Pharm D

Pharm D

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Pharm D or Doctor of Pharmacy is a six year course. It is available in very few colleges when compared to other pharmacy courses like B.Pharm. It is a doctoral programme. Hence, one year internship is a must. And the six year course duration covers this internship. If your parents wants you to become a doctor. And, you have no interest in surgery. In this case, you can opt Doctor of Pharmacy.

Field experts are talking, that Doctor of Pharmacy holders are Doctors or not. By definition, doctor is someone who performs surgery. But doctor or not, it is a good course.

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It is comparatively hard to study. Because of the medical keywords and names you need to learn. Students who likes biology will find it interesting. Theory is important here. As a result, exams can be tough. Students needs to spend a good time with books. Once you learn the basics, it is very easy. The course has good scope in foreign countries. That is where you will earn more. In certain countries these candidates will be writing medical prescriptions after a Medical Doctor examines the patient. So, it is important that you learn it properly.

What is Pharm D?

It is the study of pharmaceuticals, medicine and drug related practice. Students will learn diagnosis, therapeutics usage of drugs, treatment and selection of diseases, etc. There is theory as well as practical sessions.

Doctor of Pharmacy Eligibility

Qualify 10+2 with minimum of 60% marks from a recognised board. Also, Diploma in Pharmacy candidates with 40% aggregate can join. There may be a 5% reservation to SC,ST,OBC Students.

Syllabus of Pharm.D

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FAQ

Pharm D salary in India?

Pharm D candidates gets 2 to 5 LPA initially. After that, they gets 5 to 10LPA.

Is NEET needed for pharm D?

No, you don’t need NEET for Pharm.D Admission.

Which University is good for Pharm D?

Any university with UGC approval and a good reputation. But we suggests Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.

Is Pharm.D a tough course?

Yes it is. But, once you get the grip in the subject you will love it. If you want a practical job. check out BPT and MPT.

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