|Course||Tuition fees||Development fees||Total|
|B.Pharmacy||1,40,909 INR||14,091 INR||1,50,000 INR|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 4 Years
- Offered by: University of Mumbai, Mumbai
Bachelor of Pharmacy is four years full-time course. Offered by University of Mumbai, Mumbai and approved by AICTE & PCI.
Course structure for B. Pharmacy: The B. Pharmacy course of the University of Mumbai follows a semester pattern. The course comprises of eight semesters (four years). During each semester, students have to appear for a periodic examination and a semester examination. All periodic examinations are conducted by the college and semester exams are conducted by the university.
Admissions are conducted by Centralized Admission Procedure (CAP) governed by Directorate of Technical Education DTE, Maharashtra.
- Admission to the B.Pharm. program of Mumbai University is governed by the rules and regulations of Mumbai University and is as per norms of the Govt. of Maharashtra through the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE, New Delhi).
- Learner should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics AND Secured minimum 45% marks (minimum 40% marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Physically Handicapped belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics added together (Maximum of marks obtained in Biology/Mathematics shall be considered for the purpose of addition).
- Minimum qualification for admission into Bachelor of Pharmacy program would be according to the rules and regulations of AICTE, DTE and Mumbai University in force at the time of admission.
Minimum qualification for admission into Semester III of Bachelor of Pharmacy (Lateral Entry to Second Year B.Pharm.):
- A learner with an aggregate of 50% marks at the Diploma of Pharmacy (ER 91) Examinations, conducted by any Pharmacy college established in India by law and duly approved by PCI u/s 12 of the Pharmacy Act 1948, is eligible for admission to Semester III of Second Year B. Pharm. The rules/regulations and qualifications for admission will be those in effect at the day and time of admission. However, such a learner with Diploma in Pharmacy must keep terms for the following subject heads (only theory papers) of ‘Physical Pharmacy I of Semester I and Physical Pharmacy II of Semester II, henceforth referred to as ‘Remedial Subjects’. They will be assessed both by Internal Assessment and by the End Semester Examination in the Remedial Subjects. Learners would attend classes for Physical Pharmacy - I and would normally be evaluated (both Continuous evaluation and End Semester Evaluation- refer infra) while studying in Semester III of the B. Pharm. program and they would attend classes for Physical Pharmacy – II and would normally be evaluated (both Continuous Evaluation and End Semester Evaluation) while studying in Semester IV of the B. Pharm. program.