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The college offers programmes leading to the award of Bachelor Degrees and Master Degrees.

B.Pharmacy Under Graduate program
B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry)
M.Pharmacy Post graduate programme having specializations

a) Pharmaceutical Technology
b) Pharmaceutical Analysis




Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) is an undergraduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy. The degree is the basic prerequisite for registration to practice as a pharmacist in many countries.

Duration: Four years
Total Seats: 112

Pre requisites for entry and course completion

The degree of Bachelor of pharmacy of Andhra University will be conferred on a candidate who has satisfied the following conditions. The candidate must have passed the intermediate examination of the 'Board of Intermediate Education' Government of Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized by the academic senate as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology as group subjects and must have qualified in the entrance examination as prescribed by the university for being eligible to join I year of B. Pharm course.

The candidate must have after passing the qualifying examination pursued a regular course of study for not less than four academic years and satisfied the academic requirements as prescribed thereafter. The syllabus in each theory paper is divided into five units.

A regular course of study during an academic year means a minimum of average attendance of 75% of all the courses of the year computed by totaling the number of periods of lecturer and practical, as the care may be, held in every course.

Eligibility for Lateral Entry

Students who have completed Diploma in Pharmacy (D Pharm) are also eligible to apply for the Pharm D program. He/She should have done the course of Diploma in Pharmacy and should clear "Pharmacet" Exam.


Two years postgraduate programmes with specialization in following various branches of Pharmaceutical Sciences leading to M.Pharm. Degree.

Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Analysis & Q.A


Indian Nationals can apply under the General category. Foreign nationals or Non Resident Indians or Indian nationals supported by NRI relatives can apply under the Foreign/ NRI category.


The candidates must have passed B.Pharm from a recognised University and approved by the Pharmacy Council of India with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.



Admissions are on the basis of rank obtained in an all India National Admission Test (GPAT) or APPGCET.


Admissions are made on the basis of marks obtained at the qualifying examination.

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