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    Government jobs after 3 years of B.Pharmacy?

    i am pursuing my b pharm 3 year now.i like serving and giving treatment for people.can you please help me in searching such a government job? kindly post your reply

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    Re: Government jobs after 3 years of B.Pharmacy?

    A career in pharmacy nowadays becoming to a golden future for a young career aspirant.
    There are many feilds some of them are following:-

    1.)Production & Manufacturing:

    One can work as a production person (chemist, officer, executive, manager, vice-president), involved in the production of bulk drug & intermediates or formulations and dosage forms.
    Industries in the cosmetics, soaps, toiletries segment also hire pharmacy professionals. Other segments where opportunities exist are the field of dental products. Dental medicine is a specialized field and so is its production. These involve products dedicated to dental care and hygiene like toothpaste, mouthwashes, dental cavity fillers, etc.
    Blood and plasma products is another area hitherto untapped in India, but has immense potential worldwide and is coming up fast in the country. The products involve, blood of various groups, production of blood bags, haemoglobin, plasma, serum, clotting factors, antigens, antibodies, etc.


    2.)Research & Development:
    Mainly M Pharms & PhDs are in great demand in the various areas of Pharmaceutical R&D.

    3.)Analysis & Testing
    Any drug or dosage form for human use has to be of excellent quality and purity, free from any impurities. The permissible limits of impurities, which either occurs through the manufacturing process, equipment, raw materials, handling or storage, are very stringent. Therefore, Quality control (QC) and Quality Assurance (QA) are the most integral areas of the drug & pharmaceutical industry.
    4.)Other areas where professionals are required are:

    - New Drug Discovery Research (NDDR): Discovering a new drug has assumed prime importance in the post-GATT era.

    - Process Development (P&D): One of the important areas in bulk drugs industry is developing viable processes for the manufacture of drugs and intermediates for their commercial production.

    - Formulation & Development (F&D): The success of any pharma company lies in the quality of its products, i.e., its formulations & dosage forms.

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