Opportunity in Drug testing laboratory & production at Indian Medicines Pharmaceutical Corporation Limited - Govt Job

The Company, a ‘MINI RATNA’, ISO 9001-2008 and GMP Certified Central PSU, requires bright and dynamic professionals for the various departments of the Company on the basis of purely temporary arrangement for one year

Career as Pharmacist/ Asst.Pharmacist, Pharmacy Assistant, Centre In Charge for AMRIT Pharmacy Outlet at AIIMS

HLL Lifecare Limited, a Mini Ratna Central Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India is a global provider of high quality healthcare products & services. With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities spanning across India, HLL is diversifying into vaccine manufacturing, lifecare services, sanitary napkins besides engaging in procurement consultancy, healthcare infrastructure development and facility management.

Post: Pharmacist/ Asst.Pharmacist, Pharmacy Assistant, Centre In Charge



Aman Mittal
Smt. Tarawati Institute of Biomedical & Allied Science
Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Floating drug delivery systems (FDDS) are the drug delivery systems having a bulk density lower than the gastric content and they remain buoyant in the stomach for a prolonged period of time, with the potential for continuous release of drug. Cinnarizine, a H1-receptor antagonist, used for the treatment for vestibular vertigo disorders and motion sickness was selected as the drug aspirant and Gelucire 43/01 was selected as a lipid carrier in different ratio (1:0.5, 1:1, 1:1.5) along with drug to be formulated as gastro retentive multiparticulate system. The formulation F1 to F9 were prepared and formulation F4 to F9 were evaluated for in-vitro drug release and formulation F5 was selected as optimized formulation that exhibited good floating ability and zero order drug release (93.56 %) at the end of 8 hrs. The in-vitro drug release study of the aged sample show phase conversion of Gelucire. The phase conversion also caused increase in drug release. In conclusion, hydrophobic lipid, Gelucire 43/01 can be considered as an effective carrier for design of a multiple unit floating drug delivery system of cinnarizine.

4th Annual Pharma Management Workshop

The “P” in PM is as much about

– Cornelius Fichtner

Project management in the pharmaceutical industry is gaining a lot more traction across the globe, and the interest in this methodology to work on projects is here to stay as organisations across the globe see the value of it. Professionals who have been trained in project management certifications are in great demand around the world.

Whether or not you hold the official title of project manager, chances are you'll be called upon to lead some sort of project at some time.

Why do you need Project Management Training? 

Organizations that incorporated project management training boosted their project success rate by 26%.


Projects that met all of the organizational objectives provided 

the amount of training

and without the training the projects failed or partly succeeded.


According to PMI, 67% of project managers believe that project management training contributes to better project performance across all business KPIs.

Organizations that allocated
7% of their budget
towards project management training completed their projects successfully than the organizations that allocated only 4% towards training.


In the face of technological evolution, the need for project management best practices is more than ever. Understanding the growing response of project management in the pharmaceutical industry CPhI takes pride in introducing its 4th Annual Pharma Management Workshop happening on 21- 22 March 2016, at The Westin, Mumbai.

The workshop aims to ensure you gain a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques of project management and how they can be applied to your pharmaceutical projects  thereby resulting in timely, budgeted and quality projects
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Government vacancies for Pharmacists (54 Posts) in CRPF | All India level

Applications are invited from male/female Indian citizens to fill up the following posts of Group “B” and “C” non ministerial, non gazetted, combatised paramedical staff in CRPF on all India basis. The posts are temporary but likely to become permanent.

Post: Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacists)