Updated on Jul 25, 2022 12:30 IST
Radhika Sharma

Radhika SharmaAssociate Senior Executive

Pharmacy is not just a degree to run a drugstore. A Pharma degree or pharma diploma course is a tool to join the field of medicine research and development as a career option. A drug/medicine before being prescribed by a doctor has to undergo tests and approvals. It is tested in a lab, studied for dosage and side effects, only then prescription guidelines are formed. The medicines then undergo clinical trials and only when after studying all the possible effects of the medicine, it is introduced in the market. Pharmacists are a part of the entire process. They are also responsible for introducing a new drug/ medicine to various medical practitioners. 

Role of Pharmacists in Healthcare Industry

The role of a pharmacist does not end here. They study and keep track of all medicines and products with market surveys by connecting with a medical practitioner and distributors for any side effects, reactions, and allergies, etc. Although, before distribution in a market the medicines are tested in labs because of the complexity and diversity of human beings, different outcomes from the same medicine can occur, therefore, a pharmacy practitioner has to research and develop medicines and prescriptions at multitudes. Pharmacy basically includes everything related to your wellness right from the food you consume to the cosmetics, lifestyle products, health, and chemical products that you use.

Looking at the scope of Pharmacy in the healthcare industry, a survey report called ‘Pharmacy at a glance 2015-2017 by International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), community pharmacy is the largest contributor with 75.1 percent of registered pharmacists employed followed by hospital pharmacy with 13.2 percent. The services provided by pharmacy practitioners include:

Improving the use of medicines: Reviewing medicines, medicines for hypertension management, directly observed treatments, short courses based medicines, medication reconciliation and new drug development.

Product-focused services: This includes compounding medicines (based on prescriptions by medical practitioners) and assembling expired medicines from a market. 

Public health services: This includes promoting health initiatives, vaccinations, health camps, and other health-related awareness.

World Health Organization (WHO) in India is aiming to strengthen the pharmaceutical sector, including drug regulations, volume, and trade, to facilitate the pharmaceuticals in becoming crucial for India’s growth. The WHO in close association with the Government of India controls the strengths and collaborations for improving the pharmaceutical sector.

For making WHO 2030 Sustainable Development agenda a success, access to medicines is a critical factor. Thus, WHO India’s key strategy is to strengthen the Regulatory system that can help access to quality, safe, effective, and inexpensive medical products in an unbiased manner.

Moreover, WHO India is also effectively working on establishing pharmacovigilance systems by integrating public health programmes, promoting rational drug use initiatives for a medical product in accordance with National Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance as well as strengthening procurement and supply chain management.

Pharmacy Entrance Tests in India

To enrol in any of the pharma courses, candidates need to fulfill the eligibility criteria, appear and clear respective admission tests of different pharmacy colleges/institutes. The selection procedure includes academic eligibility, valid scores and rank in entrance tests. Here is a list of Pharma entrance exams:

Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT)

Other Pharma Examinations

West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam

UPSEE

GUJCET

Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test

Karnataka Common Entrance Test

TS EAMCET

BITSAT

AP EAMCET

ITM NEST

NIPER Joint Entrance Exam

Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test

Dayananda Sagar University Admission Test

Central Universities Common Entrance Test

BITS Higher Degree Admission Test

West Bengal University of Technology Post Graduate Entrance Test

Andhra Pradesh Post-Graduate Common Entrance Test

GLA University Entrance Test (GLAET)

Uttarakhand State Entrance Exam

OJEE Post Graduate Admission Test

Integral University Entrance Test

Jaipur National University Combined Entrance Test

Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test

Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission

DHSG University Post Graduate Entrance Test

Himachal Pradesh Common Entrance Test

Manipal University Online Entrance Test

Pharma Skills

While a person pursuing a career in this field will be able to develop core skills and knowledge after pursuing a Pharmacy course and gaining experience with years of practicing, however, they need to have basic skills set. These include:

Communication skills and interpersonal skills

Medicinal and scientific research skills

Curiosity and persuasive skills

Business skills like marketing, organising

Technical skills

Sharp memory and knowledge

Therapeutic and counselling skills 

Medical writing and ethics

Determinant and consistency skills

Adaptation ability to dynamic situations

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Pharma Eligibility Criteria

Pharmacy is offered at different levels and to get admission in any of the Pharma courses, candidates need to fulfill the required eligibility criteria for the particular course. Check below eligibility criteria for Pharmacy courses:

Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm): Candidates should have completed higher secondary education with science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm): Candidates must have completed their higher education from the national- or state-level education board. They must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology and English subjects. They must complete 17 years of age on December 31 of the year of admission. 

Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm): Candidates who have completed B. Pharm degree with minimum qualifying marks as required from a pharmacy college as approved by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

For Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D): For a six-year course, candidates must have completed higher education from any state/national education board. They must have studied Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects with Mathematics or Biology as additional subjects. They must have completed 17 years of age in the year of admission. Or, candidates holding a diploma in pharmacy are also eligible for Pharm. D course provided they fulfill all other conditions as well.

On the other hand, for three-year course candidates, who have completed the Bachelor of Pharmacy course from an institute recognized under the PCI, are eligible for Pharm. D course. They must have completed higher secondary education or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or Biology subjects.

Pharma Syllabus

A student pursuing a Pharma course at UG/PG/Diploma/PhD level will be studying the syllabus including specialised pharma subjects, assignments, projects, industrial training, internship, etc. Moreover, the curriculum of Pharmacy courses also includes communication skills develelopment, environmental science studies, ethical practices and regulations of Pharmacy Council of India. Here we have provided Pharmacy course curriculum at different levels:

Pharmacy Courses

Course name

Syllabus

Diploma in Pharmacy

Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmacognosy

Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Human Education and

Community Pharmacy

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Drugs Store and Business Management

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy

Pharm. D

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Pharmaceutics

Medicinal Biochemistry

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

Remedial Mathematics/ Biology

Pathophysiology

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Pharmacognosy & Phyto-pharmaceuticals

Pharmacology

Community Pharmacy

Pharmaco-therapeutics

Pharmaceutical Analysis

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Medicinal Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Formulations

Hospital Pharmacy

Clinical Pharmacy

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

Clinical Toxicology

Clinical Research

Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics

Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacotherapeutic Drug Monitoring

B. Pharm

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Pharmaceutical Analysis

Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

Communication skills

Remedial Biology/Remedial Mathematics

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

Biochemistry

Pathophysiology

Computer Applications in Pharmacy

Environmental sciences

Physical Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Medicinal Chemistry

Pharmacology

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Industrial Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Herbal Drug Technology

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Quality Assurance

Herbal Drug Technology

Instrumental Methods of Analysis

Pharmacy Practice

Novel Drug Delivery System

Biostatistics and Research Methodology

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

Pharma Marketing Management

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science

Pharmacovigilance

Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals

Computer Aided Drug Design

Cell and Molecular Biology

Cosmetic Science

Experimental Pharmacology

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques

Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals

Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutics

  

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Drug Delivery System

Modern Pharmaceutics

Regulatory Affair

Molecular Pharmaceutics (NanoTech and Targeted DDS)

Advanced Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

Computer Aided Drug Delivery System

Cosmetic and Cosmeceuticals

MPharm in Industrial Pharmacy

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Pharmaceutical

Formulation Development

Novel drug delivery systems

Intellectual Property Rights

Advanced Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

Scale up and Technology Transfer

Pharmaceutical Production Technology

Entrepreneurship Management

MPharm in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Advanced Organic Chemistry

Advanced Medicinal chemistry

Chemistry of Natural Products

Advanced Spectral Analysis

Computer Aided Drug Design

Pharmaceutical Process Chemistry

MPharm in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis

Pharmaceutical Validation

Food Analysis

Advanced Instrumental Analysis

Modern Bio-Analytical Techniques

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

Herbal and Cosmetic Analysis

MPharm in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance

Analytical Techniques

Quality Management System

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

Product Development and Technology Transfer

Hazards and Safety Management

Pharmaceutical Validation

Audits and Regulatory Compliance

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology

MPharm in Regulatory Affairs

Good Regulatory Practices

Documentation and Regulatory Writing

Clinical Research Regulations

Regulations and Legislation for Drugs & Cosmetics, Medical Devices, Biologicals & Herbals, and Food & Nutraceuticals In India and Intellectual Property Rights

Regulatory Aspects of Drugs & Cosmetics

Regulatory Aspects of Herbal & Biologicals

Regulatory Aspects of Medical Devices

Regulatory Aspects of Food & Nutraceuticals

MPharm in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Microbial and Cellular Biology

