School of Pharmacy
The School of Pharmacy of BBDU which has gained the reputation of being the best pharmacy college in Lucknow is dedicated entirely to teaching and research in pharmaceutical sciences; possessing top rated teaching & research quality profile with the object of imparting quality pharmacy education in India.
To nurture future professionals who, apart from having top-of-the-chain knowledge, truly understand the moral responsibility on their shoulders and their duty towards the society!
To provide excellent education in a stimulating environment where knowledge of basic subjects is integrated with health concerns for the world community. The program teaches professional ethics, social responsibility, professional citizenship and commitment to life long learning. Students are prepared in chemical, biological, physical and clinical sciences that underline pharmacy.
The School offers undergraduate Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy and four postgraduate Master’s in Pharmacy courses, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy & Pharmacology.The School of Pharmacy is an approved centre for research i.e. Doctoral Degree Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical science).
The School was formerly affiliated to UPTU. The Jury for the UPTU Academic Excellence Award conferred upon us, membership of the star performers circle for its superior overall performance in the pharmacy programme for the third consecutive session.
The pharmacy programme has been getting recognition for its efforts to enrich the quality of education every time since the inception of the Awards. It has built a reputation of being one of the finest Pharmacy colleges, and it is our constant endeavour to live up to this expectation. There is an ever growing demand for highly skilled pharmacy professionals in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
(No. of admissions approved by P.C.I. – 100)
The science of pharmacy imparts of the knowledge of preparation and distribution of medicinal drugs. From giving away the prescribed medicine to monitoring its doses, from preparing the drugs to suggesting alternatives, and to finally suggesting some medicines themselves, pharmacists are those undervalued, integral parts of the global health chain without whom the whole cycle of healthcare can come to a standstill.
The importance of all pharmacists lies in what they do, because it is their duty to make sure that:
- the drugs are available for and to the patients;
- only the prescribed drugs are reaching the patients;
- for those who can’t afford to run to a doctor every time, they can provide medicines for not-so-serious things;
- alternatives are also available and that they have the knowledge for it;
- no wrong use of drugs occur;
- they can prepare drugs in case of required attention to individuals.