The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Apeejay Stya University (ASU) announced admissions for Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm), a 4-year industry-oriented programme endorsed by industrial houses pertaining to the domains of pharmaceutical sciences and related fields.The programme has been approved by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). It has been designed in collaboration with noted pharmaceutical organisations. The newly launched R&D centre for pharmaceutical research will further ensure a holistic and experiential learning for the students who will be familiarised with the knowledge of formulation development from basic drug designing to the final stages of clinical trials.
The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences also has two centres of excellence – Centre for Novel Drug Delivery System and Centre for Formulation Development to boost high-quality teaching-learning culture.
The University also provides scholarships to meritorious students. Students can also be absorbed in the pharmaceutical business of the Apeejay Stya & Svran Group, apart from opportunities in various MNCs and other leading companies.
Eligibility:A minimum 50 per cent aggregate marks in 10+2 with PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) or PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) from any recognised board. All eligible applicants shall be shortlisted on the basis of their academic performances and aptitude followed by a mock test.
The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences also offers M. Pharm in Pharmaceuticals (2 years), M. Pharm + MBA (3 years – Integrated) and PhD in Pharmaceuticals, among other programmes.
Application forms can be downloaded from the University website.
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