Bachelor of Pharmacy:

Degree Awarded Duration Entry level Seats
B. Pharm 4 years 12th (PCB/PCM) 100
B. Pharm - Lateral Entry 3 years D. Pharm 10

Pharmacy graduates will possess basic and applied knowledge of pharmaceutical and allied science helping them to become competent industry ready professionals adapting to the need of different pharmaceutical areas. In many countries across the world, it is prerequisite to be a registered pharmacist to practice as a pharmacist. .

Diploma in Pharmacy:

Degree Awarded Duration Entry level Seats
D. Pharm 2 years 12th (PCB/PCM) 60

Diploma holders will possess basic and applied knowledge of pharmacy practice and will cater to the ever-evolving healthcare industry thereby serving the society. The objective of this degree is to enable the graduate to practice as chemist, druggist and industry professional and to make them proficient in core technical skills who reflect commitment, ethics and social responsibility. .

Master of Pharmacy:

Degree Awarded Duration Entry level Seats
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) 2 years B. Pharm 15
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 2 years B. Pharm 15
M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 2 years B. Pharm 15

The course is based on pharmaceutical science that deals with the study of drugs and medicines. A master of pharmacy is a postgraduation course that is structured in a manner to cater whole technical, researched , practical and theoretical knowledge of pharmacy incorporating both traditional as well as modern knowledge. Possessing this specific degree is of great value because these individuals are recognised as medical practitioners with a high level of expertise in individual subject.


Collaborations in pharmacy are essential for ensuring the delivery of high-quality, safe, and effective medications to patients. They promote better communication, care coordination, and information exchange between healthcare professionals, leading to improved patient outcomes and enhanced patient safety. While collaborations can be challenging, the benefits far outweigh the challenges, and effective collaborations can lead to improved patient care, reduced medication errors, and enhanced efficiency in pharmacy.



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Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy imparting pharmaceutical education since 2004 with aim to reform students .The holistic approach helps to develop a more conscious vision towards mankind. The objective of teaching is to make students to stand on their own feet. The theoretical and practical aspects are taught using modern ICT tools with high level of discipline. Various activities round the year help to teach idea of synthesis, tolerance and universal harmony which is a basic need now a days to save mankind ....READ-MORE