Pharm D 1st Year First Year Subjects / Syllabus Copy- DETAILS

Pharm.D – I YEAR

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (THEORY)

 

Theory : 3 Hrs. /Week

 

  1. Scope and Objectives: This course is designed to impart a fundamental knowledge on the structure and functions of the human body. It also helps in understanding both homeostasis mechanisms and homeostatic imbalances of various body systems. Since a medicament, which is produced by pharmacist, is used to correct the deviations in human body, it enhances the understanding of how the drugs act on the various body systems in correcting the disease state of the organs.

 

  1. Upon completion of the course the student shall be able to:
    1. describe the structure (gross and histology) and functions of various organs of the human body;

 

  1. describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances of various systems;
  2. identify the various tissues and organs of the different systems of the human body;
  3. perform the hematological tests and also record blood pressure, heart rate, pulse and Respiratory volumes;
  4. appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of each system; and

 

  1. appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning (homeostasis) of human body

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. Tortora Gerard J. and Nicholas, P. Principles of anatomy and physiology Publisher Harpercollins college New York.

 

  1. Wilson, J.W.  Ross  and  Wilson’s  foundations  of  anatomy  and  physiology.  Publisher:  Churchill

Livingstone, Edinburg.

 

 

Reference books

  1. Guyton arthur, C. Physiology of human body. Publisher: Holtsaunders.

 

  1. Chatterjee,C.C. Human physiology. Volume 1&11. Publisher: medical allied agency, Calcutta.
  2. Peter L. Williams, Roger Warwick, Mary Dyson and Lawrence, H.
  3. Gray’s anatomy. Publisher:Churchill Livingstone, London.

 

  1. Lecture wise program:

 

Topics

 

  • Scope of anatomy and physiology, basic terminologies used in this subject (Description of the body as such planes and terminologies)
  • Structure of cell – its components and their functions.

 

  • Elementary tissues of the human body: epithelial, connective, Muscular and nervous tissues-their sub-types and characteristics

 

  • a) Osseous system – structure, composition and functions of the

 

  1. Classification of joints, Types of movements of joints and disorders of joints (Definitions only)
  • Haemopoetic System
    1. Composition and functions of blood
    2. Haemopoesis and disorders of blood components (definition of disorder)
    3. Blood groups
    4. Clotting factors and mechanism
    5. Platelets and disorders of coagulation

 

  • Lymph
    1. Lymph and lymphatic system, composition, formation and circulation.
    2. Spleen: structure and functions, Disorders
    3. Disorders of lymphatic system (definition only)

 

  • Cardiovascular system
    1. Anatomy and functions of heart
    2. Blood vessels and circulation (Pulmonary, coronary and systemic circulation)
    3. Electrocardiogram (ECG)

 

  1. Cardiac cycle and heart sounds
  2. Blood pressure – its maintenance and regulation
  3. Definition of the following disorders

 

Hypertension, Hypotension, Arteriosclerosis, Atherosclerosis, Angina, Myocardial infarction, Congestive heart failure, Cardiac arrhythmias

 

  • Respiratory system
    1. Anatomy of respiratory organs and functions
    2. Mechanism / physiology of respiration and regulation of respiration
    3. Transport of respiratory gases

 

  1. Respiratory volumes and capacities, and Definition of: Hypoxia, Asphyxia, Dybarism, Oxygen therapy and resuscitation.

 

  • Digestive system
    1. Anatomy and physiology of GIT
    2. Anatomy and functions of accessory glands of GIT
    3. Digestion and absorption
    4. Disorders of GIT (definitions only)

 

  • Nervous system

 

  1. Definition and classification of nervous system
  2. Anatomy, physiology and functional areas of cerebrum
  3. Anatomy and physiology of cerebellum
  4. Anatomy and physiology of mid brain
  5. Thalamus, hypothalamus and Basal Ganglia

 

  1. Spinal card: Structure & reflexes – mono-poly-planter
  2. Cranial nerves – names and functions
  3. ANS – Anatomy & functions of sympathetic & parasympathetic N.S.

 

  • Urinary system

 

  1. Anatomy and physiology of urinary system
  2. Formation of urine
  3. Renin Angiotensin system – Juxtaglomerular apparatus – acid base Balance
  4. Clearance tests and micturition
  • Endocrine system
    1. Pituitary gland
    2. Adrenal gland
    3. Thyroid and Parathyroid glands
    4. Pancreas and gonads

 

  • Reproductive system

 

  1. Male and female reproductive system
  2. Their hormones – Physiology of menstruation
  3. Spermatogenesis & Oogenesis
  4. Sex determination (genetic basis)
  5. Pregnancy and maintenance and parturition
  6. Contraceptive devices

 

  • Sense organs
    1. Eye

 

  1. Ear
  2. Skin
  3. Tongue & Nose

 

  • Skeletal muscles

 

  1. Histology
  2. Physiology of Muscle contraction
  3. Physiological properties of skeletal muscle and their disorders (definitions)

 

  • Sports physiology

 

  1. Muscles in exercise, Effect of athletic training on muscles and muscle performance,

 

  1. Respiration in exercise, CVS in exercise, Body heat in exercise, Body fluids and salts in exercise,

 

  1. Drugs and athletics

General Requirements: Dissection box, Laboratory Napkin, muslin cloth, record, Observation book(100pages), Stationary items, Blood lancet.

 

 

Course materials:

 

Text books

 

Goyal, R. K, Natvar M.P, and Shah S.A, Practical anatomy, physiology and biochemistry, latest edition, Publisher: B.S Shah Prakashan, Ahmedabad.

 

References

 

Ranade VG, Text book of practical physiology, Latest edition, Publisher: PVG,  Pune Anderson Experimental

Physiology, Latest edition, Publisher: NA

 

List of Experiments:

  1. Study of tissues of human body
    • Epithelial tissue.
    • Muscular tissue.
  2. Study of tissues of human body
    • Connective tissue.
    • Nervous tissue.
  3. Study of appliances used in hematological experiments.
  4. Determination of W.B.C. count of blood.
  5. Determination of R.B.C. count of blood.
  6. Determination of differential count of blood.
  7. Determination of
    • Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate.
    • Hemoglobin content of Blood.
  • Bleeding time & Clotting time.
  1. Determination of
    • Blood Pressure.
    • Blood group.
  2. Study of various systems with the help of charts, models & specimens
    • Skeleton system part I-axial skeleton.
    • Skeleton system part II- appendicular skeleton.
    • Cardiovascular system.
    • Respiratory system.
    • Digestive system.
    • Urinary system.
    • Nervous system.
    • Special senses.
    • Reproductive system.
  3. Study of different family planning appliances.
  4. To perform pregnancy diagnosis test.
  5. Study of appliances used in experimental physiology.
  6. To record simple muscle curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation.
  7. To record simple summation curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation.
  8. To record simple effect of temperature using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation.
  9. To record simple effect of load & after load using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation.
  10. To record simple fatigue curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation.

 

Scheme of Practical Examination:

 

SessionalsAnnual
Identification0410
Synopsis0410
Major Experiment0720
Minor Experiment0315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

 

Note:   Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance).

PHARMACEUTICS (THEORY)

 

Theory : 2 Hrs. /Week

 

  1. Scope and objectives: This course is designed to impart a fundamental knowledge on the art and science of formulating different dosage forms. It prepares the students for most basics of the applied field of pharmacy.

 

  1. Upon the completion of the course the student should be able to:
    1. know the formulation aspects of different dosage forms;
    2. do different pharmaceutical caluculation involved in formulation;

 

  1. formulate different types of dosage forms; and
  2. appreciate the importance of good formulation for effectiveness.

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. Cooper and Gunns Dispensing for pharmacy students.

 

  1. A text book Professional Pharmacy by N.K.Jain and S.N.Sharma.

 

 

References

 

  1. Introduction to Pharmaceutical dosage forms by Howard C. Ansel.
  2. Remington’s Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  3. Register of General Pharmacy by Cooper and Gunn.
  4. General Pharmacy by M.L.Schroff.

 

  1. Lecture wise programme: Topics

 

  • Introduction to dosage forms – classification and definitions
    1. Prescription: definition, parts and handling

 

  1. Posology: Definition, Factors affecting dose selection. Calculation of children and infant doses.

 

  • Historical back ground and development of profession of pharmacy and pharmaceutical industry in brief.

 

  • Development of Indian Pharmacopoeia and introduction to other Pharmacopoeias such as BP, USP, European Pharmacopoeia, Extra pharmacopoeia and Indian national formulary.

 

  • Weights and measures, Calculations involving percentage solutions, allegation, proof spirit, isotonic solutions etc.

 

  • Powders and Granules: Classification advantages and disadvantages, Preparation of simple, compound powders, Insufflations, Dusting powders, Eutectic and Explosive powders, Tooth powder and effervescent powders and granules.

 

  • Monophasic Dosage forms: Theoretical aspects of formulation including adjuvant like stabilizers, colorants, flavours with examples. Study of Monophasic liquids like gargles, mouth washes, Throat paint, Ear drops, Nasal drops, Liniments and lotions, Enemas and collodions.

 

  • Biphasic dosage forms: Suspensions and emulsions, Definition, advantages and disadvantages,

classification, test for the type of emulsion, formulation, stability and evaluation.

 

  • Suppositories and pessaries: Definition, advantages and disadvantages, types of base, method of preparation, Displacement value and evaluation.

 

 

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  • Galenicals: Definition, equipment for different extraction processes like infusion, Decoction, Maceration and Percolation, methods of preparation of spirits, tinctures and extracts.

 

  • Pharmaceutical calculations.

 

  • Surgical aids: Surgical dressings, absorbable gelatin sponge, sutures, ligatures and medicated bandages.
  • Incompatibilities: Introduction, classification and methods to overcome the incompatibilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

(T0810008) PHARMACEUTICS (PRACTICAL)

 

Practical: 3 Hrs. /Week

 

List of Experiments:

 

 

  1. Syrups
    1. Simple Syrup I.P

 

  1. Syrup of Ephedrine Hcl NF
  2. Syrup Vasaka IP
  3. Syrup of ferrous Phosphate IP

 

  1. Orange Syrup

 

  1. Elixir
    1. Piperizine citrate elixir BP
    2. Cascara elixir BPC
    3. Paracetamol elixir BPC

 

  1. Linctus
    1. Simple Linctus BPC

 

  1. Pediatric simple Linctus BPC

 

  1. Solutions
    1. Solution of cresol with soap IP
    2. Strong solution of ferric chloride BPC
    3. Aqueous Iodine Solution IP
    4. Strong solution of Iodine IP
    5. Strong solution of ammonium acetate IP

 

  1. Liniments
    1. Liniment of turpentine IP*
    2. Liniment of camphor IP

 

  1. Suspensions*
    1. Calamine lotion

 

  1. Magnesium Hydroxide mixture BP

 

  1. Emulsions*
    1. Cod liver oil emulsion
    2. Liquid paraffin emulsion

 

  1. Powders
    1. Eutectic powder

 

  1. Explosive powder
  2. Dusting powder
  3. Insufflations

 

 

 

 

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  1. Suppositories
    1. Boric acid suppositories

 

  1. Chloral suppositories

 

  1. Incompatibilities
    1. Mixtures with Physical
    2. Chemical & Therapeutic incompatibilities

 

  • colourless bottles required for dispensing Paper envelope (white), butter paper and white paper required for dispensing.

 

 

Scheme of Practical Examination:

 

SessionalsAnnual
Synopsis0515
Major Experiment1025
Minor Experiment0315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

Note :  Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

(T0810003) MEDICINAL BIOCHEMISTRY (THEORY)

 

Theory : 3 Hrs. /Week

 

  1. Scope of the Subject: Applied biochemistry deals with complete understanding of the molecular level of the chemical process associated with living cells.Clinical chemistry deals with the study of chemical aspects of human life in health and illness and the application of chemical laboratory methods to diagnosis, control of treatment, and prevention of diseases.

 

  1. Objectives of the Subject (Know, do, appreciate) :

 

The objective of the present course is providing biochemical facts and the principles to the students of pharmacy. Upon completion of the subject student shall be able to –

 

  1. understand the catalytic activity of enzymes and importance of isoenzymes in diagnosis of diseases;
  2. know the metabolic process of biomolecules in health and illness (metabolic disorders);

 

  1. understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome; protein synthesis; replication; mutation and repair mechanism;

 

  1. know the biochemical principles of organ function tests of kidney, liver and endocrine gland; and
  2. do the qualitative analysis and determination of biomolecules in the body fluids.

 

 

Text books (Theory)

  1. Harpers review of biochemistry – Martin

 

  1. Text book of biochemistry – D.Satyanarayana
  2. Text book of clinical chemistry- Alex kaplan &Laverve L.Szabo

 

References (Theory)

  1. Principles of biochemistry — Lehninger

 

  1. Text book of biochemistry — Ramarao
  1. Practical Biochemistry-David T.Plummer.
  2. Practical Biochemistry-Pattabhiraman.

 

  1. Lecture wise programme: Topics

 

  • Introduction to biochemistry: Cell and its biochemical organization, transport process across the cell membranes. Energy rich compounds; ATP, Cyclic AMP and their biological significance.

 

  • Enzymes: Definition; Nomenclature; IUB classification; Factor affecting enzyme activity; Enzyme action; enzyme inhibition. Isoenzymes and their therapeutic and diagnostic applications; Coenzymes and their biochemical role and deficiency diseases.

 

  • Carbohydrate metabolism: Glycolysis, Citric acid cycle (TCA cycle), HMP shunt, Glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, glycogenesis. Metabolic disorders of carbohydrate metabolism (diabetes mellitus and glycogen storage diseases); Glucose, Galactose tolerance test and their significance; hormonal regulation of carbohydrate metabolism.

 

 

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  • Lipid metabolism: Oxidation of saturated (b-oxidation); Ketogenesis and ketolysis; biosynthesis of fatty acids, lipids; metabolism of cholesterol; Hormonal regulation of lipid metabolism. Defective metabolism of lipids (Atheroslerosis, fatty liver, hypercholesterolmiea).

 

  • Biological oxidation: Coenzyme system involved in Biological oxidation. Electron transport chain (its mechanism in energy capture; regulation and inhibition); Uncouplers of ETC; Oxidative phosphorylation;

 

  • Protein and amino acid metabolism: protein turn over; nitrogen balance; Catabolism of Amino acids (Transamination, deamination & decarboxylation). Urea cycle and its metabolic disorders; production of bile pigments; hyperbilirubinemia, porphoria, jaundice. Metabolic disorder of Amino acids.

 

  • Nucleic acid metabolism: Metabolism of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides; Protein synthesis; Genetic code; inhibition of protein synthesis; mutation and repair mechanism; DNA replication (semiconservative /onion peel models) and DNA repair mechanism.

 

  • Introduction to clinical chemistry: Cell; composition; malfunction; Roll of the clinical chemistry laboratory.

 

  • The kidney function tests: Role of kidney; Laboratory tests for normal function includes-

 

  1. Urine analysis (macroscopic and physical examination, quantitative and semiquantitative tests.)

 

  1. Test for NPN constituents. (Creatinine /urea clearance, determination of blood and urine creatinine, urea and uric acid)
  2. Urine concentration test
  3. Urinary tract calculi. (stones)

 

  • Liver function tests: Physiological role of liver, metabolic, storage, excretory, protective, circulatory functions and function in blood coagulation.

 

  1. Test for hepatic dysfunction-Bile pigments metabolism.
  2. Test for hepatic function test- Serum bilirubin, urine bilirubin, and urine urobilinogen.
  3. Dye tests of excretory function.
  4. Tests based upon abnormalities of serum proteins.

 

 

  • Lipid profile tests: Lipoproteins, composition, functions. Determination of serum lipids, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.

 

  • Immunochemical techniques for determination of hormone levels and protein levels in serum for endocrine diseases and infectious diseases.

 

Radio immuno assay (RIA) and Enzyme Linked Immuno Sorbent Assay (ELISA)

 

  • Electrolytes: Body water, compartments, water balance, and electrolyte distrubution. Determination of sodium, calcium potassium, chlorides, bicarbonates in the body fluids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

(T0810009) MEDICINAL BIOCHEMISTRY (PRACTICAL)

 

Practical : 3 Hrs./Week

 

Title of the Experiment:

 

 

  • Qualitative analysis of normal constituents of urine.*
  • Qualitative analysis of abnormal constituents of urine.*
  • Quantitative estimation of urine sugar by Benedict’s reagent method.**
  • Quantitative estimation of urine chlorides by Volhard’s method.**
  • Quantitative estimation of urine creatinine by Jaffe’s method.**

 

  • Quantitative estimation of urine calcium by precipitation method.**
  • Quantitative estimation of serum cholesterol by Libermann Burchard’s method.**
  • Preparation of Folin Wu filtrate from blood.*
  • Quantitative estimation of blood creatinine.**
  • Quantitative estimation of blood sugar Folin-Wu tube method.**
  • Estimation of SGOT in serum.**
  • Estimation of SGPT in serum.**
  • Estimation of Urea in Serum.**
  • Estimation of Proteins in Serum.**
  • Determination of serum bilirubin**
  • Determination of Glucose by means of Glucoseoxidase.**
  • Enzymatic hydrolysis of Glycogen/Starch by Amylases.**
  • Study of factors affecting Enzyme activity. (pH & Temp.)**
  • Preparation of standard buffer solutions and its pH measurements (any two)*
  • Experiment on lipid profile tests**
  • Determination of sodium,calcium and potassium in serum.**

 

  • indicate major experiments & * indicate minor experiments

 

Assignments:

 

Format of the assignment

 

  1. Minimum & Maximum number of pages.

 

  1. It shall be computer draft copy.
  2. Reference(s) shall be included at the end.
  3. Name and signature of the student.

 

  1. Assignment can be a combined presentation at the end of the academic year.
  2. Time allocated for presentation may be 8+2 Min.

 

 

Scheme of Practical Examination:

 

SessionalsAnnual
Synopsis0515
Major Experiment1025
Minor Experiment0315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

 

Note : Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

 

(T0810004) PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (THEORY)

 

Theory : 3 Hrs. /Week

 

  1. Scope and objectives: This course is designed to impart a very good knowledge about

 

  1. IUPAC/Common system of nomenclature of simple organic compounds belonging to different classes of organic compounds;
    1. Some important physical properties of organic compounds;

 

  1. Free radical/ nucleophyllic [alkyl/ acyl/ aryl] /electrophyllic substitution, free radical/ nucleophyllic / electrophyllic addition, elimination, oxidation and reduction reactions with mechanism, orientation of the reaction, order of reactivity, stability of compounds;

 

  1. Some named organic reactions with mechanisms; and

 

  1. Methods of preparation, test for purity, principle involved in the assay, important medicinal uses of some important organic compounds.

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. R.Morrison and R. Boyd – Organic chemistry,
    2. Bentley and Driver-Text book of Pharmaceutical chemistry
    3. L.Finer- Organic chemistry, the fundamentals of chemistry

 

 

Reference books

 

  1. Organic chemistry – J.M.Cram and D.J.Cram

 

  1. Organic chemistry- Brown
  2. Advanced organic chemistry- Jerry March, Wiley
  3. Organic chemistry- Cram and Hammered, Pine Hendrickson

 

  1. Lecture wise Programme: Topics
    • Structures and Physical properties:

 

  1. Polarity of bonds, polarity of molecules, M.P, Inter molecular forces, B.P, Solubility, non ionic solutes and ionic solutes, protic and aprotic Solvents, ion pairs,

 

  1. Acids and bases, Lowry bronsted and Lewis theories
  2. Isomerism

 

  • Nomenclature of organic compound belonging to the following classes Alkanes, Alkenes, Dienes, Alkynes, Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones, Amides, Amines, Phenols, Alkyl Halides, Carboxylic Acid, Esters, Acid Chlorides And Cycloalkanes.

 

  • Free radicals chain reactions of alkane : Mechanism, relative reactivity and stability

 

  • Alicyclic compounds : Preparations of cyclo alkanes, Bayer strain theory and orbital picture of angle strain.

 

  • Nuclophilic aliphatic substitution mechanism: Nucleophiles and leaving groups, kinetics of second and first order reaction, mechanism and kinetics of SN2 Stereochemistry and steric hindrance, role of solvents, phase transfer catalysis, mechanism and kinetics of SN1 reactions, stereochemistry, carbocation and their stability, rearrangement of carbocation, role of solvents in SN1 reaction, Ion dipole bonds, SN2 versus SN1 solvolyses, nucleophilic assistance by the solvents.

 

  • Dehydro halogenation of alkyl halides: 1,2 elimination, kinetics, E2 and E1 mechanism, elimination via carbocation, evidence for E2 mechanism, absence of rearrangement isotope effect, absence hydrogen exchange, the element effect, orientation and reactivity,

 

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E2 versus E1, elimination versus substitution, dehydration of alcohol, ease of dehydration, acid catalysis, reversibility, orientation.

 

  • Electrophillic and free radicals addition: Reactions at carbon-carbon, double bond, electrophile, hydrogenation, heat of hydrogenation and stability of alkenes, markownikoff rule, addition of hydrogen halides, addition of hydrogen bromides, peroxide effect, electrophillic addition, mechanism, rearrangement, absence of hydrogen exchange, orientation and reactivity, addition of halogen, mechanism, halohydin formation, mechanism of free radicals additon, mechanism of peroxide initiated addition of hydrogen bromide, orientation of free addition, additions of carbene to alkene, cyclo addition reactions.

 

  • Carbon-carbon double bond as substituents: Free radical halogenations of alkenes, comparision of free radical substitution with free radical addition, free radical substitution in alkenes, orientation and reactivity, allylic rearrangements.

