also offers a range of services, spares, and upgrades. The company serves food and beverage,
pharmaceuticals, coatings, chemicals, ceramics, metal powders, water processing, and recycling industries.
Product –
Custom manufacturing , Filtration / Separation , Laboratory Products and Equipments , Plant / Facility
Equipments , Purification and separation techniques

Booth No – G07
Address – D 34 / E 70 71, Sardar Estate, Ajwa Road, Vadodara, Gujarat- 390019
Country – India
Tel – 0265 2512088
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Super Scientific Works Pvt. Ltd is a leading manufacturer and exporter of – (1) Borosilicate Glass Process
Equipments (2) Fluoro Polymer Lined Pipes, fittings & valves (3) Pure PTFE molded & machined products (4)
Anti corrosive Industrial Coatings Applicator All the products we manufacture are as per the international
standards of quality. We enjoy trust and satisfaction of over 500 reputed clients across globe from various
industrial sectors. Our strong legacy of over 35 years since our establishment in 1982 has helped us to become
market leader in products we supply.
Product –
Laboratory Products and Equipments , Fluoro Polymer Lined Pipes, Fittings and Valves , Plant / Facility
Equipments , Processing Equipments

Telangana State Pharmacy Council Registration process

Telangana State Pharmacy Council Registration process

Telangana State Pharmacy Council Registration process

Telangana State Pharmacy Council is a statutory body constituted by the Government of Telangana State under the provisions of the Pharmacy Act of 1948. The main objective of the council is to regulate the profession and practice of pharmacy in the state of Telangana.

The prime function of the TSPC is to grant registration to the eligible pharmacists possessing requisite qualification as per the provisions of section 32(2) of the Pharmacy Act and to enforce the necessary provisions of the Pharmacy Act 1948 and Telangana State Pharmacy Council Rules, 1955.

Telangana State Pharmacy Council Registration process

Registration process

The registration process is for three types of candidates:

  • B Pharmacy
  • D Pharmacy
  • Pharm D

B Pharmacy registration procedure:

1. Must be a Resident or Practicing in the Telangana State
2. If Employed must disclose Designation, Institution name and place of working
3. Must have valid Email ID and Mobile Number
4. Book a Slot date Online. Personally attend the Council office along with Originals for Endorsement, HardCopies of uploaded Documents and also other related Certificates for verification on the Slot Date
5. Fill Date Of Birth exactly as in S.S.C / S.S.L.C / Matriculation Certificate
6. Fill Name of the Candidate exactly as in Degree Certificate
7. 1 Big Size Cover 14”x 10” affixed with Rs.40/- Postal Stamps. (Self-addressed as in Residential Proof)
8. 1 Small Size Envelope Cover affixed with Rs.40/- Postal Stamps
9. After Agreeing conditions, click Submit button to complete process at your end
10. Download the Form G & NRD form of your qualification i.e B.Pharm fill it and submit it at the time of submission of your application in the office.

D Pharmacy registration procedure:

1. Must be a Resident or Practicing in the Telangana State
2. If Employed must disclose Designation, Institution name and place of working
3. Must have valid Email ID and Mobile Number
4. Book a Slot date Online. Personally attend the Council office along with Originals for Endorsement, HardCopies of uploaded Documents and also other related Certificates for verification on the Slot Date
5. Fill Date Of Birth exactly as in S.S.C / S.S.L.C / Matriculation Certificate
6. Fill Name of the Candidate exactly as in Diploma Certificate
7. 1 Big Size Cover 14”x 10” affixed with Rs.40/- Postal Stamps. (Self-addressed as in Residential Proof)
8. 1 Small Size envelope affixed with Rs.40/- Postal Stamps
9. After Agreeing conditions, click Submit button to complete process at your end
10. Download the Form G & NRD form of your qualification i.e D.Pharm fill it and submit it at the time of submission of your application in the office.

Pharm D registration procedure:

1. Must be a Resident or Practicing in the Telangana State
2. If Employed must disclose Designation, Institution name and place of working
3. Must have valid Email ID and Mobile Number
4. Book a Slot date Online. Personally attend the Council office along with Originals for Endorsement, HardCopies of uploaded Documents and also other related Certificates for verification on the Slot Date
5. Fill Date Of Birth exactly as in S.S.C / S.S.L.C / Matriculation Certificate
6. Fill Name of the Candidate exactly as in Degree Certificate
7. 1 Big Size Cover 14”x 10” affixed with Rs40/- postal stamp. (Self-addressed as in Residential Proof)
8. 1 Small Size Envelope Cover affixed with Rs.40/- Postal Stamps
9. After Agreeing of conditions, click Submit button to complete process at your end
10. Download the Form G & NRD form of your qualification i.e Pharm.D fill it and submit it at the time of submission of your application in the office.

