Importance of B.Pharma


The Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) course is a graduate level program available in pharmacy. Without this degree, one wont be possible to register themselves as pharmacists.

The pharmacy course consists of six streams of study. Those are:

  • Biological Fate of Drugs
  • Data Analysis in Pharmacy
  • Dosage Form Design
  • Drug Discovery
  • Quality Use of Medication
  • Social and Professional Aspects of Pharmacy

The eligibility needed for a person to join this 4 year program is a pass in an admission test that is held at the state or national levels. More than 50 percent marks in class 12 are needed for students who aspire to attend this examination. They must have accomplished their studies in the science stream. Those students who have done their Diploma in Pharmacy course can join the second year of the B.Pharm course by way of lateral entry scheme.

Many Indian colleges of the private and public sectors offer students with the graduate level programs in pharmacy. Before they join these colleges, aspirants need to ensure whether these institutions have an approval from the All Indian Council of Technical Education (AICTE) and/or the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

B.Pharm Colleges in India

These are a few Indian colleges that an approval from the Pharmacy Council of India:

  • Alwar Pharmacy College, Alwar
  • Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi
  • Bharti Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sriganganagar
  • Bombay College of Pharmacy, Mumbai
  • Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (DIPSAR), New Delhi
  • Gyan Vihar School of Pharmacy, Jaipur
  • Hamdard University, New Delhi
  • Indira College of Pharmacy
  • ISF College of Pharmacy, Punjab
  • Madras Medical College, Chennai
  • Madurai Medical College, Madurai
  • SGRR Institute of Pharmacy, Dehradun
  • Smt.Vidyawati college of Pharmacy, Jhansi
  • Srinivas College of Pharmacy, Mangalore

Career opportunities available after B.Pharm

The career opportunities available for students of B.Pharm are quite high within our country. Many fields are available for students to begin their career. A few of those fields comprise of:

  • Bio-Tech Industries
  • Chemical / Drug Technician
  • Drug Inspector
  • Drug Therapist
  • Health Inspector
  • Hospital Drug Coordinator
  • Pathological Lab
  • Pharmacist
  • Preparing Prescription to Patients
  • R&D
  • Research Officer
  • Scientist

Career opportunities are available for students with the health departments of hospitals of the public sector. There, students are given training with regard to the approval as well as regulation of new drugs and pharmaceutical products. Students can also specialize in the arena of toxicology and drug information etc.

Why is B.Pharm so important?

As one might be well aware of, pharmacy concerns the reactions of drugs on biological systems as well as their many applications available for human drug therapy. This program basically prepares students for the role of a pharmacist in our society, thus ensuring that patients optimize medication usage.

Studying this graduate level program will give students the much needed fundamentals they will need for better job prospects or for professional specialties in their future.



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13 Responses to “Importance of B.Pharma”

  1. 13

    I have passed 12th with pcmb so can i do b pharma in hamdard or Dipsar university?

  2. 12

    why english is imporant for students

  3. 11

    sir, im studing in B pharmacy 1st year.I can’t pass 6subjects sir im telugu medium background so difficult my subjects. so how can i pass my all subjects. please help me.

  4. 10

    I’ve passed out 12th in 2010 from science stream. but due to some personal reasons I couldnt continue my studies further. Am I eligible to do Bpharma now ? What colleges should I look for ? Please help in this regards.

  5. 9
    mandeep singh:

    wat would be the salary after i do BPHARMA and after dat i go for drug inspector….pls help me

  6. 8
    prashanth varma:

    if any experience need for writing drug inspector exam after completion of b.harm,

  7. 7
    mukund kumar:

    I a am mukund kumar i have to know about limit age and how many times given the exam for drug inspector.

  8. 6
    pravin rane:

    what salary i can get after doing b.pharm from mumbai university?

  9. 5
    Siddharth jain:

    what i may do after B.pharm (75%)
    rgpv mp

  10. 4

    sir I am a B Pharm ,working in an anti- retroviral mfg Pharma company I want to know that these drugs are included in schedule C or not I will be thankful to know it along with such other drugs 4m u to set my plan to become DI

  11. 3
    Tanuj Jethi:

    Please let me know the NATA 2010 Test Centre in Uttarakhand.

  12. 2

    i’m a second year pharmacy student at UNILIM (Turfloop campus), so i want to continue to study masters after my degree at overseas. what is needed.

  13. 1

    want forms date