 

  • Theory of resonance: Allyl radical as a resonance hybrid, stability, orbital picture, resonance stabilisation of allyl radicals, hyper conjugation, allyl cation as a resonance hybrid, nucleophyllic substitution in allylic substrate, SN1 reactivity, allylic rearrangement, resonance stabilisation of allyl cation, hyper conjugation, nucleophilic substitution in allylic substrate, SN2 nucleophilic substituion in vinylic substrate, vinylic cation, stability of conjugated dienes, resonance in alkenes, hyper conjugation, ease of formation of conjugated dienes, orientation of elimination, electrophilic addition to conjugated dienes, 1,4- addition, 1,2-versus 1,4-addition, rate versus equilibrium, orientation and reactivity of free radical addition to conjugated dienes.

 

  • Elecrophilic aromatic substitution: Effect of substituent groups, determination of orientation, determination of relative reactivity, classification of substituent group, mechanism of nitration, sulphonation, halogenation, friedel craft alkylation, friedel craft acylation, reactivity and orientation, activating and deactivating O,P,M directing groups, electron release via resonance, effect of halogen on electrophilic aromatic substitution in alkyl benzene, side chain halogination of alkyl benzene, resonance stabilization of benzyl radical.

 

  • Nucleophilic addition reaction: Mechanism, ionisation of carboxylic acids, acidity constants, acidity of acids, structure of carboxylate ions, effect of substituent on acidity, nucleophilic acyl substitution reaction, conversion of acid to acid chloride, esters, amide and anhydride. Role of caboxyl group, comparison of alkyl nucleophilic substitution with acyl nucleophilic substitution.

 

  • Mechanism of aldol condensation, claisen condensation, cannizzaro reaction, crossed aldol condensation, crossed cannizzaro reaction, benzoin condensation, perkin condensation. Knoevenagel, Reformatsky reaction, Wittig reaction, Michael addition.

 

  • Hoffman rearrangement: Migration to electron deficient nitrogen, Sandmeyer’s reaction, basicity of amines, diazotisation and coupling, acidity of phenols, Williamson synthesis, Fries rearrangement, Kolbe reaction, Reimer tieman’s reactions.

 

  • Nucleophilic aromatic substitution: Bimolecular displacement mechanisms, orientation, comparison of aliphatic nucleophilic substitution with that of aromatic.

 

  • Oxidation reduction reaction.

 

  • Study of the following official compounds- preparation, test for purity, assay and medicinal uses of Chlorbutol, Dimercaprol, Glyceryl trinitrate, Urea, Ethylene diamine dihyrate, Vanillin, Paraldehyde, Ethylene chloride, Lactic acid, Tartaric acid, citric acid, salicylic acid, aspirin, methyl salicylate, ethyl benzoate, benzyl benzoate, dimethyl pthalate, sodium lauryl sulphate, saccharin sodium, mephensin.

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

 

(T0810010) PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (PRACTICAL)

 

Practical : 3 Hrs./Week

 

  1. Introduction to the various laboratory techniques through demonstration involving synthesis of the following compounds (at least 8 compounds to be synthesised):

 

  1. Acetanilde / aspirin (Acetylation)
  2. Benzanilide / Phenyl benzoate (Benzoylation)
  3. P-bromo acetanilide / 2,4,6 – tribromo aniline (Bromination)

 

  1. Dibenzylidene acetone (Condensation)
  2. 1-Phenylazo-2-napthol (Diazotisation and coupling)
  3. Benzoic acid / salicylic acid (Hydrolysis of ester)
  4. M-dinitro benzene (Nitration)

 

  1. 9, 10 – Antharaquinone (Oxidation of anthracene) / preparation of benzoic acid from toluene or benzaldehyde
  2. M-phenylene diamine (Reduction of M-dinitrobenzene) / Aniline from nitrobenzene
  3. Benzophenone oxime
  4. Nitration of salicylic acid
  5. Preparation of picric acid
  6. Preparation of O-chlorobenzoic acid from O-chlorotolune
  7. Preparation of cyclohexanone from cyclohexanol

 

  1. Identification of organic compounds belonging to the following classes by :

 

 

Systematic qualitative organic analysis including preparation of derivatives Phenols, amides, carbohydrates, amines, carboxylic acids, aldehyde and ketones, Alcohols, esters, hydrocarbons, anilides, nitrocompounds.

 

III. Introduction to the use of stereo models:

 

Methane, Ethane, Ethylene, Acetylene, Cis alkene, Trans alkene, inversion of configuration.

 

Scheme of Practical Examination:

 

SessionalsAnnual
Synopsis0515
Major Experiment1025
Minor Experiment0315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

Note : Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pharm.D – I YEAR

 

(T0810005) PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (THEORY)

 

Theory : 2 Hrs. /Week

 

  1. Scope and objectives: This course mainly deals with fundamentals of Analytical chemistry and also the study of inorganic pharmaceuticals regarding their monographs and also the course deals with basic knowledge of analysis of various pharmaceuticals.

 

  1. Upon completion of the course student shall be able to:

 

  1. under stand the principles and procedures of analysis of drugs and also regarding the application of inorganic pharmaceuticals;

 

  1. know the analysis of the inorganic pharmaceuticals their applications; and
  2. appreciate the importance of inorganic pharmaceuticals in preventing and curing the disease.

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. A text book Inorganic medicinal chemistry by Surendra N. Pandeya

 

  1. H. Beckett and J. B. Stanlake’s Practical Pharmaceutical chemistry Vol-I & Vol-II
  2. Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry III-Edition P.Gundu Rao

 

 

References

 

  1. Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Anand & Chetwal
  2. Pharmaceutical Inorganic chemistry by Dr.B.G.Nagavi
  3. Analytical chemistry principles by John H. Kennedy
  4. I.P.1985 and 1996, Govt. of India, Ministry of health

 

  1. Lecture wise programme:

 

Topics

1   Errors

2   Volumetric analysis

3   Acid-base titrations

4   Redox titrations

5   Non aqueous titrations

6   Precipitation titrations

7   Complexometric titrations

  • Theory of indicators
  • Gravimetry
  • Limit tests

 

  • Medicinal gases
  • Acidifiers
  • Antacids
  • Cathartics
  • Electrolyte replenishers
  • Essential Trace elements
  • Antimicrobials
  • Pharmaceutical aids
  • Dental Products

 

  • Miscellaneous compounds
  • Radio Pharmaceuticals

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

 

(T0810011) PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (PRACTICAL)

 

Practical : 3 Hrs./Week

 

  1. Limit test (6 exercises)
    1. Limit test for chlorides
    2. Limit test for sulphates
    3. Limit test for iron
    4. Limit test for heavy metals
    5. Limit test for arsenic

 

  1. Modified limit tests for chlorides and sulphates

 

  1. Assays (10 exercises)
    1. Ammonium chloride- Acid-base titration
    2. Ferrous sulphate- Cerimetry
    3. Copper sulpahte- Iodometry
    4. Calcilugluconate- Complexometry
    5. Hydrogen peroxide – Permanganometry
    6. Sodium benzoate – Nonaqueous titration
    7. Sodium chloride – Modified volhard’s method
    8. Assay of KI – KIO3 titration
    9. Gravimetric estimation of barium as barium sulphate

 

  1. Sodium antimony gluconate or antimony potassium tartarate

 

  1. Estimation of mixture (Any two exercises)
    1. Sodium hydroxide and sodium carbonate
    2. Boric acid and Borax
    3. Oxalic acid and sodium oxalate

 

  1. Test for identity (Any three exercises)
    1. Sodium bicorbonate
    2. Barium sulphate
    3. Ferrous sulphate
    4. Potassium chloride

 

  1. Test for purity (Any two exercises)
    1. Swelling power in Bentonite

 

  1. Acid neutralising capacity in aluminium hydroxide gel
  2. Ammonium salts in potash alum
  3. Adsorption power heavy Kaolin
  4. Presence of Iodates in KI

 

  1. Preparations (Any two exercises)
    1. Boric acids

 

  1. Potash alum
  2. Calcium lactate
  3. Magnesium suphate

 

 

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Scheme of Practical Examination :

 

SessionalsAnnual
Synopsis0515
Major Experiment1025
Minor Experiment1&20315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

Note :                                                        Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance).

REMEDIAL MATHEMATICS:

 

 

  1. Scope and objectives: This is an introductory course in mathematics. This subjects deals with the introduction to matrices, determinants, trigonometry, analytical geometry, differential calculus, integral calculus, differential equations, laplace transform.

 

  1. Upon completion of the course the student shall be able to :

 

  1. Know Trignometry, Analytical geometry, Matrices, Determinant, Integration, Differential equation, Laplace transform and their applications;
  2. solve the problems of different types by applying theory; and
  3. appreciate the important applications of mathematics in pharmacy.

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. Differential calculus By Shantinarayan
    2. Text book of Mathematics for second year pre-university by Prof.B.M.Sreenivas

 

References:

 

  1. Integral calculus By Shanthinarayan
  2. Engineering mathematics By B.S.Grewal
  3. Trigonometry Part-I By L.Loney

 

  1. Lecture wise programme :

 

Topics

 

  • Algebra : Determinants, Matrices
  • Trigonometry : Sides and angles of a triangle, solution of triangles
  • Analytical Geometry :Points, Straight line, circle, parabola

 

  • Differential calculus: Limit of a function, Differential calculus, Differentiation of a sum, Product, Quotient Composite, Parametric, exponential, trigonometric and Logarithmic function. Successive differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem, Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions of two variables

 

  • Integral Calculus: Definite integrals, integration by substitution and by parts, Properties of definite integrals.

 

  • Differential equations: Definition, order, degree, variable separable, homogeneous, Linear, heterogeneous, linear, differential equation with constant coefficient, simultaneous linear equation of second order.

 

  • Laplace transform: Definition, Laplace transform of elementary functions, Properties of linearity and shifting.

 

 

 

 

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BIOLOGY :

 

  1. Scope and objectives: This is an introductory course in Biology, which gives detailed study of natural sources such as plant and animal origin. This subject has been introduces to the pharmacy course in order to make the student aware of various naturally occurring drugs and its history, sources, classification, distribution and the characters of the plants and animals. This subject gives basic foundation to Pharmacognosy.

 

  1. Course materials: Text books
    1. Text book of Biology by S.B.Gokhale
    2. A Text book of Biology by Dr.Thulajappa and Dr. Seetaram.

 

 

References:

 

  1. A Text book of Biology by B.V.Sreenivasa Naidu

 

  1. A Text book of Biology by Naidu and Murthy
  2. Botany for Degree students By A.C.Dutta.
  3. Outlines of Zoology by M.Ekambaranatha ayyer and T.N.Ananthakrishnan.
  4. A manual for pharmaceutical biology practical by S.B.Gokhale and C.K.Kokate.

 

  1. Lecture wise programme :

 

Topic

PART – A

 

01   Introduction

  • General organization of plants and its inclusions

 

  • Plant tissues
  • Plant kingdom and its classification
  • Morphology of plants
  • Root, Stem, Leaf and Its modifications
  • Inflorescence and Pollination of flowers
  • Morphology of fruits and seeds
  • Plant physiology

 

  • Taxonomy of Leguminosae, umbelliferae, Solanaceae, Lilliaceae, Zinziberaceae, Rubiaceae
  • Study of Fungi, Yeast, Penicillin and Bacteria

 

PART-B

 

  • Study of Animal cell
  • Study animal tissues

 

  • Detailed study of frog
  • Study of Pisces, Raptiles, Aves
  • Genearal organization of mammals
  • Study of poisonous animals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pharm.D – I YEAR

(T0810012) BIOLOGY (PRACTICAL)

 

Practical : 3 Hrs./Week

 

Title:

 

 

  1. Introduction of biology experiments
  2. Study of cell wall constituents and cell inclusions
  3. Study of Stem modifications
  4. Study of Root modifications
  5. Study of Leaf modifications

 

  1. Identification of Fruits and seeds
  2. Preparation of Permanent slides
  3. S. of Senna, Cassia, Ephedra, Podophyllum.
  4. Simple plant physiological experiments
  5. Identification of animals
  6. Detailed study of Frog
  7. Computer based tutorials

 

Scheme of Practical Examination :

 

SessionalsAnnual
Identification0410
Synopsis0410
Major Experiment0720
Minor Experiment0315
Viva0215
Max Marks2070
Duration03hrs04hrs

 

 

Note:   Total sessional marks is 30 (20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for regularity, promptness, viva-voce and record maintenance.

Competitive Exams = GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY Pharmacist

GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
FINAL KEY
Question Number: 1
Which state cabinet has announced to increase the financial assistance given to the
families of martyrs from Rs. 25 lakh to Rs. 1 crore?
Maharashtra
Question Number: 2
Which among the following cricketers has been inducted to ICC Hall of Fame?
Sachin Tendulkar
Question Number: 3
In which state were the highest number of beneficiaries reported under the Pradhan
MantriShram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM- SYM) scheme?
Haryana
Question Number: 4
The World Bank Group announced its first female Managing Director on Friday- an
Indian national. Her name is _______________________?
Anshula Kant
Question Number: 5
Foundation stone of Baba Guru Nanak International University has been kept in which
country?
Pakistan
Question Number: 6
Who has been appointed as an International Judge of the Singapore International
Commercial Court in July 2019?
A K Sikri
Question Number: 7
Which place in Italy added to UNESCO Heritage list recently?
Prosecco
Question Number: 8
The World Health Organization has declared which country as measles free?
Sri Lanka
Question Number: 9 (Geography)
Consider the following statementsa. The Godavari Arch Bridge is the latest of the five bridges that span the Godavari
River at Rajahmundry.
b. The bridge is located in two channels, the Kovvur channel and the Rajahmundry
channel, and hence the bridge is also known as the Kovvur-Rajahmundry Bridge.
Which of the above statement/s is/are correct?
Only b
Question Number: 10
Consider the following statementsa. The Prakasam Barrage was conceptualised by Major Captain Lake of the East
India Company.
b. The Prakasam Barrage is located in the Vijayawada in the Krishna District of
Andhra Pradesh.
c. Prakasam Barrage is built across the River Krishna connecting Guntur and Krishna
districts.
Which of the above statements are correct?
Both b and c
Question Number: 11
Which of the following statement is incorrect about Kakinadaa. It is the second most populated city of East Godavari district.
b. The Indian Standard Time (IST) passes through this city.
c. The city was selected as one of the hundred Indian cities to be developed as a
smart city under PM Narendra Modi’s flagship, Smart Cities Mission.
None of above
Question Number: 12
Which of the following river is known as “Sorrow of Nandyal”?
Kundu
Question Number: 13
Consider the following statements in respect of „Yaganti Temple‟-
a. Yaganti is located in the Kurnool District in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
b. The three famous caves situated around the temple are the Agastya Cave, the
Venkateswara Cave and the VeeraBrahmam Cave.
c. The Nandi (Bullock, Lord Shiva‟s) idol in front of the temple is continuously
increasing its size.
Which of the above statements are incorrect?
None of above
Question Number: 14
Which of the following city is known as „The City of Destiny‟?
Visakhapatnam
Question Number: 15
Consider the following statements about „Tirupati‟-
a. Tirupati is located at 13.65°N 79.42°E in the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh.
b. The city is also referred to as the “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh”.
c. For the year 2012–13, India’s Ministry of Tourism named Tirupati as the “Best
Heritage City”.
Which of the statements are correct?
All of above
Question Number: 16
President Ram NathKovind has appointed AnusuiyaUikey as Governor of _____________.
Chhattisgarh
17 Communicated Information can be termed as
Message
18 Department of Culture set up a Committee in the year ____under the chairmanship of
_____for the formulation of a National Policy for a Library and Information System.
1984, D.P. Chattophadhyya
19 Information is piecemeal, ______ particular; while knowledge is _____and coherent
fragmented,structured
20 Which type of IPR protects the rights of cine film producers?
Copy right
21 In which year The Indian Copyright Act was amended first time?
1983
22 _________ of the constitution protects the right to free speech and expression irrespective
of the medium of communication.
Article 19
23 Under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting which body regulates the public
exhibitions of films in India
Central Board of Film Certification
24 Which is incorrect in the context of Right to information means
Obtained security information
25 In Andhra Pradesh Public Library Movement, name of Paturi Naga Bhushanam is a
pioneer in conducting
boat Library Service
26 The Andhra Pradesh Public Library Act,1960 has the provision of
ZillaGrandhalayaSamsthas
27 An ISSN is a _____digits code for publications.
8
28 S.M.Ganguly-IASLIC Award has been instituted for
Librarian of the year
29 It is a plastic ribbon, usually half a inch wide that is coated on one side with an iron
oxide material which can be magnetized. Identify this storage device
Magnetic tape
30 Software is a collection of programmes which allows to communicate ______.
Hardware
31 The web server maintains information in the ________which have all the text marked
with _________tags.
Webpages,HTML
33 Among the following groups, which is group is most reliable for primary source of
information?
(Information Sources)
Patents,standards,thesis,journal
34 Abstract which not only describes the content of the work but also evaluates the work
and its presentation is called
Critical abstract
35 Match the following:
a)Survey of the primary literature
b)Organized list of primary or other sources relating to a given subject(s) or person
c)Comprehensive compilation on a subject
d)Focuses on developing understanding about the subject
I Treatise
II Text book
III Bibliography
IV Review
a-IV.b-III,c-I,d-II
36 Information Literacy means
Skill of defining, locating and accessing information
37 Andhra DesaGranthaBhandagaraSanghom is the first
library association in India
38 Dictionary which gives the history of words and their origin referred as
Etymological dictionary
39 Among the following which product qualifies for ISBN?
Books
40 World of Learning includes information about
Universities, Colleges, Libraries, Museums, Archives, Research Institutes and Learned
societies
32
It accesses webpages and displays them on the computer screen
Web browser
41 Match the first edition of encyclopedia with the publication year
a)Encyclopaedia Britannica I 1858
b)Encyclopaedia Americana II1977
c)Chamber‟s Encyclopaedia III 1771
d) Random House Encyclopaedia IV 1829
a-III,b-IV,c-I,d-II
42 Manorama Yearbook is an Indian annual published by
Malayala Manorama
43 e-journals are usually published on
Internet
A communication channel
44 The difference between the mean of a sample and the mean of the population is known as
the:
Sampling error
45 Find out the median of the following set of numbers:
{11,22,33,55,66,99}
44
46. „The Hindu‟ daily news paper was founded in the year
1878
47. According to ____________, printing of names and addresses of printers, editors and
publishers was mandatory.
First Press Regulations
48. Which film industry is sometimes referred as „Tollywood‟?
Telugu
49. News reporters attached with security forces are called
Embedded reporters
50. „Ticker‟ is related to
Television
51. „Anchor story‟ is related to
Print media
52. _________ is a structured sequence of events in time.
Narrative
53. Which is a low-priced book having cheaper, flexible covers and pages?
Paperbook
54. Dealing with legislators and government officials to promote or defeat legislation
and regulation is called
Lobbying
55. “Tamasha” performance belongs to which state
Maharashtra
56. TV Channels dedicated to the subjects of home, garden and family :
Lifestyle channels
57. A __________is a member of a group or an individual who is affected or is affected
by the success of an organization.
Stakeholder
Question Number: 58
Atoms are composed ofElectrons and nuclei
Question Number: 59
What is a homepage?
A web site’s main page
Question Number: 60
The strategy of „Divide and Rule‟ was adopted byLord Curzon
Question Number: 61
Indian National Flag designer „PingaliVenkayya‟ belong to which state?
Andhra Pradesh
Question Number: 62
Fundamental Rights Resolution was adopted inKarachi session of Indian National Congress
Question Number: 63
Untouchability is an offenceAccording to the constitution and is punishable in accordance with law
Question Number: 64
Who characterizes Indian union as “a federation with a centralizing tendency”?
Ivor Jennings
Question Number: 65
The Constituent Assembly held its first meeting on __________ and last meeting on
_________.
December 9, 1946 and January 24, 1950.
Question Number: 66
The sum of 15% of a positive number and 10% of the same number is 70. What is twice of
that?
560
Question Number: 67
The average of four consecutive numbers A, B, C and D respectively is 56.5. What is the
product of A and C?
3135
Question Number: 68
A thermometer is to temperature as a compass is toDirection
Question Number: 69
Find the same relationship from given
Chef: Restaurant
Teacher: School
70. Values underlying Social Work profession are
All the above
Q.71. Horse gram is known in Telugu as
Ulavalu
Q.72. The ICDS is the flagship programme of which ministry under the government?
Ministry of Women and Child Developmen
Q.73. Which of the following is a non-projected aid?
Pictograph
Q.74. The main objective of the first five year plan was:
Agriculture and irrigation
Q.75. Which of the following is the nodal institute for all State Institutes of Rural
Development?
National Institute of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj
Q.76. It was one of the first community radios started in 2008 and managed by a team
of dalitwomen:
Radio Sangham in Medak District
Q.77. Which of the following is a project floated under the National e-Governance
Programme under mission mode?
e-Panchayat
78. Retrogradation of starch is the prominent factor bringing about:
Staleness
79) Which of the following has anti-infective property?
Colostrum
80) The term undernutrition comprises which of the following:
i. Protein energy malnutrition
ii. Micronutrient deficiency
iii. Stunting
iv. Overweight
v. Wasting
vi. Obesity
Tick mark the correct option:
i,ii,iii,v
81. HDI (Human Development Index) Rank of AP in 2017 was :
27th
82. W. Nordhous and ________ won 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics
Paul Romer
83. Theme of Asia Pacific Summit addresses interdependence, mutual prosperity and
Universal values
84. One of the following is not a crypto currency :
Yen
85. Integration of 11 types of agricultural schemes is called :
Krishnonnati yojana
86. “You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women. “Who
said this ?
Jawaharlal Nehru
87. Gross National Happiness ( GNH) was adopted by :
Bhutan
88. What is the name of India‟s monetary denomination when Sher Shah Suri introduced
it in 1540-45 ?
Rupiya
89. “Small is Beautiful “ is a book written by :
Schumacher
90. “ The Coming China Wars “ is a book written by :
Peter Novarro
91. Bank Note Press (BNP) is located at :
Dewas
92. A project providing time- bound skill upgradation for railway employees :
Project Saksham
93 . Modern Coach Factory is a third such facility located in :
Rae Bareli
94. The Third Pillar : How Markets and State leave the community behind is a book
written by :
Raghuram Rajan
95. What measure is taken for Life Insecurity ?
Insurance
96. King Fisher Airlines seized its operations from the year
2012
97. Hyundai Motor Company headquarters is in
Seoul
Q98
‘The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library’ is an autonomous institution under
the Ministry of ————–.
Culture
Q99 National Register of Translators is maintained by ______.
National Translation Mission
Q100 What is ICOLC ?
International Coalition of Library Consortia.
Q101
An online search in which all aspects of the records in natural language may be used as sought terms is
known as________
Free text searching
Q102 National Medical Library is located in
Delhi
Q103 Linux is an example of _____________ software .
Operating System
Q104 Who developed ‘Access to libraries for persons with disabilities – checklist ‘ ?
IFLA
Q105 Encapsulation is a term associated with:
Digital preservation
Q
106 The Delivery of Books (Public Libraries) Act was enacted in the year_________.
1954
Q
107 National Library Week is celebrated in India in the month of ____________.
November
Q
108 ‘ Where is the wisdom, we have lost in knowledge ’ is a famous quote by ?
T.S.Eliot
Q109 ‘Technology Preservation’ is also referred to as:
Computer Museum
Q110 The value of the variable having maximum frequency is known as:
Mode
111. INB stands for
Indian National Bibliography
112. A study preceeding the main study to check the viability is known as:
Pilot study
113. Term used for large volume of high velocity, complex and variable data is:
Big data
114. What is MBO?
Management by Objectives
115. Which of the following is not associated with a virtual library:
With distributed physical locations
116. Information for All Programme (IFAP) was launched by
UNESCO
117. Method of assessing information needs of user community is known as
User studies
118. Mean, Mode and Median are called________
Measures of central tendency
119. The whole group from which the units of sample are selected is called:
Universe
120. According to hierarchy needs theory, which one of the following needs is the
highest in the hierarchy?
Self-actualization
121. Personal computer falls in the category of
Micro computer
122. A machined readable code consisting of vertical bars of varying widths to
represent data is known as
Bar code
123. A pictorial representation of sequence of steps of computation for a problem is
known as
Flowchart
124. An assumption or proposition whose validity is to be tested is known as
Hypothesis
125. Directing the user to appropriate sources of information available elsewhere is known as
Referral
126. National Science Library is located in
NISCAIR, New Delhi
127. FAIFE stands for
Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression
128. What is maximum number of characters you can use while writing a message on
twitter?
280
Question Number: 129
Which of the following countries was admitted as the full time member of the ICC?
Ireland
130. Which of the following drama was translated by Madhusudan Dutt in English?

