Blood Bank / Centre

Last Updated on January 23, 2023 by The Health Master

Blood Bank / Centre – How to obtain license


Click below links:

DCGI-Notice-dt-03-06-2022-Advisory-for-registration-of-Blood-Centres-on-E-rakhtkosh

Blood Centre (Bank) – requirements at a glance

FAQs – on Blood Bank / Centre (Part-1)

FAQs – on Blood Bank / Centre (Part-2)

FAQs – on Blood Bank / Centre (Part-3)

FAQs on Legal Metrology & Blood Bags

FAQs – on Blood Bags and its Testing

Pharmacopoeial status of Blood and its components

Your Guide to Preventing and Treating Blood Clots

Adequate and safe blood transfusion for all: Article

Mandatory requirements for Blood donation camps

Bombay Blood Group

Why India needs more blood donors: Article

Operation of Blood Storage Centres

Blood Centre: Precautions and safety to be observed during blood transfusion

Blood Bank / Centre: Difference Between SDP and RDP

Blood Storage Centre

Operation of Blood Storage Centres

Blood Bank / Centre: Difference Between SDP and RDP

Blood Centre: Precautions and safety to be observed during blood transfusion


How to obtain manufacturing license for Blood Bank / Centre

Documents required for obtaining Blood Centre

For obtaining manufacturing license for Blood Centre, the list of documents required is provided below. Download the pdf file and prepare the documents accordingly.

Procedure for obtaining license

Procedure for obtaining manufacturing license for Blood Centre. Download the pdf file for more detail and prepare the documents accordingly.

Form

Form-27C

Download the below pdf files for various Forms which suits your requirement

Form-27C

Fee

Download the pdf file for the license fee structure for all licenses under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and the Rule framed thereunder. Click below link

Licenses-fee-structure-for-all-licenses


Fees for various kinds of drugs Licenses under Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 & Rules 1945

Types of LicensesApplication on FormLicense on FormLicense FeeRenewal / Retention fee (after 5 years)Late fee Per monthFee for duplicate licenseAdditional Item (per item)
Sale licenses
Whole Sale1920-B 21-B3000/- (1500/- each)Retention fee after 5 years Rs. 3000/-2% (Rs 60/-)300/-
Retail sale1920 & 21-do--do--do--do-
Homeopathic (Wholesale)19-B20-D250/-20-E50/-150/-
Homeopathic (Retail sale)19-B20-C250/-20-E50/-150/-
Sch. X (Wholesale)19-C20-G500/-Retention2%150/-
Sch. X (Retail Sale)19-C20-F500/-Retention2%150/-
Manufacturing licenses
Manufacturing (Non-Biological)24257500/-Retention2%1000/-300/-
Manufacturing (Biological)27287500/-Retention2%1000/-300/-
Loan License (B)27-A28-B7500/-Retention2%300/-
Loan License (NB)24-A25-B7500/-Retention2%300/-
LVP27-D28-D7500/-Retention2%300/-
Homeopathic24-C25-C300/-26-C100/-50/-50/-
CosmeticCOS 5COS 810,000/-Retention2% 500/-
Repacking (NB)24-B25-B700/-Retention2%1000/-100/-
Testing licenses
License for Test / Analysis2930250/-Valid for 3 years and further renewal for 1 year
Cosmetic Testing LaboratoryCOS 22COS 231000/-
Commercial testing Laboratory36377500/-Retention2%
Blood Centre
Blood Centre27-C28-C7500/-28-c1000/-300/-
Medical Devices manufacturing licenses
Medical Devices (Cat A& B)MD-3MD-55000/-Retention2%500/-
Medical Devices (Loan License) (Cat A& B)MD-4MD-65000/-Retention2%500/-
Medical Devices (Cat C& D)MD-7MD-850,000/-Retention2%1,000/-
Medical Devices Loan License (Cat C& D)MD-9MD-1050,000/-Retention2%1,000/-
Medical Devices Registration
Medical Devices RegistrationMD-41MD-423,000/-Retention2%

Submit your application (Online and / or hard copy) to DCGI and State Drugs Controller / Licensing Authority of your area after completing all the required documents.

Note: Requirements of some of documents and procedure for submission of application may vary from State to State


License conditions

Conditions of licenses is to be maintained after obtaining the required Blood Centre. Download the pdf file for ready reference.

License renewal fee: Procedure

Procedure for submission of license renewal fee. Download the pdf file for more detail and prepare the documents accordingly.

Requirements for running a Blood Centre

Part X-B

Requirements for the collection, storage, processing and distribution of Whole Human Blood, Human Blood Components by Blood Banks / centres and manufcature of blood products are mentioned in “part X B of drugs and cosmetics act 1940 and rules framed thereunder. For more details click below:

Part XII-B

Requirements for the functioning and operation of a blood Centre and / or for preparation of blood components are mentioned in “part XII B of drugs and cosmetics act 1940 and rules framed thereunder. For more details click below:

Bulk transfer of Blood and Blood Components: Procedure and Conditions

According to the notification GSR No. 328 (E) dt 03-04-2017, bulk transfers of whole human blood and blood components are permitted to other blood centers.

National Blood Transfusion Council in its meeting of 05.08.2015 has also issued some guidelines and conditions for the Bulk transfer of blood and its components from one blood centre to another blood centre.

