Diploma in Pharmacy

The advancing medicine strategy is miraculously taking over the world battling almost all the curable diseases within a span of time for the betterment of people. If working in such a chain of white coat jobs, manufacturing and delivering medicines intrigues you then our polytechnic is aptly established for enthusiastic girls like you.

Diploma in pharmacy in our polytechinc is a two and half years (five Semesters) course including one semester internship program recognized by AICTE and approved by PCI, conducted by SNDT Women's University which was established in 1976. It's one of our polytechnic courses which includes spacious classrooms, laboratories, library facilities and even extra /co curricular activities for all round development of our budding pharmacists. Our highly professional team of lecturers make sure to mould the students in an excellent way for their impeccable and reliable contribution in the health care sector of India.

Name of Diploma & Its Introduction

Diploma in Pharmacy or D.Pharm is an undergraduate Diploma Course, designed to familiarize candidates with the basic concepts of pharmaceutical science. Pharmacy is a paramedical field involved in the preparation, dipensing and appropiate use of medication meant for therapeutic purposes. The course provides the minimum qualification to become a "Registered Pharmacist" in India. The Pharmacy council of India (PCI) is the regulatory body of pharmcy education in India and as such only the institutes approved by the PCI under sub-section (1) of Section 12 of the Pharmacy Act, 1948 can offer it.

Course Eligibility

HSC Science (PCB/PCM ) English.

Core Highlights

  • Five Semester Credit base structure.
  • Well qualified and experienced staff.
  • Well equipped laboratories and other infrastructure with CCTV.
  • Computer lab with internet connection
  • Machine Room
  • Regular industry and hospital visit
  • Sophisticated hostel facilities for girls in the campus with CCTV.
  • Student counseling for different activities and regular guidance.
  • Library with national and international books, journals,etc.

Core Subjects


1001. Pharmaceutics– I (Theory)
1002. Pharmaceutics– I (Practical)
1003. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Theory )
1004. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Practical)
1005. Pharmacognosy (Theory )
1006. Pharmacognosy (Practical)
1007. Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology (Theory)
1008. Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology (Practical)
1009. Human Anatomy and Physiology (Theory)
1010. Human Anatomy and Physiology (Practical)
1011. Heath Education and Community Pharmacy (Theory)
1012. Skills in language Communication (Theory)
1013. Personality Development (Theory)
2001. Pharmaceutics– I (Theory)
2002. Pharmaceutics– I (Practical)
2003. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Theory )
2004. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Practical)
2005. Pharmacognosy (Theory )
2006. Pharmacognosy (Practical)
2007. Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology (Theory)
2008. Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology (Practical)
2009. Human Anatomy and Physiology (Theory)
2010. Human Anatomy and Physiology (Practical)
2011. Heath Education and Community Pharmacy (Theory)
2012. Skills in language Communication (Theory)


3001. Pharmaceutics– II (Theory)
3002. Pharmaceutics– II (Practical)
3003. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Theory )
3004. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Practical)
3005. Pharmacology and Toxicology (Theory )
3006. Pharmacology and Toxicology (Practical)
3007. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence (Theory )
3008. Drug Store & Business Management (Theory )
3009. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy(Theory)
3010. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy (Practical)
3011. Computer Skills (Practical)
3012. Skills in language Communication (Theory)
4001.Pharmaceutics– II (Theory)
4002. Pharmaceutics– II (Practical)
4003. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Theory )
4004. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Practical)
4005. Pharmacology and Toxicology (Theory )
4006. Pharmacology and Toxicology (Practical)
4007.Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence (Theory )
4008. Drug Store & Business Management (Theory )
4009. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy(Theory)
4010. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy (Practical)
4011. Skills in language Communication (Theory)

Internship (500 hrs/15 weeks at hospital or medical store)

Further Studies

B.Pharmacy (Direct second year)

Carrier Options (Job Opportunities)

  1. Pharmacist in retail and Wholesale Pharmacy
  2. Pharmacist in Hospital Pharmacy
  3. Medical Representative
  4. Entrepreneur
  5. Laboratory Assistant
  6. Assistance in Pharmaceutical industry (Mfg.Unit)

Training Partners & Employers

  1. Bharatiya Arogya Nidhi Hospital Pharmacy,Juhu,Vile Parle West.
  2. Bombay Hospital Pharmacy, Marine Lines.
  3. Dr.L.H.Hiranandani Hospital Pharmacy, Powai
  4. P.D. Hinduja National Hospital Pharmacy, Mahim.
  5. Lilavati Hospital Pharmacy, Bandra West.
  6. Saifee Hospital Pharmacy, Marine Lines.
  7. Breach Candy Hospital Pharmacy, Cumballa Hill, Mumbai.
  8. Dr. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital Pharmacy Vile Parle West.
  9. Grant Medical College and Sir Jamshedjee Jeejeebhoy Group of Hospitals Pharmacy, Mumbai Central.
  10. Mangal Murti Hospital Pharmacy, Gorai 1-Borivali West.
  11. B.D. Petit Parsee General Hospital Pharmacy, Cumballa Hill, Mumbai.
  12. St. Elizabeth's Hospital Pharmacy, Malbar Hill, Mumbai.
  13. Masina Hospital Pharmacy, Byculla East.
  14. Global Medical Hospital Pharmacy, Andheri West.
  15. Holy Family Hospital, Bandra West.
  16. Godrej Memorial Hospital, Vikhroli East..
  17. Prince General Store, Thane West.
  18. Ekta Medical Store, Mulund West.
  19. Real Pharmacy, Mulund West.
  20. Fortis Hospital Pharmacy, Mulund.
  21. Ganesh Medical Store, Dahisar East.
  22. New Royal Chemist, Andheri East.
  23. Khar Medical Store, Khar West.
  24. New Empire Chemists, Vile parle West
  25. Damodar Medical Store, Boriwali West.
  26. Shrikrishna Medical Store, Dahisar East.
  27. Byculla Pharmacy, Byculla East
  28. Prabodhan Medical Store, Gorgaon East
  29. Wellness Forever



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