B. Pharma » COER University

B. Pharma


college of pharmacy


Four Years Full-Time Eight Semesters


1) Passed HSC (10+2) or its equivalent examination with English as one of the subject&
Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with Mathematics or Biology as
optional subjects individually. However, the students possessing 10+2 qualification from
non-formal and non-class rooms based schooling shall not be eligible for admission to B.
Pharm Course.”
2) Any other Qualification approved by Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent any of the
above examination.

B. Pharm lateral entry (to third semester):
(I) The Candidate should be an Indian National;
(ii) Passed Diploma Course in Pharmacy with at least 45% marks (at least 40% marks in case of
candidates of Backward class categories and Persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra
State only) from an All India Council for Technical Education or Pharmacy Council of India or
Central or State Government approved Institution or its equivalent.


  • Drug Inspector
  • Pharmacist
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing
  • Production and Quality Control
  • Medical Underwriting.
  • Own Business and Self-employment
  • Hospital Drug Coordinator
  • Drug Therapist
  • Health Inspector
  • Master in Pharmacy
  • R&D





PEO-1: Graduates of the Pharmacy programme will be qualified professionals who will apply and practise professional pharmacy principles at academic institutions, hospitals, government and non-government organisations, and the private sector.

PEO-2: Graduates will participate knowledge of elementary sciences and pharmaceuticals in order to adapt treatment approaches that reflect the extent and scope of pharmacy practice and validate clinical competency in evaluation, treatment planning and implementation.

PEO-3: In addition to having the ability to perform professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual and in multidisciplinary teams with a positive attitude, graduates will also have strong leadership abilities with a high level of integrity for team building.

PEO-4: Graduates of Pharmacy will engage in lifelong learning activities to maintain their professional development, and they will endeavour to advance their discipline by producing, absorbing, and utilising new information and resources.

 PEO 5: To provide technical expertise along with the ability to demonstrate core competence for analyzing and problem solving in multiple pharmaceutical aspects.

PEO 6: To make awareness about the rapidly changing pharma industry profession along with the emerging areas of science and technology.

PEO-7 Pharmacy graduates will be able to solve the social and economic difficulties facing the country and will be able to support the pharmaceutical companies in their economic development, legal and regulatory perspectives of drug approvals at national and international level.

PSO-1: Pharmacy graduates will be familiar with the fundamentals of creating both traditional and unique pharmaceutical dosage forms, as well as with how to administer them and contemporary developments in the field of pharmaceutical product development. 


PSO-2: The graduates will get the skills necessary to plan, carry out, and analyse the many analytical investigations and reports utilised by the pharmaceutical industry in the development of drugs, formulations, and other products, among other things.


PSO-3 :Graduates of pharmacy programmes will be aware of the various regulations that regulate various aspects of the profession and will have a foundational understanding of the ethics involved