Diploma in Pharmacy is actually a short-range course for aspirants who want to begin their career within the field of pharmacy. Rather than doing long term courses in pharmacy domain, D. Pharmacy course is actually the most ideal choice for the student who wants a fast start in their pharmacy career. Pursuing D. Pharm are often a decent starting to understand the fundamentals of pharmacy programme and so pursue advanced courses like B. Pharm & Pharm.D.

Diploma In Pharmacy Covers Fundamental Pharmacy Education includingDiploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharma) Course Syllabus, Fees, and College

  • theoretical & practical concepts of biochemistry,
  • the application of chemistry within the pharma industry,
  • pharmacology and 
  • toxicology.

This Diploma enables the students to study about various different chemical salts, their use in medicine and their application. This particular programme holds fine importance within the pharmaceutical industry.


THE course fees for D.Pharm. may vary based on the University/colleges you opt to enroll in for the course. The average course fees for the course are INR 45,000 to 1, 00,000 each year.


Minimum eligibility qualification for admission into the Diploma in Pharmacy in any college is 10+2 level of education in science stream, from a recognized educational board. A minimum aggregate score of 35% (Passing marks) at the 10+2 level is additionally necessary. Every university or college have a different cut-off percentage of marks for eligibility. The minimum age limit eligibility for this course is 17 years. The basis selection Process for this course is either Merit-Based or an entrance examination.

Subjects Required in 10+2 examination to be eligible for this course is Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects together with Mathematics or Biology. After this course some advanced options of study are B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Pharm.D.


Admission in D. Pharm. is completed on the basis of entrance exams conducted by universities that offer this course or through state-level diploma entrance tests. Here are a number of the entrances exams in Delhi-NCR which require to clear to qualify for admission into the course are:

1. Uttar Pradesh State entrance examination [UPSEE]

2. Delhi Common Entrance Test (Delhi CET)

Aspiring candidates must have passed class 12th exams with science so as to take admission in this course. Variety of institutes also offer direct admissions to D. Pharm. courses i.e. without conducting entrance or state level exams.


1st Year

  • Pharmaceutics-1
  • Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry-1
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Health Education and Community Pharmacy

2nd Year

  • Pharmaceutics-2
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Drug Store and Business Management
  • Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
  • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry-2


Under the Pharmacy Act, The D.Pharm. course provides a authorised or registered pharmacy qualification for practicing the profession of pharmacy. Many D.Pharm. graduates pursue careers in a hospital or community pharmacy where they’re directly involved in the working of patient care in partnership with physicians. Pharmacists are the key person to dispense the medication to the patient which needs special registration status from government of India.

D. Pharm course graduates are eligible to open an online pharmacy which is actually a demanding business in India in the field of pharmacy. The course aims to completely train qualified candidates-

  • to fill orders under a pharmacist’s supervision,
  • identify prescriptions,
  • enter patient’s information, and process paperwork for orders,
  • understand as well as apply drug and medical terminology, and basic pharmacology.

Let’s talk about Cambrige College, our diploma course curriculum is designed to teach students to understand:-

  • pharmacy practices,
  • drug dosage calculations,
  • regularly used pharmacy computer systems,
  • compounding,
  • procedures

For more information about D.Pharm. course contact Cambridge College or visit our website.