Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma)
Diploma in Pharmacy is a short-term program for aspirants who want to foray into pharmaceutical business and pharmacy jobs. The course is ideal for students who seek short program in the pharmacy domain as B.Pharma and Pharma.D are long-term courses of up to 6 years. Diploma in pharmacy can also be pursued in order to understand the basics of the program and pursue advanced courses in this field.
The program covers basic pharmacy education including the application of chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry, concepts of biochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology. The program enables the students to learn about different chemical salts, their application and uses in medicine. The program holds good value in the pharmaceutical industry.D.Pharma. is an entry-level course that acts as a gateway for aspirants to pursue higher studies either from India or abroad.
The highlights of the D.Pharm course are as follows:
Check out the eligibility for D.Pharm course in detail below:
- Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent to be eligible for D.Pharm admissions.
- A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level.
- Admission to Diploma in Pharmacy is done on the basis of entrance exams conducted by universities that offer this course or through state-level diploma entrance tests.
- Candidates must have passed class 12 exams with science in order to take admission in this programme.
- Some institutes also offer direct admissions to these courses i.e. without conducting entrance or state level exams.
|Pharmaceutics – 1||Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology||Pharmacognosy|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 1||Health Education and Community Pharmacy|
|Pharmaceutics – 2||Pharmacology and Toxicology||Drug Store and Business Management|
|Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence||Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy||Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 2|