Ans. As trusted healthcare professionals, pharmacists occupy a special place in the community and in the broader healthcare system. Today, pharmacists apply their skills in a variety of work environments, including community practice, hospital, education, and the pharmaceutical industry. A diploma in pharmacy gives you the opportunity to build a rewarding and diverse career based on your individual interests.

Ans. D.Pharm with 60 seats approved by PCI, New Delhi and Affiliated to Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Ans. A pass in 10+2 examination or intermediate examination or the first year of the three-year degree course or pre-degree examination or an equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the subjects Biology / Mathematics.

Ans. Passport size photographs of candidate, parents and local guardian (if any), Photocopy of Aadhar Card, Passport (if available), 10th & 12th mark sheets with board certificate, migration certificate (in case of UP board transfer certificate counter signature by district education officer), transfer certificate (T.C.), character certificate (C.C.) and caste certificate (if any)

Ans. The prospectus is available at the cash counter for Rs. 1,000/-

Ans. You can get information through our prospectus and website:

Ans. One-time payment: Rs. 57,000/- per annum + Rs. 7500 for Security deposit (caution money) which is refundable.

Ans. Yes, admissions are open now. You can visit to initiate your online admission process or you may call on our helpline numbers.

Ans. Biyani Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jaipur is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and has taken multiple initiatives to support prospective candidates to pursue their higher studies in the best possible way:

  • Provisional admission can be taken by paying a nominal fee of Rs. 10,000 only.
  • Flexibility to pay balance fees till 30th July 2020 to help students during these pressing times.

Ans. Yes, we have a separate hostel for boys and girls.

Ans. Every year the college organizes industrial visits to get an insight into industrial culture to the students.

Ans. Students are trained not only for curriculum-related topics but also exposed to soft skills, communication skills, and personality development.


    • State of the art infrastructure
    • Well-equipped ultra-modern and spacious laboratories
    • Qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty
    • Career and entrepreneurship guidance by the placement cell
    • Conduct of training sessions by Professionals for personality development
    • Exposure to various sports and cultural activities
    • Separate hostel facility for boys and girls in the proximity of college with 24 hours security and all allied facilities
    • Central and State Government scholarships to eligible D. Pharm. Students
    • Regular Extra & Co-Curricular activities.

Ans. No. D. Pharm is 2 years full-time course.

Ans. College provides all necessary help to avail education loans through any Nationalized Bank.


Production and Manufacturing : Bulk Drugs, Formulations, Cosmetics, Nutraceuticals, etc.
Quality Control : Analytical Chemist in Quality Control laboratory, Quality Assurance Department
Clinical Hospital Pharmacy : Hospital Pharmacist, Clinical Pharmacist
Sales and Marketing : Product management, Market Research, Medical Representative,
Entrepreneurship : Setting up of Retail and Wholesale of Drugs and Pharmaceuticals
Government Jobs : Government Pharmacist at State and Central Government Hospitals, Hospital Pharmacist
Academics : Laboratory technician at Pharmacy Institute.
Higher Education : B. Pharm

Ans. Ragging of students in any form is strictly prohibited within and outside the campus. An anti-ragging squad is always in operation under the overall charge of the Principal.

Ans. Yes, students are required to wear college uniform 4 days in a week (sky blue shirt and black paint) as well as white Apron compulsory for routine practicals.

Ans. The students are not allowed to enter the campus without I-card, there is only one gate entry. The campus is under CCTV surveillance.

Ans. Extra-curricular activities like sports, cultural, intercollegiate competition, social activities in and out of the college premises.

Ans. We are keeping a close watch on the situation and working on the instructions passed on by government authorities to determine when and how to facilitate a safe classroom environment. We are confident that the current situation will get better and we will be able to see you on the campus in July/August of this fall. You can visit the institute website for updates.

Ans. The teaching methodology involves:

  • Classroom teaching involving lectures,
  • Online Study Material: GuroKPO Plus App, GuroKPO YouTube Channel,
  • Presentations, discussion, workshops, and seminars
  • Laboratory exercises through experiments/simulated experiments/case studies.

