Department of Pharmacy -

Department of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy

Stands as a beacon of excellence, shaping the future pharmacists of tomorrow through a blend of innovative curriculum, hands-on training, and industry exposure.

At Phonics, we understand that pharmacy isn’t just about dispensing medications; it’s about improving healthcare outcomes, conducting groundbreaking research, and serving communities. Our D.Pharma. program is meticulously crafted to provide students with a holistic understanding of pharmaceutical sciences while nurturing their critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills. What sets our Department of Pharmacy apart is our unwavering commitment to providing a conducive learning environment where students can thrive. Our experienced faculty members, comprised of industry experts and academic scholars, are dedicated to nurturing the intellectual curiosity of our students and guiding them towards academic excellence.

Practical learning is at the core of our D.Pharma. program. Our state-of-the-art laboratories are equipped with the latest instruments and technologies, allowing students to gain hands-on experience in pharmaceutical analysis, formulation development, and quality control. Furthermore, our strong industry partnerships provide students with opportunities for internships, industrial visits, and collaborative research projects, ensuring they are well-prepared to meet the demands of the rapidly evolving pharmaceutical sector. At Phonics, we believe in empowering our students to become not just competent pharmacists but also responsible global citizens. Through various extracurricular activities, community outreach programs, and leadership opportunities, we instill in our students the values of integrity, empathy, and social responsibility. Whether your passion lies in drug discovery, clinical pharmacy, regulatory affairs, or pharmaceutical marketing, our Department of Pharmacy offers a diverse range of specialization options to cater to your interests and career aspirations.


  • Cutting-Edge Curriculum: Our D.Pharma. program is designed with a modern and comprehensive curriculum that integrates the latest advancements in pharmaceutical sciences, ensuring our students are equipped with the knowledge and skills demanded by the industry.
  • Experienced Faculty: Our faculty members are not just teachers; they are mentors, industry experts, and researchers who are deeply committed to nurturing the intellectual growth and professional development of our students.
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities: Our department boasts state-of-the-art laboratories equipped with advanced instrumentation, providing students with hands-on experience in pharmaceutical analysis, formulation development, and quality control.
  • Industry Exposure: Through strategic partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies and regulatory bodies, we offer our students opportunities for internships, industrial visits, and collaborative research projects, enabling them to gain real-world insights and experiences.
  • Specialization Options: We offer a wide range of specialization options within the field of pharmacy, allowing students to tailor their education to match their interests and career goals, whether it’s in drug discovery, clinical pharmacy, regulatory affairs, or pharmaceutical marketing.
  • Holistic Development: In addition to academic excellence, we focus on the holistic development of our students, providing opportunities for extracurricular activities, leadership development, and community engagement, fostering their personal growth and social responsibility.
  • Career Support: Our dedicated career services team provides comprehensive support to students, offering guidance on career planning, job placements, and professional development, ensuring our graduates are well-prepared to succeed in the competitive job market.
  • Research Opportunities: We encourage and support research activities among our students and faculty, fostering a culture of innovation and discovery within the department and contributing to advancements in pharmaceutical sciences.
  • Global Perspective: With a diverse student body and faculty from around the world, we provide a global perspective in our curriculum and learning environment, preparing our students to thrive in today’s interconnected and multicultural society.
  • Alumni Network: Joining the Department of Pharmacy at Phonics Group of Institutions means becoming part of a vast and supportive alumni network, offering opportunities for networking, mentorship, and lifelong connections in the field of pharmacy.

Vision & Mission


  • To be a globally recognized center of excellence in pharmaceutical education, research, and innovation, nurturing future leaders who will contribute to the advancement of healthcare and pharmaceutical sciences.


  • To provide a dynamic learning environment that fosters academic excellence, critical thinking, and innovation in pharmaceutical sciences.
  • To cultivate a culture of research and scholarly inquiry among students and faculty, driving advancements in drug discovery, development, and patient care.
  • To equip students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical values required to excel as competent pharmacists, leaders, and responsible members of society.
  • To establish strategic partnerships with industry leaders, regulatory bodies, and healthcare institutions, providing students with practical exposure and career opportunities in the pharmaceutical sector.
  • To promote interdisciplinary collaboration and global perspectives in pharmaceutical education and research, preparing students to address the diverse healthcare needs of communities worldwide.
  • To uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and ethical conduct in all aspects of academic, research, and clinical practice within the field of pharmacy.
  • To continuously evolve and adapt our curriculum, infrastructure, and teaching methodologies to meet the evolving needs of the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare landscape.
  • To foster a supportive and inclusive learning environment that celebrates diversity, encourages innovation, and empowers students to achieve their full potential in the pursuit of excellence.

