Goal of the Programme
The Bachelor of Pharmacy Course of the College is approved by Pharmacy Council of India (P.C.I.) under Section 12 since inception of the course.
The goal of this programme is to provide adequate depth of understanding of pharmacy principles and also to develop presentation and communication skills, which will add to the confidence in overall managerial abilities of future pharma professionals.
The programme also aims at serving the social needs of public, private, corporate, non-corporate and other sectors of the Indian Economy by preparing students for jobs in any field of the Bachelor of Pharmacy profession..
B.Pharm ‐ Ist Year
Admissions are as per the following :
The college allots 85% of the total intake seats according to the merit list of UPSEE through online counseling.
The college allocates 15% of the total intake and vacant/lapsed seats based on the merit of 10+2 marks in PCM & PCB and an aptitude test/interview conducted by the college/rank in UPSEE.
Pass in the final examination of 10+2 standard or equivalent (with 55% marks in PCM/ Biology/P.C. Bio-Tech.) from a recognised Board.
B.Pharm ‐ IInd Year
Candidates who have passed Diploma in Pharmacy (with minimum 60% marks) recognised by the U.P. Board of Technical Education are eligible for admission to Second Year B. Pharm.
Diploma in Pharmacy with 60% aggregate
Fees structure is available on college website. The Fees is to be paid by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “SRMSCET” payable at Bareilly.
4 Years Full Time
Integrity of system
All admissions are done by maintaining transparency at every level.
The college advertises admission against the management quota and displays the list of applicants and their merit on the Notice Board after the screening. Fee charged for both categories of seats is as per U.P. Govt. directives.
The college will follow the curriculum prescribed by Gautam Buddha Technical University, Lucknow, which is available on the University’s website.
In the Bachelor of Pharmacy course the college imparts effective practical training to students in well‐equipped
laboratories. The students are also given on‐the‐jobtraining. For this purpose the college has the following laboratories for the students :
The college’s well-equipped animal house holds approval from CPCSEA, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India, allowing students to conduct experiments for their research work.
Harebal garden features a large number of medicinal plants, which students practically demonstrate. They use various medicinal plants and their parts as medicines.
The faculty of Pharmacy aims to inculcate the habit of research and innovation by producing certain pharmaceutical dosage forms, such as ointments, capsules, tablets, etc., on a small scale.
People celebrate Pharmacist Day on 15th September every year. All the students present their oral and poster presentations, and a final-year student is awarded the Best Pharmacist.