Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers notifies ceiling price of certain scheduled formulations

Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers notifies ceiling price of certain scheduled formulations

September 12, 2017 Industry Specific 0

In an order dated 11th August, 2017 issued under the Drugs (Prices Control) Order, 2013 (“DPCO, 2013”), the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (“Ministry”)  has fixed and notified the ceiling prices, (exclusive of Goods and Services Tax) of scheduled formulations specified below:

 

Sl. No.Name of the Scheduled FormulationDosage form & StrengthUnitCeiling Price

(Rs.)

1MidazolamTablet 7.5mg1 Tablet20.37
2Benzyl penicillinPowder for Injection 10 Lac UnitsEach Pack4.72
3Para-aminosalicylic acidGranules (As licensed)1 Gram2.58
4IfosfamidePowder for Injection 2gEach Pack861.83
5CloxacillinTablet 250mg1 Tablet1.57
6RifabutinTablet 150mg1 Tablet33.61
7CloxacillinCapsule 250mg1 Capsule1.02
8CloxacillinCapsule 500mg1 Capsule1.72
9IbuprofenOral Liquid 100mg/5ml1 ML0.17935


Key 
Features:

All manufacturers of scheduled formulations, selling branded or generic or both versions of scheduled formulations at a price higher than the ceiling price (plus goods and services tax as applicable) so fixed and notified by the Government, mandated to revise the prices of all such formulations downward not exceeding the ceiling price as specified in the Column “Ceiling Price” in the table above.

  1. All the existing manufacturers of above mentioned scheduled formulations having MRP lower than the ceiling price specified in column “Ceiling Price” in the above table plus goods and services tax as applicable, if any, shall continue to maintain the existing MRP in accordance with DPCO, 2013.
  2. After notification of the ceiling price, the manufacturer must issue a price list in Form–V to the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (“NPPA”) through Integrated Pharmaceutical Database Management System (“IPDMS”) Portal and submit a copy to State Drug Controller and dealers.
  3. Every retailer and dealer must display the price list and the supplementary price list, if any, as furnished by the manufacturer, on a conspicuous part of the premises where he carries on business so that it is easily accessible to any person wishing to consult the same.
  4. The manufacturers of the above mentioned scheduled formulations must furnish quarterly return to the NPPA through the IPDMS Portal for production / import and sale of scheduled formulations in Form-III of Schedule-II of the DPCO, 2013.
  5. The manufacturers not complying with the ceiling price specified hereinabove shall be liable to deposit the overcharged amount along with interest thereon under the provisions of the DPCO, 2013 read with Essential Commodities Act, 1955.

Source: Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers

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