B pharmacy Course After 12th – Eligibility, Syllabus, colleges & Jobs

What is B Pharmacy – Bachelor of pharmacy:

Hi EA12th Followers, today I am discussing with you about B Pharmacy courses How to become a Pharmacist in India and will tell you a brief Information about B Pharmacy Course, B Pharm syllabus and eligibility with its Scope. B Pharma is a good job oriented Course and great career option after 12th science.I am writing this article with images and test to make your interest in pharmacy.

What is B Pharmacy. B Pharmacy stands for Bachelor of pharmacy.B pharma is a popular job oriented Course and it is all about experiments and practical of Drugs and Medicines.12th class science student can do this under graduation (UG) B pharma course.This Degree course is for getting license to work as a pharmacist.Pharma course is a 4 years long provides a large number of job opportunities in both the Govt and private sector.There are 6 to 8 Semester in B Pharmacy and these study modules provides valuable knowledge of biochemical science and health care.

Students will have to many experiments with drugs and medicines along with theory classes. B Pharmacy education and profession is regulated by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), The Indian Parliament passed a statutory body governed by the provisions of the Pharmacy Act, 1948 . Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy educates and trains candidate to practice the profession of a Pharmacist. There are many recognized universities in India which they provide online Pharmacy Degree. Many online Pharmacy Degree Schools like Kaplan University, Grand Canyon University, Baker College, University of Phoenix, University of Florida, Lehigh University and University of Liverpool.

What does a Pharmacist do? The pharmacist is a very crucial and important role in the field of Drugs and Medicine. They are associated between the doctor and the patient in many ways.A Pharmacist can either work as a Chemist or under the Senior Doctors. He explains and provides information and medicine of prescription written by Doctors.For getting a licence of Pharmacist candidate have to do B pharmacy from Govt approved University.

Eligibility for b pharma:

  • Required 12th Class with Science PCM or PCB
  • 50 % marks in Higher Secondry.
  • Student can do direct 2nd Year of B Pharmacy after done of D Pharmacy

How to become a pharmacist and what are the ways to do B Pharmacy Course after 12th:

B Pharma entrance exam

B Pharmacy course duration:

In B pharmacy Student will receive the Proper Degree after done about 4 years Program. There will be 8Semesters and there are exam in every semester.Every semester is a period of 6 months.There are theoretical and Practical exams both with the subjects on drugs and medicine pharmacy.After the completion B pharma course, candidate can do practice as a chemist or Pharmacist.

B Pharm Subjects:

  1. Professional and social aspects of pharmacy
  2. Biological outcome of medicines
  3. Quality use of medicine
  4. Dosage form design
  5. Data analysis in pharmacy
  6. Invention of medicines

 B Pharm syllabus:

1st year subjects-

  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Organic, Inorganic and Physical)
  • Dispensing and General Pharmacy
  • Human Anatomy
  • Physiology

2nd year subjects-

  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Advanced Organic Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Health Education
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular Biology
  • Mathematics

3rd year subjects-

  • Chemistry of Natural Products
  • Pharmacology 1
  • Industrial Management
  • Computer Applications

4th year subjects-

  • Pharmaceutics (Advanced)
  • Pharmacology 2
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis (Advanced)

Job Profiles After B Pharmacy Course:

  1. Pharmacist
  2. Quality Control Officer
  3. Scientist (Research field)
  4. Drug Inspector
  5. Clinical Research professional
  6. Medical representative
  7. Marketing professional
  8. Teacher (Junior Lecturer)
  9. Chemical/Drug Technician
  10. Bio-Technology Industries
  11. Drug Therapist
  12. Hospital Drug Coordinator
  13. Health Inspector
  14. Pathological Lab
  15. Research & Development
  16. Making Prescription to Patients
  17. Research Officer