Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council Complete Registration Process, Documents Required

Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council Complete Registration Process, Documents Required etc.

Under the Section 19 of Pharmacy Act of 1948,the Government Of Madras Constituted  Council of Pharmacy in the state as dated on 15.09.1954.

  The office of Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council is located in Chennai.

Chennai Pharmacy Registration Fees :

 

 

                         Fee Details                          Amount (Rs.)
 For  D. Pharma                                                         2000.00
 For  B. Pharma                                                         1500.00
 For  Pharm D.                                                        3000.00

 

Documents Required :

 

 

  • For D. Pharm :

 

1) Transfer Certificate

2) SSLC & HSC Mark sheets

3) Course cum Conduct Certificate

4) Diploma in Pharmacy Certificate

5) D.Pharm 1st year and 2nd year Mark sheets

6) Practical Training Contract Form

  • For B. Pharm :

 

1) Transfer Certificate

2) SSLC & HSC Mark sheets

3) Course cum Conduct Certificate

4) B.Pharm Provisional or Degree

5) B.Pharm 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year Mark sheets

  • For Pharm D

 

1) Transfer Certificate

2) SSLC & HSC Mark sheets

3) Course cum Conduct Certificate

4) Pharm D Provisional or Degree

5) Pharm D Mark sheets

6) Internship Certificate issued by the Hospital authorities

 

Step by Step Procedure for Online Registration :

 

  • Visit official website of Tamil Nadu Pharmacy Council Click Here
  • Click  Sign Up
  • Click New Applicant
  • Fill E-mail id and Password
  • Click Sign Up
  • Follow the Activation Link Sent to your E-mail Id
  • Now Log In to tnpc.ac.in with Id and Password
  • Fill Registration Form with Basic Details ( Name, Father’s Name, Birth date)
  • Scan and Upload the Documents in PDF Format as Attachments
  • Scan and Upload Photo and Signature, Photo and Signature must be in .jpg Format with white background*
  • Click Submit

# After submitting the documents, your application will be verified and after verifying

your documents an application link will be sent to you by the council on your mail id.

# After fixing the appointment you should appear at the council office at 10 A.M. on the

given date and pay the fees in cash by the challan at the bank.

Re-Submission

  

   If your application is encountered with improper attachments then you will be informed to RESUBMIT the application through mail with the rectified issue. While resubmitting , you will have to re attach all the documents, photograph and signature.

* Do not scan Photo and Signature with mobile phone

Mumbai Maharashtra Pharmacy Registration Application Form PDF Download

If you want to register your pharmacy certificate in Mumbai or around the state of Maharashtra you need to apply for the registrant as new applicant at Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council. We provide you here Pharmacy Registration Application Form PDF Download to apply for pharma Registration.

FORM 8

(See Rule 56)

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF PHARMACISTS

(UNDER SECTION 33 OF THE PHARMACY ACT, 1948)

 

For office useTo be filled in by officeFor office use
Id                        Inward

No                       Date                          

Receipt details

 

Date                 RR No                                          ARFL R No                  PPP R No                       

DIB R No                   Sign                            

 

Registration

No-R/_                                                                    

 

PPP

NO-N/_                                                   is registered u/s 32(2)

 

Registrar

 

To,

The REGISTRAR,

MAHARASHTRA STATE PHARMACY COUNCIL ,

E.S.I.S. Hospital Compound L.B.S. Marg, Mulund (West), Mumbai – 400 080.

E mail:[email protected] Dear Sir/Madam

I request that my NAME, ADDRESS AND QUALIFICATIONS as stated in the accompanying form may be registered under the Pharmacy Act, 1948, and that same may be furnished with a Certificate of Registration.

I enclose herewith for your perusal and return the certificates and diplomas in original and their copies for the record. The requisite fees as required under rules of the Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council Rules, 1969, is remitted in the office (as per the annexure). I hereby declare that I have read the provisions of Sec. 32(2) and 41 and all relevant provisions of the Pharmacy Act, 1948; I have myself filled the application form and all the entries in the form are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

Date:                                  Name:                                                              Signature:

 

In continuation of above, in conformity with MSPC Rules 1969 (Rule NO- 57(2) ) I hereby voluntarily remit and request you to please accept the amount of Rs. _                        (Rs.