Hyderabad – Manufacturing Laboratory & Medical Devices Companies

Hyderabad – Manufacturing Laboratory & Medical Devices Companies

Booth No – C21
Address – 5th & 4th Floor, TP House, Beside Carwash, Jaihind Enclaves, Jaihind road, Madhapur, Hyderabad,
Telangana- 500081
Country – India
Tel – 040 40638200
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Aztec is a manufacturing and information management firm founded by industry experts, for industry experts. Our team is comprised of consultants with experience both leading and executing projects in the industries we serve. As a result, we design and implement our projects with a strong understanding of what our clients need and with their best interest in mind. We are proven in Global top 10 Pharmaceutical and Water/Wastewater firms delivering projects ranging from industrial control and automation to enterprise systems (i.e. LIMS, CAPA, and CMMS) and services including project management, design, implementation, and validation.
Product –
Consulting services , Process Automation & Controls Hyderabad – Manufacturing Laboratory & Medical Devices Companies

Booth No – E07
Address – # 817, Manjeera Majestic Commercial, KPHB, Hyderabad, Telangana- 500072
Country – India
Tel – 040 4270 3663
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Ecobliss, a global leader in field of packaging, was established with an aim of providing innovative packaging
solution and high visibility packaging. Our unique and innovative cold seal technology, is a robust, simple,
easy to use and ecofriendly way of packaging helped us to provide innovative packaging solutions like unique
physician’s samples, blister cards, blister cartons, wallets, dose packs (single/ multiple dose packs), child
resistant packaging, etc. to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. At Ecobliss, we also offer range of
other packaging solutions like mono cartons, fluted cartons, technical blisters, blister trays, transparent
boxes, contract packings and various packaging machinery. Our team of skilled and packaging professionals
will help you to provide right packaging solution for your needs from stage of development, realization and
implementation throughout the entire process.
Product –
Blister Packaging/ Pharmacutical packaging/ cartons/ Packaging Machinery

Booth No – F06
Address – 201, Sree Vensai Towers Varuna Block Kompally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh- 500014
Country – India
Tel – 91-40-27165311
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Integrated Cleanroom Technologies Pvt Ltd (ICLEAN) a group Company of Takasago Thermal Engineering(TTE),
Japan is the leading Cleanroom Manufacturer from India, providing total cleanroom solution on turnkey
basis. ICLEAN is a one stop solution provider for design, manufacture, installation, commissioning &
validation of complete modular cleanrooms along with seamlessly integrated HVAC system. Product list
include Cleanroom Accessories, Lab Furniture, Fume hoods, Air Handling Units including HVAC, BMS, and
Electrical etc. For more details please refer our website
Product –
Clean Room Equipments , Laboratory Products and Equipments , Turnkey Cleanroom Solutions

Booth No – B21
Address – Plot 6, Shed 2, IDA Bollaram, Miyapur, Hyderabad, Telangana- 502325
Country – India
Tel – +91-7032820763
Fax – 08458279790
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Moreschi Doors is an European company setup with fully fledged operations in manufacturing industrial
doors at Hyderabad, India. It is a Group company of MoreschiSrl-Italy. MoreschiSrl has 50 years of experience,
technology and continuous innovation to be a successful top company in the market and leaders in European
markets. Moreschi Doors modern technology setup to manufacture and service the Indian and Asian
markets. We manufacture Industrial Folding Doors & Sliding Doors, Rapid Roll up Doors & Rapid Fold up
Doors, Insulated Rolling Shutters. Applications of our Products: AirCraft Hangars,Automobile,Engineering
Industry,Food Industry,Healthcare,Industrial Production Areas, Logistics, Pharmaceuticals, Ship Industries,
Ware Houses.
Product –
Industrial Doors

