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What After B. Pharmacy Course? – A Complete Guide

What After B. Pharma Course?

So, you’ve done the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree course, and are now wondering what to do next? This is a question that is on many B. Pharm graduates minds. B. Pharma is an excellent bachelors course. Pharmacy is one of the most important industries in the country. The best example of this is that even during the strict COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, pharmacy businesses shops and Clinical Research Companies were allowed to operate because they are a necessity. This industry is considered to be recession-proof, and will also be the saviour of humanity in case of another pandemic. So, you have done a smart move by doing B. Pharma. But what next, now?

Amazing Tips For Applying To Clinical Research Jobs

Getting Job as Clinical Research Associate is a challenging Task. With the Relevant qualifications, skills and experience you need to face the interview you need a right approach to get Clinical Research Jobs in a Successfully. Here we Discuss the Tips to get Clinical Research Associate Job in a Easy way.

What type of government jobs are available for B.Pharm & M.Pharm graduates?

The President of the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) is Dr. B. Suresh. According to the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), the government job opportunities are available. PCI is pursuing this matter with the Union Health Ministry for the Pharmacy candidates for the placements in government sectors. List of Govt.Jobs for Pharmacy Graduates There are […]

Top 100 List of the Clinical Research Companies in India

Clininfotech is a leading Clinical Research Training Institute have got the request from freshers looking to make a career in Pharmacy, career in Life Science, career in Medicine, as you read through or scroll down this article on Clinical Research Companies in Bangalore & Pharmacovigilance companies in Bangalore.

Top 7 Career Options in Clinical Research

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