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The Presentation is mainly designed keeping pre-final year & final year students of Bachelors of Pharmacy in mind. It contains information regarding Pharma & Science internships, conferences, publications, different courses in M. Pharmacy, job prospects, alternative careers to pharmacy & Life in a pharmaceutical industry.
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The Presentation is mainly designed keeping pre-final year & final year students of Bachelors of Pharmacy in mind. It contains information regarding Pharma & Science internships, conferences, publications, different courses in M. Pharmacy, job prospects, alternative careers to pharmacy & Life in a pharmaceutical industry.
All the information & images have been gathered from various online resources. It is strictly for the purpose of education of pharmacy students.

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Pharmacy: A career Path

  1. 1. By, Akhil Bharampuram M.S. (Pharm) Medicinal Chemistry NIPER Raebareli (2014-16) Pharmacy: A career Path
  2. 2. Note The following slides is a collection of information from various online resources like websites, journals, blogs, etc. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by other copyright holders are used here under the guidelines of the Fair Use provisions of Copyright Law. These images and text are used here only for the education of college students, and are not intended to generate income for the institutions, its employees, or its students.
  3. 3. Contents 1) College Life 2) Action Plan for 3rd year Students 3) Action Plan for 4th year Students 4) M. Pharmacy Entrance Exams in India 5) MBA-An Alternative Career Path 6) Non-Pharma Courses for Post-graduation 7) Ph. D & Research 8) M.S abroad after B. Pharmacy 9) Jobs after B. Pharmacy & M. Pharmacy 10) Sales & Marketing 11) Pharmacy related & other Government Jobs 12) Teaching 13) Investing Time Productively 14) References
  4. 4. College Life 1st year & 2nd year: It’s all about learning • 1st Year: New Environment & Circle • 2nd Year: “Senior” feel 3rd year: Heavy Feel • Enjoyment & personal complications • But, it’s high time to choose your “CAREER” path 4th Year: Best year of your lives • Try clearing your backlogs, dues & personal complications • Prepare for some competitive exams & campus placements • Farewell & Good Bye
  5. 5. But, the big question is…
  6. 6. How to have an “AWESOME” Pre-Final Year ??
  7. 7. Action Plan for 3rd years 1. Develop Strong Basics irrespective of your CGPA or Percentage
  8. 8. 2. Attend Conferences (National & International), Workshops (Hands- on or guest lectures), Scientific sessions & Symposia (fests too) Why ?  Exposure & Interaction with the outside world  They Build Your Knowledge Base  They Grow Your Professional Network  They Expand Your Resources  They enhance your Poster/Oral Presentation skills Where ? NIPERs, CSIR Laboratories, National Institutes like IISc & IITs, BHU, IISERs, Local Colleges, IPC, IHPA, BioPharma India, Pharma Summits etc. How ? https://www.conferencealerts.in/ https://www.pharmatutor.org/taxonomy/term/2281 http://gpatindia.com/seminar-conference/ http://pharmaceuticals.gov.in/events http://10times.com/india/medical-pharma/conferences http://www.pharmaceuticalconferences.com/ (Abroad)
  9. 9. 3. Develop a habit of Reading Scientific Research Articles & Review Papers from International Journals. Why ? • Helps in developing a solid foundation about the subject. • You will understand manuscript writing (Publications) & literature review. • Get updated with the latest innovation & breakthrough technologies in your related field. • Drafting research proposals during Masters, PhD & Post-Doctoral studies. • Helps in poster/oral presentation at Conferences. How ? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed (Search engine for medical articles) http://www.sciencedirect.com/ (Database of Scientific journals, books and articles) https://www.pharmacy.org/journal.html https://www.omicsonline.org/pharmaceutical-sciences-journals.php Refer various journals from Nature, Elsevier, Science, Cell, E-Life sciences, etc., Note: You must know what is Impact Factor, citations, referencing, journal indexing, various processes & approaches of applying for a publication.
