Krupanidhi College of Pharmacy Admission

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Admission in Krupanidhi College of Pharmacy Bangalore

India has a number of pharmacy colleges. The Krupanidhi College Of Pharmacy Bangalore is among the top private pharmacy colleges in Karnataka. It has been affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Karnataka. The college has also been approved by the pharmacy Council of India. Among aspiring pharma students, the college has been picking up a great deal of respect. The college has an excellent infrastructure with sophisticated labs, around 18. All laboratories are well equipped and meet all quality standards.

In terms of infrastructure KCP is second to none. With state of the art laboratories and infrastructure the institute is easily among the best pharmacy institutes in the state of Karnataka. The institute follows a superior teaching method compared to other establishments in the pharma space.

Krupanidhi College Of Pharmacy Fee Structure is an attractive thing about the college. When most top end pharmacy colleges have a high course fee, KCP provides all courses at affordable rates. Most of the pharma related courses offered at KCP deal with the study of drug chemistry, drug origin, procedure of drug preparation, development , dispensing and their effects. The college also promotes the study of disease prevention and treatment. The college has NAAC accreditation grade A. The college was established in the year 1985 and spans around 11 acres in total in Bangalore. Every year thousands of applications find their way to the admissions department of KCP from where only a select few make it to the campus.

Krupanidhi College Of Pharmacy Admission

Different programmes have eligibility criteria. The college offers a total of six programmes. Diploma in Pharmacy or D. Pharm, Master of Pharmacy or M.Pharm, Bachelor of Pharmacy or B.Pharm, Doctor of Philosophy or Pharm D - PB, Doctor of Philosophy or Phd and Doctor of Pharmacy or D. Pharm are the programmes currently being offered at the institute.

Admission into the B.Pharm course would require a student to be at least 17 years of age. The candidate should also have qualified for KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test). He/She should have completed his/her 12th with PCM/PCB (P-Physics, C-Chemistry, M-Maths, B-Biology) as subjects. The aggregate percentage scored by the candidate should be 45%. Candidates whose 2nd PUC / 10+2 examination results are being awaited can also apply (provisional basis).

Admission into the M.Pharm courses would require candidates to have scored a minimum of 50% in their B.Pharm course. Admissions are done through counselling taking into consideration the marks scored by the candidate in the PGET or Post Graduate Entrance Test conducted by the KEA or the Karnataka Examinations Authority.

Admission into the D.Pharm course is for candidates who are 17 and above. Candidates need to have taken up Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics as subjects as per the exam conducted by the government of Karnataka.

KCP is a big name in the private pharma college space. The college has a number of tie ups and certifications that has made it a pioneer establishment in Karnataka.

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