Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm)
Program Overview

The Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) program is a comprehensive four-year course that offers an in-depth study of pharmaceutical sciences. It integrates theoretical knowledge with practical application, preparing students to meet the challenges of the pharmacy profession and the healthcare industry.

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Intake: 40
Fee Structure

Annual Fee: ₹1,50,000
Application Fee: INR 800/-

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm)

For First-Year Admission:
Maharashtra State Candidature Candidates:

  • Must be Indian Nationals.
  • Should have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects, along with Mathematics or Biology.
  • Must have secured at least 45% marks (40% for candidates from Backward Class categories, Economically Weaker Sections, and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State) in the above subjects taken together.
  • Must have appeared in all subjects in MHT-CET 2024 and obtained a non-zero score.

All India Candidature Candidates:

  • Must meet the same academic qualifications as Maharashtra State candidates.
  • Should obtain a non-zero positive score in NEET 2024 or have appeared in all subjects in MHT-CET 2024 and obtained a non-zero score.

NRI / OCI / PIO, Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries, Foreign Nationals:

  • Should have passed the HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with Mathematics or Biology.
  • Must have at least 45% marks in the above subjects taken together.
  • Must meet any other criteria declared from time to time by the appropriate authority as defined under the Act.

For Lateral Entry into the Second Year (For Diploma Holders):

  • For Maharashtra State Candidature and All India Candidature Candidates:
  • Must be an Indian National.
  • Should have passed a Diploma Course in Pharmacy from an institution approved by the All India Council for Technical Education or the Pharmacy Council of India or Central or State Government.
  • Must have at least 45% marks (40% for candidates from backward class categories, economically weaker sections, and persons with disability belonging only to Maharashtra State).

Note: The eligibility criteria are subject to change as per the regulations of the Pharmacy Council of India and the university's discretion. Candidates are advised to check the latest updates on eligibility before applying.

Program Highlights
Career Prospects:

  • Graduates can pursue various roles within retail pharmacy settings, research institutions, the pharmaceutical industry, and academic environments.
  • Opportunities to participate in the development of medical science through drug research and development roles.
  • The chance to contribute to public health by working in regulatory agencies or community healthcare settings.
Career Path:

  • Community Pharmacist: Serving patients in a retail or hospital setting.
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher: Driving innovation through drug discovery and development.
  • Clinical Pharmacist: Collaborating within healthcare teams to optimize patient medication therapies.
  • Industry Consultant: Providing expertise in pharmaceutical law, marketing, or business strategy.
  • Academician: Educating future generations of pharmacists and conducting research at academic institutions.
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist: Ensuring compliance with pharmaceutical laws and regulations.

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis I - Theory
  • Pharmaceutics I - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry - Theory
  • Communication Skills - Theory
  • Remedial Mathematics/Remedial Biology - Theory
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis I - Practical
  • Pharmaceutics I - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry - Practical
  • Communication Skills - Practical
  • Remedial Biology - Practical
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I - Theory
  • Biochemistry - Theory
  • Pathophysiology - Theory
  • Computer Applications in Pharmacy - Theory
  • Environmental Sciences - Theory
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I - Practical
  • Biochemistry - Practical
  • Computer Applications in Pharmacy - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II - Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II - Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III - Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I - Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II - Theory
  • Pharmacology I - Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I - Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I - Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II - Practical
  • Pharmacology I - Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I - Practical
  • Medicinal Chemistry II - Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy I - Theory
  • Pharmacology II - Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence - Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy I - Practical
  • Pharmacology II - Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II - Practical
  • Medicinal Chemistry III - Theory
  • Pharmacology III - Theory
  • Herbal Drug Technology - Theory
  • Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology - Theory
  • Quality Assurance - Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry III - Practical
  • Pharmacology III - Practical
  • Herbal Drug Technology - Practical
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis - Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy II - Theory
  • Pharmacy Practice - Theory
  • Novel Drug Delivery System - Theory
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis - Practical
  • Practice School
  • Biostatistics and Research Methodology
  • Social and Preventive Pharmacy
  • Pharma Marketing Management
  • Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals
  • Computer Aided Drug Design
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Cosmetic Science
  • Experimental Pharmacology
  • Advanced Instrumentation Techniques
  • Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals