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    Pharmacy Courses

    Pharmacy Courses Overview

    Pharmacy is the branch of health sciences that deals with the preparation and dispensing of drugs. Its aim is to ensure the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs. Candidates can pursue pharmacy after 10th, 12th, or UG. The course duration also varies between 2-7 years based on when aspirants choose to opt for the programme. Candidates who graduate from a pharmacy course are deemed responsible for checking medicines’ side effects, reactions, allergies, etc. They play a much larger role in the healthcare industry than one can realize. Aspirants have to appear for entrance exams such as West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam, BITSAT, Central Universities Common Entrance Test, GLA University Entrance Test (GLAET), NIPER Joint Entrance Exam, BITS Higher Degree Admission Test, Manipal University Online Entrance Test, and more to get admission into different pharmacy courses.

    The studies are primarily conducted in classrooms. However, there are certain certificate and Diploma courses that offer opportunities for both online and offline modes. Top renowned colleges such as Jamia Hamdard, Panjab University, BITS, Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Chemical Technology, JSS College of Pharmacy, and more grant aspirants admission into pharmacy courses. The course fees can vary between INR 20,000 to INR 20,00,000. Pharmacy courses have emerged as one of the most popular career paths because of the rising demand in the medical sector. Some of the most popular careers that graduates can opt for are pharmacist, drug inspector, clinical research associate, drug safety associate, Scientific Writer, Pathological Lab Scientist, etc.

    Pharmacy Courses Highlights

    Candidates planning to take admission in pharmacy courses should have knowledge and information about each aspect of courses. Candidates can get a quick overview of the pharmacy courses below. 

    Particular 

    Details

    Industry

    Pharmaceutical 

    Duration 

    UG- 4 years

    PG- 2 years

    Admission Process 

    Entrance Exam or Merit Based

    Entrance Exam 

    MHT CET, UPSEE, WBJEE, NIPER 

    Top Colleges in India

    • Jamia Hamdard.
    • University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
    • Birla Institute of Technology and Science.
    • Institute of Chemical Technology.

    Top Colleges in Abroad

    • University of Oxford
    • Monash University
    • Harvard University
    • University of Toronto

    Fees 

    INR 4 LPA to  INR 10 LPA

    Salary 

    INR 2 LPA to INR 5 LPA 

    Job Options 

    Clinical Research, Pharmacist, Drug Inspector, Pharmacologist, Medical science liaison

    Who should pursue Pharmacy Courses?

    Candidates who have a zeal for health care and medicine should pursue pharmacy courses. If you are interested in the pharmaceutical industry and wants to work towards developing medicine, finding a cure, doing experimentation, research then pharmacy is for you. In addition to this, if the science stream and subjects like biology, and chemistry, interest you then you can opt for pharmacy courses.

    Why choose Pharmacy Courses?

    There are various reasons to choose pharmacy courses. Many of the candidates opt for pharmacy because they hold an interest in health and medicine and want to make a career in it. A significant reason you should select pharmacy courses is the variety of professional paths that a pharmacy study might provide. From nuclear pharmacy, which uses radioactive medications to treat diseases such as cancer, to veterinary pharmacy, which deals with medication for animals, one can easily choose a vocation that suits them. Qualifying in pharmacy can lead to a range of work options, many of which offer strong professional advancement. In addition to becoming a pharmacist, you may use your medical skills to work as a research scientist, pharmacologist, medical science liaison, or toxicologist, among other things.

    Also read: Pharmacy courses after 12th

    How many courses are there in Pharmacy?

    There are several kinds of pharmacy courses in India like diplomas, certificates, undergraduates, postgraduates, etc. Candidates can opt for the pharmacy courses as per their career plans. Pharmacy courses can be divided into the following types:

    • Certificate pharmacy courses 
    • Diploma pharmacy courses
    • Undergraduate pharmacy courses
    • Postgraduate pharmacy courses
    • Doctorate pharmacy courses

    Below you can find the different pharmacy courses available under each head.

    Certificate pharmacy courses

    Certificate courses can be done both online and offline mode. Various online platforms also provide free certificate courses in pharmacy. Some of the certificate pharmacy courses are given below with their fee structure. 

