What course should I take to study cosmetology after my Bachelor of Pharmacy?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Emmaline Richards



What course should I take to study cosmetology after my Bachelor of Pharmacy?

Education requirements

The specific educational requirements to become a cosmetologist vary by state, but each state requires cosmetologists to have valid licenses. Generally, graduation from an accredited beauty or cosmetology school satisfies the cosmetologist licensure requirement.

Sometimes an apprenticeship can be substituted for graduation from a cosmetology school for the sake of licensure. In any case, cosmetologists generally must demonstrate that they have satisfactory knowledge and skills in cosmetology by passing an exam.

During a cosmetology training program, which generally lasts from nine months to a year, students receive instruction in haircutting and styling, chemical texture services, hair and scalp color treatments, manicures and pedicures, application of acrylic nails, facials, massages and brow shaping.

Typical courses may include hair and scalp analysis, scalp disorders and diseases, color application techniques, hair cutting tools and implements, hair design principles, chemistry and safety to enhance nails, benefits and techniques massage, waxing, safe work practices and cosmetology laws. Many curricula also include in-depth instruction on classroom management.

Cosmetologists engage in a number of duties, requiring prior training through an apprenticeship or degree program leading to licensure or certification.

YES, it is a really good course and the second best option to enter the Noble field of Medicine, first MBBS.

Also note that a pharmacist has more relevant medical knowledge in addition to diagnosis than a BHMS BDS BAMS BUMS B (etc.) MS, as he studies to gain knowledge and grows even more when pursuing a career.

The course:

Duration: 4 years

Cost: 4-9 lacquers (more or less depending on the institution)

Difficulty:

Attending conferences - easy

Miss Lectures Study Regularly: Easy

Study Miss Practical regularly - I don't recommend it

Written assignments: nothing compared to engineers

Study a month before the exams: Eas

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YES, it is a really good course and the second best option to enter the Noble field of Medicine, first MBBS.

Also note that a pharmacist has more relevant medical knowledge in addition to diagnosis than a BHMS BDS BAMS BUMS B (etc.) MS, as he studies to gain knowledge and grows even more when pursuing a career.

The course:

Duration: 4 years

Cost: 4-9 lacquers (more or less depending on the institution)

Difficulty:

Attending conferences - easy

Miss Lectures Study Regularly: Easy

Study Miss Practical regularly - I don't recommend it

Written assignments: nothing compared to engineers

Study a month before exams: easy

Study a week before exams: average

Studying at hour 12: risky

Additional Curriculum: many things including sports, debates, presentations, guest lectures, seminars (varies between universities). Make sure before choosing the university, as this is very important when looking for career options.

The best thing about college is that you join when you are a teenager and leave as an adult, you also make a lot of friends or even LOVE.

Career prospects:

Sales and Marketing:

By far the best payment option.

Annual packages 1.50 - 3.30 lacs PA fresh

If you are interested in pursuing a career in pharmaceutical marketing or pharmaceutical sales (both are different professions, just start as a medical representative to pursue one in the future)

Pros: Dynamic profession that is highly valued by a stable candidate. Responsible for the income of a company, all departments are investments. You learn a lot of things very fast. Quick promotions.

You can also join

Training department

HOUR

Statistics

Strategy

Some other cross functions - (more than all career prospects)

Also, you can become Marketing Manager with less than 2 years or Area Sales Manager in the same period. Salaries generally double as you earn promotions.

Production:

Original profession of Pharmacist.

Salaries are not to be discussed

The future prospects in these fields are lucrative. Quality assurance is a spin-off industry, and both are generally in the same infrastructure.

Advantages: Salaries increase after a period of few years and it is quite lucrative, plus 18 months of experience makes you eligible for the DI position.

Regulator:

Some companies have their regulatory departments or you can work for a consultancy.

This work deals with jurisprudence and the laws that govern the market and its role is to make sure that your company or client does not live up to setbacks or misdeeds.

The salary is good but it grows much more

Pros: If you like the law and stuff, don't think about salaries.

Promotions and self-employment are prospects for the future, both with equal profitability.

Retail sale:

The easiest way for many.

The salaries are quite nice.

Here you can learn business quickly, although not as well as you would in Marketing and Sales. It is also interesting to dispense prescriptions with various medications.

Advantages: Less busy compared to fixed working hours and also less responsibility. After gaining experience, you can join a hospital as a hospital pharmacist, chain chemist, or you can start your own shop.

Pharmacovigilance: Have you ever heard?

One of the most underrated professions but the trend is on change.

TCS and Cognizant are the main candidates for hiring consultants

Salaries are equal to those of a retail pharmacist.