Neel Darpan
131. Who of the following from Andhra Pradesh was the first Indian woman to win an
individual medal in the Olympics?
KarnamMalleswari
132. Which of the following is a part of Union Territory located in Andhra Pradesh?
Yanam

Q133 Who wrote “Modernization of Indian Tradition”?
Yogendra Singh
Q134 „My Experiment with truth‟ is written by—
M.K.Gandhi
Q135 Multiple choice Questions makes us use of which form of retrieval of memory:
Recognition
Question Number: 136
The average of 20 numbers is zero. Of them, at the most, how many may be greater than zero?
19
Q137. Who declared 1990 as “Year of the girl Child”. ?
SAARC
Q138. The Environment Protection Act was executed in India in the year
1986
Question Number: 139
One year ago Jaya was four times as old as her daughter Nikitha. Six years hence, Mrs.Jaya’s age will
exceed her daughter’s age by 9 years. The ratio of the present ages of Jaya and her daughter is:
13: 4
Q140 Which of the following agency regulates education?
State
Q141
According to 2011 Census Reports, the difference between literacy rates of men and women in India
was about:
17%
Q142 The policy recommended by the Kothari Commission Vis-à-vis language is :
Three language formula
Q143. The First Open University in India was established in the year :
1982
Question Number: 144.
Find the next term in the given series.
198,194,185,169,?
144
Q.145. Maxim Gorky’s novel ‘The Mother” was translated into Telugu by
Krovvidi Lingaraju
Q.146.Who was the first editor of “Andhra Patrika”?
Kasinathuni Nageswara Rao
Q.147.The International Telugu institute was established in the year
1975
Q.148. If BAG = 71, then VICE=?
69
Q.149. 24:84::______:21
6

Q.150. What according to Census 2011, is the Sex ratio in India ?
943

Acidifying Agents- Achlorhydria – Acidifying Agents in Pharmaceuticals

What does Achlorhydria mean?

Acidifying agents

Acidifying agents are used in condition where there is absence or insufficient secretion of hydrochloric acid in stomach which leads to disease called Achlorhydria or Hypochlorhydria. Achlorhydria can be treated by various acidifying agents like ammonium chloride, dilute HCl, Calcium chloride etc.

Causes of Achlorhydria:

What causes Achlorhydria?

The cause of achlorhydria in first case may be subtotal gastrectomy, atrophic gastritis, carcinoma, gastric polyp etc while in later case it may be chronic nephritis, tuberculosis, hyperthyroidism, chronic alcoholism, sprue, pellagra etc. The symptoms vary with associated disease but they generally include mild diarrhoea or frequent bowl movement, epigastric pain and sensitivity to spicy food.

The pH of stomach is 1.5 -2 when empty and rises to pH 5-6 when food is ingested. The pH of stomach is so low because of the secretion of HCl. Gastric HCl act by destroying the bacteria in the ingested food and drinks. It softens the fibrous food and promotes the formation of the proteolytic enzyme pepsin. This enzyme is formed from pepsinogen at acidic pH (>6). Pepsin helps in the metabolism of proteins in the ingested food. Therefore lack of HCl in the stomach can cause Achlorhydria.

  • Pernicious anemia (anti-parietal and anti-intrinsic factor antibodies): It is an autoimmune phenomenon in which antibodies are formed. These autoantibodies cause the autoimmune destruction of parietal cells leading to atrophic gastritis.
  • Use of antisecretory medications: Short-term standard dose treatment with PPI has been shown to have low risk, but long-term use of PPI has been linked to hypochlorhydria.
  • Helicobacter pylori infection: Acute H. pylori infection of gastric epithelial cells represses H-K-ATPase alpha subunit gene expression leading to transient hypochlorhydria and supporting H. pylori proliferation. This growth of H. pylori may even initiate a pathological process causing gastric cancer.
  • Gastric bypass: Gastric bypass is a gastric exclusion operation performed in patients with massive obesity to reduce food intake. Studies show that the acid secretion unbuffered by the food in the excluded stomach results in lowered gastrin secretion hence leading to achlorhydria in such patients.
  • VIPomas: VIPoma is an endocrine tumor that usually arises from beta-pancreatic cells and secretes Vasoactive intestinal peptide. It may be associated with MEN1. The massive amounts of VIP secretion cause watery diarrhea, hypokalemia, achlorhydria, vasodilation, hypercalcemia, and hyperglycemia.
  • Hypothyroidism: Thyroid hormone plays a role in hydrochloric acid secretion hence hypothyroidism can lead to achlorhydria.
  • Radiation to stomach: Radiation to stomach has also been reported to cause achlorhydria.
  • Gastric cancer: Animal studies have shown evidence of achlorhydria in gastric cancer.
  • Ref: Achlorhydria
    Rawish Fatima; Muhammad Aziz

Types of achlorhydria

Two types of achlorhydria are known:
1) where the gastric secretion is devoid of HCl, even after stimulation with histamine phosphate
2) where gastric secretion is devoid of HCl, but secreted upon stimulation with histamine phosphate.

 

 

 

What is an acidifying agent?

What drugs acidify urine?

Acidifying Agents in Pharmaceuticals

Acetic Acid
Acetic Acid, Glacial
Citric Acid, Anhydrous
Citric Acid Monohydrate
Fumaric Acid
Hydrochloric Acid
Hydrochloric Acid, Diluted
Malic Acid
Nitric Acid
Phosphoric Acid
Phosphoric Acid, Diluted
Propionic Acid
Sulfuric Acid
Tartaric Acid

 

 

 

 

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B Pharmacy D Pharm Jurisprudence *Important Juris MCQ – NIPER RRB

According to The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960

1.According to The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 Animal means any living creature except______.
a. Birds
b. Human beings
c. Insects
d. microorganisms

2.Animal welfare board is established by_______ .
a. State Government
b. State Council
c. Central Council
d. Central Government 

3. According to The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960____ member/s who is/are actively engaged in the promotion animal welfare is nominated by
Central Government.
a. Five
b. Six
c. Two
d. One
4. In phooka or doom dev, ______ or any substance is introduced into female organ of milch
animal with the intention of drawing off any secretion of _______.
a. air, water
b. water, milk c. air, milk
d. water, milk
5. According to The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 Experimentation on animals is carried out for the following purposes except
a. development of new drug
b. production of vaccines and sera
c. development in medical field d. to have the practice

Answers to multiple choice questions
1. b
2. d
3. a
4. c

5. d

Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955

Multiple Choice Questions
1. Central Committee for Food Standards consists of ___ representatives to represent consumers
interest.
a. two
b. one
c. three
d. five
2. According to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 Primary food is product of agriculture or horticulture in its _____ form.
a. artificial
b. natural
c. both
d. none
3. According to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 Following classes of food articles are prohibited for its import except_____food article.
a. adulterated
b. misbranded
c. patent and proprietary
d. none

4. According to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 Food does not include______.
a. drink
b. condiment
c. flavouring matter
d. article that is not approved by Central Government
5. According to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 Misbranded food article includes all the following except ______.
a. It is sold by name of another food article
b. It has false claim on the label or package
c. it is not labeled according to requirement of thisAct
d. Its quality and purity falls below the prescribed standard
6. The function of Central Committee for Food standards is to __________.
a. To advise the Central Government and State Government on the matters related toAct
b. To carry out the functions entrusted by thisAct
c. To analyse the samples of food
d. None
7. According to Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules, 1955 Following food articles are prohibited for import, sale, manufacture etc except ____.
a. adulterated food article
b. misbranded food article
c. food article which is in contravention of provisions of thisAct
d. food article which is not in contravention of provisions of thisAct
Answers to multiple choice questions
1. d
2. b
3. c
4. d

5. d

6. a

7.d

Multiple Choice Questions PoisonsAct, 1919
1. PoisonsAct, 1919 Import of poison is regulated by _______.
a) State Government
b) Central Government
c) State Council
d) Central Council
2. PoisonsAct, 1919 Possession and possession for sale of poison is regulated by ________.
a) State Government
b) Central Government
c) State Council
d) Central Council
3. The objective of The PoisonsAct 1919 is all the following except________.
a) To control the import of poison
b) To control the possession for sale of poison
c) To control the possession of poison
d) To control the manufacture of poison
4. The PoisonsAct came in to existence in ________.
a) 1920
b) 1919
c) 1930
d) 1985
5. Penalty for the import of poison without licence is punishable with fine upto ` _______ on first
conviction.
a) 1000
b) 500
c) 2000
d) 5000

Answers to multiple choice questions
1. b
2. a
3. d
4. b

5. b

Multiple Choice Questions
1. Geneva convention was held on _________ in ___________.
a) narcotic drugs, March 1961
b) psychotropic substances, March 1972
c) narcotic drugs, March 1972
d) psychotropic substances, February 1971

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2. Cocaine is a ___________
a) methyl ester of benzoyl ecgonine
b) methyl ether of benzyl ecgonine
c) methyl ether of benzoyl ecgonine
d) ethyl ester of benzyl ecgonine
3. Coca leaf contains more than______________
a) 0.2% cocaine
b) 0.1 % cocaine
c) 0.02 % cocaine
d) 0.01 % cocaine
4. Opium derivatives includes all the following except ______.
a) prepared opium
b) medicinal opium
c) heroin
d) charas
5. Medicinal cannabis means_____.
a) extract of cannabis
b) injection of cannabis
c) spirit of cannabis
d) none
6. Operations related to narcotic drugs under section 8 are controlled by _____.
a) Central Government
b) State Government
c) Excise Commissioner
d) None
Important questions
1. What are the objectives of Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substancesAct, 1985?
2. Define the followinga. addict
b. alcohol
c. opium poppy
d. cannabis
e. coca leaf
f. coca derivatives
g. opium derivatives
h. opium
j. poppy straw
k. prepared opium
l. medicinal opium
m. poppy straw concentrate
n. medicinal cannabis o. manufactured drug p. narcotic drugs
3. Discuss the power of State Government to control various operations.
4. Give the power of Central Government to control various operations.
5. Describe the offences and penalties under thisAct.
6. Explain the procedure to issue the warrant to person punishable under this act.
7. What preventive measures should be taken for abuse of narcotic drugs and psychotropic
substances?
8. Describe in brief administrative agencies under thisAct.
9. Write a note on national fund for control of drug abuse.
Answers to multiple choice questions
1. c
2. a
3. b
4. d

5. a

6. b
Multiple Choice Questions PoisonsAct, 1919
1. PoisonsAct, 1919 Import of poison is regulated by _______.
a) State Government
b) Central Government
c) State Council
d) Central Council
2. PoisonsAct, 1919 Possession and possession for sale of poison is regulated by ________.
a) State Government
b) Central Government
c) State Council
d) Central Council
3. The objective of The PoisonsAct 1919 is all the following except________.
a) To control the import of poison
b) To control the possession for sale of poison
c) To control the possession of poison
d) To control the manufacture of poison
4. The PoisonsAct came in to existence in ________.
a) 1920
b) 1919
c) 1930
d) 1985
5. Penalty for the import of poison without licence is punishable with fine upto ` _______ on first
conviction.
a) 1000
b) 500
c) 2000
d) 5000

Answers to multiple choice questions
1. b
2. a
3. d
4. b

5. b

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GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY – Important Questions RRB

Q.1. Who among the following Indian scientists is the first scientist to get Nobel Prize?
C. V Raman
Q. 2. ‘Liberty, Equality and Fraternity’ inspirations was derived from the:
French Revolution
Q. 3. Which of the following statements is/are correct about PravasiBhartiyaDiwas?
1. It is celebrated on 9th January of every year.
2. It was started by the Ex-Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
3. It is celebrated because Mahatma Gandhi returned to India from South Africa on 9th
January, 1915.
4. First Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas took place in 2003.
1, 2, 3, and 4
Q. 4. Match the List (I) and List (II) and select the correct answer from the code given
below:
List I List II
Article Idea
1. 19 (1) a a. To assemble peacefully and without
arms
2. 19 (1) b b. To form associations or unions
3. 19 (1) c c. To freedom of speech and expressions
4. 19 (1) d d. To move freely throughout the territory
of India
c a b d
Q. 5. Which of the following statements is/are correct about Zero Hour?
1. Zero Hour has special provision mentioned in the rule of procedure
2. India has adopted Zero Hour from UK
3. Zero Hour starts immediately after the Question Hour and lasts until the agenda from
the day is taken up
4. Before raising question in Zero Hour the members of parliament required to give prior
notice
3 only
Q. 6. Complete the series 1, 2, 8, 33, 148, _?_
765
Q.7. Complete the series 18, 22, 21, 20, 24, 18, _?_
27
Q. 8. Prashant is taller than Anu. Anu is taller than Sonam but Shorter than Jyoti. Who is
the shorter:
Sonam
Q.9. Which of the following statements is/are correct regarding land revenue policy of
British?
1. Land revenue policies made the land saleable, mortgageable and alienable.
2. Land revenue was periodically revised in ryotwari areas but fixed in Mahalwari System.
3. Areas covered by Mahalwari system included North Western Provinces and parts of
Punjab.
Select the correct answer using the code given below.
1 and 3 only
Q. 10. The Treaty of Salbai was signed between:
British and Marathas
Q.11. There are six “Astikas ”(systems) of Hindu philosophy. Which of these is the oldest?
Sankhya
Q. 12. Consider the following statement:
1. (A) Air pollutants known as “PM2.5” increases the chances of heart diseases.
2. (R) These micro particles can penetrate deep in lungs and enter in blood circulation.
Options:
Both correct and R explains A
Q. 13. Which of the following is the key objective behind the establishment of National
Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA)?
Ensure that the benefits of reduction in GST rates are passed to consumers.
Q. 14. Consider the following taxes:
1. Income Tax
2. Corporate Tax
3. Service Tax
4. Custom Duties
Which of the above is/are Direct Taxes?
1 and 2 only
Q.15. With special reference to economic critique of colonial policies, consider the
following pairs:
Work Author
1. Poverty and Un-British Rule in India : DadabhaiNaoroji
2. Economic History of India : Rajani Palme Dutt
3. India Today : Romesh Chandra Dutt
Which of the pair given above is/are correct?
1 only
Q. 16. Which of the following river is also known as “Uttara Pinakini”?
Pennar
Q. 17. Which of the following the second layer of atmosphere:
Stratosphere
Q.18. Find the correct statement/s :
1. Igneous rocks have no layers.
2. Limestone is white as well as black
3. Fossils are found in the igneous rocks
Optios:
1 and 2 only
Q. 19. Who is the author of “The Stone that Speaketh”
Durgabai Deshmukh
Q.20. Which of the following district of Andhra Pradesh touches the boundary of
Chhattisgarh?
East Godavari
Q.21. Which is the competent body to prescribe conditions for acquisition of citizenship?
Parliament
Q.22. Fundamental duties have been added in the Constitution by 42nd Amendment Act,
1976 in accordance with the recommendations of:
Swaran Singh Committee
Q 23. Which of the following is true in relation to the first five year plan of India for the period April1951 to March, 1956?
The planning commission presented a draft outline of a plan of development in July,1951
Q 24. Which of the following hub of NITI Aayog leads the engagement of states with central
government?
Team India Hub
Q 25. The primary objective of the monetary policy in India is to:
Achieve price stability and economic growth
Q 26. Goods and Service Tax is a:
Destination based tax
Q 27. In the union budget 2018-19, central government proposed to launch which one of the
following programme?
‘Operation Greens’
Q 28. The first Lady who donated one crore for the construction of Capital Ämravati” of
Andhra Pradesh State.
M. Swarajyamma
Q 29. Who has been the acting Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court since
01.01.2019?
Justice Praveen Kumar
Q 30. What is the ratio of sharing Legislative council members between Andhra Pradesh
and Telangana States.
50: 40
Q 31. The new capital Ämravati” of Andhra Pradesh State, will be constructed in how
many phases
Three phases
Q 32. Universal Children’s Day is celebrated annually on
20th November
Q 33. Which of the following is not a life style disease?
Malaria
Q.34 Consider the following statements.
a. ‘MySecurity.in’ is a web portal that will be a platform for innovation in the field of security
related web applications.
b. It will be launched by Ministry of Home Affairs.
c. Any individual, company, student, NGO etc. can develop and deploy on this portal such
security applications which may be useful to the public.
Which of the above statements are correct.
a, b and c
Q. 35 Google and NASA have joined hands to identify which two new planets around distant
stars?
Kepler 80g, Kepler 90i
Q. 36 Which state became the first in India to launch a free e-mail address in Hindi for
residents?
Rajasthan
Q 37. A geophysicist who studies earthquakes and the mechanical characteristics of the Earth is
called ___________.
Seismologist
Q 38 Subhas Chandra Bose started the ‘Azad Hind Radio’ in which of the following countries?
Germany
Q 39 The government of India announced its first Industrial policy in
1948
Q 40 According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the monsoon session 2018 of the
Parliament will be remembered as:
Social Justice Session
Question Number: 41
Which country tops in the FIFA global Men’s ranking 2018?
Belgium
Question Number: 42
Recently, Delhi Daredevils was renamed as __________.
Delhi capitals
Question Number: 43
Indira Krishnamurthy Nooyi resigned as CEO of PepsiCo recently. Which year did she become the
CEO of this company?
Year 2006
Question Number: 44
Saina Nehwal wins _________________ at Syed Modi International 2018.
Silver
Question Number: 45
Author of ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is:
Jonathan Swift
Question Number: 46
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion in collaboration with the World Bank ranked
Indian States in 2018 in ‘ease of doing business’ ranking. Which of the following sequences is
correct in descending order of ranking:
a) Haryana
b) Gujarat
c) Andhra Pradesh
d) Telangana
e) Jharkhand
c – d- a- e- b
Question Number: 47
Union Home Ministry (MHA) approved Uttar Pradesh government’s proposal to rename Allahabad
as _____, on 1st January 2019, ahead of ‘Kumbh Mela 2019’?
Prayagraj
Question Number: 48
Which country introduced a new “GAFA tax” named after Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon to
ensure that the companies pay a fair share of taxes in Europe, on 1st January 2019?
France
Question Number: 49
Who became the highest international wicket-taker of 2018 with 78 wickets, on 30th December
2018?
Jasprit Bumrah
Question Number: 50
India’s first engineless train is now named as
Train 18
Question Number: 51
Which of the following is the correct order of medals won by India in the 18th Asian Games 2018
(Jakarta)?
Gold Silver Bronze Total
15 24 30 69
Question Number: 52
Which state has got the highest ranking in the Bureau of Energy Efficiency and NITI Aayog’s
‘State Energy Efficiency Preparedness Index’ 2018 (SEEPI)?
Kerala
Question Number: 53
Who is popularly known as ‘Missile Man of India’?
Dr. A. P. J.Abdul Kalam
Question Number: 54
In computer terminology, OCR stands for
Optical Character Recognition
Question Number: 55
First computer virus is known as
Creeper virus
Question Number: 56
Which is the first engineering college of India?
Thomason College
Question Number: 57
Scientists of which institute have developed a simple paper kit that can test freshness of milk
and tell how well it has been pasteurized?
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati
Question Number: 58
As on March 2018, which of the following is the India’s fastest supercomputer?
Pratyush
Question Number: 59
Which of the following became the 25th State of India?
Goa
Question Number: 60
‘Father of renaissance movement in Telugu’ Rao BahadurKandukuriVeeresalingamPantulu was born
on:
16 April, 1848
Question Number: 61
At the time of British rule in India, the direct elections were for the first time incorporated under
which Law/Act?
Indian Councils Act, 1909
Question Number: 62
With which inscription was Independent India’s first stamp issued?
Jai Hind
Question Number: 63
In which year was PIN code introduced?
1972
Question Number: 64
From whose rule was Goa liberated in 1961?
Portuguese
Question Number: 65
Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists
List I List II
(State) (Festivals)
a. Andhra Pradesh 1. Chhath Puja
b. Arunachal Pradesh 2. Bohag Bihu
c. Assam 3. Losar
d. Bihar 4. Brahmotsavam
Codes:
4 3 2 1
Question Number: 66
Mohiniattam is the classical dance form from:
Kerala
Question Number: 67
Arrange the following Indian Freedom movements in chronological order
1. Non- cooperation movement
2. Quit India movement
3. Home rule movement
4. Civil disobedience movement
Codes:
3, 1, 4, 2
Question Number: 68
As per Census- 2011 in India, Andhra Pradesh female literacy rate in percentage term is:
59.15%
Question Number: 69
In which year were Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali languages included in the Eighth Schedule of
the constitution?
Year 1992
Question Number: 70
On which day was the Constitution of India adopted?
November 26, 1949
Question Number: 71
Which Article says, “India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of States”?
Article 1
Question Number: 72
Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution of India deals with the special provision with
respect to the State of Andhra Pradesh?
Article – 371 D
Question Number: 73
Andhra Pradesh has launched _______________ web portal through which people can view land
records online.
Bhudaar
Question Number: 74
Who will be the beneficiary of umbrella scheme ‘PM- AASHA’ approved by the Union Cabinet on
September 2018?
Farmers
Question Number: 75
The 23rd Chief Election Commissioner of India is
Sunil Arora
Question Number: 76
Which was the first Indian State formed on the linguistic basis?
Andhra Pradesh
Question Number: 77
Which political party formed the first non- Congress government? In which state?
CPI in Kerala
Question Number: 78
Who has been given power to decide whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not?
The Speaker of Lok Sabha
Question Number: 79
At present, what is the status of the Right to property?
Legal Right
Question Number: 80
Which state become the first state of India to ratify GST bill?
Assam
Question Number: 81
Who is the chairman of GST council?
Finance Minister
Question Number: 82
The Indian Space Research Orgianisation (ISRO) is set to launch first solar mission in 2019-
2020. What is it called?
Aditya- L1
Question Number: 83
In which place the maiden meeting of BRICS Working Group meeting on “Energy Saving and
Energy Efficiency” was held?
Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Question Number: 84
Locally named ‘Pala Sora’ endangered species was spotted near Kakinada. What is the
original name of this species?
Pondicherry Shark
Question Number: 85
The first Union Territory of India to depend 100 percent on solar energy isDiu
Question Number: 86
Where was the world’s first ingeniously made high energy storage device unveiled on August 6,
2018?
Amravati
Question Number: 87
The Thummalapalle mine which is considered to have one of the world’s largest reserves of
1.50 lakh tonnes of uranium is located in which among the following Indian States?
Andhra Pradesh
Question Number: 88
Which river flows between the Satpura and the Vindhya mountains?
Narmada
Question Number: 89
Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the lists:
List – I List – II
Rivers Origin
a) Godavari 1. Mahabaleshwar
b) Penna 2. Ananthagiri Hills
c) Gosthani 3. Nandi Hills
d) Krishna 4. Brahmagiri Mountains
Codes:
a b c d
4 3 2 1
Question Number: 90
In which state is the Silent Valley located?
Kerala
Question Number: 91
Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
Institute location
Dr. N.T.R University of Health Sciences Kurnool
Question Number: 92
As per 2011 census, the population of Hyderabad city was:
DELETED
Question Number: 93
. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the lists:
List – I List – II
Hills State
a. Pahalgam 1. Jammu & Kashmir
b. Munnar 2. Rajasthan
c. Mount Abu 3. Kerala
d. Champawat 4. Uttarakhand
Codes:
a b c d
1 3 2 4
Question Number: 94
Which of the following is not part of geological disaster?
4.Sea Surge
Question Number: 95
Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the Lists
List I List II
(Major Dam) (State)
A. Cheruthoni Dam 1. Madhya Pradesh
B. Indira Sagar Dam 2. Tamil Nadu
C. Srisailam Dam 3. Andhra Pradesh
D. Mettur Dam 4. Kerala
Code
A B C D

