B.Pharm. Degree examination of an Indian university established by law in India from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India any recognised University or any other Institute equivalent there to the University, are eligible for admission to the Master of Pharmacy Programmes (M.Pharm.) and has scored not less than 55% (50% for SC/ST) of the maximum marks (aggregate of 4 years of B.Pharm.).
Every student, selected for admission to post graduate pharmacy program in any PCI approved institution should have obtained registration with the State Pharmacy Council or should obtain the same within one month from the date of his/her admission, failing which the admission of the candidate shall be cancelled.
Note: It is mandatory to submit a migration certificate obtained from the respective university where the candidate had passed his/her qualifying degree (B.Pharm.)
Direct admission for internal students - 60% of Total Intake.
For remaining 40% intake - An Entrance Test (MCQ type) and interview will be conducted at University Campus for the admission of other students. Merit list will be prepared according to the performance in Entrance test as well as Interview. Preference will be given to GPAT/GATE qualified candidates.
At present the University does not conduct any UG (B. Pharm) course, therefore 100% intake is open to all qualified students that will be based on a written test (MCQ type) followed by Viva-voce)
Rs. 500/- (Rs. 250/- for SC/ST/PWD)
|Name of the Course
|Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm.)**
Usual reservation (SC, ST, OBC-A, OBC-B, PD) as per Government rule will be applicable.
** Specialization available in Pharmaceutics and Pharmacognosy
Selection Norms for Admission
The merit list will be prepared on the basis of following parameters:
- GPAT Score
- Admission Test
Total full marks will be 100. There will be a pass mark of 12 in total in last two categories, i.e., written test and viva-voce together.
Validity of Merit List
The candidate should have minimum 50% attendance in First fifteen days, failure of which, the admission of the candidate will be cancelled.
Following documents are to be submitted by the candidate at the time of admission:
The candidate will be required to produce the following documents in original and one set of self-attested photocopies of the documents at the time of document verification and admission, failing of which, candidature shall be summarily rejected.
- Application Form
- Admit card of NBU
- 4 copies of passport size photograph
- Admit card/Certificate of 10th Class/Madhyamik as a proof of age and correct name.
- Mark sheet and certificate of 10th Class/ Madhyamik
- Mark sheet and certificate of 12th Class/ Higher Secondary
- Mark sheets of all the semesters/years of the B.Pharm.
- Valid GPAT score card
- Original Migration Certificate (Last Attended University/ Institute)
- Certificate of reservation, if applicable.
- Certificate of disability, if applicable
- Government identity card (Aadhar card/voter card/passport)
- Anti-ragging affidavit from students and guardians.
- Certificate from Principal/Registrar to be produced, which states that the candidate has appeared in the final semester of B.Pharm Course, if final year result not submitted by the candidate. (Annexure I)
However, candidates who have appeared / are due to appear at the qualifying examinations (B.Pharm) may also apply and such candidates, if selected, will be admitted if they can submit valid proof of their passing the qualifying examination with required percentage of marks at the time of Interview. If the results are awaited on the date of interview such selected candidates shall have to submit the mark sheet and provisional certificate of the qualifying examination within 30 days from the date of commencement of 1st semester classes, failing of which or if the candidate is found non-eligible in terms of percentage of marks obtained, his/her admission will be cancelled.
NOTE: All the documents required to be submitted should be self-attested (Except Migration) by the candidates.