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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2013)

Pharmaceutical Industry and Technology Transfer Agencies in India

Vivek Dave, Ashutosh Pareek, Sachdev Yadav, Swapnil Sharma & Sarvesh Paliwal

Introduction: In current scenario of research and development the technology transfer plays an pivotal role. This article emphasizes the various aspects of technology transfer agencies in pharmaceutical industries in India. Although technology transfer has received substantial attention among government, enterprise and universities in recent days, there does not appear to be a comprehensive strategy and holistic approach to deal with this issue. The article will first define the role and agencies of technology transfer agencies in India. Afterwards, the article will focus on how different agencies will work tougher to develop a goal of technology transfer. Technology plays a central role in the economic and social transformation of countries. The wide use of technology in an economy tends to lead to improvement in the quality of production, generation of new knowledge, improvement in living standards and productivity or efficiency of exports. The technology transfer process results in investment in the production of food, medicines, steel, cars, electronics as one party gains access to a second party’s technology, successfully learning and absorbing it, and implementing it in production.

 

 

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