India’s 10 Most Promising Pharmacy Colleges 2022

Cover Image of Engineering Survey 2022The whole world together is facing some tough challenges and circumstances, due to the disastrous catastrophe, which is COVID-19. Due to this, the healthcare sector across the globe is growing exponentially, resulting in the pharma sector growing at an equal rate. Until the vaccine is out, the preventive and curative measures carried out by us will ensure good health and a good economy. Due to the rapid growth of the pharma sector across the globe, great career opportunities are abundant and the demand for trained and well-equipped pharmacists is on the rise each day. For students who have dreams of taking up pharmacy school education, this is perhaps the right time and the right opportunity.

The major areas of study in the field of pharmacy are Bachelor of Pharmacy in Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutics, Biochemistry, Computer Applications in Pharmacy and so on. Students who want to pursue these programs have a high possibility of making it big in their lives by serving as Drug Control Administrators, Hospital Managers, Research Managers, Health Inspectors, Drug Therapists, and the list goes on. In post COVID scenario, the role of pharma professionals is likely to increase as the patients are staying in the hospital for a prolonged period due to the quarantine norms. All in all, the role and importance of trained pharma professionals will increase due to their knowledge of how a drug is impacting the body and how the body is responding to their drug.

Catering to all the needs of a pharma professional of today, various colleges across the country have started on their journey of imparting the best pharma related education to the masses. But this results in students stuck in a dilemma in the process of choosing the best college for their pharmacy-related endeavors. Hence, in order to ease this process of selecting the appropriate and ideal pharmacy college/institute, we at the Academic Insights have curated a list of best pharmacy colleges across our country and put them together in a title we would like to call – “India’s 10 Most Promising Pharmacy Colleges 2022”.

In this edition, each featured institute has been carefully chosen by our panel of experts who have put explicit stress on selecting only the best and second to none pharma institutes of the country. Before the final selection, the panel has spent sizable time in researching and analyzing each institute precisely, basically following four parameters, viz. Academic Excellence, Infrastructure-Facilities, Industry-Interface, and Placements. We ardently believe that going through the institutes that we have featured here, will help the students in finding their true call and achieve a productive and blissful future. Whether they envision starting their own entrepreneurial journey or getting a foot into professional life, the institutes that have been listed here promise to provide everything a budding pharma aspirant of the 21st century dreams of.


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