Bioprocess Engineering and Technology

Advanced Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Proteins and protein Formulation

Immuno-technology

Bioinformatics and Computer Technology

Biological Evaluation of Drug Therapy

MPharm in Pharmacy Practice

Clinical Pharmacy Practice

Pharmaco-therapeutics

Hospital & Community Pharmacy

Clinical Research

Principles of Quality Use of Medicines

Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Pharmaco-epidemiology & Pharmaco-economics

MPharm in Pharmacology

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Advanced Pharmacology

Pharmacological and Toxicological Screening Methods

Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

Principles of Drug Discovery

Experimental Pharmacology practical

MPharm in Pharmacognosy

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

Advanced Pharmacognosy

Phytochemistry

Industrial Pharmacognostical Technology

Medicinal Plant biotechnology

Indian system of medicine

Herbal cosmetics

Pharma Job Profiles 

Pharmacist: A pharmacist is usually associated with healthcare centres, individual medical practitioners, hospitals, and every medical association. Their responsibilities include advising medical practitioners in the healthcare industry i.e. doctors, nurses, medical technicians about drugs and their uses, dosage as well as side effects. They also check for safety standards of new medicines developed, advise on medicines with suitable diets, dosages, prescription or no prescription drugs as well as suggest the most appropriate form of medications such as tablets, vaccinations, drops, ointments, liquid syrups, inhalers etc. The sales, marketing, and distribution of medicines are also managed by pharmacists.

Pharmacologist: A person holding a degree in Pharmacology specialisation works in the research and development of Drugs for Pharmacy Industry. A Pharmacologist study observes and alters the drugs developed as per the standards of Pharmacy Regulations. They majorly work in cardiovascular pharmacology, Neuropharmacology, psychopharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology, safety pharmacology, Toxicology, and more.

Food and cosmetic products development scientist: A pharmacy degree holder is not just restricted to preparing drugs but also, they are involved in researching and developing products beyond medicines such as cosmetics and food. There are people who are allergic to a certain food such as gluten allergy, lactose intolerance, etc. and on the consumption of such foods, they develop serious allergies, therefore, a pharmacy scientist researches to develop food free from these allergic elements. In a similar way, they help develop harmless and non-allergic cosmetic products. For a scientist, a laboratory is a workplace, most of the time is invested in writing about research carried out by them along with the right instructions. All the how-to-use instructions, best before/expiry dates, ingredients, and any specific notes you find on medicines, cosmetics, and food products is a scientists’ work. They send the guidelines/instructions after lab testing as per the standards set by the regulatory authorities to the manufacturing units.

Clinical Trial Research Associate: This role is relatively crucial because as an associate in Clinical Trial Research, the collection of data in research studies, interpret it as well as document the research. Moreover, the CTR Associate is responsible to verify the vaccinations, medicines, medical devices, and other clinical monitoring tools. They are involved in ensuring that protocols are followed, regulations are considered as well as authenticating the CRT data and information. The CRT associates manage the clinical studies for diseases, diagnostics, and monitoring the clinical study labs as well as risk management in clinical trials.

Pharmacy Top Recruiters

Indian Recruiters

International Recruiters

  • Lupin
  • Cipla
  • Piramal
  • Sun Pharmaceuticals
  • Aurobindo Pharma
  • Dr, Reddy’s Laboratories
  • Serum Institute of India Ltd
  • Biocon

 

  • Pfizer
  • AbbVie
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Amgen
  • Merck

Pharmacy: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Being a Pharmacist (B. Pharm), how will the post-graduation specialization in Pharmaceutics help me shape my career?

A: Pharmaceutics is one of the most preferred branches for MPharm Pharmaceutics is the branch that will help you learn about the process of production of Tablets, Syrups, Capsules, Suppositories and other dosage forms of active chemical/medicinal substances. The global pharmaceuticals market was worth $934.8 billion in 2017 and is still growing at a much faster speed. You can gain experience and expertise in product research and drug design avenues.

Q: Can I pursue BPharm through correspondence?

A: No. You cannot pursue BPharm through correspondence. The BPharm programme is a full-time classroom programme and has lab practicals involved hence, it cannot be pursued via correspondence.   

Q: Do I have to appear for GPAT for admission in BPharm?

