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Late Smt. Hanjabai Gahlot Charitable Trust’s

GAHLOT INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY

Approved By Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi

Affiliated to University of Mumbai, MUMBAI

Approved By Maharashtra State Board Of Technical Education, Mumbai (MSBTE)

Latest Announcement : 

2022 Fees for D-Pharm 72,000/- Per Year B. Pharm Fees per year 108000/- M-Pharm Quality Assurance Fees per Year 37000/-

Admissions

Eligibility

Diploma in pharmay: (Eligibility as per DTE norms)

Candidates should have passed HSC with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of subjects Mathematics or Biology (Botany and Zoology)

First Year Bachelor of Pharmacy: (Eligibility as per CET cell)

For Centralized Admission: Passed HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Mathematics with 45% marks (40% backward class candidates from Maharashtra) appeared for the Maharashtra Pharmacy Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET 2022) conducted by competent authority and non-zero score in subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology added together at MHT-CET 2022.For admission under institute level: Eligibility is same as above. Admission will be strictly as per the merit list of the candidates.

Direct Second Year Bachelor of Pharmacy (Lateral Entry): Eligibility as per CET cell)

The Candidate should have passed post HSC Diploma (with 45 % for open and 40% for backward category)) course in pharmacy approved by Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) (Eligibility as per DTE norms)

Master of Pharmacy (Quality Assurance): (Eligibility as per CET cell)

Candidates should have passed bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from a PCI approved institution with at least 55 % marks (At least 50% marks in case backward class category belonging to Maharashtra state only)

AND

Should have obtained score in GPAT- 2022 (Refer to DTE website-www.dte.org.in for latest notifications)

List of Certificates / Letters to be produced at the time of admission

First Year Diploma in Pharmacy

For Open Category

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • School Leaving/ College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)

For Candidates Other than Open Categoty

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • School Leaving/ College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)
  • Caste Certificate
  • Caste Validity Certificate
  • Non-Creamy layer certificate (NT/NT-2/ NT-3/ /OBC/ SBC) (Current Year valid till March 2023)
  • Migration Certificate (OHU) (Eligibility Certificate)
  • (Any other state) (University)
  • For Defense Service Certificate (Proforma - C)

First Year Bachelor of Pharmacy

For Open Category

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • CET Score Card
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • School Leaving/ College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)

For Candidates Other than Open Categoty

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • CET Score Card
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • School Leaving/ College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)
  • Caste Certificate
  • Caste Validity Certificate
  • Non-Creamy layer certificate (NT/NT-2/ NT-3/ /OBC/ SBC) (Current Year valid till March 2023)
  • Migration Certificate (OHU) (Eligibility Certificate)
  • (Any other state) (University)
  • For Defense Service Certificate (Proforma - C)

First Year Master of Pharmacy

For Open Category

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • All Degree mark sheet
  • GPAT Score card
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)

For Candidates Other than Open Categoty

  • S. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Mark sheet
  • H. S. C. Passing Certificate
  • All Degree Certificate
  • GPAT Score card
  • Allotment letter from DTE
  • College leaving current Year.
  • Indian Nationality Certificate (Compulsory)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Gap Certificate (if required)
  • Caste Certificate
  • 12.Caste Validity Certificate
  • Non-Creamy layer certificate (NT/NT-2/ NT-3/ /OBC/ SBC) (Current Year valid till March 2023)
  • Migration Certificate (OHU) (Eligibility Certificate)
  • (Any other state) (University)
  • For Defence Service Certificate (Proforma - C)

RAGGING IS A PUNISHABLE OFFENCE. ANY SUCH ACT WILL BE TREATED AS BREACH OF DISCIPLINE AND THE STUDENT WILL BE EXPELLED FROM THE COLLEGE.

Discipline

  • Every student is responsible to the college and should take utmost care of the college premises and property.
  • Any damage done to the property of the college is to be compensated either individually or collectively.
  • Any damage to the college building furniture and fixtures by the students shall be treated as breach of discipline.
  • Students should be regular and punctual. Appropriate action will be taken against late comers.
  • Student will not be allowed to skip any lecture of the day. They are not supposed to loiter in the college corridors or play when the Lectures/Practical’s are in progress.
  • Smoking and use of tobacco in any form are strictly prohibited in the college premises.
  • Cell phone should be switched off in the college campus.
  • No student shall collect any money without the written permission of the Principal.
  • No student is allowed to indulge in any political activity or in any activities detrimental to the interest of the college.
  • No progress, meeting, gathering or picnic will be conducted without the written approval of the principal. No notice shall be put up on the notice board, without the written permission of the principal.