Booth No – A20
Address – Plot No-116 , I.D.A Bollaram, Near Miyapur,Hyderabad, Telangana- 502325
Country – India
Tel – +91-9515192020
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Nicomac Clean Room System is most advanced Technology for Pharmaceutical, API, Biotechnology, Food
& Electronic Industries .We offer Clean Room Panels, Doors, Windows& False Ceilings. We offer HPL, PCGI,
PPGI, SS, GRP & insulations of PUF, PIR Rockwool& Honeycomb. We combine our top quality product with
skilled installation crew. High Quality, Attractive appearance & competitive price. Only first class materials
are used, high quality finishes are applied on all surfaces. Nicomac is one of the most modern and efficient
Clean Room plant in Asia, manufactures according to International QA & safety standards with European
and Japanese machinery.
Product –
Clean Room Equipments , Clean Room Moudlar System

Booth No – D34
Address – Plot No 113/A/1 , Lane No 8, Phase II, IDA Cherlapally, Hyderabad, Telangana- 500051
Country – India
Tel – 040 27261114/27261113
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Pharma Engineers, are one of the leading companies involved in the Design, Manufacture, Supply and Service in the field of Pharmaceutical HVAC and Turnkey Solutions. Catering to a spectrum of Pharmaceutical Industries involving Formulations, Sterile and Biotech Industries. Research and clean room facilities Products manufactured are customised, efficient and performance oriented like Pharma Grade AHUs with Manifolds,
Prefabricated Ducting, Pre & Fine Filters, Dynamic/Static Pass box, Dispensing booth, Hot water Generators,
Ceiling Suspended LAF, Vertical LAF, Mobile LAF, Mist Showers and Terminal Modules etc., Pharma Engineers
are also rated as one of the best service provider in INDIA
Product –
Clean Room Equipments , Consulting services , Custom manufacturing , Laboratory Products and Equipments
, Machinery , HVAC , Plant / Facility Equipments

Booth No – G49
Address – Polmon House Nizampet Road Kukatpally, Hyderabad, Telangana- 500072
Country – India
Tel – 040-23053046
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Polmon provides Process Automation and Instrumentation Solutions to Life Sciences Industry, particularly
the Pharmaceutical Industry.. Polmon has following divisions: 1. Instruments 2. Automation 3. Single Fluid
Heat Transfer Systems 4. Services 5. Medical Devices. For more information please visit
Product –
Automation and Robotics , Clean Room Equipments , Instruments , Process Automation & Controls ,

Booth No – G45
Address – Plot #75B, Sy#735, SV Co-op Industrial Estate, Balanagar, Phase-2, Hyderabad, Telangana- 500037
Country – India
Tel – 040 23774310
Fax – 040 23774309
Email – [email protected]
Website –
Description –
Smart Labtech, a premier supplier of Laboratory, Analytical, Biotechnological, Environmental, Microscopy
and Weighing Equipment suitable for different applications. SMART LABTECH has products such as
Weighing Balances, Incubators, Ovens, Vacuum Ovens, Water Baths, Stability Chambers, Microscopes,
Spectrophotometer, Gas Chromatography, NIR, FTIR, Deep Freezers, Colony Counters, Centrifuges,
Microbiological Products, Melting Point, Columns, Platform Balances, XRD/XRF, ICP/ICP-MS, HPLC,
Viscometers, 3D Laser Scanners, Furnaces, Stirring Line, pH&Conductivity meters , Autoclaves, etc.,
Product –
Analytical Equipments , Instruments , Laboratory Products and Equipments , Purification and separation
techniques , Tablet disintegrants , Testing and Measurement

