Eligibilty & Entry Requirements
What is the eligiblity required for Pharm D?:
Pharm D is offered in two types. One is a 6-year degree and the second is a 3-year post-baccalaureate degree. For both courses, the eligibility criteria are given below.
For a 6-year Pharm D course:
- The student should have completed his/her class 12th examination or its equivalent from a recognized board.
- In his/her 10+2, the student should have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology/mathematics subjects.
- The minimum age limit is 17 years.
- D Pharma graduates are also eligible for this course.
For a 3-year Post Baccalaureate course:
- The student should have a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from a recognised institute/college.
- He/she should have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics/Biology in his 10+2 class.
What are the subjects in Pharm D?:
Every semester, subjects change in Pharm D. The semester-wise subjects list is given below.
For semester 1:
- Human anatomy and physiology
- Medical Biochemistry
For semester 2:
- Pharmaceutical organic chemistry
- Pharmaceutical inorganic chemistry
- Remedial mathematics/biology
For semester 3:
- Pharmaceutical Microbiology
- Pharmacognosy and Phytopharmaceuticals
For semester 4:
- Community pharmacy
- Pharmacology 1
- Pharmacotherapeutics 1
For semester 5:
- Pharmaceutical analysis
- Pharmacology 2
- Pharmacotherapeutics 2
For semester 6:
- Medical chemistry
- Pharmaceutical jurisprudence
- Pharmaceutical formulations
For semester 7:
- Hospital pharmacy
- Clinical pharmacy
- Pharmacotherapeutics 3
For semester 8:
- Clinical Toxicology
- Biostatistics and research methodology
- Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
For semester 9:
- Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomic
- Clinical research
- Clinical Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacotherapeutic drug monitoring
For semester 10:
- Clerkship project work (6 months)
- Project work (6 months)
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