    Course name 

    Course fees

    Industry Certificate in Pharma Product Management    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmaceutical Technology Transfer    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmaceutical Packaging    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmaceutical Process Engineering    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Biopharmaceutical Technology    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmacovigilance    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmaceutical Chemistry    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharmaceutical Formulation and Entrepreneurship    

    INR 50,000

    Industry Certificate in Pharma Sales and Marketing Management    

    INR 50,000

    Professional Certificate In Pharmacovigilance

    INR 15,000

    Your guide to the pharmaceutical industry- udemy

    INR 740

    Become a pharmacy technician – udemy

    INR 700

    Top Drugs 1 - Medications you NEED to Know – Pharmacy- udemy

    INR 700

    Drugs, drug use, drug policy, and health – cousera

    INR 3650 approx.

    Drug discovery – courser

    Free 

    Diploma pharmacy courses 

    The duration of most of the pharmacy courses vary between 1-3 years. Candidates who want to start their career early can opt for the diploma pharmacy courses. Some of the best diploma courses in pharmacy are listed below.

    Course name

    Course duration

    Diploma in pharmacy

    2 Years

    Diploma in ayurvedic pharmacy

    2 Years

    Diploma in Pharmaceutical Marketing

    2 Years

    Diploma in Drug Store Management

    2 Years

    Diploma in Clinical Research and Pharmacovigilance

    1-3 Years

    PG Diploma in Drug Store Management

    1-3 Years

    PG Diploma in Principles of Clinical Pharmacology

    1-3 Years

    PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Management

    2 Years

    PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance

    2 Years

    PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

    2 Years

    PG Diploma in Herbal Products

    1-3 Years

    Undergraduate pharmacy courses

    Candidates who want a proper degree in pharmacy should opt for undergraduate pharmacy courses. Some of the most popular ug pharmacy courses are given below in the following table.

    Course name

    Course duration

    B Pharma ( bachelor of pharmacy)

    4 Years

    B Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

    4 Years

    Bachelor of Pharmacy in Pharmacognosy

    4 Years

    Bachelor of Ayurvedic Pharmacy

    4 Years

    Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons)

    4 Years

    B Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

    4 Years

    B Pharm + MBA

    5 Years

    Also read: M Pharm Colleges in Uttar Pradesh

    Post graduate pharmacy courses 

    The duration of pg pharmacy courses is 2 years. After completion of the undergraduate degree in pharmacy. Candidates can opt for post graduate degree in pharmacy. Some of the master’s degree in pharmacy courses are. 

    Course name

    Course duration

    M Pharmacy ( master of pharmacy)

    2 Years

    MSc (Clinical Research and Pharmacovigilance)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Clinical Pharmacy)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Industrial Pharmacy)

    2 Years

    MSc (Pharmacology)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Biopharmaceutics)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Biotechnology)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Medicinal Chemistry)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Drug Discovery and Drug Development)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Cosmeceuticals)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance)

    2 Years

    M Pharm (Pharmaceutical Market and Management)

    2 Years

    Doctorate pharmacy courses 

    Candidates who want to secure a doctorate degree in pharmacy can apply for the Ph.D. programmmes in pharmacy. The duration of doctorate pharmacy courses is 3 years. The kinds of doctorate pharmacy courses are 

    Course name

    Course duration

    Doctor of pharmacy

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmacology)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmacognosy)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmaceutical Sciences)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmaceutical Medicine)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry)

    3 Years

    PhD (Pharmacy Practice)

    3 Years

    PhD (Phytopharmacy & Phytomedicine)

    3 Years

    Pharmacy Courses Eligibility Criteria

    Before applying for the pharmacy courses, candidates should make sure they fulfill all the factors of the eligibility criteria like educational qualification, subjects, minimum passing marks, etc. Candidates can check the various types of pharmacy courses eligibility criteria given below.

    Course level

    Eligibility criteria

    Certificate courses

    Candidates should have completed class 10th (in some cases) or class 12th  with science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

    Diploma courses

    Candidates should have completed class 10+2 with science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics

    Undergraduate courses

    Candidates must have passed class 10+2 from a recognized board and studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology, and English subjects.

