BPharm_Course Structure & Syllabus

BPharm_Course Structure & Syllabus

The candidate should be an Indian National and who possess bachelor's degree of equivalent in Pharmacy from any AICTE approved institution, with at least 55% marks (at least 50% marks in case of SC/ST category AND Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only).

Should have non-zero Score in MAH-MPH-CET 2015, if the candidate has neither appeared for GPAT 2015 nor having valid and qualified GPAT 2015 All India Rank / Total Score.

In case percentage, marks in the B. Pharmacy Examination comes in fraction then the percentage of marks shall be rounded off as explained in the example for the purpose of deciding the eligibility of the candidate. Example: If the percentage of marks comes out to be 49.50% to 49.99% then it shall be rounded to 50% and if the percentage of marks comes out to be 49.01% to 49.49% then it shall be rounded to 49%.

Note: Qualifying the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test(GPAT) is compulsory for awarding any fellowship. However, it is not mandatory for seeking admission to the M. Pharm. Course.


This laboratory is well equipped with high magnification microscopes and necessary apparatus required for extraction purposes. Research work is being carried out to identify the medicinal values of herbal plants. Various standardization procedures are also developed for herbal drugs and their formulations.


Pharmaceutics encompasses an understanding of the basic physical chemistry necessary for the efficient design of dosage forms. The students are trained to manufacture these medicines in both small and large scale. In the biotechnology laboratory they study in depth about the culturing, and elimination of microorganisms in medicines in addition to antibiotic assay.