You too may sometimes wonder what the doctors prescribe on the prescription of medicine and more than that, it is surprising that the person appointed at the medical store understands and gives the medicine.
Actually, this person who understands medical language is called a pharmacist. Without it, it is impossible to open a medical story or drugstore anywhere. Even in big pharmaceutical companies, the role of a pharmacist is very important.
On World Pharmacist Day, let us know who can become a pharmacist and which are the best institutes for studying in the country.
Pharmacist has an important role in the Health Department. Pharmacists are also called chemists. They play an important role in improving the health department, improving health services.
Today, on September 25, World Pharmacist Day is being celebrated all over the world, it was started in Istanbul in 2009 by the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Congress.
For this, the day of 25 September was chosen because the FIP was established in 1912 on the same date. Every year FIP members participate in World Pharmacists Day. Members of the organization raise awareness about the activities of pharmacists in the country.
Pharmacists are ready to serve the public. The special thing about World Pharmacist Day is that every year the International Pharmaceutical Federation sets a theme. In this case, the theme of this year is 'From study to health care: Your pharmacist is prompt in your service'.
Let us tell you that there are more than one lakh registered pharmacists in India. The Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) also participates extensively on World Pharmacist Day. PCI has also released a poster to mark the occasion. Apart from this, World Pharmacist Day has also been celebrated especially in pharmacy colleges.
If you want to become a pharmacist, then you should have the subjects of Biology, Physics and Chemistry in the 12th standard and while passing the 12th, all three should have more than 50 percent marks. Such students take admission in the entrance exam conducted by the state government and other institutes for studying the course of D pharmacy, where the education starts after passing.
Pharmacist course fees vary from private and government institutions, but overall it varies between 50 thousand to 1.5 lakh. The time of a pharmacist's course is 2 years and in this both the study and practical course runs. A two-year course has both study and practical forms.
To become a pharmacist, the second course is also B Pharmacy under which a degree course is offered, the duration of which is three years. For this, the same qualification is required to become a D Pharma.