Bachelor of Pharmacy

Overview

  • Location - GHRU Amravati
  • Duration - 4 year
  • Course Type - Full time
  • Affiliated - UGC

Bachelor of Pharmacy is a 4-year undergraduate course. B.Pharma Course consists of 8 semesters and includes all the core subjects of Pharmacy. This programme is designed to introduce the Properties and Impacts of Pharmaceutical drugs to students. This programme trains students to counsel patients about the proper use of drugs as well as medication. Mainly students will get to learn about Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy etc.

This course focuses on human anatomy, medication and drug dosage, drug action, effects and reactions. Students gain in-depth knowledge of active ingredients which are in use to make drugs. One learns to maintain the drug's quality in storage. In addition, this course trains students to be industry-ready when they participate in Holistic Pharmaceutical care in a real-life work setting. Plenty of industrial visits and practical sessions provide students with a lot of experience on real-life situations. This 4-year Bachelor of Pharmacy course has an intake of 60 seats.

Course Structure

B.Pharm Course consists of 8 semesters for four academic years and six semesters for three academic years. The syllabus for this course is prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi, from time to time. The syllabus includes Semester pattern theory and practicals. Bachelors of Pharmacy course includes:

  • The Academic Council of every particular University and the Pharmacy Council of India decide Courses and Subjects.
  • The Academic Council of the University and PCI decide the job internships, lab work, practicals, industrial training, projects, etc.
  • The Academic Council and PCI decide the scheme of examinations as well on occasions.
  • The curriculum of each course requires approval by the Board of Studies and the Academic Council of that University.

Eligibility

Students who have graduated 12th board examinations are eligible for applying for this course. They should have taken chemistry, Physics, Maths/Biology and scored 45% of minimum percentage ( for the open category) and 40% for the reserved category to be eligible for the B.Pharm Course.

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Admission Procedure

  • Before starting every admission cycle, the University issues a notification on the University website, notice board and other public domains like newspapers, etc.
  • After the last date of application is over, a list of shortlisted students is put up on the University website, notice board, or the students are informed directly about their admission.
  • You are eligible to apply even if you’re awaiting the results of your qualifying examination(s). Such candidates are offered provisional admissions and have to submit their previous years’ mark sheet to confirm that they fall into the eligibility criteria. You must submit your mark sheet before the due date of applying for admissions. Once the provisional admission is approved, the candidate will have one month to provide the mark sheet for the qualifying examination. Subsequently, failing to do so will result in the cancellation of provisional admission.
  • If a candidate is granted provisional admission under the above-mentioned conditions and the said candidate fails to meet the eligibility criteria or has failed to obtain the required marks. In that case, the provisional admission is cancelled.
  • An application form is rejected for the following reasons:
    1. The candidate fails to fulfil the eligibility criteria provided by the University.
    2. The admission is cancelled if the candidate fails to enclose the prescribed fee.
    3. Provisional admission is cancelled if the application form does not contain the signature of the candidate and their parents/guardian, wherever applicable.
    4. The candidate fails to submit the supporting documents in time for admission
  • After submitting all the necessary documents and fees, the student will be assigned an enrollment number by the University.
  • Rules set by the University for the process of admission will be applicable from time to time.

Careers

Further Studies

Students have a vast range of courses to pick from after B.Pharm. This course offers a pathway to a variety of fields to specialize in. Following are the Master Degrees Courses in Pharmacy one can pursue.

  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutics
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Master of Pharmacy in Quality Assurance
  • Master of Pharmacy in Regulatory Affairs
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmacognosy
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmacology
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmacy Practice
  • Master of Pharmacy in Industrial Pharmacy
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Master of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Analysis
Job Opportunities

This course offers students lots of opportunities in the Pharmacy sector. Students can get jobs in Pharmaceutical Companies or can start their practice as a pharmacist. Plenty of options await students after B.Pharm in the private, public and government sectors. Moreover, Companies abroad also hire B.Pharm Graduates actively.

One can work at government and private hospitals, medical shops and clinics. Students willing to join Pharmaceutical Companies can work in Quality Control, Manufacturing, Packing, Marketing, Production Departments. There is a wide range of jobs for B.Pharm Graduates. Some Job positions are as follows:

  • Drug Inspector
  • Analytical Chemist
  • Food and Drug Inspector
  • Hospital Drug Coordinator
  • Drug Therapist
  • Quality Control Officer
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Executive
  • Medical Sales Representative
  • Quality Assurance Executive
  • Pharmacologist
  • Product/Process Development Scientist
  • Research Scientist
  • Technical Writer
  • Regulatory Affairs Officer
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Hospital Pharmacist
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Government sector
  • Teaching