Pharmacy Programmes

Pharmacy is not just about a drugstore. Those who study pharma degree or pharma diploma programmes can also choose research and development of medicine as a career option.

A drug/medicine before being prescribed by a doctor has to undergo tests and approvals. It is tested in a lab, studied for dosage and side effects, only then prescription guidelines are formed. The medicines then undergo clinical trials and only when after studying all the possible effects of the medicine, it is introduced in the market. Pharmacists are a part of the entire process. They are also responsible for introducing a new drug/ medicine to various medical practitioners.

The role of a pharmacist does not end here. They study and keep track of all medicines and products with market surveys by connecting with a medical practitioner and distributors for any side effects, reactions, and allergies, etc. Although, before distribution in a market the medicines are tested in labs because of the complexity and diversity of human beings, different outcomes from the same medicine can occur, therefore, a pharmacy practitioner has to research and develop medicines and prescriptions at multitudes. Pharmacy basically includes everything related to your wellness right from the food you consume to the cosmetics, lifestyle products, health, and chemical products that you use.

Looking at the scope of Pharmacy in the healthcare industry, a survey report called ‘Pharmacy at a glance 2015-2017 by International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), community pharmacy is the largest contributor with 75.1 percent registered pharmacists employed followed by hospital pharmacy with 13.2 percent.

Here, IGOI helps students by counselling them for their better career prospects. We counsel students as per their capability. Students may begin with Diploma and may try for the Master Degree as well. We counsel students for better-than-the best college keeping their financial position in mind. Our counselling is open for Diploma in Pharmacy and Bachelor in Pharmacy.

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum aggregate Score Requirement for admissions is 45%. In order to take admission in diploma, you need to pass your Intermediate in PCM/PCM from any recognized board while for bachelor programme in pharmacy you need to pass your Intermediate in PCB/PCM.

Major Recruiters

: After passing the Programmes in Pharmacy successfully, you may start your own pharmacy as a pharmacist or you may also join government/private jobs as available in the market.

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