A: No, you don’t have to appear for GPAT to get admission in Bachelor of Pharmacy. You can pursue Nursing right after your class 12 exam with 45% marks in science (PCB/M) from any recognised board. (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Maths). The minimum age for admission in the Bachelor of Pharmacy programme is 17 years on or before December 31, 2019. GPAT is only valid for admission in the Master of Pharmacy programme.

Q: What are the best course options after BPharm?

A: You can go for Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) after completing your graduation in the same field. Also, you can opt for a course in healthcare and hospital management. By pursuing healthcare and hospital management course you can choose from a variety of sub-fields like finance, human resources, and patient care. NIPER also offers programme like MTech (Pharm), MBA (Pharm), aspirants can also opt to pursue these courses after their BPharm degree.

Q: Is there any specialization or specialized programme for BPharm?

A: No. BPharm is an Undergraduate level programme and has the course curriculum designed accordingly. BPharm programme doesn’t offer any specialization.    

Q: Which are the top Pharmacy entrance exams in in India?

A: There are a number of entrances exams at state, national and university level which facilitates admission in various institutes across India. Few entrance exams are GPAT (Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test), NIPER JEE, Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE-Pharmacy), RUHS Pharmacy. For more information, read the List of Top Pharmacy Exams in India

Q: What are the eligibility criteria for BPharm and DPharm?

A: Diploma in Pharmacy (DPharm): Applicants should have completed higher secondary education with science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. Bachelor in Pharmacy (BPharm): Applicants must have completed their higher education from the national- or state-level education board. They must have studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology subjects. They must complete 17 years of age on December 31 of the year of admission.   

Q: How can I get admission to the BPharm course?

A: The BPharm admission process consists of the entrance exam and personal interview. To get admission to the BPharm programme, the applicant will have to fill an application form and follow the admission process and fulfill the required eligibility criteria.  

Q: Do I need to appear for an entrance exam for BPharm?

A:  Yes. BPharm is a medical professional programme and one has to appear for the entrance test to get admitted to the course. So, if you want to pursue BPharm from a reputed Institute, taking an entrance exam at the national and state level is mandatory.    

Q: What is the duration of the BPharm course?

A: BPharm is an undergraduate level programme and is a Four-year.    

Q: I got only 50% in the B. Pharm course but scored very good marks on GPAT. How will it be beneficial for me?

A: You are GPAT qualified and hence you can pursue M. Pharm in any of the different branches such as
  • Master of Pharmacy – MPharm Pharmaceutics
  • Master of Pharmacy – MPharm Pharmacology
  • Master of Pharmacy – MPharm Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Master of Pharmacy – MPharm Pharmaceutical Analysis
Masters in Pharmacy will help you gain knowledge and expertise in a particular domain and greater career aspects as well.

Q: What does a Pharmacist do on a daily basis?

A: Pharmacists are the bridging gap between the doctor and the patient. The major task a pharmacist carries forward is to dispense drugs and medicines prescribed by the doctors, surgeons and other health practitioners and inform the patients about their use and precautions. Pharmacists may also advise or suggest doctors and health practitioners about the selection, dosage, interactions, and side effects of medicines and drugs.

Q: Can I pursue a course in Pharmacy after completing class 12? What courses can I choose from?

A: Yes, you can pursue various courses after completing your class 12. Depending upon your choice you can choose from Diploma, Degree and Doctoral programmes. Starting with Diploma in Pharmacy, which is a three-year course, and students who have completed class 12 with Science stream (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics) are eligible to pursue this course. After that, you can also opt for B. Pharm and B. Pharm (Ayurveda) which is a four-year course. Again students who have passed the 12th Science stream are eligible to pursue the above-mentioned courses. You can also choose Pharm D (Doctor of Pharmacy) which is a Doctoral level course. But students who have passed class 12 from the Science stream with subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics are eligible to pursue the DPharm course. DPharm program is a six-year course.

Q: What type of career aspects I can expect after completing any programme in Pharmacy?

A: You can choose any of the roles from the list below depending upon your interest and inclination  
  • Pharmacist
  • Medical representative
  • Scientist (Research field)
  • Teacher (Junior Lecturer)
  • Quality Control Officer
  • Clinical Research professional
  • Drug Inspector
  • Marketing professional

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Popular Private Pharmacy Colleges in India

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Comments

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What is the fees for B.Pharma at SAGE University?

