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D pharma Admission 2021

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D pharma Admission for session 2021  started in Bangalore. 

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The diploma in Pharmacy program is a Diploma certificate course. D. Pharm is the minimum qualification required to be a registered Pharmacist in India.
Pharmacy is the science and technique of preparing and dispensing drugs. One can go for higher academic degree courses like – Master of Pharmacy where one can specialize in a preferred field.

D Pharma (Diploma in Pharmacy):

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Eligibility: 17 years and above. 
  • Requires a pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Maths or Biology. 

D pharma Admission 2021

D pharma Admission for session 2021 started in Bangalore.

Call Us @ 8296612676 for Admission

How to apply for D Pharma

  1. Please fill our inquiry form or send your details on WhatsApp.
  2. Our Executive Team will contact you within 1 hour and check your documents for eligibility.
  3. If you fulfill the eligibility criteria, then our team will provide your application form and college brochure with the full fee structure.
  4. Then you fill the form and can get an admission letter online or personally you can visit the college campus and take the admission letter.
  5. You do not need to pay any single amount before the admission letter. All amounts should be paid after admission and only in the college account.
  6. We accept Fees through online Payment, Demand Drafts, or cash.

The scope of D pharma :

The pharmacist at Govt.  Dispensaries & Hospitals.

Teaching in Pharmacy Institutes.

Can work in Pharmaceutical Firms as Production Executive, Medical Representative, Researcher, Technical Supervisor.

Can work in Chemist Shops as Pharmacist

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