List of Manufacturers & Exporters of Lab & Scientific Equipment

List of Manufacturers & Exporters of Lab & Scientific Equipment

Company Names of Manufacturers & Exporters of Laboratory & Scientific Equipment

List of Manufacturers & Exporters of Lab & Scientific Equipment
Accrual Pharma Pack LLP B
Accupack Engineering Pvt Ltd C
Accura Pharmaquip Pvt Ltd D
Accurate Machines D
ACD Machine Control Co. Pvt. Ltd. A
Aditya Chemicals I
AGARAM Industries G
Airtech Systems India Pvt. Ltd. G
Allegro Pharmachem Equipments A
Allyone Industries G
Ambica Engineering Works A
Amkette Analytics Ltd H
Analytical Technologies Limited F
Anton Paar H
Anvay Pharma Systems Pvt. Ltd. B
Aril Pharmaceuticals J
Armacell India Pvt. Ltd. E
Autocal Solutions Pvt. Ltd. F
Autopack Industries D
Avcon Controls Pvt. Ltd. B
Avians Innovations Technology Pvt. Ltd. G
Avon Pharma Machines Pvt. Ltd. B
Aztec Process Automation (P) Ltd. C
Bazaz Publications F
Belimo Actuators India Pvt. Ltd. F
Bio Clean Integrated Air System Private Limited C
Biolinx India Private Limited F
BITZER India Pvt. Ltd. D
Bliss-ca Technologies A
B.M Scientific F
Borosil Glass Works Ltd. F
Brilliant Process Machinery Pvt. Ltd. F
BRK Instruments India LLP H
Bruker India Scientific Pvt. Ltd. F
Bry-Air (Asia) Private Limited F
Casilica Dehumidifiers F
Cintex Industrial Corporation H
Condot System Pvt Ltd C
Contech Instruments Limited G
Control Print Limited B
CU-V-KAR Genetics I
Cyklop Packaging Systems (I) Pvt Ltd. C
Dandong Bettersize Instruments Ltd. H
Design Centre B
DHV Fitting Pvt. Ltd. A
Dockweiler AG E
Domino Printech India LLP B
Dry Air India Pvt. Ltd. E & E
Comapany Name Booth No.
Dumra Machines C
Durva Machinery E
Ecobliss India Pvt. Ltd. E
Elementar India Pvt. Ltd. H
ELGI Equipments Limited C
Elmach Packages (India) Pvt Ltd C
Esico International H A
Expert Vision Labs Pvt. Ltd. H
Express Pharma F
FabLab Engineering India Pvt Ltd C
Fabtech Pharma C
Falcon Machineries E
Finex Sieves Pvt Ltd E
First Source Laboratory Solutions F
FLIR Systems India Pvt. Ltd. F
Galaxy Sivtek Pvt. Ltd. E
Gandhi Automations Pvt. Ltd. A
Gangwal Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. J
Gem Pharma Machineries B
Global Packaging D
Global Vision (Pharma Machines and Technology) F
GMP Technical Solutions Pvt. Ltd F
Goel Scientific Glass Works Ltd. H
G T Metals & Tubes A
Hangzhou Tianshan Precision Filter Material Co.,
Harsiddhi Pharma Equipments E
Helios Concrew Pvt. Ltd. C
Hiten Techno Products Corporation
HMG India F
Hoong-A Corporation A
Hugopharm Technologies Private Limited E
Hygro Tech Engineers G
I R Technology Services Pvt. Ltd. F
Idealin Fogging Systems F
Imageprovision Technology Private Limited G
Indu IonPure India Pvt. Ltd. D
Inos Technologies Pvt. Ltd. D
Integrated Cleanroom Technology Pvt. Ltd. F
Jetspray Innovations Private Limited A
J-Sil Trading Corporation H
June Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. E
Jupiter Integrated Sensor Systems Pvt. Ltd. A A
Kaeser Compressors India Pvt. Ltd. C
Kambert Machinery Co. Pvt. Ltd. C
Khosla Profil Pvt. Ltd. A
Kirloskar Pneumatic Company Limited B
Kitten Enterprises Pvt Ltd B
Accrual Pharma Pack LLP

