PHARMACIST Exam Books Preparation PDF – RRB +Government Pharmacist Material

PHARMACIST Exam Books Preparation PDF - RRB +Government Pharmacist Material

PHARMACIST Exam : Every year government conduct exams for PHARMACIST to fill out the vacant post in various hospital and other departments under government. Do you want to crack  Government Pharmacist & RRB Pharmacist examination. Then First find your own deep and compelling reason to successfully learn your subject and pass your exams. This really is the most important of the study tips I shall share with you here because your success will be deeply rooted in your motivation to learn. Many kids at school do not want to be there and can’t be bothered to try which is often why they fail. It does not mean that they are unable to learn, it just means that they have not applied themselves to the work at hand. I know that this is often true because I have met literally hundreds of people who “failed” at school by conventional standards yet later in life made the decision to go back to studying a subject because they wanted to do it. And because of their motivation to succeed the did.
So what does that mean to you? Well understand that you are driven by emotional needs and not necessarily logical ones. If we were driven by logic, the world would be a much better place. So you have to find a deep emotional reason for achieving success as a student. And if you can dig deep and find that reason then nothing will stop you because you will find a way.

Government PHARMACIST Exam Pattern:

Now can discuss about general Exam Pattern of Government Pharmacist & RRB Pharmacist. Pharmacist exam paper contains 200 Multiple Choice Questions each question carrying 1 marks, with a duration of 2 hour.
Question type: MCQ’s
Questions : 200
Marks: 200
Duration: 2 hours
Sr.No. Test Components No.of Questions
i) General Awareness — 20
ii) Gen. Intelligence and reasoning Ability — 20
iii) Arithmetical and Numerical Ability — 20
iv) Test of General Science — 20
v) Test of Language English/Hindi — 20
vi) Subject-related questions — 100

General Awareness: Students should be updated with all the current affairs and general knowledge topics.

General knowledge by Arihant 

Partiyogita Darpan

NCERT Text books from class 6 to 10

Economics by ramesh singh

Geography Of india by khullar

Science and technology by spectrum

Polity for UPSC by laximikant

Arithmetic: This section is very scoring since the only concern with this section is practice. If students practice hard for this section they can surely score high. S Chand Arithmetic:

Pharmacy: This section includes questions from technical courses which students opted for.

Reasoning: You can scorte more than your competitors ion this session if you practice more. Time is main factor in this. Practice Verbal & nonverbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal . Students should go according to syllabus while preparing and practicing RRB mock test.

PHARMACIST Exam  Preparation Books

Pharmacology

I think you know the importance of this subject in our Pharmaceutical sciences. If  you prepare well and thorough in this subject I assure you will definitely clear 50 60 percent of the subject. So concenterate more on this subject. You will cover pharmaceutical chemistry along with these. 

Study these Pharmacology books:

Essentials o f medical Pharmacology by KD Tripathi , Pharmacology by Rang and Dale : Let me tell you what to study here and how to study. 

Prepare important chapters first. Like CVS drugs, antibiotics, anticancer, CNS DRUGS, Hypoglycemic drugs ,  hypnotics, NSAIDs, hypertension.

Concentrate on classifications and mechanism of action. Antidotes, specific severe side effects, vaccines should never be left unstudied.
Don’t forget Drug interactions.

List of Important topics for RRB Pharmacist 2019 exam

1. Cardiac drugs
2. Antihypertensive drugs
3. Antiarrhythmic agents
4. Drugs affecting The Central Nervous system
5. Centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxants
6. Narcotic Analgesics & Antagonists
7. Non-narcotic Analgesics & Antipyretics
8. Antirheumatic & Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Agents
9. Anti-gout Agents
10. Drugs Affecting the Autonomic Nervous system
11. Adrenergic blocking (sympatholytic) Agents
12. Cholinergic Blocking (Parasympatholytic) Drugs
13. Drugs affecting the respiratory system
14. Antihistamines
15. Drugs affecting the G.I.T.
16. Hormones & Hormone Antagonists
17. Oral Contraceptives
18. Diuretics

 Next Study these Pharmaceutics books:

Pharmaceutics cooper and gun

Pharmaceugical engineering by cvs subrahmaniam

Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics by Brahmankar 

Physical Pharmaceutics by CVS subrahmaniam

Theory and Practice of Industrial Pharmacy –Lieberman & Lachman

What to study in pharmaceutis for Railway Pharmacist exam 2019?

