Introduction

 Pharmacy is a scientific profession requiring a high level of education and training. At present there are 4 universities running the undergraduate (4 Year BPharm) programme in pharmacy in Nepal. Total number of institutions that offer Bachelor in Pharmacy (BPharm) and are approved by the council is 15. Pharmacy degrees including Diploma in Pharmacy (Pharmacy Assistant level) are approved by the Nepal Pharmacy Council (NPC), to ensure that students have received appropriate education for their professional registration and subsequent development and careers. The entry for degree level courses in pharmacy is after the completion of 12 years of formal schooling in science stream or its equivalent.

Nepal Pharmacy Council has adopted NPC Guidelines for the Accreditation of Pharmacy Degree Programmes in 2003 and NPC Norms for Establishment of New Pharmacy Degree College for First Year (to start with) and Approval Process of the New College in 2004.

In addition NPC has adopted approval criteria and guidelines for 3 year Diploma Level (Pharmacy Assistant level) colleges in Nepal. There are 29 such colleges under the affiliation of Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT). The entry for this level is after the completion of 10 years of formal schooling.

Source : Nepal Pharmacy Council (NPC)

 

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General

Course Title: Bachelor in Pharmacy (BPharm)
Category: Bachelor
Course Duration: 36-48 months (3-4 years)
Academic Progress: Yearly or Semester (2 semester per year, total of 8sem.)
Estimated Cost: N/A

Qualification Required

The selection for Pharmacy is done through different institutions examination and the qualification required for entrance is 10+2 or equivalent with Science(Physics, Chemistry and Biology) subjects. The student intending to study this course must score a combined score of 50% or above in PCB for the 4 year BPharm course.

Scope

 The medical industry is one of the booming industries in the country. This is a great sign for the B.Pharma students. There are few of Pharmaceutical companies in the country which is having research and development. All these companies are in urgent need for B.Pharm graduates. The other sector where these candidates can work is in Laboratories. There are plenty of labs in every nook and corner of the country.

Course Syllabus

One should study the following broad topics during the entire course :

  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Remedial Mathematics
  • Basic Electronics & Computer Application
  • Communication Skill
  • Advance Mathematics
  • Chemistry of Natural Products
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Public Health Pharmacy
  • Biopharmaceutics & pharmacokinetics
  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Pharmaceutical Management and Entrepreneurship
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Pharmacotherapeuctics
  • Research
  • Clinical Pharmacy and Drug in
  • Hospital Pharmacy
  • Social Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  • Quality Assurance & Instrumental analysis
  • Project Work

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