What is the scope of B.Pharm?

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Asked by Ankit Bhatia

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    PUNIT JAIN I am a b.tech computer science student | Guide-Level 12

    5 years ago
    There are lot of scopes. I am going to talk about the paths commonly opted by students:
    Getting a job directly after B. Pharma: Graduates who do not wish to pursue post graduate studies or plan on doing them later try to get jobs after B.Pharma. Jobs are usually offered in the field of sales and marketing. Some also work as pharmacists in hospitals whereas some are able to secure jobs at manufacturing facilities of pharmaceutical companies. Some also set up their own pharmacy. MBA after B. Pharma: Some students pursue MBA after B.Pharma whereas some pursue it after gaining a few years' experience (usually in sales and marketing). Depend
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    Daksh Ahuja | Contributor-Level 9

    6 years ago
    After B.Pharma, you can work as:
    As research and development you can work as: Drug inspector, Food inspector, Scientist in defense (DRDO), Product manager, Quality assurance, Clinical data manager, Doctor relationship manager, Clinical research organisation, Hospital pharmacist, Field manager, Pharmaceutical product dealer, Retail outlet chain manager (Pharmacy), Health Care Executive, Medical Billing Service, Medical Transcriptors, Self Employed etc. But the most important thing is that from where you are pursuing your degree. There are few renown institutions like:
    PSG College of Pharmacy, Lovely Professional University, JSS College
  • Hello Ankit,
    Pharmacy field is a very vast and a fast growing sector nowadays. Tremendous increase in the rise of various hospitals, pharmaceutical firms and nursing homes all over the country has gradually increased numerous opportunities for the pharmacy graduates.
    There are diverse employment areas for the pharmacists such as in government departments, pharmaceutical companies, investigation, universities, research institutes, teaching hospitals, etc. Within these industries, the pharmacists are engaged in the activities like formulation, production, development and distribution of various existing and new drugs for the dispensary use

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