Program Outcomes

  • Comprehensive Knowledge: Graduates will demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of pharmaceutical sciences, including pharmacology, pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical chemistry, and pharmacy practice.
  • Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: Graduates will be able to critically analyze pharmaceutical problems, evaluate evidence-based solutions, and apply scientific principles to develop innovative approaches in drug discovery, development, and patient care.
  • Technical Skills: Graduates will possess the technical skills necessary to perform pharmaceutical analysis, formulate drugs and dosage forms, conduct quality control tests, and utilize modern instrumentation and technologies in pharmaceutical laboratories.
  • Communication Skills: Graduates will effectively communicate pharmaceutical information to diverse audiences, including healthcare professionals, patients, regulatory authorities, and the general public, through written reports, oral presentations, and scientific publications.
  • Ethical and Professional Behavior: Graduates will adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and integrity in all aspects of pharmaceutical practice, demonstrating respect for patients’ rights, confidentiality, and regulatory compliance.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Graduates will demonstrate empathy, compassion, and cultural competence in providing pharmaceutical care to patients, considering their individual needs, preferences, and health outcomes.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Graduates will collaborate effectively with healthcare professionals from other disciplines, such as physicians, nurses, and pharmacists, to optimize patient outcomes and promote interdisciplinary teamwork in healthcare settings.
  • Lifelong Learning: Graduates will recognize the importance of continuous professional development and lifelong learning in keeping pace with advancements in pharmaceutical sciences, healthcare technologies, and regulatory requirements.
  • Leadership and Management: Graduates will exhibit leadership qualities and management skills necessary to assume roles of responsibility and influence in various sectors of the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare organizations, academia, and regulatory agencies.
  • Community Engagement: Graduates will actively engage with their communities to promote public health initiatives, raise awareness about pharmaceutical issues, and contribute to the welfare of society through volunteering, advocacy, and outreach activities.

Career Prospects

  • Community Pharmacist: Graduates can pursue careers as community pharmacists, working in retail pharmacies, drugstores, or independent pharmacies, where they dispense medications, provide patient counseling, and offer pharmaceutical care services.
  • Hospital Pharmacist: Graduates can work as hospital pharmacists, collaborating with healthcare teams in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities to ensure safe and effective medication use, manage drug therapies, and provide clinical pharmacy services to patients.
  • Clinical Research Associate (CRA): Graduates can enter the field of clinical research as clinical research associates, monitoring clinical trials, collecting and analyzing data, ensuring regulatory compliance, and contributing to the development of new drugs and therapies.
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Representative: Graduates can pursue careers in pharmaceutical sales and marketing, promoting and selling pharmaceutical products to healthcare professionals, pharmacies, and healthcare institutions, while providing product education and support.
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist: Graduates can work in regulatory affairs roles in pharmaceutical companies, regulatory agencies, or consulting firms, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, preparing and submitting regulatory submissions, and facilitating product approvals.
  • Pharmaceutical Analyst: Graduates can work as pharmaceutical analysts in laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, or regulatory agencies, conducting chemical and microbiological analyses of drugs, raw materials, and finished products to ensure quality, safety, and compliance with standards.
  • Drug Safety Associate: Graduates can pursue careers in pharmacovigilance and drug safety, monitoring and evaluating the safety profile of pharmaceutical products, identifying adverse drug reactions, and ensuring timely reporting to regulatory authorities.
  • Pharmacy Manager: Graduates with managerial skills can advance to pharmacy manager or pharmacy operations manager roles, overseeing the operations of pharmacies, managing staff, inventory, and finances, and ensuring quality and compliance with regulations.
  • Research Scientist: Graduates can pursue careers as research scientists in pharmaceutical companies, academic institutions, or research organizations, conducting research in drug discovery, development, formulation, pharmacology, or pharmaceutical biotechnology.
  • Entrepreneurship: Graduates with entrepreneurial ambitions can establish their own pharmacies, pharmaceutical consulting firms, compounding pharmacies, or healthcare startups, leveraging their knowledge and skills to innovate and create value in the healthcare industry.

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