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Eswaran K Iyer

Bombay College of Pharmacy - [BCP]

B.PHARM
BATCH : 1991


  • 10/10

    ACADEMIC
  • 10/10

    FACULTY
  • 9/10

    INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 8/10

    ACCOMMODATION
  • 9/10

    PLACEMENT
  • 9/10

    SOCIAL LIFE

Updated on 26, Nov 2015

BCP, Mumbai

THE BEST COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

  • 9.2/10Ratings

    REMARKS

    It still is among the top 5 colleges of pharmacy in India inspite of so many institutes now open in India.

  • ENTRANCE PREVIEW

    No entrance examinations were required when I passed out my Std XII examination. Admission was based on PCB score of Std XII. I also had options of MBBS with my PCB score but at that point of time (during end of 90's when i would pass out it was very easy for Pharmacy students to go to US for their Masters with full financial aid,provided they had decent scores in GRE & TOEFL.

  • FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES

    Fee structure was cheap then in 1987-1991 and was about Rs 1000-1500 for the whole year. The University exam fee was separate and used to be RS 1000 for the full year.

  • 8/10Ratings

    HOSTEL FACILITIES

    No hostel was available but there were lot of PG's available close to the college. Since students from outside mumbai were few accomodation was not a problem. Also access to hotels and other shops were close by.

  • ALUMNI

    All students passed out and seniors whom we know are all abroad and doing well in their career. The college now has an alumni which helps current batch of students in their career.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    FACULTY

    We had an excellent faculty with all professors having a passion for teaching and the basics taught were so good that they are still imbibed in our blood. The faculty was famous for their research and publications internationally as well.

  • 9 /10Ratings

    CAMPUS LIFE

    No campus life but extracurricular activities,seminars,sports competitions were held annually. We also had students from other countries like Nigeria and Iran but only 1 or 2 in a batch. There was no discrimination whats ever on any basis and we were all like one family.

  • EXAM STRUCTURE

    Exams were periodic every quarter with the final exam by the University at the end of year for theory. For practicals it was 2 exams per year.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

    The course was a yearly course comprehensively dealing with all the aspects that a pharmacist needs to know and we had practicals and theory separately. In addition the University exam was of 70 marks and 30 marks was internal assessment based on average of 3 periodic tests.

  • 9 /10Ratings

    INTERNSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES

    There were no college internships in those days but just a couple of months training to be done in the industry after completion of third year and before entry into fourth year.

  • 9 /10Ratings

    COLLEGE EVENTS

    We had freshers party,annual day,sports events,cultural activities along with lecture by known people in the industry. We also participated in the inter pharma mumbai pharmacy colleges cultural and sports festivals.

  • LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS

    Merit scholarships to top ranking students in specific subjects were available based on their performance in University exam.

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3.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

Excellent Opportunity to gain knowledge

Remarks -

Management has put a lot of systems in place but overall only 60% of it is channelized. Management needs to look after infrastructure and follow continuous Improvement program to make existing process proper.


Entrance Preview -

I got my admission through MH CET procedure. I was always interested in chemistry and its application and Pharmaceutical Sciences gives best option to explore it and get a related job profile.



4/10academic
4/10faculty
2/10infrastructure
2/10food & accom
5/10placement
3/10social life

Shubham MantriBachelor of Pharmacy [B.Pharm]Pursued Fourth Year 2016 - 2017,

Vidya Bharati Mahavidyalaya, Amravati

6.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

I appeared CAP round after Scoring 80% in diploma for getting admission in this college. So from CAP process i hot this college for B. PHARM.


Course Curriculum -

This course is based on the Pharmacy and research. All about the drug and medicine.



6/10academic
7/10faculty
5/10infrastructure
6/10food & accom
6/10placement
8/10social life

6.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

I got thriught MH CET and selected because one of the reputed and government college in Maharashtra.


Placement -

Usually no campus, but at our time and we had interivew for APEX Pharma and two candidates were selected and I was also selected.But i didnt join as i had opted for MBA.



8/10academic
8/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
1/10food & accom
5/10placement
9/10social life

6.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

After completion of HSC I had option of either going for Engineering or Pharmacy. I chose B. Pharmacy especially because of personal interest and scope of opportunities in future. B. Pharmacy course actually opens options for three future streams - Pharmaceutical Sales & marketing, Pharmaceutical R&D and Pharmaceutical Production unit jobs. Considering the growth in healthcare domain in India, I decided to opt for Pharmaceutical Sciences career.


Placement -

The job opportunities are fairly good depending upon the skillsets you acquire. When I completed the course, as the college was very new, there was no trend of campus interview and unfortunately there was no placement cell to assist students in getting jobs. However, the same initiative has been started recently and I have seen several Pharmaceutical companies visit for campus interview especially in field of production or sales & marketing. The companies like Cipla, Ranbaxy, Sun Pharma have been frequently arranging campus interviews.



7/10academic
8/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
3/10food & accom
6/10placement
7/10social life

7.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

A great experience.

Remarks -

No specific remarks as such our college is very good each teacher is friendly we can ask them our doubts whenever we want.


Entrance Preview -

I had taken MT-CET, an entrance test for pharmacy i scored 82 marks out of 200 i opted this college because i wanted to study in this college.



8/10academic
7/10faculty
7/10infrastructure
5/10food & accom
9/10placement
10/10social life

6.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Entrance Preview -

MHT-CET-128/200By CAP Round Conducted by DTE Mumbai. CET curriculum is HSC syllabus of Maharashtra State Board.


Course Curriculum -

Curriculum is of Four Year Duration. 1 & 3 is of 1400 marks with 8 theory subject & 6 Practical Subjectwhile 2 & 4 year is of 1300 marks with 7 theory subject & 6 Practical Subjectin 4 th year we have to complete the One Assignment of Library.



6/10academic
8/10faculty
6/10infrastructure
6/10food & accom
6/10placement
7/10social life

My Campus My Life

Remarks -

Little Rules and regulations but still i think we all should respect it and college is great.


Entrance Preview -

I did my 12 th From Maharashtra State Board then CET Examination. I Got admission through CAP Round 3 from Aurangabad.



9/10academic
9/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
7/10placement
7/10social life

7.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

A great experience.

Remarks -

No specific remarks as such our college is very good each teacher is friendly we can ask them our doubts whenever we want.


Entrance Preview -

I had taken MT-CET, an entrance test for pharmacy. I scored 82 marks out of 200. I opted this college because i wanted to study in this college.



8/10academic
7/10faculty
7/10infrastructure
5/10food & accom
9/10placement
10/10social life

8.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

Fun filled graduation days

Remarks -

Just one suggestion to management that they have to be little sensitive towards outstation students and have to eradicate language barrier. Rest all is best in terms of labs, faculty and infrastructure.


Entrance Preview -

I took autonomous all India level B.Pharm entrance conducted by Poona college of Pharmacy (PCP) in 2001 and got 50th rank Pan India. Entrance was completely based on pre medical test conducted by CBSE every year that time. Had counselling after the entrance and got admitted there.



8/10academic
9/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
7/10placement
9/10social life
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