A four-year professional programme divided into eight semesters that deals with the study of medications is known as B. Pharmacy (B. Pharm), and it is offered by KCOP as an undergraduate course in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Pharmaceutical chemistry (the chemistry of medicinal compounds), pharmaceutics (the manufacture of dosage forms like tablets, capsules, etc.), pharmacology (the action of drugs on the body and the body’s reaction to drugs), and pharmacognosy (drugs derived from plants and other natural sources) are the core subjects of the B. Pharm course. The study of pharmacy, which includes the science of producing, administering, and evaluating pharmaceuticals and therapies for safe and effective use, is the main subject of a Bachelor’s in B Pharma undergraduate degree programme.
B.pharm students receive clinical and community exposure in addition to classroom instruction, preparing them to be active change-makers and solution givers in the healthcare industry. B.pharm students also receive on-the-job training through internships and clinical rotations in pharmacies and healthcare facilities. This helps them qualify to sit for the licencing tests necessary to become registered pharmacists after completing the curriculum. Graduates of a B.pharma programme may choose to work as pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, or pharmaceutical researchers, among other professions.
Intriguingly, as technology develops and the pharmaceutical industry increasingly uses big data and artificial intelligence, there are more and more opportunities for pharmacy graduates to specialise in fields like pharmacy informatics, pharmacovigilance, and clinical research, among others. The discipline of B. Pharm is one that has a bright future and a wide range of job options. Graduates with a B.pharm degree have a wide range of employment options and can significantly impact the healthcare sector as a whole.
- At KCOP, B.pharm students have access to top-notch facilities and labs that are designed with research in mind.
- Industry partners collaborate in the development and delivery of B.Pharm courses.
- B.pharma students are also given advice and counselling for applying to numerous overseas scholarship opportunities.
- Exchanges between students and professors, involvement in research initiatives, seminars, conferences, and internship programmes are all encouraged.
Duration: 4 years
|60 seats: 67% of the total seats are filled by IKG PTU through counselling and 33% of the total seats are filled by management on 10+2 merit basis.
|A candidate seeking admission to B. Pharmacy programme must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Chemistry as the compulsory subjects along with one of the Biology/ Mathematics/ Biotechnology.
A candidate seeking admission to B.Pharmacy second year must have passed D. Pharmacy course.
|Minimum 17 years (on or before 31st December of the admission year)
|As per IKG PTU
(Courses mentioned above are approved by PCI New Delhi, Govt. of Punjab and are affiliated to IKG PTU Kapurthala)
Special Merit Scholarships For Students
Khalsa College management committee will provide a Special Merit Scholarship to the brilliant students on the basis of their performance in Board Examination.