B Pharma. Also known as Bachelor of Pharmacy, is a bachelor’s academic degree in the field of pharmacy. B. Pharmacy is the study of various subjects that come under pharmaceutical science such as drug safety, discovery, medical chemistry, industrial pharmacy, and many other subjects.
Question: Is maths required in pharmacy?
Answer: Mathematics is not compulsory in Pharmacy, however, students may be required to study it in one semester. The eligibility criteria requires that the student has completed his/her 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Mathematics as main subjects with 50% marks in aggregate.
Question: Is B Pharma better than B Sc?
Answer: B Pharma is a professional program in the pharmaceutical field and B Sc is a general science program. Both the courses are good in their own way and the idea of which one is the better program varies depending on your interest in the field.
Question: Can I do B Pharma after completing Diploma in Pharmacy?
Answer: Yes, candidates who have completed Diploma in Pharmacy can directly apply for Lateral Entry B Pharma admission from second year onwards. Admission to B Pharma in India is mostly done on the basis of an entrance exam
Question: Can a pharmacist become a doctor?
Answer: No, Pharmacist B. One cannot become a doctor after completing Pharm or M. Pharm. Pharmacy is different from medicine. Pharmacists are not professionally equipped to diagnose, nor are they educated to do so. To become a doctor, one has to go to a medical college and do MBBS.
Question: What are the documents required for B Pharma admission?
Answer: Documents like 10th mark sheet, 12th mark sheet, NEET mark sheet, or any other entrance exam score card, community certificate, school transfer certificate, passport size photo are required for the B Pharma admission.
Question: Which field is best in pharmacy?
Answer: The ‘best field’ depends on what one wants to achieve in his/her career. For some, it is the monetary aspect while for others it is how much they are contributing to the society. If one is looking for high rate of career advancement, then MBA. The best option is after doing B. Pharm.
Question: What is the salary of a student who has recently graduated in Pharmacy?
Answer: The average salary of a pharmacy professional is around Rs. Two to Rs. Five lakh per year. Salary depends on many factors like experience of the candidate, educational qualification, company profile and whether the individual is working in private sector or government sector.
Question: What are the subjects for B Pharma?
Answer: Various subjects are taught to the students in Bachelor of Pharmacy. The primary objective of these subjects is to introduce the students to pharmacy and its various principles. Some of the subjects taught in Pharmacy are given below:
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Pharmaceutical Analysis
- Computer Applications in Pharmacy
- Pharmaceutical Microbiology
- Physical Pharmaceutics
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Industrial Pharmacy
- Quality Assurance
- Herbal Drug Technology
- Pharmacokinetics, Biopharmaceutics