DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY

SESHADRIPURAM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
In Bangalore

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  • Diploma
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description

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Where and when

Starts Location
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Bangalore
Seshadripuram, 560020, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

The course consists of three [parts in subjects & syllabus prescribed by the PCI.

Part I & Part II consists of academic studies in the theory & practical of various subjects spread over 2 years.

Part III consists of practical training spread over 3 months at an approved institution.

DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (PART I)

Subjects:

* Pharmaceutics-I
* Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I
* Pharmacognosy
* Biochemistry & clinical pathology
* Human anatomy & Physiology
* Health education & community pharmacy

DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (PART II)

Subjects:

* Pharmaceutics-II
* Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II
* Pharmacology & Toxicology
* Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
* Drug Stores and business management
* Hospital and clinical pharmacy

DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (PART III)
(Practical Training)

PERIOD AND OTHER CONDITIONS OF PRACTICAL TRAINING

1. After having appeared in part II examination of Diploma in pharmacy conducted by Board accepted as being equivalent by the pharmacy council of India a candidate shall be eligible to undergo practical training in one or more of the following institutions namely.
1. Hospitals/Dispensaries run by Central/State Govt. Municipal Corporations/ Central. Govt. Health Scheme Employees State Insurance Scheme.
2. A pharmacy chemist and druggist licensed under the drugs and cosmetic rules, 1945, made under the drugs and cosmetic act 1940 (23 of 1940).
3. Drugs manufacturing unit licensed under the drugs and cosmetic act 1940 rules made there under.
2. In the course of practical training the trainee shall have exposure to
1. Working knowledge of keeping of records required by various acts concerning the profession of pharmacy and
2. Practical experience in
1. The manipulation of pharmaceutical apparatus in common use
2. The reading, translation and copying of prescription including checking of doses.
3. The dispensing of prescriptions illustrating the commoner methods of administering medicaments and
4. The storage of drugs and medical preparation

The practical training shall be not less than Five hundred hours spread over a period of not less than three months provided that not less than two hundred and fifty hours are devoted to actual dispensing of prescriptions.


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