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Job Openings for M.Pharm, B.Pharm in Production at KAPL

Karnataka Antibiotics & Pharmaceuticals Limited, (KAPL) Bengaluru is a Government of India Enterprise.  Karnataka Antibiotics and Pharmaceuticals Limited is a Joint Sector Company of Government of India with 59.17% of shareholding and 40.83% from Government of Karnataka through Karnataka State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (KSIIDC).  From a modest beginning in 1984, KAPL has grown exponentially in the areas of manufacturing and marketing of various life saving and essential drugs. KAPL is a WHO-GMP certified organization and with the ISO accreditation, KAPL has been recognized for the total commitment to quality and services to cater domestic and international markets.

Post : Management Trainees – Production

No. of Post : 8

Age : Below 26 years

The candidate should be B.Pharmacy / M.Pharmacy graduate with or without experience. The training is for a period of two years with a consolidated monthly stipend of Rs.15,000/- during first year and Rs.17,000/- during second year. The candidates will be trained in different sections of Production Departmental activities. Carrying out In-process checks for ensuring the quality of products. Preference will be given to SC/ST/OBC candidates, as per Govt. Rules.

The above trainee position is purely temporary in nature and ceases after the expiry of two years.

The candidates applying for the above post should  write “ Application for the post of ………………………………   ” on the top of the envelope.

The application should reach us on or before 21/09/2020.

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