    Postgraduate courses

    Candidates who have a BPharm degree with minimum qualifying marks as required from a pharmacy college that is approved by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

    Doctorate courses

    Candidates must have completed higher education from any recognized board and studied Physics, Chemistry with Mathematics or Biology as optional subjects. Candidates with a diploma in pharmacy degree are also eligible for PharmD course.

    Types of Pharmacy Courses

    There are several types of pharmacy courses available in the form of various specializations. Candidates can choose the pharmacy courses as per their interest in the field, subjects liking, and career plans. Following the popular specialization available in the pharmacy. 

    • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
    • Drug Regulatory Affairs
    • Biopharmaceutics
    • Industrial Pharmacy
    • Pharmaceutical Technology
    • Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance
    • Clinical Pharmacy
    • Pharmaceutics
    • Pharmacy Practice
    • Pharmacognosy
    • Pharmaceutical Marketing Management
    • Quality Assurance
    • Drug Discovery and Development
    • Medicinal Chemistry
    • Bulk Drugs
    • Pharmacology
    • Phytopharmaceuticals and Natural products

    Check out the M Pharm Colleges in India

    Difference between pharmacy courses and medical courses

    Candidates are often confused between pharmacy courses and medical courses. There is a huge difference between them in terms of duration, knowledge, fees, etc.. To get a clear idea go through the different table given below. 

    Basis of difference

    Pharmacy Courses

    Medical Courses 

    Approach 

    The pharmacy course improves knowledge of pharmacology, drug use, and side effects.

    Other medical courses, other than pharmacology, are primarily focused on diagnosis and therapy approaches.

    Duration 

    Pharmacy programmes are shorter in duration. 

    Medical courses are quite longer in duration. 

    Fees

    The average course fee ranges from Rs 3 lacs to Rs 6.2 lacs.

    Medical courses begin at Rs 8 lacs and can cost up to Rs 50 lacs or more, depending on the course.

    Scope 

    All Pharmacy Courses involve the study of medications and their medical applications by doctors and other health practitioners, but not the treatment and diagnosis of patients.

    After completing subsequent medical courses, the student usually becomes a health practitioner who treats patients using medications and other therapeutic methods.

    Also read: B Pharma Vs D Pharms: Which one is better?

    How to get admission in pharmacy courses

    The admission process for the pharmacy courses depends upon the type of course you opting. The pharmacy courses admission process is different for each programme like UK, PG, diploma, etc. Candidates can check the pharmacy courses admission process given below.

    Pharmacy Courses Admission Process For Diploma

    Most colleges base their Diploma Pharmacy admissions on the results of a university or state level entrance examination, such as  GUJCET, MHCET, UPSEE, and so on. Some colleges have their own entrance tests such as BITSAT, MET, etc for the diploma pharmacy admission.  Several states also hold the D Pharmacy Admission 2022 by providing merit lists for students who have been shortlisted based on state-level entrance exams.

    Pharmacy Courses Admission Process  For Undergraduate Degree

    To get admission into the pharmacy course undergraduate degree candidates should have passed class 10+2 and sit for the state level pharmacy entrance examination. Candidates should have scored the rank in the state level entrance examination 

    Pharmacy Courses Admission Process  For Postgraduate Degree

    Admission to postgraduate Pharmacy courses is based on graduation marks as well as scores in the pharmacy entrance examination. 

    Note- The pharmacy courses admission process varies from college to college also. Some universities offer direct admission also via merits. 

    Also read: Uttar Pradesh B Pharm Admission 2022

    Pharmacy Courses Entrance Exams

    Admission to pharmacy programmes is done via an entrance examination. Most of the entrance examinations are conducted at the state level. Candidates need to sit for the pharmacy entrance examination and scored a rank in it to get admission into pharmacy college. Some of the top B.Pharm and M.Pharm entrance exams in India are given below:

    Pharmacy Courses Entrance Exam for the UG Programmes 

    WBJEE-  WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination) is a state-level exam administered by WBJEEB. The exam serves as a gateway for individuals seeking admission to B.Tech and B.Pharma programmes at West Bengal's universities, government colleges, and self-financing engineering and technical colleges. 

    BITSAT- BITS Pilani administers the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test at the national level. Every year, BITSAT is organized to give admission to B.E., B.Pharm, M.Sc, and other courses offered at BITS campuses.