  10. 10. 4. Apply for Internships & Training Programs at various National Institutes & Industries. Why ? • Gain exposure to real-world problems and issues that perhaps are not found in textbooks. • Ease transition from being a student to entering the workforce. • Have personal growth experiences and exposure to different job opportunities. • Have hands-on opportunities to work with equipment and technology that may not be available on campus. • Building a strong Resume • To get clarity w.r.t. Career & further studies. Where ? • CSIR Laboratories, Pharmaceutical Industries, Private labs, Hospitals etc. How ? • IASc-NASI-INSA Summer Research Fellowship http://www.ias.ac.in/ • CSIR-CCMB, JNCASR, TIFR, IISERs, IITs Summer Training Programs (Refer websites) • https://internshala.com/internships/science-internship • http://www.letsintern.com/summer-internships
  11. 11. AcSIR – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Summer Training Program •Summer Training Program at AcSIR provides an opportunity to spend one of your summers working at premier research Laboratories of CSIR with some of the leading scientists in India, in an environment which promotes trans-disciplinary research. •The program is supported/ funded by AcSIR through its AcSIR-Kalam Fellowship. Details •Total number of Fellowships : 20* •Duration: Two months; Between the months of May and August •Amount of Fellowship: Rs. 25,000 per student for the duration of the program (payable after successful completion of the training program and submission of project report to the Laboratory Coordinator) •Travel allowance to the selected student: Reimbursable to a maximum of Rs. 5,000 per selected student •This is a compulsorily Residential Program where the selected students would be required to stay on campus of the respective CSIR Labs on charge basis. •Link: http://acsir.res.in/acsir-dr-apj-abdul-kalam-summer-training-program- 2017/
  12. 12. Process of Applying (for IASc, CCMB, TIFR, IITs, IISERs) Submitting & Result Submission via Online/offline along with required documents Shortlist will be put in the website/you get a mail during Mar-May Recommendation From the HOD/Principal/Faculty having PhD Offline (Letter form) or Online (mail) Writing Statement of Purpose Go though different labs and scientists profiles of the institute Know your area of interest & include the details Mention the laboratory/Scientist under whom you want to work Filling up the application form Create an account & fill up all the personal details Uploading the Academic Documents, Photograph & signature scans Search for Internships Applications remain open during Oct-Feb Sources: Seniors, Net, Personal references
  13. 13. Process of Applying (for Industries) Search for any references of the companies through parents, relatives, friends, faculty, etc. Take a bonafide certificate & letter from your HOD/Principal Contact the company & send an application to them through a mail & post Wait for their response
  14. 14. 6. Skills you must learn during College (Build a strong CV) STUDENT How to see the big picture Resource management & Budgeting Communicati on & Presentation skills Cooperation & Team Work Time management Volunteering Learning from your mistakes
  15. 15. Action Plan for 4th years When you are into final year & if you still want to study more after your B. Pharmacy..
  16. 16. Abroad India
  17. 17. National level Colleges If u want to study in India M.Pharm or PhD GPAT BITSAT ManipalTIFR CSIR- UGC NET NIPER M.S + PhD PhD JRF + SRF Project Asst. (PA)
  18. 18. Preparation Strategy 1. GPAT • Test Date: Jan 3rd or 4th Week • Registration: Nov end-Jan 1st week • Test Duration: 3 hours Online • Pattern: 125 Q’s (✔: +3 & ✘: -1) • Syllabus: 4 years B. Pharm topics • Ideal Time to Prep: 7th Sem(Jul-Dec) • Coaching Required/Not: Your Choice • Tests/Old Papers: Recommended 2. Manipal University (MU-OET) • Test Window: 3rd-4th Week May • Regist. : Feb-May Mid (Slot booking) • Test Duration: 2 hours Online • Pattern: 200 Q’s (✔: +1 & ✘: 0) • Syllabus: 4 years B. Pharm topics • Ideal Time to Prep: Post-GPAT Result • Prep. level: less than GPAT • Tests/Old Papers: Recommended 3. BITSAT • Test Window: May End(Slot Booking) • Regist.: Apr 3rd week-May 3rd Week • Admission for M. Pharm in Pharmaceutics (Pilani & Hyderabad) Chemistry (Pilani & Hyderabad) Pharmacy (Pilani) • Test Pattern: 2 Tests (Online), on same day Test 1: 60 Questions in 60 Mins with sections in Maths (15), Physics (15), English (15) & Computers (15). Test 2: 100 Questions in 120 Mins, based on 4 years B. Pharm topics 4. NIPER JEE (Only for GPAT Qualified) • Test Window: June 1st week • Pattern: 200 Q’s (150 Pharma+ 50 GK & Aptitude) in 2 hours. • Admission into M.S & Pharma MBA.
