B. Pharma



The degree program (B. Pharm) is developed to address all other demands of the profession of pharmacy. However, B. Pharm education today is facing the challenge of meeting the changing needs of industry. The four-year B. Pharm course offered by Shrinathji institute of Pharmacy is prepared considering the needs of industry, which gives more impetus for skill development. Thus, B. Pharm graduates can don the roles like Industrial pharmacist (Manufacturing, Packaging, Quality Control and Quality Assurance), Hospital and Community Pharmacist (Dispensing of Medicines and Counselling of patients), Sales and Distribution executive (Detailing to doctors and bulk distribution of medicines), Academic Pharmacist (Training degree, diploma in pharmacy students). With higher qualification, M. Pharm, a person could land jobs in pharma industry in several niche areas, including research, regulatory affairs, new formulation development, marketing and administration. With experience, an aspirant can move up the ladder to occupy senior positions in pharmaceutical companies getting hefty pay and perks.



 Our institution Endeavour’s to nurture an attitude conducive to self-learning and life long learning that would;

  • Provide comprehensive pharmaceutical education leading to B. Pharm Degree and integrate professional knowledge and skills with research competencies.
  • Cultivate an inclination for higher learning, entrepreneurial abilities and research.
  • Empower and sensitize pharmacists to serve the societal needs of health care system.
  • Provide experiential hands-on training with the help of state of the art infrastructure and motivated, competent teaching faculty.



The graduate student at the end of the B. Pharm program will be able to face the challenges of the profession of pharmacy in the constituent disciplines namely, Industry, Practice (Community and Hospital) and Research as described below;

  1. Demonstrate knowledge and skills that translate into problem solving abilities related to the day to day professional needs of the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory bodies and community pharmacy.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to apply the acquired knowledge into providing preliminary solutions in specific areas such as the synthesis, formulation, and quality assurance involved in the process of pharmaceutical manufacture.
  3. Demonstrate entry level skills in interpreting regulatory norms of the country and the skills to apply such knowledge in various processes such as drug discovery and development, clinical trials, manufacture, distribution, marketing and sale of medicines.
  4. Demonstrate that the candidate is prepared to present a personal view founded on observing, understanding, documenting compiling, analyzing, organizing data and information; eventually converting the such information with judgment and sensitivity in the healthcare domain, especially pharmaceutical products and practices.
  5. Demonstrate standards of digital literacy befitting a discerning end user, especially in identifying and evaluating appropriate software tools that would support professional needs in manufacture, patient care, hospital administration etc.
  6. Enable effective communication skills in professional and personal domains: To speak, read, comprehend, interpret and write logically and effectively with focus.
  7. Cultivate a sense of compliant partnering spirit in professional duties; especially in aligning with diverse health professionals and communities.
  8. To minimize environmental hazards of manufacturing practices, wasteful expenditure of energy, pollution from effluents and emissions. Cultivate a sense of commitment to minimizing hazards ranging from improper clinical use of drugs to its Industrial scale manufacture.
  9. Cultivate a sense of fair play, sensitivity to professional ethical codes of conduct, social values and respect for democratic institutions.
  10. Cultivate a temperament that would enable individuals to set and work towards self-driven performance-goals, entrepreneurial ventures and overall leadership.



  • Hands on training
  • Laboratory teaching
  • Group discussion
  • Conferences for UG student




Bachelor of Pharmacy, a graduate degree packed with the courses and their contents relevant to the higher levels of profession of pharmacy in the field of industry, practice and research. ‘Is there any shortcut for a Diploma in Pharmacy holder to aspire for higher learning in Pharmacy?’

Lateral admission to B. Pharm (B. Pharm Lateral entry) is offered to a candidate with D. Pharm qualification who would like to pursue for higher learning in pharmacy. Thus the lateral entry system allows the candidate to get admission into the second year B. Pharm directly. So, with three years of further studies, these Diploma in Pharmacy holders can become pharmacy graduates. SIP has been offering this to all the qualified diploma in Pharmacy holders ever since the Pharmacy Council of India commenced the lateral entry system for the benefit of D. Pharm qualified people.



  • Hands on training
  • Laboratory teaching
  • Group discussion
  • Conferences for UG students