Pharmacy Council changes Admission process 2016

Pharmacy Council changes Admission process 2016. The associations who helmed various types of Pharmacy courses have fallen prey to the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). If we focus on the recent notification of the PCI then such associations won’t be able to be a law onto itself. On the other hand, the no. of seats too will reduce by half. According to the new officials of PCI, the maximum seats for the PG courses will now be 15 instead of 18 and the associations won’t be able to conduct the other shifts.

Pharmacy Council changes Admission process 2016

Not only this but the permission of PCI will also be mandatory for the PG courses. The associations who were taking the advantage of the rules of AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education) and PCI so far and were also being a law onto itself now won’t be able to do the same from the upcoming session. Now the admissions will be provided to the candidates on the 100 seats in the graduation courses instead of 120.

If we talk about Uttarakhand then the Pharma associations here are providing admissions in the courses of PG like Pharmasutics, Pharma Chemistry, Pharmacollagy, Pharmacognosy and Quality Insurance. The associations were admissions on minimum 18 seats and maximum 36 seats so far. The admissions are given on the total of 3500 seats in the state.

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A few days later this estimates will reduce by 50%. Here is a good news for those students who use to do Post Graduation and PhD in the field of Pharmacy. These candidates will not get more scholarship than the fees. AICTE has recently increased the price in the scholarship. Earlier the candidates were given Rs.8000/month of scholarship but now it will be Rs.12400.

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