B. Pharm graduates should be able to.
Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge on chemical, physical and biological sciences appropriate
to professional practice in community, hospital, clinical pharmacy settings, pharmaceutical
industries and research institutes. Also, they should be able to provide knowledge on legal and
administrative aspects, codes of practice, ethics and development of the profession of pharmacy.
Practice as a professional pharmacist in hospital, community pharmacy settings or function
effectively as a pharmacy professional in a variety of pharmacy related professional settings
including drug manufacturing, regulation, distribution, marketing, research and pharmacy
Apply knowledge of basic scientific principles to resolve practical problems, create new
inventions, collect, analyse and interpret data.
- Communicate effectively in writing and speaking with the community, patients, co-workers,
institutes and stakeholders and disseminate knowledge and information through advanced research,
scientific writing and presentations.
- Exploit different state of the art information technology tools for the benefit of the pharmacy
profession and stakeholders.
- Be assertive, proactive, compassionate and possess interpersonal skills to interact with
co-workers & other diverse societies and show effective leadership qualities to lead the
profession to meet the national and global requirements and latest advancement in technology.
- Be committed to the pharmacy profession, uphold professional norms and ethics and uplift the
pharmaceutical care process.
- Be a lifelong learner and be involved in continuing professional development and professional