Higher study options in Pharmacy. The minimum eligibility prescribed for admission to B.Pharma. Course is a pass in higher secondary or equivalent exam with at least 50 per cent marks in biology, mathematics, biotechnology or computer science.Students can choose from two year diploma course (D. Pharm.), four year degree course (B.Pharma), two year Master’s degree course (M.Pharma), six year integrated doctorate degree programme (Pharma D.), three year Pharma D. course (post Baccalaureate), and Ph.D. courses in pharmacy as part of their higher education options.
A career in the pharmaceutical sciences is full of opportunities. From Research and Development, Analysis and Testing, Production and Manufacturing, Marketing, Hospitals, Regulatory Bodies, and many others to the likes of the same will have avenues for those from the Pharmaceutical background.
Maharashtra CET Entrance Exam 2013 MT-CET 2013 Exam Date Announced – May 16, 2013 As per the sources, the Engineering and Pharmacy Entrance Exam 2013 in Maharashtra has been finalized and the same will be held on May 16. The… Continue Reading →
Is it possible to do Diploma in Pharmacy after 10+2 from National Open School ? Answer: According to the decision taken by The Central Council of Pharmacy, the approval was done for taking admission into D.Pharma/B.Pharma was only through Regular… Continue Reading →
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