4 1 3 2
Question Number: 96
Which one of the following States has more than two major ports?
Tamil Nadu
Question Number: 97
Which is the longest River of Peninsular India?
Godavari
Question Number: 98
In a row of children facing North, Ritesh is twelfth from the left end, Sudhir who is twentysecond from the Right end is fourth to the right of Ritesh. Total how many children are there in
a row?
37
Question Number: 99
If the letters in each of the following five groups of letters are rearranged in the alphabetical
order and then the groups of letters so formed are rearranged as in a dictionary, which letter
group would have its group of letters in the “MIDDLE” among the five letter groups?
MEET, DEAF, ROAD, CODE, LACK
ROAD
Question Number: 100
T, Q, R, W and E are sitting in a straight line. T sits between Q and R. W do not sit in the
middle and is the immediate left of E. Q and E occupy the extreme positions.
Find the position of W with reference to R.
Immediate right
Question Number: 101
Look at this series: 53, 53, 40, 40, 27, 27, … What number should come next?
14
Question Number: 102
In a lake, there are 10 steps labelled using alphabets from A to J. Starting from step A, every
minute a frog jumps to the 4th step from where it started., i.e.; from the step A it would go to
step E and from E to the step I and from I it would go to C etc. where would be the frog be at
the 60th minute if it starts at the step A?
A
Question Number: 103
In the following question, choose the correct code form.
If ‘air’ is called ‘green’, ‘green’ is called ‘red’, ‘red’ is called ‘sea’, ‘sea’ is called ‘blue’, ‘blue’ is called
‘water’ and ‘water’ is called ‘pink’, then what is the color of grass?
Red
Question Number: (104 to 106)
Question Label: Comprehension
Answer the following questions based on these data:
Four people A, B, C and D went to four different places which is Kerala, Delhi, Goa and Gujarat
by different transports as follows- Train, Car, Aeroplane and Bus. The person who travelled to
Delhi did not travel by Bus. C travel by Aeroplane and went to goa. A went to Kerla by Car and
D travel by Bus.
Refer the above for the Questions 98 to 100
Question Number: 104
The person who travels by Train?
Is going to Delhi
Question Number: 105
Who among the following travels to Gujarat?
D
Question Number: 106
The person who travels by car is?
Going to Kerala
107. The Twelfth Five Year Plan also indicates the consequences of failing to make any significant
progress by outlining a Scenario 3 and it is called as:
Policy logjam
108. As per Twelfth Five Year Plan document, In India, the percentage of households with
electricity has increased from 56 in 2001 to:
67 in 2011
109. In which Five year Plan document of of India, it was stated first time, that the producer of
food grains must get a reasonable return?
Third Five Year Plan
110. The market value of national output measured in base year prices is known as:
Gross National Product at constant prices
111. Personal income less disposable income is equal to:
Direct taxes
112. Which of the following is true in relation to rural poverty, in India in 2011-12, based on Head
Count Ratio Method?
The rural poverty in India was around 25.7%
113. The difference between urban and rural average monthly per capita expenditure, in India in
2011-12, was around:
Rs 1200
114. According to population census 2011, in India, the number of persons with disabilities
constituted:
2.2 percent of the total population
115. Among the following four sectors, the contribution of which sector was the highest in overall
employment increase in India, between December 2014 and December 2015?
Information Technology/ Business Process Outsourcing
116. Which of the following is the Sustainable Development Goal-1?
No Poverty
117. In relation to poverty alleviation in rural India, ‘Supply of Improved Toolkits to Rural
Artisans’(SITRA) was a sub-scheme of:
IRDP
118. The growth rate of India’s agriculture and allied sectors in 2015-16 at 2011-12 prices was
around:
0.7%
119. Which of the following was introduced by the government of India, for providing fertiliser
subsidy on Pilot basis, from October-2016?
Direct Benefit Transfer system
120. The green revolution in Indian agriculture was not driven by:
Use of traditional variety of seeds
121. The percentage of operational holdings owned by women in Indian agriculture in 2010-11
was:
12.8%
122. The basic reason for ‘feminisation’ of agriculture sector in India is:
Growing rural to urban migration by men
123. Government of India has identified How Many ‘Champions Sectors’ for renewed focus
under Make in India 2.0:
10
124. Start-up and Stand-up India initiative aims to promote innovation and entrepreneurship
among:
Enterprising youth in India
125. ‘Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency’ provide funds to:

Non-corporate small business sector
126. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana aims to enhance power supply in:
Rural areas
127. In relation WTO, which of the following contains Peace Clause?
Agreement on Agriculture

128. The Securities and Exchange Board of India was established on:
12th April, 1992
129. On which one of the following items the GST council, in its 31st meeting, reduced the GST
rate from 12% to nil?
Music Books
130. The chairman of the Thirteenth Finance Commission:
Vijay Kelkar
131. Which of the following is true in relation to Ayushman Bharat ?

It will provide health care coverage up to Rs 5 lakh per family per year for
hospitalization
132. The left canal of Polavaram Irrigation Project, once completed, will provide irrigation
benefits to:
East Godavari and Vishakhapatnam districts
133. Prakasam district in Andhra Pradesh will get irrigation facility through:
Gundlakamma Reservoir Project
134. Andhra Pradesh Integrated Irrigation and Agriculture Transformation Project (Phase-II)
funded by :
World Bank
135. According to the inaugural edition of ‘State Energy Efficiency Preparedness Index’ Andhra
Pradesh was categorised as:
‘Front Runner’
136. In Andhra Pradesh, Ultra Mega Solar Park-II is being set up at:
Talaricheruvu village in Ananthapuram district
137. In which district of Andhra Pradesh, the proposed port at Duggarajapatnam is located ?

SPSR Nellore
138. Which of the following is the motto of Real Time Governance in Andhra Pradesh?
‘People First’
139. The Andhra Pradesh State has adopted which of the following approach to achieve the
Human Development Index of 0.9 by 2029 and to provide basic services to its people?
Saturation approach

140. The objective of which of the following, in Andhra Pradesh, is to provide quality branded
generic medicines at affordable prices to all the people?
Anna Sanjivini Project

141. Andhra Pradesh State has announced Industrial Investment Promotion Policy for the
period:
2015-20
142. The amount of assistance provided by the central government for the development of
backward districts in Andhra Pradesh during 2016-17 was:
At the rate of Rs 50 crore for Seven Districts
143. To bridge the resource gap of Andhra Pradesh for the financial year 2014-15, the
assistance released by the central government to Andhra Pradesh from 2nd June 2014 to till
2016-17 was:
Rs 3979.50 crore
144. At which village of Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh state, foundation stone was laid for
the construction of a steel plant in December-2018?
At M. Kambala Dinne village of Myalavaram Mandal
145. The foundation stone for the People’s capital ‘Amaravati’ was laid on:
22nd October 2015
146. Under which section of the A P Re organization Act, the Central government provides
Special financial support for the creation of essential facilities.
DELETED
147. The right to recover arrears of any other tax or duty shall be to the successor States in
whose
Territories the place of assessment of that tax or duty is included in bifurcation as per
Section 50 of the Act
148. What is the percentage of Debt/GSDP Ratio (2013-14) of Residuary A.P?
19.4

Question Number: 149
Pointing towards a person in a photograph, Ankita said, “He is the only son of the father of my
sister’s brother.” How is that person related to Ankita?
None of these
Question Number: 150
Which one of the following Venn diagrams correctly illustrates the relationship among the classes:
Carrot, Food, and Vegetable?
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Ambica Engineering Works A
Amkette Analytics Ltd H
Analytical Technologies Limited F
Anton Paar H
Anvay Pharma Systems Pvt. Ltd. B
APEX CHROMATOGRAPHY PVT. LIMITED F
Aril Pharmaceuticals J
Armacell India Pvt. Ltd. E
Autocal Solutions Pvt. Ltd. F
Autopack Industries D
Avcon Controls Pvt. Ltd. B
Avians Innovations Technology Pvt. Ltd. G
Avon Pharma Machines Pvt. Ltd. B
Aztec Process Automation (P) Ltd. C
Bazaz Publications F
Belimo Actuators India Pvt. Ltd. F
Bio Clean Integrated Air System Private Limited C
Biolinx India Private Limited F
BITZER India Pvt. Ltd. D
Bliss-ca Technologies A
B.M Scientific F
Borosil Glass Works Ltd. F
Brilliant Process Machinery Pvt. Ltd. F
BRK Instruments India LLP H
Bruker India Scientific Pvt. Ltd. F
Bry-Air (Asia) Private Limited F
Casilica Dehumidifiers F
Cintex Industrial Corporation H
Condot System Pvt Ltd C
Contech Instruments Limited G
Control Print Limited B
CU-V-KAR Genetics I
Cyklop Packaging Systems (I) Pvt Ltd. C
Dandong Bettersize Instruments Ltd. H
Design Centre B
DHV Fitting Pvt. Ltd. A
Dockweiler AG E
Domino Printech India LLP B
Dry Air India Pvt. Ltd. E & E
Comapany Name Booth No.
Dumra Machines C
Durva Machinery E
Ecobliss India Pvt. Ltd. E
Elementar India Pvt. Ltd. H
ELGI Equipments Limited C
Elmach Packages (India) Pvt Ltd C
Esico International H A
Expert Vision Labs Pvt. Ltd. H
Express Pharma F
FabLab Engineering India Pvt Ltd C
Fabtech Pharma C
Falcon Machineries E
Finex Sieves Pvt Ltd E
First Source Laboratory Solutions F
FLIR Systems India Pvt. Ltd. F
Galaxy Sivtek Pvt. Ltd. E
GALLEON INSTRU-TECH PVT LTD F
Gandhi Automations Pvt. Ltd. A
Gangwal Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. J
Gem Pharma Machineries B
Global Packaging D
Global Vision (Pharma Machines and Technology) F
GMP Technical Solutions Pvt. Ltd F
Goel Scientific Glass Works Ltd. H
G T Metals & Tubes A
Hangzhou Tianshan Precision Filter Material Co.,
Ltd.
F
Harsiddhi Pharma Equipments E
Helios Concrew Pvt. Ltd. C
Hiten Techno Products Corporation
HMG India F
Hoong-A Corporation A
Hugopharm Technologies Private Limited E
Hygro Tech Engineers G
I R Technology Services Pvt. Ltd. F
Idealin Fogging Systems F
Imageprovision Technology Private Limited G
Indu IonPure India Pvt. Ltd. D
Inos Technologies Pvt. Ltd. D
Integrated Cleanroom Technology Pvt. Ltd. F
Jetspray Innovations Private Limited A
J-Sil Trading Corporation H
June Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. E
Jupiter Integrated Sensor Systems Pvt. Ltd. A A
Kaeser Compressors India Pvt. Ltd. C
Kambert Machinery Co. Pvt. Ltd. C
Khosla Profil Pvt. Ltd. A
Kirloskar Pneumatic Company Limited B
Kitten Enterprises Pvt Ltd B
Accrual Pharma Pack LLP

Kongposh Publications Pvt. Ltd. (The Pharma Review)
F
L&P Global Inc. D
Lab Services F
Labindia Instruments Pvt. Ltd. H
Lablink H
Labtop Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Leistung Engineering Pvt. Ltd. A
Mack Pharmatech Pvt. Ltd. G
Mahati Polymer Corporation E
Mark Vi Trac Systems E
Mascon Techneeds E & E
Masibus Automation And Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd. G
Maxcare Device E
Mec-Well Pharma Machinery Pvt Ltd B
Measuretest Instruments F
Mechmaark Filtech India Pvt. Ltd. H
Microbioz India – The Magazine F
Micronclean Ltd. F A
Mistry Engineering A
Mistry Packtech Engineering E
Moreschi Asia Doors Pvt. Ltd. B
Naturon Healthcare Limited D
Netfil Technik Pvt. Ltd. D
Nexgen Pharmatech B A
Nicomac Clean Rooms Far East LLP A
NIHVA Technologies Pvt. Ltd. C
NPM Machinery Pvt Ltd. D
Ohmkar Equipments F
Om Industries B
Omega Scientific Instruments Pvt Ltd D
Osworld Scientific Equipments Pvt. Ltd. A
Pacific Tools Pvt. Ltd. E
Pacmac Solution Pvt. Ltd. B
Perkinelmer (India) Pvt. Ltd F
PHARMA ENGINEERS D
Pharma Mech Machineries E
Polmon Instruments Private Limited G
Powerjet Engineering LLP B
PRETECH Automation Pvt. Ltd. E
Prudence Pharma Chem I
PT Electronics Pvt. Ltd. E
Rahul Enterprises A
Rahul Ferromet & Engg. Pvt. Ltd. C
Rattan Filters & Exporters Pvt. Ltd. E
Rehoboth Enviro Systems D
Remi Elektrotechnik Limited G
Renessen Packages Private Limited A
Roop Telsonic Ultrasonix Ltd. D
Rotarex F
Comapany Name Booth No.
Russell Finex Sieves and Filters Pvt Ltd. E
S.K. Pharma Machinery Pvt. Ltd. A
Sachin Industries Ltd. D
Saffron Media (Chronicle Pharmabiz) F
Saimach Pharmatech Pvt. Ltd. B
Saksham Analytical Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Sanitt Equipment & Machines P. Ltd. A
Sartorius India Pvt. Ltd. F
Schott Kaisha Private Limited B
Scientific Research Instruments Company Private
Limited
H
Shah Brothers B
Sharad Micro Die & Engg. Works B A
Shimadzu Analytical (I) Pvt. Ltd. F
Shredders and Shredding Co. C
Shreenath Enterprise D
SIGMA GROUP OF COMPANIES C
Smart Labtech Pvt. Ltd. G
Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facility(SAIF) G
SpectrumPharmaTECH Consultants Pvt. Ltd. B
Spinco Biotech Pvt. Ltd. F
Spraytech Systems India Pvt. Ltd. A
Suntec Teknopak Cleanrooms & Containments E
Super Scientific Works Pvt. Ltd. G
Svan Analytical Instruments Pvt Ltd. F
Swati Spentose Pvt. Ltd. I
Techbio Solutions F
Technovalue Solutions Pvt. Ltd. G
Techline Industries C
Tempo Instruments Pvt. Ltd. G
Tempsens Instruments (I) Pvt. Ltd. G
Tex Mech Engineers D
The Bombay Engineering Works A
Thermolab Scientific Equipments Pvt Ltd F
Titan Biotech Ltd. H
Top Syringe Mfg. Co. Pvt. Ltd. G A
TOPSE Process Solutions Pvt. Ltd. D
Toshvin Analytical Pvt. Ltd. G
Trio India A
Unichrome Associates H
Utopia Optovision Pvt. Ltd. C
Valfit Process Equipment Pvt. Ltd. A
Valiant Pharma Equipments A
Vignesh Lighting Technologies F
Watermass Systems Pvt. Ltd. A
Welch Materials India Pvt. Ltd. H
Xpert Scientific Pvt. Ltd. H
Xin Weisheng C

 

 

ADITYA CHEMICALS
DUSHYANT ANSODARIA
Booth No – I
Address – / , Ajanta Estate, At Vasna-Iyava, Tal Sanand, Ahmedabad, Gujarat-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – http://www.adityachemicals.in/

AIRTECH SYSTEMS INDIA PVT. LTD.
SUMEET AGGARWAL
Address – & ,Satellite Silver,andheri kurla road, Above Kotak Mahindra Bank, Marol Naka, Andheri
(East), Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.airtechsys.in

AVON PHARMA MACHINES PVT. LTD.
SHAHID KAMAL
Address – Unit no. , Mona Industrial Estate no. Behind Tirupati Udyog Nagar Sativali, Vasai (East), Thane,
Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.avonpharmamachines.com

BITZER INDIA PVT. LTD.
MILI SAVANI
Address – R- / , TTC Industrial Area, Rabale, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – ext
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.bitzeravp.com

B.M SCIENTIFIC
BHUSHAN KANABAR
Address: ,Bluebell Commercial Complex , Manas Indl.Hub,Chinchpada,Vasai (East), Dist.Palghar- ,
Maharashtra
Country – India
Tel:
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bmscientific.in

CASILICA DEHUMIDIFIERS
VAIBHAV GUPTA
Address – / b Gwalior House Rajpur Road Civil Lines Delhi-
Country – India
Tel – –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.casilica.com

DANDONG BETTERSIZE INSTRUMENTS LTD.
SUN LIN
Address – No. , Ganquan Road, Jinquan Industrial Park, Dandong, Liaoning-
Country – China
Tel –
Email – info @bettersize.com
Website – www.bettersize.com.hk

CONDOT SYSTEM PVT LTD
MANISHA RATHOD
Address – Unit no. , Niraj Indl Estate Behind Paper Box, Off. Mahakali Caves Road Andheri (East), Mumbai,
Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – – –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.condotsystems.com

 

ECOBLISS INDIA PVT. LTD.
ABHISHEK ARUMILLI
Address – # , Manjeera Majestic Commercial, KPHB, Hyderabad, Telangana-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.ecobliss.com

ELGI EQUIPMENTS LIMITED
BALAMURUGAN KALAIMANI
Address – ELGI Industrial Complex, Trichy Road, Singanallur, Coimbatore, Chennai-
Country – India
Tel –
Fax –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.elgi.com

ESICO INTERNATIONAL
MOHIT GUPTA
Booth No – H A
Address – Tower Wali Building, Opp.Sec- Vill-Kamli, Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – msei @yahoo.com
Website – http://www.esicointernational.com/

EXPERT VISION LABS PVT. LTD.
BHANU RATAN
Booth No – H
Address – , Anandi Bldg, Dr. M.B. Raut road, Opp. Bal Mohan School, Dadar (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.expertvisionlabs.com

EXPRESS PHARMA
RAJESH BHATKAL
Booth No – F
Address – st Floor,Express Towers, Nariman point,- ,Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.expressbpd.com/pharma/

FIRST SOURCE LABORATORY SOLUTIONS
MADHAVI CHAGANTI
Booth No – F
Address – # , Nimishamba Arcade, nd Floor , rd Cross, arekere Mair Road, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore,
Karnataka-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – http://www.firstsourcels.com/

FINEX SIEVES PVT LTD
MIKIN SHAH
Booth No – E
Address – GIDC Makarpura, Vadodara, Gujarat-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.finexsieves.com

GANDHI AUTOMATIONS PVT. LTD.
Y. N PATEL
Booth No – A
Address – Chawda Commercial Centre, Link Road, Malad (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel – + /
Fax – +
Email – [email protected]
Website – www.geapl.co.in

GALLEON INSTRU-TECH PVT LTD
VAIBHAV SARANG
Booth No – F
Address – M- , Neighborhood Complex Near State Bank Of India, Nerul Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra-
Country – India
Tel –
Email – [email protected]
Website – http://www.galleoninstru-tech.com/

List of Pharma Manufacturing Companies PEENYA Bangalore Bengaluru Karnataka

List of Pharma Manufacturing Companies PEENYA Bangalore Bengaluru Karnataka

List of pharma manufacturing companies in Peenya, Bangalore

Peenya is a major manufacturing hub of Bangalore. Karnataka Pharmaceutical companies are majorly concentrated in the city of Bangalore which is the capital of Karnataka. We can find the Pharma Marketing companies in the heart of the city like Marthahalli Indiranagar Hebbal Bellandur. But the main Manufaturing companies are a little away from the city. They are scattered in the outskirts of whole Bangalore map. Peenya is one of the good area where many manufacturing units and factories are located. Apart from  pharmaceutical industries there are more mechanical electrical and food manufacturing units in this particular place. In this article we provide a list of pharmaceutical manufacturing companies located in this area along with the exact address.

