Objective of the Name Registration Examination
The registration examination is designed to check the prerequisite knowledge and understanding required for effective professional pratice of graduate pharmacist. In the examination he/she will be required to demonstrate the minimum knowledge and understanding of theoretical part as well as practical part by analyzing and evaluating pratice-based problems.
The examination covers the following;
The examinable knowledge elements about the source, property, design and quality of medication used in pharmacy pratice.
The examinable knowledge elements about the tools and equipments used for the quality control of medicines.
The examinable knowledge elements underpinning the clinical and pharmaceutical aspects of pharmacy pratice.
The examinable knowledge elements uderpinning the legal and professional pratice of pharmacy in Nepal.
Subject wise source distribution B.Pharmacy
|S.N.||Subject Area||No. of Questions|
|1.||Pharmacognosy, Medicinal Chemistry & Natural Product Chemistry||25|
|2.||Pharmaceutical Analysis & Instrumentation||15|
|3.||Pharmaceutical Technology, Biopharmaceutics & Dosage form Design||25|
|4.||Pharmacology & Therapeutics||25|
|5.||Clinical Pharmacy & Hospital Pharmacy||20|
|6.||Forensic Pharmacy ( Pharmacy laws & Ethics)||15|
|7.||Community Pharmacy, Social Pharmacy & Public Health||25|
Duration of Examination; 2.5 hours. Pass Marks = 50%. No negative marking.
Subject wise source distribution Diploma in Pharmacy
|S.N.||Subject Area||No. of Question|
|1.||Pharmacognosy and Medicinal Chemistry||10|
|3.||Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics||20|
|4.||Clinical and Hospital Pharmacy||15|
|5.||Community Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence||25|
|6.||Social Pharmaacy and Public Health||15|
Duration of Examination; 1 hour 20 minutes . Pass Marks = 50%. No negative marking.