Bachelor of Pharmacy Course offered by MVM College of Pharmacy is Recognized by Pharmacy Council of India, All India Council of Technical Educations , Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Karnataka, and recognized by Government of Karnataka
Commencement of session : August
4 years + practical training of 500 hours spread over a period of not less than 3 months in a Government Hospital or Pharmacy, which is recognized by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi.
Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the following – Mathematics / Computer Science / Biotechnology / Biology. Obtained at least 40% marks (35% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
Candidates who have passed D.Pharm course approved by Pharmacy Council of India shall also be eligible to this course and can be admitted directly to the 2nd Year.
17 years and above ( Only those whose date of birth falls on or before 31.12.2002 are eligible)
A minimum of 80% in both theory and practical (regular) class is essential to get eligibility for sessional as well as semester exam.
Every candidate shall undergo practical training in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing House / Approved Hospital / CSIR research labs for a period of not less than one hundred and fifty hours to be covered in not less than 45 days after completing 3rd year or 4th year. Candidate should submit two copies of the training report duly certificated by the authorities of the training center in which he/she has undergone training, duly accepted and certified by the Head of the Department. Candidates studying in final year of the course shall visit several pharmaceutical manufacturing houses as a supplement to their academic training and submit a report to the satisfaction of the Head of Department where he / she has studied.
During each academic year three sets of exams for theory paper will be conducted for maximum marks of 30 and an average of best two exams will be considered. For practical papers internal assessment marks for maximum marks of 30 will be awarded considering the student’s regularity, manipulative skill, and viva voice during regular practical classes.