A person (Student) from financially poor condition is in search of employment with in short time period with minimum expense for study after passing school (12th Science) to help his family & parents. The fee at Diploma Pharmacy course is very affordable to such student. After completing a course of 2 years, he can join a pharmaceutical company as market representative / field officer. The starting salary offered at starting for a Diploma Pharmacy holder as market representative / field officer is more than 8000/- based on skill and proficiency of candidate. So this course provides an attractive opportunity to start earning a handsome amount just at age of 19-20 years. With in 1-2 years of experience, his salary will be in five digits (More than 10,000/-) if candidate is sincere and hardworking.
Shri M N College Of Pharmacy
Shri B. D. Rao College Campus
Khambhat- 388620
Dist: Anand , Gujarat, India
Phone No: (02698)220654, 322654
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“Pharmacy is related to health Science . It is the profession responsible for the preparation, dispensing and appropriate use of medication and which provides services to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes. A Pharmacists job is to prepare, mix, compound or dispense drugs and medicines, ointments, powder, pills, tablets and injections on the prescription of a medical practitioner, dentist, and veterinarian. In detail, they are concerned with production of pharmaceutical products, development of the methods or processes of production and quality control. Those in research concern themselves with synthesis of new drugs (what is commonly referred to as molecules), new processes, clinical testing of the effects of such drugs on animals and humans, and obtaining the required License from the drug control authorities. A pharmacist is required to explain the mode and precautions regarding the use of medicines dispensed in a hospital pharmacy, prepare special formulations normally not available in the market, assist the physician in rendering necessary information about various drugs, their contra-indications, incompatibility etc.

India has vast and growing pharmaceutical industries . Increasing number of hospitals, nursing homes and pharmaceuticals companies all over the country is a clear indication of the growing scope in this area. Pharmacy offers reasonably good career opportunities both by way of jobs as well as in terms of starting your own business.The job avenues for a pharmacist are with pharmaceutical industry, government departments, hospitals etc. Drug control administration and armed forces also offer a wide range of opportunities to pharmacists. Appointments are also available in sale promotion work as medical representatives. As a Medical Representative he keeps the medical practitioner informed about the new drugs and treatments developed by various pharmaceutical companies and thus indirectly promote their salesSection 42 of the Pharmacy Act states that no person other than a Registered Pharmacist shall compound, prepare, mix, or dispense any medicine on the prescription of a medical practitioner and whosoever contravenes it shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months, or with fine not exceeding one thousand rupees or with both.

The minimum qualification for registration as a pharmacist is a pass in “Diploma course in Pharmacy” (D.Pharm) from an institution approved u/s 12 of the Act (Pharmacy Council of India). D.Pharm is a two years course after 10+2 (science academic stream) followed by 500 hours of practical training spread over a period of 3 months. Presently, the "Education Regulations 1991 For The Diploma Course In Pharmacy" (E.R.91) are in vogueA diploma holder in Pharmacy, after registering with the State Pharmacy Council, can set up and run their own pharmacy or chemists and druggists shop to stock and sell medicines and dispense them according to doctor’s prescriptions. In a retail Pharmacy he has varied duties, including buying and selling of related items demanded by the public.
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