About the Programme


The Bachelor of Pharmacy program (B. Pharm) is crafted to equip students with comprehensive and hands-on training for a career in Pharmaceutical Sciences. With a strong focus on research, innovation, and creativity, this program aims to mold students into industry-ready professionals. It covers a spectrum of skills necessary for success in the field, including understanding the drug development process, patient usage patterns, and optimizing patient care through collaboration with other healthcare providers.




For admission into the XIIth grade, candidates must have attained a minimum of 60% marks, with Physics and Chemistry as mandatory subjects, along with the choice of either Mathematics, Biology, or Biotechnology.

The minimum age requirement for admission is 17 years.

For lateral entry:

Candidates must have successfully completed a Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) with at least 50% marks or a CGPA of 6.0.

For migration from other universities:

  1. Candidates must have secured a minimum of 50% marks or a CGPA of 5.0 in the first year of B.Pharma on a 10-point scale.

  2. XIIth grade with a minimum of 50% marks, with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects, and an additional subject from Mathematics, Biology, or Biotechnology.

This course employs a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, seminars, flipped classrooms, hands-on practical sessions, and project-based learning. The department boasts ample infrastructure, well-equipped laboratories, a computer center, and an extensive library stocked with resources to support student learning and research endeavors.


Fee Structure

Duration 4 years
Tuition Fee (per annum) 1,29,000
Exam Fee (per annum) 15,000


Programme Outcomes


  • Understand the fundamental aspects of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, behavioral and social pharmacy sciences, as well as administrative pharmacy sciences and manufacturing practices.

  • Showcase proficient planning skills, encompassing effective time management, resource allocation, delegation prowess, and organizational proficiency. Formulate and execute plans adeptly, orchestrating tasks to meet designated deadlines.

  • Problem Analysis: Apply the principles of scientific inquiry, thinking analytically, clearly, and critically, when addressing challenges and making decisions in daily activities. Systematically search for, assess, and apply information, ensuring decisions are well-founded and justifiable.

  • Utilize contemporary pharmacy-related computing tools effectively by understanding their limitations. Learn, choose, and employ suitable methods, procedures, and resources.
  • Leadership Skills: Recognize and take into account how people respond to change, address motivation challenges, and foster leadership and teamwork when strategizing changes necessary to fulfill professional, practical, and societal duties. Assume active roles as accountable citizens or leaders as needed to promote enhancements in health and overall welfare.


  • Professional Identity: It's crucial for individuals to comprehend, assess, and articulate the significance of their professional roles within society. This applies to various sectors such as healthcare, health promotion, education, management, and employment.
  • In the realm of pharmaceutical ethics, it is essential to uphold one's personal values while navigating professional and social situations. This entails respecting cultural differences and individual perspectives on values, communication, and ways of life. By employing ethical frameworks, it becomes possible to make decisions that align with moral principles, taking accountability for the resulting outcomes.
  • Effective communication involves being able to interact proficiently with pharmacists and the general public. This includes understanding and composing concise reports, delivering compelling presentations, creating clear documentation, and providing and receiving unambiguous instructions.


Programme Educational Objectives

  • Contribute collaborative and hands-on learning as aspiring healthcare professionals of the future, while advancing research within the realm of the Pharmacy profession.
  • Enroll in further education to broaden your understanding and showcase your abilities in overseeing National Health Programs.
  • Engage in ethical, forward-thinking, and modern entrepreneurship.