List of Pharma Manufacturing Companies PEENYA Bangalore Bengaluru Karnataka

List of Pharma Companies PEENYA

  1. Anglo French Drugs and Industries Ltd

Address: Plot no 4, phase 2, Peenya Industrial area, Peenya, Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560058

  1. Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Address: No 277, 4th main, 4th phase, 4th main rd, Ganapathy nagar phase 3, Peenya, Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560058

  1. Bentley & Remington Pvt Ltd

Address: unit 1, unit 2 and unit 3, 473/c, 4th phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Ce-chem Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Address: 336, 9th cross, 4th phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Celest Pharma Labs Pvt Ltd

Address: No 68, 6th main, 3rd phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Genei Laboratories Pvt Ltd

Address: No 6, 6th main, BDA industrial suburb, near SRS road, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Karnataka Antibiotics and Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Address: Plot no 14, 2nd phase, Nalagadderanahalli, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Madhur Pharma & Research Laboratories Pvt Ltd

Address: 274, 292 and 294, 4th phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Mahendra Labs Pvt Ltd

Address: 371 and 372, 4th phase, 10th cross, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Merck Ltd

Address: Site 1:50 A, 2nd phase, ring road, Peenya, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Sami Labs Ltd

Address: 19/1, 19/2, 1st main, 2nd phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Sante Mernaud Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Address: #466, 12th A cross, Peenya 4th phase, Peenya industrial area, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Srushti Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Address: No 154, 10th main road, Peenya 3rd phase, Bengaluru – 560058

  1. Zriza Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd

Address: #18, MEI Colony, Peenya 3rd phase, Bengaluru – 560058

Please comment below if you know few more pharmaceutical company names and address for our readers. You can help your fellow readers with valuable information. Keep visiting our site for more updated information in pharmaceutical sector.

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector – General Paper 150 Old Q & A

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector - General Paper 150 Old Q & A

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector support for our readers especially Part 1 of the test.  General Paper previous solved paper with 150 important questions are given.  150 Old Q & A with Telugu explanation and also fully solved are presented for the preparation.

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector - General Paper 150 Old Q & A

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector Part 1 support

1.Who holds the post of Director, Gateway for Accelerated
Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN) initiative USA?
Rita Baranwal
1.గేట్ వేఫర్ ఆక్సలరేటెడ్ ఇన్నొవేషన్ ఇన్ న్యూక్లియర్ (GAIN) ఇనిషియేటివ్
యు.ఎస్.ఏ. క్ు నిరేేశక్ులెవరు?
రీతా బరన్ాాల్
2.Sunderban in Hooghly delta is known forMangroves
2. హూ గీిలోని స ుందర్ బన్ దీనిక్లప్రసిదధిచ ుందధన్దధ?
మామిడితోటలు (English version is correct)
3.In which district of Andhra Pradesh, ISRO Satish Dhawan
Space Centre is located ?
Nellore
3. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ లోని ఏ జిలాి లో ఐ ఎస్ ఆర్ ఓ సతీష్ ధ్వన్ సపేస్ స ుంటర్ ఉుందధ?
న్ెలలి రు
4.ICT stands for:
Information and communication technology
4. ఐ సిటిఅుంటేఏమిటి?
ఇన్ఫరేేషన్ అుండ్ క్మయూనిక్ేషన్ టెక్నొలజీ
5..Which is the state animal declared by Andhra Pradesh
Government four years after bifurcation of undivided Andhra
Pradesh in 2014?
Black-buck
5. విభజన్ అయన్ న్ాలుగేళ్ళ తరనాత ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం 2014 లో తమ రనష్ ర
జుంతువుగన దేనిొ ప్రక్టిుంచుందధ?
క్ృషణజిుంక్
6.Which of the following is not a water borne disease?
Dengue
6. క్లుందధవనటిలో ఏదధనీటివలివచేే జబుు క్నద ?
డ ుంగు
7. Who among the following is considered as the ‘father of artificial
intelligence’?
John McCarthy
7. క్లుందధవనరిలో ఎవరు “ క్ృత్రరమ జఞా న్ానిక్లతుండిర” గన పిలవబడుతున్ాొరు?
జఞన్ మెక్ క్నథీ
8.Which of the following is the highest peak of Satpura Range?
Dhupgarh
8. సనతపేరన ప్రాతాలలో క్లుందధవనటిలో ఎత తైన్దధఏదధ?
ధ్యప్ ఘడ్
9.The Andman And Nicobar Islands, are the submerged parts of
mountain range are called:
Arakanyoma
9. అుండమాన్, నిక్ోబార్ దీవులు, మునిగిపో యన్ ఏ ప్రాతప్ు ప్రిధధలోవి?
అరక్న్ యోమా
10.Garo hills are a part of which among the following states of
India?
Meghalaya
10.గనరొ క్ ుండల సమీప్ుంలో భారతదేశుంలోని ఏ రనష్ రముుందధ?
మేఘాలయ
11.In terms of area, Andhra Pradesh is the. ……..largest state of
India.
8
th
11. సథల విసతై రణతలో ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ దధఎన్నొ సనథ న్ుం?
8వ
12.On which river was Pulichintala project constructed?
River Krishna
12. ప్ులిచుంతల పోర జెక్్ఏన్దధమీద నిరిేుంచబడిుందధ?
క్ృష్నణ న్దధ
13.How many OIL refineries are there in Andhra Pradesh?
2
13. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ లో ఎనిొ OIL రిఫ ైన్రీలు ఉన్ాొయ?
2
14.When do we celebrate the International day for Eradication of
Poverty?
17 October 14. పపదరిక్ నిరమేలన్ దధన్ానిొ మన్ుం ఏ రోజు జరుప్ుక్ ుంటున్ాొుం?
17 అక్ో్ బరు

 

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector General Awareness 

15.Nuclear explosive devices were tested in India at-
Pokhran
15. న్యూక్లియర్ పపలుడు దరవనూలు భారతదేశుంలో ఎక్కడ ప్రీక్ిుంప్బడుతాయ?
పొ ఖరన్
16..What does PPTP stand for?
Point to point tunneling protocol
16. పిపిటిపిఅుంటేఏమిటి?
పనయుంట్ టు పనయుంట్ టన్ొలిుంగ్ పోర టోక్నల్
17. How many years of work experience in high court is required
to become the Chief Justice of Supreme Court?
10 years

17. ఉన్ొతన్ాూయసనథ న్ుంలో ఎనిొ సుంవతసరనల అన్ భవుం ఉుంటే అతుూన్ొత
న్ాూయసనథ న్ానిక్లప్రథాన్ న్ాూయమయరిైక్నవచ ే?
10సుంవతసరనలు
18.When did Vasco da Gama discover the sea route from Europe
to India?
1498
18. వనసో కడిగనమా యయరోప్ న్ ుంచ ఇుండియాక్ు సముదరమారనా నిొ ఎప్ుేడు
క్న్ గొన్ాొడు?
1498
19.In 1953 under whose chairmanship was the first OBC
commission formed?
Kaka Kalelkar
19. 1953 లో ఓ బి సిక్మీషన్ మొదట ఎవరిన్ేతృతాుంలో పనర రుంభమె ుందధ?
క్నక్న క్నలేలకర్
20.Which country’s airline introduced world’s first single use
plastic free passenger flight?
Portugal
20. ఏ దేశ విమాన్యాన్ుంలో ఒక్సనరివనడిపనరేసపపని సి్క్ న్ క్లడా తొలగిుంచ
పని సి్క్ లేని ప్రయాణీక్ుల విమాన్ుంగన చేసిుందధ?
పో రుేగల్
21.Which Act divided legislative powers between the Centre and
Provinces ?
The Government of India Act 1935
21. క్ేుందార నిక్ల, రనష్న్ ర లక్ు ఉన్ొ శనసన్ాధధక్నరననిొఏ ఆక్్ విభజిస ై ుందధ?
భారతదేశప్రభుతా ఆక్్1935
22.India’s golden triangle is a tourist circuit which does not
connect the city of
Lucknow
22. భారతదేశ “బుంగనరు త్రరక్ోణుం’ ప్రనూటక్ క్ేుందరుం ఏ న్గరుంతో సుంబుంధ్ుం లేనిదధ?
లక్ోొ
23.What is the main objective of Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana?
Welfare of tribals
23. వన్బుంధ్ క్లాూణ్ యోజన్ ప్రథాన్ లక్ష్ూుం ఏుంటి?
గిరిజన్ ల సుంరక్ష్ణ
24.How many Assembly Constituencies are there in Andhra
Pradesh?
175
24. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ లో ఎనిొ అస ుంబ్లినియోజక్ వరనా లున్ాొయ?
175
25.The economy of Andhra Pradesh is basically an economy of
Agriculture Sector
25. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ఆరిథక్ప్రుంగన ప్రథాన్ుంగన దేని మీడ ఆధారప్డడదధ?
వూవసనయ రుంగుం
26.Remote sensing includes gathering of
Images
26. రిమోట్ స నిసుంగ్ అన్ేదధవీటిసమయహానిొ క్లిగిఉుంటుుందధ:
చతార లు
27.Which Article is related with “Abolition of Untouchability”?
Article 17
27. “అసేృసూత నిరమేలన్” అన్ొదధఏ ఆరి్క్ల్ క్ు సుంబుంధధుంచన్దధ?
ఆరి్క్ల్ 17
28. The platform that has been set up by the Ministry of Women
and Child Development, Government of India under
RashtriyaMahilaKosh (RMK) is:
Mahila e-haat
28. భారతదేశసైత

శిశు సుంక్ేమ ముంత్రరతాశనఖ, రనషత్ రయ మహిళ్ క్ోశ్ (ఆర్ ఎమ్ క్ె)
పపరిట ఏరనేటు చేసిన్ వేదధక్:
మహిళ్ ఇ-హాత్
29. Which flagship scheme of the state of Telangana provides
financial assistance to BPL families to meet the catastrophic health
needs?
Aarogyasri
29. త లుంగనణా లోని ఏ ప్రథాన్ ప్థక్ుం అక్కడి, బి పిఎల్ క్ుటుుంబాలక్ు
విప్తుై లో ఆరోగనూవసరనలక్ు ఉప్యోగప్డుతోుందధ?
ఆరోగూశ్రీ
30.Who is the chairman of NDMA (National Disaster Management
Authority)?
The Prime Minister of India
30. ఎన్ డిఎమ్ ఏ ( న్ేషన్ల్ డిసనస్ర్ మేన్ేజ్ మెుంట్ అథారిటి)చ ైరేన్ ఎవరు?
ప్రథాన్ముంత్రర
31. The unique public private partnership program, by Andhra
Pradesh Government which gives citizens an opportunity to
interact with the government without coming to any government
office is
Prajavani(AP)
31. ఏ ప్రభుతాక్నరనూలయానిక్ీవెళ్ళక్ుుండా ప్రభుతాుంతో సుంక్రషణక్ు, ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్
ప్రభుతాుం తన్ప్రజలక్ు, ఒక్ ప్రతేూక్ ప్బిి క్, ప ైవ

టే ు రుంగనలు క్లిసిన్, అవక్నశుం
క్లిేుంచుందధ. అదధ….
ప్రజఞవనణి(ఆుం.ప్ర.)
32.The book “Runs’n Ruins” is written by:
Sunil Gavaskar
32. “రన్స అుండ్ రమయన్స” ప్ుసై క్ రచయత…
స నీల్ గవసకర్
33. Which among the following is not the major bathing date during
the Kumbh?
None of the above
33. క్లుందధవనటిలో ఏదధక్ుుంభమేళ్ క్నలుంలో సనొన్ానిక్లముఖూుం క్నద ?
ప ైవేవీ క్నవు
34.When did the Nizam Government lift the ban on Hyderabad
state congress?
1946
34. హ ైదరనబాద క్నుంగీస్ మీద నిజఞుం ప్రభుతాుం ఎప్పు డు నిషపధానిొ ఎత్రైవేసిన్దధ..
1946
35.The total number of “Fundamental Duties” mentioned in the
constitution is:
11
35. “ రనజఞూుంగుంలో పపరొకన్ొ మొత్ంత మౌతిక విధ్ లు :
11
36.Respect for the National Flag and National Anthem is:
Fundamental duty of every citizen
36. దేశ్రయ జెుండాక్ు, గీతానిక్లగౌరవుం ఇవాటుం :
ప్రత్ర పౌరుడిపనర థమిక్ విధధ
37.The National Judicial Appointments Commission has been
declared unconstitutional by:
The Supreme Court of India
37. దేశ్రయ న్ాూయ అపనయుంటెేుంటిక్మీషన్ రనజఞూుంగబదిమె ుందధక్నదని
నిరని రిుంచుందధ:
అతుూన్ొత న్ాూయసనథ న్ుం
38.Which of the following countries is represented by AU as its
domain name?
Australia
38. క్లుందధదేశనలలో ఏదధఏ యు అన్ేడొమె న్ పపరుతో పిలవబడుతోుందధ?
ఆసప్ రలియా
.39. What is the full form of USB as used in computer related
activities?
Universal Serial Bus
39. క్ుంప్యూటర్ ప్రిభాషలో యు ఎస్ బియొక్క వివరణ ఏుంటి?
యయనివరసల్ సతరియల్ బస్
40.Which among the following is not a tribe of Andhra Pradesh?
Asur
40. క్లుందధవనరిలో ఎవరు ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ గిరిజన్ లు క్నరు?
అస ర్
41.Which type of soil dominates Andhra Pradesh?
Red soil
41. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ లో ఏ విధ్మె న్ మటి్అధధక్ుం?
ఎఱ్ఱమటి్
42.Which country has won eight Women’s Hockey World Cup
Titles?
Netherlands
42. ఏ దేశుం ఎనిమిదవ సైతల

హాక్ీవర్ల్్ధక్ప్ుేన్ గెలుచ క్ ుంది?
న్ెదర్ లాుండ్స
43.Siddaganga Matt is situated in:
Karnataka
43. సిదిగుంగ మఠుం ఎక్కడ ఉుండి?
క్రనణటక్
44.Pravasi Bharatiya Sammelan of the year 2019 was held at:
Varanasi
44.2019 లో ప్రవనసతభారతీయ సమేేళ్న్ ఎక్కడ నిరాహిుంచబడిుందధ?
వనరణాసి
45.Which of the following cricketer was awarded man of the series
in Australia vs India ODI concluded in Jan 2019?
M.S.Dhoni
45. భారత- ఆసప్ రలియా ఓ డిఐ జనవరి 2019లో క్లుందధక్లీక్ెటు్ వీరులోి మాన్ ఆఫ్
దధ సిరీస్ గన ఎవరు నిలిచారు?
ఎమ్.ఎస్. ధోనీ
46. As per 2011 Census, the literacy rate of India in percentage
was:
74.04%
46. 2011 జన్ాభా లెక్కల ప్రక్నరుం, భారతదేశ అక్ష్రనసూతాశనతుం ఎుంత?
74.04%
47. National Income in India is computed by the
CSO
47. భారతదేశ్ ఆదాయుం క్ుంప్యూట్ చేయబడుతోుందధ
సిఎస్ ఓ
48. Reserve Bank Staff College is situated at:
Chennai
48. రిసర్ా బాూుంక్ సన్ ఫ్ క్నలేజీ ఎక్కడ ఉుందధ?
చ న్ెైొ
49. “Dunkel Draft” is concerned with:

Trade
49. “డుంక్ల్ డార ఫ్ట్” అన్ేదధదేనిక్లసుంబుంధీమిేన్దధ?
వనూపనరుం
50. Which of the following is not a member of ASEAN?
India
50.క్లుందధదేశనలలో ఏ ఎస్ ఇ ఏ ఎన్ సభుూలు క్ననిదేదధ?
ఇుండియా
51. World Population Day is celebrated on:
11th July
51. ప్రప్ుంచ జన్ాభా దధన్నతసవుం ఏ రోజున్ జరుగుతుుందధ?
11జూలెై
52. The chairman of the 14th Finance Commission was:
Y. V. Reddy

52. 14 ఫ ైన్ాన్స క్మీషన్ యొక్క చ ైరెేన్ ఎవరు?
వెై.వి రెడిడ
53. “Kalpasutra” is a text related to:
Jainism

53. “క్లేసయతర” అన్ేగీుంథుం దేనిక్లసుంబుంధధుంచుందధ?
జెైన్ుం
54. Andhra Pradesh came into existence in :
1956
54. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ అవతరణ జరిగంది
1956
55. Under the 31st Constitutional Amendment Act the number of
parliamentary seats were
Increased to :
545
55. 31వ రనజఞూుంగ సవరణ ఆక్్పనరిిమెుంట్ మెుంబరిసతటుి ఎనిొగన ప ుంచబడాడ య?
545
56. Which of the following is a non metal that remains liquid at
room temperature?
Bromine
56. క్లుందధవనటిలో లోహుం క్ననిదధగదధవనతావరణుంలో దరవరమప్ుంలో ఉుండేదధఏదధ?
బరర మె న్
57. Which of the following social reformers mainly advocated for
widow remarriage?

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
57. విధ్వన వివనహానిొ అధధక్ుంగన పోర తసహిుంచన్ సుంఘ సుంసకరణ వనదధఎవరు?
ఈశార చుందరవిదాూసనగర్
58. The only session of Indian National Congress which was
presided by Mahatma Gandhi was held at:

Belgaum
58. మహాతాేగనుంధీగనరు ప రసిడ ుంటుగనవూవహరిుంచన్ ఏక్ెైక్ ఇుండియన్ న్ేషన్ల్
క్నుంగెీస్ ఎక్కడ జరిగిుందధ?
బెలగనుం
59. Who among the following was the leader of Mahagujrat
Movement?
Indulal Yagnik
59. మహాగుజరనత్ ఉదూమానిక్లన్ాయక్ుడ వరు?
ఇుంద లాల్ యాజిాక్
60. If wall is called window, window is called door, door is called
floor, floor is called roof and roof is called ventilator, what will a
person stand on?

Roof
60. గోడ క్లటిక్ీఅని పిలవబడితే, క్లటిక్ీ తలుప్ు అని పిలవబడితే, తలుప్ు న్ేల
అనిపిలవబడితే, న్ేల క్ప్ుే అని పిలవబడితే, క్ప్ుే వెుంటిలేటర్ అనిపిలవబడితే,
మనిషిఏమని పిలవబడతాడు?
క్ప్ుే (English version is correct)
61. Rearrange the letters given below to form a meaningful word
and select from the given alternatives the word which is almost
opposite in meaning to the word so formed:
RBANOEHCER

Liking
61. క్లుంద ఇవాబడిన్ ఆుంగని క్ష్రనలన్ ఒక్ అరథవుంతమె న్ ప్దుంగన అమరిే క్లుంద
ఇచేన్ ప్దాలలో దానిక్ల వూత్రరేక్ ప్దానిొ గురిైుంచుండి
RBANOEHCER
Liking
62. If the letters in PRABHA are coded as 275965 and TILAK are
coded as 38451, how will BHARATI be coded?

