Pharmaceutical Chemistry I for First Year Diploma in Pharmacy (0805) Strictly Based on Syllabus as per ER 1991. The third edition of the now popular and successful book includes Board Question Papers 2010 to 2017.The book is written,presented and published to meet the requirements of students of diploma in pharmacy (D Pharm) in accordance with the new revised syllabus under ER 1991 of Pharmacy Council of India. Written in a lucid and simple language, it attempts to demystify and simplify the basic concepts for the students of pharmacy for proper understanding of the subject and to get a sure success in the state board examinations.
The salient features of the present book are:
- Topics described in easy language
- To the point answers
- Shows the way to attempt board examinations in the simplest way
The series, comprising six books each for the first year and second year diploma students, is aptly named CBS Confident Pharmacy Series as each volume is designed to inspire self-confidence in the reader. This book, as well as the entire series, will be useful not only to both the students and the teachers of diploma in pharmacy, but also the candidates desiring to attempt competitive examinations for job opportunities in pharmacy profession such as hospital pharmacist (PHC, Civil Hospital, etc.).
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Edition||3/e (1st reprint)|
|About the Author||
V. N. Raje is currently Principal, Gourishankar Education Society’s (GES) College of Pharmacy (D Pharm),Limb,Satara,Maharashtra. He has over 26 years of experience in teaching to diploma in pharmacy level students. He has excellent track record in various academic institutes of high repute and is actively engaged in teaching, administration and service to the profession. He has contributed to social awareness programmes by counselling and guiding through radio programmes and motivating the students regarding the career opportunities in pharmacy profession.He has put in extensive effort in compiling this series comprising 12 titles, 6 each for first year and second year diploma in pharmacy students.