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Recommended books for diploma in pharmacy:-
(A)-D.Pharma (Part-I) Examination Books-First year books
1-Pharmaceutics I- RM Mehta
2-Pharmaceutical chemistry I - Mohammad Ali or Dr A.V. Kasture
3-Pharmacognosy- C.K Kokate
4-Bio-chemistry & clinical pathology - U. Satyanarayana
5-Human Anatomy & Physiology - V.N. Raje
6-Health education & community pharmacy - N.S Parmar
(B)-D.Pharma (Part-I) Examination Books-Second year books
1-Pharmaceutics II-V.N. Raje, RM Mehta
V.N. Raje- http://amzn.to/2iuzcKL
R.M Mehta- http://amzn.to/2wBXFE6
2-Pharmaceutical chemistry II- Dr A.V. Kasture & Dr S.G Wadodkar
3-Pharmacology & Toxicology- A.V Yadav, V.N raje
A.V. Yadav- http://amzn.to/2v9Xy2z
V.N. Raje- http://amzn.to/2wrXzhU
4-Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence-V.N Raje
5-Drug Store & Business Management-Mohammed Ali & Jyoti Gupta
6-Hospital & Clinical pharmacy -Dr. A. R. Paradkar , S. A. Chunawala
A.B. Yadav- http://amzn.to/2wJMn01
V.N. Raje- http://amzn.to/2v9EVM4
Topic discussed in the video :-
1-About Diploma in Pharmacy
Diploma in Pharmacy is a Diploma certificate course.
The course consists of two academic years(1st year & 2nd year) and practical training session. On course completion (academic program and practical training), successful candidates will get Diploma certificate from the University/Institute.
2-Duration of course - 2 years + training
10+2 passed with Science stream subjects (PCB or M) from a recognized board is the minimum educational qualification required.
Minimum aggregate marks required may vary from one institute to another. It could be anywhere between 45-60% marks.
Depending upon the institute, it could be :-
A-Merit Based Admission-Seats are allotted to deserving students on the basisOf marks scored by them in Board examination
C-Admission Via Entrance Exam- Marks scored in relevant entrance exam Taken into consideration
5-Diploma in Pharmacy Subjects
D.Pharma (Part-I) Examination
Pharmaceutics I (T+P)
Pharmaceutical chemistry I (T+P)
Bio-chemistry & clinical pathology (T+P)
Human Anatomy & Physiology (T+P)
Health education & community pharmacy
D.Pharma (Part-II) Examination
Pharmaceutics II (T+P)
Pharmaceutical chemistry II (T+P)
Pharmacology & Toxicology (T+P)
Drug Store & Business Management
Hospital & Clinical pharmacy (T+P)
6-Eligibility for appearing in 1st year & 2nd year exam
Minimum 75% Attendance in both Theory & Practical Separately
7- Minimum marks for passing the 1st year & 2nd year exams
A student must have at least 40-50% marks in each subject of theory & practical separately (including sessional marks).
8-Practical Training Areas
a-Hospitals/Dispensaries Run by central or state government
b-A pharmacy, chemist licensed Under Drug and Cosmetic Act 1940
c-Drug manufacturing unit Licensed Under Drug and Cosmetic Act 1940
9-Some of the best Institute providing D.Pharma course
Jamia hamdard university, Delhi
Bundelkhand university, Jhansi
MET institute of pharmacy, Mumbai
Delhi institute of pharmaceutical science & research
(DIPSAR), New Delhi
10-Salary Expectation after D.Pharm
Depending upon the above mentioned factors, Diploma in Pharmacy certificate holders may earn anywhere between 8000-20,000 Rupees per month (at start).
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Hello mam ,kya aap bta skte ho ki aap kha se pdhai kiye h . kyunki aapne jo bhi process btaye o mere college se match ho rha h ,sare books ,sare sessional etc .or rules wherah etc. Aap RGUHS ke student rhe h kya , I mean Karnataka board se ho kya
Community pharmacists are the health professionals most accessible to the public. They supply medicines in accordance with a prescription or, when legally permitted, sell them without a prescription. In addition to ensuring an accurate supply of appropriate products, their professional activities also cover counselling of patients at the time of dispensing of prescription and non-prescription drugs, drug information to health professionals, patients and the general public, and participation in health-promotion programmes. They maintain links with other health professionals in primary health care.