Walk in for Senior Research Fellow in National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) is the first national level institute in pharmaceutical sciences with a proclaimed objective of becoming a centre of excellence for advanced studies and research in pharmaceutical sciences. The Government of India has declared NIPER as an ‘Institute of National Importance’.

Opening for Pharmacist at Bhai Ghanaiya Ji Institute of Health, Panjab University

The University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the Panjab University is a premier institution of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in the country. The institute has covered a long and glorious journey of 76 years starting from Lahore in 1944 and finally settling to the present campus in Chandigarh at the foothills of Himachal. In its travelogue, the institute crossed multiple milestones and continue to head ahead towards the well-defined goals.

Opening for Business Development Executive, Area Sales Manager, Sales Officer/ Territory Officer, HR Assistant, Account Assistant @ 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.

Application are invited from Pharmacist (Group-C) in Chandigarh Administration

Applications on prescribed format stating full particulars i.e. Educational Qualification, and age etc. are invited from Indian Citizens for filling up of Two posts of Pharmacists (Group-C) in the Health Department, U.T., Chandigarh. The requisite qualification, , age, pay scale etc is given below.

Post: Pharmacist (regular)


About Author:
Swati Manik
Department of Pharmacognosy,
I.S.F. College of Pharmacy, Moga, Punjab

There is a great demand of the herbal drugs from both the developing as well as developed nations because of their efficacy, safety and lesser side effects as compared to synthetic molecules. These drugs also offer therapeutics for age-related disorders like memory loss, osteoporosis, immune disorders, etc. for which no modern medicine is available. It shows the promisingcontribution of herbal drugs in both economy and health concern, thus, it is ground enough to invest on their development.As the effectiveness and acceptability of the herbal products greatly depends upon its quality. The lack of standardization is the key factor due to that India despite of its rich traditional knowledge, heritage of herbal medicines and large biodiversity has a dismal share of the export to the world market. Therefore, the quality assurance of herbal drug/products is the need of an hour. Hence, standardization has become an essential component of the herbal drug/products that ensures the benefits of the herbal drugs.
Thus, by standardization of herbal drugs/products the Indian herbal market and even the export of herbal medicines will increase, making “India the Pharma Power House”.