B.Pharm

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharma) is a four-year undergraduate program in which students study the methods and process of preparing drugs and how does the dispensing of medicine and drugs take place. Anyone who aspires to be a pharmacist today, it is mandatory for them to undertake this course so that they have thorough and in-depth knowledge of the science of the medicine.

It is a four-year-long course and is mainly divided into 8 semesters, depending upon the coursework and practical sessions. B.Pharma imparts useful knowledge about biochemical science and healthcare business. Students during their coursework have to perform various practicals and experiment.

The regulatory body for the program is Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), which is responsible for laying down all norms and regulations for the B.Pharma course. The course enables candidates to practice the profession of a Pharmacist after graduation. B.Pharmacy degree has a lot of scope and is going to flourish more in the coming years as there is a great demand for healthcare professionals who can prepare drugs to battle a number of diseases and deficiencies.

B.Pharm Course Highlights

Check out the B.Pharm course highlights.

LevelUndergraduate
Duration4 years
Annual Course Fee55000
Average Initial SalaryINR 2,00,000 – INR 3,00,000 LPA
Exam TypeSemester
Minimum Academic Requirement10+2 in PCB or PCM
Minimum Aggregate Score RequirementPass
Selection ProcessState level online counselling by DTE MP
Exams AcceptedALL Board/ Universities recognized by DTE MP
Employment SectorsPharmaceutical Industries, Government/Private Hospitals, Clinical Pharmacy, Medical Dispensaries, Pharmacy Institute etc.

B.Pharma Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2 or equivalent examination with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Maths).
  • Minimum Marks Required (Aggregate): Pass.
  • Age Limit: There is No Age limit for B.Pharm. 

B.Pharma Admission Process:

  • Admission to the B.Pharm. is strictly on the basis of common Merit list made by the DTE, MP.
  • Some seats also filled by college level counselling (CLC).