TIT - PHARMACY was established by “Chandra Vadani Mahila Shiksha Samiti” to impart quality education. TIT - PHARMACY provides an ideal learning environment most conducive for the young techno savvy minds of the country to build their successful career. The institute has carved its niche in Central India and acclaimed highest reputation for excellence in Education, Research, Placements, Industry-Institute Partnership and a world class infrastructure.
Job prospects in B.Pharmacy are very encouraging. The role of a pharmacist involves manufacturing, distributing, retailing and dispensing of drugs to the required consumers thus creating a vast scope of employment opportunities in hospitals, medical directorates; that involve inspecting and analysis of drugs in the manufacturing units, providing, preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines, preparing special feeding solutions, and supplying diagnostic agents. A wide array of opportunities are also present in the education and research industry. As the use of prescription drugs increases, demand for pharmacists will grow in every community and with this change in scenario self - employment is another major scope for a pharmacist. Setting up one's own chemist/druggist store, distribution firm for analytical laboratories, drug farm for producing raw material and growing herbs and plants is showing signs of rapid growth in the years to come. As a result of rapid growth in the Pharmaceutical Industry, employment could be sought at pharmaceutical companies like Boots, Glaxo, Ranbaxy, etc. Opportunities and posts vary from company to company in an industry where pharmacists are usually employed in production and quality control, research and development, preparation of technical and medical information and in retailing and marketing of the same. It is also possible for pharmacists and pharmacologists to enter general management posts via production management and technical - sales posts. Medical representatives involved in the marketing of drugs also may be from the field of pharmacy. New jobs also are being created in disease management—the development of new methods for curing and controlling diseases and in sales and marketing. Due to rapid growth in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, the need for well-trained pharmacists is the need of the hour during this time period.