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B.Pharm
 

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) is a four-year undergraduate degree that requires students to have passed their 12th board exams in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks. Bachelor of Pharmacy admission is based on merit and entrance tests such as the GPAT, DSAT, BITSAT, and NEET. 

 

Highlights: - 

Degree Name

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Level

Undergraduate

Duration of the course

4 years

Eligibility

12th in PCM/B with minimum 50% Aggregate marks 

Education mode

Full-time

Admission Process

Merit and Entrance Exams

Entrance Exams

NEET UG, MHTCET, CUET APEAMCET, state CET, KEAM.

Fees of the course

Rs 2,000 - Rs 7.00 lacs

 

Eligibility Criteria: - 

  • Candidates must complete 12th with Biology from a recognised board.
  • Candidates must have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate marks.
  • Candidates must clear the cut off of the entrance exam for admission in B.Pharm.
     

Syllabus for B.Pharm: 

The B.Pharm syllabus will vary from college to college, but the course aims and subjects shall remain the same; the subject distribution over the syllabus may differ, but the study matter remains consistent. Nevertheless, candidates should check the official website to know the complete syllabus. Here is a general guide to B.Pharm syllabus design, as commonly followed by Indian colleges:
 

Semester 1

Semester 2

Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory and Practical

Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutics I – Theory and Practical

Biochemistry – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory and Practical

Pathophysiology – Theory

Communication skills – Theory and Practical

Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory and Practical

Remedial Biology/

Remedial Mathematics – Theory and Practical

Environmental sciences – Theory

Semester 3

Semester 4

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory

Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory and Practical

Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory and Practical

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory and Practical

Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory and Practical

Pharmacology I – Theory and Practical

 

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I– Theory and Practical

Semester 5

Semester 6

Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory

Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory and Practical

Industrial Pharmacy I– Theory and Practical

Pharmacology III – Theory and Practical

Pharmacology II – Theory and Practical

Herbal Drug Technology – Theory and Practical

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory and Practical

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics – Theory

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory

 

Quality Assurance –Theory

Semester 7

Semester 8

Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory and Practical

Biostatistics and Research Methodology

Industrial Pharmacy II – Theory

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

Pharmacy Practice – Theory

Pharm Marketing Management

Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science

Practice School

Pharmacovigilance

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Quality Control and Standardisation of

Herbals

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Computer Aided Drug Design

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Cell and Molecular Biology

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Cosmetic Science

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Experimental Pharmacology

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Advanced Instrumentation Techniques

 

 

Further studies after B.Pharm: - 

  • M.Pharm.
  • Certification Courses.: - Clinical Research, Pharmacovigilance, Regulatory Affairs, Hospital Pharmacy Practice, Industrial Pharmacy, Drug Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacy Management, and Pharmacy Practice.
  • Short-Term Training Programs.

 

 

FAQs

  1. Is B.Pharm a good course?
    It is a very good course and is job oriented. It provides diverse job opportunities in both Government and Private sectors.
     
  2. Is NEET necessary for B.Pharm?
    No, different colleges have their own entrance exams, and some of the common entrance exams are MET, BITSAT, UPSEE, PU CETect.
     
  3. Can I study PharmaD after B.Pharm?
    Students who have completed B.Pharm, from a recognised university approved by Pharmaceutical Council of India can pursue PharmaD.
     
  4. What are the jobs after B.Pharm?
    Some of the most jobs post completion of B.Pharm are Medical Writers, Drug Inspectors, Clinical Associate, Marketing/Sales Executive etc.
     
  5. Can I pursue B.Pharm with PCM?
    Yes, you can study B.Pharm with PCM.
     

Other medical courses and specialisations: - 

M.D, MBBS, M.S, B.Sc, M.Pharm, Diploma, M.Sc, Dental, Paramedical, Pharmacy, Dietetics & Nutrition, Ayurved.

 

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