Bachelor's degrees in Pharmacy enable one to do the work of a Pharmacist. It is a Four Years under Graduate Course. The curriculum is divided into 8 semesters and includes - lectures, practical, seminars, projects, etc. In addition to personality development training, industrial training, educational tour, and campus placement are also provided to our students. Pharmacy and professional education in India up to the degree of graduation is regulated by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) an official body governed by the provisions of the Pharmacy Act, 1948 passed by the Parliament of India with intake capacity of 100 seats. Pharmacy is the art and science of the preparation & distribution of drugs and medicines. Our curriculum is designed to provide valuable information on health care and biochemistry. Students are expected to take several tests and theatre classes. This course is meant for those students who want to pursue career in marketing, production, quality assurance and quality control sections of Pharmacy Industries. It provides excellent exposure to practical skills.
Eligibility Criteria & Duration
|Academic||Year||Tution Fee||Book Bank||NPTEL||Examination||Fee Total|
|BACHELOR OF PHARMACY||4 years||100000||5000||1100||Semester Pattern||124100|
• Modular framework of 8 semesters. • Flexibility in choosing a career from research, clinic, marketing. • Helps in building a strong background in basic science, management, and engineering related subjects. • Extensive training in research approaches, instrumental techniques, developing fields, and industrial operations. • From the third year onward students have the option of conducting projects (study/laboratory/computer related) in addition to the normal course, seminars, and assignments. • Option to choose a specific career route through electives.
Pharmacy graduates are employed in industry govern by private sector organizations such as, pharmaceutical companies , food & drink companies and cosmetics companies; where they can work in several areas such as, research and development, quality assurance, quality control, marketing, sales and management. There are other types of employment that can a pharmacy graduate can do such as: Join as a military pharmacist in the Armed. An academic pharmacist in Universities and research institutions. A veterinary pharmacist for various specialist practices, university veterinary schools, the pharmaceutical industry, government departments and agencies such as the Veterinary Medicines Directorate. Work as a community or hospital pharmacist. As Drug Inspector or Health Inspector.