What is the Starting Salary After B. Pharm?

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Usually, B. Pharm students have the following options after passing the course. Students of M. Pharm will have the opportunity to command better salaries.

Hospital pharmacist, Production & Manufacturing, Pharma representative & more (mentioned in the table below)

Broadly categorized under following classes:

Government sector

Private sector

Self-Employment

Post Higher Education opportunities

This is what the starting salary structure looks like for Pharmacy freshers. 

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The Snapshot of starting Salary structure for B. Pharm, M. Pharm & PhD.

Job Type Salary Range (But not limited to) Remarks
Government Pharmacist Rs. 45000/year x 2yrs then Rs. 56000/year + other allowances Allowances as per Govt. Rules
Medical Representative (Marketing) Rs. 18000/- to Rs. 35000/-
Production and Quality Control Rs. 8000/- to Rs. 20000/-
Regulatory Affairs Rs. 10000/- to Rs. 18000/-
Medical Underwriting Training period Rs. 10000/- to Rs. 12000/-

Post-training- Rs. 20000/-

After 2 to 3 yrs experience can be ranging as Rs. 35000/- to Rs. 40000/-
Retail Pharmacy (Private) Rs. 10000/- to Rs. 20000/-
Post M. Pharm Rs. 12000/- to Rs. 30000/- prestigious Institute like NIPER, BITS, etc. provide better placements
B. Pharm + MBA Rs. 20000/- plus The reputation of MBA college matters here too
MS Pharma Salary better than M. Pharm MNCs Preferred
PHD Starting can be Rs. 40000/- or above Higher salaries in Developed countries
This is an approximation of starting salaries & salary ranges may change as per changing business environment.

Suggested reading: Survey – What Salary Do Medical Representatives Earn In India?

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