Karnataka Antibiotics & Pharmaceuticals Ltd., (KAPL) Bangalore is a Government Enterprise. From a modest beginning in 1984, KAPL has grown from strength to strength in the areas of manufacturing and marketing of various life saving and essential drugs. With an ISO accredition from KPMG, Netherlands, KAPL is recognised for its total commitment to quality and services in domestic and international markets. On profit from inception, KAPL facilities are approved by many international clients.
Post: Professional Sales Representative/Medical Representative
A new establishment of retail and wholesale medicine at vaishali nagar, jaipur, rajasthan
Post : Pharmacist
Applications are invited for the position of ONE Junior Research Fellow (JRF-1) to work in the DST Indo-South Africa joint sponsored project entitled “Development of innovative Indigenous knowledge system (IKS)-based new cosmetic raw material: Isolation, extraction and chemical profiling of melanin biosynthesis pathways-based natural compounds from Indian and South-African medicinal plants” under the supervision of undersigned. The Position is temporary and is available immediately for one year which can be extendable upto 3 years based on candidate's performance.
Post : Junior Research Fellow
Regional Ayurveda Research Institute for Endocrine Disorders (CCRAS) will conduct a Walk-In-Interview exclusively for all eligible candidates for the recruitment to 2 posts of Pharmacist on contractual basis under the specific project.
Candidates may attend the walk-in along with all documents on 05-01-2017 (9:00 am) at the given venue.Candidates should remember that non-fulfillment of the eligibility conditions will result in cancellation of candidature at any stage.
Post : Pharmacist - 02 posts
The Foundation has been established with a mission to be a nucleus of excellence in varied fields of education with positive attitude, high values, commitment and dedication.
AMTZ (Andhra MedTech Zone) aims to make India a self-sufficient and in fact an exporter of good quality and cost-effective medical technology.
The objective of the Seminar was to familiarize the Industry on this opportunity which exists in fulfilling this gap which is likely to only widen as the healthcare services reach out to semi-urban and rural areas. The seminar also threw up opportunities for foreign collaborations for technology transfers and financing for setting up units.
The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) strongly opposes the ideas which arise through some recent news indicates that there have been discussion regarding enabling the unqualified persons to be "pharmacists" by initiating some training courses. IPA firmly stated that medical stores/pharmacies should be run only in presence and under supervision of qualified, registered pharmacists.