Erode college of Pharmacy, Erode is the leading college of pharmacy in Tamil Nadu. It is a private pharmacy college. The college was founded in 1992.  ECP is located in Mettukadai, Erode, Tamil Nadu. The college is placed at a very green, pollution free area with an overall land of 5 acres.

The college offers B. Pharm (4 years), Pharm. D (6 years), M.Pharm (2 years) and PhD in pharmacy. The college emblem is love, learn and service with an aim to provide the best medical education. The college is placed at a distance of 8 KM from the Erode city. Also the travelling time is approximately 2 hrsfrom Coimbatore and 7 hrs from Chennai.

 The college provides highly qualified education as a result of which the graduates of the college are recognised as dynamic pharmacy professionals. ECP’s mission is to provide instruments, teaching techniques with international standards so as to create a perfect environment of learning.

Facts & Figures of Erode College of Pharmacy:

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 Dr. V. Ganesan


All India Council for Techinical Education (AICTE, New Delhi) and PCI

Affiliated to

The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai

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How to reach?

8 Km from Erode city near Perundurai

Why to join Erode College of Pharmacy?

  • Higher education preparations: The College provides higher educations like Gate preparations etc. thereby helping the student for higher studies.
  • Special Trainings: the college provides training in communication Skills, Soft Skills, Verbal ability, Interpersonal skills, Computer and internet skills, Training in handling of equipments like HPLC, FT-IR, Spectroflurometer etc.
  • Special Career counselling: the college provides continues career counselling, mock Interviews, Guidance for resume preparation etc.
  • Faculties from reputed colleges: All the teachers are highly educated either they have a doctorate degree or are masters in their feilds.Also the student-teacher ratio is small, so that teacher – student interaction is more, hence giving the student maximum exposure to techniques.