The Association of Regulatory Affairs Professionals (ARAP) established in October, 2016 is a National Level Professional and Non-profit Society registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860. It has a large membership of individuals involved in the area of regulatory affairs and each individual represent as Interface between Industry and Statutory Government Bodies to protect promote the industrial growth along with regulatory compliance.ARAP is a professional organisation of people involved in regulatory affairs that supports its members to achieve the highest standards through information and training and participates on an active and constructive way to the policymaking within the pharmaceutical and related sectors including Drugs,Medical Devices,Cosmetics and Toiletries,Biologics,Bio-Similar products,Insecticides and Pesticides,Foods and Nutritional products.We the ARAP came into existence as a result of United front of different employees of various organization regulatory department pertaining to healthcare products.The Initial Foundation was laid by twenty intellectuals under the capable leadership of Founder President Dr. Sangamesh Puranik.All of the members are working at managerial levels in different companies.This association also seeks advice from senior personal from different fields as 'Advisory Committee'. This association fulfills the golden rule of Indian sovereignty "Unity in Diversity".
ARAP advances the capacity of regulatory Affairs professionals to develop literate society in terms of regulations framed by Indian Government.
ARAP and its associates offer 'Regulatory Affairs Certificate Scheme'(RACS) that are the only professional recognization of Regulatory Affairs Professionals.To ensure the quality, The Association of Regulatory Affairs Professionals (ARAP) has been listed as an Organisational member of Quality Council of India (QCI) Govt. of India.ARAP has been engaged in Conducting Seminars, Workshops, Annual Conferences and Other Activities to update the Skills and Knowledge of Regulatory affairs Professionals and Public at large.
To improve and strengthen the trust in regulatory bodies by excess to timely useful and relevant health and safety information to all stakeholders and general public.