Harsha College of Pharmacy
No.193/4, Harsha Hospital Campus, Sondekoppa circle, NH4, Nelamangala, Bangalore-562123
Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)
Harsha College of Pharmacy aims to provide quality education to the students. The college, started by Sri Srinivasa Charitable Trust, aims to train students to meet the real-world challenges in the field of pharmacy.
The students seeking admission in this college can opt for Bachelor of physiotherapy, Diploma courses. The college does not only have students from India but all over the world.
The faculty members of the college are highly qualified in the field of pharmacy. The students are encouraged to expand their base of knowledge to excel in their careers.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
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Harsha College of Pharmacy aims to impart the best education reliable with the trending world that will enable the students to succeed. Other facilities provided by the college are:
Library: The college library has more than 3000 books on pharmacy, international medical journals, and digital library facilities available on the campus for the students.
Hostel: There are separate hostels maintained for boys and girls with full-time warden, security and telephone facility on each floor.
Placement: The college provides placement in various top hospitals and pharmaceutical companies.
Transport: The college provides well-managed transport facilities to various parts of the cities to the students.
The graduates of Harsha College of Pharmacy can become:
Work in any Pharmaceutical Industry
Harsha College of Pharmacy is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Karnataka.
Pharm.D’s course duration is 6 years. The academic period lasts for 5 years. 1 year is dedicated to the internship. B.Pharm’s course duration is 4 years. All four years consist of academic programs only. An internship is not present in this program.
A Degree in Pharmacy offers prospects for research careers in academia, industry, the scientific civil service and hospitals. You can work in the product management side of the industry or in areas such as marketing and medical information, acting as the link between pharmaceutical companies and doctors and patients.
No. A pharmacist serves two purposes: dispensing prescriptions and clinical (non-dispensing) work. Pharmacists can't prescribe medicines, which is entitled only to medical doctors who are authorized to do so. Pharmacists are experts in supplying medication which includes course selecting and counting pills, but also checking that the doctor has not made errors.
Sondekoppa Circle Nelamangala stop is the nearest bus station to Harsha College of Pharmacy.