JOIN INDIAN ARMY SYLLABUS FOR SEPOY (PHARMA)
Indian Army is one of the reputed and prestigious jobs in India. Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions are also designed to test knowledge of current events and such matters of everyday observation and experience as may be expected of an educated person. At times questions may be asked other than the below-mentioned topics also.
Qualification to Join Indian Army as a Sepoy (Pharma)
Educational Qualification: 10+2 or equivalent exam passed with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English qualified in D Pharma with a minimum 55% marks in aggregate and registered with State Pharmacy Council/Pharmacy Council of India. Individuals qualified in B Pharma with minimum 50% marks and registered with State Pharmacy Council/Pharmacy Council of India will also be eligible.
Age: 19 years to 25 years
General Knowledge - Questions 25 - Marks 50
English - Questions 25 - Marks 50
Pharmacy-I - Questions 30 - Marks 60
Pharmacy-II - Questions 20 - Marks 40
Detail Syllabus of Sepoy Pharma:
General Knowledge: The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, and who’s who. In addition Abbreviations, Sports, Awards and Prizes, Terminology, Indian Armed Forces, Continents, and Sub Continents, Inventions and Discoveries, The Constitution of India, International Organizations, Books and Authors, Knowledge of Important events that have happened in India and at world level in the recent years, Current important world events, Prominent personalities, etc.
(ii) Parts of Speech
Noun and Pronoun
Conjunction and models
Future time reference
(v) Sentence Structure
(vi) Type of Sentences.
Use of Phrases
Direct and Indirect speech
Active and Passive Voice
Idioms and Phrases
Synonyms and antonyms
One word substitution
(i) Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
(iii) Human Anatomy
(iv) Physical Health Education
(v) Community Pharma.
(i) Pharmacology & Toxicology
(ii) Pharma Jurisprudence
(iii) Drugs store and inventory management
(iv) Hospital and clinical pharmacy
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