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NO more Pharmacy colleges from 2020: Pharmacy Council of India imposes 5 year BAN


NO more Pharmacy colleges from 2020: Pharmacy Council of India imposes 5 year BAN

New Delhi: Concerned with the mushrooming of pharmacy colleges in the country and fewer job opportunities for D Pharma and B Pharma passouts, the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) has imposed a moratorium on the opening of new pharmacy colleges for a period of 5 years starting 2020-21. The PCI authorities took this decision noting the availability of sufficient qualified pharmacist workforce as compared with the present population, rapid increase in the number of pharmacy colleges leading to a shortage of trained and qualified teaching faculty which may affect the quality of education imparted to students. The abovementioned factors are drastically affecting the job prospects of

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  1. What is the need,MCI has been replaced,and selected persons has been appointed,and there will be no problem in getting suitable changes in rule and regulations for setting new medical colleges,which was a nightmare till date because of MCI,so more profitable business