  19. 19. Books Recommended for GPAT Prep. Top-5 Books 1. GPAT: A Companion by N.N. Inamdar 2. GPAT and GATE Pharmacy - by G. Vidya Sagar 3. GPAT by Mohammed Ali 4. Pharmacy Quiz GPAT by Samba Reddy 5. The Pearson Guide to the GPAT by Umang H Shah Other Books • Pharma Stroke: Preparation for GPAT by Tarun Kumar Dasgupta • GPAT and GATE Pharmacy Solved Papers by G. Vidya Sagar • GPAT Cracker by Sanjar Alam • BET and GPAT by Hardik G Jani • Synopsis for GPAT by Munish Ahuja Credits Source: pharmainfo.net Author: Eswar Gsnk Rao
  20. 20. Top Colleges for M. Pharmacy Rank College Entrance Fees Avg. CTC (Estimated) 1. Panjab University, Chandigarh GPAT (Rank : <30) 22,000 PA 5-7 LPA 2. NIPER Mohali GPAT Qualified + NIPER JEE (< 200) 38,000 PA M.S : 5-7 LPA MBA: 8-10 LPA 3. IIT-BHU, Varanasi GPAT (<1500) + Test & Interview 24,100 PA 4-6 LPA 4. Institute of Chemical Tech. (ICT), Mumbai GPAT (<100) + Interview 93,700 PA 3-5 LPA 5. Delhi Institute of Pharma . Edu. & Research (DIPSAR) GPAT (<100) + Interview 23,680 PA 3-5 LPA 6. Bombay College of Pharmacy, Mumbai GPAT (<60) 1.31 LPA 3-5 LPA 7. BITS Pilani BITSAT 2.81 LPA 4-6 LPA 8. Jamia Hamdard GPAT (<100)+Test 1.35 LPA 3-5 LPA
  21. 21. Other Good Colleges Accepting GPAT Score 1. Jadavpur University, Kolkata 2. Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara 3. Birla Institute of Technology (BIT), Mesra 4. JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty & Mysore 5. Al-Ameen College of Pharmacy, Bangalore 6. Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar NOTE:  Admissions open during Jan-May for these colleges.  They take GPAT non-qualified students too (On first come, first served basis).  GPAT Qualified students get a monthly stipend of 12,400 during 2 years PG in those colleges which are approved by AICTE (including NIPERs).  These Colleges have an avg. CTC of 3-5 LPA.
  22. 22. Specializations in M. Pharmacy College Courses •Clinical Pharmacy •Pharmacy Practice •Pharmaceutics •Pharmacognosy •Pharma. Analysis •Quality Assurance •Regulatory Affairs •Industrial Pharmacy •Medicinal Chemistry •Pharmacology •P’ Vigilance •CADD Courses in Demand (Students opt for) • Pharmaceutics • Pharma. Analysis • Medicinal Chemistry • Pharmacology • Biotechnology • Pharmacognosy Industrially Important Courses (for Job) •Pharmaceutics •Formulation R & D •NDDS •Drug Metabolism & P’ kinetics •Pharma. Analysis •Quality Control (Instrumentation) •Analytical R n D •Quality Assurance •Medicinal Chemistry •Drug Design & Synthesis •Process Development •Pharmacology •Clinical Research •Drug safety
  23. 23. MBA-An Alternative Career Path General MBA Scope • Administrative Officer, Trainer • Investment Banker • Brand Management & Marketing • Business Consultancies • Financial & Auditing • Industrial Houses • Labor Management Relations Specialist & HR • Head of Operations in an MNC • Entrepreneurship • Public Sector Units (PSU) • Tourism Industry Pharma MBA Scope o Marketing (Regional & Territory) o Project Management like Clinical Trials, R & D Projects (CROs) o Consultancy & Marketing Research o Business Development (Product Management) o Corporate Strategy Management o Entrepreneurship o Production Management o Supply Chain Management (Community Pharmacy) o International Marketing / Business o Area Sales Manager
  24. 24. Top Colleges to pursue management Education General MBA Pharma MBA • NIPER Mohali & Hyderabad (via GPAT & NIPER JEE) • Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (via NMIMS- NPAT or NMAT) • Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (via MU-OET) • SIES College of Management Studies (SIESCOMS) • SVKM's NMIMS University • Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Ayurved and Research Institute • Indian Institute of Education and Business Management (IIEBM) • MITCON Institute of Management (MIMA) • Stevens School of Business • IIMR Pharma Business School Old & New IIMs, FMS, MDI (via CAT) XLRI, XIMB (via XAT) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (via IIFT), TISS (via TISS-NET) NMIMS (via NMAT) & Symbiosis (via SNAP) ISB Hyderabad & SPJIMR (via GMAT)
  25. 25. Non-Pharma Courses Biotechnology 1. GATE-Biotechnology or 2. College Entrance Exams: • JNU Combined Entrance Examination (CEEB) for M.Sc Biotechnology • A.I.I.M.S (All India Institute of Medical Sciences)Biotech Entrance Examination • B.H.U (Banaras Hindu University) M.Sc Biotechnology Entrance Examination • ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) Entrance Exam • C.M.C (Christian Medical College) Biotechnology Entrance Examination • J.A.M Biotechnology Entrance Examination of I.I.Ts • J.N.C.A.S.R (Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research) Biotech Entrance Examination • D.U (University of Delhi) Biotechnology Entrance Examination M. Tech or M. Sc Specializations o Biochemistry & Biophysics o Genetics o Microbiology o Molecular & Receptor Pharmacology o Physiology o Zoology & Botany o Structural & Molecular Biology o Cell Biology & Development o Biomedicine o Animal Breeding & Aquaculture o Comp. Biology & Bioinformatics o Infectious Diseases Note: 4th year B. Pharmacy & degree holders are eligible to apply for these programs. Keep checking their websites for notifications from November-May.
