INR 3.5 Lacs to INR 5.5 Lacs PA
INR Over USD 261 billion
25 lac position globally
This program is an award-winning programme and is India’s first & till date the most sought-after programme within the science fraternity.
It is a broad concept with various components, such as clinical research activities, drug management research, drug manufacturing, determining the right dosages of medications for human consumption, and effects of particular medications on the human body, among others.
The PG Diploma Clinical Research offers an advanced study of the sub-disciplines of epidemiology, data management, and biostatistics. Along with the curriculum's theoretical components, this programme also focuses on teaching students how to use their knowledge and skills in the real world.
The comprehensive curriculum enhances the avenues available to students when they step into the industry for faster career scope in Clinical Research.
The mix of Clinical Research, Clinical Data Management, Medical Writing and Pharmacovigilance curriculum along with Management Module and Soft Skills in the course ensures a head start to move up the corporate ladder faster.
Clinical research Industry: Global & Indian perspective
The market was further driven by COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of making India a hub for conducting clinical trials. The large number of patients also highlights the growing demand for treatments and immunizations. Currently, 288 medicines and 106 vaccines are in various stages of development, with almost 7.0% of therapeutics in Phase IV, 21.0% in Phase III, and 43.0%, 13.0%, and respectively, Phase II and Phase I.
These rules have brought India's regulatory framework on par with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) norms and now India is among the top choices for global clinical trials. India's clinical trials market is expected to reach $3.15 billion by 2025 with a compounded annual growth rate of 8.7%.
A new set of rules in place since 2019 is beginning to make India an attractive destination for big pharma to conduct clinical trials in India..
Today, around 50,000 clinical research professionals are required in the clinical research industry.
Module I – Introduction to Clinical Research
Module II – Basic Pharmacology and Pharmacy in Clinical Research
Module III – New Drug Development
Module IV – Ethical Guidelines in Clinical Research
Module V – Ethics in Clinical Research
Module VI – Regulations in Clinical Research
Module VII – Biostatistics in Clinical Research
Module VIII – Specialist Clinical Trials and Clinical Trial Designs
Module IX – Clinical Trial Documentation
Module X – Quality in Clinical Trials
Module XI – Clinical Data Management
Module XII – Clinical Trial Management
Module XII – Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
Module XIV – Soft Skills for a Clinical Research Professional