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Launch of Computer Based Online Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test ( GPAT ) - 2013 for admission in Post Graduate Pharmacy Programme

The Scores in Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) have been in use till the year 2010 for admission in Master’s Programme in Pharmacy (M.Pharm) & Engineering and also for awarding fellowships / scholarships to Pharmacy Graduates along with engineering graduates. Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) an all India Examination was then launched by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi separately with effect from academic year 2011 - 12 for admission in Master’s Programme in Pharmacy (M. Pharm) and for award of fellowships.


Career Opportunity for post of PHARMACIST in Medical and Healthcare Service | 1209 Posts

Rajasthan Medical and Health Subordinate Service Rules 1965 as amended rules under the Medical and Health Department Direct recruitment for regular appointments to the posts of pharmacists (1209), invites online application for 2013.

The reservation is provided as per rules. The no. of posts may increase or decrease as per requirement of department and for this there will no other advertisement will release.

Post: Pharmacist - 1209 posts


Require more than 200 MEDICAL REPRESENTATIVES in different locations of India

We are 5th largest pharma co. of India and going to launch OPHTHALMIC DIVISION at India level and we require more than 200 MEDICAL REPRESENTATIVES in different locations of India.

Post: Medical Representative [ Ophthalmic division ]


PharmaTutor organizing, PHARMA ASCENT - 2013, all India level PRE-GPAT online exam

PharmaTutor.org has decided to conduct an online competition focusing various pharma entrance exams such as GPAT, NIPER-JEE, CET, MAHE, Bits-exam, NMAT and others.

This competition will be held on 31st March, 2013. This event is one of the pharma initiative from PharmaTutor.org


GREEN BLOOD THERAPY

About Author:
Ravi Kant
B.Pharm
Maharshi arvind institute of pharmacy, jaipur
rvkantyadav00@gmail.com

1. Introduction:-
Wheat grass consists of carbohydrates, proteins, all essential minerals and vitamins. As wheat grass juice bears a closer resemblance to the " haemogolobin " in our blood, the juice is often called as " green blood" and the therapy using it is called as " green blood therapy" wheat grass juice is complete food. Wheatgrass (baby wheat) juice is an extremely natural food. Since Dr. Anne Wigmore rediscovered the nutritional qualities of wheatgrass juice in 1960, the juice has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world to overcome serious health problems.

However wheatgrass juice is not a panacea. If you continue to consume processed foods, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, burned foods and other toxic substances that can make you ill, a few milliliters of wheatgrass juice each day won't make much difference. Instead, try consuming a predominately (or entirely) raw food diet with organic wheatgrass juice. You will most likely experience a world of improvement.


ANTIPYRETIC ACTIVITY OF SEED EXTRACTS OF Gynocardia Odorata roxb. IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS

About Authors:
Urmila moyal*, Ram garg
NIMS Institute of Pharmacy, NIMS University,
Shobha Nagar, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
*urmilamoyal@gmail.com

Abstract:
The study was designed to evaluate antidiabetic activity of ethanolic and aqueous seed extracts of Gynocardia  Odorata  in

  • Brewer’s yeast induced pyrexia in rats.
  • TAB vaccine-induced pyrexia in rabbits.

The seeds were collected, authenticated and shade dried. Shade dried seeds were then grinded into coarse powder and processed for further studies. Ethanolic and aqueous extracts were prepared and the phytochemical screening was performed. Ethanolic and aqueous both extracts were evaluated for the antipyretic activity by Brewer’s yeast induced pyrexia in rats and TAB vaccine-induced pyrexia in rabbits. Both the extracts showed the significant antipyretic activity but the maximum antipyretic activity by aqueous extract of Gynocardia odorata roxb.seeds. From study we concluded that both ethanolic and aqueous, seed extracts of Gynocardia odorata  have antipyretic activity, but the aqueous extract of Gynocardia odorata showed more significance then ethanolic extract.


ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY OF SEED EXTRACTS OF Gynocardia Odorata ROXB. IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS

About Author:
Urmila Moyal
NIMS Institute of Pharmacy, NIMS University,
Shobha Nagar, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
urmilamoyal@gmail.com

Abstract:
The study was designed to evaluate antidiabetic activity of ethanolic and aqueous seed extracts of Gynocardia Odorata roxb.in streptozotocin induced diabetes in 2 days old pups models. The seeds were collected, authenticated and shade dried. Shade dried seeds were then grinded into coarse powder and processed for further studies. Ethanolic and aqueous extracts were prepared and the phytochemical screening was performed. Ethanolic and aqueous both extracts were evaluated for the antidiabetic activity by using the streptozotocin induced diabetes in 2 days old pups model. After 3 months of streptozotocin administration pups become diabetic then different treatment were given to animals. After 3 weeks treatment estimation of biological parameters like serum glucose, cholesterol and triglyceride were performed and body weight, water intake and food intake were also recorded. Histopathological study was performed to study the structure of islets of pancreas in different group of animals. After 3 weeks treatment of ethanolic and aqueous extracts, when the biological parameters i.e. serum glucose, cholesterol and triglyceride were estimated and compared with diabetic untreated group there was a significant decrease were observed. Treatment also reversed the loss of body weight and increased demand of food intake and water intake when compared with diabetic untreated group. From the above study we concluded that both ethanolic and aqueous, seed extracts of Gynocardia Odorata roxb.have antidiabetic activity, but the aqueous extract of Gynocardia Odorata roxb.showed more significance then ethanolic extract.


National Seminar on Recent Trends in Development of Novel Drug Delivery Systems 16th-17th March 2013 at Jaipur College of Pharmacy

Jaipur College of Pharmacy was established by the Modern Society for Education and Research in year 2003 under the leadership of Prof. M . M . Agarwal, eminent educationist and former Joint Director of College Education, Government of Rajasthan for imparting quality education in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences. The college is successfully running D. Pharm, B.Pharm. M.Pharm. (Specialization in Pharmaceutics & Pharmacology) courses and 8 batches of D.Pharm, 6 batches of B.Pharm & 1 batch of M. Pharm has already passed out from this college and students of these batches are well settled. Jaipur College of Pharmacy is also approved research centre for Ph.D.


Walk in for the Post of Pharmacist in North Western Railway - 5 posts

Applications are invited for walk-in interview for engagement for engagement to the post of Lab Assistant. Health & Malaria Inspector, Staff Nurse, Pharmacist, Radiographer, District Extension Educator, Refractionist, Dental Hygienist, Physiotherapist, on the dates given below at the venue mentioned hereinafter for posting at Jaipur. Jodhpur, Bikaner, Ajmer Stations. Candidates should come prepared to stay at their own expenses for one or more days, as required. Candidates must come with an application (duly filled in), original as well as attested photocopies of their certificates in respect of Educational Qualifications.


INDIAN DRUG REGULATORY SYSTEM: MOVING TO A NEW ERA

About Author:
Priyank Sharma
M. Pharm, Drug Regulatory Affairs
Jaipur National University
Jaipur, Rajasthan
Priyank2k4urwith@gmail.com

Abstract:
The Pharmaceutical industry represents one of the India’s strength.  The regulation of pharmaceuticals in India is generally seen to be in need of reform, and has been the subject of many official commissions since 1995. Most commentators agree that the state should intervene to prevent untrammeled market forces leading to citizens’ suffering, because adequate information about the costs and benefits of different pharmaceuticals is inaccessible to most users. But in India, a wide range of stakeholders must be considered before changes can be made to the regulatory framework.


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