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Pharmacist

Pharmacist is a all time demand job for youth. It is a career oriented course in medical field. It has two course option first is D. Pharma (Diploma in Pharmacy) and the second one is B. Pharma (Bachelor of Pharmacy).

B. Pharma

B Pharmacy is a career oriented course which mainly focuses on teaching students about the fundamentals and key details of medicines, drugs, their management and functionality. It is mainly pursued by those willing to open their medical stores or looking for research opportunities.

Major B Pharmacy subjects which students need to study in almost every college include Pharmaceutics, Inorganic Medicinal Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Human Anatomy.

The Syllabus of B Pharmacy:

Semester 1 Semester 2
Pharmaceutics-I (General and Dispensing Pharmacy) Pharmaceutics-II (Unit Operations)
Pharmaceutical Analysis-I Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Medicinal Chemistry Computer Applications
Remedial Maths and Biology Human Anatomy Physiology
Mathematics and Statistics Human Anatomy Pathophysiology
Semester 3 Semester 4
Pharmaceutics-III (Physical Pharmaceutics) Pharmaceutics-IV (Cosmeticology)
Heterocyclic and Natural Products Chemistry Pharmacology-I
Biochemistry Microbiology and Immunology
Pharmacognosy and Natural Products-I Pharmacognosy and Natural Products-II
Semester 5 Semester 6
Pharmaceutics-V (Biological Pharmacy) Pharmaceutics-VI (Pharmaceutical Technology 1)
Medicinal Chemistry-I Pharmacology-II
Pharmacognosy and Natural Products-III Hospital Pharmacy
Industrial Management and Pharmaceutical Marketing Pharmaceutical Analysis-II
Semester 7 Semester 8
Pharmaceutics-VII (Pharmaceutical Technology 2) Pharmaceutics-VIII (Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics)
Pharmacology-III Pharmacology-IV
Medicinal Chemistry-II Pharmaceutical Analysis-III
Molecular Biology, Genetics and Biotechnology Forensic Pharmacy

D. Pharma

Diploma in Pharmacy or D.Pharma. is a diploma course that has been designed to help candidates to work under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist in hospitals, community pharmacies, and other related pharmaceutical fields. It is a basic level certificate program with basic level education about Pharmacy.

It is a 2-year diploma course that enables students to gain adequate knowledge about pharmacy and related disciplines. D Pharma covers subjects such as Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Metrology, Human Anatomy, Nutritional Health, Communicable diseases etc.

The Syllabus of D. Pharmacy:

Topic Description
Pharmaceutics I Introduction to different dosage forms
Metrology
Packaging of pharmaceuticals
Size separation by Shifting
Clarification and Filtration
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 Acids, Bases and Buffers
Antioxidants
Gastrointestinal Agents
Topical Agents
Dental Products
Definition, History and Scope
Pharmaceutical Aids
Various systems of Classification of Drugs and Natural Origin
Adulteration and drug evaluation
Biochemistry Clinical Pathology Introduction to Biochemistry
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Vitamins
Enzymes
Therapeutics
Human Anatomy Physiology Scope of Anatomy and Physiology
Elementary Tissues
Skeletal Systems
Cardiovascular Systems
Respiratory Systems
Muscular Systems
Health Education Community Pharmacy Concept of Health
Nutrition and Health
First Aid
Environment and Health
Fundamental Principles of Microbiology
Communicable Diseases

Subjects of study along with a description for Year II is given below

Topic Description
Pharmaceutics 2 Reading and Understanding Prescriptions
Study of Various types of Incompatibilities
Posology
Dispensed Medications
Types of Powders
Lipids and Dosage forms
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 Introduction to Nomenclature of Organic Chemical Systems
Antiseptics and Disinfectants
Antileprotic Drugs
Antibiotics
Hypnotics
Pharmacology and Toxicology Introduction to Pharmacology
Scope of Pharmacology
Drugs: Their Advantages and Disadvantages
General Mechanism of Drug Action
Drugs acting on the Central Nervous System
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence Origin and Nature ofPharmaceutical Legislation in India
Principles and Significance of Professional Ethics
Pharmacy Act, 1948
The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940
The Drugs and Magic Remedies Act, 1954
Drug Store Business Management Introduction
Drug House Management
Sales
Recruitment and Training
Banking and Finance
Introduction to Accounting
Hospital Clinical Pharmacy Definition, Function and Classification of Hospitals
Hospital Pharmacy
The Drug Distribution System in the Hospital
Manufacturing
Drug Information Service
Introduction to Clinical Pharmacy
Modern Dispensing Aspects

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