Academic:

Yes, a master (specs recommended)

You can join a D.Pharm college, a junior science college, and also a high school.

Salaries will be discussed only with teachers.

Other options

Medical coding: less paid eg GEBBS, WNS

Data abstraction - good pay, for example, IKS

Market research: good pay, for example, Mintel

Non-Pharma Sales and Marketing - Huge salaries, for example American Express, Lifecell, Hyundai, Rolex, Maersk, Audi, Koch fertilizers, veterinary drugs. If you choose to go for these options, only your personality and communication skills will be considered.

Miscellaneous: Distributor of consumer goods, pharmaceutical distributor, production house, among many others.

Along with the above, you can also run your family business or, for your own interest, you can run your own: A lamb shop? wherever your interests are.

Postgraduate:

Mpharm: Basically Bpharm on steroids.

If your interest lies in pursuing a PhD, Pharmaceutical Research, Academic, Novel Research, Specialized Production Units, Pharma Tutor, Hospital Pharmacist, Medical Partner, Academic or just for fun, Mpharm is a very good option.

You get direct jobs where Bpharmers can't go; however, don't expect higher salaries than an experienced Bpharm.

Marketing: MBA MMS PGDM

A GOOD SCHOOL Pharma MBA can make your product marketing dream come true. - Pay a lot.

You can also do an MBA in marketing or human resources, some universities may also allow an MBA in finance.

Obtaining an MBA requires a large sum of money, if you are really interested, there are also education money loans available.

PharmD: specialist in the field of Medicine

4 years after BPharm

Don't bother about the salary

He works with consultants, superspecialists in a hospital institution and is generally responsible for prescribing medications mostly to end-state patients. In some countries, a pharmacist may have Dr before their name.

Considered a role reversal for pharmacists in the future, it is currently almost non-existent, except in some countries in Europe.

PhD: Ask a PhD - Every director of a pharmaceutical university is one.

Enough talk?

It depends on few things, the most important thing is that the subject gives you pleasure while you go through it.

There are many subjects in which you can earn your master's degree, but choosing a core subject is always a smarter decision.

I studied Pharmacognosy at IIT (BHU) where I didn't find much of interest and even the job offers were not that lucrative, then I switched to Pharmacy at Jadavpur University which is much better than Pharmacognosy in terms of research and work.

But getting a position in Pharmacy at any premium university is always very difficult.

Other core subjects are

  1. Pharmacology: in master's degrees
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It depends on few things, the most important thing is that the subject gives you pleasure while you go through it.

There are many subjects in which you can earn your master's degree, but choosing a core subject is always a smarter decision.

I studied Pharmacognosy at IIT (BHU) where I didn't find much of interest and even the job offers were not that lucrative, then I switched to Pharmacy at Jadavpur University which is much better than Pharmacognosy in terms of research and work.

But getting a position in Pharmacy at any premium university is always very difficult.

Other core subjects are

  1. Pharmacology - At the masters level, pharmacology becomes internal medicine, which I personally find very difficult to handle, yes, there is definitely a great scope of research in India and abroad, while post-specialization jobs in pharmacology they are a bit difficult.
  2. Pharmaceutical chemistry: it can branch into many types, few are: medical chemistry, pharmacoinformatics, natural products chemistry, quality control and quality control, etc. Each and every chemistry stream is good where you can find a very good job profile, while Pharmacoinformatics has a broader option for research than any of the streams mentioned above.
  3. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology - Usually deals with microbiology and biochemistry. There is no current job profile available in India except in some industries, but research in the field of animals is widely available.
  4. Clinical Pharmacy - This stream is actually what a pharmacist is expected to study. He generally deals with patients and has good job openings in hospitals and some of them may choose medical writing as a good career. The research and the doctorate afterwards will be a good plan.

Currents that you must choose to obtain a high salary and a good job profile:

  1. Pharmaceutical (R&D, F&D, cGMP, production, QA&QC)
  2. Pharmaceutical Chemistry (QA&QC, cGMP, Analyst)
  3. Pharmacology
  4. Clinical investigation and sham
  5. Pharmacognosy
  6. Pharmaceutical biotechnology

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) is an undergraduate course in the field of pharmaceutical education. Students interested in the field of medicine (except to become a doctor) can choose this course after the completion of class 12 (PCM / B). After completion of this degree, students can practice as a pharmacist. Pharmacists can work in a variety of industries related to the prescription, manufacturing, and supply of drugs. The duration of this course is 4 years. B.Pharma is one of the most popular work-oriented courses among science students after class 12. In this course th

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Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) is an undergraduate course in the field of pharmaceutical education. Students interested in the field of medicine (except to become a doctor) can choose this course after the completion of class 12 (PCM / B). After completion of this degree, students can practice as a pharmacist. Pharmacists can work in a variety of industries related to the prescription, manufacturing, and supply of drugs. The duration of this course is 4 years. B.Pharma is one of the most popular work-oriented courses among science students after class 12. In this course students study about drugs and medicines, pharmaceutical engineering, medicinal chemistry, etc. This course provides a big no.

