B. PHARMACY (B. PHARMA) -4 YEARS (8 semesters)

The study of pharmacy is mainly concerned with the action of drugs on biological systems and their applications for human drug therapy. The program prepares graduates for the contemporary role of the pharmacist in society ensuring that patients optimize medication usage. Initial courses on chemical, physical, and biological studies lead to professional specialities in later years. Practical and clinical science studies begin in the first year, providing students with a strong background in professional practice. The program integrates six streams of study: quality use of medication; dosage form design; social and professional aspects of pharmacy; drug discovery; the biological fate of drugs; and data analysis in pharmacy.

Admission criteria:

  • Candidate must have completed intermediate science or 10+2 or equivalent with biology, chemistry, physics, math and English as the main subject and should have secured a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate.
  • Physically and mentally fit.
  • Must have completed 17 years of age.
  • Must pass the Entrance Examination conducted by Hope College with at least 50% marks.

Requirements for Admission

  • Admission Slip
  • Attested copies of mark sheets and Character Certificates of SLC and 10+2 or PCl equivalent.
  • Four copies of PP size Photographs.
  • Equivalence certificates if the candidate has certificates from university of the board outside Nepal.
  • Certificate of medical examination.
  • Duly filled admission form.

Course Description:

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Career In Pharmacy:

There are three major employment areas for pharmacists.

Community pharmacy is a multifaceted field incorporating: The dispensing of prescriptions (also providing medication information and monitoring) Primary health care (assistance with the identification and treatment of common ailments) Health Promotion (advising the community about illness prevention and healthy lifestyle decisions) Home Medicines Review.

Hospital pharmacists play an important role in the healthcare team promoting safe and effective use of medicines within hospitals. They may be involved in the preparation and supply of medicines, Education of patients, doctors and nurses on safe and appropriate medicine use, Provision of drug information to health care professionals.

Industrial pharmacists are general involved in the manufacture, quality control, registration and marketing of pharmaceutical products.

New Opportunities are also developing in other professional areas, such as a consultant pharmacist, (undertaking medicine reviews with patients and general practitioners) and prescribing advisors.

Government Pharmacist, Community Pharmacist, Hospital Pharmacist, Industrial Pharmacist




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