Walk in for Pharmacist, Assistant Pharmacist in HLL Lifecare

HLL Lifecare Limited (formerly Hindustan Latex Limited) India’s leading manufacturers and marketers of Contraceptive, Health Care and Pharma products is a Mini Ratna Company under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, with seven manufacturing units and Marketing offices throughout the country.

HLL is on the lookout for dynamic, result oriented, performance driven Pharmacists having good track record in the relevant field. Postings shall be done on Fixed term contract basis and emoluments will be fixed depending upon qualifications, skills and experience.

Post: Pharmacist, Assistant Pharmacist

Walk in for Lecturer in Society for Ayurvedic Pharmacy Education and Training H.P.

Society for Ayurvedic Pharmacy Education and Training Joginder Nagar H.P. functioning under the Department of Ayurveda Govt. of H.P. is in the process of filling up of one post of Lecturer in the subject of Pharmacology purely on lecture basis for the College of Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Sciences. Jogindernagar being run by this Society. Candidates fulfilling the eligibility conditions as prescribed below are invited to attend the walk-in-interview at Directorate of Ayurveda. SDA Complex-Shimla. H.P. at 11:00 AM sharp on dated: 15.09.2015

Post: Lecturer purely lecturer basis

Job for Pharmacist at ECHS, Shimla

Retired Armed Forces personnel till 2002 could avail medical facilities only for specific high cost surgery/treatment for a limited number of diseases covered under the Army Group Insurance(Medical Branch Scheme) (AGI(MBS)) and Armed Forces Group Insurance Scheme(Management Information System) (AFGIS (MIS)) schemes. These medicare schemes could provide some relief to the ESM, but it was not a comprehensive scheme as compared to and available for other Central Government Employees.

Walk-in-interview for Graduate in science/Pharmacy & Post graduate in science/Pharmacy post of Principal site coordinator, Site coordinator in Indira Gandhi Medical College

Walk-in-interview will he held on dated 14-10-2014 2:00 PM in the Committee Room Indira Gandhi Medical College Shimla to fill up the following posts under upcoming trial on A phase III Study on RV Vaccine Study to he conducted in the department of Pediatrics.

Post: Principal site coordinator, Site coordinator


Prajjval Makhaik
School Of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Bahra University, Shimla Hills

Scaffolds represent important components for tissue engineering. Scaffolds are used for drug delivery in tissue engineering as this system is a highly porous structure that allows tissue growth. A scaffold provides a suitable substrate for cell attachment, cell proliferation, differentiated function, and cell migration. Scaffold matrices can be used to achieve drug delivery with high loading and efficiency to specific sites. Biomaterials used for fabrication of scaffold may be natural polymers such as alginate, proteins, collagens, gelatin, fibrins, and albumin, or synthetic polymers such as polyvinyl alcohol and polyglycolide. Bio ceramics such as hydroxyapatites and tricalcium phosphates also are used. Techniques used for fabrication of a scaffold include particulate leaching, freeze-drying, supercritical fluid technology, thermally induced phase separation, rapid prototyping, powder compaction, sol-gel, and melt moulding. These techniques allow the preparation of porous structures with regular porosity. Scaffold are used successfully in  various fields of tissue engineering such as bone formation, periodontal regeneration, repair  of nasal and auricular malformations, cartilage development, as artificial corneas, as heart  valves, in tendon repair ,in ligament replacement, and in tumours. Scaffold also can be used to provide adequate signals (e.g., through the use of adhesion peptides and growth factors) to the cells, to induce and maintain them in their desired differentiation stage, and to maintain their survival   and growth. Some of the important issues regarding scaffolds as drug delivery reviewed in this article.