Career and jobs

The pharmacy sector offers many opportunities to students after completing the course. Students can work in a pharmaceutical company or they can practice as a pharmacist. There are a myriad of opportunities available to students in both the public and private sectors. You can also work in a government sector. Besides this, you can also work in a company abroad. After completing a graduation degree, you can work in government hospitals, private medical stores, and private hospitals / clinics. You can also start your own consulting and medical store. Students can work in a pharmaceutical company or they can practice as a pharmacist. In Pharmaceutical Company you can work in departments such as quality control, manufacturing,

Upon completion of the course, students can work as:

  • Chemical / Pharmaceutical Technician
  • Biotechnology Industries
  • Drug therapist
  • Drug inspector
  • Hospital Medication Coordinator
  • Health inspector
  • Pharmacist
  • Pathological laboratory
  • Investigation and development
  • Make prescriptions to patients
  • Scientific
  • Investigation Officer

Top recruiters

  • Hospitals and clinics (government and private)
  • State Drug and Pharmaceutical Product Councils
  • Medical chain stores (such as Apollo Pharmacy)
  • Pharmacy stores
  • Cipla
  • Abbott India
  • Research organizations and laboratories
  • Solar Pharmaceuticals
  • Biocon
  • Glaxo Smith Kline India

The institutions that offer these courses are: -

Miranda House - Delhi

Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Madras Christian College (MCC) - Chennai

Hindu College - Delhi

Sri Venkateswara College - Delhi

Broadly speaking, I would put potential opportunities into two categories:

Category 1- Higher Education

Category 2- Professional career

Category 1: If you want to continue your education, the following are some options that you should probably consider:

  1. M Pharm - If you want to further improve your understanding and skills in the pharmaceutical domain, you'd better get a master's degree. The master's degree would be very helpful if you want to pursue a career in research as you would get a broader picture of research activities. Based on your requirements, you can follow M Pharm in India or abroad. Consider
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Broadly speaking, I would put potential opportunities into two categories:

Category 1- Higher Education

Category 2- Professional career

Category 1: If you want to continue your education, the following are some options that you should probably consider:

  1. M Pharm - If you want to further improve your understanding and skills in the pharmaceutical domain, you'd better get a master's degree. The master's degree would be very helpful if you want to pursue a career in research as you would get a broader picture of research activities. Based on your requirements, you can follow M Pharm in India or abroad. Consider the risk-benefit ratio while planning your college / university.
  2. Pharm D: If you are planning a career abroad, opt for Pharm D as the course curriculum is designed to meet the requirements of pharmaceutical education in many countries. Pharm D graduates have a very important role in the healthcare system, but unfortunately in India it is still not cultivated in the right way.
  3. MBA: If you do not want to restrict your opportunities to the pharmaceutical industry and you are looking for accelerated growth in your career, then MBA is the right choice. My sincere advice is don't seek an MBA for money or because your friend / senior did. Have a clear idea of ​​what you want to achieve in the future, and then decide. Target the best B schools and take advantage of the best opportunities.
  4. PHD: If you have a heart for research, then you can also go with PHD after your graduate school. The Ph.D. will also give you an edge over others once you achieve a higher position in your career.

Category 2-

If you want to end your education and start your professional career, you have the following options:

  1. Jobs in Pharmaceutical Industry / Clinical Research Organizations / Biotechnology Companies - As a B Pharm graduate, you will have the opportunity to work in departments such as production, quality control, and rarely in R&D, formulation, etc.
  2. Marketing jobs: If you have an instinctive ability to convince people, marketing is a very good option. Sales are an integral part of pharmaceutical companies and you will have many opportunities here.
  3. Hospital Pharmacist: To be honest, the role of pharmacists in the Indian healthcare system is greatly underestimated. I hope things improve in the near future. However, you have opportunities in both private and government hospitals.
  4. Retail / Wholesale Pharmacy Business - If you have an eye for customers, you'd better start your own pharmacy. Even though margins have decreased after the 2015 DPCO restriction of drug price margins, there is still plenty of room to make good money.
  5. Teaching: If you are passionate about teaching, I am sure that finding a job as a teacher is not a difficult task. But over the years, you would need a master's degree, a doctorate, etc. to strengthen your career.

