B.Pharmacy is a four years professional degree programme. This course is designed to give knowledge and experimental skills regarding all aspects of drugs. This course comprises various subjects to give the knowledge and practical skills regarding the synthesis/extraction of drugs, formulation of drugs into various dosage forms like tablets, capsules, injections etc, analysis of drugs and dosage forms, testing of drugs and dosage forms on animals / human volunteers and the legal requirements for manufacture and sale of drugs and dosage forms by a company and discovery of new drugs and dosage forms.

Course Duration Sanctioned Intake
B.Pharmacy 4 years 60


For admission to the professional course like B.Pharm, B.Tech, & B.Sc (Agri), the State Government, conducts an entrance exam called TSEAMCET every year in the month of April/May. The students are given ranking based on the marks obtained in the test and percentage of marks at intermediate level or 10 + 2 level . Both MPC & BiPC groups are eligible. Admissions are conducted by the Convener TSEAMCET in a systematic manner by means of web counseling, based on the combined rank obtained  in the TSEAMCET. Thus opportunity is given to the student to choose the course and college. 70% of seats are filled through the TSEAMCET rank by the Convener and 30% seats are filled by the management, based on rank in TSEAMCET or  the merit at Intermediate or as per the State government prescribed  rules from time to time.

Reservation Policy

The reservations in admissions is as per the State Government Reservation policy

Schedule of Admissions

Convenor (General) Quota: Category -A

Usually the admissions by the TSEAMCET Convenor  start in July/Aug. and close by Sep/Oct every year. However the schedule may vary from year to year. After the counseling, the left over seats shall be filled by the colleges through spot admission according to the rules prescribed by the State Government.

Management Quota : Category- B

The Management Seats (Category-B) are filled by the Management as per the schedule and  rules prescribed by the State Government.