Kongposh Publications Pvt. Ltd. (The Pharma Review)
L&P Global Inc. D
Lab Services F
Labindia Instruments Pvt. Ltd. H
Lablink H
Labtop Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Leistung Engineering Pvt. Ltd. A
Mack Pharmatech Pvt. Ltd. G
Mahati Polymer Corporation E
Mark Vi Trac Systems E
Mascon Techneeds E & E
Masibus Automation And Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd. G
Maxcare Device E
Mec-Well Pharma Machinery Pvt Ltd B
Measuretest Instruments F
Mechmaark Filtech India Pvt. Ltd. H
Microbioz India – The Magazine F
Micronclean Ltd. F A
Mistry Engineering A
Mistry Packtech Engineering E
Moreschi Asia Doors Pvt. Ltd. B
Naturon Healthcare Limited D
Netfil Technik Pvt. Ltd. D
Nexgen Pharmatech B A
Nicomac Clean Rooms Far East LLP A
NIHVA Technologies Pvt. Ltd. C
NPM Machinery Pvt Ltd. D
Ohmkar Equipments F
Om Industries B
Omega Scientific Instruments Pvt Ltd D
Osworld Scientific Equipments Pvt. Ltd. A
Pacific Tools Pvt. Ltd. E
Pacmac Solution Pvt. Ltd. B
Perkinelmer (India) Pvt. Ltd F
Pharma Mech Machineries E
Polmon Instruments Private Limited G
Powerjet Engineering LLP B
PRETECH Automation Pvt. Ltd. E
Prudence Pharma Chem I
PT Electronics Pvt. Ltd. E
Rahul Enterprises A
Rahul Ferromet & Engg. Pvt. Ltd. C
Rattan Filters & Exporters Pvt. Ltd. E
Rehoboth Enviro Systems D
Remi Elektrotechnik Limited G
Renessen Packages Private Limited A
Roop Telsonic Ultrasonix Ltd. D
Rotarex F
Comapany Name Booth No.
Russell Finex Sieves and Filters Pvt Ltd. E
S.K. Pharma Machinery Pvt. Ltd. A
Sachin Industries Ltd. D
Saffron Media (Chronicle Pharmabiz) F
Saimach Pharmatech Pvt. Ltd. B
Saksham Analytical Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Sanitt Equipment & Machines P. Ltd. A
Sartorius India Pvt. Ltd. F
Schott Kaisha Private Limited B
Scientific Research Instruments Company Private
Shah Brothers B
Sharad Micro Die & Engg. Works B A
Shimadzu Analytical (I) Pvt. Ltd. F
Shredders and Shredding Co. C
Shreenath Enterprise D
Smart Labtech Pvt. Ltd. G
Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facility(SAIF) G
SpectrumPharmaTECH Consultants Pvt. Ltd. B
Spinco Biotech Pvt. Ltd. F
Spraytech Systems India Pvt. Ltd. A
Suntec Teknopak Cleanrooms & Containments E
Super Scientific Works Pvt. Ltd. G
Svan Analytical Instruments Pvt Ltd. F
Swati Spentose Pvt. Ltd. I
Techbio Solutions F
Technovalue Solutions Pvt. Ltd. G
Techline Industries C
Tempo Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Tempsens Instruments (I) Pvt. Ltd. G
Tex Mech Engineers D
The Bombay Engineering Works A
Thermolab Scientific Equipments Pvt Ltd F
Titan Biotech Ltd. H
Top Syringe Mfg. Co. Pvt. Ltd. G A
TOPSE Process Solutions Pvt. Ltd. D
Toshvin Analytical Pvt. Ltd. G
Trio India A
Unichrome Associates H
Utopia Optovision Pvt. Ltd. C
Valfit Process Equipment Pvt. Ltd. A
Valiant Pharma Equipments A
Vignesh Lighting Technologies F
Watermass Systems Pvt. Ltd. A
Welch Materials India Pvt. Ltd. H
Xpert Scientific Pvt. Ltd. H
Xin Weisheng C



Booth No – I
Address – / , Ajanta Estate, At Vasna-Iyava, Tal Sanand, Ahmedabad, Gujarat-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address – & ,Satellite Silver,andheri kurla road, Above Kotak Mahindra Bank, Marol Naka, Andheri
(East), Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address – Unit no. , Mona Industrial Estate no. Behind Tirupati Udyog Nagar Sativali, Vasai (East), Thane,
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address – R- / , TTC Industrial Area, Rabale, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – ext
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address: ,Bluebell Commercial Complex , Manas Indl.Hub,Chinchpada,Vasai (East), Dist.Palghar- ,
Country – India
Email: [email protected]

Address – / b Gwalior House Rajpur Road Civil Lines Delhi-
Country – India
Tel – –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address – No. , Ganquan Road, Jinquan Industrial Park, Dandong, Liaoning-
Country – China
Tel –
Email – info
Website –

Address – Unit no. , Niraj Indl Estate Behind Paper Box, Off. Mahakali Caves Road Andheri (East), Mumbai,
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website –


Address – # , Manjeera Majestic Commercial, KPHB, Hyderabad, Telangana-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Address – ELGI Industrial Complex, Trichy Road, Singanallur, Coimbatore, Chennai-
Country – India
Tel –
Fax –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – H A
Address – Tower Wali Building, Opp.Sec- Vill-Kamli, Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – msei
Website –

