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    Can I do D-Pharm after completing 10th in 2010 with 60.18%?

    hello sir/mam
    can i do d-pharm after completing 10th in 2010 and my percentege is 60.18





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    pabolu manikanta
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    Thumbs up Re: Can I do D-Pharm after completing 10th in 2010 with 60.18%?

    Hello Friend

    Yes, you can join in D.Pharmacy as your percentage is good at your 10th standard level, but you must have minimum 10+2 qualification.

    Diploma in Pharmacy is a professional Degree where it gives you the license to start your profession as a Pharmacist. The duration of the D.Pharmacy course is 2 years after which you will be obtain a Diploma Degree in Pharmacy then you have to get registered under the Pharmacy Council of India ( PCI ) as a registered pharmacist so that you can start your profession.

    If you want to go for higher studies then you can join in B.Pharmacy direct into the 2nd year of the course through the later entry scheme by attempting the common written examination conducted by the respective board.

    To join in D.Pharmacy after your 10+2 you must have completed it with Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Mathematics as your main subjects from any recognized board.

    So dude starting your career as a Pharmacist to achieve success, first you must have interest over the subject, strong analytical abilities, patient counseling skills, patience etc.

    Pharm D, is the course that is introduced by the Indian Pharmacists Council which is a 6 year Doctorate Degree program, comprising of 5 year class room training including project and in final year there will be internship in any 500 bed hospitals. After the completion of the course you will be directly considered as a equal to Masters and you can pursue Ph.D.

    The minimum qualification to enter into Pharm D course is also 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Mathematics as your main subjects from any recognized board.

    So dude these are the information regarding the D.Pharmacy and its related streams, for any further information you can leave your message here.

    Regards.




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