A. First year B. Pharm – A pass in any of the following examinations –

1.Candidate shall have passed 10+2 examination conducted by the respective state/central government authorities recognized as equivalent to 10+2 examination by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology as optional subjects individually. Students have to secure a minimum of 50% marks in the qualifying examination.

“However, the students possessing 10+2 qualification from non-formal and non-class rooms based schooling such as National Institute of Open Schooling, open school systems of States etc. shall not be eligible for admission to B.Pharm Course.”

2.Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations.

Provided that a student should complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission to the course.

B. B.Pharm lateral entry (to second year/third semester) –

A pass in D. Pharm course from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
Duration: 04 years.

Learning Scope:The course of study for B.Pharm shall extend over a period of eight semesters (four academic year). The curricula and syllabi for the program shall be prescribed from time to time by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi.

Courses and Eligibility

  • Highly qualified, experienced and motivated faculty members
  • Link-up with industries facilitating practical training
  • Well-equipped laboratories with state-of-art facilities
  • Cosy air-conditioned class rooms fitted with audio-visual aids
  • Excellent collection of books and journals
  • On-campus internet facilities
  • Sprawling campus with gymnasium, play-grounds and other sports facilities
  • Separate hostel facilities for boys and girls
  • Opportunity for Higher education
  • Opportunity for professional skill development
  • Option to select elective subjects suited for diverse employment potential
  • Soft skill development,
  • Participation of experts from industry in workshops as resource persons
  • Customised grooming sessions before placement calls
  • During the past two and half months of lockdown and social distancing, the School is conducting classes through cloud meetings and video streaming. Lecture notes are being shared before conduction of classes. Screenshots are taken to calculate attendance. The tests and assignments are also conducted using official mail id and cloud platforms.
  • As the School had organized the online classes during the scheduled hours of the week, generally they followed the scheme of taking attendance, during the class, through  the online apps platforms or through provision of assignment submission through email or google forms or Whatsapp.75%  attendance for each pupil stood out to be a concern. Majority of pupils got connected through mentorship and attendance was determined too in that respect.
  • The midterm practical examination question format is based on the PCI guidelines. They will be getting the question papers through their Adamas University outlook mails and within the stipulated time,they need to complete chalking out the answers in a white sheet of paper and scan it and send it via Adamas University email id to the subject teacher concerned. The vivavoce will be through online app like zoom platform. For the midterm theory examination, mostly the platform is TcsION, where students need to log in with their proper credentials to receive the question paper for a particular subject, chalk out the answers in a white sheet of paper, scan it and upload it through TcsION platform within the stipulated hours.
  • SOPT, has followed manual based experimentation system, where the students used to receive the contents in the form of pdf,audio or video.The experiments were further demonstrated through online app like zoom, so that the queries of the students could be resolved during student teacher interaction.Further YouTube links helped to denote the connotations of each experiment, shared by faculties to students. A vivid assignment or viva-voce questions were organized and given for various individual subjects to follow up with the students.The School is exploring Possibilities to conduct simulation models/ video shots to conduct practical classes in the next semester.
  • The School would always advise the students to stay in hostel so that they can avail the opportunity of using library after the class. They take the advantage of consulting expensive reference books the library is holding. They would get enough time to prepare the laboratory reports and present it in the next days class.
  • Mapping of student in line with their career objectives immediately after they register for the course.
  • Initiation of soft skill grooming session from the 1st semester.
  • Industry exposure of students through Industry visits from 2nd Year.
  • Exhaustive one-month training for students in 3rd Year to make them industry ready.
  • Preplacement grooming sessions by University experts and Industry experts as per student’s professional interest area.
  • School of Professional Studies widen theemployability window of students.
  • They enhance our soft sills, attitude and tune our interests to achieve the goals.