B. Pharmacy

Pharmacy is a versatile, dynamic, growing and increasingly diverse profession; one which creates an excitement because there are so many opportunities for service. Recognized as a science-driven and clinically focused area, Pharmacy is a discipline that combines a wide range of scientific concepts which are critical to the discovery and development of new drugs and therapies. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) is an undergraduate degree course in the field of Pharmacy education. In this course the students study about the drugs and medicines, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Medicinal Chemistry etc.



To provide excellent pharmaceutical education and research opportunities in pharmaceutical sciences to improve healthcare needs of community and technological aspects of industries.

Adequate guidance, extensive training with broad vision is provided to students through multi-dimensional programs by the experienced faculty and industry institute interaction coupled with latest tools and techniques in Pharmaceutical Sciences to make them potential leaders, research scientists and entrepreneurs with assured placement in the profession of pharmacy.




  • To impart need based quality education in the areas of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  • To establish national/ international collaborative research and linkages.
  • To Collaborate with pharma industries to meet the global challenges.
  • To create of specialized centers to cater to the needs of pharmaceutical industries and other research and teaching institutes.
  • To educate the students in community pharmacy and pharmaceutical management.
  • To Inculcate the values of professional ethics, discipline and zeal to excel in the students.
  • To develop holistic personality of the students by all possible ways so that they can contribute effectively and efficiently in the respective professional career, besides offering sound technical knowledge.

Course Offered

  • B.Pharmacy (60 Seats)
  • B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry into 2nd Year)


B. Pharmacy:

All those candidates who have passed the 10+2 with Physics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects and one subject from Mathematics, Biology or Bio-Technology conducted by a recognized Board / University / Council can apply for admission to this course.

B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry into 2nd Year):

All those candidates who have passed the 2 year diploma in pharmacy from an institution affiliated to PSBTE&IT /recognized Board / University / Council and duly approved by PCI/AICTE and should have obtained a minimum of 45% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST Category) in the above mentioned qualifying examination, can get  admission to this course.


  • To Develop professional Pharmacists globally considering the needs of whole world.
  • To produce a pharmacist having skills and ability equivalent to International standards of Pharmacy Training.
  • To initiate research which will utilize locally available materials for possible use in Pharmaceutical Industry.
  • To practice according to the internationally accepted professional code of ethics which will include the ability to: Compound and dispense medicine including sterile preparations, Evaluate drugs to determine and maintain their quality, Participate in the health teams by giving advice in all matters relating to drugs, and, Participate in the training of nonprofessional pharmaceutical staff e.g. dispensers and other health personnel as appropriate.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop ability for in-depth analytical and critical thinking in order to identify, formulate and solve the issues related to Pharmaceutical Industry, Regulatory Agencies, Hospital Pharmacy and Community Pharmacy.
  • Develop an ability to solve, analyze and interpret data generated from Formulation Development, Quality Control and Quality Assurance.
  • Develop written and oral communication skills in order to communicate effectively the outcomes of the Pharmaceutical problems.
  • Develop team spirit, apart from responding to the social needs and professional ethics.
  • Develop an aptitude for lifelong learning and continuous professional development.
  • Develop an understanding for the need of pharmaceutical sciences and technology towards giving quality life to people in society.

Scope of Employment

Due to the opening of large pharmaceutical companies, the future in the field of pharmacy is bright. Numerous jobs are available for pharmacists in government as well as private organizations. As such after completing the studies, a student can easily find jobs in pharmaceutical industries, government departments, colleges and universities, hospitals, investigation and research institutes etc. Pharmacists can practice in community pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, extended care facilities, psychiatric hospitals, and regulatory agencies. Sales & Marketing job sector also hires maximum number of pharmacy graduates. One can also work in retail stores of medicines. After registering with the state Pharmacy Council, one can open chemist/drug store and sell medicines as per doctor’s prescription.After the completion of the course the students can work as a:

  • Chemical/Drug Technician
  • Bio-Technologist
  • Drug Therapist
  • Drug Inspector
  • Hospital Drug Coordinator
  • Health Inspector
  • Pharmacist
  • Pathologist
  • Scientist
  • Research Officer

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO1: Domain Expertise: Apply comprehensive knowledge and basic principles of Pharmaceutical and other associated sciences.

