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Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Pharmacy

Maharishi Markandeshwar University , Mullana - 133207
District: Ambala (Haryana)
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Established      :    2005
Affiliated to     :    Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana
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Courses Offered by Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Pharmacy

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M. M. College of Pharmacy is one of the beads in the rosary of M. M. Group of Institutions established by the Maharishi Markandeshwar university Trust (MMUT) Mullana, Ambala. M. M. College of Pharmacy has attained remarkable heights in educational excellence. The Bachelor’s program in pharmacy was started in the year 2005 with an intake of 60 students and our alumni are catering their services to the needs of different facets of pharmaceutical profession, such as, marketing of medicines and scientific instruments, taking care of pharmacies as pharmacists in private and government hospital pharmacies and organizations and retail pharmacy chains, Formulation and Development (F & D), QC/QA etc.

 
 
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01731-274475,76,77,78, 304100
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01731-274375
   
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 Course(s) Offered by Maharishi Markandeshwar College of Pharmacy  in Health Care and Allied Fields
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) | Diploma in Pharmacy (DPharm) | M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Chemistry | M.Pharm Pharmaceutics | M.Pharm Pharmacognosy | M.Pharm Pharmacology | M.Pharm Quality Assurance
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Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2) or an equivalent examination from any recognized Board/ University with minimum 45% marks (40% in the case of reserved category) with at least five subjects including compulsory subjects of Physics and Chemistry along with one of the subjects of Mathematics, Bio- Technology, Biology.
B.Pharma (Lateral Entry to II year)- The candidates who have acquired a Diploma in Pharmacy with a minimum of 45% marks (40% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate of the examination semesters from AICTE and PCI approved institutions may be allowed admission to second year provided that Diploma holders in Pharmacy admitted directly to B. Pharm second year shall have to pass those subjects of B. Pharm first year which were not covered by them under D. Pharm course.
 
Duration
4 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counseling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
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Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Senior Secondary examination (10+2) or an equivalent examination from any recognized Board/University including compulsory subjects of Physics, English as a compulsory subject and Chemistry along with one of the subjects of Mathematics or Biology. Or Passed in D.Pharmacy course from PCI approved institution. Candidate should complete the age of 17 years
 
Duration
6 years (5+1 year Internship)
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counseling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
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Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy or equivalent examination from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks (45% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate .
 
Duration
2 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counselling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
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Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy or equivalent examination from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks (45% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate .
 
Duration
2 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counselling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
5 .
 
Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy or equivalent examination from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks (45% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate .
 
Duration
2 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counselling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
6 .
 
Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy or equivalent examination from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks (45% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate .
 
Duration
2 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counselling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
7 .
 
Eligibility
The candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy or equivalent examination from any recognized University with atleast 50% marks (45% in the case of reserved category) in aggregate .
 
Duration
2 years
 
Admission Procedure
Admission to 75% open seats and 25% management seats (including 15% seats if any, for children/wards of NRI's) as also seats remaining vacant after first counselling will be made on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.