D.Pharma Vs. B.Pharma: Which Is Better Pharmacy Career in 2021 | Noteskarts

D.Pharma Vs. B. Pharma: Which Is Better Pharmacy Career in 2021 | Noteskarts

As we know in the last few years there has been a lot of demand for D.Pharma and B.Pharma. In such a situation, the student who has passed 12th and thinks about what lies ahead, then definitely thinks about D.Pharma & B.Pharma somewhere. But he has confusion whether to do D.Pharma or to do B.Pharma. In view of all those problems, the Noteskarts team has written this post so that you can understand very easily.

What is Pharmacy :-

Pharmacy is the branch of medical science in which we study about the Drug Preparation, Preservation, Distribution or dispensing and handling of the drugs.
The term “Pharmacy” was coined by the Greek word “pharmakon” meaning ‘Medicine’ or “drug’. Pharmacy refers to the healthcare profession that’s correlate with the both fields of Health science as well as chemistry. It is defined as the profession of the Act science and economics of discovery and preparation from natural and synthetic sources drugs and non-drugs materials needed for the prevention management and treatment of diseases in man and animals.

Golden Key Points:-

 In Baghdad the First pharmacies, or drug, stores, were established in 754 under the Abbasid caliphate during the islamic golden age.
 Father of Pharmacy recognised as “William Procter, Jr. He was a practitioner and professor (Also knows Father of modern Pharmacy)
 Father of Indian Pharmacy recognised as “Mahadeva Lal Schroff” the most interesting fact is that the first did engineering at the faculty of engineering of the Hindu University of Banaras (BHU).
 In India the first Pharmacy open in 1811 by Scotch M Bathgate in Kolkata. This was the beginning of Pharmacy practice in the India.

Pharmacy course after 12th science in that There are different Types of courses:-

• D.Pharma
• B.Pharma
• M.Pharma

Course NameEligibilityDurationAdmission



Which you can do after 12th.

PCM/PCB both subject are eligible.


2 Year




Some private colleges take direct admission.


Government  college or good college take admission on the basis of entrance.

Exam name – JEECUP





Which you can do after 12th.

PCM/PCB both subject are eligible.

4 YearDirect

Some private colleges take direct admission


Exam name – NTA UPCET

And other university Conduct Exam



B.Pharma (Lateral)After D.Pharma

Pass D.Pharma with 50-55% mark.





3 Year


Exam name – NTA UPCET

And other university Conduct Exam


But you can apply for B.Pharma Lateral Entry Apply Paper 7.




Not only 50% in B pharmacy needed but also GPAT qualified you should.

M.Pharma in that not only we have to select a particular subject to study but also have do masters in that.

2 YearAlso GPAT qualified you should.


Subject:- All Subject Charts

D.Pharma 1st yearB.Pharma 1st yearM.Pharma
  • Pharmaceutics-I
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Health Education & community pharmacy


  1. Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory
  2. Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory
  3. Pharmaceutics I – Theory
  4. Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory
  5. Communication skills – Theory
  6. Remedial Biology/ Remedial Mathematics – Theory*
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical
  • Pharmaceutics I – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Practical
  • Communication skills – Practical
  • Remedial Biology – Practical


  1. Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory
  2. Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory
  3. Biochemistry – Theory
  4. Pathophysiology – Theory
  5. Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory *
  6. Environmental sciences – Theory *
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II –Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Practical
  • Biochemistry – Practical
  • Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical*



  1. Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory
  2. Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory
  3. Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
  4. Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering –Practical



  1. Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory
  2. Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
  3. Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory
  4. Pharmacology I – Theory
  5. Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical
  • Pharmacology I – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Practical



  1. Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory
  2. Industrial PharmacyI– Theory
  3. Pharmacology II – Theory
  4. Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory
  5. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory
  • Industrial PharmacyI – Practical
  • Pharmacology II – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II – Practical



  1. Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory
  2. Pharmacology III – Theory
  3. Herbal Drug Technology – Theory
  4. Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics – Theory
  5. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory
  6. Quality Assurance –Theory
  • Medicinal chemistry III – Practical
  • Pharmacology III – Practical
  • Herbal Drug Technology – Practical



  1. Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory
  2. Industrial PharmacyII – Theory
  3. Pharmacy Practice – Theory
  4. Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Practical
  • Practice School*



Biostatistics and Research Methodology

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

Pharma Marketing Management


Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals

Computer Aided Drug Design

Cell and Molecular Biology

Cosmetic Science

Experimental Pharmacology

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques

Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals

Project Work


B.Pharma syllabus :- Click 




Clinical pharmacy

Quality Assurance

Industrial pharmacy -new subject available.


Scope and Job

  1. Industrial Pharmacy: It is a branch of Pharmacy in which we study about manufacturing development marketing and distribution of drugs, Products including quality assurance.
  1. Community Pharmacy: It is also called Retail or Pharmacy which is provide the services directly to the Public.
  1. Wholesale Pharmacy: In this Pharmacy distribution purchase large quantities of medications at low price and sell them profit to small pharmacies or Retail pharmacies.
  1. Hospital Pharmacy: It is pharmacies which provide the services in the Hospital.
  2. Nuclear Pharmacy: It is also known as Radio Pharmacy. It involves preparation of radioactive materials for diagnosis and treating the patient.
  1. Health Pharmacy System: It is a Pharmacy which provides the rich opportunities to help improve patient care and patient health. It also conduct many health related Programmers.


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