Program Specific Outcomes (PSOS):

  • Knowledge of Pharmaceutical Sciences: Graduates should demonstrate a strong foundation in various aspects of pharmaceutical sciences, including pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: Graduates should have the ability to identify, analyze, and solve pharmaceutical problems using critical thinking and scientific reasoning.
  • Product Development and Formulation: Graduates should be able to design and develop pharmaceutical products and formulations based on scientific principles.
  • Quality Assurance and Control: Graduates should understand the principles of quality assurance and quality control in pharmaceutical manufacturing, including adherence to regulatory guidelines.
  • Drug Discovery and Development: Graduates should be familiar with the drug discovery and development process, including pre-clinical and clinical trials.
  • Drug Regulatory Affairs: Graduates should be knowledgeable about pharmaceutical regulations and the requirements for product approval and marketing.
  • Patient Care: Graduates should be prepared to contribute to patient care by providing pharmaceutical services, including medication counseling and management.
  • Communication Skills: Graduates should have effective communication skills, both written and oral, to interact with healthcare professionals and patients.
  • Professional and Ethical Behavior: Graduates should demonstrate professionalism and adhere to ethical standards in pharmaceutical practice.
  • Teamwork and Leadership: Graduates should be capable of working effectively in teams and, over time, taking on leadership roles.
  • Lifelong Learning: Graduates should understand the importance of continuing education and be committed to lifelong learning to stay updated with the evolving field of pharmacy.
  • Environmental and Social Responsibility: Graduates should be aware of the environmental and social responsibilities associated with the pharmaceutical industry, including sustainable and ethical practices.


2 years


10+2 examination with Physics (essential subject), Chemistry (essential subject), Biology/ Mathematics/ Biotechnology/ Computer Sciences (any one of these) from any recognized Board with an aggregate of 40% Score for SC/ST or 45% Score for General Category

Selection Process:

Merit-Based/ Entrance Exam


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