Frankly speaking, there is no limit if I start writing about what can be done after graduation. But it all depends on how you want to proceed.

Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never stop growing.

- Anthony J. D'Angelo

Good luck.

Look, my personal opinion for you is to do an MBA because you will have to struggle a lot after your M. Pharm. It doesn't completely depend on which college you are doing your M. Pharm, but it completely depends on how long you can wait after M. Pharm. Because after M. Pharm you have to fight for at least 5 years to get a good package and not everyone is so lucky to survive in that period. I'm not telling you to do it from any university, but M. Pharm with great knowledge and development of talents who ...

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To your question, I have a perfect answer. The B.Pharm rating was previously done under the dual regulation of AICTE / Pharmacy Council of India. Previously, universities must obtain permission from AICTE and PCI to run any Bachelor of Pharmacy program. AICTE is a statutory body created by MHRD (now Ministry of Education).

In a recent Supreme Court verdict, in the Pharmacy education case, the PCI ruling will prevail over AICTE.

PCI depends on the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and AICTE depends on the Ministry of Education.

Now, in the NEP guidelines, 2020, it has been mentioned very clearly that the NEP GUI

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To your question, I have a perfect answer. The B.Pharm rating was previously done under the dual regulation of AICTE / Pharmacy Council of India. Previously, universities must obtain permission from AICTE and PCI to run any Bachelor of Pharmacy program. AICTE is a statutory body created by MHRD (now Ministry of Education).

In a recent Supreme Court verdict, in the Pharmacy education case, the PCI ruling will prevail over AICTE.

PCI depends on the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and AICTE depends on the Ministry of Education.

Now, in the NEP guidelines, 2020, it has been mentioned very clearly that the NEP guidelines are applicable to courses that are not under the Ministry of Health and also not under the Bar Association. Only degree programs, which are not professional, that will be affected by NEP 2020 and not professional education.

Since, BPharm is a program, it is now under the Ministry of Health, therefore it is outside the scope of the Ministry of Education, the NEP 2020 Guidelines and everything related to D.Pharm / B.Pharm / PharmD / MPharm it will be regulated only by PCI.

And PCI has not announced any scheme in which it will offer any exit diplomas to candidates who have dropped out of BPharm.

So if you are interested in doing DPharm then please accept admission and if you are interested in doing BPharm then accept admission. So your departure from BPharm midway will be like a waste of your number of years.

(Therefore, there is nothing called a medical diploma or certificate in medicine if someone drops out of an MBBS program midway.)

Hello om

First of all, have you already joined?

If not, let me tell you something useful before you make up your mind. If you are looking for a high paying career, this is not for you. Unless you're content to spend another 2 years or more studying pharmaceutical medicine and then a few more years on your Ph.D. before you can start your own research. In the end, it's not really about money, ask yourself if you really love spending time in labs doing reactions, learning about drugs and how they work, thinking about new formulations, trying to find new drug molecules. If you do it, do it, or do it

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Hello om

First of all, have you already joined?

If not, let me tell you something useful before you make up your mind. If you are looking for a high paying career, this is not for you. Unless you're content to spend another 2 years or more studying pharmaceutical medicine and then a few more years on your Ph.D. before you can start your own research. In the end, it's not really about money, ask yourself if you really love spending time in labs doing reactions, learning about drugs and how they work, thinking about new formulations, trying to find new drug molecules. If you do, do it, or don't. B.pharm is a great course, the only sad thing is that there is not much scope for it in India (as there is a lot of competition from chemistry bachelor students who are willing to work for a lower salary).

Coming to what after B.pharm,

  1. You can join a master's course or you can apply for government jobs as a drug inspector (DI).
  2. Or opt for a Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) i.e. after your M.pharm.
  3. You are even eligible to appear on UPSC.

Take your Master's degree abroad (I personally suggest this as the Indian curriculum for Master's degree is regulated by the PCI and there will be a lot of study plan to cover in no time).

So these are the options that I know about, there may be more that I don't know about. And another thing, please don't join because you couldn't get MBBS or Engineering, there must be something YOU want to do, go to b.pharm if it's what YOU really want to do.

I hope this helps :)

There are many options after passing B.Pharm, but graduate study is totally dependent on your future career choice. If you want to enter the pharmaceutical research segment, then the master's degree in pharmacology / biotechnology / genomics / molecular modeling is the right choice. If you want to see yourself on the company's legal board or advisory board, then the Master of Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs will be a new era for you.

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