Raman College of Pharmacy
Raman College of Pharmacy, C/O Bethal Academy, Preethi Nagar, Near Laggere Bridge, Bangalore-560 058
Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) Government of Karnataka
Raman College of Pharmacy is a private college offering Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) course in Bangalore. It was set up in 1985 by Bhavani Working Women Welfare Trust. The total intake for D.Pharm is 60 per year.
The institute 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). The students can take admissions to Raman College of Pharmacy through the Karnataka CET exam.
The college aims to provide quality pharmacy education to the students. The graduates of the college are moulded to become professional pharmacists who would secure the patients and also show affection.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Raman College of Pharmacy aims to impart knowledge that ensures professional development of a student. The facilities provided by the college are:
- Lecture Hall: The college provides lecture halls with all the latest teaching and learning facilities.
- Labs: The labs of the college are fully equipped with modern technologies.
- Library: The college provides an organised library that has all the books that are required by the students to study pharmacy at Raman College of Pharmacy.
- Computer Centre: The college has an IT department that provides all the latest technology and internet services for educational purposes.
The graduates of Raman College of Pharmacy can become:
- Drug Store Chemist
- Pharmacist Assistant
PCI stands for Pharmacy Council of India. It is the regulatory body for colleges offering pharmacy education.
Yes, Raman College of Pharmacy is recognised by PCI.
Raman College of Pharmacy is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.
Raman College of Pharmacy offers the Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) course.
To pursue D. Pharm, candidates need to complete their 10+2 education from any of the recognised boards in India.
Raman College of Pharmacy admit students only through the Karnataka CET.
Laboratories at Raman College of Pharmacy are fully-equipped with the latest technologies and help students to apply their theoretical knowledge in a practical way.
Pharmacy professionals in India earn an average of Rs. 4 lakh to Rs. 6 lakh per annum.
Raman College of Pharmacy’s library provides pharmacy resources from all over the country and world. It caters to the needs of the students for all kinds of information.