Tablets

Capsules

Emulsions

Packaging

Prescription abbrevations

dissolution tests

contraindications, adverse drug reactions, available dosage forms

Compounding and dispensing of following prescriptions

Enlarging and reducing formula, displacement value

Preparations of formulations involving allegation, alcohol dilution, isotonic solution

Dentifrices, desensitizing agents, & anticaries agents

Pharmaceutical Impurities

Isotopes

Monographs

Tablets

Parenteral – product requiring sterile packaging

Suspensions

Emulsions

Suppositories

Stability of formulated products

Prolonged Action Pharmaceuticals

Novel Drug delivery system

GMP and Validation

Semisolids

Allopathic dosage form

Crude extract

Allergenic extract
Drying

Size reduction and size separation

Extraction

Mixing

Crystallization

,Capsules

Liquids(solutions, syrups, elixirs, spirits, aromatic water, liquid for external uses)

Pharmaceutical Aerosols

 

PHARMACIST Exam Books Preparation PDF - RRB +Government Pharmacist Material

Pharmacognosy

Toxic drugs

Enzymes

Natural pesticides and insecticides

Adulteration and evaluation of crude drugs

Quantitative microscopy

Factors influencing quality of crude drugs
Biogenetic pathways

Carbohydrates & lipids

Tannins

Volatile oils

Resinous drugs

Glycosides

Alkaloids

Extraction and Isolation Techniques

Phytopharmaceuticals

Pharmacognosy by C.K Kokathe, purohit and gokhale


Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence- RRB Jurisprudence Guide

A Textbook of Forensic Pharmacy – B M Mithal 
Concentrate mainly on SCHEDULES.

Next important are YEARS.
TOPICS TO COVER FOR RRB in JURISPRUDENCE

(Dont take more time for this subject but have a clear idea on all the years and numbers 

Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic substances Act, and Rules there under

Factory Act

Shops and Establishment Act

Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights and Indian Patent Act 1970

Prevention of Food Adulteration Act 1954 and Rules

Industrial Development and Regulation act 1951

Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act 1954

Historical background Drug legislation

The Pharmacy Act 1948

Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940, Rules 1945, including New Drug applications

Consumer Protection Act

Indian Pharmaceutical Industry- An Overview

Drug (Price Control) Order

RRB Government Pharmacist EXAM Material:

Read and practice good competitive exam books ion the market without fail. Gpat books will help you more . Previous exam papers should be solved without any haste. 

You can now read Piyush GPAT books and Inamdar guide for GPAT for subject paper preparation. This will help you to identify important topics and questions as you give a one time reading. Next turn you will understand what to be stressed more.

RRB Previous Papers for Central Government Pharmacist Exam Material

As every one know Previous papers will help you a lot in your successful exam. You need to do all the years RRB Pharmacist Previous papers along with other government pharmacist exams at this time. This is peak time and you should know how to work smart here. You can now download RRB Pharmacist previous questions papers along with answers PDF as solved RRB pharmacist exam. 

RRB PHARMACIST General PAPER BEST BOOKS 

Discussed in the first section of this article please refer.

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Crack Government Pharmacist Exam with our Support – You must read this to get success

