Duration : 4 yrs

A four-year undergraduate program in which students study the methods and process of preparing drugs and how the dispensing of medicine do 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 6-8 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.

This course is for individuals who...

Are curious to know about the chemical formulation of drugs that treat various diseases and help in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Students who are looking for...

A fulfilling career by learning the techniques to develop safe and effective medication. Students who wish to apply their strong research skills are the best fit for the programme.

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Course Structure (FIRST SEMESTER)




Human Anatomy and Physiology– Theory

Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory

Pharmaceutics I – Theory

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Theory

Communication Skills – Theory

RemedialBiology/ Mathematics – Theory

Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical

Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical

Pharmaceutics I – Practical

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Practical

Communication Skills – Practical

RemedialBiology– Practical

Course Structure (SECOND SEMESTER)




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

Course Structure (THIRD SEMESTER)




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

Course Structure (FOURTH SEMESTER)




Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III – Theory

Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory

Pharmacology I – Theory

Pharmacognosy I – Theory

Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical

Pharmacology I – Practical

Pharmacognosy I – Practical

Course Structure (V SEMESTER)




Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory

Industrial Pharmacy I– Theory

Pharmacology II – Theory

Pharmacognosy II – Theory

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory

Industrial Pharmacy I– Practical

Pharmacology II – Practical

Pharmacognosy II – Practical

Course Structure (VI SEMESTER)




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

Course Structure (VII SEMESTER)




Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory

Industrial Pharmacy II – Theory

Pharmacy Practice – Theory

Novel Drug Delivery System (NDDS) – Theory

Instrumental Methods of Analysis/NDDS – Practical

Practice School

Report on Hospital/Industrial Training

Course Structure (VIII SEMESTER)




Biostatistics and Research Methodology

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

Pharma Marketing Management*

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science*


Quality Control and Standardization of Herbal*

Computer Aided Drug Design*

Cell and Molecular Biology*

Cosmetic Science*

Experimental Pharmacology*

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques*

Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals*

Pharmaceutical Product Development*

Project Work (On Elective)

Report on Industrial Tour**

Eligibility Criteria

Sr. Secondary (10+2) in PCM/PCB with minimum 50% marks.

Career path you can choose after the course

  • Pharmacist
  • Scientific Officer
  • Quality Analyst
  • Production Executive
  • Medical Transcriptionist

Course Fee

Fee (per semester)


Fee (per annum)