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B.PHARM

The Pharmacy graduates are required to learn and acquire adequate knowledge, necessary skills to practice the profession of pharmacy. The graduate should have thorough knowledge of synthesis & analysis of medicinal agents, their mode and mechanism of action, drug interactions, patient counselling and adequate technical information to be exchanged with the physician and other health professionals. The graduates are required to acquire in depth knowledge of formulation, quality assurance and storage of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including herbal medicines. The graduates should also understand the concept of community pharmacy and be able to participate in health care programmes of Government and private sector. They are also required to detail the physicians and market the medicinal agents for diagnosis, prevention and therapeutic purposes. The graduate pharmacist should also act as bridge between the Physician and Patients for achieving better health of community.

EAMCET CODE: DCRM
No Of Seats: 60
Course Title: B. Pharm.
Abbrivation: Bachelor of Pharmacy
Medium of Instruction & Examination: English.
Type of Course: A four year degree course divided into eight Semesters.
Pattern: Semester.
Number of Years and Semester: Four Years divided into eight semesters with two semesters per year.
Eligibility for entering B.Pharm: Intermediate M.P.C or Bi.P.C Stream with 50% Marks for open category and 45% Marks for SC/ST Category or AP-EAMCET Qualified
Eligibility for entering B.Pharm (Lateral Entry): Diploma in pharmacy with 50% Aggregate or AP-ECET Qualified & the duration of the course is three years.

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS COURSE STRUCTURE AND DETAILED SYLLABUS

B.Pharmacy Four Year Degree Course

Applicable for the batches admitted from 2013-14)

 
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