1. Find your own deep and compelling reason to successfully learn your subject and pass your exams.
This really is the most important of the study tips I shall share with you here because your success will be deeply rooted in your motivation to learn. Many kids at school do not want to be there and can’t be bothered to try which is often why they fail. It does not mean that they are unable to learn, it just means that they have not applied themselves to the work at hand. I know that this is often true because I have met literally hundreds of people who “failed” at school by conventional standards yet later in life made the decision to go back to studying a subject because they wanted to do it. And because of their motivation to succeed the did.
So what does that mean to you? Well understand that you are driven by emotional needs and not necessarily logical ones. If we were driven by logic, the world would be a much better place. So you have to find a deep emotional reason for achieving success as a student. And if you can dig deep and find that reason then nothing will stop you because you will find a way.
2. Plan your time to include study, revision and social commitments – a balance of having fun, taking breaks and studying is vital.
Balance is very important to have a successful and rewarding life and the same is true when you are a student. OK you could spend every waking hour reading every book you could find and learning everything you could and yes you would pass your exams provided you had not burnt out. But it would not be fun, you would have no friends and you would definitely be out of balance.
Taking appropriate breaks and giving yourself little rewards when you have finished an essay or learnt something new for your exams is vital for your success. This is because it keeps you in balance and gives you a degree of variety that keeps you fresh and alert. Yes having a night out with your friends is good for you – but only if it is as a reward for doing good work and is as part of your overall plan.
3. Use multi-coloured Mind Maps for your notes.
My friend and mentor Tony Buzan developed the most powerful thinking tool ever (and I am not exaggerating here) when he invented the Mind Map. Imagine being able to get the key facts from an entire book on a single page in a way that was not only easy to remember but would stay in your memory for as long as you wanted it.
Imagine having a thinking tool that allowed you to prepare essays and assignments in a fraction of the time than you do at the moment AND have them much better. Imagine being able to give a powerful hour long presentation from a single page of colourful notes that you put together in about 10 minutes.
Well all these are possible with the Mind Map. It is an amazing tool that combines the power of association, the fact that we have a very strong visual processing mechanism and that it combines right and left brain processing.
I have seen what Mind Maps can do for students of all ages and all abilities and if I had my way it would be a compulsory tool taught to kids from a very young age.
4. Review your notes regularly to reinforce your new-found knowledge.
This is another very simple but extremely powerful tip for you. The experience of most students is that the learning that takes place in the classroom is really an information gathering exercise. When it comes to revising for their exams at the end of the year they go to their notes and often can’t remember ever seeing that information before. They know they must have because the notes are in their handwriting but they can’t remember anything! So the preparation for exams becomes a re-learning exercise.
This study tip is so simple and powerful yet most will not bother. If at the end of every day, every week and every month you quickly scanned what you have learnt, made a few key word notes and then reviewed those ultra-condensed notes regularly, you would be amazed at how much you could remember. This only need take 10 minutes at the end of the day, half an hour at the end of the week and maybe an hour or two at the end of the month.
Each time you review what you have learnt, even in condensed key word format, it is more deeply engrained in your memory.
5. Swiftly skim through your text books and course material before you read them in depth to give you an overview of your subject.
Now there is not enough space here to explain why this tip is important because it is a fundamental part of learning how to read faster and absorb more information. Just trust me on this one and before you start reading, skim through your book (no more than 10 minutes) to get a feel for the contents.
As you read in greater depth later on, some of what you have got from the quick scan will help put into context that information and allow you to make the necessary links in your mind and memory.
Doing this will often stop you from getting stuck at any point because you will have a flavour of what is to come later in the book and this added preview can help the understanding of earlier information.
6. Learn how to remember lists of things by linking each item to a location on a journey or route you are familiar with around your town. You could even use your own home.
At some point, once you have understood your subject, you will need to be able to memorise it. Many people think that just understanding it is enough to learn it but unfortunately that is not the case and so some memorization is necessary.
The most powerful way of doing this is to create a “filing system” in your mind. One way to do this is to create a little journey in your imagination (it can be a real place or you can make it up). See for example the chair, the bed, the TV, the door and the window in your bedroom. If you wanted to remember a sequence of items you would link an outrageous (and therefore memorable) picture to each location.
To recall the information, simply revisit the journey in your own mind and “see” the information in the silly pictures you have created.
7. Before you do any revision, warm up by doing some gentle exercise to relieve any tension in your body and to get a rush of healthy oxygen flowing to your brain.
There is a saying – “a healthy body, a healthy mind” – and nowhere is this more true than when it comes to learning. Two things happen when you physically warm up before studying. First of all you get rid of any physical tension that will create stress in the body and mind (not good for learning) and secondly you will get a rush of oxygen to the brain which will help you think more clearly (definitely good for learning).
8. Do past papers under thorough exam conditions as often as possible to familiarize yourself with the format and the pressures of working under exam conditions.
If you are training in a sport or practicing a musical instrument, you will practice the plays or rehearse the pieces for the big day. It would not make sense to spend months doing push ups and then turn up on the big day and expect to play soccer really well. It would also be unwise to only practice scales on your instrument and then when the big performance comes up expect a perfect recital.
So the same is true of exams. Fortunately these days you can get hold of past exam papers from previous years. Do these, under the same exam conditions, over and over again so that when the big day comes you will have exam experience under your belt.
Doing this will give you more confidence, much better exam techniqe and an insight into how the examiners for your subject think. Remember practice makes perfect.
9. In an exam, make sure you read the question completely and fully understand what the examiner wants before you allocate your time and begin answering the questions.
This is commonsense but you would be amazed at how many people do not do this. Take your time, plan what you are going to write and then write it.
10. If you are faced with a mental block breathe deeply, relax and ask yourself “If I did know the answer to this question, what would it be?”
This might sound silly but if you do it with a positive expectation that your very powerful subconcious will give you the answer, then you will be amazed at what comes to mind. The combination of the breathing, relaxation and expectation is the key. Of course you have had to have done the preparation beforehand because this won’t work with information that you have not previously learnt or covered in class.
So there you have my top 10 tips. Each are very powerful and just doing one of them will make a big difference to your success…but if you do all 10…Wow!