In a recent notification issued by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), a correction notice has been issued to rectify a typographical error in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part III, Section 4, dated the 5th of July, 2023. The notification, bearing reference number F. No. RCD-15001/4/2021-Regulatory-FSSAI serves to amend the name listed in serial number 36.
The original notification, published by the Central Food Safety Officer, was issued in accordance with the powers conferred under Sub-Section 5 of Section 10, read with Section 37 of the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 (34 of 2006). It is imperative to maintain accuracy and precision in official documents and notifications, and hence, this correction notice has been issued to rectify an inadvertent error.
The correction notice specifically addresses a typographical error related to the name listed in serial number 36 of the original notification. It originally read as ‘Ms. Harshita C G,’ but it has been officially corrected to ‘Ms. Harshitha C G.’
This correction is a routine administrative procedure aimed at ensuring that all official documents and notifications are accurate and free from errors. It underscores the commitment of regulatory authorities like the FSSAI to uphold the highest standards of accuracy and transparency in their communications.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India plays a pivotal role in safeguarding public health by regulating and supervising the food safety standards in the country. Accurate and error-free documentation is essential to maintain the integrity and effectiveness of the regulatory process.
In conclusion, the correction notice issued by the FSSAI serves as a testament to the dedication of regulatory authorities in India to maintain accuracy and precision in their official communications. The correction of a minor typographical error ensures that all stakeholders can rely on the information provided in official notifications, fostering trust and confidence in the regulatory process.