    MHT CET- The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test, also known as MHT CET, is an entrance exam used to shortlist candidates for admission to undergraduate Engineering and Pharmacy programmes at various Maharashtra colleges. 

    Pharmacy Courses Entrance Exam for the PG Programmes

    NIPER JEE- The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Joint Entrance Test, or NIPER JEE 2022, is a computer-based exam for postgraduate programmes in MPharm, MTech (Pharm), MBA (Pharm), and PhD in pharmacy.

    BITS HD- BITS (Birla Institute of Technical Science) Pilani administers the BITS HD online entrance exam. Birla Institute of Technical Science Higher Degree is the full name of BITS HD. This entrance exam is for individuals who want to apply for admission to BITS' higher degree programmes leading to M.E./M.Pharma, which is available at all three campuses like Hyderabad, Pilani, and Goa.

    OJEEE- Odisha Joint Entrance Exam (OJEE) is a state-level entrance exam for admission to B.Pharm, MBA/PGDM, MCA, and M.Tech programmes administered by the OJEE Cell. Candidates can apply for admission to a variety of programmes provided by OJEE-affiliated colleges. OJEE is also used to get into Lateral Entry B.Tech, MCA/Lateral Entry MCA programmes.

    Top Pharmacy Colleges in India

    In India, there are many colleges that offer admission for pharmacy courses. One can choose the colleges as per liking, fee structure, specialization they want to pursue, placement rates, NIRF rankings, etc. Some of those top pharmacy colleges in India are listed below-

    College Name

    Location

    Institute of Pharmacy, Nirma University

    Ahemdabad

    Punjab University

    Chandigarh

    I. S. F. College of Pharmacy

    Moga

    Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

    Udupi

    Institute of Chemical Technology

    Mumbai 

    Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research

    New Delhi

    Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute

    Chennai 

    Jamia Hamdard

    New Delhi

    Poona College of Pharmacy

    Pune

    Birla Institute of Technology

    Ranchi

    Birla Institute of Technology & Science

    Pilani

    National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research

    Hyderabad

    Study Pharmacy Courses Abroad

    Studying pharmacy overseas sharpens your skills in dealing with consumers from diverse backgrounds and who speak a range of languages. There are various other benefits of studying pharmacy abroad- 

    • Studying abroad in pharmacy programmes will assist you to learn more about the domestic health care system while evaluating how other nations' systems work.
    • You will be fairly familiar with the international healthcare model and how pharmacists work, but many other nations have different approaches to medical, health care, and pharmacy. Learning these ways may aid in the development of my abilities as a pharmacy student.
    • Along with the academics, you will get global work experience through internship programmes, field trips, and practical projects. 

    Top Pharmacy Colleges Abroad

    The abroad universities also offer pharmacy courses in various disciplines. Candidates who want to get global exposure and are able to afford the high fees can take admission to the abroad colleges. Some of the top pharmacy colleges abroad are

    College Name

    Location 

    Harvard University

    US

    National University of Singapore

    Singapore

    University of Cambridge

    UK

    Karolinska Institute

    Sweden

    University of Oxford

    UK

    Monash University

    Australia

    University of Tokyo

    Japan

    Imperial College London

    UK

    University of Michigan

    US

    . University of Melbourne

    Australia

    Pharmacy Courses Fees

    The fees of pharmacy courses vary as per the degree and the college you are opting for. The pharmacy fees of top-tier colleges. if you are taking admission in top tier private colleges the fees will be high and if you are taking admisison in the government college the pharmacy courses fees will be low. The pharmacy courses fees are as follows

    Type of course

    Fees (approx)

    Bachelors in Pharmacy Fees

    INR 4 LPA to INR 10 LPA

    Masters in Pharmacy Fees

    INR 2.5 LPA (average)

    Doctorate in Pharmacy Fees

    INR 6 LPA to INR 20 LPA

    Diploma in Pharmacy Fees

    INR 2.5 LPA (average)

    Also read: Diploma courses after 10th

    Required skillset for Pharmacy Courses

    A pharmacy course is quite different from another course as it involves research work, keen observation, advanced level computer skills. Some of the skills required for pharmacy courses are:

    • Research Skills
    • Computer skills
    • Communication skills
    • Observation skills and an eye for detail.
    • Scientific Paper Writing Skills
    • Analytical Skills
    • Proofreading Skills
    • Mathematical Skills
    • Ability to Multitask
    • Counseling Skills

    Pharmacy Course Curriculum

    The course curriculum of the pharmacy courses depends on the type of degree. If you are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy it will be 4 years long and consist of 8 semesters. The pharmacy course curriculum of a bachelor’s degree will include foundation subjects like Pharmatecual Analysis, Pharmacognosy I, Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education (APHE), etc. 

