D Pharmacy Exit Exam MCQ Preparation Books PDF Downloads
PCI Circular: Diploma in Pharmacy Exit Examination (DPEE)
Exit Exam MCQ Subjectwise
|First Year D Pharm||Second Year D Pharm|
|20111 PHT Pharmaceutics Theory MCQ||20221 PGT Pharmacology Theory MCQ|
|20051 PHP Pharmaceutics Practical MCQ||20056 PGP Pharmacology Practical MCQ|
|20112 PCT Pharmaceutical Chemistry Theory MCQ||20222 CMT Community Pharmacy & Management Theory MCQ|
|20052 PCP Pharmaceutical Chemistry Practical MCQ||20057 CMP Community Pharmacy & Management Practical MCQ|
|20113 PYT Pharmacognosy Theory MCQ||20223 BCT Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology Theory MCQ|
|20053 PYP Pharmacognosy Practical MCQ||20058 BCP Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology Practical MCQ|
|20114 HPT Human Anatomy Physiology Theory MCQ||20224 PTT Pharmacotherapeutics Theory MCQ|
|20054 HPP Human Anatomy Physiology Practical MCQ||20059 PTP Pharmacotherapeutics Practical MCQ|
|20115 SPT Social Pharmacy Theory MCQ||20225 HCT Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy Theory MCQ|
|20055 SPP Social Pharmacy Practical MCQ||20060 HCP Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy Practical MCQ|
|||20226 PLT Pharmacy Law & Ethics MCQ|
D Pharmacy Notes Subjectwise
FAQs regarding D Pharm Exit Exam
The objective of the Diploma in Pharmacy Exit Examination (DPEE) is to ensure that a candidate applying for registration as a pharmacist with the State Pharmacy Council has undergone pharmacy education and a comprehensive practical training programme in Diploma in Pharmacy ( D.Pharm) Course as provided in the Education Regulations, 1991 or the regulations that may be in force from time to time in an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act 1948 and acquired core competencies in dispensing of medicines and other areas of pharmacy practice and to reinforce his discipline, integrity, judgement, skills, knowledge and quest for learning so that after having passed the examination he is able to become a registered pharmacist who is able to exercise his professional skills in addition to carrying his duty and responsibilities professionally.
The candidates may appear for the exit examination conducted twice every year or as frequently as may be required as per the schedule of an examination announced
a. No person shall be registered as a Diploma in Pharmacy Exit Examination candidate unless he has passed the Diploma in Pharmacy course from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948.
b. He shall be required to make an application in a prescribed form with all relevant documents showing proof of his passing the approved examination and the examination fee as may be prescribed by the PCI.
After having passed the Diploma in Pharmacy Exit Examination, a candidate shall be entitled to registration as a pharmacist subject to fulfilment of the conditions enumerated in section 32(2) of the Pharmacy Act, 1948. The applications for registration shall be addressed to the Registrar of the State
Pharmacy Council and shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee and the documents as referred to in section 46(2)(g) of the Act.
After coming into force of these regulations, the candidates who have completed the approved course of Diploma in Pharmacy and have qualified in the Diploma in Pharmacy Exit Examination only will be eligible for registration as pharmacists under section 33 of the Pharmacy Act 1948.