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Welcome to AIDCOC

The All India Drugs Control Officers' Confederation was framed on 28th December, 1995 at Visakhapatnam as a result of untiring efforts of many officers across the country and the initiative taken by the Andhra Pradesh Drugs Inspectors' Association, the Kerala Drugs Control Enforcement Officers' Association and Tamil Nadu Drugs Inspectors' Association

The first Executive Committee with Shri R. Narayanaswami as the first President was elected at the said historical meeting. The Executive Committee immediately swung into action and a constitution of the AIDCOC was drafted at the meeting held at Hyderabad. In this meeting, the Objectives, Mission, Vision and the Strategy to be followed clearly defined and documented.

Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Award for the year of 2013: Sri R. Uday Bhaskar - AP (Received during 65th IPC)

    S.W. Deshpande in year 2006 – Maharashtra.

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Best Drugs Control Officer Award

  • R.W. Gudal, Maharashtra -2000
    Dr. M. Venkateswarlu, CDSCO – 2001
    S.P. Adeshara, Gujarat - 2002
    Dr. M. Venkata Reddy, Andhra Pradesh - 2003
    P.P. Sharma, Delhi - 2004
    Dr. B.R. Jagashetty, Karnataka - 2005
    M.P. George, Kerala – 2006
    G. Dharma Data, Andhra Pradesh - 2008
    Dr. Ramkishan (CDSCO) & Bhaskaran, TamilNadu – 2009
    OS Sadvani, Maharashtra – 2010
    VL Hambar, Karnataka – 2011
    Uttarwar, Maharashtra - 2012
    Sri Navneet Marwaha, Himachal Pradesh - 2013

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Best Drugs Inspector Award

  • For the year of 2012
    Parvinder Malik (Haryana)
    Dr. Shyam Narayan Dhar (West Bengal)
    Manish Kapoor (Himachal Pradesh)
    Nitin Devidar Dore (Maharashtra)
    Maddukuri Chandra Rao (Andhra Pradesh)
    R. Venkateshan (Delhi)
    Ranjeet Kumar (Bihar)
    Ajay Mudugal Krishnappa (Karnataka)
    Dr. R.A. Adhiyaman (Tamil Nadu)

    For the year of 2011
    Gurucharan Singh (Haryana)
    Dr. Dipankar Dutta Chowdhury (West Bengal)
    Nishant Sareen (Himachal Pradesh)
    Juga Kishore Bhikulal Mantri (Maharashtra)
    G. Sreenivas (Andhra Pradesh)
    K.C. Agarwal (Delhi)
    Rajesh Kumar Sinha (Bihar)
    Shankar Naik (Karnataka)
    M. Rani (Tamil Nadu)

    NR Bhattacharya (Delhi)
    Sujith Kumar (Jharkhand)
    Sukumar Das (West Bengal)
    Garima Sharma (Himachal Pradesh)
    NV Reghuram (Karnataka)
    M Suresh (Karnataka)
    R P Chaudhari (Maharashtra)
    Arvind Zala (Gujarat)
    Shaji M Varghese (Kerala)
    Kulvinder Singh (Punjab)
    Suresh Babu (Andhra Pradesh)

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The All India Drugs Control Officers’ Confederation.
  • HISTORY
    The Drugs Control Officers play a very important and vital role in ensuring availability of safe, standard and efficacious medicine at a fair price and therefore they should be seen at the Center Stage of the Health Care Management system. [more]
  • AIDCOC BIRTH
    As a result of untiring efforts of many officers across the country and the initiative taken by the Andhra Pradesh Drugs Inspectors’ Association,..... [more]
  • LEGAL STATUS
    The “ALL INDIA DRUGS CONTROL OFFICERS’ CONFEDERATION” is registered as the Society under the Registration of Society Act-1860,......[more]
  • MISSION
    To achieve professional excellence through continuous training, better coordination amongst the Drugs Control Officers and more interaction with fellow pharmacists to establish the pharmacist and regulatory officers as vital link in the chain of healthcare delivery.
  • PHILOSOPHY
    To achieve professional excellence through continuous training, better coordination amongst the Drugs Control Officers and more interaction with fellow pharmacists to establish the pharmacist and regulatory officers as vital link in the chain of healthcare delivery.