  26. 26. Ph.D and Research 1. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)  For Ph.D in Biology (Without Masters) & Integrated Ph.D (M. Sc + PhD) • Ph.D Program : 5 Years • Integrated Ph.D. Program : 6 Years • Institutes: 5 IISERs, CSIR-CCMB, CDFD, NBRC, NCBS, NII, NCCS, TIFR & NISER. • Exam: TIFR-GS (National Exam) • Eligib: 4th year B. Pharm & M. Pharm • Date: 2nd Week of December • Regist.: Sept. 2nd week - Oct. 2nd week • Test Pattern: 100 Q’s in 120 Mins, with sections in Biology (25Q), Maths (25Q), Physics (25Q), Chemistry (25Q). • If Qualified in test: Shortlisted candidates will be called interviews. • Fellowship: 25,000 pm for 5 years. • Website: http://www.tifr.res.in/ 2. CSIR-UGC NET  For Ph.D in Biological Sciences & Chemical Sciences • Ph.D Program : 5 Years (2 years as JRF + 3 years as SRF) • Institutes: All CSIR Labs, IITs, IISERs, NITs, UGC approved Universities. • Exam: CSIR-UGC NET • Eligib: 4th year B. Pharm & M. Pharm • Date: June 3rd Week & Dec 3rd Week (twice a year) • Regist.: 3 months before the exams. • Test Pattern: Part A (common section): Aptitude, Part B: Subject Paper & Part C: Scientific Concepts. • If Qualified, Interview at insti. follows. • Website: http://www.csirhrdg.res.in/
  27. 27. INSPIRE Fellowship • Introduced by DST, INSPIRE fellowship aims at enhancing research fellowships for doctoral studies (Ph.D). • This scheme is applicable to Basic and Applied sciences as well as Medicine, Pharmacy & Agriculture students who are in their PG. • Eligibility: 1st Rank Holders at University Level Examination (not at Autonomous College Level examination) of overall full time post- graduate program in science, pharmacy, technology, engineering, etc. • This will provide direct entry for the INSPIRE fellow into PhD Program without requiring qualification in any national entrance tests like CSIR-UGC-NET, TIFR, JGEEBILS, ICMR or NIPER Ph.D-JEE. • Students need to apply through the application form along with the 1st ranker certificate offered by the university & screening of eligible applications by an Internal Committee, followed by final selection through an Expert Committee will be done. • Website: http://www.inspire-dst.gov.in/fellowship.html
  28. 28. Masters v/s Ph.D Ask yourself these questions “Why Should I go for further studies ?” “What subject area am I really passionate about ?” “Do I really have that patience, perseverance & practical knowledge for research ?” “Will I really have financial stability in future after PhD through a job in academia or industry ?” “Will I still be considered as a fresher to an industry job even after PhD ?” “Will my family & parents support me during the hard times of my PhD in future ?” “Will the world recognize my contribution & service to the humanity through my research ?”
