If you study pharmacy at university, you will typically take modules focusing on chemistry, human biology and physiology, pharmaceutics (how medicines are made) and pharmacology (how drugs interact with the body). Most pharmacy degrees combine academic research with more vocational training and professional pharmacy skills, such as learning about legal and ethical issues, and how to interact with patients. You will learn all about prescriptions, drugs, medications and clinical practice, and practice responding to different scenarios. As you study pharmacy, you may have the opportunity to specialize in a particular type of role (such as new medicine development or patient care), or in a particular field of medical care (such as infectious diseases, or care of the elderly).


Course List

Diploma In Pharmacy(D.Pharm)

D.Pharmacy or D.Pharma is a diploma level course for aspirants who wish to study pharmacy and opt for a career option in medicine. It is a 2-year full-time diploma course designed to prepare candidates to work under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist in hospitals,... View More
Diploma

Diploma in Pharmacy Assistant

OverviewStudents in a pharmacy technician associate's degree program are introduced to a wide variety of pharmaceutical topics. The curriculum of most programs combines classroom coursework with laboratory and clinical experience. The course provides an opportunity to... View More
Diploma

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

B Pharmacy (Bachelor of Pharmacy) is a job-oriented undergraduate degree for science students who want to make a career in the pharmacy sector. BPharm course duration is of 4 years with 8 semesters. The basic eligibility to take admission is minimum... View More
UG

Post Bacculaureate Pharm D

Pharm. D. (Post Baccalaureate) is a 3-year professional post-graduate course in the discipline of Pharmacy, open for pursuance by eligible graduates of Pharmacy, completed from an institute recognized by the PCI.The course includes 1 compulsory year of residency or... View More
PG

M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Chemistry

OverviewM.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a 2-year postgraduate course in pharmacy, spread over 4 semesters. Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry are disciplines at the intersection of chemistry, especially Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Pharmacology,... View More
PG

M.Pharm in Pharmaceutics

OverviewM.Pharm is a two-year post-graduate course which has been designed to focus on the field of pharmaceutical science.  Under this programme, the students get in-depth knowledge on how to prepare medicines, help in treating patients, advising patients on the... View More
PG

M.Pharm in Pharmacology

OverviewM.Pharm. in Pharmacology is a 2-year full-time postgraduate Pharmacy course, the minimum eligibility for admission to which is the successful completion of graduation (B.Pharm.), from a recognized university.Graduation needs to have been completed in any of... View More
PG

Pharm D Post Baccalaureate

OverviewPharm. D. (Post Baccalaureate) is a 3-year professional post-graduate course in the discipline of Pharmacy, open for pursuance by eligible graduates of Pharmacy, completed from an institute recognized by the PCI.The course includes 1 compulsory year of residency or... View More
PG

Pharm D (Doctor of pharmacy)

Pharm. D. is a 6- year doctorate level course, including five years of academic study and a year of internship or residency. The course aims to prepare eligible candidates students in the management of patient medication therapy and improving patient outcomes. ... View More
PG

Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm)

M.Pharm. Pharmaceutics is a full-time 2-year long postgraduate course the eligibility for which is a graduation degree in B.Pharm. program with a minimum of 50% marks from any recognized university or any other institute equivalent to university. The syllabus for the... View More
PG

M.Pharm Pharmacology

M.Pharm. in Pharmacology is a 2-year full-time postgraduate Pharmacy course, the minimum eligibility for admission to which is the successful completion of graduation (B.Pharm.), from a recognized university.Graduation needs to have been completed in any of Pharmacology,... View More
PG

M.Pharm. in Pharmacy Practice

M.Pharm. in Pharmacy Practice is a 2-year postgraduate Pharmacy course. The course has been designed to offer instruction in concepts and processes of technical procedures for preparing and dispensing drugs in hospitals and retail settings under supervision of Registered... View More
PG

M.Pharm in Pharmacy Practice

OverviewM.Pharm. in Pharmacy Practice is a 2-year postgraduate Pharmacy course. The course has been designed to offer instruction in concepts and processes of technical procedures for preparing and dispensing drugs in hospitals and retail settings under supervision of... View More
PG

Diploma in Ayurvedic Pharmacy

OverviewDiploma in Ayurvedic Pharmacy is a 2-year diploma level program in Ayurveda. The eligibility criteria for the program are passing 10+2 in any relevant stream with a minimum aggregate of 50% and above from a recognized board. The course is covered through 4... View More
Certified Programs

Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Science

OverviewPhD Pharmaceutical Sciences is a three year minimum doctorate level programme. The programme structure is on semester system and deals with researching new discoveries in pharma or medicine and drugs. Candidates get to design, formulate and test medicines and... View More
PHD

