Doctor of Philosophy is a doctoral research degree and normally the highest level of academic qualification one can achieve. It involves engaging in in-depth research along with a thorough understanding of research issues and the ability to solve key problems with exceptional analytical and observational skills. The aspirant should be comfortable with long working hours, analyzing and solving complex problems with calmness.
To be admitted to a PhD programme, you must have a master's degree. In some fields, completing a master's degree in philosophy (M.Phil.) is required before beginning a PhD programme.
Candidates must have a master's or equivalent degree in any field of science in a relevant discipline of pharmacy or equivalent with at least 60% aggregate and be entitled to receive a Junior Research Fellowship after completing the CSIR/UGC NET, DBT JRF Examination (a category) and being eligible for an interview.
PhD Pharmacy is a 3 to 5 years research based course through which scholars gain an in-depth understanding of a specialized subject related to pharmacy sciences.
Admission to PhD courses is usually entranced-based. Some institutes, however, may conduct admission through merit-based evaluation. Universities may conduct entrance exams of their own or the National level exams like UGC NET can be employed by them.
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As the dynamics of employment in India and other countries are changing day by day, this has left PhD students to reshuffle their objective in joining academia. They are needed at different places in society and the academic skills prepare one for a wide array of challenges. In general, the most natural job choice after a PhD is becoming a University professor, Industrial R&D Lab professionals and Start-ups mentor.
In Academia, Working as a Consultant, In Government sector, As a Product Manager, As an Entrepreneur.