Procedure To Get Admission
  • Eligibility Criteria & Procedure For Admission.
  • The candidate must have passes class 12th in PCB or PCM from any recognised Board.
  • Admission process can be done via online or offline mode.
Document’s Required For Admission

Introduction to B. Pharmacy

B. Pharmacy, short for Bachelor of Pharmacy, is a 4-year undergraduate degree program that provides comprehensive knowledge and skills in the field of pharmacy.It prepares students for various roles in the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare sector.

Curriculum Overview

The B. Pharmacy curriculum covers a wide range of subjects including pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, and pharmacy practice.
Students learn about drug composition, formulation, delivery systems, and their effects on the human body.

Career Opportunities

B. Pharmacy graduates have diverse career opportunities.
They can work as pharmacists in retail pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, and pharmaceutical companies.
Additionally, they can pursue roles in research and development, regulatory affairs, quality control, and academia.

Further Studies

B. Pharmacy provides a solid foundation for further studies and specialization.
Many students choose to pursue higher education such as M Pharmacy, PhD in Pharmacy, or specialized courses in areas like clinical pharmacy, industrial pharmacy, or pharmaceutical management.

Licensing and Regulations

Graduates need to obtain a license to practice as pharmacists in most countries.
B. Pharmacy programs typically include training on pharmaceutical laws, regulations, and ethical considerations to ensure compliance with industry standards.

Scope in Research and Development

B. Pharmacy graduates play a crucial role in pharmaceutical research and development.
They contribute to the discovery, development, and testing of new drugs, as well as improving existing formulations and drug delivery systems.

Community Service

B. Pharmacy programs often involve community outreach activities such as health camps, awareness campaigns, and counseling sessions to promote public health and pharmaceutical care.

First Year
Second year
Third Year
Fourth year
Pattern For Board Examinations

Pattern For Board Examinations

  • Each Subject Carry 100 Marks.
  • Total marks 100/50 – passing.
  • 75 (Theory).
  • 25 (Internal) (College Hand).

Paper Pattern For 75 Marks

  • 20 marks for long Essay  (3 out of 3 question) – Each question carry 10 Marks.
  • 35 marks for Short Essays (9 out of 7 question) – Each question carry 5 Marks.
  • 20 marks for Short Answers (10 out of 10 question) – Each question carry 2 Marks.
Scope Of Pharmacy
Scope Of Pharmacy
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