Pharmacy is the branch of science that deals in the preparation and dispensing of drugs. It aims to ensure the effective and safe use of pharmaceutical drugs. A pharmacist is a health professional who studies medicines. As the pharmacy industry is growing at its pace, there is a large scope for the pharmacist in the market.
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- D. Pharm (Diploma in Pharmacy): 2 years diploma for which qualification is 10+2 with chemistry.
- B.Pharm(Bachelor of Pharmacy): 4 years graduation program for which qualification required is 10+2 with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects with any one of the Mathematics or Biology with min 50%
- M.Pharm (Masters of Pharmacy): 2 years post-graduate program after B. Pharma. The qualification required is B. Pharm with min 50%
- Pharm. D: 6 years program (5 years of classroom study and 1 year of internship). The qualification required is 10+2 with Physics and Chemistry as a compulsory subject with any one of the Mathematics or Biology subject.