D Pharmacy

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  • Two-year academic program

  • Deep knowledge of science and technique behind the formulation of Pharmacy Practice and Medicines Management.

  • Provides an overview of the conjecture principles and practices implicated in the science of Pharmacy, including core subjects like Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics.

 

Eligibility:

  1. Candidates should be of Indian Nationality and shall either be a Local or Non-Local candidate defined in A.P. Education Institution (Regulation of Admission) Rules, 1974.

  2. Intermediate (MPC/BPC), 12 years Higher Secondary Education Board Exam of CBSE, ICSE. (Regular stream only)(Ref.No.14-2/2006-PCI-5763-6337/13.06.2007 of PCI & No.12- 2- 2012-PCI/52020, dt:17-7-2012 of the PCI, New Delhi)

  3. Qualifications obtained from Open Schools of any State /National Open Schools under sub- regulation (5) of Regulation 5 of Education Regulations, 1991 are eligible for admission to D.Pharm course vide reference no: Ref.No.14-2/2006-PCI-5763-6337, Dated 13.6.2007 of the PCI, New Delhi.

Not Eligibile

  1. As per the PCI, New Delhi circular no. 12-2/2012/PCI/52020, dt: 17-07-2012, Intermediate vocational course in MLT (Medical Lab Technician) & with or without bridge course is not an approved qualification for admission to Diploma course in Pharmacy under regulation 5 of Education Regulations, 1991 framed u/s 10 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948.

Admissions Checklist:

  1. College Application

  2. 10th Markscard and Pass Certificate

  3. 6 to 10th - Study Certificate

  4. 12th Markscard and Pass Certificate

  5. 11th to 12th -Study Certificate

  6. Origianl TC