B. Pharmacy - Global College of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Pharmacy ( B. Pharm )
Academic Focus : - The Bachelor Degree Programm enables the students to understand the subject by taking through pharmaceutical technology, Pharmacology, pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Applied Biochemistry, Dispensing and Hospital Pharmacy etc. which give them a strong career support
Career Scope :- The qualification in Pharmacy gives enormous national and international carrer and employment opportunities in area such as Research and Development , Pharmaceutical manufacturing, Pharma Analysis and quality Control, Regulatory Affaries ,Pharmaceutical Administration and Management, Drug Control Administration, Academics.
Admission Eligibility :- Pass in 10+2 or equivalent from any board or council with 50% aggregate marks in Physic, Chemistry &, Mathematics/ Biology/Zoology/Computer Science.
Duration:- Four Years.
Admission over view
Management/Category B admissions / Second Year Lateral Entry/ Transfers From Other College
- The admission to the B.Pharmacy course, under "Category A" seats, is through a StateLevel Entrance Test called "Engineering, Agricultural Sciences and Medical Common Entrance Test" (EAMCET), conducted by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
- 70% of the seats under "Category A" are filled by the Convener of EAMCET based on the rank secured in EAMCET and as per the rules of reservation in force. Fees for "Category A" seats: Rs.32,200/- per annum from the academic year 2013-14
- 30% of the seats under "Category B" are filled by the Management based on the guidelines issued by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. Under the uniform fee structure introduced from 2012 the fee for Catregory B seats is Rs.40,000/- per annum
- Students admitted in other colleges who wish to transfer to Global College of Pharmacy are welcome into second year.
- The Convener of ECET admits candidates at 2nd year of B.Pharm (lateral entry), from the stream of Diploma Holders and B.Sc.graduates with Mathematics as one of the subjects based on the rank secured in Engineering Common Entrance Test (ECET) to an extent of 10% of the sanctioned intake.