Scholarships to Study B.Pharm (Pharmacy) in Nepal

Open From: March 19, 2023
Until: March 19, 2024

The government of Nepal allocates  815 seats for candidates who want to pursue a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) in Nepal. In 2023, the government allocated 190 seats for students who wish to study B.Pharm  in Nepal. 

Available scholarship seats are divided into the general scholarship (55%, i.e., 104 seats) and the reservation scholarship (45%, i.e., 86 seats). In both categories, the candidates are selected purely based on merit within this cluster. 

For example, for the general scholarship, 190 highest-ranking students in the MECEE-BL for the Bachelor in Pharmacy exam are chosen irrespective of gender, religion, and ethnicity. For reservation, the competition will be only among the eligible clusters of students in each sub-category for the allocated seats. For example, 24 female students will be selected to study B.Pharm based on the merit list. 

Pharmacy Colleges affiliated with six Universities (KU, TU, Purbanchal, Pokhara, Gandaki, and Manmohan Technical University) and two health science academies (KAHS and MBAHS) offer B.Pharm programs in Nepal.  

Get more information about B.Pharm programs and pharmacy colleges offering B.Pharm programs in Nepal.

  1. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Tribhuvan University
  2. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Kathmandu University
  3. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Pokhara University
  4. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Purbanchal University
  5. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Gandaki University
  6. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-Manmohan Technical University
  7. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-KAHS
  8. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)-MBAHS

The distribution of scholarship seats for Bachelor in Pharmacy program is as follows: 

Total B.Pharm Scholarships seats

190

General Scholarship (55% of total scholarship)

104

Reservation Scholarship (45% of total scholarship)

86

Female (28%)

24

Dalit Female (2%)

3

Muslim Female (3%)

2

Dalit (9%)

8

Adibasi Janajati (15%)

13

Khas Arya (17%)

14

Madheshi (9%)

8

Madhesi Dalit (3%)

2

Tharu (4%)

3

Muslim (2%)

2

Pichhadiye Ko Kshetra (4%)

3

Apanga (2%)

2

Shahid Pariwar (2%)

2