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Welcome To Global Research Institute of Pharmacy

The College is duly approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) Govt. of Haryana and is affiliated to Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Science, Rohtak as well as Haryana state Technical Education Board, Chandigarh
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Frequently Asked Questions

After doing B Pharmacy or D Pharmacy you can be a pharmacist, or you can go into research and development. Marketing is also a very lucrative profile after doing B Pharmacy or D Pharmacy.

The salary depends upon which profile you opt for after doing B Pharmacy or D Pharmacy. If you choose marketing, you will have a basic salary and incentives, if you choose R&D or a job of pharmacist you will have a fixed salary.

There are different subjects in different years of course. Although all of them are related. Few subjects that you will have to study in b pharma college in Haryana are

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Pharmacy
  • Basic Electronics and Computer Applications
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Remedial Mathematical Biology
  • Advanced Mathematics
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology and Health Education
  • Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy

If you want to become a pharmacist in India, you will have to take admission to AICTE approved b pharma college with proper affiliation and have to take admission in b pharma course of d pharma course.

Under the supervision of a pharmacist, the pharmacy technicians give medicines o the patients (prescription based or over the counter). Other works they do are providing proper information to patients and doctors regarding medicine and supervise other pharmacy staff.

Generally after doing a Diploma of Pharmacy (a two-year program) or a Bachelor of Pharmacy four and a half-year program) along with a six-month pharmacy internship you fulfill the minimum criteria required for becoming a pharmacist.

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