PHARMACY PROFESSION IN GUJARAT: AN OVERVIEW
Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health science with chemical science and it is charged with ensuring the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs. Gujarat has been one of the pioneer States in India with an exemplary track record. The State of Gujarat have country's most dynamic entrepreneurs who are original and fast-paced in their thinking and focused in their drive for growth and profitability. Accounting for 16 percent of the country's total industrial output and 18percent of the country's total investment, Gujarat is one of the most industrialised states in the country. It has a strong base of educational institutions imparting courses in Pharmacy and some of the institutions have international repute to its credit. Gujarat is one of the fastest growing states in the Country and nearly 3,200 Pharma and biotech companies are housed in the State. Gujarat is a vibrant pharmaceutical manufacturing hub for Medical Devices fortified with sound knowledge based institutions and skilled human resource available in the state, it provides innovative, quality and affordable health care solution to masses. In this short review author provides some of the glimpses of the pharmacy profession in Gujarat.
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