Courses Offered

Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharmacy)
Specialization : Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology
Duration of Course : 02 years
Number of seats : 60
Pharmaceutics : 30
Pharmaceuitcal Analysis : 30
Convenor Quota : 22
Management Quota : 8
Course Fee : 1,10,000 /- Per Annum
Eligibility for the course :

  M.Pharmacy is a two year Post Graduate course. The first year comprises of study of coursework in two semesters. The second year is a research project work. At the end of second year the project work will be submitted in the form of thesis to Osmania University through the college.

Sahasra College of Pharmacy offers the M. Pharmacy Course in the following specializations:
  • • M.Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics)
  • • M.Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Analysis)
  • • M. Pharmacy (Pharmacology)

 To get admission into M.Pharmacy course the candidate must pass B.Pharmacy from a recognized university. Admissions into M.Pharmacy courses will be through web counseling based on GPAT and TS PGECET rank. 70% of seats are filled through the GPAT and TS PGECET ranks by the Convenor and 30% seats are filled by the management, based on the merit at TS PGECET rank or B.Pharmacy marks percentage or as per the State government prescribed rules from time to time. The reservation in admissions is as per the State Government Reservation policy.


Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharmacy)

Candidates who have passed 10+2 examination of Telangana State Board or an equivalent examination of any other approved board or university with not less than 40% marks(minimum eligibility should be based...


Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharmacy)

The requirement for admission is a B. Pharmacy degree from any recognised university of India with a minimum of 55% marks (aggregate of 4 years). For SC / ST / Category-I candidates, the prescribed percentage of marks will be 50% of the maximum marks in the qualifying ...

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D.)

The duration of the course shall be six academic years (five years of study and one year of internship or residency) full time with each academic year spread over a period of not less than two hundred working days. The period of six years duration is divided into two phases; ...