Diploma in Pharma (D.Pharma)
is a 2-year full-time Diploma course divided into 4 semesters. D. Pharma has been designed to prepare candidates to work under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist in hospitals, community pharmacies, and other related pharmaceutical fields.
D. Pharma Course is a career-oriented program in the medical field of Pharmacy, designed to familiarize candidates with the basic concepts of pharmaceutical science.
The purpose of the program is to prepare students with the necessary skills and academic knowledge for entry-level positions in retail pharmacies as well as pharmaceutical companies. The course essentially provides an overview of the theory and various principles and practices involved in the science of pharmacy.
Components of study within D. Pharma Syllabus include pharmacy software practice, accurate and safe processing of prescriptions, compounding techniques, third-party billing, inventory control, adherence to relevant legislation, accurate and confidential record-keeping, and effective verbal and written communication.
Such candidates are prepared to work as members of an interdependent health-care team. They are taught industry ethics including those involving patient-provider relationships, clinical research, and end-of-life care. This course examines other ethical topics such as the distribution of scarce resources, use of stem cells, the role of genetic testing, and issues of human cloning. Students are taught to reviews drug approval processes, drug discovery, pharmaceutical applications. They learn about the vast regulatory requirements involved in testing, screening, pre-clinical, and clinical trials of drugs.
Listed below are the minimum criteria which candidates interested in pursuing the course are required to fulfill, in order to be eligible to apply for the course:
- Successful qualification of the 10+2 level of education in any stream, from a recognized educational Board.
- A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level.
Fee and other charges
A fee shall be charged as per Punjab government notification from time to time under the fixation Regulation Act 2006
Note: fee and other charges once paid are not be refundable, except if the candidate changes the college through the universities subsequent as approved migration( Re counseling) by the University. that you will be refunded after deducting the administrative charges for these migrations.
The annual examination each year shall ordinarily be held in the month of May/June on such dates as may be fixed by the university for failed/ Re-appeared candidates, is supplementary examination shall be held in the month of November/December on such other dates as may be fixed by the University. to appear for the annual examination candidate must have the following:
- Has been all the college Rolls for one academic year to sending the examination.
- Satisfactory behavior and good character.
- Having attended not less than 80% attendance( irrespective of the kind of absent) in the theory and 90% in clinical practice in each subject for appearing for the examination. candidate must have hundred percent it tenders( including 20 days summer vacation, 10 days winter vacation and 10 days sick leave) in each clinical practice areas before and award of the degree. provided search deficiency must be removed within one year of completion of an examination.
- Should be medically fit
- A no due certificate issue from the department such as account, a count lie, lab, Office is compulsory.
The Principal has the authority of not issuing the Roll Number to the student for appearing in the final examination on the basis of non-completion of any of the above criterion.