Internship Details

Hospital Internship - For D.Pharm Student 3 Month just after II Year Examination

Upon completion of the Part-II examination for the Diploma in Pharmacy, accredited by the Pharmacy Council of India or equivalent approved bodies, students are eligible for practical training in various institutions:

  1. Hospitals/Dispensaries operated by Central/State Governments.
  2. Pharmacies and Chemist establishments licensed under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940.
  3. Drugs manufacturing units compliant with the Drugs and Cosmetics Act and its rules.

Training institutions must adhere to specific guidelines: a maximum of two student pharmacists per registered pharmacist, with adjustments for additional registered pharmacists. Institutions not falling under these categories require recognition by the Pharmacy Council of India.

During the internship, students gain practical experience in:

  • Managing pharmaceutical apparatus.
  • Interpreting and transcribing prescriptions, including dosage verification.
  • Dispensing prescriptions using various administration methods.
  • Proper storage of drugs and medical preparations.

The internship spans a minimum of three months, comprising at least 500 hours, with a mandatory 250 hours dedicated to prescription dispensation. Prior to commencement, candidates must complete a ‘Practical Training Contract Form for qualification as a Pharmacist’, overseen by the head of their academic institution and the designated Apprentice Master.

Upon satisfactory completion, the Apprentice Master certifies the training in triplicate Contract Forms, submitted to the academic institution for validation. This certification marks the successful culmination of the Diploma in Pharmacy (Part-III) course.

For B.Pharm – 45 Days + 45 Days two times during entire Courses duration in different key area of hospital .

As part of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) curriculum, students are required to undergo structured hospital internships to gain practical exposure in diverse healthcare settings. This internship spans a total of 90 days, divided into two periods of 45 days each, to be completed at different key areas within hospitals.

The objective of these internships is to equip B.Pharm students with hands-on experience and specialized knowledge in various aspects of hospital operations. During their tenure, students engage in:

  • Clinical Pharmacy: Observing and participating in patient care activities, including medication therapy management and patient counseling.

  • Pharmacy Administration: Learning about hospital pharmacy management, inventory control, and regulatory compliance.

  • Clinical Research: Assisting in clinical trials, data collection, and analysis under the supervision of experienced researchers.

  • Specialty Units: Rotations through specialized units such as oncology, cardiology, pediatrics, and intensive care units (ICUs) to understand specific pharmaceutical requirements and patient care protocols.

These internships are designed to provide B.Pharm students with a comprehensive understanding of pharmaceutical practices within healthcare settings, preparing them for future roles as competent pharmacists contributing effectively to patient care and health outcomes.

Industry Training essential for Bachelor Student of Pharmacy with duration of one Month

As an integral component of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) curriculum, industry training plays a crucial role in preparing students for professional roles in the pharmaceutical sector. This training is mandatory and spans a duration of one month, strategically scheduled during the course duration.

Key objectives of the industry training include:


  1. Hands-on Experience: Students acquire practical skills and insights into pharmaceutical manufacturing processes, quality control procedures, and regulatory compliance within real-world industrial settings.

  2. Exposure to Industry Practices: Gain exposure to modern pharmaceutical technologies, equipment, and methodologies employed in drug development, production, and distribution.

  3. Application of Theoretical Knowledge: Bridge the gap between classroom learning and practical application by applying theoretical knowledge to industry-specific challenges and scenarios.

  4. Professional Development: Enhance professionalism, teamwork, and communication skills essential for effective collaboration within the pharmaceutical industry.

  5. Career Exploration: Provide students with an opportunity to explore various career paths within the pharmaceutical industry, helping them make informed career choices post-graduation.

The industry training program is designed to ensure that B.Pharm graduates are well-prepared to meet the evolving demands of the pharmaceutical sector, equipped with both theoretical knowledge and practical expertise essential for successful professional careers.