PO2: Professional Skills: Demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve complex problems of Pharmaceutical Industry, Community & Hospital Pharmacy.

PO3: Research Orientation: Apply and demonstrate their professional skills and comprehensive knowledge to carry out research in the core and applied areas of pharmaceutical sciences.

PO4: Planning Abilities: Demonstrate effective planning, delegation skills, organizational skills and resource management abilities for their effective implementation.

PO5: Critical Thinking: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, and critically, for solving pharmaceutical problems and drawing decisions.

PO6: Modern Tool Usage: Apply appropriate methods, procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools.

PO7: Leadership and Team Work: Demonstrate leadership skills with high level of integrity and ethics to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO8: Communication: Communicate effectively with the professional community and with society at large; for effective and impressive representation.

PO9: Professional Ethics: Possess personal & universal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts.

PO10: Social Responsibility: Apply contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.

PO11: Leadership and Teamwork: Understand the impact of professional pharmacy solutions in context environment and demonstrate the knowledge for sustainable development.

PO12: Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, Self-assess and effectively use the feedback from others to identify learning needs to compete globally.


PSO1:  Pharmacy Graduates will have fundamental knowledge in preparing conventional as well as novel pharmaceutical dosage forms, their methods of dispensing and recent advancements made in the field of Pharmaceutical Product Development.

PSO2: The Graduates will develop an ability to design, conduct, and interpret various analytical studies/reports being used by pharmaceutical industries during drug design, formulation design, and production etc.

PSO3:  Pharmacy Graduates will have an understanding about different laws that govern different aspects of pharmacy that builds up their fundamental knowledge about the ethics associated with the profession of pharmacy.




Department of Pharmacy organized an Expert Talk on Indian Pharmaceutical Industry. Mr. Kartik Kapur, the production Head – Adison Pharmaceuticals. In this interactive session, he gave detailed information about the Liquid insights of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, the stats of our Indian Market, the history of pharmaceutical industries, which was a very knowledgeable topic to be learnt for the upcoming pharmacist. The pharmaceutical industry in India is one of the largest industry in the whole world with maximum production and supply rate. It was much interesting to note that how small pharmaceutical industries have a major impact on the economy of the country. He also made students aware about the career opportunities that have increased with the increasing demand of medicine as well as pharmaceutical products specifically in this post-covid era. The webinar was followed by question answer session and it was a great success and well appreciated by the students and faculty members.



Department of Pharmacy coordinated a guest lecture for the understudies, as these lectures become a significant part of education. The talk was conveyed by Dr. Subheet Kumar Jain, Head of Department of Pharmaceutical sciences GNDU, Amritsar. The subject of talk was ‘Important Considerations for Good Carrier Opportunities in Pharma Sector.’ All the understudies went to the talk effectively and furthermore cleared their questions about their prospectus



Department of Pharmacy organized a Webinar on Recent trends in analytical science: Liquid chromatography: Basics, Instrumentation & applications in Pharma industry. Miss Kriti Gulati an application specialist – Liquid chromatography was the Expert Speaker for this webinar. In this interactive session, she gave detailed information about the Liquid chromatography including its principle, instrumentation and applications in pharmaceutical industry which is a very knowledgeable topic to be learnt. HPLC is the form of liquid chromatography that is generally used in the pharmaceutical industry, as it can provide the precise results that are required. The results can be used to analyse finished drug products and their ingredients quantitatively and qualitatively during the manufacturing process. The webinar was followed by question answer session and it was a great success and well appreciated by the students and faculty members.



Department of Pharmacy and MLS organized a Webinar on Laboratory Quality Management. Mr. Roshan Sah, a certified internal auditor and a scientific officer at SRL diagnostics was the Expert Speaker for this webinar. In his interactive session, he gave detailed information about the Laboratory Quality Management which is one of the most important protocols to be followed these days. Mr. Sah also gave practical hands-on experience providing the students with the data sheets to be filled during an internal audit and cleared many doubts about quality control. The webinar was followed by question answer session and it was a great success and well appreciated by the students and faculty members.



