Here you can easily find the study material for Remedial Biology in the First year (1st semester), Pharmacology-I or Basic Pharmacology in the second year (4th semester), and Novel Drug delivery systems in the Fourth year (7th semester).
1. Students who are preparing for GPAT are prioritized, and my notes comprise the compact and go-to depth of the full pharmaceutical subjects.
2. Students who are preparing for other government examinations in pharmacy will also get a lot of help from my notes.
3. My notes are a whole verse of what is included in pharmaceutical knowledge of pharmacy.
Bachelor of Pharmacy, also called B. Pharm, is a 4-year undergraduate degree course in the pharmacy field. To complete B. Pharm, students have to pass all subjects (1st to 4th year), and then only an individual can practice as a Pharmacist or Chemist.
As already discussed, B. Pharmacy is a 4-year duration course that is divided into 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years. And each year has two semesters, collectively a total of 8 semesters ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Semester).
I have mentioned the latest best study material notes for B. pharm students. These notes are useful for understanding, assignment preparation, and internal and external final exam preparations. All the notes are based on the latest syllabus of the Pharmacy council of India.
Assistant professor in IIMT Group of colleges, Greater Noida and I have been awarded twice with the Best Teacher Award in 2021 and 2022 by the college. My Previous experience in teaching includes TIPER (Translam Institute of Education and Research) and MIET (Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology) at the post of Assistant professor. My list of publications are as under-
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2.Choudhary A., Kumar A., Sharma R., Khurana L., Jain S., Sharma S., Kumar D., Sharma S.; Optimal Vitamin D Level Ameliorates Neurological Outcome and Quality of Life after Traumatic Brain Injury: A Clinical Perspective.
3.Munjal K, Sharma S, Sharma S, Kumar D, Chaudhary A, Berwal R, Kumar A; A Single dose (60,000 IU) Effect comparision between different Vitamin D3 formulations on serum 25- Hydroxyvitamin D level in subject with Mild vitamin D3 Deficiency: An International Randomized Study.
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