Identity Card

Every bonafide student shall obtain identity card carrying his/her latest photograph and bearing the signature of the principal, which should be collected immediately after admission. This card must be produced whenever demanded by teaching and non-teaching staff. In case of loss of identity card, it should be reported to the college office immediately. A duplicate identity card can be obtained by paying an amount of Rs.100/-

Railway and Bus Concession

Student’s age below 25 years can avail of this concession from the college office by filling the railway concession form. Bus concession can also be duly availed.

Schedule of the Course

In order to obtain the B. Pharm / M. Pharm Degree candidate is required to pass eight / four semesters, respectively. All the examinations will be conducted by University of Mumbai. There is periodic test in each semester for theory as well as for practical.

To ensure uniform attention of the students to their work throughout the course of their study, the marks at each of the above-mentioned examinations are awarded jointly on the basis of the semester examination (75%) and periodic tests (25%).

To pass each semester, the candidate must obtain at least

  • 50 % of marks in each theory head
  • 50% of marks in each practical head and
  • 50% of total marks assigned to whole examination.
  • Degree will be awarded to the candidates who have passed all eight semesters.

Percentage of marks and performance

Percentage of Marks ObtainedLetter GradeGrade PointPerformance
90.00 - 100.00O10Outstanding
80.00 - 89.99A9Excellent
70.00 - 79.99B8Good
60.00 - 69.99C7Fair
50.00 - 59.99D6Average
Less than 50F0Fail

Admission to the Course/Programme

A candidate shall not be admitted to the course/programme of Diploma in Pharmacy (part I of the course/programme) affiliated by the Board, unless he/she has passed the qualifying examination or an equivalent examination as prescribed by the competent authority for admission to the course/programme in the state of Maharashtra and fulfills the other conditions prescribed for the admission to the course/programme.

Examinations

There shall be two examinations, Diploma in Pharmacy, (Part-I), to examine candidates in the first year course/programme and Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-II), to examine candidates in the second year course/programme. Each examination may be held twice every year. The first examination in a year shall be the annual examination and second examination shall be supplementary examination of the Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-I) or Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-II), as the case may be. The examination shall be of written and Practical (including oral) nature as indicated in the table in the regulation 10 of the Education Regulation 91 framed by the Pharmacy Council of India.RP-3

Eligibility for Award of Diploma in Pharmacy

A candidate to be eligible for award of Diploma in Pharmacy shall have to pass Diploma in Pharmacy Part-I (First year) and Diploma in Pharmacy Part-II (Final year) consisting of the course of study given in chapter II of the Education Regulation - 91, prescribed by Pharmacy Council of India.

Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-III) consisting of practical training and the certificate of having completed satisfactorily the apprenticeship period as provided in Chapter III of the Education Regulation - 91 prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India.

Teaching and Examination Scheme

The teaching and examination scheme of Diploma in Pharmacy shall be as prescribed under chapter II of the Education Regulation, 91 of Pharmacy Council of India and adopted by the Board, subject to such revision and modification made from time to time by Pharmacy Council of India.

The examination in various subjects/courses may include

  • Theory
  • Practical (by using software – wherever applicable) including sessional examinations as per Educational Regulation 1991 and ER 1996.

M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance)

In semester I Learners of all branches will take 5 subjects irrespective of their area of specialization in M. Pharm. The Evaluation pattern for every subject will be 20 marks for continuous internal assessment (CIA) and 80 marks for the end semester examination. The 20 marks for CIA will be divided into 5 marks for attendance and 15 marks for a sessional test held mild semester.

Every will deliver a Seminar. This will evaluated at the college level by a committee consisting of the Principal and faculty of the department in which the student will be doing his research work.

In second semester, there will be one common paper (Biostatistics and Research Methodology) and a practical (Experimental Technique in Pharmaceutical Science) for all the branches of specialization. Each branch of specialization will also have two core subjects in the branch of specialization and two choice-based subjects that may be selected from the list of choice based subjects specified in the syllabus.

The ESE in the experimental technique in Pharmaceutical science will be conducted by the college/institution on behalf of the university.

Industrial Training and Placement

As per the curriculum one month training program for third year B. Pharm students is arranged in various pharmaceutical companies.

Industrial visits are also organized for the students.

Campus interviews are also arranged for Final Year B. Pharm students

Government Fees Concession

Central Government Scholarship : Minority scholarship (MOMA)

State Government Scholarship : Minority scholarship

State Government Scholarship : Economically Backward Class

Social Justification Department Scholarship (State): SC, ST, VJNT, OBC, SBC.