) as Advance Renewal fee in lump sum (ARFL) from me, paid in  order to avoid difficulties arising out of my inadvertent failure to pay the renewal fees every year in time.

 

In future, if due to some reason this amount becomes inadequate to cover my renewal fees, I shall be glad to remit such additional amount as you may deem fit.

 

In the event of conclusion of my registration on account of one of the following reasons, this amount of ARFL shall be treated as my donation to the council as per Rule 82 of MSPC Rules-1969 and I assure you that neither me nor my nominee or representative will claim for any refund of same from council.

 

1) Transfer or migration to other state 2) Cancellation of registration on account of my death,

  • Voluntary submission of Registration Certificate to council for practicing some other profession or other reason
  • Temporary or permanent cancellation of registration under section 36 of the Pharmacy Act-1948

 

I will inform you my residential or professional address if there is any change in the same.

I am also fully aware of the directives of the Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi regarding compulsory attendance of at least two refresher courses (Continued education program) in five years duration for further renewal of my registration.

 

I also understand that Pharmacist’s Professional Profile is supplementary to Registration Certificate issued by Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council and this may be used as authorized proof of Identity. I also voluntarily remit necessary charges towards the publications and bulletin published by Council’s Drug Information Centre during this financial year.

 

I hereby declare that I have read and understood everything mentioned above and agree with same and will abide by it, I request you to make me participate under ARFL scheme and Pharmacist’s Professional Profile.

 

 

Thanking you,

 

Name

Yours faithfully,

 

 

Signature (sign here)                                                             

 

ACCOMPANYING FORM


The name entered in application form must correspond with the name of the applicant entered at the university or other examinations certificate.

 

  1. 1. Name in full, beginning with Surname Surname (In block Capitals)

Name Father’s/Husband’s Name

Old Name (if any)                                                                                                                                                                   

 

2   Date of birth _                                                                3) Nationality                                                                                     

 

4) Male / Female                               5)Place  and District of birth                                                                                      

 

  • Residential Address in BLOCK letters

(Should include House NO., Street name, Village, Town, Taluka, Dist and Pin code)

 

  1. Permanent Address :                                                                                                                                                         

 

_                                                                                                                                                     Taluka _                              District _                               Pin                                        

  1. Present/Correspondence Address :                                                                                                                              

 

_                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

_                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

_                                                                                                                                                     Taluka _ _                          District                                  Pin                            _

Residence Telephone No.  _                                             _ Mobile No. _                                          

 

E-mail ID.                                                                                                                                                                           

 

  • Address of business or profession :-                                                                                                                                 

 

_                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

  • Description of Qualification of which registration is desired along with documentary evidence.

 

QualificationYearInstitute/College Name in fullDate of Passing

(dd/mm/yyyy)

DiplomaDegree   
1st Year1st Year   
2nd Year2nd Year   
 3rd Year   
 4th Year   

 

Additional Qualification(if any)YearInstitute/College Name in fullDate of passing (dd/mm/yyyy)
B.Pharm   
M.Pharm   
Ph.D.   

 

Signature of the Applicant

 

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How to do Pharmacy Registration Online? Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council

To do registration of Maharashtra State Pharmacy Council’s Online Registration Portal Online you need to do the following steps. Registration steps to follow;

STEP 1;

Applicants are requested to go through instruction manuals and guidelines before filling online registration form.

STEP 2:

Pre-verification form will appear to applicants to agree with the given statements, All statements are mandatory to proceed with online registration.