The Department of Pharmacy & MLS organized a Chart Making Competition on 17th March 2021.
The students, especially the freshers, showed keen interest in the competition.
Such competitions and other extra curricular activities are being organized on regular basis by the Department.
The students participated in the competition in large number with full enthusiasm and learnt many new things. They also shared their creative ideologies with their fellow students.
All of them completed the task alloted to them with great energy,confidence and interest.
The freshers (who could not come to campus during lock down ) highly appreciated the positive ambient atmosphere of the campus.
The students expressed their gratitude to the staff and the management for arranging such fun loving activities along with the excellent arrangement for high quality teaching.
The freshers also shared their experiences of their stay at Global Institutes.
At the end the winners and participants were honoured with Certificates on the basis of their performance in the competition.



“Dumb Charades” on 24th Feb 2021

Dumb Charades involves explaining the ‘phrases’ or the name of ‘a movie’, ‘a personality’, ‘a book’ or ‘a TV shows’, etc. through acting. A person is not allowed to talk and is required to act out the phrase/name by using different gestures, facial expressions, and body language. The person enacting the name/song of the movie is not supposed to speak anything. However, he/she can use the pre-defined gestures to help his team members in guessing the given name/song. Each student was given a time period of 5 minutes to enact the respective movie for his team members. Total Number of Students: 59
At the end winners were awarded with certificates.
Winners of Event were:-
1. Mohammad Rumman from MLS-1 has secured 1st position.
2. Gurpinder Singh from MLS-2 has secured 2nd position.
3. Vikramjit Singh from B. pharmacy-1 secured 3rd position.



“Speech Competition” on 17th Feb 2021

Speech includes public speaking, limited preparation, and acting and interpretation and is a part of forensics competitions. These events do not include the several different forms of debate offered by many tournaments. These events are called individual events because they tend to be done by one person unlike debate which often includes teams. Opening with a relevant quote can help set the tone for rest of the speech. The main purpose of the event is that the students may share as well as discuss their views with each other clearing their doubts regarding the respective topic while giving them a broad view of the same. Each student was given the chance to present his/her view for a time period of 5 minutes. Total Number of Students: 33
Students presented speech on the following topics:-
1. Corona Virus and its effects
2. Farmer Protest
3. Corona Vaccination should be injected or not
At the end winners were awarded with certificates.
Winners of Event were:-
1. Deepak Singh Charak from B.pharmacy-3 has secured 1st position.
2. Pawanpreet Kaur from B.pharmacy-2 has secured 2nd position.
3. Badu Shadrack from B. pharmacy-2 secured 3rd position.




Pharmacy Department visited the industrial visit in Kwality Pharmaceutical Limited (KPC) Amritsar. It was wonderful experience for all the students and faculties. they visit the two departments quality control and quality assurance. In QC all the students learnt the analysis techniques of HPLC, AAS, UV SPECTROECOPY, DISSOLUTION apparatus, DISINTEGRATION apparatus. In QA Department, they learnt the packaging, departmental work of quality assurance from QA Head Mr. Teerth kumar. Students asked queries and departmental head of QA answer their question very comprehensibly.




Department of Pharmacy organised a webinar on the topic Tableting Technology. The guest speaker was Dr. Subheet Kumar from GNDU. He explained the different types of tablets used along with manufacturing techniques and factors affecting their bioavailability. Students showed keen interest in the topic and there was healthy discussion at the end of the session.




Department of Pharmacy coordinated a guest lecture for the understudies, as these lectures become a significant part of education. The talk was conveyed by Dr Subheet Kumar Jain, Head of Department of Pharmaceutical sciences GNDU, Amritsar. The subject of talk was ‘Important Considerations for Good Carrier Opportunities in Pharma Sector.’ All the understudies went to the talk effectively and furthermore cleared their questions about their prospectus.