About Government College of Pharmacy, Karad
The Government College Of Pharmacy, Karad was established in the year 1964 by the government of Maharashtra with an aim to provide technical education in the rural areas. The college is one of the first government colleges in Maharashtra and is spread across an area of 8 acres. The college offers various courses related to the pharmacy which are B.Pharm, D.Pharm & M.Pharm. Affiliated to Shivaji University Kolhapur, the college is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education New Delhi, Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi, and Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai
Government College Of Pharmacy is located at Masur Rd, Saidapur, Vidyanagar, Karad, Maharashtra. Karad railway station is located at a distance of 4.5 km away. Karad Airport is the nearest airport located at a distance of 7 km. Karad Bus Depot is a nearby bus station which is located 3.5 km away.
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Government College of Pharmacy, Karad Courses & Fees
Government College of Pharmacy, Karad Admissions 2021
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Government College of Pharmacy, Karad Facilities
The campus is spread across an area of 8 acres and offers all the utilities that can be required from the students. Some of the facilities are listed below:
Hostels: The college has separate hostels for boys and girls. Two boys and one girl's hostels are present within the college having an intake of 100 students each. All the basic utilities are present within the hostel with a gym, common room for television, newspaper facility, and other requirements. Admission to the hostels is done on a merit basis and availability of the seats in the hostels.
- Boys Hostel
- Girls Hostel
- IT Infrastructure
- Alumni Associations
- Guest Room
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Questions related to Government College of Pharmacy, Karad
how much Mht-CET score will be required for government college of pharmacy,Karad
You haven't mentioned your category. The cut off changes every year and it is different for each category. Last year the cut off was as for admission to B.Pharmacy in Government College of Pharmacy, Karad category-wise
- General: 98.0037284
- SC: 94.3386978
- ST: 80.7448060
- VJ: 92.4370977
- NT-1: 93.1567500
- NT-2: 97.3602361
- NT-3: 91.4556741
- OBC: 97.1009280
As you haven't mentioned your category we assume that you belong to general category. Considering the previous year cut off you need to score minimum 98 percentile or above in MHT CET to have decent chances of getting seat. This was the cut off in round. Every year the cut off changes depending on the total number of candidates appeared, difficulty level of examination and total number of seats available etc.
NT ko kitne marks chahiye minimum
The minimum marks depend on which college you want and change every year as they depend on various factors like availibilty of seats difficulty of exam etc.So it is recommended to get as much marks as possible as admissions are given based on merit.I recommend you to check the previous year cutoffs to get a rough estimation of how many marks you should score to get admission in a particular college
what is last year mht cet cut off for pharm d course
The first year cutoff percentile for pharmacy course is 82.68 for the first round.The second list cutoff is 77.89 and the third being 81.31.It generally remains same with difference of about 5-6 percentile across different colleges.The highest percentile went for Institute Of Chemical Technology was 98.49.These are previous year cutoff and it may changes from year to year.
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i have scored 91% in mht cet and i have not appeared in neet exam will i get admission for pharm d course what is first year fees for NT B candidates in maharashtra for pharm d course
It is not necessary for you to give neet exam to take admission in pharma d. Infact many institutes/collges have their own entrance test for pharma d entrance. NEET is not compulsory for pharma d (but if the college you want to join mentions it that they only give admission to NEET qualified students then you have to give neet unless not).
As for the fees chargeable for NT B candidates in maharashtra for pharm d course is Rs. 1,04,040/-/- yearly but the fee may get reduced if the student gets admitted in Government Quota only (not institute or minority quota).