STEP 3:
Applicant will fill his personal details form to be able to receive OTP. Please provide your
personal mobile number and Email ID.
Login ID and Password will be send to his/her registered mobile number and Email ID.
STEP 4

On the next page, Applicant must verify his OTP received on his/her Mobile number and Email ID,
STEP 5

After successful verification of OTP, Applicant will have to login with the given login ID and password to continue with the online registration.
STEP 6

Applicant will have to fill up his address details, education details and proceed to upload required documents .
STEP 7

Applicant will upload his Photo and signature in jpg or jpeg format as per mentioned size. Applicant will also upload necessary documents required for registration in PDF format only as per mentioned size.
*Applicant will download undertaking /declaration which is available in download section and take print out of same .Applicant will read same ,sign on each page of undertaking and upload same without fail along with other requisite documents .Also Applicant will download Identity slip ,take print out ,fill same ,affix photo ,sign and get it attested from Principal of his Pharmacy college and upload same without fail .
STEP 8

On the Payment details, Applicant will be shown his fees to be paid for the application. Applicant must pay his fees online on SBI Portal. Link given below:
https://www.onlinesbi.com/sbicollect/icollecthome.htm?corpID=845584
STEP 9

After successful payment of fees, Applicant must login to enter the payment details to proceed with confirmation of online application form.(mandatory) Applicants are advised to take a printout of the Fee receipt for future reference.
STEP 10

Applicant must confirm his/her application to be able to process for approval.
STEP 11

Applicant may take a printout of application form for any future reference .

Role of Medical Representative – PPT PDF – Interview Special

Primary roles & responsibilities of Medical Representative include:

Primary roles & responsibilities of Medical Representative include:

Primary roles & responsibilities of Medical Representative include:

  1. Organising appointments and meetings with Doctors
  2. Writing reports and other documents regarding the assigned Formulations
  3. Identifying and establishing new business leads
  4. Getting feedback on the product and Marketing the Feedback
  5. Company Representation
  6. Introducing the product in the market
  7. Promotion of Pharma products
  8. Achieving sales target
  9. Organizing conferences and meetings
  10. Reviewing sales performance during week and month
  11. Negotiating contracts
  12. demonstrating or presenting products to healthcare staff including doctors, nurses and pharmacists
  13. Attending  trade exhibitions, conferences and meetings
  14. managing budgets
  15. Perfect knowledge on
  16. Patient Population
    » Provider of healthcare services
    » Prescriber of medicines/ treatment
    » Product provider/ seller
    » Payer

 

What are Key Skills of a Professional Medical Representative:

  1. Perfect sales men
  2. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
  3. Excellent communication skills
  4. Dedicated and target-oriented.
  5. Disciplined and punctual.
  6. hard working.
  7. Precise Decision making skills
  8. Self-motivated.
  9. Great presentation skills
  10. Deep product knowledge
  11. Ability to work under pressure
  12. Strong Medical Knowledge

 

What are the organization expectations from the doctors through Medical Representative Work

  • x To generate and increase good numbers of prescription.
  • x To generate and increase good numbers of prescriber base.
  • x Brand establishment.
  • x Satisfying customers need and developing Loyal Customers.
  • x Growth in sales.
  • x To establish the company as well as product image at market place.
  • x Profitability and
  • x Service to human welfare.

What are the expectations from the Pharma companies by doctors? Every Medical representative must know

Scientific Information and Educations
Quality products
Solution to their Patients problems
Patients’ benefits
Regular visits by Medical representatives and senior managers
Satisfying their needs or Sponsorship

Pharmaceutical Promotional Methods:

The promotional methods in pharmaceutical marketing includes personal selling, advertising, sales promotion and publicity. These can be further segmented for the purpose of better understanding,
(i) Personal Selling: Medical sales representative or Medical representatives detail the company’s product to doctors, with the help of visual aids, leave- behind-literature, product monographs, samples, gifts, etc. which are the most important elements of pharmaceuticals promotion.
(ii) Advertising: Preparation of visual aids, leave-behind-literature, product monographs to assist medical sales representatives in their detailing efforts, and advertising their products in specialized media like medical journals and souvenirs, seminars and medical symposia and mailers for doctor.
(iii) Sales Promotion: Deciding on special bonus offers, free samples, gifts and sponsorship.
(iv) Publicity: Organizing medical symposia and seminars, conducting clinical trials, conducting exhibitions, designing and executing product publicity campaigns for truly innovative products.

HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET – UPSC APPSC GPAT Exams

HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET

Tod we will discuss HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET in the recent examinations. All the public service commissions and other government private and entrance examination are likely to follow the same pattern of OMR marking answering system for the evaluation. I think this is the best evaluation and one need to be very careful while filling up the form. So, We thought to publish an article on your favorite pharmawiki.in to help all the students and other aspirants to have a safe practice while attempting your examinations.

HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET – UPSC APPSC GPAT Exams

First let us start with a picture of Sample OMR sheet. Have a look at it keenly.

 

Sample OMR Sheet

HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET

INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

Fill boxes in BLUE/BLACK ball point pen only.

INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

Darken the circles by BLUE/BLACK ball point pen only.

Sample OMR Sheet

Do not write anything else on this OMR sheet.

Darken the circles only like this.

UPSC INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

Roll Number

EXAMPLE:
IF YOUR ROLL NO IS “06393”
YOU MUST DARKEN AS SHOWN BELOW

hall ticket INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

SET CODE IS “D”

 

IF YOUR QUESTION SET CODE IS “D”
YOU MUST DARKEN AS SHOWN BELOW

 

entrance exam INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

DATE OF BIRTH

IF YOUR DATE OF BIRTH IS 06/05/1997
YOU MUST DARKEN AS SHOWN BELOW

 

This is another important section for you to concentrate and do the work. You need to fill the bubble with right date of birth if not you may be out as it can be a reason for your disqualification in the examination you are giving right now for your better  career prospects. So be careful while filling your entire OMR sheet.

Appsc INSTRUCTIONS for filling OMR Sheet

IMPORTANT POINTS :
1. “SET CODE” -AS MENTIONED IN THE QUESTION PAPER.
2. 5 (FIVE) DIGIT WRITTEN ROLL NUMBER -AS MENTIONED IN PERFORMANCE -CUM-IDENTITY CARD
3. DATE OF BIRTH – As mentioned in the application form

I hope our article “HOW TO FILL AN OMR ANSWER SHEET – UPSC APPSC GPAT Exams” helped you to a small extent before you take up any offline competitive exams. This is a small guide to the instructions for filling the omr sheet without any mistake as our exams are very important to us. All the best my friends and I wish you all the very best for all your future endeavors. May God Bless.

Percentage of Marks You Need To Maintain In M. Pharm Course

Percentage of Marks You Need To Maintain In M. Pharm Course

Let us discuss Percentage of Marks You Need To Maintain In M. Pharm Course: First of all let us gather some general idea about the degree course of Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm). It is a 2 year post graduate course that trains the students imparting the knowledge of practical aspects of topics like industrial operations, instrumental techniques, research methodologies and emerging areas. In order to take admission to an M. Pharm course, you should have a B. Pharm degree from a PCI-approved institute and should have scored at least 55% marks over the 4 years of the graduate course. In M. Pharm course too, at the end of every semester candidates are to appear for examinations. At the end of last semester, the candidates also need to submit thesis. It offers specializations in subjects for which Post-graduate degree in pharmacy can be awarded by the Indian universities are as below:-

  • Pharmaceutics
  • Industrial Pharmacy
  • Nutrition pharmacy
  • Oncology pharmacy,
  • Psychiatry pharmacy,
  • Nuclear pharmacy
  • Infectious disease pharmacy.
  • Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmacology
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Phytopharmacy & Phytomedicine
  • Cardiovascular pharmaceutics
  • Medicinal chemistry and pharmacognosy

The other specialties can be prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India from time to time.

