Apollo University Launches B. Pharma Programme to Meet Growing Healthcare Demands

The Apollo University, under the Apollo Hospitals Group, introduces a new Bachelor of Pharmacy programme. Targeting future leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, it offers a comprehensive curriculum integrating theoretical knowledge and practical training. The programme aims to develop competent, socially responsible pharmacists poised to contribute significantly to healthcare.

PTI | Chittoor | Updated: 08-06-2024 15:06 IST | Created: 08-06-2024 15:06 IST
Apollo University Launches B. Pharma Programme to Meet Growing Healthcare Demands
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The Apollo University, renowned for its commitment to educational excellence and innovation, has unveiled its latest academic addition: the Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) programme. This launch marks a significant step in the university's mission to develop future leaders in the pharmaceutical industry.

With soaring global demand for skilled pharmacy professionals, The Apollo University, backed by the Apollo Hospitals Group, recognizes the urgency to provide students with essential knowledge and expertise. The B. Pharma programme is meticulously crafted to give students a broad understanding of pharmaceutical sciences, ranging from pharmacology to regulatory affairs, ensuring they are well-prepared for the industry's modern challenges and opportunities.

The Apollo Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (AIPS) aims to cultivate the next generation of pharmaceutical scientists, researchers, and academicians. The four-year programme at The Apollo University stands out for its interdisciplinary approach that merges theoretical learning with practical experiences. Students will benefit from state-of-the-art laboratories, cutting-edge research facilities, and strong industry partnerships, which will facilitate their transition into the workforce.

AIPS has been sanctioned by the Government of Andhra Pradesh to enroll 60 students, with 35% of seats reserved under the Government quota for 2023-2024. The industry-centric curriculum emphasizes ethics, professionalism, and social responsibility, ensuring graduates are well-equipped to make meaningful contributions to society. As the pharmaceutical industry continues to evolve, The Apollo University remains dedicated to preparing its students for future challenges and opportunities.

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