Procedure

The formats for the request and issue of a bulk transfer of blood and its components are as follows:

Request Form for Recipient Blood Centre: Click the below link to download the Form

Issue Form for Supplier Blood Centre: Click the below link to download the Form

Conditions

Bulk transfer of blood and blood components amongst licensed blood centres in the country would henceforth be allowed under the following conditions:

  • Bulk transfers of whole human blood and blood components can be done between licensed blood centres.
  • Bulk transfers of whole human blood and blood components can be done among Blood centres in the state or across the state borders.
  • All transfers shall be done at the recommended temperature and as per prescribed storage conditions for whole human blood and blood components.
  • The recipient blood banks shall not further transfer units obtained from another blood bank except to another blood storage centre or a patient
  • The supplier blood centre shall be responsible for compliance thereof.
  • The recipient blood centre should have the capacity to hold the units requested, at an appropriate temperature until the time of utilization.
  • Broad-based donor consent should be incorporated in the standard donor form to ensure that the donor agrees to his blood unit being utilized beyond the blood centre where it is donated.
  • The supplier blood centre can levy the prescribed processing charges on the patient or recipient, or the recipient blood centre as per NBTC norms.
  • The recipient blood centre can levy only processing charging for compatibility testing (cross-matching), in addition to charges levied by the supplier blood centre, from the patient/recipient for such transferred units.
  • Records of traceability shall be retained throughout the process.
  • The supplier blood centre would be responsible for all the complications except those related to compatibility testing, which will be the responsibility of the recipient blood bank.
  • The recipient blood bank shall report and evaluate all the adverse transfusion reactions, including those happening due to blood that has been transferred from the supplier blood bank.
  • The documents accompanying the transfer shall include a TTI testing report and a record of transport at the appropriate temperature.
  • Blood centres would be informed regarding bulk transfers to SBTC and, in the case of interstate bulk transfers, to NBTC.

List of emergency Equipment / Items / Drugs to be kept in the Blood Centre / Bank:

(i) Oxygen cylinder with mask, gauge and pressure regulator.
(ii) 5 per cent Glucose or Normal Saline.
(iii) Disposable sterile syringes and needles of various sizes.
(iv) Disposable sterile I.V. infusion sets.
(v) Ampoules of Adrenaline, Noradrenaline, Mephentin, Betamethasone or Dexamethasone, Metoclorpropamide injections.
(vi) Aspirin.

Deferment of blood donation

Blood donation cannot be done in the conditions mentioned below for the period mentioned in the table below:

CONDITIONSPERIOD OF DEFERMENT
Abortions6 months
History of Blood6 months
Surgery12 months 
Typhoid12 months after recovery
History of Malaria and duly treated 2 months (endemic) 3 years (non endemic area)
Tattoo6 months
Breast feeding12 months after delivery
Immunization (Cholera, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Plague, Gammaglobulin)15 days  
Rabies vaccination1 year after vaccination
History of Hepatitis in family or close contact12 months
Immunoglobulin12 months

These persons should not donate blood

No person shall donate blood and no blood bank shall draw blood from a person, suffering from any of the diseases mentioned below, namely:

(a) Cancer
(b) Heart disease
(c) Abnormal bleeding tendencies
(d) Unexplained weight loss
(e) Diabetes-controlled on insulin
(f) Hepatitis infection
(g) Chronic nephritis
(h) Signs and symptoms, suggestive of AIDS
(i ) Liver diseases
(j) Tuberculosis
(k) Polycythemia Vera.
(l) Asthma
(m) Epilepsy
(n) Leprosy
(o) Schizophrenia
(p) Endocrine disorders

Important notifications

2020

GSR-166 (E) dated 11-03-20 regarding – Blood Bank / Blood Centre, Qualification of Doctor and technical staff etc.

Central Govt. has issued notification dated 03-04-2017 regarding Blood Transfer to another Blood Bank and Blood donation Camps. Click below for the said notification:

2017

GSR 733 (E) dt 21-12-2005 Blood bank run by Govt, Red Cross, Hospitals, Charitable trust or Voluntary Organization approved by Blood Transfusion Council

2005

GSR-733-E-dt-21-12-2005-Blood-bank-run-by-Govt-Red-Cross-Hospitals-Cheritable-trust-or-Voluntary-Organization-approved-by-Blood-Transfusion-Council

2002

GSR 600 (E) dt 27-08-2002 regarding In-Vitro Blood grouping Sera and In-Vitro Diagnostic Devices for HIV, HbsAg and HCV

GSR-600-E-dt-27-08-2002-regarding-In-Vitro-Blood-grouping-Sera-and-In-Vitro-Diagnostic-DEvices-for-HIV-HbsAg-and-HCV

2001

GSR 40 (E) Dt 29-01-2001 Regarding Blood Bank – Blood donation, Testing, Records labels, Plasma etc.

GSR-40-E-Dt-29-01-2001-Regarding-Blood-Bank-Blood-donation-Testing-Records-labels-Plasma-etc.

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List of Blood Centres / Banks in India

List of Licensed Blood Centres / Banks in India as on Feb 2015

NBTC Guidelines

National Blood Transfusion Council (NBTC) has issued some guidelines regarding Blood banks / centres. (These guideline shave been taken from NBTC website) Click below links to read or download:

2018

2017

2015

2014

NACO Guidelines

National AIDS Control Organisation has issued Blood Bank / Centre Guidelines, Standards for Blood Banks / Centres and Blood Bank / Centre Policy. To read or download click below links:

Blood Bank guidelines by NACO 2014, Click below link to download:

Standards for Blood Banks and Blood Transfusion Services NACO 2007

National Blood Policy, 2007, Click the below link to download:

Standards for Blood Banks and Blood Transfusion Services 2007, click the below link to download:

Bombay Blood Group

Your Guide to Preventing and Treating Blood Clots

Adequate and safe blood transfusion for all: Article

Why India needs more blood donors: Article

Blood Centre: Precautions and safety to be observed during blood transfusion

Blood Bank / Centre: Difference Between SDP and RDP

Notifications – Blood Bank / Centre

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