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School of Pharmacy

DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D.PHARM)

Eligibility:- Admission to the Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm), requires a pass in10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology.
Duration:- 2 Years
Number of Seats:- 60 (Approved By PCI)

Overview:

Pharmacy education in India traditionally has been industry and product oriented. In contrast to the situation in developed nations, graduate pharmacists prefer placements in the pharmaceutical industry. To practice as a pharmacist in India, one needs at least a diploma in pharmacy, which is awarded after only 2 years and 3 months of pharmacy studies. These diploma-trained pharmacists are the mainstay of pharmacy practice. The changing face of the profession is discussed, including the establishment of the D Pharm program. Admission to the first year DPharm program in any government college is based on performance on the higher secondary examination. The DPharm curriculum is framed through the education regulations of the Pharmacy Act.

BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B.PHARM)

Eligibility:- Candidates who posses 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB) or Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology.
Duration:- 4 Years
Number of Seats:- 60 (Approved By PCI)

Overview:

The subject of pharmacy has evolved as a multidisciplinary, multifaceted curriculum with the emergence of the concept of “global healthcare”. Its involvement is deep and it has an important role in discovery of new drug molecule; its evaluation in clinical settings; development; approval for human consumption; manufacture; distribution; regulatory controls; and several other important aspects of healthcare. Working in harmony with other members of the healthcare sector is crucial to ensure that pharmacists play an important role and social relevance of pharmacist in the healthcare system of any country is established. Hence, the curriculum at SEACOM has been framed taking into consideration the responsibility of students to meet the demands of hi-tech pharmaceutical industry, at the same time ensuring that they confidently serve the requirements of patient care and pharmacy practice.