How do I register as a PCI pharmacist? | PCI (D.Pharma | B.Pharma registration) Process 2021

How do I register as a PCI pharmacist? | D.Pharma & B.Pharma Registrations Process

In this blog we discuss about Pharmacy Council of India  (PCI) Registrations. Under which D.Pharm, B.Pharm and M.Pharm comes. And today we will talk about the registration process of these three. Which has been told in the PDF given below, if you still do not understand, then you can understand through the video which has been told in very easy and simple language.


Registration of pharmacist:-

The pharmacy act provides for registration of the pharmacist to regulate the entry of person in “Pharmacy
professions” only person having requisite, qualifications, training, and experience are allowed to enter the
professions. Name of registered Pharmacist are entered in the Register maintain by state council and
central council.

The register include particulars:-

  • Full name and resisdental address of registered Pharmacist.
  • Date of first addmission to register.
  • Qualification for registration
  • Professional address, Name of employer if employed.
  • Such other particulars are may be prescribed.

First register:-

 For preparation of 1st register the state government constitutes a “Registration Tribunal” by
notification in the official gazette.
 The tribunal consists of three person and a register. The registered act as secretary of tribunal.
 The state government by notification specify the date for submission of applications for
registration. The applications for registration along with prescribed fee should be made on or
before this date registration tribunal.
 The state government by notification specify the date for submission of applications for
registration. The applications for registration along with prescribed fee should be made on or
before this date registration tribunal.

Qualification for entry on 1st register:-

  • A person above 18 years of age who resides or carries business or professions of pharmacy in the
    state on patient of prescribe fee is entitled for entry of the name in the 1st Register.
  • Hold degree or diploma in Pharmacy of pharmaceutical chemistry or a “chemist” and “druggist”
    “Diploma of Indian University or state government”. A qualification granted outside of India
    approved under section-14.
  • Hold degree of and Indian University other than degree in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry
    and has been engaged for a total period of time is more than than 3 years in compounding of drug
    in hospital or dispensary in other place.
  • Passed an examination recognised as adequate by the state government for compounding or
    dispensing

Procedure for Registration of Pharmacist:-

Under provisions for section-33 of act state pharmacy council register name, Address, and,
Qualifications of the Pharmacist in the state register an application in prescribed pro-forma is to
be submitted to the register of respective State pharmacy council.

The application should be accomplished by the prescribed fee and following document.
Document required for Registration of Pharmacist (P.C.I. Registration):-

1. 5 recent passport size photo
2. ID proof
3. Address proof
4. Hospital training certificate
5. Mark sheet of 1st year and 2nd year D.Pharma, If you want to get the registration of B.Pharma
then its complete mark sheet all year.
6. Provision certificate
7. 10+2 marksheet

Renewal of Registration:-
 First registration continued till 31 December of year following the year in which it is granted
there after registered Pharmacist should annually renew registration by the due date to retain his
name on register of pharmacist.
 On failure to remit renewal fee before due date 1April of subsequent year.
 The name defalter pharmacist is remove from the registered on payment of renewal fee the
register issues receipt therefore.
 This stand as a proof of renewal of Registration in order to avoid such situation, pharmacist may
voluntarily remit advance renewal fee in Lump Sum (ARFL).
Offences and Penalties:-
 Falsely claiming to be a registered Pharmacist.
 Dispensing by unregistered person.
 Will full obstruction to an inspector
 Failure to surrender certificate of registration.

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