FAQs
The highest salary can get with Pharmacy stream is Rs: 6000000
The graduation types Pharmacy stream are Diploma,UG,PG,Certified Programs,PHD
It is normal to go with Pharmacy fields that are in great demand, there are number of other branches that also offer great career opportunities. One needs to carefully consider their strengths and interests to determine a branch that’s most suitable.
The number of graduates who pursue a masters degree is relatively low. This is because there are numerous job opportunities. Therefore, pursuing a master's in Pharmacy can be a huge advantage.
There are total of 15 courses in Pharmacy stream
Job Opportunities
Job profile Job description Average salary
Pharmacist A Pharmacist work for pharmacies and drugstores and dispense drugs to the patients. They analyse both inpatient and outpatient medication and work in close attention to detail to ensure the accuracy of filled prescriptions. A Pharmacist work for pharmacies and drugstores and dispense drugs to the patients. They analyse both inpatient and outpatient medication and work in close attention to detail to ensure the accuracy of filled prescriptions. 2,30,274 in 0-2 Years
Pharmaceutical Sales Executive They serve as intermediaries between customers and pharmaceutical companies. They represent a company and generate awareness about drugs and medicines among target consumers. They serve as intermediaries between customers and pharmaceutical companies. They represent a company and generate awareness about drugs and medicines among target consumers. 6,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Medical Representative Medical Representatives are responsible for organizing appointment and meetings, identifying and establishing new businesses, negotiating contracts, and undertaking relevant research. They also demonstrate or present products to healthcare specialists, meeting both the scientific and business needs healthcare professionals and maintaining detailed records. They may also attend and organize trade exhibitions, managing budgets, reviewing sales performance, and writing reports and other documents. Medical Representatives are responsible for organizing appointment and meetings, identifying and establishing new businesses, negotiating contracts, and undertaking relevant research. They also demonstrate or present products to healthcare specialists, meeting both the scientific and business needs healthcare professionals and maintaining detailed records. They may also attend and organize trade exhibitions, managing budgets, reviewing sales performance, and writing reports and other documents. 2,50,000 in 0-2 Years
Pediatric Pharmacist Pediatric Pharmacists counsel children and their parents about medication and write prescriptions as needed. They track their patients' medical progress and make sure that there are no harmful drug interactions or unexpected side effects. Pediatric Pharmacists often work in medical facilities like doctor's offices, pharmacies, and hospitals. Pediatric Pharmacists counsel children and their parents about medication and write prescriptions as needed. They track their patients' medical progress and make sure that there are no harmful drug interactions or unexpected side effects. Pediatric Pharmacists often work in medical facilities like doctor's offices, pharmacies, and hospitals. 7,50,000 in 0-2 Years
Pharmaceutical Scientist They are well trained and experts mainly responsible to discover, develop, test and manufacture new medications and drugs. They are well trained and experts mainly responsible to discover, develop, test and manufacture new medications and drugs. 6,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Pharmacy Business Main job role will be to distribute and dispense medicines in either retail or whole, regionally or across India after going through all the ethical and legal guidelines by the monitoring bodies, while ensuring that safe and correct medicines are supplied to the public. Main job role will be to distribute and dispense medicines in either retail or whole, regionally or across India after going through all the ethical and legal guidelines by the monitoring bodies, while ensuring that safe and correct medicines are supplied to the public. 8,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Pharmacologist A clinical pharmacologist is a medical scientist who specializes in how drugs affect the body. Professionals draft plans for pharmaceutical trials and creates guidelines for prescribing medication. A clinical pharmacologist is a medical scientist who specializes in how drugs affect the body. Professionals draft plans for pharmaceutical trials and creates guidelines for prescribing medication. 10,50,000 in 0-2 Years
Pharmacovigilance Officer Pharmacovigilance officer is responsible for the development and testing of new drugs. They guarantee that medication on the market is completely safe for peoples and analyze any problems. Pharmacovigilance officer is responsible for the development and testing of new drugs. They guarantee that medication on the market is completely safe for peoples and analyze any problems. 60,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Pharmaceutical Epidemiologist A pharmaceutical epidemiologist studies how various pharmaceuticals work on a given human population, looking at both physical and mental health. These professionals spend much of their time in the laboratory observing how chemicals react with tissue samples. They analyze such results and then relate them to findings in the community A pharmaceutical epidemiologist studies how various pharmaceuticals work on a given human population, looking at both physical and mental health. These professionals spend much of their time in the laboratory observing how chemicals react with tissue samples. They analyze such results and then relate them to findings in the community 8,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Research Scientist A research scientist works in gathering knowledge and understanding of data. They work in applied scientific fields and can mostly be found in academic settings or similar areas. A research scientist works in gathering knowledge and understanding of data. They work in applied scientific fields and can mostly be found in academic settings or similar areas. 6,12,598 in 0-2 Years
Research Assistant Research assistants usually work under the supervision of primary researchers who lead research projects. They're responsible for assisting the main researcher in a number of tasks that support the research activities. Those tasks vary depending on the type of research that's being done and the field that they're in. Research assistants usually work under the supervision of primary researchers who lead research projects. They're responsible for assisting the main researcher in a number of tasks that support the research activities. Those tasks vary depending on the type of research that's being done and the field that they're in. 3,70,283 in 0-2 Years
Drug Safety Associate A drug safety associate is responsible for monitoring the safety of pharmaceutical drugs and evaluating as well as preventing adverse reactions in patients. He/she must distinguish and analyze the ratio of risks & benefits of a drug that is marketed in the pharma sector. A drug safety associate is responsible for monitoring the safety of pharmaceutical drugs and evaluating as well as preventing adverse reactions in patients. He/she must distinguish and analyze the ratio of risks & benefits of a drug that is marketed in the pharma sector. 3,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Drug Inspector A Drug inspector is responsible for inspecting establishments where foods, drugs, cosmetics, and similar consumer items are manufactured, handled, stored, or sold to enforce legal standards of sanitation, purity, and grading. A Drug inspector is responsible for inspecting establishments where foods, drugs, cosmetics, and similar consumer items are manufactured, handled, stored, or sold to enforce legal standards of sanitation, purity, and grading. 6,00,000 in 0-2 Years
Retail Pharmacist Retail Pharmacists are responsible for dispensing and controlling both prescription and non-prescription medicine, and providing advice about health issues, symptoms, and medications in response to customer enquiries. Also, they recruit, train, and manage staff, besides processing prescriptions and dispensing medication. Retail Pharmacists are responsible for dispensing and controlling both prescription and non-prescription medicine, and providing advice about health issues, symptoms, and medications in response to customer enquiries. Also, they recruit, train, and manage staff, besides processing prescriptions and dispensing medication. 4,00,000 in 0-2 Years

* Average salary are subjective to change based on various factors

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