Bachelor of Pharmacy is a four year, 8 semester program of Pokhara University. Various colleges offer Bachelor of Pharmacy (Bpharm) course with affiliation from Pokhara University.
Pharmacy is the science concerned with therapeutic substances - their discovery, origin and nature, their development into medicines and their use in disease prevention and treatment. Pharmacy also denotes the profession which uses its unique knowledge of medicines in the service of society.
The Bachelor of Pharmacy degree is designed to provide graduates with the core skills and knowledge required for effective delivery of pharmaceutical care and the ability to proceed to research. The degree covers the study of the chemical, physical, pharmaceutical, and pharmacological properties of medicinal substances and the application of these in the pharmacy profession.
Pharmacy is one of the main disciplines under Biomedical Sciences and the Pharmaceutical Industry. Pharmacy is also related to health sciences. It is the profession responsible for the preparation, dispensing and appropriate use of medication which provides services to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes. Pharmacists are concerned with production of pharmaceutical products, development of the methods or processes of production and quality control.
The course of Pharmaceutical Sciences for B. Pharm. is designed to achieve the following targeted objectives:
Provisions for Admission Process
In order to pass the integrated admission process, a minimum of 50 percent marks should be obtained.
There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.
Candidates who have been successfully selected in the admission process will have to submit the following original and 1/1 photocopy of the following documents to the concerned educational institution at the time of admission.
Certificate of qualification, Transcript and Character Certificate of 10+2 and SLC/SEE or Equivalent.
Copy of Citizenship / Passport.
Admit card of the Entrance Examination.
Documents submitted for reservation.
Certificate of Equivalence for the students with certificates from foreign institutions.
Foreign candidates wishing to study in the vacated seat for foreign students must fill in the online application form mentioning the academic program of their choice within the time limit mentioned in this notice.
Provisions for Scholarships
As per Rule 20 of the National Medical Education Rules, 2077, out of the total scholarship seats to be awarded to the Government of Nepal at the undergraduate level, 55 percent of the seats will be distributed through open competition and 45 percent of the seats will be distributed on the basis of the following:
Candidates from the Backward community
Families of martyrs, families of disappeared persons, families of injured warriors, and conflict victims
Question Type: Single best response type of multiple-choice questions
Option:Four Options (A,B, C,D)
Number Of Questions: 200
Duration: 3 hours
Biology, origin, and evolution of life
General characteristics and classification of protozoa to Chordata.
Plasmodium, earthworm, and frog,
Human biology and human diseases
Environmental pollution, adaptation and animal behavior, application of zoology
The basic component of life and biodiversity
Ecology and environment
Cell biology and genetics
Anatomy and physiology
Developmental and applied botany
General and physical chemistry
Heat and thermodynamics
Geometrical optics and physical optics
Current electricity and magnetism
Sound waves, electrostatics, and capacitors
Modern physics and nuclear physics
Solid and semiconductor devices(electronics)
Particle physics, source of energy, and universe
Contents from PCL level course of a specific subject
Contents from PCL/ diploma level course of a specific subject
Mental Agility Test(MAT)
Spatial relation/Abstract reasoning
Scholarships Quota in Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (B.Pharm)
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) Curriculum of Pokhara University
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Year One (Semester One)
Year One (Semester Two)
Year Two (Semester Three)
Year Two (Semester Four)
Year Three (Semester Five)
Year Three (Semester Six)
Year Four (Semester Seven)
Year Four (Semester Eight)