9657538
62. క్లుందధఆుంగని క్ష్రనలక్ు సబుంధధుంచన్ గురుై లుగన ఆయా అుంక్ెలన్ తీస క్ ని
చవరిప్దానిొ త లియచేయుండి?
PRABHA=275965
TILAK= 38451
BHARATI =?
9657538
63. Find the missing number in the series:
4, 7, 13, 25, ?
49
63. లేని సుంఖూన్ క్న్ గొన్ుండి:
4, 7, 13, 25, ?
49
64. Match the following:
a) 4 i) 343
b) 7 ii) 729
c) 8 iii) 64
d) 9 iv) 512
a-iii, b-i, c-iv, d-ii
64. క్లుందధవనటిని జతప్రచుండి:
a) 4 i) 343
b) 7 ii) 729
c) 8 iii) 64
d) 9 iv) 512
a-iii, b-i, c-iv, d-ii

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector Previous Solved Paper

65. In a row of forty children P is thirteenth from the left end and Q
is the ninth from the right end. How many children are there
between P and R if R is fourth to the left of Q?
14
65. 40 ముందధపిలి లున్ొ వరసలో ఎడమన్ ుంచ P13 వదధ, Q క్ుడిన్ ుంచ 9వదధ.
R,Qక్ు ఎడమన్ ుంచ 4వదధఅయతే P ,R ల మధ్ూ ఎుంత ముందధఉన్ాొరు?
14
66. P is the brother of Q and R. S is R’s mother. T is P’s father.
Which of the following statements cannot be definitely true?
Q is T’s son
66. Q, R లక్ుP సో దరుడు. .S, R క్ు తలిి.T, P క్లతుండిర. క్లుందధవనటిలోి ఏ
సమాధాన్ుం నిజుంక్నద ?
Q, T క్ు క్ డుక్ు
67. The Residual Andhra Pradesh will have a substantial resource
gap to finance its expenditure
due to

Section 46(1) of the Act
67. అవశేష ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ తన్ ఖరుేలమీద గణనీయమె న్ వన్రుల ఖాళీలన్ ఏ
చట్ుం వలిఎద రొకుంటుుందధ?
స క్ష్న్ 46(1) ఆఫ్ దధఆక్్
68. The Provisions of AP Reorganization Act Provides
apportionment of liabilities on the basis Of
Population Ratio
68. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్ున్రిొరనేణ చట్ుంలో నియామక్నల బాధ్ూతలక్ు ఆధారమయేూదధ
ఏదధ?
జన్ాభా నిష్ుతి త
69. . In AP Reorganisation Act, the right to recover arrears of the
tax or duty on property to the successor state is as per the
Section 50 of the Act
69. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్ున్రిొరనేణ చట్ుంలో విడివడిన్ ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్, త లుంగనణాలు
ప్న్ ొల వసయలు, ఆస ై లప ైప్న్ ొలు ఏ చటా్ ల ఆధారుంగన చేయాలి?
స క్ష్న్ 50 ఆఫ్ దధఆక్్
70. The newly formed Andhra Pradesh has to depend mainly on
resources like

Off shore resources
70. న్యతన్ ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రధాన్ుంగన ఈ వన్రులప ైఆధారప్డవలసిఉుందధ….
తీర వన్రులు
71. Hyderabad being a Common capital for both the States, its
revenues shall be
Given to Telangana

71. హ ైదరనబాద రెుండు రనష్న్ ర లక్ు ఉమేడిరనజధాని క్న్ క్, ఆదాయానిొ
పొ ుందవలసిుందధ
త లుంగనణ

72. Under which section of the A P Re organization Act, did the
Central government provides Special financial support for the
creation of essential facilities.

Deleted
72. క్ేుందరప్రభుతాుం ఆుం.ప్ర. క్ు చ ుందధన్ విభజన్ చటా్ లలో దేని ఆధారుంగన
ముఖూమె న్ సౌక్రనూలు క్లిేుంచ క్ న్ేుంద క్ు ఆరిథక్ సహాయానిొ అుందధస ై ుందధ.

Deleted
73. New projects on water resources of Godavari or Krishna will be
initiated only after obtaining sanction from the
Apex Council
73. గోదావరిన్దధక్ృష్నణ న్దధల ప ైనీటివన్రులక్ు క్ తైపోర జెక్ు్ ల క్ోసుం అన్ మత్ర
అప క్స క్ౌనిసల్
74. Fathom is the unit of
Depth
74. ఫనతమ్ దీని క్లసుంబుంధధుంచన్ యయనిటుి……
లోతు
75. In an election between two candidates, one got 55% of the
total valid votes, 20% of the votes were invalid. If the total number
of votes was 7500, the number of valid votes that the other
candidate got, was:
2700
75. ఒక్ ఇదేరిమధ్ూ ఎలక్ష్న్ జరిగిుందధ. ఒక్ వూక్లైక్ల55% వనలీడ్ ఓటుి ప్డాడ య,
20% ఇన్ వనలీడ్ ఓటుి ప్డాడ య. మొతైుం వనలీడ్ ఓటిసుంఖూ 7500 అయతే, ఆ
రెుండవ వూక్లైక్లప్డడవనలీడ్ ఓటుి ఎనిొ?
2700
PART-B
76. Which Constitutional Article supported the establishment of
Panchayat Raj System?
Article 40
76. ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ వూవసథన్ ఏరనేటు చేయుటక్ు మదేతునిచేన్ రనజూుంగ అధధక్రణ
ఏదధ?
ఆరి్క్ల్ 40
77. Define Democratic Governance?
Participation of Public in Power
77. ప్రజఞసనామిక్ ప్రిపనలన్ అుంటే……
అధధక్నరుంలో ప్రజలు పనలుప్ుంచ క్ోవడుం
78. The main objective behind establishment of Panchayat Raj
Institutions is
Social Justice, Economic Empowerment
78.ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ సుంసథల ఏరనేటు వెన్ క్ ఉన్ొ ముఖూ ఉదేేశూుం ఏమిటి?
సనమాజిక్ న్ాూయుం, ఆరిిక్ సనధధక్నరత
79. Which Committee recommended Constitutional Status to the
Panchayats?
L. M. Singhvi Committee
79 .ప్ుంచాయతీలక్ు రనజఞూుంగ హో దాక్ు సిఫనరస చేసిన్ క్మిటీఏదధ?
ఎల్. ఎుం. సిుంఘ్వా క్మిటీ
80. Which was not a reason for the decline of Panchayat Raj Institutions
between 1960 -70?
Absence of the literates in the villages
80. 70 – 1960 .దశక్నల మధ్ూ ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ సుంసథల క్ీణతక్ు క్నరణుం క్ననిదేదధ?
గనీమాలలో అక్ష్రనస ూలు లేక్పో వడుం
81. The major change that occurred in the Panchayat Raj System after
73rd constitutional amendment is/was
Uniform system
81. 73 .వ రనజఞూుంగ సవరణ దేశ ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ వూవసథలో ప్రముఖుంగన తీస క్ు వచేన్
మారుే ఏదధ?
ఏక్రమప్ వూవసథ
82. What is the main objective of the PESA Act?
All the above
82. ప సన చట్ుంయొక్క ముఖూ ఉదేేశూుం ఏమిటి?
ప ైవనీొ
83. Which committee recommended for the representation of SC/ ST and
Women in Standing Committees?
JalagamVengala Rao Committee
83. ఎస్.సి/ఎస్.టిమరియు మహిళ్లక్ు క్ో-ఆప్షన్ దాారన సన్ ుండిుంగ్ క్మిటీలలో పనర త్రనిధ్ూుం
క్లిేుంచ టక్ు సిఫనరస చేసిన్ క్మిటీఏదధ?
జలగుం వెుంగళ్రనవు క్మిటీ
84. Which round of the elections are going to be held for Panchayat Raj
Institutions in AP?
5
th Round
84 .ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ లో ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ సుంసథలక్ు ప్రస ై తుం ఎన్నొ విడత ఎనిొక్లు
జరగవలసియుుందధ?
5వ విడత
85. What is the weightage given to the autonomy of the Panchayat Raj
Institutions in the Devolution Index?
15%
85 .విక్ేుందీరక్రణ క్ రక్ు అభివృదధిచేయబడిన్ సయచీ న్ుందలి పనరనమితులలో ప్ుంచాయతీ
రనజ్ సుంసథల సాయుం ప్రత్రప్త్రై క్లఇచేే వెయటేజీ ఎుంత?
15%
86. Who has the power to ban sewerage flow on to the public roads and
to improve the sanitary conditions in any area of the village?
Gram Panchayat
86 .ప్బిి క్ రోడిప ైక్లమురిక్లనీరు ప్రవహిుంచక్ుుండా నిషపధ్ుం విధధుంచ టక్ు, గనీమములోని ఏ
పనర ుంతుంలో అయన్ా పనరిశుది యుం మెరుగు ప్రిచేఅధధక్నరుం ఎవరిక్ీక్లద ?
గనీమప్ుంచాయతీ
87. Who will administer the cremation or burial of destitute human
beings and animals in the village?
Gram Panchayat
87 .అన్ాధ్ మాన్వ మరియు జుంతు మృత క్ళేబరనలక్ు దహన్ లేదా ఖన్న్ సుంసనకరనలు
నిరాహిుంచవలసిన్దధఎవరు?
గనీమప్ుంచాయతీ
88. Who has the power to scrutinize the records of the Gram
Panchayat?
Extension Officer (Panchayat Raj & Rural Development)
88 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ రిక్నరుడ లన్ ప్రిశ్రలిుంచ అధధక్నరుం క్లవనరు ఎవరు?
విసై రణ అధధక్నరి(ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ & గనీమీణాభివృది)ధ
89. Who plays a vital role in establishing the Joint Action Committees
to look after the works taken up with the funds of Gram Panchayat/
Mandal Parishad or Zilla Parishad and resolve the disputes that arise
between two or more panchayats?
Mandal Parishad President
89 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ / ముండల ప్రిషతుై లేదా జిలాి ప్రిషతుై నిధ్ లతో నిరనేణాలు
చేప్టు్ టక్ు, రెుండు గనీమాలు లేదా ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ సుంసథల మధ్ూ వచేే వివనదాల
ప్రిష్నకరననిక్ల ఉమేడి క్నరనూచరణ క్మిటీలన్ ఏరనేటు చేయడుంలో క్ీలక్ పనతర
వహిుంచేదధఎవరు?
ముండల ప్రిషత్ ప రసిడ ుంట్
90. Can the Gram Sabha members request for organizing a Gram
Sabha? If so, how many of them should submit in writing to the
Sarpanch?
Yes, 10% of the Gram Sabha Members or 50 Members
90 .గనీమ సభన్ ఏరనేటు చేయమని గనీమ సభ సభుూలు క్ోరవచాే? అయతేఎుంత
ముందధవనర తప్యరాక్ుంగన సరేుంచ్ న్ అభూరిిుంచవలసిఉుంటుుందధ?
క్ోరవచ ే,గనీమ సభ సభుూలలో 10% లేదా 50 మంది
91. What are the Committees that the Gram Panchayats have to
formulate to improve the transparency and accountability in the
administration and also participation of public in village development?
Both Functional Committees and Beneficiary Committee
91 .ప్రిపనలన్లో పనరదరశక్తన్ ,జవనబుదారీ తన్ానిొ ప ుంపొ ుందధుంచడానిక్ల ,
గనీమాభివృదిలధ ో ప్రజలన్ భాగసనాములన్ చేయటానిక్ల గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ఏరనేటు
చేయవలసిన్ క్మిటీలు ఏవి?
క్నరనూచరణ క్మిటీలు & లబిిదారుల క్మిటీలు
92. The 10% land inherited by lay-outs, Parks etc., are the properties
to be protected by the Gram Panchayat as it is an important one
among the responsibilities of the Gram Panchayat falling under which
Category?
Category – A
92 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ నిరాహిుంచవలసిన్ విధ్ లలో ముఖూమె న్దధ అయన్ గనీమ
ప్ుంచాయతీ ఆస ై ల ప్రిరక్ష్ణలో భాగుంగన సుంరక్ిుంచవలసిన్ లే అవుటి దాారన
సుంక్ీమిుంచన్ %10 భయమి ,పనరుకలు వగెైరన ఏ క్ేటగిరీక్లీుందక్ు వసనై య?
క్ేటగిరీ– ఎ
93. Who will supervise the “Gram Panchayat Properties Protection
Wing Committees” established in the Districts at Commissionerate
level?
Both Additional Commissioner and Vigilance, Encroachment
Wing
93 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ఆస ై ల ప్రిరక్ష్ణక్ు జిలాి సనథ యలో ఏరనేటు చేయబడిన్“ గనీమ
ప్ుంచాయతీ ఆస ై ల ప్రిరక్ష్ణ విభాగుం ”క్మిటీలన్ క్మీషన్రేట్ సనథ యలో ఎవరు
ప్రూవేక్ిుంచాలి?
అదన్ప్ు క్మీషన్ర్ & విజిలెన్స ఎుంక్ోీ చ ేుంట్ విభాగుం
94 .Which Constitutional Article supports the establishment of District
Planning Committees?
Article 243ZD
94 .జిలాి ప్రణాళిక్న క్మిటీల ఏరనేటున్ సమరిిస ై న్ొ రనజఞూుంగ అధధక్రణ ఏదధ?
అధధక్రణ జెడ్ 243డి
95. What is the distance to be maintained in between the Cattle shed
and the main building of residential premises and the distance
between the water sources and the Community Toilets in the
Village respectively?
10 Mts, 250 Mts
95. సనధారణుంగన గనీమాలలో గృహ ఆవరణలో ప్శువుల ప ుంప్క్ుం క్ోసుం నిరిేుంచేష డుి
ప్రధాన్ భవన్ానిక్లఎుంత దయరుంలో ఉుండాలి? అదేవిధ్ుంగన సనమయహిక్ మరుగుదొడి న్
నీటివన్రులక్ు ఎుంత దయరుంలో నిరిేుంచాలి?
10 మీటరుి, 250 మీటరుి
96. Who is responsible to inform the births which happened at
hospital, nursing home, jail, choultry, rest house etc., and the dead
corpse or the babies thrown into open places to the Gram
Panchayat?
Concerned Officer/ In-Charge/ The first seen
96. ఆస ప్తుర లు, న్రిసుంగ్ హో ములు, జెైళ్ళళ, సతరుం, చావడి మొదలెైన్ ఇతర
సుంసథలలో సుంభవిుంచన్ జన్న్ాలన్ , బహిరుంగ ప్రదేశనలలో పనరవేయబడిన్ శిశువులు
లేదా మృతదేహాల వివరనలన్ గనీమప్ుంచాయతీక్లఎవరు త లియ ప్రచాలి?
సుంభుందధత అధధక్నరి/ ఇన్-ఛారిి/ ముుంద గన చయసిన్ వూక్ీై
97. What is the amount of population for which one tube well could be
established according to the Water, Land and Trees (WALTA) Act,
2004?
250 population
97. నీరు, భయమి మరియు వృక్ష్ముల (వనలా్) చట్ుం, 2004 ప్రక్నరుం ఒక్ గనీమ/
ఆవనసుంలో ముంచ నీటిసరఫరన నిమితైుం ఎుంత ముందధక్లఒక్ గొట్ప్ు బావిని ఏరనేటు
చేయవచ ే?
250 ముందధక్ల
98. Which act empowers the local bodies to collect the arrears of
taxes and non-taxes that are due?
Andhra Pradesh Revenue Recovery Act, 1864
98 .సనథ నిక్ సుంసథలక్ు బక్నయప్డిన్ ప్న్ ొలు, ప్న్ేొతరములు మొదలెైన్ వనటిని
వసయలు చేయుటక్ు అధధక్నరననిొచేే చట్ుం ఏదధ?
ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ రెవెన్యూ రిక్వరీచట్ుం, 1864
99. What is the report prepared by NITI Aayog which is mandated to
oversee the progress of the nation along with the Sustainable
Development Goals Agenda 2030?
SDG India Index 2018
99.స సిథర అభివృదధిలక్యూల అజెుండా 2030 మరియు దేశ ప్రగత్రని గమనిుంచ టక్ు
ఇటీవల నీత్ర ఆయోగ్ తయారు చేసిన్ నివేదధక్ ఏదధ?
స సిథర అభివృదధిలక్యూలు భారతదేశ సయచీ 2018
100. The scheme Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme
(ARWSP) designed in the year 1972-73 to provide drinking water
facility in the villages is now transformed into….
National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP)
100 .గనీమాలలో తార గు నీటి సౌక్రనూనిొ క్లిేుంచటానిక్ల 73-1972 సుంవతసరుంలో
రమపొ ుందధుంచబడిన్ యాక్సలెరేటెడ్ రమరల్ వనటర్ సప లి పో
రగనీుం) ARWSP (
క్నలాన్ గుణుంగన మారుేలు చ ుందధప్రస ై తుం ఏ పపరుతో అమలు చేయబడుతోుందధ?
జఞతీయ గనీమీణ తార గు నీటిప్ధ్క్ుం

Pharmacist RRB Drug Inspector Old Question Paper

101. What is the extent of land and the number of installments
through which the farmers are able to get Rs.6000/- per annum
under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi yojana?
2 Hectares, 3 Instalments
101. ప్రధాన్ ముంత్రరక్లసనన్ సమాేన్ నిధధ క్లీుంద ఎుంత భయమి క్లిగిన్ రెైతులక్ు
సుంవతసరననిక్లరు. 6000/-లన్ ఎనిొ విడతలుగన ఇసనై రు?
2 హ క్న్ రుి, 3 విడతలు
102. Under PPP, in which area is the Andhra Pradesh Government
going to establish “Andhra Pradesh Fisheries and Ocean
University”?
Bhimavaram, West Godavari District
102.ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం ప్బిి క్ ప ైవ

