D. Pharma

Diploma in Pharmacy is a 2-year-long career-oriented diploma course. Students who wish to pursue a long-term career in the medical field of pharmaceutical sciences, and start a career in the pharmaceutical industry, can take admission to the D. Pharma course. D. Pharma is designed to prepare candidates to work as a hospitals pharmacist , community pharmacies, and other pharmaceutical-related fields. We are presently admitting 60 students per batch.

After completing D. Pharmacy, there awaits numerous scope for candidates, in both the academic and well as job fields. You can pursue them according to your favors and likings,

  • For higher studies you can pursue Bachelor in Pharmacy or 2nd year B. Pharma if you have completed D. Pharma.
  • You can secure job at a drugstore at various private and government hospitals
  • You can become an entrepreneur by opening your own pharmacy store, or retail or wholesale
  • Top D. Pharma recruiting areas are health centres, drug control administration or medical dispensing stores
B. Pharma

Bachelor of Pharmacy or B.Pharma is a 4 years degree course that can be pursued after clearing class 12 board exams. As a pre-requisite for making a career as a pharmacist, it is necessity to have a prior knowledge in Science and its related subjects as it deals with the process and methods of drug preparation and medicine dispensing.

Bachelor of Pharmacy, as the name suggests, has a course structure that deals with the production and manufacturing of drugs and their distributions with a particular specialization in pharmaceutical studies. A few of the most vital subjects included in the B. Pharma course study are Pharmaceutics, Pharmachemistry, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Computer Applications in Pharmacy etc.

There are several interesting points that can be jotted down, as to why you should pursue B Pharmacy. Apart from the fact that B. Pharmacy will help you in making a career as a Pharmacist in different Government sector, Scientific Writing, Medical Scripting, Clinical Research and Pharmaceutical Industries.