Bachelor of Pharmacy

B.Pharm

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

Sanskar College of Pharmacy & Research

College Code Student Intake Duration
846 100  4 year

A Bachelor of Pharmacy (abbreviated B Pharm or PharmB) is a graduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy. In many countries, this degree is a prerequisite for registration to practice as a pharmacist. It is training to understand the properties and impacts of medicines and developing the skills required to counsel patients about their use.

B Pharm holders can work in several fields such as being a pharmacist, patient counseling, doing further studies such as master’s degree, working in a university as a lecturer, or working as a drug information specialist.

Sanskar Educational Group offers 4 Years Under-Graduate Program in the domain of Pharmacy – B.Pharm in affiliation with Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow and approved by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi.

Why study Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) from Sanskar Educational Group?

  • Study in Delhi NCR region which has one of the biggest technical infrastructure in the country, thereby greater career opportunities for students.
  • With more than 120 recruiters, SEG recorded an average CTC of Rs. 3.62 Lakhs in Academic Session 2022-23. With more than 120 recruiters, SEG recorded an average CTC of Rs. 3.62 Lakhs in Academic Session 2022-23.
  • SEG offers extraordinary assistance to students in form of scholarships, on the basis of their academic performance.
  • Study at one of the most beautiful campus in Delhi NCR, with well-equipped labs and smart classrooms, for a better learning experience.

Dr. Babita Kumar

Director – Sanskar College of Pharmacy & Research

Dear Students & Parents,

I am indeed very much delighted to contact you through this brief communication.
Pharmacy is the branch associated with healthcare services. The pharmacist is no longer a mere dispenser of drugs but has assumed a more crucial role in medicine management and as overall health care programs…

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Placement Opportunities

Booming Pharmacy sector in India has plenty of jobs for fresh graduates. The 2022 – 23 Academic Year has been a great success, in terms of campus placement, as the institute recorded:

120 +

Companies

More than 120 Companies offered jobs to students at SEG, Delhi NCR

7.00

Lakhs

Highest CTC of Rs. 7.00 Lakhs offered by TCS to our student Srishti Garg.

3.62

Lakhs

Average CTC of Rs. 3.62 Lakhs, a 15% increase from last academic session.

77

Students

77 students have received multiple job offers, to choose best opportunity for their career.

Star Performers

  • Aditya Bhardwaj

    Alembic Pharmaceuticals

  • Yashraj Sachdeva

    Midas Consulting

  • Vikrant Choudhary

    Aculife Healthcare Pvt. Ltd

  • Sumit Kashyap

    Scieniq Healthcare Pvt. Ltd

  • Mehul Tyagi

    Hike Education

  • Mohd. Sharique

    Inzpera Healthsciences Limited (Tata Group)

  • Adesh Nagar

    Alembic Pharmaceuticals

  • Benzir Haider

    Dabur Research Foundation

Recruiters

With more than 120 companies on campus spread across varied sectors, profiles and country, we ensure that our students are well equipped to meet industry requirements the moment they step out of our gates. We partner with and support our students every step of the way; right from their selection to their final placements.

Check out our Placement Report

Course Curriculum

The Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm),Department, offers curriculum as prescribed by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow which is designed in consultation with industry experts. The curriculum divided over 8 Semesters is as follows

Semester 1

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP101T Human Anatomy and Physiology– Theory 25 75 100 4
2 BP102T Pharmaceutical Analysis I– Theory 25 75 100 4
3 BP103T Pharmaceutics I – Theory 25 75 100 4
4 BP104T Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry–Theory 25 75 100 4
5 BP105T Communication Skills – Theory 50 50 2
6

BP106RBT

BP106RMT

Remedial Biology/

Mathematics – Theory

50 50 2
7 BP107P Human Anatomy and Physiology– Practical 15 35 50 2
8 BP108P Pharmaceutical Analysis I– Practical 15 35 50 2
9 BP109P Pharmaceutics I – Practical 15 35 50 2
10 BP110P Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Practical 15 35 50 2
11 BP111P Communication Skills – Practical 25 25 1
12 BP112RBP Remedial Biology– Practical 25 25 1
          750 30

