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About B.Pharm


B.Pharm program is an undergraduate program, which is taught for four years and eight semesters. In B.Pharm, various subjects are taught such as medicines and their uses, medicinal chemistry, drug formulation, and drug research. After learning these subjects, students can make a good career. As one of the best colleges for Bachelors in Pharmacy, Sandip University has dedicated labs for pharmaceutical students to help them hone their skills.

Sandip University also collaborates with industry experts to design an industry-synced curriculum for the B.Pharm program. This program is the first step towards pursuing further education in pharmaceutical science. After completing this program, students can either join the industry as employable professionals or pursue postgraduate programs in pharmacy.

Career Opportunities in B.Pharm


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Community Pharmacist

A community pharmacist is a local pharmacist who works in a retail pharmacy or retail drug store. Its main activity is to distribute medicines to the general public after careful consideration of the doctor's prescription.

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Hospital Pharmacist

Hospital pharmacists dispense medicines after confirming the doctor's prescription, just like community pharmacists, but they do so at the hospital's dispensing pharmacy

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Medical Representative

This profession allows you to travel and meet highly qualified and respected members of the medical profession viz Physicians and other medical personnel.

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Drug Inspector

A drug inspector is one of the most lucrative career options for students with a B. Pharmacy degree

StructureProgram Structure

Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory
Pharmaceutics I – Theory Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
Communication skills – Theory * Remedial Biology/ Remedial Mathematics – Theory*
Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical
Pharmaceutics I – Practical Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Practical
Communication skills – Practical* ReRmemedeidaliaBliology – Practical
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*
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
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III – Theory Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory Pharmacology I – Theory
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I Medicinal Chemistry I
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I– Theory Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical Pharmacology I – Practical
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry-I - Practical
Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory Industrial Pharmacy I– Theory
Pharmacology II – Theory Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II - Theory
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory Industrial Pharmacy I – Practical
Pharmacology II – Practical Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II – Practical
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
Instrumental Methods of Analysis - Theory Industrial Pharmacy II– Theory
Pharmacy Practice – Theory Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory
Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Practical Practice School*
Biostatistics and Research Methodology Social and Preventive Pharmacy
Pharma Marketing Management Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
Pharmacovigilance Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals
Computer Aided Drug Design Cell and Molecular Biology
Cosmetic Science Experimental Pharmacology
Advanced Instrumentation Techniques Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
Project Work

Fee Structure & Eligibility


Programme Sem Year Mode Eligibility Academic Fees
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Special Fees
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SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE (UG)

B.PHARM 8 4 Sem 10 + 2 /Equivalent examination with Physics & Chemistry as a compulsory subject along with one of the subject Mathematics/Biology and obtained minimum 45% marks for general category and 40% marks for reserve class category. Rs. 1,25,000 /- Rs. 10,000 /- Rs.1,35,000/-


Note:
  • Admission Form and Prospectus Rs. 1000/- (One Time).
  • Caution Money Rs. 1000 (Minimum Deduction - Rs. 500)
  • Hostel Fees Rs . 1, 10,000/- per annum + 5000 (Deposit Rs 5, 000 at the time of Admission Only on Refundable basis, Minimum Deduction Rs. 1000)
  • Transportation Fees as applicable based on Route and Pick Up Point.
  • Uniform Cost Rs. 6000/-

Lab Facility


Achievements


  • Sandip University, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences is an approved school by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi and got equivalence from Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education ,Mumbai.