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Answer: The application of unique knowledge and skills of the pharmacist to improve the health of the people is called Pharmacy Practice. It includes hospital, clinical, and community pharmacy.

Answer: A practicing pharmacist shares responsibilities with other healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses etc) and with patients for the outcome of therapy. The patient and the community are the primary beneficiaries of the pharmacist’s actions.

Answer: College offers D. Pharma is two years duration of course

Answer: 60 seats are available

Answer: All Pharmacy courses are job oriented courses and also have potential for self employment.
Some facts are as follows:
o Indian pharmaceutical industry is one of the fastest growing segments of the Indian economy.
o Pharmacy is one such sector that was not hit even during recession period.
o The salient job opportunities after Pharmacy courses are as follows:
After D. Pharmacy
o Hospital Pharmacist.
o Retail Pharmacist.
o Medical Representative.
o Entrepreneurship (Retail and Wholesale of Drugs and Pharmaceuticals).
o Manufacturing Chemist for Cosmetics.
o Re-packing of Drugs.
o Higher Education (B. Pharm.).

Answer: Pass in 10+2 examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the Biology / Mathematics / Biotechnology / Computer Science. [Obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category in the above subjects taken together).

Answer: No, there is no age limit for taking admission in these courses.

Answer: Yes, but such candidates should pass 10 +2 at the time of admission.

Answer:, as per PCI, candidate passed 10 + 2 from open school is not eligible.

Answer: All residents of India fulfilling educational qualifications are eligible to apply.

Answer: Following documents are required in original at the time of admission in D.Pharma and The candidates shall submit self attested copies of following documents along with print-out of the registration form at the help centre, as mentioned in the registration form:
1. 10 th Passing Certificate
2. 12 th Passing Certificate
3. 12 th Living Certificate.
4. Nationality and Domicile.
5. Gap Certificate.
6. Cast Validity (For OBC/SBC)
7. Non-creamy layer
8. Photo 02 black white and 04 Color.
Documents required for Scholarship:
1. Application Form
2. Earning certificate
3. Fees Receipt
4. 12 th Passing certificate & Living certificate.
5. Cast Certificate
6. Cast validity
7. Non-creamy layer.

Answer: Hostel is facility is available for boys as well as Girls.

Answer: No

Answer: The Institute organizes Cultural events, Festivals like Navitas, Navaratri celebration, Debate competitions, Gendering, Days, Sports activities, and also encourages the students to participate in various Inter-collegiate events.