Booth No – H
Address – , Anandi Bldg, Dr. M.B. Raut road, Opp. Bal Mohan School, Dadar (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – F
Address – st Floor,Express Towers, Nariman point,- ,Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – F
Address – # , Nimishamba Arcade, nd Floor , rd Cross, arekere Mair Road, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore,
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – E
Address – GIDC Makarpura, Vadodara, Gujarat-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – A
Address – Chawda Commercial Centre, Link Road, Malad (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – + /
Fax – +
Email – [email protected]
Website –

Booth No – F
Address – M- , Neighborhood Complex Near State Bank Of India, Nerul Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website –




The field of B- pharmacy is yet to be discovered further as it opts, not by a generous number of students but certainly, it has got a great future. B-pharmacy or Bachelors of Pharmacy is an undergraduate course offered to students in the pharmacy sector. The 2 well-known government agencies or the educational board which provides and regulates pharma education in our country are The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). B-Pharma is a course which one can take up as a career after class 12. It is a 4-year long course, consisting of 8 semesters, (2 semesters in each year). 


A person with a minimum of 55% – 60% of marks in their 12 boards with PCM, PCB OR PCMB and compulsorily English as their core subjects is eligible to take admission in these courses. The study of B-Pharmacy basically includes the medicines, drugs, their pharmacological actions, formulations, chemical bonding, chemical structures, biochemistry, etc. However, this sudden treacherous COVID 19 pandemic has screwed the dreams of many. The sudden shut in all the ongoing activities has hit hard in everybody’s life. The children, in particular, are one of those most vulnerable groups as their futures are yet to be defined and set their goals for the future. However, with the gradual advancement of technology, it is now possible for students to access their classes online. Also in the growing field of pharma education, there are a lot of sites which provide good online courses in this field. The following are to name a few of the pharma educational sites for B- Pharmacy:

This sites provides a complete guide for pharmacy education and also to a number of sub-subjects beneath it like pharmaceutical microbiology, pharmaceutical analysis, and pharmaceutical biotechnology etc. It also provides study materials in the form of notes, provides guides for competitive examinations, important questions from previous year question papers and a lot more to discover.

  1. Pharmacy 180:
  2. PharmaTutor/ Pharmacy Infopedia:
  4. Drug control (
  5. Indian Drug Database (
  6. A to Z drug information
  7. National Library of Medicine (
  8. Open Directory Project (
  9. Govt. website for pharmaceutical-related Information (
  10. Medical News ( (



The typical process that is followed in an analytical method validation is chronologically listed below:

  • 1. Planning and deciding on the method validation experiments
  • 2. Writing and approval of method validation protocol
  • 3. Execution of the method validation protocol
  • 4. Analysis of the method validation data
  • 5. Reporting the analytical method validation
  • 6. Finalizing the analytical method procedure

The method validation experiments should be well planned and laid out to ensure efficient use of time and resources during execution of the method validation. The best way to ensure a well – planned validation study is to write a method validation protocol that will be reviewed and signed by the appropriate person (e.g., laboratory management and quality assurance). The validation parameters that will be evaluated will depend on the type of method to be validated. Analytical methods that are commonly validated can be classified into three main categories: identification, testing for impurities, and assay.

Table below lists the ICH recommendations for each of these methods. Execution of the method validation protocol should be carefully planned to optimize the resources and time required to complete the full validation study. For example, in the validation of an assay method, linearity and accuracy may be validated at the same time as both experiments can use the same standard solutions.

A normal validation protocol should contain the following contents at a minimum:

  1. (a) Objective of the protocol
  2. (b) Validation parameters that will be evaluated
  3. (c) Acceptance criteria for all the validation parameters evaluated
  4. (d) Details of the experiments to be performed
  5. (e) Draft analytical procedure

The data from the method validation data should be analyzed as the data are obtained and processed to ensure a smooth flow of information. If an experimental error is detected, it should be resolved as soon as possible to reduce any impact it may have on later experiments. Analysis of the data includes visual examination of the numerical values of the data and chromatograms followed by statistical treatment of the data if required.


Note: −, characteristic not normally evaluated; +, characteristic normally evaluated. a In cases where reproducibility has been performed, intermediate precision is not needed. b Lack of specificity of one analytical procedure could be compensated by other supporting analytical procedure(s). c May be needed in some cases.