ట్ే భాగసనామూ విధాన్ుంలో ఏరనేటు
చేయాలన్ క్ున్ొ “అుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ మతసయ మరియు సముదరవిశావిదాూలయానిొ ఎక్కడ
ఏరనేటు చేయబర తున్ాొరు?
భీమవరుం, ప్శిేమ గోదావరిజిలాి
103. What is the capacity of Solar power, that Andhra Pradesh is
going to produce in 5 years according to the “Solar Power Policy –
2018”?
5000 MW
103. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ సౌర శక్లైవిధాన్ుం 2018 దాారన వచేే 5 సుంవతసరనలలో ఉతేత్రై
చేయదలచ క్ున్ొ సౌర శక్లైఎుంత?
5000 మెగనవనటుి
104. What are the schemes that are being converged with the
scheme NTR Grameen GruhaNirman, implemented by Andhra
Pradesh Government and what is the Unit value?
PMAY (G) & MGNREGS, Rs. 2.00 Lakhs
104. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం అమలు చేస ై న్ొ ఎనీ్ఆర్ గనీమీణ గృహ నిరనేణ ప్ధ్క్ుంతో
అన్ సుంధానిుంచబడిన్ ఇతర ప్ధ్క్నలు ఏవి మరియు యయనిట్ విలువ ఎుంత?
PMAY (G) &MGNREGS, రు. 2.00 లక్ష్లు
105. The ratio of funds, that are being allotted under MGNREGS for
construction of the Gram Panchayat Buildings and what is the unit
value in Tribal Areas?
90:10, Rs. 19.00 Lakhs
105 .మహాతాే గనుంధీజఞతీయ గనీమీణ ఉపనధధహామీ ప్ధ్క్ుం క్లీుంద గనీమప్ుంచాయతీ
క్నరనూలయాల నిరనేణానిక్లఅుందధస ై న్ొ నిధ్ ల నిషేత్రైఎుంత మరియు గిరిజన్
పనర ుంతాలలో యయనిట్ విలువ ఎుంత?
90:10, రు. 19.00 లక్ష్లు
106. The main objective of the second phase of Capital Infusion
through which the State Government is providing financial assistance
under “Pasupu – Kumkuma” programme to the SHG Women is ?
To strengthen their economic capacity
106. .రనష్ రప్రభుతాుం ప్స ప్ు క్ుుంక్ుమ క్లీుంద SHG మహిళ్క్ు అుందధస ై న్ొ రెుండవ
విడత క్ేపిటల్ ఇన్యఫయసన్ యొక్క ముఖూ ఉదేేశూుం ఏమిటి?
ఆరిిక్ సనమరని యలన్ బలోపపతుం చేయడుం
107. What is the System that leverages e-Governance tools to
establish institutional framework to achieve maximum governance
with minimum government along with ensuring performance
indicators system in real-time for effective and efficient public
delivery?
Real Time Governance
107 .ప్రజలక్ు క్నవలసిన్ సపవలన్ సమరివుంతుంగన వనసైవ సమయుంలో
అుందధుంచటానిక్ల ,క్నీస ప్రభుతాాలతో గరిషఠసనథ యలో ప్రిపనలన్ క్ న్సనగిుంచటానిక్ల
ఏరనేటు చేయబడిన్ ఈ గవరెొన్స టూలుసన్ ప్రభావితుం చేసపవూవసథఏదధ?
రియల్ టెైుం గవరెొన్స
108. Name the scheme that is meant to provide sanitary napkins to
Women both in Andhra Pradesh urban and rural areas for 50%
subsidy and free supply to the adolescent girl students studying in
Govt. run schools i.e. Government, Z.P., Municipal/KGBVs,Model
Schools and Aided Schools?
Raksha
108. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ గనీమీణ, ప్ట్ణ మహిళ్లక్ు 50% సబిసడీక్ల, ప్రభుతా పనఠశనలలు
అన్గన జిలాి ప్రిషత్, మునిసపనలిటీ/ క్స ై రను గనుంధీబాలిక్న విదాూలయాలు/ మోడల్
సయకళ్ళళ మరియు ఎయడ డ్ పనఠశనలలోి చద వుతున్ొ క్ౌమార బాలిక్లక్ు ఉచతుంగన
శననిటరీన్ేపికన్ిన్ ఉదేేశిుంచబడిన్ ప్ధ్క్ుం ఏదధ?
రక్ష్
109. Indian Government has launched an integrated support system
with a single emergency number to address different kinds of
emergencies for the citizens from 1st January, 2019, identify the
Help Line Number among the following?
112
109. ఆప్దలో ఉన్ొవనరిక్లఅనిొ అతూవసర సపవలన్ సతారమేఅుందధుంచేలా1 ,
జన్వరి2019 న్ ుంచ అమలులోనిక్లవచేన్ ఒక్ేఒక్ అతూవసర హ ల్ే లెైన్
న్ుంబర్ ఏదధ?
112
110. What is the target decided by India to bring down stunting in
children in the age group 0 – 6 under the Mission POSHAN Abhiyan?
Deleted
110. 2020సుంవతసరుం న్ాటిక్లపో షణ్ అభియాన్ క్లీుంద 6 – 0 సుంవతసరనల వయస
మధ్ూ ప రుగుదల లోప్ుం గల పిలిల విషయమె సనధధుంచాలన్ క్ున్ొ లక్ష్ూుం ఎుంత?
Deleted
111. In which Sector did Vizianagaram District of AP bagged 1st rank
in Aspirational Districts of NITI Aayog?
Agriculture & Water Sources
.
111. నీత్ర ఆయోగ్ చేప్టి్న్ అభిలషణీయ జిలాి ల క్నరూక్ీముంలో మొదటిసనథ న్ుంలో
నిలిచన్ విజయన్గరుం జిలాి ఏ రుంగుంలో అభివృదధిక్న్బరచుందధ?
వూవసనయుం మరియు నీటివన్రులు
112. Name the single umbrella programme formulated to bring the
change in the 5000 rural clusters and to achieve a Poverty Free India
by 2022?
Mission Antyodaya
112. 5000 గనీమీణ క్ిస్రిలో గనీమీణ పనర ుంతాల ప్రివరైన్క్ెైక్నరూక్ీమాలు చేప్ట్డుం
దాారన 2022 న్ాటిక్లపపదరిక్ రహిత భారతదేశననిొ సనధధుంచటానిక్లచేప్టి్న్ ఏక్ీక్ృత
విధాన్మేదధ?
మిషన్ అుంతోూదయ
113. Name the programme of Andhra Pradesh Government, meant to
reduce the poverty ratio of the state from 9.2% to 0% by 2029?
Pedarikam Pai Gelupu
113. ప్రస ై తుం %9.2 గన ఉన్ొ రనష్ రపపదరిక్ సనథ యని 2029 సుంవతసరుం న్ాటిక్ల %0
తీస క్ురనవటానిక్లఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం చేప్టి్న్ క్నరూక్ీముం ఏదధ?
పపదరిక్ుం ప ైగెలుప్ు
114. What is the rating given to the Gram Panchayats to align their
development and welfare agenda to the Sustainable Development
Goals (SDG) framework in Andhra Pradesh?
10 Star Rating
114. స సిథర అభివృదధిలక్యూల సనధ్న్లో భాగుంగన క్ీలక్మె న్ విభాగనలలో గనీమ
ప్ుంచాయతీలు సనధధుంచన్ ప్రగత్రక్లఇచేే రేటిుంగ్ ఏదధ?
10 సన్ ర్ రేటిుంగ్
115. The Vital part in preparation of Gram Panchayat Development
Plans is
Collection of Data and Situation Analysis
115. గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ అభివృదధిప్రణాళిక్ల తయారీలో క్ీలక్మె న్ అుంశుం ఏదధ?
సమాచార సమీక్రణ మరియు సిథత్రగతుల విశేిషణ
116. What are the budget allocations made by Andhra Pradesh
Government to the Agriculture Sector in the year 2018-19?
Rs.19,070 Crores.
.
116. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం వూవసనయ రుంగననిక్ల 2018-19 సుంవతసరుంలో చేసిన్
బడ ిట్ క్ేటాయుంప్ులు ఎుంత?
రు .19,070 క్ోటుి
117. The Extent and the Cost of Mega Seed Park that is going to
be established in the village Tangadencha Agriculture Farm in
Kurnool District to develop the State as a World Seed Bank are ?
650 Acres, Rs.670 Crores.
.
117. రనష్న్ ర నిొ ప్రప్ుంచ వితైన్ క్ేుందరుంగన తీరిేదధదేటానిక్లక్రమొలు జిలాి లోని తుంగడుంచ
గనీముంలో ఎనిొ ఎక్రనలలో, ఎుంత అుంచన్ాతో వూవసనయ వితైన్ క్ేతార నిొ ఏరనేటు
చేయన్ న్ాొరు?
650 ఎక్రనలు, రు .670 క్ోటుి
118. What are the Cards that have been issued to the tenant
farmers through the Dept. of Agriculture in AP to facilitate the
availability of institutional credit, crop insurance, farm implements
and input subsidy?
COC Cards
118. భారతదేశుంలోన్ేబాూుంక్ుల దాారన ప్ుంట ఋణాలు, ప్ుంటల భీమా, రనయతీ మీద
వూవసనయ ప్రిక్రనలు, ప టు్ బడి రనయతీ పొ ుందేసౌక్రూుం క్లిేుంచటానిక్ల ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్
ప్రభుతాుం క్ౌలు రెైతులక్ు జఞరీచేసిన్ క్నరుడ లు ఏవి?
COC క్నరుడ లు
119. which Andhra Pradesh Project was selected as one of the 10
Best Projects out of 120 global entries and won 3rd place in the
Global Award at Paris Peace Forum in November 2018.
Zero Budget Natural Farming
119 .న్వుంబర్2018 ,లో పనరిస్ లో జరిగిన్ పతస్ ఫో రుంలోప్రప్ుంచ వనూప్ైుంగన
న్మోద ైన్ 120ఎుంటీరలలో 10 ఉత్మత ఎుంటీరలలో3 వ సనథ న్ుంలో నిలిచ గెలిచిన గోి బల్
అవనరుడ దక్లకుంచ క్ున్ొ ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ పనర జెక్ు్ఏదధ?
జిరొ బడ్జట్ె న్యా చురల్ ఫారిమ ంగ్
120. The share of Service Sector in Andhra Pradesh Economy is?
43.5%
120 .ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ఆరిిక్ వూవసథలో సపవన రుంగుం వనటా ఎుంత?
43.5%
121. What is the primary objective of the Comprehensive Financial
Management System?
Single source of truth
121. సమగీఆరిిక్ నిరాహణ వూవసథయొక్క పనర ధ్మిక్ లక్ష్ూుం ఏమిటి?
వనసైవననిొ ప్రత్రబిుంబిుంచేఏక్ెైక్ వూవసథగన రమపొ ుందధుంచడుం
122. The net Public Debt in Budget Estimates 2019-20 of Andhra
Pradesh State is………?
Rs. 30,161.73 Crores.
122 .ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ రనష్ రప్రభుతాుం యొక్క 20-2019 సుంవతసరుం బడ ిటు్ లో అుంచన్ా
వేయబడిన్ ప్రజఞ ఋణుం ఎుంత?
రు. 30,161.73 క్ోటుి
123. What is the aim of Retail Trade Policy 2016 of formulated by the
Andhra Pradesh Government?
Development Retail Sector
123. ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం రమపొ ుందధుంచన్ రిటెైల్ వరైక్ విధాన్ుం 2016 యొక్క లక్ష్ూుం
ఏమిటి?
రిటెైల్ రుంగుం అభివృదధిక్ రక్ు
124. What is the target of providing additional employment
opportunities in the sector by 2020 in Retail Trade sector?
20,000
124 2020 .సుంవతసరుం న్ాటిక్ల రిటెైల్ వరైక్ రుంగుంలో ఎనిొ అదన్ప్ు ఉదో ూగనల
క్లేన్న్ ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుతాుం లక్ష్ూుంగన నిరేేశిుంచుందధ?
20,000
125. What is the subsidy provided to the Executing Agencies for
development of infrastructure under M-Parks Policy 2018 – 2023 ?
Both (1) and (2)
125 .యుం .పనర్క్ విధాన్ుం 23-2018 ప్రక్నరుం ఎక్లిక్లూటిుంగ్ ఏజనీసలక్ు మౌలిక్
సౌక్రనూల అభివృదధిక్లఇచేే సబిసడీఎుంత?
రండూ (1) మరియు (2)
126. What are the number of MSMEs, around which 200 parks are
targeted to be created under M-Parks Policy and the value of
Investment by 2023?
30,000 MSMEs, Rs. 45,000 Crores.
126 2023 .సుంవతసరుం న్ాటిక్లయుం .పనర్క్ విధాన్ుం ప్రక్నరుం 200 పనరుకలన్ ఎనిొ
MSMEల చ టూ్ ఏరనేటు చేయదలచ క్ున్ాొరు మరియు వనటి ప టు్ బడి విలువ
ఎుంత?
30,000 MSMEs, రు. 45,000 క్ోటుి
127. What is the cap on Incentives that will be provided to various
Textile, Apparel units under “The Textile, Apparel, and Garments
Policy 2018-2023”?
All of the Above
127 .ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ వసైీ
మరియు ద స ై ల విధాన్ుం 2023-2018 ప్రక్నరుం ఆయా వసైీ
మరియు ద స ై ల యయనిటి క్ు ఇచేే పోర తాసహక్నల ప్రిమిత్ర ఎుంత?
ప ైవనీొ
128. To continue the progress achieved in the Agriculture Sector in
the State, The Government has established Convergence
Committees under the chairmanship of……
District Collector
128. వూవసనయ అన్ బుంధ్ రుంగనలలో ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ రనష్ రుం సనధధుంచన్ గణనీయమె న్
అభివృదధిని క్ న్సనగిుంచటానిక్ల జిలాి సనథ యలో ఎవరి అధ్ూక్ష్తన్ క్న్ారెిన్స క్మిటీలు
ఏరనేటు చేయబడాడ య?
జిలాి క్లెక్్ర్
129. Define Community Based Organizations (CBOs)?
Organizations which extend social services locally
129 .సమాజ ఆధారిత సుంసథలు అన్గన ఏవి?
సనథ నిక్ుంగన సనమాజిక్ సపవలన్ అుందధుంచేసుంసథలు
130. A Scheme, which is a best example for Convergence is ?
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee
Scheme
130 .క్న్ారెిన్స లేదా ఏక్ీక్రణక్ు మారుపపరుగన నిలుస ై న్ొ ప్ధ్క్ుం ఏదధ?
మహాతాే గనుంధీజఞతీయ ఉపనధధహామీ ప్ధ్క్ుం
131. According to the National Policy for Women, 2016 (Draft)
Companies may be encouraged to reserve at least ………………. of
their CSR for gender related development projects.
10%
131. మహిళ్ల క్ రక్ు తయారు చేయబడిన్ చతుై జఞతీయ విధాన్ుం, 2016 న్ుంద
జెుండర్ సుంబుంధధత అభివృదధిపనర జెక్ు్ లక్ు క్నరోేరేట్ సో షల్ రెసనేనిసబిలిటీ క్లీుంద ఎుంత
శనతుం నిధ్ లన్ క్ేటాయుంచేుంద క్ు సిఫనరస చేసిుందధ?
10%
132. The gender focal points, gender desks, gender budgeting cells
set up in Ministries, State Government Departments, Panchayats and
Urban local bodies serve as a focal point for …….?
Advancing data collection on various issues affecting women
that require immediate attention and intervention.
132 .వివిధ్ ముంత్రరతా శనఖలు, రనష్ రప్రభుతా శనఖలు ,ప్ుంచాయతీలు, నగర, పల్లధ
(పనoతాలలో జండర్ల్ డ్జస్క్ లు,జండర్ల్ బడ్జట్టె ుసెలుధలు జండర్ల్ ఫోకల్ పాయంట్టధగా
దేనిి గురిస్తత తయ?
సైతల
ీన్ ప్రభావితుం చేసప మరియు సైతల

కు అవసరమె న్ వివిధ్ అుంశనలప ై
ప్ురోగమన్ రీత్రలో సమాచార సపక్రణ
133. What is the amount of Capital Investment distributed to the SHG
Women under DAY- NRLM Scheme till November 2018?
Rs. 5919.71 Crores.
133 .న్వుంబర్’ 2018 న్ాటిక్లదేశవనూప్ైుంగన ఉన్ొ SHGలక్ు DAY -NRLM ప్ధ్క్ుం
క్లీుంద అుందధుంచన్ మయలధ్న్ మదేతు మొతైుం ఎుంత?
రు. 5919.71 క్ోటుి
134. How many Women Farmers have been registered under
MahilaKisanSasaktikaran Pari yojana by November 2018?
Rs. 35.92 Lakhs
134 .మహిళా క్లసనన్ సశక్ీైక్రణ్ ప్రియోజన్ ప్ధ్క్ుం క్లీుంద న్వుంబర్ 2018 ’వరక్ు
న్మోద క్నబడిన్ మహిళా రెైతులు ఎుంత ముందధ?
రు. 35.92 లక్ష్లు
135. What is the loan amount distributed to the SHG Women through
“Stree Nidhi” during the year 2018-19?
Rs. 4313 Crores.
135. సైత
ీనిధధక్లీుంద 19-2018 సుంవతసరుంలో సాయుం సహాయక్ సుంఘాల మహిళ్లక్ు
ఇచేన్ఋణుం మొతైుం ఎుంత?
రు. 4313 క్ోటుి
136. The total number of beneficiaries benefitted under “Chandranna
Bhima” till December 2018 are ?
1,93,819
136 .చుందరన్ొ భీమా క్లీుంద డిశుంబర్ 2018 న్ాటిక్లప్రయోజన్ుం పొ ుందధన్ లబిిదారులు
ఎుంత ముందధ?
1,93,819
137. Who is authenticated to calculate the house tax for a newly
constructed building in the area of Gram Panchayat?
Panchayat Secretary
137 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ప్రిధధలో క్ ీ తై గన నిరిేుంచన్ భవన్ాలప ైప్న్ ొ మదధుంప్ు
చేయవలసిన్దధఎవరు?
ప్ుంచాయతీ క్నరూదరిశ
138. What are the minimum and maximum limits decided to calculate
the house tax on Capital Value Basis as per Andhra Pradesh
Panchayat Raj Act 1994?
1/8% – 1%
138 .ఆుంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ 1994 వారు మయల ధ్న్ప్ు విలువ ప ైఇుంటిప్న్ ొ
విధధుంచడానిక్లనిరణయుంచిన క్నిష్, గరిష్విలువ ఎుంత?
1/8% – 1%
139. What is the rate of tax to be calculated for Vacant Lands that are
adjacent to the buildings or related to the households under section
60 (3) of Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act 1994?
Rs. 2 Paise per Rupee per Annum on the annual rent of land
139 .భవన్యలకు చేరిన, ప్పక్ నే ఉని వారికి చందిన ఖాళీ థలలా లై ఆంప్రప్పదేశ్
పంచాయతీ రాజ్ చట్ంు లోని సెక్షన్ 60 (3) 1994, ప్పకారం విధంచవలసిన పన్ని
ఎంత్?
వారికి అద్దెకు ఏడాది కి రూ.2 ైథలు, ఒక థంవత్స రం అద్దెై
140. What is the distribution ratio of income derived from the Zilla
Parishad markets among PRIs?
Deleted
140 .జిలాి ప్రిషతుై మారెకటి న్ ుండి వచేే ఆదాయానిొ సనథ నిక్ సుంసథల మధ్ూ ఏ
నిషేత్రైలో ప్ుంపిణీచేసనై రు?
Deleted
141. What is the extent of land that shall be earmarked in a plot for
parking purpose while issuing permission for the construction of a
Commercial Building?
20%
141 .వనణిజూ భవన్ నిరనేణాలక్ు అన్ మత్రని ఇచేేటప్ుేడు ఫ్ని టు మొతైుం విసతై రణుంలో
పనరికుంగ్ అవసరనలక్ు క్ేటాయుంచవలసిన్ భయమి ఎుంత?
20%
142. What is the percentage of funds to be allocated to take up the
welfare activities from Gram Panchayat Funds?
10%
142 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ సనధారణ నిధధ న్ ుండి సుంక్ేమ క్నరూక్ీమాలక్ు
క్ేటాయుంచవలసిన్ మొతైుం ఎుంత?
10%
143. What is the percentage of earnest money deposit, that a
contractor has to deposit with Gram Panchayat while submitting the
tenders for the development works in a Gram Panchayat area?
2.5% on Estimate amount
143 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ప్రిధధలో చేప్టే్ అభివృదధి ప్న్ లక్ు టెుండరుి దాఖలు
చేయటానిక్లక్నుంటార క్్రుి ఎుంత మొతాై నిొ ఎరొస్్మనీ డిపనజిట్ గన చ లిిుంచాలి?
అుంచన్ా మొతైుంలో 2.5%
144. Surcharge Certificate is equal to ………
Court Decree
144 .సరనేర్ిసరి్ఫిక్ేట్ ……………….. తో సమాన్ుం
క్ోరు్డిక్ీీ
145. What is the fee collected in view of sale and purchase of fixed
assets in a Gram Panchayat area and what percentage of amount
from the above would be credited to the account of the Gram
Panchayat on Quarterly basis?
Surcharge on Stamp Duty, 1.5%
145 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ప్రిధధలో జరిగేసిథరనస ై ల క్ీయ విక్ీయాలప ైవసయలు చేసప
స ుంక్ుం ఏదధ? సదరు స ుంక్ుంలో ఎుంత మొతాై నిొ గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ఖాతాక్ు 3
న్ెలలక్ు ఒక్సనరిజమ చేసనై రు?
సరనేర్ిఆన్ సన్ ుంప్ డయూటీ, 1.5%
146. Which scheme funds are being released directly to the Gram
Panchayat accounts?
a. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee
Scheme (Material Component)
b. National Rural Health Mission
c. 14th Finance Commission Funds
d. NTR Grameen GruhaNirman
a,b and c
146. ఏ ఏ ప్ధ్క్నల క్లీుంద నిధ్ లు గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీలక్ు విడుదల చేయబడుతున్ాొయ?
a. మహాతాేగనుంధీ జఞతీయ గనీమీణ ఉపనధధ హామీ ప్ధ్క్ుం (మెటీరియల్
క్నుంపో న్ెుంట్)
b. జఞతీయ ఆరోగూ మిషన్
c. 14 వ క్ేుందరఆరిిక్ సుంఘుం నిధ్ లు
d. ఎనీ్ఆర్ గనీమీణ గృహ నిరనేణుం

a,b మరియు c
147. The method adopted by Panchayat Raj Institutions for
maintaining their accounts?
Both (2) and (3)
147 .ప్రస ై తుం ఏ విధాన్ుంలో ప్ుంచాయతీ రనజ్ సుంసథలలో ఖాతాలన్
నిరాహిస ై న్ాొరు?
రండూ (2) మరియు (3)
148. What is the online financial management system through which
the Government of India monitors the fund flow released to States
under various schemes?
Public Finance Management System
148. క్ేుందరప్రభుతాుం రనష్న్ ర లక్ు విడుదల చేస ై న్ొ వివిధ్ ప్ధ్క్నల నిధ్ లన్
ప్రూవేక్ిుంచ టక్ు క్ేుందరప్రభుతాుం అమలు చేస ై న్ొఆన్ లెైన్ ఆరిిక్ నిరాహణా వూవసథ
ఏదధ?
ప్రజఞ ఆరిిక్ నిరాహణా వూవసథ
149. Which PES Application plays a crucial role in tracking the
physical and financial status of a work taken up through Gram
Panchayat Development Plan?
Action Soft
149 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ అభివృదధి ప్రణాళిక్ల అమలులో ప్న్ ల యొక్క భౌత్రక్
మరియు ఆరిిక్ సిథత్రగతులన్ త లిపపసనఫ్ట్వేర్ పి ఇ ఎస్క అపికేధష్న్ ఏదధ?
యాక్ష్న్ సనఫ్ట్
150. As on 31.01.2019, the cash book balance is Rs. 12,000. Amount
adjusted to Treasury by the way of Profession Tax is Rs. 5000.
Cheque issued towards a payment for a work Rs. 17,000 ( is still
uncashed)
What is the balance of funds in Gram Panchayat as per pass book?
Rs. 34,000
150. దధ 31.01.2019 .న్ాటిక్ల న్గద ప్ుసైక్ుం నిలా రు12 ., .000టెరజరీన్ుంద
న్ేరుగన జమ చేయబడిన్ వృత్రైప్న్ ొ మొతైుం రు .5000 .గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ ప్రిధధలో
చేప్టి్న్ ప్న్ ల నిమితైుం జఞరేచేసిన్ చ క్ుక మొతైుం రు17 .,) 000ఇుంక్న్య న్గద గన
మారేబడలేద .(పనస్ బుక్ ప్రక్నరుం సదరు గనీమ ప్ుంచాయతీ యొక్క నిధ్ ల నిలా
ఎుంత?
రు. 34,000
Sd/- Secretary

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.

