Bachelor in Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

Bachelor in Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

B.Pharm Course Details

B.Pharm (Bachelor of Pharmacy) degree is a job-focused graduate degree to work with Pharmaceutical sectors. The B.Pharm programme lasts four years and eight semesters. Due to its broad scope and numerous job options, the B.Pharm degree is one of the most sought-after degrees. The B.Pharm curriculum includes all parts of healthcare that relate to the creation of medications and their use in accurate diagnosis. Students learn about a broad range of subjects including Pharmaceutical Technology, Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Phytopharmaceutical, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacy Management etc.

The course provides a comprehensive theoretical and applied understanding of pharmaceuticals and aids in the development of all the skills required to advise patients on the use of medications and drugs. The programme combines theory lessons in related fields with a variety of practical experiments. The Pharmacy Council of India [PCI], a statutory body governed by the conditions of the Pharmacy Act passed by the Indian Parliament, regulates pharmacy education and practice in India up to the graduate level.The B.Pharm Program at Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research was established in 2022. It is dedicated to give the students the setting and assistance they need for career preparation and growth. The program is concerned with providing academic and extracurricular opportunities.

Admission Process

Admission process is as per ACPC. Students must have completed Class 12 or the equivalent in a relevant discipline from a recognised board in order to get admission to this course.


Students must have completed their 10+2 in the Science stream in order to pursue a B.Pharm.

At the 10+2 level, applicants must have studied Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Mathematics.

Course Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)

Intake – 60 Students

B.Pharm Program: Goal/AIM

B.Pharm program, at the Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research, is aimed to develop world-class pharmacists who are prepared to meet the present and future demands of their profession and society at large. The program strives for the holistic development of the students so they can contribute ethically and wisely to many parts of pharmacy and social welfare, thereby raising the standard of living. The Program is offered by an all-encompassing educational institution, IIPR  effectively pursues greatness while fostering a noble character in each gifted pharmacy student. To foster a learning environment that promotes the development of skills, the program provides advanced knowledge and education to students in relevant subjects. Program is designed to bring out the best and most successful pharmacy experts to competently and devotedly lead the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.

Indian ethos in education is something that the Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research aims to create and deliver with B.Pharm Program to align with scope in Ayurveda as well as Herbal Industries. As a result, the introduction and competency development programme here enriches the learning. In order to transmit the Indian value system to the professionals of the future, these are provided through interactive and communicative exchanges with industry professionals, experts, gurus, and practitioners who provide insight into the rich heritage of Indian culture and practices of ethical disciplines. A programme to provide students with "earn and learn" chances is also being developed, and pilot programmes will shortly be running in the upcoming semester.

Faculty Details

B.Pharm Program: Outcome



B.Pharm Program: Job Prospects

Commercial sector:

After earning a B.Pharm degree there are numerous career paths Production executive/Manager, QA executive/Manager, RA executive/Manager, Research scientist, Hospital pharmacist, Clinical pharmacist, QC executive/Analytical officer/Manager, Retail pharmacist, Academician etc.

Government sector: The government sector offers a variety of job opportunities for graduates with a B Pharma degree like drug inspectors, pharmacists in the public sector, food inspectors, analyst at government laboratories, medical underwriters, research scientist, professor etc.

Higher Education: B.Pharm degree holders can opt for M. Pharma, MBA, Pharm.D Post Baccalaureate etc as higher education. There are master's programmes offered in Pharma Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, Pharma Analysis, Pharmacognosy, Phaytopharmaceutical, Industrial Pharmacy, Biotechnology, Clinical Pharmacology, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Clinical Practice, Biostatistics etc. Those who wish to advance their studies after M.Pharm, Pharm.D Post Baccalaureate etc., may opt for PhD in the same area.


Numerous employment prospects, including those for Medical Writer, Clinical Researcher, Medical Representative, Research & Development Executive, Research Officer, Drug Inspector, Drug Technician, Hospital Drug Coordinator, Analytical Chemist etc., are unlocked by the B.Pharm degree. The placement areas for B.Pharm studies in Pharmacy are available in various industries that deal with software. Students studying in their last year of B.Pharm receive on-campus placements.

The Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) at Indus University has a separate team that bridges two important ends: academia and industry. It demonstrates a link between educational institutions, university departments, and businesses.

The focal point for career counselling for university students pursuing studies in all programmes and streams is the Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.). It provides students with comprehensive career options by assisting them in choosing and pursuing their ideal vocations.

Placement Cell at Indus

Indus University has an autonomous vertical - Training & Placement Department (T & P Dept.) - that connects two vital ends: education and the industry. It exemplifies a link between schools and university constituent associations (entry-level input) and the sector (output-end at the finishing level).

The Training and Placement Department is the hub for career assistance for students from all programmes and streams at the university. It provides students with overall career solutions by encouraging them to choose and pursue their ideal vocations. The university provides placement in rebound industries line Zydus Cadila, Torrent Pharma, Cadila Pharma, Sun Pharma, Intas Pharma, Piramal Healthcare, Cipla, Mankind etc.


What is the future career scope of B.Pharm?

After earning a B.Pharm, a student may work in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, or herbal industries or for a clinical research organisation (CRO) in a variety of areas, including production, quality control, R&D, and marketing, among others. After receiving a B.Pharm, students can even launch their own businesses. They can also opt for higher education and government job.

Do admissions to B.Pharm programmes require a NEET score?

NEET participation is not required for B.Pharm students. The majority of colleges, universities, and institutions offer admission to B.Pharm programmes based on the results of university- or state-level B.Pharm entrance exams.

What are the most popular B.Pharm entrance exams?

Some of the well-known entrance tests for the B.Pharm degree are GUJCET/JEE/NEET etc.

What does the student make once they have earned their B.Pharm degree?

Your annual salary after earning a B.Pharm will vary depending on the thorough and sound knowledge and practical expertise you acquired and will rise as you gain experience.

Department Activities

Faculty Achievement

On April 23, 2024, Dr. Falguni Tandel, Principal of IIPR, delivered an Expert Talk at Khyati College of Pharmacy on the topic of 'QA for Continuous Quality Improvement' with the aim of providing insights and strategies to enhance quality assurance practices for ongoing improvement in academic and institutional standards.

Faculty Achievement

Dr. Falguni Tandel published two book chapters entitled “Analytical Quality by Design” & “API Quality by Design” in the book “Introduction to Quality by Design (QbD) From Theory to Practice” published by international publisher:Springer Nature, Singapore, on April 10,2024.

Expert Talk on Quality Perspective in Pharmaceutical Industry

Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research, Indus University had organized an expert talk on Quality perspective in Pharmaceutical Industry on April 3,2024 for pharmacy students. The session was delivered by Dr. Keur Ahir, Assistant Manager, Amneal India Pharmaceutical Ltd. Ahmedabad. The session covered key topics such as Regulatory Requirements, Quality Management Systems, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Quality Control Techniques, and Eemerging Ttrends in Quality assurance. The students gained knowledge about implementation of these principles in pharmaceutical companies to achieve highest standards of quality and contribute to improving healthcare outcomes worldwide.