    Whereas, if you are pursuing a master’s degree in pharmacy the duration of the course will be 2 years long and includes 2 semesters. The pharmacy course curriculum of a master’s degree will include subjects like Pharmaceutical Validation, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology, Clinical Pharmacy Practice, etc. 

     A student pursuing a Pharmacy course will be studying communication skills development, environmental science studies, ethical practices, and regulations of the Pharmacy Council of India apart from important pharmacy courses subjects. 

    Find out what to do after B Pharmacy

    Pharmacy Course Subjects

    Below we have provided a list of pharmacy course subjects that a student may encounter while pursuing a pharmacy degree. However, it must be noted that the syllabus and curriculum vary from course to course and college to college.

    Subject name

    Subject description 

    Human Anatomy and Physiology

    It involves studies related to the human body and its structure.

    Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

    Studies related to chemical aspects associated with drugs and medicines are included in this subject.

    Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

    Uses of inorganic substances in pharmaceuticals including preparatory methods, properties, etc. are covered in this subject.

    Pharmaceutical Microbiology

    Microorganisms that contribute towards the development and scaling up of pharmaceuticals are studied in this subject.

    Pharmacology

    The influence of drugs on living beings is studied in this subject.

    Computer Applications in Pharmacy

    The use of computers in retail pharmacy along with CADD (Computer -Aided Design of Drugs), data storage, computer-based learning, etc. are included in this subject.

    Pharmaceutical Analysis

    How to identify, separate, purify, and determine pharmaceutical products are explained in this subject.

    Industrial Pharmacy

    Marketing, development, manufacturing, and quality assurance activities are covered in this subject.

    Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

    Concepts related to modern Pharmacognosy and the development of Phytochemistry are to be studied in this subject.

    Pharmaceutical Engineering

    It covers topics related to quality control, discovering, manufacturing, and analysing drugs and their formulas.

    Remedial Biology/ Remedial

    How to use biological agents to eliminate contaminants from the water or any other medium is explained in this subject.

    Mathematics

    Measurements and methods of calculations used to determine, prescribe, and develop medication are covered in this subject.

    Physical Pharmaceutics

    Concepts of Chemistry and Physics that are associated with Pharmacy are covered in this subject.

    Biochemistry

    It involves studying concepts related to living organisms and chemical processes happening within their bodies.

    Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

    Drugs and their physicochemical characteristics are covered in this subject.

    Pharmacy Courses Scope in India

    In India, pharmacy is a popular career choice since it allows you to work in a variety of settings, including research labs, pharmacies, hospitals, the armed forces, government institutions, and the pharmaceutical industry. The health sector in India is also increasing as the government is opening various hospitals and dispensaries for the public welfare, which in turn is developing several job opportunities. Many job profiles are available to welcome the applicants in the private as well as government sectors. In addition, if one wishes, he/she can come up with his/her own pharmacy store setup.

    Check out about the pharmacy council in India

    Job Options After Pharmacy Courses

    After completing the pharmacy course candidates can secure jobs in government as well as the private sector. Candidates can get their pharmacist licenses and start their own businesses. Following are some of the job options after the pharmacy courses. 

    Job profiles

    Job description

    Clinical Research Associate

    CRAs are responsible for coordinating and overseeing the execution of studies and clinical trials.

    Pharmacist

    They ensure that the medicines prescribed to patients are suitable.

    Drug Safety Associate

    They are responsible for assessing the safety of pharmaceuticals drugs once they are on the market.

    Drug Inspector

    They monitor drug’s safety, utility performance, and consistency from the time it is manufactured until it is sold in a retail outlet.

    Pharmacy Business

    A business carried on at a pharmacy and includes the business of providing pharmacy services.

