Mallige College of Pharmacy
Mallige College of Pharmacy, # 71, Silvepura, Chikkabanavara Post, Bangalore: 560 090
Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
The Mallige College of Pharmacy is a part of the Mallige Education Foundation. The educational wing of Mallige Group runs two multispecialty hospitals in Bangalore. It was established in 2006.
There is no shortage of job opportunities for pharmacy degree holders as you can start a business of dispensing medicines or get hired by pharma or research firms right after your education.
Past and existing students have rated the college for its infrastructure and also for the fact that it’s run by a hospital group where they get real-world knowledge about patients and their needs.
The institute offers courses from diploma to doctorate and is affiliated with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) and recognised by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) and All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
All admissions to Mallige College of Pharmacy are through marks obtained in Karnataka CET.
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
|KCET||Karnataka Common Entrance Test|
|PGCET||Post Graduate Common Entrance Test|
Mallige College of Pharmacy aims to impart knowledge that ensures the professional development of a student. The facilities provided by the college are:
- Library: The college library has a huge stock of books that can be borrowed by the students for educational purposes.
- Labs: The college has a computer laboratory which are equipped with the latest computers and high-speed internet for the students to use for education purpose.
- Seminar Hall: The college seminar halls are well-equipped with learning aids for students.
- Hostel: The college provides hostels with all the basic amenities.
The graduates of Mallige College of Pharmacy can become:
- Drug Store Chemist
- Pharmacist Assistant
Mallige College of Pharmacy is owned by Mallige Education Foundation, the academic division of Mallige Hospitals, one of Bangalore’s popular hospital groups. The college was established in 2006.
The infrastructure is pretty good. Mallige Hospital has spared no expenses in putting in place a good infrastructure at the college.
The college follows the government fixed fee structure and these can vary every year. Continue to check our website for the latest fee details of every course and college.
All pharmacy courses and colleges in Karnataka are regulated by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), so there is an entrance test that is conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) to admit students to pharmacy courses
Research facilities exist and you can research a topic of your choice.