- At LNCT university, you will typically take modules focusing on chemistry, human biology and physiology, pharmaceutics (how medicines are made) and pharmacology (how drugs interact with the body).
- Pharmacy degrees combine academic research with more vocational training and professional pharmacy skills, such as learning about legal and ethical issues, and how to interact with patients.
- You will learn all about prescriptions, drugs, medications and clinical practice, and practice responding to different scenarios. As you study pharmacy, you may have the opportunity to specialize in a particular type of role (such as new medicine development or patient care), or in a particular field of medical care (such as infectious diseases, or care of the elderly).
|Diploma in Pharmacy||2 Years||12th Standard (PCB/PCM) (General & OBC 45 % SC/ST 40 %)||60|
|Bachelor in Pharmacy||4 Years||12th Standard (PCB/PCM) (General & OBC 45 % SC/ST 40 %)||100|
(Pharmaceutics & Pharmacology)
|2 Years||Bachelor in Pharmacy (55 %)||15 & 09|
|Ph.D in Pharmacy||3 Years||Candidate with a master degree in Pharmacy or relevant stream with a good academic record with minimum 55% marks and having a valid score in GPAT/UGC/CSIR-NET. Entrance Test or equivalent qualification tenable for the current year in the relevant area.|