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Final Year B. Pharm. April 2010

Third Year B. Pharm. May 2010

Sem. IV B. Pharm. June 2010

Sem. II B. Pharm. June 2010

Sem. V B. Pharm. December 2010

Sem. III B. Pharm. December 2010

Special Features of Programmes

  • Semester system as per GTU and a curriculum befitting the current needs of the profession.
  • More emphasis on audio – visual and computer aided teaching
  • More contact hours through regular theory classes and practicals in each subject and adequately supervised training in practical classes.
  • Regular assessment on the basis of term assignment in the form of quiz, tests, seminars, discussions etc. as per  University examination system for evaluation and grading.
  • Regular visits to the industries and a strong industry-academy interaction and regular visiting faculty from industries.
  • Constant counseling to students by the faculty on one to one basis on career guidance for personal development.
  • Grooming and training of students with development of communication skills and extensive coaching for GPAT, NIPER Entrance exam etc. 

Value Added Programme

Within the context of emerging developments in healthcare, future pharmacists will be required to function, communicate and work effectively in multidisciplinary teams. Therefore, comprehension of the intertwining roles of each healthcare professional and pharmacist’s place within the healthcare team is essential. In order to be able to function confidently and effectively in such settings students must gain a sense of professional identity and pride over the course of their education. Professional identity must be considered crucial to the motivation of individuals and therefore the success of the profession. To ensure the above special emphasis will be laid on:

  • The development of communication skills.
  • Special orientation programmes.
  • Interaction with the professionals from the Pharmaceutical industry and R & D centres.
  • Training for GPAT Entrance Exam.
  • Entrepreneurship development & visits to leading pharmaceutical industries.
  • Special lectures, seminars, workshops and other programmes for the students are regularly organized.


Counseling to students is an   important feature of the Institute.  Faculty members are assigned a fixed number of students right at the time of their joining the programme. The faculty in turn has periodical meeting with students in order to evaluate their academic performance and proper orientation towards the programme, guide them to rectify any short comings and to solve any problem related to academics and adjustments with his/her colleagues and faculty members.

Student Activity

Co-curricular and extra curricular activities play an important role in the all-round development of professional students. They indeed serve as an adjunct to the rigorous course work. Various student activities like cultural festival, ras-garba, quizzes, elocution, debates, annual day, class picnics, etc. are regularly organized by Institute with adequate involvement of faculty members

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