Here are some tips for preparation of GPAT, NIPER JEE, DRUG INSPECTOR, FOOD INSPECTOR Examinations.Best Daily Life Tips (whenever you start preparation)
Be away from your GF or BF. Don’t have friendship with your mobile.
Never get anything into mind other than what is your goal.
Just think for a while have some peace of mind and only start the studies.
Just think about your parent who sent you outside from home for study not for other things like movies, parties etc.
We are sure most of you won’t eat on time. But this matters. Keep an alarm to remind you.
Scheduling some time fails. So better don’t think of reschedule.
When you go for sleep think about whole day, what you learn today, then close your eyes and think one by one. At one point u think that i forget something about a particular chapter which i learn today then see your register/copy on next morning and learn the points which u forgot.
Have good sleep when ever u r sleepy. Don’t think i should complete this chapter and only sleep.
You are hostellers or day scholars whatever you learn, then discuss these topics in your groups/friend circle. Because whenever you go for discussion on any topic you never forget that particular topic/chapter.
Whenever you feel Sleepy in day time, drink cold water and walk for few minutes then start study.
Some student makes their schedule like… They pick one subject and complete it all then go for next subjects. Some pick all subjects simultaneously. We think this strategy depends on the students but second one is more effective according to our experience because some time only one subject takes around 10 day so some time it’s boring to learn one subject for such a long time.
Revision is very important, make your schedule like this that you revise previous learn chapters.
Whenever you read any chapter write important points on the top of page of your copy/register, make these points memory tip results (MTP’S).
Whenever you start preparation read pharmacology and medicinal chemistry simultaneously.
Make charts, flow diagram & tables and paste them on the wall of your room.
Find some topic from which one question is always asked in previous year examinations. So prepare these topics with extra effort.
Solve more and more questions. Make your rhythm to solve calculation type questions so you get your speed.
For NIPER JEE prepare GK about (CURRENT AFFAIRS).
Best Tips (when just 7 days remaining for exam)
* Give one day for one subject for revision of all topics (whatever notes you prepared for that particular subject).
In evening meet with friends and go for healthy discussion on topics. Suppose you are 4 friends, all 4 read same subject for all the day then go for discussion. We think it is the best way to learn.
Don’t think about other friend preparations, just do your work.
Don’t pressurize (depress) yourself from the fear of exam be very cool. Just believe in yourself.
Don’t think that i did lot of preparation and if i will not get success in exam then what will happen. This type of thinking pressurizes you & it will affect your performance in exam.
Don’t read new chapter.
One night before exam take good sleep. Don’t think much about exam. Just relax. Eat light dinner and go for good sleep.
On the day of exam wakeup early in the morning & do meditation for 15minute.Then revise as much as possible. Read news paper (just headline) for relaxing yourself. Don’t forget your admission letter. Reach examination place before half hour.
Best Tips (In Exam)
Read all instruction very carefully.
Some students first solve full paper then they fill OMR Sheet. But our experience and a survey said that in this method lot of student do silly error, or mistakes to fill OMR sheet in last time hurry or sometime remaining time is very less to fill OMR sheet due to mismanagement of time by student. So follow following pattern
Solve one question then fill OMR Sheet for that particular question. Follow this pattern for whole paper.
Sometime first ten questions are very hard to solve, this is the strategy of examiner to demoralize the students. So don’t feel fear, nausea etc. so don’t loose your confidence go for next questions these are much simpler then firs ten.
Solving question by negative approach say for example…. If you don’t know the answer of question but you know that, in given four options two are not correct then you take chance to solve this question by remaining two options.
1. PHARMACOLOGY :- 1. Drug-Drug Interaction. 2. Barriers affecting drug transportation. 3. Targetted Drug delivery. 4. Effect of food on bio-availability. 5. Routes of administration of drug & their advantage and disadvantage. 6. Facts which modify drug action. 7. Clinical Pharmacy. 8. Hospital Pharmacy. 9. Cardiovascular Drugs, Diuretic, Anti-ulcer Antihypertensive, antidiabetic, betablockers, ACE Inhibitors, anti-cancer drugs, Vitamins, Plasma Volume Expander, Hormones. 10. Toxicity study.
