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Transition from Undergraduate to a professional programme

July 4, 2022

To be a great professional, it is very important for the students passed out from pharmacy college to be highly skilled and efficient, which is an outcome of many effective study processes and techniques.

The major actions which can be taken by students of pharmacy colleges can be-

Be Intentional with Your Time
Regular advice will save a student from stress and enhance the overall happiness. As a student of Pharmacy College in Jaipur, you will have so many areas in your life demanding your time: studying, going to class, work, and student organizations. A student can spend some time considering priorities among this list.

Form Study Groups
It is difficult to invite new friends to join the study group, but try to keep a study group of 3 or 4 people only to help maintain productivity. You and your classmates are all coming into pharmacy school with different educational backgrounds; these study groups help assess your gaps in knowledge as you work through research material.

Get Involved
Being intentional with your time and making a list of 3 to 4 things that you are passionate about and find organizations that will help you pursue the passions. If you find that this is hard to do in your first year, it is fine to explore it later by joining various student study groups.

Remember the Why
Whenever a student feels overwhelmed, it is always good to go back to the reason why you started.Why do you want to be a pharmacist? Write this down and post it somewhere where it is easily visible such as desk, backpack, and planner. The “why” factor can be a motivator through tough times and can help students reach the career goal of becoming a pharmacist.

Enjoying College Time

Being involved in Student Councils of Pharmacy College in Jaipur, there are numerous opportunities which provide stress relief. Favorite stress-reliever put on by the College is a weekend-long event with competitions, music, and fun-filled activities that are attended by students and faculty alike.