Pharmacy Teaching

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Pharmacy Teaching

Pharma Admission

pharma admission

 

I am having 15 years of academics and research experience working now as Professor and Head Pharmaceutics Department.
I am M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics). I have awarded PhD in June 2014 in faculty of Natural Sciences under Dept. of Biotechnology by Acharya Nagarjuna University Guntur. My degree will be consider for promotion as Professor or HOD or Principal or as director in other pharmacy institute as per new regulation that come in November 2014 i.e after my degree was awarded.
Any body suggest me.


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you can definitely work as

you can definitely work as Principal based on your degree. Some university or institute ask for post Ph.D experience too.

A.Lakshmi Narayana (not verified)
REGARDING ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY FOR POST OF LECTURER for D.PHARMA

I am pursuing M.PHARMACY, PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY 4th sem in Andhra University. I am interested in PHARMACY TEACHING. What are the minimum qualifications for teaching D.PHARMACY AND M.PHARMACY.

THANKING YOU

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Minimum Eligibility to be

Minimum Eligibility to be lecturer in D.Pharm course:
PCI recognized M.Pharm/ Pharm.D
OR
PCI recognized  B.Pharm

Minimum Eligibility to be lecturer in B.Pharm/M.Pharm course:
First Class B.Pharm with Master’s degree in Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in appropriate branch of specialization in Pharmacy (Qualification must be PCI recognized). A PCI recognized Pharm.D degree holder shall also be eligible for the posts of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in the subjects of pathophysiology, pharmacology and pharmacy practice.
A lecturer will be re-designated as Assistant Professor after 2 years of  teaching experience in PCI approved/ recognized Pharmacy College.

Preference: Ph.D degree in any of Pharmacy subjects (Ph.D. Qualifications must  be PCI recognized).

Maharani tushar (not verified)
Job seeker

I'm 10years experience complete m. Pharmacy in pharmaceutical chemistry so please any relevant job for me

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