Admission


ELIGIBILITY


D.Pharm

Candidates should have passed two year 10+2 examination or an equivalent examination of any approved board or university with not less than 50% marks in any combination comprising of P.C.M./P.C.B. The applicant should have duly passed in all the subjects (theory as well as practical) without any grace marks.

(5% of marks is relaxed in case of SC/ST candidates)

B. Pharm

Candidates should have passed two year 10+2 examination or an equivalent examination of any approved board or university with not less than 60% marks in any combination comprising of P.C.M./P.C.B. The applicant should have duly passed in all the subjects (theory as well as practical) without any grace marks.

(5% of marks is relaxed in case of SC/ST candidates)

B. Pharm (Lateral Entry)

Candidates should have passed D. Pharm from any institute approved by PCI with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.

B. Pharm (Practice)

Candidates should have passed D. Pharm from an institution approved by PCI under section 12 of Pharmacy Act 1948 and a registered Pharmacist with a minimum of four years of pharmacy practice experience in a community or hospital pharmacy.

M. Pharm

Candidates should have passed B. Pharm programme from any PCI and AICTE recognized institute with not less than 55% marks (50% in case of candidates belonging to ST/SC/OBC Category) in aggregate are eligible for admission. GPAT qualified candidates will be given preference in admission and are eligible to receive a scholarship from the Govt. of India.

PhD in Pharmacy

Candidates should have 60% in M. Pharm. Availability of seat will depend on the availability of a guide.