A STATUTORY BODY CONSTITUTED UNDER SECTION 19 OF PHARMACY ACT 1948 (CENTRAL ACT)
Fill up the prescribed application and remit a fee of Rs. 50/- , then you can download the certificate after the payment approval from the council.
A Registered Pharmacist on acquiring higher qualification related with Pharmacy and approved by Pharmacy council of India will be eligible to enter his/her additional qualification in the register of State Pharmacy Council and can obtain a certificate of additional qualification.
Additional Qualification cannot be applied with Provisional Certificate.
Documents to be produced along with a Fees of Rs.250/-
As per Pharmacy Act Section 34, all Pharmacist should renew their registration before 31st December every year. The State Council should publish the List of Pharmacist soon after the 1st day of April every year. The Pharmacist can renew their registration by submitting the application and paying Rs. 100/- as renewal fee. Those who have opted NRDS (Non-refundable Deposit Scheme) scheme should submit a request for renewal before 31st December in every year. They are exempted from paying renewal fee. KSPC grants a grace period from 1st January to 31st March for renewal of registration to those who could not make it before 31st December.
KSPC grants restoration of renewal of registration in genuine cases to those who could not renew their registration for more than 05 years. The approval of the council executive committee is mandatory for restoration of registration. Pharmacist”s shall apply to the Registrar by stating the reason for the lapse along with the documentary proof ,if any. For more details contact council office.
If the PRC is irrecoverably spoiled or lost a duplicate PRC can be obtained by remitting prescribed fees. Such applicants should submit along with the application an affidavit from the 1st class Judicial Magistrate certifying that the PRC is irrecoverably lost or damaged and that the same will be surrendered in case it is recovered later. The duplicate PRC will be issued only affixing “DUPLICATE”. The approval of the council executive committee is mandatory for issuing Duplicate Certificate. For more details contact council office.
The old Registration Certificate issued by the KSPC has been replaced with the new model high security certificate with hologram, as per the provisions in the Kerala Pharmacy Council Rules. Registered Pharmacists possessing the old format of Pharmacy Registration Certificate can change their certificate to new format. The Council will issue high security certificate and identity card on the receipt of an application along with the old Pharmacy Registration Certificate and ID Card in original with 1 passport size photo along with Fee of Rs. 300/-
The Pharmacists who practice in the state of Kerala should wear ID card issued by the KSPC. By paying Rs.100/- Pharmacist can apply for ID card in a prescribed form. The validity of ID card will be 5 years.
The applicant should submit an application along with a copy of Pharmacy Registration Certificate and Diploma / Degree in Pharmacy (If additional Qualification acquired - copy of additional qualification Certificate should also be submitted).