2. PHARMACOGNOSY:- 1. Identification of Herbal drugs-Morphology, Microscopy, Chemical Markers. 2. Isolation of active chemical constituents from herbal drugs. 3.Preservation of natural products. 4. Distillation, Extraction, Superritical Fluid Extraction
6. MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY :- 1.Drug Design – QSAR – Molecular Modeling. 2. Drug Metabolism – Drug Receptor Action;, Protein binding. 3. Drugs Acting on CNS:- (i) Hypnotic Sedatives (ii) Anxiolytic Agents (iii) Analgesics – Opiod (iv) Tranquilisers (Antipsychotic Agents) 4. Nonsteriodal Antinflammatory drugs 5. Drugs Acting on CHS :- (i) Diuretics (ii) Cardiotonic Agents (iii) Antihypertensive Agents (iv) Antianginal Agents. 6. Antihistamines 7. Drugs Affecing sugar Metabolism. 8. Chemotherapeutic Agents :- (i) Sulphonaluides (ii) Quinolone Antibacterials (iii) Antibiotics (iv) Anti T.B. (v) Antiprotozoal – Antimalarial, Antiamoebic. 9. Hormones:- (i) Sex Hormones (ii) Adrenal Cortex Hormones (iii) Thyroid Hormones. 10. Antineoplastic Agents. 11. Antiviral agents – Anti HIV Agents, 12. (a) Solvent Extraction. (b) Chromatography :- (i) Paper Chromatography (ii) Thin layer Chromatography (TLC) (iii) Gas Liquid Chromatography (GLC) (iv) Colum Chromatography (v) High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPL.C). (c) UV – Visible spectroscopy (d) Infra Red. (e) Spectrofluorometry (f) X-ray Analysis (g) Radioimmune Assay (RIA) (h) Potentioometry (i) Conductometry (j) Flam Photometry (k) Non-queous titrations Karl-Fisher reaped (i) Application of instruments analysis to Pharmaceutica Analysis. Examples from Pharmacopoeia.
7. PHARM. JURISPRUDANCE :- (1) Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence (2) Solid Dosage form : Tablets, Capsules (3) Liquid: Syrup, Suspension, Emulsi, Extract (Herbal Drugs) (4) Genisole : Cream, Ointment (5) Aerisols (6) Cosmetcis (7) Parenterals – LVP, SVP (8) Pharmacokinetics :- a) Factors affecting bioavailability b) Method of establishing in-vivi and in-vitro corelationship c) Estimation of Pharmacokinetic parameters and determination of AVL (9) General aspects of Pharmaceutical Technology (10) Stability Testing.
8. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY :- 1.Drugs Isolated from natural sources 2. Mechanism of Drug action. 3. Oxidation, Reduction, Sulfonation, Nitration.
9. PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES :- Natural roducts: Chemistry, tests, uses and mode of action of cardiac glycosides, alkaloids, purines and terpenes. Pharmacognosy of senna, Digitals, Cinnamon, Rouwolfia Ergot, Opium, Clove, Belladonna Ginseng.
10.PHARMACEUTICS:- a) Technology of Drug Delivery Systems: Manufacture, standards,presentation, labelling, packing and storage of formulations belonging to the categories of parentals, tablets, casules, aerosols, liquid orals, opthalmic preparatiions and new drug delivery systems. Basics of pharmacokinetics and their importance in formulation. b) Pharmaccutical Jurisprudence: Legal aspects of manufacture, storage and sale of drugs. Pharmacy Act.
11. BICHEMISTRY,BIOPHARMACEUTICALS AND CLINICAL PHARMACY:- Drug distribution and metabolism. Absorption and bioavailability of drugs. Biochemical role of hormones, vitamins, enzymes and nucleic acids. Principles involved and apparatus used in the analysis of blood, urine, gastric juice, feaces etc. Clinical aspects of Pharmacy and drug interaction. General principles of immunology. Immunological techniques used in Pharmacy.
12. MICROBIOLOGY:- Classification of different microbes, Microbial flora of human pathogenicity. Methods used for identification. Sterilization of different pharmaceutical dosage forms. Sterility testing. Methods of preparation of official sera and vaccines. Serological and diagnostic tests. Principles and methods of microbiological assays of the pharmacopoeia.
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