Pharmacy : Job Prospects,Top Colleges and Recruiters

Career and Job Prospects:

After completion of the B.Pharma or D.Pharma course you can work as a certified pharmacist in India or they can work at any drug store and work in collaboration with hospitals, clinics, community health centres, or establish their own private drug stores. They can even work in pharmaceutical companies at process control, manufacturing, quality control, or marketing level. They may also work as Medical representatives, chemists, pharmacists, scientific officer, etc.  
With a degree of Bachelor of Pharmacy, a student can register with the State Pharmacy Council and open their own Chemist shop to stock and sell the relevant medicines.

The course offers job prospects in different fields such as :

Job post Job Description Average Annual Salary 
Analytical Chemist Analytical Chemist has to look after the elements used in a compound and its reaction with other elements. 2.4 lakhs
Food and Drug Inspector Food and Drug Inspector is required to collect samples of products bacteriological and chemical laboratory analysis and check the manufacture of foods, drugs, and cosmetics. 1 lakhs to 4 lakhs
Hospital Drug Coordinator Hospital Drug Coordinator has to prepare medications under the directions of a pharmacist and manage dosage as prescribed. 2 lakhs to 3 lakhs
Drug Therapist Drug Therapist is required to counsel people who are addicted to prescribed or illegal drugs. 2 lakhs to 7 lakhs
Regulatory Manager Regulatory Manager has to study scientific and legal documents and organize various formats. 4 lakhs to 10 lakhs
Medical Transcriptionist Responsible for listening to the recorded dictation of a doctor (or a healthcare professional), transcribe and interpret the dictation into diagnostic test results, referral letters, operative reports, and other such documents. 1.8 lakhs to 2.5 lakhs
Health Care Unit Manager Responsible for overseeing the functioning of all aspects of a health care unit from supervising staff to monitoring patient care. 2 lakhs to 3.5 lakhs
Drug Inspector Also known as quality control inspectors, they work to ensure that products are safe for human consumption. Their primary responsibility is to examine the pharmaceuticals or foods at varying stages of their production in order to ensure that the quality standards are met. 2 lakhs

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