sir i got it 97.60 % in d pharmacy then i will get to karad govt college
According to your percentile in d pharmacy you can check your possibility of getting into karad government college by checking it's cutoff and more detail about this colleges in the link given below
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Government College of Pharmacy, Karad Location & Map
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Government College of Pharmacy Karad has Two Boys Hostels namely, "Block A" and "Block B" in the college campus with an intake of 100 students. Block A has 4 Floors, 22 Rooms while block B has 2 floors and 12 Rooms. Waiting Area on each floor and a lot of space for the study also. Ragging is strictly prohibited in Hostels. Gym: - Also a well-equipped Gym is available for all hostel Boys, on the college Campus.TV: - One LCD TV is available for all Boys in the common room with a DTH connection in each hostel. Water Heater: - Each hostel bathroom is equipped with an electric water heater. Water Purifier and Cooler: - Water purifier and water cooler unit is provided on each floor for safe drinking water. Furniture: - Rooms are three seated. For every student 1 cot, 1 chair, 1 table, and a built-in cupboard are provided. Newspaper: - English and Marathi newspapers are provided daily to update the General Knowledge of all Boys in the hostel. Security:- Security Guards are stationed at the hostel 24 X 7 Hrs. Cleanliness:- Cleanliness is maintained by hired sweepers in hostels.
The college has a girl's hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
Gymkhana plays a pivotal role in the overall development of students. It gives a platform to showcase its sports and cultural talents. Gymkhana activities help to improve skills like dedication, involvement, balance, and leadership. The Gymkhana department is equipped with state-of-the-art sports equipment. Students of all classes take active participation in various activities conducted through Gymkhana. Gymkhana organizes the following events every year. Blood donation camp on the occasion of Pharmacy Day ( 25th Sept). International Day on June 21. SUK competitions and sports activity under Lead college activity. College Annual day: Sport and Cultural events.
A library is a part and parcel of every educational institution. The knowledge contained in the prescribed courses has to be complemented and supplemented by studying books and journals provided by a library. Our college library maintains sufficient titles covering the various disciplines of Pharmacy and life sciences. There is a large number of national and international journals, magazines, and back volumes. These are procured in order to keep the students and teachers abreast of the ongoing research findings in the different fields of knowledge. The library comprises of Librarian office, Issue return counter, Stack area, and reading room. It is managed by dedicated library staff comprising of an Assistant Librarian, Library attendant, and a supporting staff member. Currently, the computerization of the library has been started with the use of library Management software. Up-gradation of the reading room and stack room facility is under consideration. Our aim is to develop the library as a center for information and knowledge to the members of pharmacy and allied profession in particular and to the public in general. Book Bank Scheme: Being a govt. institute library, it also caters to the need of students belonging to the weaker sections of the society through the provision of book bank facility. Under this scheme, the required books are issued to them for the entire academic year. Digital Library Facility: e-journals: We offer about 446 online e-journals from various branches of Pharmacy and Life Science on the college campus through DELNET subscription. Accessible e-journals are essential and frequently used in the pharmacy curriculum. This facility (surfing, downloading, and printing) is made available to the faculty and registered students, they can access any article/research papers of their interest from the list of journals using any computer connected to the institute network. For accessing any e-journal one has to browse the website link provided by Springer (https://link.springer.com). e-books: Similar to e-journals we also offer about 100 e-books from various areas of pharmacy and Life Science. Magazines and Newspapers: Selected Magazines and Wide circulation newspapers are available for the reader in English, Hindi, and Marathi (regional) languages. Reading Room: A reading room facility is available for the students during college hours. The reading room with a capacity of 50 is available for the students and staff from 10.00 am to 5.45 pm. There are 20980 books and 2130 Reference books available in the library.
The college has sports facilities for all students.
COMPUTER LAB: The Computer labs with high seeped internet connectivity (4 MBPS leased line) with 30 computers connected in one network. The use of the computer has become inevitable in all walks of life and so in our College, we emphasize computer training for our students in various ways. We have developed a very good computer application laboratory and internet facilities. Our students can use sophisticated facilities such as Silicon Graphics for computer-aided drug design in their research. Internet facility has been provided to the students in our computer laboratory where the students can online look for jobs/placements in India and abroad. It has also become a very convenient way for them to search for admissions abroad or post-doctoral fellowships etc. through the internet. This facility helps our research students very much to undertake literature surveys for their dissertations work through the World Wide Web and the different search engines available for this purpose.
The college has a canteen facility for staff and students.
The in-house facilities include a 200 - seated modern auditorium, a conference/seminar hall.
The college has a good networking for the alumni association.
The college has a departmental based laboratories facility for the students.
The college has a guest house/waiting room facilities for visiting faculty and student family members.
The college has a health center with a first aid facility for the students.
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