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I have completed my diploma in pharmacy and now I am interested in doing Bachlorette in pharmacy. will I be able to take admission to D. Y. Patil college of pharmacy?
Yes you can get admission in b.pharma in DY patil college of pharmacy , if you qualify by the given eligibility criteria .
I will tell you the admission process and eligibility criteria in this particular college, this is as follows-
Admission is through counselling based on the rank obtained in Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET).
Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the Mathematics/Biology subjects and obtained the above mentioned marks (45% marks for Backward class and PWD candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together. Maharashtra State candidates must have to appear for MHTCET.
All India Candidates need to appear for MHTCET/NEET. However, preference shall be given to the candidate obtaining non zero positive score in NEET over the candidates who obtained non zero score in MHTCET.
has admission began for b pharmacy in dy patil pimpri
The admission procedure is done through entrance examination. The entrance tests are, MHT CET and NEET. The minimum criteria needed for this examination is 50% in 10 +2th level as compulsory subjects along with Physics Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology. For backward category it is 45% marks in 10+2th level.
All India Candidates need to appear for MHTCET / NEET. However, preference shall be given to the candidates obtaining non zero positive score in NEET over the candidates who obtained non zero score in MHTCET.
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