Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm)
Program Overview

The D. Pharm program lays a foundational understanding of pharmaceutical sciences. It equips students with the basic concepts of medication therapy management and patient care, integrating both traditional and contemporary practices of pharmacy.

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Intake: 60
Fee Structure

Annual Fee: ₹1,50,000
Application Fee: INR 800/-

Eligibility Criteria

For admission to the first year of the Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm) course, candidates must meet the following requirements:

Maharashtra State Candidature Candidates:

  • Must be an Indian National.
  • Should have passed the 10+2 examination (Science stream) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Mathematics.
  • Or any other qualification recognized by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to the above.

Note: Candidates from states other than Maharashtra are eligible only for the institution quota.

NRI / OCI / PIO, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries, Foreign Nationals:

  • Must have completed the 10+2 examination (Science stream) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Mathematics.

This diploma course serves as the minimum educational qualification for becoming a registered pharmacist in India.

Program Highlights
Career Prospects:

  • Graduates can pursue various roles within retail pharmacy settings, research institutions, the pharmaceutical industry, and academic environments.
  • Opportunities to participate in the development of medical science through drug research and development roles.
  • The chance to contribute to public health by working in regulatory agencies or community healthcare settings.

Career Path:

  • Community Pharmacist: Serving patients in a retail or hospital setting.
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher: Driving innovation through drug discovery and development.
  • Clinical Pharmacist: Collaborating within healthcare teams to optimize patient medication therapies.
  • Industry Consultant: Providing expertise in pharmaceutical law, marketing, or business strategy.
  • Academician: Educating future generations of pharmacists and conducting research at academic institutions.
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist: Ensuring compliance with pharmaceutical laws and regulations.

  • Pharmaceutics-Theory
  • Pharmaceutics-Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry- Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry- Practical
  • Pharmacognosy-Theory
  • Pharmacognosy- Practical
  • Human anatomy and physiology-Theory
  • Human anatomy and physiology- Practical
  • Social Pharmacy- Theory
  • Social Pharmacy-Practical

Pharmacy Laboratories:

  • Pharmaceutics Laboratory
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory
  • Pharmacognosy Laboratory
  • Pharmacology Laboratory
  • Pharmacology-Theory
  • Pharmacology-Practical
  • Community Pharmacy-Theory
  • Community Pharmacy-Practical
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology-Theory
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology-Practical
  • Pharmacotherapeutics-Theory
  • Pharmacotherapeutics-Practical
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy-Theory
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy-Practical
  • Pharmacy Law & Ethics - Theory

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy Laboratories:

  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy
  • Social Pharmacy
  • Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Central Instrumentation Lab
  • Machine Room

Note: The university reserves the right to make changes in the program structure/subject basket/assessment/evaluation.