The academic semester shall consist of a minimum of 15 weeks or tentative 90 instructional days. A minimum of 75% attendance in the theory and practical of each subject is compulsory for appearing at the external (university) examination. Now to clear the examination paper of any subject, candidates must obtain at least 40 percentage of the marks (including sessional marks) in theory and practical separately in each subject and in addition must obtain at least 50 percentage of the total marks (including sessional marks) assigned to the subject examination. To pass a subject, a candidate must appear in theory and practical at a time. For each internal (sessional) examination Twenty (20) marks shall be allotted and Eighty (80) marks for external (university) examination in theory and/or practical of each subject. The internal (sessional) marks in practical are allotted based on the actual performance in one internal (sessional) examination of 10 marks and attendance record, conduct, practical performance, laboratory records, viva, inclusive of another 10 marks. On the basis of average of all semester leading to award of the degree of M.Pharm the classes of percentage are determined. Percentage to be awarded is 70% or more for First class with Distinction. For percentage of 60% or more, but less than 70% the student gets First class and for 50% or more, but less than 60% it will be Second class. For the percentage below 50% are considered as Pass class.

Percentage of Marks You Need To Maintain In M. Pharm Course

Thus to maintain the M.Pharm course 50% of the marks are necessary. It’s obvious for a candidate to score high in the M.Pharm degree the students must work hard as it is a higher degree and it requires knowledge to become an expertise.

RRB Pharmacist AGE LIMIT – RRB 2019 Paramedical Job Exam Age Details

RRB Pharmacist AGE LIMIT - RRB 2019 Paramedical Job Exam Age Details for sc st obc ur

Today here we want to discuss the AGE LIMIT for RRB Pharmacist  and other para medical posts released recently.
Date of birth of candidates should be between the dates given in the notification with both dates inclusive. Lower age limit that means not born after that date and Upper age limit with Date of Birth not earlier than the given. The lower and upper age limits indicated for a particular post(s) in the vacancy table will be reckoned as on 01.07.2019.

RRB Pharmacist AGE LIMIT – RRB 2019 Paramedical Job Exam Age Details for sc st obc ur

RRB Pharmacist AGE LIMIT - RRB 2019 Paramedical Job Exam Age Details for sc st obc ur
However, the relaxation in upper age limit/maximum upper age for the following categories/communities is
given in the table below subject to submission of requisite certificates.

For all communities/ categories) UR/EWS OBC-NCL SC/ST
1 18-30 01.07.2001 02.07.1989 02.07.1986 02.07.1984
2 18-35 01.07.2001 02.07.1984 02.07.1981 02.07.1979
3 18-33 01.07.2001 02.07.1986 02.07.1983 02.07.1981
4 19-33 01.07.2000 02.07.1986 02.07.1983 02.07.1981
5 20-33 01.07.1999 02.07.1986 02.07.1983 02.07.1981
6 20-35 01.07.1999 02.07.1984 02.07.1981 02.07.1979
7 20-40 01.07.1999 02.07.1979 02.07.1976 02.07.1974
8 21-40 01.07.1998 02.07.1979 02.07.1976 02.07.1974
9 22-35 01.07.1997 02.07.1984 02.07.1981 02.07.1979RRB Pharmacist AGE LIMIT - RRB 2019 Paramedical Job Exam Age Details for sc st obc ur

Community/Categories Community Age relaxation Details  

  • OBC-Non Creamy Layer 3 years of age relaxation
  •  SC/ST 5 years of age relaxation
  • Ex-Servicemen candidates who have put in more than 6 months service after attestation
  • UR Upper age limit as mentioned in the respective posts plus community age relaxation wherever applicable plus Number of years of service rendered in
    Defence plus 3 years
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer)
    SC/ST
    Persons with Benchmark Disabilities
    (PwBD)
    UR 10 Years
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer) 13 Years of age relaxation
    SC/ST 15 Years
  • Candidates ordinarily been domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 01.01.1980 to
    31.12.1989
    UR Upper age limit plus community age relaxation wherever applicable plus 5 years
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer)
    SC/ST
  • Candidates who are serving Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ Railway Staff, CasualLabour and Substitutes and put in
    minimum of 3 years service (continuous or in broken spells)
  • UR 40 Years of age
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer) 43 Years of age
    SC/ST 45 Years of age
  • Candidates who are working in Quasi-Administrative offices of the Railway organization such as Railway
    Canteens, Co-operative Societies and Institutes
    UR Upto the length of service rendered or 5 years, whichever is lower plus community age relaxation wherever applicable
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer)
    SC/ST
  • Women candidates, who are widowed, divorced or judicially separated from husband but not
    remarried. 
    UR 35 Years of age
    OBC- NCL (Non Creamy Layer) 38 Years of age
    SC/ST 40 Years of age
  • If a candidate is eligible for relaxation of age on more than one ground, he/she would be accorded the highest of the age relaxations for which he/she is eligible.
  • No age relaxation is allowed to SC/ST/OBC-NCL (Non Creamy Layer) candidates applying against unreserved vacancies.
  • PwBD candidates applying against UR vacancies will be allowed age relaxation applicable for UR PwBD only. If a candidate is eligible for relaxation of age on more than one ground, he/she would be accorded the highest of the age relaxation for which he/she is eligible

