Exam is almost near and I am not prepared and there is a lot to study.
Hello everyone! I hope you’re all well 🙂
Don’t worry the TIGS team is here to help you. For today’s part we have a list of references that you all can refer to.
Few tips on how to prepare:
Work backwards – find out the things you will be tested on, look at past exam papers and work on the correlation between the most likely topics coming up.
Then work out the essential top 5-7 key one-liners you need to know. To break this down further – have 5-7 trigger key words that once you come across these, subsequently trigger whole swathes of paragraphs and key information you need that you can use for further analysis and evaluation.
Be extremely clear and transparent with your answers – people who read your answers like something that flows.
Lastly, people always like to read a good example. Have about 3 which you think would be really interesting to include.
Good luck! 🙂
RECOMMENDATION OF BOOKS FOR SOME TOPICS:
1. INDIAN SYSTEM OF MEDICINE:
Reference: Govt. Of India ministry of health and family welfare National formulary of Unani/ Ayurveda, J.M. Jaina and bros
Reference: Pullok Mukherjee
3. GOOD LABORATORY PRACTICES:
Reference: Bioanalytical sciences notes
4. DRUG ACT AND REGULATIONS:
Reference: PDF copy
5. THEORY OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC SEPARATION AND TLC:
Reference: P.D. Sethi
6. HPLC- 1:
Reference: Basic Gas Chromatography, McNair
References: 1.Biochemistry and Molecular biology, Wilson and Walker
2 Experimental biochemistry, Switzer and Garrity
Reference: Essential Bioinformatics, Jin Xiong
DRAFT BY: Juilee Mhatre