Here we Share Some problem associated with Pharmacy Graduate/Students/Professionals
1. In civil services (Central & State) Pharmacy is not a optional Subject
JAGO PHARMACIST – Inclusion of Pharmacy Subject in Civil services
2. In CSIR-UGC-NET – Pharmacy is not a optional subject.
JAGO PHARMACIST – Inclusion of Pharmacy Subject
3. In Most of the CSIR/ICMR/DBT funded labs- a clear & open opportunity for B.Pharm & M.Pharm Qualified candidate to enter as JRF/SRF/ RA/Project Assistant.Because in all the vacancy mention by these funded body institutes -
Eligibility Criteria mention for JRF & SRF is as follow
MSc in Biotechnology/Chemistry/Toxicology/Life Sciences /Biochemistry/Microbiology/Botany/Zoology + Research exp. + CSIR -UGC- NET
Now – what about M.Pharm/B.Pharm. (Pharmacy is not a optional subject in CSIR-UGC-NET )-
However most of the labs are working in the field of Drug Research. So you can imagine how much less persons can enter as a JRF/SRF/RA or Scientist positions who have Pharmacy degree.
JAGO PHARMACIST JAGO take a INITIATIVE
1. Incliusion of GPAT as a Eligibility criteria for JRF
GPATINDIA file a RTI & Following reply
Show the following document if you applied for JRF/Project Assistant but Eligibility criteria not mention as GPAT quilfied
FOLLOWING IMPLEMENTATION BY MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA -ALL THESE DEMAND BY Dr.R.N.GUPTA Chairman,Hospital Pharmacy Division & Vice-President, IPA.
SIR We are with u & we think all pharma community of india are with u
A.The name of Sections/post and qualifications of pharmacist i.e. i) Qualification for Chief Pharmacist – Ph.D. in Pharmacy or Pharm.D./M. Pharm. (Post 1), ii) Section in charge-M.Pharm.(No. of Post -5 to 8 and iii) For routine work-B.Pharm. (no. of Post- 20-40) are to be specified under Schedule I,(Requirement for teaching hospital, B.6 Central Hospital Pharmacy and B. 11 Central Hospital Stores in page 18 &19)
B. M.Pharm. Pharmacology is to be incorporated with M.Sc. qualification under Schedule II (staff requirement no. 5 for non clinical subjects in page 20)
C. One Post of Pharmaceutical Chemist in Schedule II (page 22) in Pharmacology dept to be retained as it is deleted in Amendment, 2009 (page 76).
D. Provision of Pharmacist in each Rural and urban training health centre are to be included under Schedule II (Staff for Rural and Urban Training Health Centre, page 24)
E. Provisions for at least 40 Pharmacists as mentioned above are to be included under Schedule II D (Staff requirement for ancillary Services 1-11 sections) since number of pharmacist has not been specified along with 500 – 600 personnel in college.
F. The equipments i). Disintegration testing apparatus ii). Dissolution testing apparatus iii). Tablet hardness tester, iv) Friability Tester v).Seitz Filter, vi) Sintered glass filter,vii). Laminar flow cabinet viii). pH meter, ix). Colorimeter x). Polarimeter. in (c) Pharmacy Laboratory and i). HPLC ii). HPTLC iii).Polarimeter iv). Polorograph v). GLC vi). Potentiometer vii). Karl Fisher apparatus viii). FTIR in (d) Pharmacology Laboratory are to be included under Schedule III-Equipment Requirement in page 44
G. Built up area for Central Hospital Pharmacy should be at least 250 sq. mt in place of 100 sq.mt in page no. 87 (Amendment Notificationdt. 30th January, 2010).