SUGAM Portal Handling And Fee Submission
In January 2016, India’s Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) introduced SUGAM, an online portal, for filing applications of various services. The services offered by the SUGAM includes online submissions, review, and grant of NOC/permission.
How to register?
Following are the steps required to register and make submissions on SUGAM:
Step 1: To register
- Applicants such as corporate, importers, Indian agents, subsidiaries can register themselves on the portal.
- Manufacturing units are not allowed to register on the portal directly.
- Manufacturing units can use the login created by the corporate for SUGAM on their behalf.
Types of Applications Allowed to File In The SUGAM
SUGAM allows users to file the following type of applications:
- Certificate of Registration – Form 41 for Drugs
- Certificate of Registration – Form 41 for Medical Devices
- Certificate of Registration – Form 41 for Diagnostic Kit
- Certificate of Registration – Cosmetics
- License of Import – Form 10 for Drugs
- License of Import – Form 10 for Medical Devices
- License of Import – Form 10 for Diagnostic Kit
- Clinical Trial Test License
- BE NOC for Clinical Trial for importing/manufacturing a New Drug
- Permission to conduct GCT
Benefits of the SUGAM
- Applicants can directly apply for all import licenses to the CDSCO
- Easy tracking of status of submissions
- Easy query handling
- Applicants can directly upload documents related to activities of submission
SUGAM is an online e-Governance portal introduced by the government of India to build an in-depth Regulatory framework for the registration processes of the CDSCO.