B.Pharm. (Lateral)

“Your Pathway to Becoming a Medical Maverick Starts Here”

    OVERVIEW

    B.Pharm Lateral Entry program benefit from our experienced faculty and state-of-the-art facilities, which include modern laboratories and research centers. The program emphasizes a hands-on learning approach, where students engage in practical experiments, research projects, and internships, giving them real-world experience in pharmaceutical practices.

    B.Pharm Lateral Entry

    Why choose SOET?

    Advanced Curriculum

    Advanced Curriculum:

    The program covers advanced topics in pharmaceutical sciences, including clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy. This ensures that students gain a deeper understanding of the field.

    Practical Exposure_

    Practical Exposure:

    Students engage in extensive laboratory work, which is crucial for gaining practical skills in drug formulation, analysis, and quality control. This hands-on experience is vital for a career in the pharmaceutical industry.

    Research Opportunities_

    Research Opportunities:

    Many programs offer opportunities for students to participate in research projects. This not only enhances their learning experience but also prepares them for careers in research and development.

    Industry Integration_ 

    Industry Integration:

    The curriculum often includes internships or industrial training, providing students with real-world experience and a chance to apply their academic knowledge in practical settings.

    Empowering the Next Generation of

    Medical Pioneers

    The B.Pharm (Lateral Entry) program is an accelerated pathway designed for diploma holders in pharmacy. This curriculum focuses on advanced pharmaceutical studies, practical lab work, clinical pharmacy, and pharmaceutical management. It culminates in a research project, preparing students for diverse roles in the pharmaceutical industry.

    Program Structure

    Semester 1
    Semester 2
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory
    • Pharmaceutics I – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory
    • Communication skills – Theory *
    • Remedial Biology/ Remedial Mathematics – Theory*
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical
    • Pharmaceutics I – Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Practical
    • Communication skills – Practical*
    • Remedial Biology – Practical*
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory
    • Biochemistry – Theory
    • Pathophysiology – Theory
    • Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory *
    • Environmental sciences – Theory *
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology II –Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Practical
    • Biochemistry – Practical
    • Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical*
    Semester 3
    Semester 4
    • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory
    • Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical
    • Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Engineering –Practical
    • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory
    • Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
    • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory
    • Pharmacology I – Theory
    • Pharmacology I – Theory
    • Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
    • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical
    • Pharmacology I – Practical
    • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Practical
    Semester 5
    Semester 6
    • Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory
    • Industrial PharmacyI– Theory
    • Pharmacology II – Theory
    • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory
    • Industrial PharmacyI – Practical
    • Pharmacology II – Practical
    • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II – Practical
    • Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory
    • Pharmacology III – Theory
    • Herbal Drug Technology – Theory
    • Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics – Theory
    • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory
    • Quality Assurance –Theory
    • Medicinal chemistry III – Practical
    • Pharmacology III – Practical
    • Herbal Drug Technology – Practical

    Connecting Talent to Dream Careers

    At KRMU, we are proud to collaborate with an esteemed network of healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations, including top pharmaceutical companies, biotech firms, research institutions, and healthcare providers. Our partners, such as Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, Sun Pharma, Cipla, Biocon, and Fortis Healthcare, play a vital role in our campus recruitment drives.

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    Career Options

    Our B.Pharm. (Lateral Entry) program opens doors to a diverse range of promising career opportunities in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. Graduates of this program are well-prepared with the knowledge and skills required to excel in various roles within the pharmaceutical industry. While the possibilities are vast, we have outlined five key career paths below:

    • Pharmaceutical Research Scientist: Specialize in pharmaceutical research, contributing to the development of new drugs and therapies to improve healthcare.
    • Quality Control Analyst: Ensure the safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical products by monitoring and testing them for quality and compliance with regulations.
    • Regulatory Affairs Specialist: Navigate the complex landscape of pharmaceutical regulations, ensuring that products meet the necessary legal and safety requirements.
    • Clinical Trial Coordinator: Play a crucial role in conducting clinical trials, helping to bring new medications and treatments to market.

    Hear straight from our Students

    Jayant Singh

    It has been an incredible experience to be a part of [University Name]'s B.Pharm. Lateral Entry program." The curriculum, with careful planning, fills up the gaps for students who enter the program laterally, allowing them to integrate effortlessly. The relevant courses and devoted instructors have provided me with the tools I need to excel in the pharmaceutical industry. I appreciate the engaging educational environment and hands-on experience that have prepared me for a successful pharmacy career."

    Pawan Arora

    Joining [University Name's] B.Pharm. The lateral Entry program was one of my best decisions." It has been quite helpful for the program's emphasis to place both real-world experience and theoretical knowledge. Academics guide us through the intricacies of the pharmaceutical industry by acting as both mentors and teachers. A multitude of options have been produced by the university's concentration on research and state-of-the-art facilities. Having completed a program that prioritizes quality and innovation in pharmacy education makes me happy.

