Programme overview

The Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharma) is an undergraduate degree programme that focuses on the study of drugs and medication. The programme aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in the field of pharmacy and enable them to become competent pharmacists. During the programme, students learn about pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmaceutical engineering, and clinical pharmacy. They also gain knowledge about the legal and ethical aspects of pharmacy, drug regulation, and the management of pharmacy businesses. The curriculum includes both theoretical and practical components, with students participating in laboratory sessions, case studies, and internships to gain hands-on experience in pharmacy practice. Graduates of the B.Pharma programme can work in various settings, including community pharmacies, hospitals, drug manufacturing companies, research laboratories, and regulatory agencies. They can also pursue higher education and research in pharmacy or related fields.

  • 4 Years

    Duration of Program

  • UG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Resourceful Departmental Library.
Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculty Members
Various Extra-Curricular/Co-Curricular Activities.
Top Rated Placement
Field works and Internships.

How will you benefit

Students will develop critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and interpersonal skills that are crucial for personal and professional growth
There is a high demand for qualified pharmacists in the healthcare industry, which is anticipated to grow in the future. Therefore, B.Pharma. graduates have a good chance of finding a job after graduation.
Pharmacists play a crucial role in promoting public health by ensuring the safe and effective use of medications. B.Pharma. graduates can contribute to the betterment of society by fulfilling this social responsibility.
Students after a B. Pharm. can pursue higher education and research in pharmacy or related fields.

What will you study

The B.Pharma. programme educates and trains students to become qualified pharmacists for safe medication therapy.

The programme aims to provide a strong foundation in the sciences, pharmacy practise, and social responsibility.

The B.Pharma. programme aims to produce skilled pharmacists for safe and effective medication use.

The B.Pharma. programme aims to foster social responsibility and leadership in pharmacy professionals.

  • PO1 - Pharmaceutical Knowledge: Students gain a deep knowledge regarding the human body, its related diseases, analytical skills, drug molecules (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) along with excipients, natural drug resources, the chemistry involved in API, including synthesis of commonly used drugs, the effect of a drug on the human body, toxicity, and impurity profile, ADME studies of drugs (behaviour of a drug in the human body), dosage form studies including novel approaches, designing and developing formulation stability studies, analysis, etc.
  • PO2 - Research Analysis: Students could apply their knowledge in the research field to make discoveries.
  • PO3 - Design and Development of Dosage Forms Various dosage forms could be prepared by pharmacy students in pharmaceutical companies for the ease of patients.
  • PO4 - Conduct investigations of complex problems Use research-based knowledge and research methods, including the design of experiments, the analysis and interpretation of data, and the synthesis of the information, to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5 - Modern Methods Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern methods with an understanding of their limitations and their usage. The student also learns to handle many instruments related to their studies that would help them work in the Pharmaceutical Industry, such as pharmacovigilance, regulatory requirements, legal processes, etc.
  • PO6 - Pharmacy and society: The pharmacist provides complete health care data and practises to the people of society and guides them to be healthy. The student also learns about drug distribution systems, patient counselling, industrial laws, etc. The student gains expertise in the storage and distribution of drugs with all precautions and in-depth knowledge of dose, adverse effects, and other health-related issues to deal with indoor and outdoor patients admitted in hospitals and also in public.
  • PO7 - Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional pharmacist on society and the environment and make an impact on the people of society.
  • PO8 - Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to the professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of pharmacy practise. The student is also trained in ethical behaviour with physicians, nurses, and other paramedical staff to protect patients health.
  • PO9 - Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in a diverse team and act as a multidisciplinary person in every context
  • PO10 - Communication: Communicate effectively about pharmaceutical activities with the community and with society.
  • PO11 - Life-long learning: Recognise the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
  • PO12 - Social Interaction: Being a public welfare worker, a pharmacist would be able to interact with the people in a better way to cure them and make them feel healthy.

  • PSO1 - Able to apply the knowledge gained during the programme in pharmacology, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, Pharmacognosy, APHE, communication skills, pharmaceutical analysis, Biotechnology, biochemistry, cosmetology, and environmental studies.
  • PSO2 - Able to apply the knowledge of ethical and management principles required to work in a team as well as to lead a team.
  • PSO3 - Able to do multidisciplinary jobs in the pharmaceutical industries in various branches and would be able to write effective project reports in a multidisciplinary environment in the context of changing technologies
  • PSO4 - Able to communicate easily and comfortably. Would be able to perform multi-tasks in multiple fields, including pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. The research area would be strong.

  • PEO1 - Pharmacy graduates will have a strong background in pharmaceutical sciences, excellent knowledge of drugs and pharmaceuticals, and very good skills to cater to the healthcare needs of society and be able to use these tools for personal and professional endeavours.
  • PEO2 - To impart sound knowledge in the different curricula like Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical chemistry, including Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Pharmacology, Formulation, and Development to be utilised for designing and creating novel herbal or synthetic pharmaceutical products in the view of drug discovery at an affordable price for the benefit of a human being
  • PEO3 - To acquire knowledge about the current needs in the research activities carried out in various fields of pharmacy, which implies a novel research approach towards drug discovery and development to fulfil the requirement to save the patient from various unrevealed disease ailments.
  • PEO4 - To promote health improvement, wellness, and disease prevention in cooperation with the public, the patient community, and other members of an inter-professional team of health-care providers through periodic updating of Drug Information.
  • PEO5 - To provide a conducive, congenial atmosphere that enables the students to acquire excellent attitudes, behaviours, and moral and ethical values to nurture the profession competently.
  • PEO6 - To inspire the students to pursue higher education and to appear for competitive exams and other value-added programmes for their holistic development.


  • BP101T Human Anatomy and Physiology I: Theory
  • BP102T Pharmaceutical Analysis I: Theory
  • BP103T Pharmaceutics I: Theory
  • BP104T Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry: Theory
  • BP105T Communication Skills: Theory
  • BP106RBT Remedial Biology
  • BP106RMT Remedial Mathematics: Theory
  • BP107P Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical
  • BP108P Pharmaceutical Analysis I: Practical
  • BP109P Pharmaceutics I: Practical
  • BP110P Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry: Practical
  • BP111P Communication Skills: Practical
  • BP112RBP Remedial Biology: Practical


Community Pharmacist.
Hospital Pharmacist.
Research and Development.
Pharmaceutical Industry


12th (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Mathematics)

General - 50% S.C./S.T./Others - 45%

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