Bombay College of Pharmacy is situated in Kalyan in Maharashtra state of India. Established in 1957, BCP is a Private college. The college is accredited by AICTE. Bombay College of Pharmacy offers 8 courses across 1
streams namely Pharmacy.
Popular degrees offered at Bombay College of Pharmacy include B.Pharm, M.Pharm, PhD.
Besides a robust teaching pedagogy, Bombay College of Pharmacy is also a leader in research and innovation.
Focus is given to activities beyond academics at Bombay College of Pharmacy,
which is evident from its infrastructure, extracurricular activities and national & international collaborations.
The placement at Bombay College of Pharmacy is varied,
with recruitment options both in corporates and public sector as well as entrepreneurship.
2014-The Bombay College of Pharmacy received Best Industry linked institute award from AICTE-CII cell.The Cash prize of Rs50000/- Certificate & trophy was received in person by Principal Dr.M.N.Saraf in the hands of KapilSibal. The College had applied for this award and the application procedure and inspection was coordinated by Dr Krishnapriya & Dr VA Shirsat in guidance of Principal Dr. M. N. Saraf.
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Bombay College of Pharmacy Academic & Industry Collaborations
Dr. Evans Coutinho collaborated with Prof. Dr. Holger Gohlke, HeinrichHeine-Universität Düsseldorf, Institut für Pharmazeutische und Medizinische Chemie, Universitätsstr, Düsseldorf, Germany for “Computational Studies on Drug Resistant Mutations, Benchmarking MM-PB/GB-SA parameters for cyclodextrin-drug complexes and Computer simulations for understanding structure, function and dynamics of ciliary Fibrillar Associated Proteins“. ? Dr. Krishnapriya Mohanraj collaborated with Dr. Stephen Barton, CourseDirector for M. Sc. in Analytical Chemistry and M. Sc. in Pharmaceutical Analysis, School of Pharmacy and Chemistry, Kingston University, United Kingdom, for the project “Spectral characterization of sulfated betacyclodextrin and its application in chiral capillary electrophoresis”.