Students have access to a well-stocked library with the latest editions of books and journals (print and online).  Multimedia records are also available for reading and referencing

Ans. Yes, we organize extra classes for weak students before the final examination.

Ans. Yes, the pharmacy has a very good scope in India and if you have cleared or plan to clear your 12th from science stream, you can definitely pursue pharmacy after 12th. The field of pharmacy is inevitable and is only going to grow with time so pursuing pharmacy might bring many good opportunities for you.

One of the best colleges to study pharmacy Biyani Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jaipur as we focus equally on both practical and theoretical knowledge. we have well-equipped laboratories and different facilities to enhance teaching methods

Ans. Yes of course pharmacy is a good career because a doctor gives life to the patient but a pharmacist gives life to medicine, and that medicine ultimately gives life to the patient, that’s why pharmacy also a big opportunity for you.

Ans. Pharmacy is one of the toughest subjects because it covers almost every part of science. Starting from Chemistry, A pharmacy student needs to study Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis. A Pharmacy student studies Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacology. They study Ayurveda i.e. Pharmacognosy. They study medicine Chemistry. They study drug formulation and production i.e. Pharmaceutics. They study maths i.e. Biostatistics. They study Microbiology, Pathophysiology, Molecular Biology, Environmental Education, etc.

Since it covers almost every field in science, we can say it is one of the toughest subjects. Though it depends on someone’s hard work, dedication. If someone studies with full concentration it will be easier for them, if not with concentration then Pharmacy can be dangerous to them.

Ans. The average salary package for fresher M Pharm is ₹ 25,000+ per month in India.

Ans. B Pharm is a professional degree in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences it deals with all aspects like Pharmaceutical manufacturing, drug discovery, drug marketing, pharmacovigilance, Pharmacoeconomics, pharmaceutical microbiology, Biotechnology,  biochemistry, inorganic, organic, physical and medicinal chemistry, Pharmacology, pharmaceutical jurisprudence, acts related to Pharmacy mainly Pharmacy and cosmetics act, medical remedies act, Patent and intellectual property rights, formulations, Mathematics and pharmaceutical calculations also a bit of computer science. Meanwhile, is a general science degree it is not a specialized professional program. Like chemistry, a degree fetches a strong base and knowledge of all aspects of chemistry. Meanwhile, B Pharm won’t deal with all aspects it will only deal with chemistry which is needed in the Pharmacy field. B Pharm is a 4 years degree while in India is a 3 years program. B Pharm can’t be earned on distance learning mode. can be earned in distance education mode. Both programs are good it entirely depends on the interest of students what he wants to pursue in life.

Ans. The average salary package for a fresher Pharmacist is ₹ 15,000+ per month in India.

Ans. The average salary package for a drug inspector is ₹ 62000 per month approx. and this is a government job.

Ans. The average salary package for a fresher Pharm D salary is ₹ 40,000+ per month in India

Ans. Doctors have a medical degree and medical license, and they are required to fulfill residency requirements for their specialty. They examine patients, diagnose them with medical conditions, and determine their treatment plan, which might involve prescribing medication.

Meanwhile, pharmacists have a degree in pharmacy and a pharmacist license, and they might complete a residency. While pharmacists might perform some basic medical procedures, such as giving patients flu shots, they cannot prescribe medication or perform complex medical procedures. Pharmacists’ primary duties are to ensure patients have the right medicine and know how to use it.

Ans. If you are interested in medicine and research medicines you should choose pharmacy and if you interested in physiotherapy then choose this. See choosing a course is totally depends on your interest. Both the fields are totally different.

Pharmacist deals with medicines and research on medicines whereas a Physiotherapist helps patients with muscular dysfunction. As such looking at both the professions both have immense scope in the future. Since medicine is a daily requirement and people all around face some or the other muscular issue right from fracture to back pain etc., so a visit to a Physio is a must. Both have the advantage of beginning on their own. Only a Pharmacists, needs to obtain their Pharmacy License and can begin their own medical store.

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Ans. Yes, you can.

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Account Name: Jaipur Rural Health and Development Trust

Bank: State Bank of India

Branch: Vidhyadhar Nagar, Jaipur

Account No.: 61153646976

IFSC Code: SBIN0031763

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