Amity Institute of Pharmacy was a brilliant move taken by the Amity University in the year 2007. Set up in Noida (Uttar Pradesh) the Institute sought an approval from Pharmacy Council of India to offer a range of courses that students in Pharmacy would be interested to study. Its curriculum comprises of the courses of Bachelor of Pharmacy, Masters of Pharmacy (Pharmacognosy & Photochemistry, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Management, Drug Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Industry) and PhD. (Pharmaceutical Sciences – Full time & Part time). The Institute ensures adherence to a strict code of conduct so as to maintain a standard that could be at par with those at the international levels.
Initial Student intake
Student Intake (2011)
In affiliation with
60 P-IV nodes (Lan System)
Overall Scholarships awarded
Worth Rs. 50 crores
Research Programs conducted
Fully functional Laboratories
Books – 1500
Titles – 250
Online Journals – 50
Funds amount to the tune of
Total Rs 5585700 for two projects
First batch to get placement
How to reach
1.8 Kms from Botanical Garden Metro Station
100 meters from Sec 44 bus stop /sec 37 crossing
Transportation Mode: Rickshaw/Auto/Bus
1. Well-designed infrastructure offered The Amity Institute of Pharmacy comes with a strong infrastructure base. The four storey building is centrally air conditioned. It boasts of 10 fully functional laboratories and another central instrumentation laboratory which houses HPLC, ELISA Reader and UV Spectrophotometer. There are two computer laboratories which offer 45 computers running on high speed internet. These computers come with complete installation of all the necessary software programmes such as Chem Draw and Bioassay Methods.
2. Experienced and talented faculty members The Amity Institute of NGO Management recruits teachers and professors who have done PhD from some of the nation’s most reputed institutions such as Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Delhi Punjab University, Banaras Hindu University, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research and Jamia Hamdard University.