Welcome to Unity College of Pharmacy



Pharmacy courses are the health profession that play a vital role in the healthcare system, dealing especially about medicines. This course enables the students to clear doubts regarding the prescriptions given by the doctors and provide valuable advice to the patients. Pharmacists are capable of providing drug information, evaluating drugs, its usage pattern, safety and efficacy. Research and Development (R & D) in the pharmaceutical industry is advancing at a rapid speed which calls for Pharmacists with attractive financial packages in spite of the economic crisis prevailing now.

Any institution running a B.Pharmacy course should get approval from the esteemed Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi. Unity College of Pharmacy have approved from the Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi for the intake of 100.


Minimum qualification for admission to first Semester B.Pharm course:

A candidate who has undergone any of the following courses and securing not less than 45% (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories) of marks in the prescribed group subjects taken together/ aggregate marks in the qualifying examinations, as prescribed.

Students who has passed Intermediate or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry & Biology/Mathematics are eligible to admit into B.Pharmacy course.

As per the norms of state government, out of the given intake 70% of the seats will be filled with State Government (Convenor quota) and 30% of the seats will be filled under category B (Management Quota).

Student belongs to Telangana State can write the State Government Entrance Examination and if he/she qualifies in the entrance can join the course via Convenor Quota and if a student interested and not qualified in State Government Entrance examination can admit via Management Quota but after getting minimum percentage of aggregates.


The course of study for B. Pharm shall extend over a period of eight semesters (four academic years). The curricula and syllabi for the program shall be prescribed from time to time by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi and Affiliating University.


Minimum qualification for admission directly to second year of the B.Pharm course (Lateral admission):

Minimum qualification for admission directly to third semester of the B.Pharm course (Lateral admission) is as follows :

A candidate who has passed the Diploma in Pharmacy course of Educational Regulations 1991 under Pharmacy act 1948 from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India with a minimum of 50% marks in the final year examinations.

There are 10% seats will be available for the students who are admitting to B.Pharmacy 3rd semester via Lateral Entry Scheme.


Minimum qualification for admission to M.Pharm:

A Pass in the following examinations – B. Pharm Degree examination of an Indian university established by law in India from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India and has scored not less than 55 % of the maximum marks (aggregate of I, II, III and IV years / 1st to 8th semester of B Pharm or 3rd to 8th Semester of B.Pharmacy Lateral Entry).