SYLLABUS  OF  WRITTEN  EXAMINATION  FOR THE POST OF 

DRUGS INSPECTOR PURSUANT TO ADVT.NO.9 OF 2003/04.

 

                                                PHARMACY.

 

            There should be 8 units containing the following :

 

            UNT-I.- FORENSIC   PHARMACY

 

1.                  Drugs and Cosmotic Act,1940 and Rules there under, 1945 with amendments.

 

2.                  Pharmacy Act,1948

 

3.                  Drug price Control Order, 1995.

 

4.                  Medical termination of pregnancy Act, 1971.

 

5.                  Poison Act, 1919 and Dangerous Drugs Act, 1930.

 

6.                  Drugs and Magic Remedy Act, 1954.

 

7.                  Medical and Toilet preparation Act, 1955.

 

8.                  Prevention of Cruelty to Animal Act.

 

9.                  Trade Mark Registration Act.

 

10.              Pharmaceutical Ethics.

 

 

UNIT – II – MANUFACTURING OPHARMACY.

 

 

1.                  Tablet and Tablet Coating,.

 

2.                  Capsule.

 

3.                  Emulsian, Suspension, Ointment and Cream.

 

4.                  Optholomic Solutions.

 

5.                  Blood Fluid and Electrolyties.

 

6.                  Parental preparation and Quality Control.

 

7.                  Surgical Dressing.

 

8.                  Biological Preparation….(Sera, Vaccine & Anti-Sera).

 

9.                  Biopharmaceutics.

 

UNIT – III- PHARMACEUTICAL  ANALYSIS.

 

1.                  Limit Test.

 

2.                  Bio-Assey.

 

3.                  Sterility Test.

 

4.                  Pyrogen Test.

 

5.                  Theory & Application of Colerimeter, Flerimeter, Nephlometer,

and Turbidometry, U.V. Visilile Spectrophotemeter.

 

6.                  Karl Fischer Titration.

 

7.                  Alcohol determination.

 

8.         Microbiological Assey of Vitamines, Antibiothics and Vaccine

            Preparation.

 

            UNIT – IV – MEDICINAL  CHEMISTRY -.

 

            Following  Classes :-

 

      1.   Structure, Storage and Preparation of Brand names of the steriods

            (definition, classification etc.).

  1.  Sedatives and Hypnotics.
  2. Psycho-therapentic Agents.
  3. Anti Histaminic Agents.
  4. Analgesics(narcotic, non-narcotic and NSAID)
  5. Cardiovascular Agents.

 

 

UNIT – V – PHARMACOGNESY;

 

Source, Chemical constituents, uses and adulteration of the following classes of natural drugs, Rauwalfia, Epecacuhana, Belladona, Chinchona, Cinnamon, Digitalis, Senna, Alloe, Noxvomica, Opium Alkoloid, Kurchi, Brahmi, Tulsi, Bael and Ephedra.

 

UNIT – VI – PHARMACOLOGY & TOXIOLOG.

 

Introduction and general principle :-

 

Mode of action, drug receptor interaction, drug antagonist, absorption, distribution, metabilisim and exerition, rate of administration, Bioavailability, drug dependence and addiction, drug abuse and toxicity, drug adverse reaction, Drug allergy and Biostatics.

 

UNIT – VII – HOSPITAL  & CLINICAL  OPHARMACY –

 

Handling of prescription, Incompatibility, Storage condition of drug, Clinical Pharmacy and its role in Hospital.

 

UNIT – VIII – ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY & HEALTH EDUCATION –

 

  1. Elementary knowledge of following systems :-

 

Blood, Digestive System , respiratory system, Eye, Ear, Reproduction system and Urinary system.

 

  1. Nutrition, First Aid and Population Control, AIDS Control.

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