    Manoj

    My B. Pharm. (Lateral Entry) degree allows me to enter medicine sooner. Because of the interesting lectures and extensive curriculum, I was able to better understand complicated pharmaceutical product principles. The program's capacity to create electives based on individual tastes sparked interest in areas such as medical science and pharmacology. Internship possibilities have helped to open up potential job options by enabling relationships with corporate executives.

    Devendra

    I've been accepted into B.Pharm." (Lateral Entry) The program's changed my life. In the curricula, my background was easily assimilated into sophisticated pharmaceutical principles that would lead me to a successful career in this field. My experience in education has been meaningful and engaging because of the modern labs and hands on approach to teaching. "I think I'm qualified to be a significant contributor to the pharmacy industry.

    Programme
    Outcomes

    • PO 1 Pharmacy Knowledge:

      Possess the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy.

      01

    • PO 2 Thinking Abilities:

      Examine issues rationally and logically; shall acquire, evaluate, and synthesize information and knowledge relevant to an identified problem.

      02

    • PO3 Planning Abilities:

      Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills.

      03

    • PO 5 Professional Identity:

      Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their professional roles in society.

      04

    • PO5. Modern tool usage:

      Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

      05

    • PO 6 Pharmacy and Society:

      Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.

      06

    • PO 7 Environment and sustainability:

      Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development

      07

    • PO 8 Professional Ethics:

      honor personal values, apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts, and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.

      08

    • PO9. Individual and team work:

      Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

      09

    • PO 10 Communication:

      Develop good communication skills so as to communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large.

      10

    • PO 11 Modern & Usage:

      Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.

      11

    • PO 12 Life-long Learning:

      Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self-assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.

      12

    • PEO1

      To produce pharmacy graduates with profound knowledge and high technical skills to meet various aspects in wide areas of Pharmaceutical industry.

      01

    • PEO2

      To enable pharmacy graduates to gain theoretical and practical knowledge in various subjects to discover novel formulation for the benefits of the society.

      02

    • PEO3

      To prepare entrepreneurs in Pharma sector with effective communication skills, teamwork and ethical attitude with high integrity for the betterment of the community and the society.

      03

    • PEO4

      To promote and train the pharmacy graduates towards contribution of health care system and patient counselling for prevention and treatment of diseases.

      04

    • PE05

      To encourage the pharmacy graduates for lifelong learning and highly competent career prospect related to interdisciplinary pharmaceutical sciences.

    • PSO1

      To impart theoretical & Practical knowledge among students in the various fields of pharmaceutical sciences viz., Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical jurisprudence and Pharmaceutical marketing etc.

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    • PSO2

      To develop the skill acquired in various regulatory aspects related to clinical, preclinical and medical devices used for human use. The students will be able to experience hand on manufacturing, packaging of drugs. After completing this course students will be able to work as a skilled pharmacist in manufacturing of drugs and cosmetics.

      02

    Financial Assistance

    K.R. Mangalam University partnered with the leading banks to help you to finance your dream course through Education Loan. You only have to start repaying one year after finishing your course or six months after you get a job.

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    • Includes tuition fees, books cost, hostel fees, airfare.

    • Concessional rate of interest.

    • Speedy disposal of loan applications

    • Availability of the loan across the country

    • Up to 100% loan with lower interest rate and zero processing fees

    • Repayment tenure ranging from 5-15 years.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Our B.Pharm. (Lateral Entry) program stands out for its focus on providing a streamlined pathway for students who have completed their diploma in pharmacy to continue their education. This program offers a seamless transition, allowing students to build upon their previous knowledge and gain a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy.
    Yes, practical learning is integral to our program. Students have access to well-equipped laboratories where they can apply their knowledge in real-world pharmaceutical scenarios. Additionally, internships with pharmaceutical companies provide hands-on experience in the industry.
    We maintain an up-to-date curriculum by continuously incorporating the latest advancements in pharmaceutical science and technology. Our faculty members are actively involved in research, ensuring that students are exposed to cutting-edge developments in the field.
    While international exposure is not a direct component of this program, students have the opportunity to engage with global pharmaceutical trends through their coursework and research. Additionally, we encourage participation in pharmaceutical conferences and events with international participation.
    Ethics in pharmacy is a fundamental aspect of our program. Courses on pharmaceutical ethics and professional conduct are integrated to ensure that our graduates uphold the highest ethical standards in their pharmaceutical careers.
    Students can engage in extracurricular activities such as pharmaceutical clubs, research projects, and participation in pharmacy-related competitions. These activities enrich their knowledge and provide opportunities for networking within the pharmaceutical industry.

    Commence Your Journey
    in 6 Simple Steps

    Commence Your Journey in 6 Simple Steps

    Start your Application

    Complete payment and submit

    Pay the required Application Fee

    Take an entrance test

    K.R. Mangalam University Entrance Examination (KREE)

    Appear for interaction

    Attend our Faculty-Led Interview.

    Get the admission offer

    You will receive the offer letter after the successful interaction

    Get Enrolled

    Be prepared to embark on your journey

    B.Pharm Lateral Entry