Published on:March 2018
Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2018; 11(1):01-02
Editorial | doi:10.5530/ijopp.11.1.1


Authors and affiliation (s):

Prof Raman Dang

Secretary, APTI


Deliberations and discussions are going all around for the employability of Pharm D. Students. There is immense scope. The Clinical segment is growing and each Hospital, Research Centre is going to need Pharm D. Students. There contribution will be great, and salary will be high. MCI also is being approach for creating more awareness about the importance Pharm D. Scope of Pharm D. in India Indian pharmacy education took a big leap in the year 2008 with The Pharmacy Council of India recognizing the Pharm.D program. This was a move to standardize pharmacy education in India and make it at par with international standards. Numerous universities and colleges in India have launched the Pharm.D program; however, the road to success is a steep one with this higher degree program. Read more...


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