B. Pharmacy

B Pharmacy is an undergraduate degree in the field of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science. Students who are interested to study about various drugs and it’s effect on the human body generally opt for this course. Majorly, it includes the study of drugs and medicine, their pharmacological action, chemical structure, formulations, biochemistry, etc.

The degree must be accredited by the All Indian Council of Technical Education (AICTE) or the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

The degree is job oriented and students study about various subjects included in pharmaceutical science like Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy, Biochemistry, Remedial Biology, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacy Management etc.

B Pharmacy course is versatile and dynamic. Job opportunities after B Pharmacy are in biotechnology firms, pharma firms, drug research institute, quality control, government sectors, international drug research companies, medical writing, etc.

Main targets

A B. Pharmacy graduate targets to earn the goals of the specified era, which they are specialized.

Future applications

The skills of a B. Pharmacy will be practically very usefull in day-to-day life of every common man, Their skill helps the world to advance by building stuff that makes work easy for humans.

B Pharmacy is a popular job oriented degree course among Science students because of the diverse job opportunities. Following are few major job profiles:

Medical writer
Drug Safety Associate
Drug Inspector
Pharmaceutical Scientist
Clinical Research Associate
Drug Scientist
Medical Chemistry Scientist
Sales/Marketing Executive

Many students also prefer to study further after B Pharmacy in courses like M Pharmacy, PhD, etc, to get deeper subject knowledge, LLB to study drug and pharmacy laws and MBA to enter healthcare management fields.

Job opportunities are majorly in government sectors. Many international drug research companies also hire students after BPharm like Novartis, Cipla, Baxter, Abbott, Novo Nordisk, GlaxoSmithKline, etc. in a variety of fields.