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Diploma in pharmacy (D.Pharm.) is two years undergraduate course in the medical field of pharmacy. This is a medical field Where students to get knowledge about dispensing pharmacists who are to play a vital role in our healthcare system. The program covers basic pharmaceutical education including pharmaceutics, biochemistry, pharmacology, therapeutics, Pharmacognosy, social, community along with their application in the healthcare industry. The course provides the minimum qualification to become a registered pharmacist in India.
Diploma in pharmacy is approved by PCI, and affiliated to Board of Technical Education (BTE), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.


  • Experienced and vibrant full-time faculty
  • On hand training for dispensing and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals.
  • Regular interaction with community pharmacy and industrial pharmacy experts
  • Placement focus in Pharmaceutical industries, Hospitals, Retail Pharmacy in various government departments like Defense, Railways etc.

Career Options

Diverse job opportunities are available in front of Diploma in Pharmacy certificate holders. Government and private sector job opportunities are available in front of them.

  • Hospital Drug Coordinator
  • Analytical Chemist
  • Pharmacologist
  • Product/Process Development Scientist
  • Pharmacists in drug stores in Government hospitals, private hospitals, clinics, community health centers or private drug stores.
  • Retail Pharmacy in various government departments like Defense, Railways etc.
  • Be entrepreneur and start their own retail drug store.
  • Medical representative.
  • Higher studies (B Pharm, Pharm D, M.Pharm. etc.)


The course for D. Pharm. shall extend over 2 years consisting of two years, along with inbuilt industrial/ community pharmacy/ hospital training.


A student is expected to attend at least 75 % of total attendance for each subject, in the absence of which he/she will not be eligible to appear the exam for that subject as per PCI and BTE norms. A student is required to monitor his/her attendance and no separate notice will be displayed.


60 seats


Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2 (Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics/ Biology Minimum Marks Required: Pass in Class 12 Exams.


Merit List: Based on the rank obtained in merit list is prepared based on the basis of marks obtained at the qualifying examination of UP Joint Entrance Examination. Admission against vacant seats after counseling may be done based on the merit list prepared by Institute.


  • Pharmaceutics-I
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Social Pharmacy
  • Pharmacology
  • Community Pharmacy & Management
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology
  • Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy

 DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (Hospital Training)-Part-III

Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-III)  Period and other conditions of practical training: After having appeared in Part-II examination of Diploma in Pharmacy conducted by Board/University or other approved examination Body or any other course accepted as being equivalent by the Pharmacy Council of India, a candidate shall be eligible to undergo 500 hours practical training spread over a period of not less than 3 months in one or more of the following institutions namely: Hospitals/Dispensaries run by Central/State Government/Municipal corporations/ central Government Health scheme and Employees state Insurance scheme. A pharmacy, chemist and Druggist licensed under the Drugs and cosmetics Rules, 1945 made under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act,1940 (23 of 1940).

D. Pharm. Syllabus