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3rd December 2021, 10:26 PM
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Is it ok to take industrial training after completion of 4th year BPharmacy exams?


In my batch nobody took industrial training after completion of 3rd year,abd now im 4th year,is it ok to take industrial training after completion of 4th year of b Pharmacy? please help me




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11th December 2021, 08:43 PM
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Default Re: Is it ok to take industrial training after completion of 4th year BPharmacy exams?

Is it ok to take industrial training after completion of 4th-year pharmacy exams?

Yes, it is fine to take industrial training after completion of 4th year pharmacy exams. You will get fixed stipend, letter of recommendation, certificate, etc after completing the training.
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14th December 2021, 09:47 PM
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Default Re: Is it ok to take industrial training after completion of 4th year BPharmacy exams?

Internship is not that compulsory, it totally depends on the candidates whether they want to do or not.

In order to gain successful internship program after 6th or 7th semester , one must complete 150 hrs overall a span of 4 weeks in a pharmaceutical industry or hospital pharmacy.

Students do internship from the very first year , they get more exposure to industry and gives them a plus point over other candidates at the time of any interview.
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