The selection will be on the basis of GPAT Examination (Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test) for non-sponsored candidates and entrance test conducted by the University (PGCET) for sponsored and self-supporting candidates. Admission is either through GPAT / PGCET counseling or by enrollment with Mother Teresa Pharmacy College, Kothuru, sathupally, Khammam distict Telangana.
The following certificates / documents have to be submitted along with duly filled Application form.
The M.Pharm degree is a four semester programme. In the first two semesters, the students are required to study all the papers prescribed, while the last two semesters are devoted entirely to research work. The course has been structured to make the students capable of facing the challenges in the industry. Experienced staff members train the students in well equipped laboratories with state of the art technology. Pharmaceutical Chemistry section is engaged in research including synthesis and/or analysis of new, potent and safe drug molecules. Pharmaceutics section is involved in the development of drug delivery systems and product development of pharmaceutical dosage forms. Research projects in the field of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics are also being taken up. Pharmacology section conducts research in psychopharmacology, metabolic disorders and exploring the pharmacological potential of medicinal plants. The main areas of research in Pharmacognosy are standardization, isolation, characterization and identification of phytoconsituents along with biological screening of extracts/ phytoconstituents and development of herbal formulations.
Bachelor of Pharmacy/Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences with atleast 55% (50% for SC Candidates of Haryana) marks.
Admission will be based on valid GPAT merit. When sufficient GPAT qualified candiates are not available, admission may be given to non-GPAT candidates on academic merit of qualifying examination.
Note:- Fellowship is available to the candidates with valid GPAT Score subject to the receipt of fellowship from AICTE.