Government Jobs after B.Pharm and D.Pharm in India

May 1 18:58 2020 Rohit Kumar Lloyd Print This Article

B. Pharm (Bachelor of Pharmacy) is a job-oriented undergraduate degree for science students who want to make a career in the pharmacy sector. B. Pharm course duration is of 4 years. D. Pharm (Diploma in Pharmacy) is a diploma level course for aspirants who wish to study pharmacy and opt for a career option in medicine.

There are many job opportunities after B. Pharm and D. Pharm in India. They are mainly categorized into two categories: 1. Common jobs for all graduates 2. Core jobs for pharmacy people only. So let’s first discuss about the core jobs.

  1. Drug Inspector: Drug Inspector is the professional who is an expert and qualified to monitor the safety,Guest Posting utility, efficiency quality of a drug from its manufacturing till its sale at the retail shop. Thus the need for a large number of Drug Inspector to monitor the quality of medicine produced. The minimum eligibility for this post is B. Pharm plus 18 months of experience in manufacturing or testing of schedule C drugs. The UPSC and SSC exam is conducted for the post of drug inspector. The average salary of drug inspector is Rs. 50000-70000.

  2. Food Inspector: Food Inspector is an official that analyzes the safety and quality of food products, the ingredients that are used for the production of these food products as well as the hygiene of equipment used and the place where these products are produced. The exam for food inspector is held under central government or state government. The average salary is 30000-40000 for this job. This job requires candidates to be able to perform duties that include the following:
  • Examine food animals in privately-owned meat or poultry plants.
  • Perform their duties before and after slaughter, guaranteeing that the product is not contaminated.
  • Maintain required sanitation procedures.
  • Work to ensure the product is fit to eat and compliant with federal laws.
  • Travel occasionally for the job.

Food inspectors provide a critical function, which is essentially making sure that the nation's food supply is safe to eat. The food inspector job may lead interested individuals to pursue additional positions within the food safety field once they've gained experience. This includes jobs such as a food science technician.

  1. Pharmacist in Government Hospitals: Hospital pharmacists are responsible for monitoring the supply of all medicines used in the hospital and are in charge of purchasing, manufacturing, dispensing and quality testing their medication stock along with help from pharmacy assistants and pharmacy technicians. One can become a pharmacist in Govt. hospitals after doing B. Pharm or D. Pharm. Starting salary at grade pay 2800 for two years is Rs. 35000. This is gross salary of government pharmacist in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore etc.

As hospital pharmacists are required to work closely with other members of staff, such as physicians, nurses and dieticians, it is critical that information is passed on in a way that is clear to understand. While this might seem simple, performing hand-overs between shifts has the potential to make this aspect of the role a little more complicated.Luckily, drug charts provide a vital source of information and act as an efficient method of communication between hospital pharmacists and other members of medical staff. It is critical that hospital pharmacists monitor these charts and ensure that the correct medication is being provided to each patient.

Such information may include which form of medication a patient requires, with options including tablets, injections, ointments or inhalers. How the medication should be administered must also be communicated.

  1. Railway Pharmacist: This job is like any other pharmacist working in a retail field, but the only difference is you will provide medicines to the railway personnel and their families. The minimum educational qualification for this job is 10+2 in Science or its equivalent, with Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm) from recognized institution and registered as Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act, 1948 or Bachelor degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm). The average initial salary of railway pharmacist is around Rs. 30,000. So it is also a good option after doing graduation or diploma in pharmacy.
  2. ESIC Pharmacist: ESIC is a social security scheme for workers who are working in an establishment and whose salary is up to Rs. 21000. This is very beneficial for them. In this they can get benefits in two ways. First is cash benefit and second are medical benefits. Both are very beneficial for workers and their dependents. These medical benefits they can get in ESIC dispenser IES and ESIC hospitals. A lot of benefits like sickness benefits, temporary disablement benefits, permanent disablement benefit, dependent benefit, maternity benefit and funeral benefits are given by ESIC. Initially the ESIC exam was conducted under state govt. but now it is conducted under central government. The initial salary in this job is about Rs. 52000-55000 for two years. This is the reason that so many people appear for this exam every year. The timing for this job is also very less as compared to other jobs.
  3. Common Jobs: The common government jobs in which the pharmacy graduates can also apply include Bank PO, IAS, IPES etc. for which various exams are conducted every year like UPSC, SSC.

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Rohit Kumar Lloyd
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