Conclusion Note:

Candidates should note that the date of birth filled in this application should be same as recorded in the Matriculation/SSLC/Xth Class or an equivalent certificate. No subsequent request for its change will be
considered.

Pharma Universities in Melbourne MS Pharmacy Australia

Pharma universities in Melbourne Melbourne is one of the most primary and well known places in Australia.  Melbourne stands as the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria.  The city has developed highly and flourished well in terms of availability of various requirements of social life that includes plazas, restaurants, bars, universities, schools, colleges and the list is endless.  It truly depicts the cultural heritage of the people living in Australia.  Since founded on 30 August 1835, this city has developed itself to a greater extend.  To this it has been found that some of Australia’s most well established and more prominent schools, colleges and Universities are based here.  Today we try to look at this aspect in a bit detail in relation to some of the best prominent Pharma Universities.

 

Pharma being one of the most important fields of learning, there are many Universities in Melbourne which helps Pharma student to get their Pharma degree easily.  Basically these Universities allow those who are willing to do their Bachelor’s, master or PhD on a particular subject.  One of such University available in Melbourne is University of Melbourne.  It helps student to obtain their Bachelor’s degree as well as complete their Master in Pharma.  It has got high repute and is considered to be one of the finest Universities in Australia providing first class learning experience for the students especially when in consideration of studying pharmacy.  Next is the Monash University, Clayton Campus.  This is considered to be one of the finest in imparting pharmacy education to the students after Melbourne University.  It has got one of the finest batches of teachers who impart education of international standards making them to stands apart from rest.  The curriculum in relation to Pharma is excellent and covers wide range of the subject from an overall point of view.  It is the second oldest university in the state of Victoria.  This University four campuses in Australia and one found in Malaysia.  Then there is the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  This campus is purely dedicated to the students of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  This University purely deals with education in relation to Pharmacy, pharmaceutical and area of concern in relation to this.

Pharma Universities in Melbourne MS Pharmacy Australia

Other than those mentioned here, there are different other Universities in Melbourne which provides the scope for the students to their higher studies in relation to Pharma and dedicate their life to this profession.  The most important aspect in relation to this is that most of the Universities have proper curriculum and study materials with learned faculties which maintains a healthy yet a streamline form of education in relation to Pharma and other related field of study.

 

Pharma is definitely a subject that needs more and more attention and the Universities of Melbourne are working hard for the betterment and improvement of this field of Science.  These Universities maintains a strict curriculum and provides world class curriculum in relation to Pharma.  Here the University allows only students who are willing to do their Bachelor’s or Masters’ degrees.  The amount need to joint the course is very minimal and anybody fulfilling the specific criteria of the University in concern can take up Pharma as a field of study.

 

According to statistics obtained from different sources, the average pay for a Pharmacist in Australia is AU$32.59 per hour and the average pay for a Pharmacist is around AU$67,960 per year.  Thus anybody who wants to take Pharmacy as a career living in Australia and does not know where to start from, then Melbourne can be the best place to start with.

Is It Easy To Get Pass Marks In B. Pharmacy? D Pharmacy ? M Pharmacy

Is It Easy To Get Pass Marks In B. Pharmacy?

Is It Easy To Get Pass Marks In B. Pharmacy?

