D.Pharmacy is a two-year regular full-time diploma programme designed to equip individuals to work in hospitals, community pharmacies, and other pharmaceutical-related sectors under the supervision of a licenced pharmacist.Academic training lasts two years with a minimum of 180 working days each year, followed by a practical training of 500 hours spread over three months at a government hospital, dispensary, or pharmacy recognised by PCI-New Delhi.
2 years + 3 months training
from higher education programmes such as B.Pharm, certified candidates may
begin working as chemists in India.
Working as a chemist at government/private
hospitals/community health centres
Other than working for hospitals or private drug stores,
such professionals with adequate financial resources and business abilities may
open their own private drug stores.
Work at pharmaceutical firms in a variety of departments
such as process control, production, quality control, and marketing. They may
work in the marketing sector for companies that promote pharmaceutical goods.
Medical salespeople, medical transcriptionists, and technical supervisors are
among jobs they might have.
In private companies, production executives and
scientific officers are employed.