Semester 2

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP201T

Human Anatomy and Physiology II– Theory

25 75 100 4
2 BP202T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Theory

25 75 100 4
3 BP203T

Biochemistry – Theory

25 75 100 4
4 BP204T

Pathophysiology – Theory

25 75 100 4
5 BP205T

Computer Applications in Pharmacy– Theory

75 75 3
6 BP206T

Environmental Sciences – Theory

75 75 3
7 BP207P

Human Anatomy and Physiology II– Practical

15 35 50 2
8 BP208P

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Practical

15 35 50 2
9 BP209P

Biochemistry – Practical

15 35 50 2
10 BP210P

Computer Applications in Pharmacy– Practical

25 25 1
          725 29

Semester 3

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP301T

Pharmaceutical Organic ChemistryII– Theory

25 75 100 4
2 BP302T

Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory

25 75 100 4
3 BP303T

Pharmaceutical Microbiology–Theory

25 75 100 4
4 BP304T

Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory

25 75 100 4
5 BP305P

Pharmaceutical Organic ChemistryII– Practical

15 35 50 2
6 BP306P

Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical

15 35 50 2
7 BP307P

Pharmaceutical Microbiology– Practical

15 35 50 2
8 BP308P

Pharmaceutical Engineering–Practical

15 35 50 2
9 KVE301

Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics**

50 100 150 3
          750 27

Semester 4

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP401T

Pharmaceutical Organic ChemistryIII– Theory

25 75 100 4
2 BP402T

Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory

25 75 100 4
3 BP403T

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory

25 75 100 4
4 BP404T

Pharmacology I – Theory

25 75 100 4
5 BP405T

Pharmacognosy I – Theory

25 75 100 4
6 BP406P

Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical

15 35 50 2
7 BP407P

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical

15 35 50 2
8 BP408P

Pharmacology I – Practical

15 35 50 2
9 BP409P

Pharmacognosy I – Practical

15 35 50 2
          700 28

Semester 5

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP501T

Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory

50 100 150 4
2 BP502T

Industrial Pharmacy I – Theory

50 100 150 4
3 BP503T

Pharmacology II – Theory

50 100 150 4
4 BP504T

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

50 100 150 3
5 BP505T

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory

50 100 150 3
6 BP506P

Industrial Pharmacy I– Practical

25 25 50 1
7 BP507P

Pharmacology II – Practical

25 25 50 1
8 BP508P Pharmacognosy and  Phytochemistry II– Practical 25 25 50 1
9 BP509P

Report on Hospital Training-I

50 50 1
          750 28

Semester 6

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP601T

Design of Concrete Structures

25 75 100 4
2 BP602T

Transportation Engineering

25 75 100 4
3 BP603T

Environmental Engineering

25 75 100 4
4 BP604T

Biopharmaceutics and
Pharmacokinetics – Theory

25 75 100 4
5 BP605T

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology– Theory

25 75 100 4
6 BP606T

Quality Assurance– Theory

25 75 100 4
7 BP607P

Medicinal Chemistry III – Practical

15 35 50 2
8 BP608P

Pharmacology III – Practical

15 35 50 2
9 BP609P

Herbal Drug Technology – Practical

15 35 50 2
10 BP610P

Report on Industrial Training

100 100 2
Total:         850 52

Semester 7

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1

BP701T

Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory

25 75 100 4
2 BP702T

Industrial Pharmacy II – Theory

25 75 100 4
3 BP703T

Pharmacy Practice – Theory

25 75 100 4
4 BP704T

Novel Drug Delivery System (NDDS)– Theory

25 75 100 4
5 BP705P

Instrumental Methods of Analysis/ NDDS –Practical

15 35 50 2
6 BP706PS

Practice School

150 150 6
7 BP707P

Report on Hospital Training-II

100 100 2
          700 26

Semester 8

Sr. No Course Code

Course Title

Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks Credits
1 BP801T

Biostatistics and Research Methodology

25 75 100 4
2 BP802T

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

25 75 100 4
3 BP803ET

Pharma Marketing

Management*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

4 BP804ET

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

6

BP806ET

 

BP807ET

Quality Control and
Standardization of Herbal*

Computer Aided Drug Design

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

5 BP805ET

Pharmacovigilance*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

7 BP808ET

Cell and Molecular Biology

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

8 BP809ET

Cosmetic Science*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

9 BP810ET

Experimental Pharmacology

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

10 BP811ET

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

11 BP812ET

Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

12 BP813ET

Pharmaceutical Product Development*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

13 BP814ET

LSSSDC Elective*

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

14 BP815PW

Project Work (On Elective)

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

15 BP816P

Report on Industrial Tour

25+25

=50

75+75

=150

100+100

=200

4+4

=8

          650 24

Admission Eligibility

Passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Maths / Biology as the three subjects,

AND

Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.

Fee Structure

Fee structure
Scholarship
Particulars
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Tuition Fee 1,00,000 1,03,000 1,06,000 1,09,000
Examination Fee 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500
Uniform Charges 7,000
University Enrollment Charges 2,300
Total
1,16,800 1,10,500 1,13,500 1,16,500
Important Note:
  • The University Fee (as applicable) is not part of the Institute Fee structure and is directly payable by the student. Furthermore, if there is any increase in the University Fee, as mentioned above, the same has to be paid by the student.
  • It is mandatory for all students to procure Uniform from the college itself.
Particulars
More than 90.00 %
80.00 % – 89.99 % 70.00 % – 79.99 % 60.00 % – 69.99 %
Scholarship Amount 15,000 12,000 8,000 5,000
Important Note:
  • The Marks % will be calculated on the basis of results of Students in any of the National Examinations such as XII Boards, JEE, NATA, UPCET etc. and the best result will be considered for scholarship disbursement to the student.
  • In case of consideration of class XII Boards for scholarship amount calculation, best of Top 5 subjects will be considered.
  • The scholarship facility provided to student at the time of admission will be applicable on all years, as applicable for a program.
  • The scholarship facility will be adjusted in the student’s fee structure only at the end, after the payment of balance fee.

What
Students say

  • It gives me immense pleasure to share that I am a student of Sanskar Educational Group. The journey here is thrilling and exciting. The curriculum is well designed and the professors here are extremely helpful.

    Vipin Kumar
    Student
  • The campus, amenities, well-established labs and the most important part of any college, “faculty members” are truly amazing. The cordial relationship with the teachers has helped me to get a great exposure.

    Kirti Singh Tomar
    Student
  • I am fortunate to be a part of Sanskar Educational Group for providing the workshops and guest lecturers which helps in bridging the gap between the industry and Academia. It provides amazing opportunities to the students for their placements in the best companies.

    Garima
    Student
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    Student