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Attention to the managements of Pharm.D colleges in the state of Telangana

 
Pharm.D college managements were directed to immediately implement the said governement direction under initimation to Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE).
 
http://tsche.cgg.gov.in/downloads/1437999625667pharm-d.pdf

 

Pharm.D interns to get 5K stipend per month, resolves government and court

                               
The government of Telangana and High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and the State of Andhra Pradesh took a final decision regarding stipend for Pharm.D students during internship period.

The letter bearing No.4665/TE/A2/2014-1, dated 27-06-2015, wherein the State Government issued a clarification in the issue. Paragraph No.5 of the said letter reads as under:

“To resolve this issue, Government have conducted a meeting with the officials concerned along with the representative of a Pharm.D College on 22-06-2015 and after careful examination of the entire matter and keeping in view the suggestions of Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi, have decided that the Pharmacy Colleges must give stipend of Rs.5,000/- per month to the students during the period of Internship i.e., 6th year of Pharm D.Course to the batch of students who were admitted during 2008-09 in this Course and who have undergone the Internship programme (sixth year) as prescribed in the curriculum in the academic year 2013-14, out of the Tuition Fee of Rs.86,000/- collected by them.”

As evident from the said letter a decision was taken by the Government that the Pharmacy Colleges must give stipend of Rs.5,000/- per month to the students during the period of Internship i.e., 6th year of Pharm D.Course to the batch of students who were admitted during 2008-09 in this Course and who did undergo the Internship programme (sixth year) as prescribed in the curriculum in the academic year 2013-14, out of the Tuition Fee of Rs.86,000/- collected by them.

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Download the official documents by clicking on above reference links.

For more detailed information regarding Stipend for PharmDs during internship go through the below articles:








Pharmacy Practice Regulations 2015

 The Pharmacy Council of India, with the approval of the Central Govt. hereby makes the following regulations, These regulations may be called the Pharmacy Practice Regulations, 2015.


The Pharmacy School Bubble Is About to Burst

By Katie Zavadski

DPA Proposes to make Pharm.Ds Eligible for ICMR’s Short Term Studentship Program


The Indian Council of Medical Research initiated the Short Term Studentship Program in1979 in order to promote interest and aptitude for research among medical undergraduates. The main objective of this program is to provide an opportunity to undergraduate medical students to familiarize themselves with research methodology and techniques by being associated for a short duration with their seniors on ongoing research program or by undertaking independent projects. This may serve as an incentive for them to take up research as a career in the future. The Guide/ Institution must provide the student with all facilities (kits, reagents &other requirements) for carrying out research.

The value of the studentship will be Rs. 5,000/- per month for 2 months’ duration (Rs. 10,000/- only) and is meant to be a stipend for the student. This is paid only after completion of research and approved of final report. Costs of research must be borne by Institution/ Medical College where research is conducted. A certificate will be issued and posted to Principal’s office after 6-8 months of completion of research.

The eligibility criteria for ICMR studentship is only MBBS/BDS.But due to Eligibility problem Pharm.Ds are currently not able to apply for ICMR’s Studentship.

So DPA  (Doctor of Pharmacy Association) has asked PCI to send a proposal to ICMR on behalf of Pharm.D Students to incorporate Pharm.D in the elgibility Criteria of STS (Short Term Studentship Program).PCI has responded positively and said that they would send a written proposal to ICMR to make Pharm.Ds eligible for ICMR’s Short Term Studentship Program.