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Pranshu kr singh

Contributor-Level 6

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3.60 lac for 4 year course of B.Pharma at SAGE university.

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I have 66% marks in 12th and 70 marks in NEET. Can I get admission in PVP Mumbai for D.Pharma?

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Pranshu kr singh

Contributor-Level 6

20 hours ago

Yes ,you can get addmission in D.pharma only crietria for addmission in D.pharm is minimum 50 %marks in PCB/PCM

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Hakkikullah college of pharmacy se hamko B.Pharma Karna hai.

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Pranshu kr singh

Contributor-Level 6

20 hours ago

Yes you can take admission in this college directly with the minimum aggregate marks is 50% in PCB /PCM stream.

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When will be admissions for D.Pharma going to start at Government College of Pharmacy?

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Eksha Sunderka

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Admissions for D.Pharma are started and almost going to end so try next year or go to private colleges for admission.

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Which colleges in Nagpur offer B.Pharma?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

2 days ago

These colleges in Nagpur offer B.Pharma:
Sonekar College Of Pharmacy
SSCP-Shree Sainath College of Pharmacy
BCYRCE-B C Y R College of Engineering
GCP-Government College of Pharmacy Koradi
CIIP-Central India Institute Of Pharmacy.

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Can I get admission for seat in B.Pharma in Hyderabad near Ranga Reddy district?

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Eksha Sunderka

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Here are the colleges you can go for:
Avanthi Institute of pharma Science
Basavaraju Krishna bai Laxmi educational society group of institutions
Bharat institute of technology
Bharat school of pharmacy.

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Which are the colleges in Maharashtra for B.Pharma with fees between 3-5 lakh? What is their admission procedure?

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Eksha Sunderka

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With 68 percentile it's tough to get a college with 3-5lakhs fees.

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Which university has better placement opportunities in pharmacy, Chandigarh University or LPU?

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Japneet Duggal

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Chandigarh University being a new university has high placement records compared to LPU. LPU is known for its sports industry and Chandigarh University beats it every aspect nowadays.

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sahil dhomne

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Chandigarh University has better placement than LPU.

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What is the eligibility criteria for MBBS or B.Pharma at KIIT College?

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Eksha Sunderka

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The total fee of MBBS is INR 64.75 Lacs for four years. Candidates who have completed Class 12 and qualified NEET are eligible to apply for MBBS programme. For B.Pharma you just need your 12th with PCB and 50% in total.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma.) at Dnyansadhana College of Pharmacy.

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Pranshu kr singh

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for diploma in pharmacy minimum aggregate marks is 50% in PCB/PCM

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for M.Pharm. in Pharmaceutical Analysis at MSU Baroda.

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Pranshu kr singh

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Minimum aggregate marks in b.pharmacy is 50%

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma) at IMT Pharmacy College .

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Pranshu kr singh

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Minimum 50%aggregate marks in 12th with PCB/PCM

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for M.Pharma. in Pharmaceutics at Sinhgad College of Pharmacy .

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Pranshu kr singh

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Minimum 50% aggregate marks in b.pharmacy

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma.) at Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy, Udgir.

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Pranshu kr singh

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Minimum aggregate percent in 12th with pcb or pcm stream is 50%

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) at Parul University .

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Anshul jain

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For Bachelor of Pharmacy, you have to score good in your 12th with 50 above percent for the admission in Parul University.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharma.) at SIPS.

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Anshul jain

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For the admission in B.pharma you have to score good mark in 12th jn pcb with above 50 percent

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What is the minimum rank to a get seat in Ravi Shankar University for B.Pharma?

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Pranshu kr singh

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There is no ranking system to get admission. You have to pass 12th with any PCB /PCM stream with minimum 50% aggregate marks.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) at Sandip University .

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Anshul jain

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In MHT CET, you have to qualify with minimum 60 percentage.

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Pranshu kr singh

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For Maharashtra State Candidates and All India Candidature- Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the subjects Mathematics or Biology or Biotechnology with at least 50% marks (Backward class categories/PWD- 45%) and obtained s...For Maharashtra State Candidates and All India Candidature- Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the subjects Mathematics or Biology or Biotechnology with at least 50% marks (Backward class categories/PWD- 45%) and obtained score in MHT-CET. For direct second year admissions, should have passed Diploma Course in Pharmacy with at least 45 % marks (Backward class categories/PWD- 40%) from an AICTE or Pharmacy Council of India or Central or State Government approved Institution or its equivalent.