  29. 29. 10 Important Criteria When Choosing Your Master’s Abroad 1. What you are interested in ? 2. Do you have the necessary prerequisites? 3. What can be useful for your future career? 4. Language skills 5. Scholarship possibilities 6. Financial considerations 7. Reputation of the university 8. Will your qualification be transferable? 9. What can complement your bachelor’s degree? 10.Weather and climate
  30. 30. Main Tests Required for Pursuing Studies Abroad GRE (Graduate Record Examination) • Required by: Graduate schools and departments. • Purpose: GRE scores are used to assess the suitability of applicants for graduate-level study across many different subject areas. Some departments may ask applicants to take one of the GRE Subject Tests, while others require the General Test. The Subject Tests assess knowledge in a particular field, while the General Test assesses verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing. • Duration: Around three hours and 45 minutes (six sections with a 10-minute break after the third). • Test content: The GRE General Test (formerly the GRE revised General Test) is divided into three parts Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning & Analytical Writing. • Cost: US$205 everywhere except China, where it is $220.70. • Valid for: Five years. (https://www.ets.org/gre/) TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) • Required by: Institutions offering programs in English. TOEFL results are also accepted as proof of English language proficiency in countries where this is required to obtain a visa. • Purpose: To test proficiency in English. • Duration: Around four hours and 30 minutes, with a mandatory 10-minute break midway through. • Test content: The test is divided into four parts: Reading, Listening, Speaking &Writing. • Cost: India US$170 • Valid for: Two years. (https://www.ets.org/toefl) IELTS (International English Language Testing System) • Required by: IELTS results are also accepted as proof of English language proficiency in countries where this is required to obtain a visa. (Australia and all European countries) • Purpose: To test a proficiency in English, for an academic or general context. • Duration: Two hours and 30 minutes, plus 15 minutes for the speaking test. • Test content: There are two versions of the test: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Both are divided into four sections, with the same content for the Listening and Speaking sections, but different Reading and Writing sections. The Academic version focuses more on English in a higher education context, while General Training focuses more on workplace and social situations. • Cost: Varies depending on location. (India Rs 11300) • Valid for: Two years. (https://www.britishcouncil.in/exam/ielts/registration)
  31. 31. Best online forums or websites for studying abroad For USA: 1)Stupidsid (stupidsid.com)- Here you can get a detailed and very well written review of some of the top US universities where most Indian students apply. Also you can view the profile of students admitted in previous years. 2) MS in US (msinus.com) 3) Edulix (edilix.com)- Premier Site for Scholars - 'Education Crowd-Sourced' For Canada: 1) Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada For Germany: 1) Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (Daadindia.org)- To access all the courses available in German universities 2) www.tu9.de - TU9 is a group of 9 German institutes. They are German equivalents of American Ivy league unis or Indian IITs. You get detailed information of courses available in English on this website. For Europe: 1) MastersPortal.eu - You can have information of all the courses available in all the universities of Europe. Though for German universities prefer Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst
  32. 32. Jobs for B. Pharmacy Graduates
  33. 33. Industry (Salaries are in estimated figures) Research & Develop. Production Marketing Quality Assurance 10,000- 16,000/- PM Tablet 8,000- 14000/- Med. Representative 15,000- 25,000/- Quality Control 10,000- 16,000/- Capsule 8,000- 14000/- Nutrition Expert 15,000- 20,000/- Formulation R n D 12,000- 18,000/- Injectables 12,000- 16,000/- Sales Executive 15,000- 22,000/- Drug Design & Process Development 10,000- 16,000/- Cosmetics 12,000- 16,000/- Marketing Research & Analysis 14,000- 22,000/- Analytical Method Development & Validation 12,000- 18,000/- Nutraceuticals 12,000- 16,000/- Regulatory Division 8,000- 15,000/- Stores 8,000- 12,000/- Pharmacology (Clinical Research) 12,000- 16,000/-
  34. 34. Jobs for M. Pharmacy Graduates
  35. 35. Medicinal Chemistry: Chemical R & D (API) • Drug Design or Drug Discovery by Synthetic (Chemicals) or Natural Products. • Develop novel molecules through chemical reactions, followed by purification through column or flash chromatography & analyze them via spectroscopic methods like Mass, NMR etc. Pharmaceutics: Formulation R n D & DMPK • Making the produced bulk into a formulation form like capsule or tablet or into Nanoparticles (NDDS), it can be called as a derivative of Manufacturing branch. • Incase of DMPK, you study the developed chemical molecule’s pharmacokinetic profiling through LC-MS, LC-MS/MS (Biopharmaceutics) etc. Pharmaceutical Analysis: Quality Control • QC is a department which is involved in Analytical research and Quality team. • Analytical research team develop new method validation methods for the samples. Quality control team tests for the purity of the samples produced or given.
