As a B.Pharma graduate you could work in any pharma company in any department of your choice right from production to manufacturing to packaging etc or as a medical representative or as a medical writer too.
Incase you wish to be a lecturer then a masters degree, M.Pharma would be needed followed by NET / SET.
After an M.Pharma degree you work as a researcher and are mainly into clinical trials. A P.Hd increases your chance to patent your research. After a masters degree you could work innthe quality control department as a inspector too.
Incase if M.Pharma does not i
Hi Jaiesh.. Both B.Pharma and B.Sc Microbiology are career promising courses. Though, the field of microbiology is having more scope for research than pharmaceutical field. So you can choose from these courses based on your interest- whether to go for job soon or want to be in research and innovations. Pharmaceutical field gives more scope to work with hospitals and pharmaceutical industries. The best institutes to go for a graduation course in Pharmacy or Microbiology etc are Jamia Hamdard, Lovely Professional University, DY Patil university etc. You can get much practical experience in the f
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Hope the course you wish to have more details is Pharmacy.
Please note after a B.Pharma degree, you would obtain a licence from the medical.council of India, which makes you eligible to open your own medical shop.
Apart from this you could join the pharma industry in their manufacturing or production depa
Please note both the courses have immense scope in India and abroad.
Another point here is that, after 12th, one can pursue either B.Pharma or D.Pharma course. And at the sametime, after a B.Pharma course also one can opt for a D.Pharma course.
D.Pharma does not mean a Diploma program, it is a doctorate program and students are eligible for a P.HD directly, if pursued after a graduate program.
As such after D.Pharma course, one can be working as a healthcare professionals, whereby they could sell medicines and prescribe medicines over the counter. They can open their
Yes. Ofcourse it is a good option.
But still I would suggest that since you are a BCA graduate, I would suggest opt for an MCA. The MCA qualification, would expose you to both software and networking or IT and applications. It would get you a job into systems and software technician etc.
Rest it is your choice.
Wish you good luck...
To pursue Pharmacy, after 10th, you need to opt for PCMB.
After 12th, you need to clear an entrance exam and then would you be eligible for the 4 years course.
Once you complete B.Pharma, you have the following options:
Get into a job. After completing B,Pharma, you will obtain a licence, With the licence, you could open a medical shop or you could register with a medical shop and earn accordingly.
You could opt for a M.Pharma course.
Other option includes, MBA in Pharma management, or Hospital management etc.
You could shift into microbiology or biomedical science