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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Make your career in Pharmacy : Make your career in Pharmacy What is Pharmacy? : What is Pharmacy? Pharmacy is the branch of science which deals with the study of chemistry of drugs, their origin, procedures for drug development, their preparation, dispensing, their effects and eventual use for prevention and treatment of disease. Eligibility : Eligibility The minimum 50% in PCMB or PCM/B in HSC Board Examination. Non zero score in PMT/PET. Courses Offered… : Courses Offered… D.Pharmacy-2 yrs. Course B.Pharmacy-4 yrs. Course M.Pharmacy-2 yrs. Course Pharm.D- 6 yrs.(integrated course) Ph.D Scope : Scope The discipline of pharmacy has a good future, offering wide range of employment opportunities with an excellent salary. Only with an undergraduate degree one may easily enter into pharmaceutical associated jobs as described below. However, one can take up teaching/research as a career with m. Pharma and PhD degree only. Pharmacists work in four areas: : Hospital pharmacist – The tasks: Procure, stock, prepare and dispense medicines, drugs and other medical accessories. Undertake responsibility for stock control, storage, placing orders, labeling and financial budgeting and account-keeping for the dispensary. The pharmacists are expected to meet patients, doctors and nurses to discuss the supply of medicines and the appropriate form of drugs for administration. Pharmacists work in four areas: Pharmacists work in four areas: : Pharmacists work in four areas: Retail pharmacists – The tasks: In medical retail stores, the pharmacist prepares and dispenses drugs on prescription to the general consumer With the growing availability of pre-packaged doses, the pharmacist monitors the drug sale on the basis of prescriptions and dosages, and gives over the counter advice on how to use prescribed drugs Pharmacists work in four areas: : Pharmacists work in four areas: In the retail sector, pharmacists run chemist's shops As medical representatives, they inform and educate the medical practitioners of the potential uses of the drug or health product and its administration along with side effects or precautions for its use. The job entails regular visits to medical practitioners, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, health centers. There is usually a lot of touring to be done. Pharmacists work in four areas: : Pharmacists work in four areas: Industrial pharmacists – While most firms are involved in the production of preformulated preparations, a growing number of firms are developing new formulations through autonomous research work. Industrial pharmacists carry out clinical trials, where drugs are tested for safety and effectiveness work in research and development to develop new formulations the production job entails management and supervision of the production process, packaging, storage and delivery work in marketing, sales and quality control Pharmacists work in four areas: : Pharmacists work in four areas: Research pharmacists - Research pharmacists are engaged in research activities in pharmaceutical firms, research organizations and laboratories. Job Opportunities… : Job Opportunities… For Diploma in Pharmacy As a Pharmacist in Govt./Semi Govt./Private Hospitals. They can start their own Medical Store. Job Opportunities… : Job Opportunities… For Bachelor in Pharmacy and B.Pharm Colleges etc. As a Medical representative or a medical detailing man. Marketing Managers or a Sales Manager. Drug Inspectors. Drug Controllers. Graduate Pharmacist Chief Pharmacist. As Lecturers for D.Pharm Job Opportunities… : Job Opportunities… For Masters in Pharmacy: As Lecturers for B.Pharm Colleges. Basic degree for Ph.D., Research Assistant or Research Associate etc. Pharmacy teachers with B.Pharm having put in 5 years of minimum teaching experience in any institution approved by AICTE are also eligible for M.Pharm course. Social Status : Social Status In our day-to-day life pharmacists play an important role, as they are very much into research and manufacture of drugs. As a pharmacist. Thus, pharmacy is closely associated with scientific study. Social Status : Social Status Pharmacy as a career option has always been in demand. India being a huge nation of about a billion populations, diseases both minor and major has been a curse upon the weak and the poor. In the previous centuries and almost till the middle of the 20th century killer diseases such as acute respiratory infections, diarrhea, depression, tuberculosis, measles, anemia etc have been affecting thousands every year. With the advancements in medical science most of these diseases have been brought under control, with the help of high powerful antibiotics and other life saving drugs. Social Status : Social Status Pharmacists study the chemistry of drugs, their origin, procedures for drug development, their preparation, dispensing, their effects and eventual use for prevention and treatment of disease. The complexity of drug therapy and the dangers of drug abuse has brought into focus the need of pharmacists' special skills to maintain a rational approach in the realm of drug treatments. 10 Reasons to choose the Pharmacy.. : 10 Reasons to choose the Pharmacy.. A very noble and respected profession. Involves helping the People with what is often their No.1 priority – health. Excellent employment opportunities . Involves variety of task to be performed. A vital part of health care team. 10 Reasons to choose the Pharmacy.. : 10 Reasons to choose the Pharmacy.. Excellent earning potential Provides continues learning opportunities Outstanding career opportunities. Makes you independent You can take your pharmaceutical skills any where in country or for that matter world An overview of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry : An overview of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry Indian pharmacy has been self sufficient and well known all over the world for producing quality medicine at economic price Today in India there are close to 20 pharmaceutical companies, which meets about 40% of the worlds bulk drug requirement. Indian pharmacy industry is highly organized sector. estimates show Indian pharma to be worth $4.5 billion ,going at about 8-9% annually .it ranks very high in the third world ,in terms of technology , quality &range of medicines manufactured An overview of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry : An overview of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry In today’s world pharmacy research becoming more &more IT oriented. India is in position to leverage on its strong IT base thus, India is becoming an important destination for MNCs, which are increasingly considering out sourcing & off shoring their drug discovery, research & development and clinical research. TOP Institutes for Pharmacy Education : TOP Institutes for Pharmacy Education 1. K. M. KUNDNANI, COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, MUMBAI 2. BOMBAY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, KALINA, MUMBAI.3.DEPT. OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE, NAGPUR. TOP Institutes for Pharmacy Education : TOP Institutes for Pharmacy Education 4. POONA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, PUNE. 5. GOVT. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, AMRAVATI. 6. UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE, MUMBAI 7. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, NASIK. BEST OF LUCK : BEST OF LUCK BY : Nitesh Bhele ( B.Pharm IInd year 2009-10) GOVT. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AMRAVATI You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.