  36. 36. Pharmaceutical Analysis: Analytical R & D Basically Analytical R & D is split into 4 categories: 1. Method development 2. Routine method development 3. Method Validation 4. Development stability department • When a new product comes to picture, one has to find a method to analyze it. So, it is the responsibility of method development person to develop method to analyze the formulation product. • Method is developed for dissolution (either UV or HPLC), Assay (same assay method will be used for content uniformity, blend uniformity, etc.) and related substances. • Once the method is developed to identify the drug present in the formulation. The method is checked by validation and simultaneously the product is subjected to stability meanwhile. • Meanwhile, the formulation development department works in optimization of the drug by changing the level of excipients in it. Every time they change something, a new batch is generated for testing - which would be eventually analyzed by routine development group, who should follow the method created by method development team.
  37. 37. Pharmaceutical Analysis: Quality Assurance • Assurance whether all the process and other department are working with GMP and company's policy. • Each department will have a separate QA personnel. Regulatory and Patenting Department • They are mostly involved in legal operations of the company, registering a new drug with the regulatory bodies.
  38. 38. This is where we fit in •Mfg + Production •Formulation •QC+QA P’ Cology Drug Metabolism & P’Kinetics Medicinal Chemistry Drug Discovery Process Basic research in Institutes (PhD) & Industries
  39. 39. Overview of Product Development in a Pharma Industry
  40. 40. Sales & Marketing • Connecting link between the company and medical professionals/hospitals.
  41. 41. Pharma Related Govt. Jobs Post B. Pharmacy Hospital Pharmacist Railway Pharmacist Govt. Analyst Govt. Forensic Lab Drug Inspector
  42. 42. Other Govt. Jobs As a degree holder, you are eligible for all other govt. jobs including • Banking Jobs (including RBI) • Railway Jobs • Defence Jobs • Telecom Jobs • Police Dept. Jobs • Academics • Staff Selection Committee (SSC)-CGL Jobs • Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Jobs Note: Check their respective websites for notifications. There will be an entrance examination followed by an interview for the shortlisted candidates.
  43. 43. Subscribe for Govt. Job alerts & Notifications Pharma Jobs • http://www.pharmatutor.org/ • http://gpatindia.com/pharma-job- alert/ • https://www.ingovtjob.com/qualifi cation/b-pharma/ • http://www.jagranjosh.com/bphar ma-jobs-st-1450172350 • http://www.sarkarinaukrisarch.in/ qualification/b-pharma/ • http://www.freejobs- alert.com/qualification/b-pharma/ • https://www.freshersworld.com/b pharm-jobs-vacancies/666607 Other Govt. Jobs • http://www.freejobalert.com/ • https://www.ithesarkarinaukri.co.i n/free-job-alert-2016- 2017/252218 • http://www.jagranjosh.com/job- alert-st-1397476884 • https://www.ingovtjob.com/ • https://www.fresherslive.com/gov t-jobs • http://www.govtjobsite.in/govt- jobs-recruitment/ • http://govtjobs.allindiajobs.in/ • http://www.govtjobsform.in/gover nment-jobs/
  44. 44. Teaching Eligibility: B. PharmacyEligibility: M. Pharmacy Eligibility: Ph. D Eligibility: Post-Doc Eligibility: M. Pharmacy Eligibility: Ph. D
  45. 45. Invest time in Productive Stuff
  46. 46. Some very informative websites 1. Massive open online courses (MOOC): Helping you learn from the comfort of your room Free Courses • https://www.khanacademy.org/ : Khan Academy • https://www.coursera.org/ : Coursera • https://www.edx.org/ : EdX • https://www.futurelearn.com/ : Future Learn • https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm : MIT Open Courseware • http://oli.cmu.edu/ : Carnegie Mellon Univ. Open Learning Initiative • http://oyc.yale.edu/ : Yale University Open Yale Courses Paid Courses • https://www.udemy.com/ : Udemy • https://iversity.org/ (Business Management)
  47. 47. 2. Learning a New Habit • https://www.duolingo.com/ : Learning a new language • https://www.codecademy.com/ : Learn to Code • https://www.chesscademy.com/ : Learn to play Chess • https://www.justinguitar.com/ : Learn to play Guitar • http://lizardpoint.com/ : Geography • http://www.ted.com/ : Great talks on various subjects • http://www.lifehacker.co.in/ : Tips and tricks for everyday life • http://www.addictivetips.com/ : Tips and tricks for the techies • http://www.instructables.com/ : Make it yourself Others: • http://www.letsintern.com/blog/37-best-websites-to-learn- something-new/ • https://www.quora.com/What-YouTube-channels-are-you- subscribed-to
  48. 48. Just Remember
  49. 49. References
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