    Scientific Writer

    They write and edit scientific news, articles and features, for business trade and professional publications, specialist scientific and technical journals and the general media.

    Pathological Lab Scientist

    They work to analyze a variety of biological specimens.

    Salary after Pharmacy Courses

    Salaries for B.Pharmacy graduates in India vary according to qualification, experience level, and employer type. A pharmacist's annual income ranges from INR 2 to 5 Lakhs. The salary after pharmacy courses depends on the job profile also. Candidates can check the pharmacy salary as per the job profile given below. 

    Job profiles

    Average salary

    Clinical Research Associate

    INR 3-4 lakhs

    Pharmacist

    INR 2-5 lakhs

    Drug Safety Associate

    INR 3.5-5 lakhs

    Drug Inspector

    INR 6-8 lakhs

    Pharmacy Business

    INR 8 lakhs

    Scientific Writer

    INR 3 lakhs

    Pathological Lab Scientist

    INR 3.25 lakhs

    Check out the highest paying jobs in pharmaceutical sector 

    Top Pharma Recruiters

    The demand for jobs in the pharmacy sector is very high. Candidates can find jobs in India as well as in abroad. Some of the top pharmaceutical companies that hire candidates who have degrees in pharmacy courses are 

    Indian recruitersInternational recruiters
    • Lupin
    • Cipla
    • Piramal
    • Sun Pharmaceuticals
    • Aurobindo Pharma
    • Dr, Reddy’s Laboratories
    • Serum Institute of India Ltd
    • Biocon
    • Pfizer
    • AbbVie
    • GlaxoSmithKline
    • Johnson & Johnson
    • GlaxoSmithKline
    • Amgen
    • Merck

    Check out the What after M Pharm?

    We hope that this article on pharmacy courses was helpful to you. For more information stay tuned to CollegeDekho.

    FAQs about Pharmacy Courses

    What is the duration of the B Pharma course?

    The B Pharma course is 4 years long. 

     

    Who are the top recruiters for pharmacy?

    Some of the top recruiters for pharmacy are Pharmaceuticals, Aurobindo Pharma, Dr, Reddy’s Laboratories, Biocon, etc. 

     

    What are the top pharmacy colleges in abroad?

    Some of the top pharmacy colleges in abroad are Oxford University, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, University of Tokyo, etc.

     

    What are the specializations available in pharmacy courses?

    Some of the popular specializations in pharmacy are Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance, Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacognosy, etc. 

     

    What are the job options for pharmacy courses?

    The job options for pharmacy courses are pharmacist, drug inspector, clinical research associate, drug safety associate, etc.

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    Related Questions

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    Abhinav Chamoli, CollegeDekho Expert

    Dear Student,

    Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programme is offered at two levels:

    • PharmD 6-year Programme
    • PharmD Post-Baccalaureate Programme

    With 59% aggregate marks in Class 12th (10 + 2), you are eligible for admission into most of the colleges offering PharmD in India.

    Please mention the name of the college in which you are seeking admission if you need information about the course fee.

    For admissions-related help, you can fill our Common Application Form or call our toll-free student helpline number 1800-572-9877.

    Thank you.

    I want to seek admission for pharm D in 2020
    -Ann -Updated on Nov-11-20191 Answers
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    Abhinav Chamoli, CollegeDekho Expert

    Dear Student,

    Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) is a six-year professional programme that prepares a candidate for a career as a Pharmacist. Pharm. D is a Here is a list of colleges offering Pharm.D in India. To be eligible for admission into a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) programme, a candidate must have:

    • Cleared class 12th in the Science stream with minimum 55% aggregate marks OR
    • Completed a Diploma course from any institute recognized by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)

    Please feel free to write back to us if you have any other queries regarding Pharm.D admissions in India.

    Thank you.

    Sir my dmch see d.pharma karna chahta hu
    -Ravishankar -Updated on Sep-05-20191 Answers
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    Nidhi Bahl, CollegeDekho Expert

    Dear Student

    Dayanad Medical College & Hospital (DMCH) only offers MD course in Pharmacology. Check the list of other colleges in Ludhiana where B.Pharmacy course is offered:

    Hope the above information is useful for you. Feel free to write to us for more details and information.

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