D-Pharma Diploma

Diploma in Pharmacy

2 Year Program
4-5Lac Avg Package

About Program

Explore a world of opportunities in pharmaceutical sciences at Sanskaram College of Pharmacy, offering a distinguished DPharmacy program. Our curriculum is meticulously designed to provide a deep understanding of pharmaceutical principles, drug formulation, quality assurance, and patient care. With state-of-the-art labs, experienced faculty, and industry partnerships, we ensure hands-on learning and exposure to the latest advancements in the field. Prepare for a rewarding career in pharmacy, where you can make a significant impact on healthcare through your knowledge in drug research, manufacturing, and distribution.

Learning Objectives

Gain comprehensive knowledge of pharmaceutical sciences, including drug composition and effects.
Develop practical skills in drug formulation, quality control, and patient care.
Understand the regulatory aspects of the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare.
Prepare for a rewarding career in pharmacy and contribute to advancements in healthcare through your expertise.


  • Completion of 10+2 education with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics).
  • Fulfillment of minimum qualifying marks criteria as per institute norms.
  • Clearing any required entrance examinations for admission.
  • Meeting any additional requirements set by the institution.


  • Opportunities in pharmaceutical companies, drug research, and development.
  • Roles in drug manufacturing, quality assurance, and regulatory compliance.
  • Engagement in hospital and retail pharmacy settings.
  • Career growth in academia, pharmaceutical marketing, and healthcare consulting.
  • Pathways for specialization and further studies in pharmacy.


2 Year 4 Semester
D Pharma 1st Sem Book
D Pharma 1st Sem Book2
First quiz
Basic understanding of D Pharma.
2nd Assignments
Final Lesson
First quiz


The DPharmacy program is typically a two-year course.
Graduates can pursue careers in drug manufacturing, quality control, research, retail pharmacy, and further studies in pharmacy-related fields.
Yes, graduates can work as pharmacists in various settings like hospitals, retail pharmacies, and pharmaceutical companies.