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I want to know about the fee structure at WTM College of Pharmacy for Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma.).

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Anshul jain

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The fees ranges from 2 to 3 lakh for D.Pharma course.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Lokmanya Tilak Institute of Pharmacy for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharma.).

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Khushi Meghani

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The fee structure for Lokmanya Tilak Institute of Pharmacy for B Pharma is around 1 lac per year.

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Please provide the placement record of B.Pharma of DY Patil College.

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Khushi Meghani

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Dr DY Patil College of Pharmacy has released the 2021 placement Statistics. A total of 28 students were placed in industries during 2021 placements. Further, 27 students opted for further education and some turned out as entrepreneurs. The median package offered to B.Pharma and M.Pharma students...Dr DY Patil College of Pharmacy has released the 2021 placement Statistics. A total of 28 students were placed in industries during 2021 placements. Further, 27 students opted for further education and some turned out as entrepreneurs. The median package offered to B.Pharma and M.Pharma students during Dr DY Patil College of Pharmacy placements 2021 was the same and the amount stood at INR 3 LPA.

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Which is the best college for pharmacy in Jalgaon? I have done 12th.

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Khushi Meghani

Beginner-Level 5

4 days ago

KYDSCT's College of Pharmacy
Government Polytechnic.

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Eksha Sunderka

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4 days ago

Shri Gulabrao Deokar Institute of Pharmacy & Research Center
SSBT's Institute of Pharmacy
Shashtry institute of pharmacy.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Birbhum Pharmacy School for Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma.).

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Khushi Meghani

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2 years course with fee Rs.1 lac 3 thousand per year.

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I want admission in Indala College of Pharmacy. What is the process?

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Eksha Sunderka

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4 days ago

Go to their official website. Fill up the form in the APPLY NOW section
You will get a call.

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I have 75 score in CET exam. Which college can I get for B.Pharma?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

Hellolooking at your score there are a few colleges I will list for you with their annual fees and you can choose whichever suits you best. 1. S hri. Pandit Baburao Chaugule College of Pharmacy Rahanal - Fees NA2. Ideal institute of pharmacy, Wada 1L Per annum3. Prabodhan shikshan prasarak sansth...Hello
looking at your score there are a few colleges I will list for you with their annual fees and you can choose whichever suits you best.
1. S hri. Pandit Baburao Chaugule College of Pharmacy Rahanal - Fees NA
2. Ideal institute of pharmacy, Wada 1L Per annum
3. Prabodhan shikshan prasarak sanstha sadavali- 77,500 per year
4. Yashwantrao bhonsale college of pharmacy, santwadi - 1,10,000 per year
Hope this helps you.

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Which college is better for B.Pharma among SVKM Dhule and RC Patel?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

In my opinion R. C. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education is better as they have good placement.

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Can I get any college for B.Pharma in Maharashtra with 61% marks in 12th?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

No, it's not possible.
Try harder next year.
All the best.

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I want full information about D.Pharma. What is its fees and duration in India? Is there any scholarship?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

D.Pharma makes person eligible to work as registered Pharmacist in India. After completing the course, students can get employment opportunities as Pharmacist in private and government hospitals. Person can work in health clinics, NGOs, community health centres. It's a Two-year course. You need 5...D.Pharma makes person eligible to work as registered Pharmacist in India. After completing the course, students can get employment opportunities as Pharmacist in private and government hospitals. Person can work in health clinics, NGOs, community health centres. It's a Two-year course. You need 50% in your 12th with PCB as a main subject. Fees vary from place to place. Government fees are too low. Private fees are approx. 40,000-100,000 depending upon level of university. If you want scholarship, then you have to appear for NEET exams or state level exams of medical. Honestly speaking, this course is only for whom who want to open a pharmacy shop. Other than that, you will not be considered anywhere because B.Pharma students are given priority.

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Are admissions open at Al Shifa College of Pharmacy for B.Pharma?

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

Yes, admissions are open. You can find application form from the official website at the upper right corner. "KSSPCMA Application for Admission To B.Pharma/Pharma. D 2022-23".

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) at Jadavpur University .

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Eksha Sunderka

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

The latest cutoff information for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) at Jadavpur University:
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