Pharmacy Near ME – Bangalore 24/7 Free Online Home Delivery – Contact

Pharmacy Near ME - Bangalore 24/7 Free Online Home Delivery - Contact

List of 24/7 Pharmacies in Bangalore with shop pharmacy Name  Address Mobile Phone

  • Apollo Pharmacy (A Unit of Apollo Hospitals Enterprises ltd)
    No.06, Ground floor, Railway
    bridge road,Kumara park
    East,560001
    9900054615 Bangalore Circle
  •  SUGUNA NARAYANA HEART CENTRE( UNIT OF NH PRIVATE LIMITED)
    No.1A/87, Dr.Rajkumar Road,
    SUGUNA HOSPITAL -2
    FLOOR,4th N Block,
    Rajajinagar,560010
    9538066577 Bangalore Circle
  • function of hospital pharmacy
  • GREEN APPLE ( A UNIT OF RADIANT HEALTH CARE PVT. LTD.)
    # 2 VITTAL MALYA ROAD, ( In
    patient )BANGALORE560001
    9342497305 Bangalore Circle
  • CYTESPACE RESEARCH PVT.LTD
    K.NO.9/3, NITESH
    BROADWAY, GF, MG
    ROAD,MG ROAD560001
    9986243891 Bangalore Circle
  • SAI HOSPI ESSENTIALS
    #117,DODDABETTAHALLI,
    GFVIDYARANYAPURA
    POST560097
    720436696 Bangalore Circle
  • ALARIC ENTERPRISES # 11/1, 4TH FLOOR, 8TH
    CROSS,MALLESHWARAM560
    003
    8095033311 Bangalore Circle
  •  MANJUSHREE MEDICALS
    SHOP NO.01, NO.13, 7TH
    MAIN, BHUVANESHWARI
    NAGAR,HESARAGHATTA
    MAIN ROAD,560057
    9611297373 Bangalore Circle
  • COLUMBIA ASIA REFERRAL HOSPITAL
    (PHARMACY)
    # 26/1, SUBRAMANYANAGAR
    INDUSTRIAL
    SUBURB,MALLESWARAM
    WEST560055
    9448051876 Bangalore Circle
  • People Tree Pharma (Unit of TMI Healthcare Pvt.Ltd)
    No.2, Service Road, Opp.Taj
    Vivanta, Tumkur Road,NH-4,
    Gorguntepalya,
    yeshwanthpur,560022
    9886058284 Bangalore Circle
  • AVEKSHA MEDICALS (AVEKSHA HOSPITAL PREMISES)
    NO.647/4,5,6/102/103/121/122A
    , GF, VARADARAJASWAMY
    LAYOUT,SINGAPURA
    VILLAGE, M.S.PALYA,
    VIDYARANAYAPURA
    POST,560097
    9886553086 Bangalore Circle
  • MANIPAL NORTHSIDE HOS,O.P. PHARMA(A UNIT OF MANIPAL HEALTH
    NO.5/2, 8TH MAIN ROAD,
    13TH CROSS,
    GF,MALLESHWARAM560003
    9740311505 Bangalore Circle
  • FAMILY PHARMA ( A
    UNIT OF FAMILY
    HEALTH PROVIDERS
    PVT, LTD.)
    NO.423/2, NEW NO.11/1, 60ft,
    Rd,1st MAIN 1st STAGE,
    GOKULAMATHIKERE MAIN
    ROAD, MATHIKERE560054
    9448189988 Bangalore Circle
  • PALS HEALTHCARE #15, Shop No.02, 1st Floor,
    Aditya Nagar,1st stage,
    Chickkabettahalli,
    Vidyaranyapura(P)560097
    8904087542 Bangalore Circle
  • FRANK ROSS PHARMA
    (A DIVISION OF EMAMI
    FRANK ROSS LTD)
    NO.53,GF,RATAN MAHAL
    LODGE COMPLEX,4 th
    CROSSSAMPIGE
    ROAD,MALLESHWARAM560003
    9535056899 Bangalore Circle
  • Religare Wellness
    (Religare Welness ltd)
    Old No;37, New No;36, Castle
    street,Ashok Nagar,560025
    9663368681 9663368681 Bangalore Circle
  • JENUSHREE MEDICALS & GENERAL STORES
    NO-115/1, GROUND FLOOR,
    6TH CROSS, BAPUJI
    LAYOUT,Opp. CHANDRA
    LAYOUT CANARA
    BANK,560040
    9448949830 Bangalore Circle
    4-
    43329 CHAYA PHARMA NO.6, (GROUND FLOOR), 5TH
    MAIN,O.M.B.R. LAYOUT,
    B.CHANNASANDRA ,560043
    9880847339 Bangalore Circle
  •  PLASMAGEN BIOSCIENCES PVT.
    LTD.
    #1342, ground floor, Dr.
    Shivaramkaranth
    Nagar,M.C.E.H.S Lay out,
    Yelahanka Hobli560064
    9731557200 Bangalore Circle
  • SHREE RANGANATHA
    MEDICALS
    #493,GF,17TH
    CROSS,JAKKUR
    LAYOUT560064
    9611261394 Bangalore Circle
  • CHAITANYA PHARMA NO.971/24, K.H.B.COLONY, A
    SECTOR,YELAHANKA NEW
    TOWN,560064
    9845625363 Bangalore Circle
  • APPLE PHARMA APPLE HOSPITAL, PLOT NO.
    17/B-18, 19, 20 C
    SECTOR,YELAHANKA NEW
    TOWN, YELAHANKA,
    DODDABALLAPURA MAIN
    ROAD,560064
    9945690149 Bangalore Circle
  • M/S PRUNUS
    LIFESCIENCES INDIA
    PVT LTD
    NO. 7, SRI MATHA, RAJA
    RAJESHWARI
    BLOCK,HEBBAL,560024
    9482510759 Bangalore Circle
    5-
    38024 Sure Fertilityy (India) Pvt
    Ltd
    No 115,Kodihalli,Old Airport
    road560017
    9900533338 Bangalore Circle
  • St. Johns Medical
    Collage Hospital Pharma
    St. Johns Medical Collage
    Hospital CampusSarjapura
    Road560034
    9999999999 Bangalore Circle
  • St.JohnS Medical
    College Hospital Pharma
    (2nd Floor)
    No-67-3-141/2, 2nd Floor
    St.JohnS Medical College
    HospitalPremises Sarjapur
    Road560034
    8022065000 Bangalore Circle
  • St.JohnS Medical
    College Hospital Pharma
    (3rd Floor)
    No-67-3-141/2, 3rd Floor
    St.JohnS Medical College
    HospitalPremises Sarjapura
    Road560034
    8022065000 Bangalore Circle
  • St.JohnS Medical
    College Hospital Pharma
    (4rd Floor)
    No-67-3-141/2, 4th Floor,
    St.JohnS Medical College
    HospitalPremises Sarjapura
    Road560034
    9036178807 Bangalore Circle
  •  Munipal Hosptal ICU
    Pharma
    No.133, (old No. 98), 3rd Floor,
    Manipal HospitalRustom Bagh,
    Old Airport Road,560017
    9844582343 Bangalore Circle
  • S&S Pharma Sy. No-29 M/s.Shiva & Shiva
    Orthopadic Hospital
    PrimesesKitegenahalli
    Village560099
    9242820155 Bangalore Circle

Free Home Delivery Pharmacies in Bangalore

  • 24688 Hrudayalaya Pharma &
    General Stores
    No-258/A, Narayana
    HrudayalaBommasandra Ind
    Area, Anekal Taluk,560099
    9900193614 Bangalore Circle
  • 29912 Trust Chemists &
    Druggist Ltd.
    No-86, Hosur
    RoadMadiwala560068
    9902973291 Bangalore Circle
  • 10165 Vijayashree Medicals No-03, G Floor, Bannerghatta
    Main RoadGottigere560083
    9945671947 9980512867 Bangalore Circle
  • 34759 Spring Leaf Healthcare
    Pvt Ltd.
    No-60/3, G Floor, Electronic City
    Next to Andra BankHosur Main
    Road560100
    8867346685 08067345000 Bangalore Circle
  • 42709 THE OXFORD DRUG
    STORES (CHILDERN
    EDUCATION SOCIETY)
    The Oxford Medical Hospital
    and Research Centre,S.No 20,.
    Yedavanahalli, Attibele Hobli,
    Anekal (TQ),562107
    9845037176 Bangalore Circle
  • 44289 SHAKTI MEDICAL AND
    GENERAL STORES
    NO. 9-10-172, SHOP NO.2,
    GROUND
    FLOOR,KUMBARWADA ROAD,
    9448125855 Bidar Circle
    43223 SRI OM SAI MEDICAL
    AND GENERAL STORE
    SHOP NO:1 BUILDING
    NO:1005/1OPP BASAVA HIGH
    AND PRIMARY
    SCHOOL,MANAHALLI
    9448572203 Bidar Circle
    43322 RATNADEEP
    MEDICALS (
    PHARMACEUTICAL
    DISTRIBUTORS )
    CMC NO:12-1-34 & 12-1-37,
    ROOM NO. 1,2 & 3, GROUND
    FLOORNAZARATH COLONY
    ,BEHIND KARNATAKA
    COLLEGE585401
    8861055999 Bidar Circle
    23303 BASAVA MEDICAL
    AND GENERAL
    STORES
    19-91/18,MAIN RAOD 9945511891 Bidar Circle
    28350 NEW BHARATHI
    MEDICAL & GENERAL
    STORES
    DOOR NO: 117/2/1, WARD NO:
    17, GROUND FLOORSHOP
    NO: 1, MAYURA HOTEL
    COMPLEX, DOUBLE
    ROAD583101
    9448234437 9738598776 Bellary Circle
  • 21874 SWETHA MEDICAL &
    GENERAL STORES
    DOOR NO: 81,Opp to GOVT
    PRIMARY SCHOLL,583115
    9448941511 Bellary Circle
  • 11782 BELLARY MEDICALS
    AND GENERALS ( 24
    HOURS )
    STALL NO: 5, WARD
    NO:17,EDIGA HOSTEL
    COMPLEX, COURT
    ROAD,583101
    968600838 Bellary Circle
  • 36341 K.L.E. Pharma Gokak CTS.No.3777/A-1,Main
    Road,591307
    9448420863 08332229977 Belgaum Circle
    34478 B. H. C. S. Pvt. Ltd,
    Lake View Medical
    Stores
    B.H.S. Lakeview Hospital
    Premises,RS. No.73/7, CTS.
    No.11888, Opp. Fort
    Lake590016
    8747945929 Belgaum Circle
  • 20235 THE MEDICAL
    SUPERINTENDENT OF
    BLDEA CENTRAL
    DRUGS STORES,
    SHR.B. M. PATIL HOSPITAL
    AND RESEARCH CENTRE,
    CTS NO. 30-6,WARD NO. 1,
    GROUND FLOOR, ASHRAM
    ROAD,586101
    9448245534 Bijapur Circle
    16123 M.V.J.Medical College &
    Research Centers
    Pharmacy
    K.No: 149, 152/1 &
    150,Dandupalya562114
    8453304403 Bangalore Circle
    Rural
    41182 Sri Basaweshwara
    Medicals , (Unit of
    Basaweshwara medical
    college Hospital &
    Research Center)
    Katha No. 6891/C , 5th Block
    A.No.14386/C Paediatric
    BlockBasaweshwara medical
    college Hospital Premises NH4
    Bye Pass577501
    9008861111 Chitradurga
    Circle
    44645 Ekadantha Associates 1st Block ,B.M.
    ROAD,BYCHANAHALLI571234
    9845381040 Kodagu Circle
    45975 LIFE LINE HOSPITAL, NO 271,24/18,PONNAMPET
    ROAD,571213
    9448720175 Kodagu Circle
    31992 PRASHANTH PHARMA. DOF-105,KONDANGERI. 9480256291 Kodagu Circle
    22578 CAUVERY MEDICALS NO:5TMC COMPLEX, G T
    ROAD,
    9448887570 Kodagu Circle
    22580 VINOD MEDICALS SHOP NO:4, BLOCK NO:20,
    MUDDU COMPLEX,CHIKPET,
    9845353439 Kodagu Circle
    29241 SRI GANESH
    MEDICALS,
    NO: 29/11A,
    ADHARACOLLEGE
    ROAD,571201
    9448976839 08272229662 Kodagu Circle
    29239 KANARA STORES # 6-7-1,CHOWKI,571201 9916808136 08272229314 Kodagu Circle
    22576 SURAKSHA MEDICALS SHOP NO:1,MAIN ROAD, 9448011434 Kodagu Circle
    24732 JANATHA BAJAR
    MEDICALS,
    SURVEY NO:88/3, SHOP NO:
    1,GOVT BUS STAND, B.M.
    ROAD,
    9448278168 08276274496 Kodagu Circle
    24857 ASHWINI MEDICALS, SMPT 92/8, 1ST BLOCKB.M.
    ROAD,
    9448720102 08272662322 Kodagu Circle
    34277 RAMA MEDICALS # 66/1,MYSORE MANGALORE
    ROAD,571237
    9448582053 08276262412 Kodagu Circle
    31952 SRI GANESH
    MEDICALS,
    HOUSE NO: 16A, R.NO:
    124/B,SIDDAPURA ROAD,
    9448448763 0827446655 Kodagu Circle
    32368 VAISHNAVI MEDICALS BAPU COMPLEX,NEAR BUS
    STAND,
    9880877187 08274249624 Kodagu Circle
    32397 ATHREYA DRUG
    HOUSE,
    NO:15,16 AND 16/2,BLOCK
    NO:10, S. S. RAMA MOORTHY
    ROAD,
    9999999999 08274257483 Kodagu Circle
    31130 MAHAVEER MEDICALS MAIN ROAD,VIRAJPET571218 9008509929 Kodagu Circle
    30947 SRI RAMA MEDICALS, SURVEY NO:37/10, SHOP
    NO:4/46,4TH BLOCK, NANDI
    COMPLEX, KUDIGE
    ROAD,571234
    9448504328 08276320080 Kodagu Circle
    31089 BHAGAVATHI
    MEDICALS,
    NO:521, SURVEY NO:
    35/1,5TH BLOCK, NEAR
    GANAPATHI TEMPLE, MAIN
    ROAD,
    9448217187 08276260205 Kodagu Circle
    31112 BHAGYALAKSHMI
    MEDICALS.
    DOOR NO:49, MUNICIPALITY
    BUILDING,NEAR PRIVATE
    BUS STAND,
    9845537456 08274256457 Kodagu Circle
    31976 AMBIKA MEDICALS, NO:1-135,MAIN ROAD, 9449253701 Kodagu Circle
    31800 SHIFA MEDICALS, SHOP NO: 1, BLOCK NO:1-
    58,BASEMENT FLOOR
    DADUTHI CHOWK, FMC
    ROAD,
    9241986262 9880927707 Kodagu Circle
    38670 GOUTHAM MEDICALS SHOP NO:8, MUDDU
    COMPLEX,G. T. ROAD,
    9448368397 Kodagu Circle
    40336 M.S.COORG
    MEDICALS
    BLDG # 81/5, BLOCK # 5,
    BASEMENT, CORNER
    SHOPINDIRAGANDHI CIRCLE,
    CHOWK571201
    9483615791 Kodagu Circle
    40423 VAATSALYA
    MEDICALS A UNIT OF
    VAATSALYA H.C.S
    PVT LTD.,
    Ass No: 13548/8702, JOLDAL
    HEALTHCARE
    COMPLEX,RATNA GIRI
    ROAD,577101
    9448899572 Chickmagalore
    Circle
    35080 VAATSALYA MEDICAL
    (Unit of Vaatsalya H.C.S
    Pvt. Ltd)
    A. No: 4781/4632A, Room No:
    6,Vaatsalya Hospital Ashirvad
    Health Care Complex , B.H.
    Road577228
    9611948124 Chickmagalore
    Circle
    44688 SREE LAKSHMI
    MEDICARE
    ASS NO: 5858/4185BELT
    ROAD, AMBEDKAR
    CIRCLE577101
    9481157430 Chickmagalore
    Circle
    39244 M/s, Sri Amogha
    Enterprises,
    01, Kathe No C20/15,Sampige
    Road,571313
    9980562848 Chamarajanagar
    Circle
    41549 SRI VIGNESHWARA
    DISTRIBUTERS
    #2069/12, 1st Floor, Davalagi
    Building2nd Main, 2nd Cross,
    MCC A Block
    9844690777 Davanagere
    Circle-
    19269 Basaveshwara Drugs &
    Ssurgical -UNIT II
    Building No. 1-11, G. F. HKES
    Society,Basaveshwara Teaching
    And General Hospital
    PRE585105
    8886858578 Gulbarga Circle
    25049 Vaatsalya Life Hospital
    Medical Store
    Site No: 178/19 to 178/23,
    SY.No. 117/1-4, inside
    VaatsalyaHospital, Ground
    Floor, Badepur RTO Cross,
    Sedam Road,585105
    9742725786 Gulbarga Circle
    46070 SDM PHARMA-IV BUILDING NO.114/3 TO 120/1,
    GR. FLOOR,SDM COLLEGE
    OF MEDICALSCIENCES &
    HOSPITAL, SUPER
    SPECIALITY HOSPITAL
    BLOCK,580009
    9742267797 Dharwad Circle
    25925 SRI
    CHANNAVEERESHWA
    R MEDICAL AND
    GENERAL STORES.
    VPC NO.75K,BASAVESHWAR
    TEMPLE ONI,
    9886864120 294232 Dharwad Circle
    18343 Kavyashree Medicals K.No:1483/1239,Chikkamagalur
    u Road, Nehru nagar573115
    9620335060 Hassan Circle
    46281 VEERAPUR MEDICALS CTS NO. 28 D, PLOT NO.2,
    GROUND FLOOR,NEXT TO
    VEERAPUR MULTI
    SPECIALITY
    HOSPITAL,581110
    8095441380 Haveri Circle
    45265 M/s. Punyakoti Medical
    and General Stores
    Katha No.1392,Ground
    floor,Opp.Govt Hospital, Main
    road563139
    9448722271 Kolar Circle
    20209 M/s.Apollo Hospital
    Enterprises Ltd Unit of
    Apollo Pharmacy
    Survey
    no:3571/3441/2878,Shop no04MC road563131
    9999999999 08159243344 Kolar Circle
    44064 NEW SRI SAI GANESH
    PHARMA
    PROP NO: 2-1-66, GROUND
    FLOOR, WARD NO: 03,SRI
    SHARANABASAVESHWARA
    TEMPLE ROAD, NEAR
    ESHWAR TEMPLE,583229
    9480794140 Koppal Circle
    45261 APOORVA MEDICAL &
    GENERAL STORES
    PROP NO: 9-3-72/2, WARD
    NO: 04,BEHIND GOVT. CHC
    HOSPITAL,583232
    9538491363 Koppal Circle
    41399 Adichunchanagiri
    Hospital Pharma
    no-2, sy no-42/E, gd
    flr,Adichunchanagiri hospital &
    Research centres
    premises571448
    9742574778 Mandya Circle
    46065 Sri Kalabhyraveshwara
    Pharma
    K no-D6/2373/9648/361/A, 2nd
    flr, 2nd rossNehru nagar
    9945629834 Mandya Circle
    13358 Trust Chemist &
    Druggist Limited
    2, Sri Adichunchanagiri Hospital
    & Research centre,N.H.48,
    B.G.Nagar
    9845226989 Mandya Circle
    37566 Vikram Pharma K.No-1220,(D5/271/1219B) &
    (D5/272/1220), gd flrVikram
    Hospital Premises, 3rd Cross,
    Ashok nagar
    9008489261 0821-241212 Mandya Circle
    24401 KMC HOSPITAL
    MEDICAL STORES,((A
    UNIT OF MANIPAL
    ENTERPRISES
    DOOR NO.14-3-211/3,
    GROUND
    FLOOR,DR.AMBEDKAR
    CIRCLE,575001
    9901677117 0824-2444590 Mangalore Circle

    40874 M/s Yenepoya Medical
    College Hospital Medical
    Stores ( Yenepoya
    University)
    D.No.2-331/15, Room No. 3 D
    Wing, Basement FloorYenepoya
    Medical College Hospital575018
    9249436909 Mangalore Circle

    42649 M/s. RADHA
    MEDICALS ( A UNIT
    OF SAI RADHA
    PHARMA (I) PVT. LTD.,
    DOOR NO. 4-6-574/11-14,
    GROUND FLOOR, BRIGADE
    PLAZA,K.R. RAO ROAD,
    KARANGALPADY,575003
    9243310605 Mangalore Circle

    45869 MYSORE MEDICALS # 891/2, OPPOSITE
    VAATSALYA
    HOSPITAL,N.S.ROAD,
    LAKSHMIPURAM570004
    8095831607 Mysore Circle 2
    44814 SRI. CHAMUNDI
    PHARMA
    # 452, SHOP # 1, 1ST
    FLOOR,CHAVADI STREET,
    M.G.ROAD570004
    9900252833 Mysore Circle 2
    43213 ISH KRUPA NO. 2/1, PEER KHAN
    STREETOFF CHAMUNDI
    VIHAR STADIUM,
    NAZARBAD570010
    9480029837 Mysore Circle 2
    43496 ARYAN PANACEA SHOP NO. 4, # 199, B
    BLOCK10TH MAIN ROAD,
    J.P.NAGAR570008
    9743514071 Mysore Circle 2
    45222 SURGICAL
    CORPORATION
    31/A, MASHALLAH COMPLEX,
    MAHDEVPURA HUDCO
    EXTENSIONLASHKAR
    MOHALLA, UDAYAGIRI570019
    9448281723 Mysore Circle 2
    46041 AAYUSHMAN
    MEDICALS
    # 2/206,
    DEVAIYANAHUNDI,SRIRAMPU
    RA, 2ND STAGE,570023
    9916688379 Mysore Circle 2
  • 45945 VENKATESHWARA MEDICALS
    # 42, SHOP # 2, 1ST MAIN,2ND
    CROSS, J.C.NAGAR,570011
    9901996913 Mysore Circle 2
  • 44508 DRUG CENTRE, JSS HOSPITAL[ JSS MEDICAL SERVICES TRUST]
    # 1219, FIRST FLOOR, JSS
    HOSPITAL,M.G.ROAD,570004
    9900182215 Mysore Circle 2
    23925 KARNATAKA MEDICAL
    & GENERAL STORES
    SHOP NO. 6-1-70 (O), 6-1-81
    (N)MAIN ROAD,
    9972891260 Raichur Circle
  • 34997 IMPANA MEDICALS KHATA NO.
    835A/15/86A/411/598/311A, GR
    FLIMPANA HOSPITAL,
    VIVEKANANDA NAGAR, B M
    ROAD,562159
    948880996 Ramanagara
    Circle
    39450 APARNA MEDICALS
    AND GENERAL
    STORES
    ROOM NO 03, S NO 36/1A,
    GROUND FLOOR,W
    NO04HOLEHONNUR ROAD
    VIDYA NAGAR
    9449699193 Shimogga Circle
  • 43354 OLO GOOD HEALTH
    PHARMA
    Ward No:19, Khata No:208-198-
    248 & 209-199-249,3rd Floor,
    Louisa Mansion, Old Post Office
    Road577202
    9916024333 Shimogga Circle
  • 45923 Malleshwara Pharma W No 8, K No 526-525-37-38/4,
    Shop No 1, Bellibetta
    Complex,Basaveshwar Nagar,
    2nd Cross, Savalanga
    Road,577201
    9916124199 Shimogga Circle
  • 46231 SARJI PHARMA W No 5, Plot No 11, UPOR No
    S12-5786, Ground Floor,Sarji
    Hospital Premises, R.M.R.
    Road, Park Extension,577201
    9448899572 Shimogga Circle