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Maharajah's College of Pharmacy offered Diploma Course(D-Pharmacy). This Course Contains two (2) year full time diploma programme in pharmacy which is recognized by Government of Andhra Pradesh and Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi with an intake of 60 seats.

Programme Objective

A programme specifically designed to create professionals who will make a mark in the pharmaceutical industry. On completion of the programme the students can get registration as pharmacist and can run their own medical shops. The D.Pharm course is a two years course for which the Directorate of Medical Education, conducts the qualifying examinations. In this course, the students are well equipped and trained to prepare and dispense the pharmaceutical dosage forms. They also receive in-plant training in government hospitals at the headquarters through which the communication skill with the patients and the confidence towards the profession are improved significantly.


Minimum qualification for admission to Diploma in Pharmacy :

(1) Intermediate examination in Science

(2) 10+2 examination (academic stream) in Science, with Physics, Chemistry & Biology

(3) Pre-degree examination

(4) Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examination.

Provided that there shall be reservation of seats for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes candidate in accordance with the instructions issued by the Central Govt./ State Govt./ Union Territory administration as the case may be from time to time.

Eligibility Certificate:

Candidates, who have not passed their 10+2 examination from the AP Board of Intermediate, need to produce the certificate and the Mark sheet of the examination given by them.

Programme Duration:

The duration of the course is of 2 years with each academic year spread over not less than 180 working days in addition to 500 hours practical training spread over a period of not less than 3 months.

Selection Procedure:

Entrance on the basis of 10+2 marks or equivalent examination by Govt. Polytechnic College.

Application Form:

The application form is available at the Maharajah's College of Pharmacy for the first year admission to the Diploma course in Pharmacy on payment of prescribed application form fees. The application form duly completed along with the required documents is to be submitted to the Institute office within 10 days.

* S.S.C Certificate
* Transfer Certificate
* Intermediate Mark sheet
* Caste Certificate for SC/ST/OBC

The above certificates should be duly attested by the Principal of the School or Gazette Officer of the State, Central Govt./ Sub-Division Magistrate or any other authority who is authorized to attest the certificates.

Programme Fee:

The yearly fees for Diploma course in Pharmacy will be prescribed by the Director of Technical Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh. The students will have to pay the difference in the fees paid at the time of admission and that announced/fixed by the SSS even at a later date. The refund of fees shall be as per the direction of the Government.


We feel proud to state that our students get immediate placements on completion of their second year annual exam. We provide them campus interview. Placement information is displayed on the notice board from time to time.

Hostel Facility:

Separate Hostel Facilities for the students are available in the campus.

Diploma in Pharmacy: Programme Content:

First Year D-Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics I(TH/PR) 100/100 {80+20/80+20}
Pharmaceutical Chemistry I(TH/PR) 100/100
Pharmacognosy(TH/PR) 100/100
Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology(TH/PR) 100/100
Human Anatomy & Physiology(TH/PR) 100/100
Health Education & Community Pharmacy(TH) 100/100

Second Year D-Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics II (TH/PR) 100/100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry II(TH/PR) 100/100
Pharmacology & Toxicology(TH/PR) 100/100
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence(TH) 100/100
Drug Store & Business Management(TH) 100/100
Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy(TH/PR) 100/100

* Note: 3 internals (Theory and Practical) will be conducted the average of the 3 internal were calculated to 20 marks and the final paper for 80 Marks.