Well, this question is to be answered in terms of relativity. This is because there is no benchmark of inference to conclude. To some, it may appear easy to some it may appear hard. Actually, in a broader sense, we can say that no course is easy or tough if you are willing to study it. Therefore to get pass marks would not be a matter of concern for you. In your formative years, if you have had good teachers, then you can develop interest. If you harbour an interest in a particular subject then it becomes easy for you. Mainly students having an inclination towards B group of science join the pharmacy stream. On this note, subjects such as remedial mathematics; biostatistics can be hard for some. Since it covers almost every field in science we can say it is one of the toughest courses. The ultimatum depends on someone’s hard work, dedication. The one who studies with passion can earn good marks and earning pass marks won’t be tough job for them. In fact, the teachers opine that it is somewhat difficult to fail in B. Pharmacy course. But if you are thinking that can you get pass marks by studying subjects of B. Pharmacy just prior exams, then the answer would undoubtedly be “No”. If you assume ‘easy’ means lesser portion, then also the answer would be no. It is a vast course with lengthy subjects.

Is It Easy To Get Pass Marks In B. Pharmacy? D Pharmacy 

Now according to the norms of the B. Pharmacy education in India, the criteria of a passing candidate are as follows:-

  • To pass the examination in any subject, minimum passing for any component (head) is 40%, subject to the condition of 50% aggregate requirement for semester passing.
  • Grade in each subject will be calculated based on the summation of marks obtained under each head of the examination of Sessional Theory, External Theory, Sessional Practical and External Practical. Theory and practical component of the same course shall be considered as a separate head.
  • If a candidate gets more than or equals 50% marks in all heads of the subject it is considered as pass.
  • If a student gets 40% in some heads/subjects but the aggregate is more than 50% than also student will be passed.Is It Easy To Get Pass Marks In B. Pharmacy?
  • If student aggregate is less than 50% but more than 40% in all heads, then overall semester result is failed. The student has to reappear in the exam to improve aggregate. The candidate can take the remedial exam in the subject with grade (CC/CD). One can take maximum subjects of three and fresh score will always be considered as the latest one.

Pharmacy Faculty / Lecturer Job Opportunities in Hyderabad | Pharma Colleges

Lecturer Job Opportunities in Hyderabad

Lecturer Job Opportunities in Hyderabad   :  A career as a lecturer requires a graduate-level education, subject-area expertise and the desire to share knowledge. They teach academic or career topics to students pursuing college or university degrees. Hyderabad the name sounds historical though but now with the time, it has evolved into an industrial hub and home to many. It is such a place that offers various kinds of opportunities in education, jobs and business. In this article, we are going to discuss the jobs related to lectureships and its scope in this state. What and how to start and where to go, if you have these questions in mind then please go through the content.

Lecturers are required to be subject-area experts because they need to have solid insight on specific subjects of teaching and calls for up gradation along with the time. Few lecturers fulfill this requirement by conducting original research as part of a postdoctoral fellowship. Publishing original research in professional journals within the fellowship provides a solid body of work in a subject area. The criteria for becoming a lecturer in private colleges require a Master’s degree and a first-class doctoral degree or have a valid NET/SET score for the govt. or central govt. college based on the discipline. Besides these, the experience of teaching, work experience in the specific field; research and publication gets priority while hiring. The key skills needed are research, critical thinking, communication, writing, and computer skills; knowledge of classroom management with no age bar in most cases.

Lecturer Job Opportunities in HyderabadPharmacy Faculty Jobs in Hyderabad

The All India Status of Higher Education (AISHE) report reveals that  | Hyderabad occupies the third highest number of colleges in the country. It clocks the third position leaving behind only Bengaluru and Jaipur. As per the annual report, Hyderabad has 487 colleges covering over 90% of colleges those are private unaided colleges. Majority of them offer under-graduate general courses included nursing, agriculture and engineering courses. The districts of Rangareddy have 395 colleges and Nalgonda has 289 coming fifth and tenth respectively. Guntur district occupied the eighth spot with 309 colleges. Thus, it is quite obvious that many opportunities can emerge throughout the region for the lecturer jobs.