A B.Pharm (Bachelor of Pharmacy) is an undergraduate degree programme that focuses on pharmaceutical sciences, preparing students for a career in the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare sector, or research and development. It is a comprehensive programme that covers various aspects of drug discovery, development, manufacturing, and dispensing. The programme delves into the study of how drugs interact with the human body, their mechanisms of action, and their effects. After completing the programme, graduates can work as pharmacists in various settings, including retail pharmacies, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, and regulatory agencies. Some may choose to pursue higher education in pharmacy or related fields like pharmaceutical technology, pharmaceutical analysis, or clinical pharmacy.
After successful completion of this program, a student will be capable of working in a hospital and various other healthcare units. Increased employment opportunities and the ability to pursue higher education are the main attractions of this program.
Applicants must fulfil the following norms.
|Fee||One time admission Fee||One Time Registration Fee||Tuition Fee|
|FOR NATIONAL STUDENTS||Rs. 20,000||Rs. 10,000||Rs. 70,000 PER SEMESTER|
|FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS||$390||$1,300||$. 785 PER SEMESTER|
|SPECIAL SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR NATIONAL STUDENTS|
|95% & above in last qualified exam||100% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|90% - 94.99% in last qualified exam||70% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|85% - 89.99% in last qualified exam||50% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|80%-84.99% in last qualified exam||30% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|Ward of Defence Personnel||25% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|Person with Disability||25% Scholarship on tuition fee|
|Sports Person||25% Scholarship on tuition fee|
Once your admission offer letter has been issued, candidate has to pay the full tuition fees and other applicable fees for 1st Semester within the next 15 days. Registration will be considered done only after full payment of the requisite fees.