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This pharmacopoeia contained western and also traditional drugs, and the same policy continued while preparing the Pharmacopoeia of India and its. The Indian Pharmacopoeia commission has a three-tier policy Supplement. III. Addendum. & IV. Pharmacopoeia of India and its Supplement p pp. ❑ There had been a phenomenal growth and development of the Indian Pharma industry since.

The later address highlighted the fact that pharmacists were no longer dignified compounders. The other topics covered by him included pharmaceutical education for retail pharmacists as well as collegiate education, doctor-pharmacist relationship and need for updating pharmacy legislation.

The last appendix is reprint of an autobiographical review by Chopra contributed to Annual Review of Pharmacology in Problems and Prospects of a Pharmacological Career in India. Volume 7 is totally devoted to Sir Ram Nath Chopra and could be taken as a continuation of the appendices of the previous volume.

It contains a very brief biography of Chopra and reprints of 13 of his publications.

The reprints cover a wide range of topics and give a glimpse of his scientific activities between Four of these deal with the problems of Pharmacy profession. It is interesting that in his presidential address to Indian Science Congress in he pleaded for the establishment of a Central Institute of Drug Research helping establishment of CDRI at Lucknow in and raising the retirement age of medical personnel to 65 years.

The last paper in this volume is his autobiographical contribution to Annual Reviews of Pharmacology in This also has been included in Volume 6 of the series. Volume 7 also contains 3 appendices.

Appendix 1 is a contribution from his long time associate, B. The second paper in Pharma Times of details Chopra's role in developing and upgrading the discipline of Pharmacy. The last appendix is a list of scientific publications of Chopra between It provided complete references to his nearly papers and 10 books. The papers cover a bright range of topics. The largest share has been taken by natural products followed by basic research and drug addiction.

The list includes 63 reviews and an equal number of papers on diverse topics in medical and pharmaceutical sciences. These would be good source material for future research workers.


Many of these papers are of great historical value but have been published in journals not easily available. One of these organizations should procure copies of all these publication with the help of Prof. Harkishan Singh and publish these in a book form.

Both the volumes have been well formatted and are almost totally free from printing mistakes. These are extensively indexed. A hall mark of Prof.

Singh's publications has been verification of all facts from original sources. This has been maintained in the present volumes also and has helped to solve existing controversies and doubts in several instances.

Singh is the leading historian of Indian Pharmacy and we should look forward to more such authentic volumes in the series containing meticulously and painstakingly collected data on the subject in the years to come.

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Singh must have got by now perhaps the richest and largest collection of original documents or their copies on various facets of development and growth of the Pharmaceutical Sciences in the country. The conservation and availability of this valuable resource to future researchers need to be ensured.

One of these institutions can help conversion of this treasure in an electronic form besides conserving the hard copies.

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Ministry of Health and Family Wel Written in English. Subjects Pharmacopoeias. Places India. Table of Contents Vol. A-O v. P-Z, appendices v.

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