The bachelor in pharmacy is an excellent first step for those who have ability and aptitude towards research in pharmaceutical sciences. B. Pharmacy course is a perfect compilation of all core subjects of fundamental branches of pharmaceutical sciences and allied health sciences. Faculty members at Oriental college of Pharmacy make extra efforts to give their students up-to-date information on the subjects taught. Students are trained as per the ever changing need of todays’ pharmaceutical research era.
The University level pharmaceutical education in India made its beginning in 1932 when the first degree course B.Pharm was started at the Banaras Hindu University by late Prof. M. L. Schroff. The course was set on the pattern of the B.Pharm course of London University. During the 1940s and 50s the Punjab University(1944), L. M. College of Pharmacy, affiliated by Mumbai University (1947), Andhra University (1951) and Sagar University started degree level education. The Pharmacy curriculum then continues with Industrial orientation by updating from time to time which includes introductions of new courses like biotechnology, computer application in pharmacy, clinical pharmacy and clinical pharmacology in the undergraduate course.
In our day-to-day life pharmacists play an important role, as they are very much into research and manufacture of drugs. Thus pharmacy is closely associated with scientific study.
Pharmacy as a career option has always been in demand. India being a huge nation of about a billion populations, diseases both minor and major has been a curse upon the weak and the poor. In the previous centuries and almost till the middle of the 20th century killer diseases such as acute respiratory infections, diarrhea, depression, tuberculosis, measles, anemia etc have been affecting thousands every year. With the advancements in medical science most of these diseases have been brought under control, with the help of high powerful antibiotics and other life saving drugs. This is where pharmacy steps in to fill the void.
Eligibility criteria for admission in B. Pharm
Eligibility criteria for admission in B. Pharm
Eligibility criteria for admission in B. Pharm Eligibility criteria for Maharashtra State Candidate and Outside Maharashtra State Candidate for admission to first of degree course in Pharmacy. Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education examination or its equivalent examination with subject English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics, Biotechnology and Technical Vocational Subjects and secured minimum 50% marks i.e. not less than 150 marks out of 300 marks (minimum 45% marks i.e not less than 135 marks out of 300 marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the subject Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics added together (Maximum of marks obtain in Biology/Mathematics shall be considered for the purpose of addition) and obtained a non zero score at MT-CET 2017.
Eligibility criteria of Candidates who have passed/passing Diploma in Pharmacy and seeking admission to first of Pharmacy.
Diploma holders who have passed the Diploma course in Pharmacy with minimum of 50% marks and medium of instruction as English from the Polytechnic institutes or MSBTE or AICTE approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra State (for Maharashtra State Candidates) or such polytechnics situate inside/outside the state of Maharashtra (for outside Maharashtra State candidates) Eligibility Criteria for Direst Admission at the entry level of Semester-III (i.e. the Second Year B.Pharm) of the course. The candidate who has passed the final examination leading to the Diploma in Pharmacy conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or equivalent examination from the Institute approved by the Pharmacy Council of India and with a minimum First Class (60% i.e. 600 out of 1000 at part – II examination for the Diploma in Pharmacy Course) as per ER -91 (i.e. post HSC two year Diploma Course) be held eligible for admission to Semester -III
Rules Concerning AdmissionAdmission A student seeking admission to the college shall have to present himself/herself along with an application form duly filled in and signed by his/her parent/guardian for an interview with the Principal. A student once admitted to the college will be considered as duly enrolled for the academic year and he/she shall be liable to pay the full fees for the two years. In case of cancellation of admission, the rules of D.T.E., Maharashtra shall be followed regarding refund of fees etc.
List of documents to be attached with the application:
- D.Pharmacy mark lists (Final Year), if applicable
- MH-CET Score card
- College Leaving/Transfer certificate
- Birth Certificate
- Caste certificate (if applicable)
- Non-Creamy layer certificate (if applicable)
- Any other documents required for claiming admission in the reservation category
- Five Xerox copies of each Mark Sheet and Certificate along with the original Mark Sheet and Certificates
- Five recent passport size photographs.
Any student wish to cancel his/her admission in any semester will have to pay the tuition fees for the balance semesters.