Staff Nurse, DCO (Drug Controller Officer), GPAT, Pharmacist New Batch Started

The role of a drug controller is inevitable in the health related fields. They ensure quality and safety of drugs and monitor the collection and supply of these drugs at controlled prices. There are many colleges and universities providing undergraduate, post graduate and even research level courses for students who wish to take up a career as drugs controller. Many students are attracted towards this profession due to the pay structure and job satisfaction they get from this profession. Those who wish to pursue a career in this field can take up their job in Central Drugs Standard Control Organizations (CDSCO), health departments of various Guides, National Guide on Drug Abuse, Narcotics department etc.

Established under the Act Of State Government- “The Rajasthan University Of Health Sciences Act, 2005” (Act No. 1 of 2005)”on 25 day February, 2005, the University aims to disseminate and advance knowledge in medical and health sciences. The University provides academic and research facilities in various streams to the students studying in various Government Colleges (Medical, Dental, Nursing, Pharmacy & Paramedical) and private colleges/institutions affiliated to this University. The University endeavours the process of making itself a leader in world medical education by focusing on the systemic instructions, teaching, training and research activities.

Essential Qualification:

1. A person who has a degree in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences or Medicine with specialization in Clinical Pharmacology or Microbiology from a University established in India by Law. as prescribed in Rule 49 of the Drug & Cosmetics Rule 1945.

2. Candidate should have knowledge of Devanagari hindi



Drugs controller need to have good knowledge about drugs and their manufacturing. They play an important role in manufacturing, testing and import and export of drugs. They need to be keen and vigilant. They should possess decision making skills. They also need to be good in communication. They need to have professional skills which are very important for the development of drugs. They also need to possess managerial skills along with leadership skills.