Acharya Nagarjuna University Result For Vi/Vi Pharm.D Regular Exam

The result of acharya nagarjuna university, Andhra Pradesh has been declared on 3rd September 2018 for Vi/Vi pharma D  regular exam. If you are looking for Vi/Vi Pharm.D regular exam results then this page will help you.

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About Vi/Vi Pharm.D Course

Pharm.D course is a Professional Pharmacy doctoral programme of 6 yrs duration after 10+2 (science academic stream) which includes 5yrs of academic study + 1 year of internship or residency. Pharm.D (PB) course is a Professional Pharmacy doctoral Programme.

Pharm. D. graduation is a post graduate professional doctoral degree. It is a pre-PhD, post-graduate professional doctoral program and a student gets authorization to use prefix Doctor(Dr) to his/her name. It was introduced to improve clinical and hospital pharmacy services in India and it is the only pharmacy service which is in direct contact with patient health care system and authorized to take critical decisions in in-patient prescription.

The Pharm. D. degree requires five years of classroom and hospital based didactic study. It is followed by one year of internship training in a hospital setting for Clinical Management of In patients, in addition to ongoing practicals and research project. Pharm. D. students and graduates are actively participating in direct patient care in hospitals.
Approved by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi



The Pharm. D. curriculum is designed to produce a scientifically and technically competent pharmacist who can apply this education in such a manner as to provide maximum health care services to patients. Students are provided with the opportunity to gain greater experience in patient close cooperative relationships with health practitioners. It is the goal of all pharmacy schools to prepare pharmacists who can assume expanded responsibilities in the care of patients and assure the provision of rational drug therapy.


Some of the Important subjects taught in the various semester of the 6-Year program are as follows

Human Anatomy and Physiology Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry Pathophysiology
Community Pharmacy Pharmacognosy & Phytopharmaceuticals
Pharmacology Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmaceutical Formulations Hospital Pharmacy
Biostatistics & Research Methodology Biopharmaceutics
Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacotherapeutic Drug Monitoring


Pharm. D. qualification, as prevalent in U.S, U.K, Canada, other European and developed countries, entitles the pharmacists for prescribing medicines and the doctors role is focused mainly on diagnosis.

Also, with a Pharm. D., a person can register as pharmacist all over the world and can practice as Hospital/Clinical/Community pharmacist anywhere, and also as Clinical scientific expert, Clinical research associate and Associate in pharmacovigilance program.

Hospital Pharmacist Clinical Pharmacist Community Pharmacist
Specialized Area Opportunities Pharmacy Education Pharmacoeconomics
Managed Care Home Health Care Governmental Agencies
Community Pharmacy Clinic Pharmacy Practice
Knowledge processing outsourcing (KPO)

All the jobs related to Hospital/Clinical Pharmacy etc in European/American and other countries are highly paid due to the authority to the Pharmacist to take up the prescription and clinical monitoring of admitted patients where the physicians focus on diagnosis and operative care and medical prescription is supervised by Pharmacists.

About Acharya Nagarjuna University, Andhra Pradesh

The name, Nagarjuna University is quite significant in that the great Buddhist preceptor and Philosopher Acharya Nagarjuna founded a University on the banks of river Krishna some centuries ago and made it a great centre of learning, attracting a large number of teachers and students form distant parts of the world. The University was established by Act 43 of 1976 of A.P. State Legislature and Governed by Act 4 of 1991 covering 6 Universities of the State.

Acharya Nagarjuna University has completed three decades of its existence. It was inaugurated on 11th September, 1976 by the former President of India, Sri Fakruddin Ali Ahmed. There have been many problems, difficulties and teething problems in its onward march. In the course of the last 30 years, the University has successfully overcome most of the initial problems and is moving forward with determination, enthusiasm and hope. From the corridors of a local polytechnic college in Nallapadu to the imposing buildings in Nagarjuna nagar, the road was very long. Sacrifice, service and commitment marked the growth of Acharya Nagarjuna University.

Acharya Nagarjuna University, an affiliating University established in 1976, started with only 10 post-graduate courses in the University College. Since then, it has achieved tremendous progress through quantitative expansion and qualitative improvements on various academic fronts. This has been possible by the efforts of its dedicated faculty, an efficient team of supporting staff and high quality student input. The Acharya Nagarjuna University at present offers post-graduate education in 47 courses (39 on the University campus, 4 at University PG Campus at Nuzvid and 5 at University PG Campus at Ongole) besides Post-graduate courses in affiliated colleges.

The University has two post-graduate centers one at Nuzvid, Krishna District and the other at Ongole, Prakasam District. For the Post-Graduate Centre at Nuzvid.

Affiliated Colleges
University has got over 450 affiliated colleges in Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam Districts. Details of the colleges

Acharya Nagajuna University since then has grown into a large University with 39 Academic Departments, including several self-financed courses, which started operating since 1992. Its jurisdiction was extended to three districts now having over 450 affiliated colleges offering Under-Graduate, Post-Graduate, Engineering, Education, Law, Pharmacy and Oriental Languages courses. Now it has 39 Post-graduate teaching-cum-research courses on the campus, while 71 affiliated colleges offered P.G. courses. The University runs two P.G. centers-one at Ongole (a fully self-financed center) and another at Nuzvid (aided).

The University has been continuously achieving progress during these 30 years, in terms of introducing new subjects in the University College. For instance, two new P.G. courses, in Hindi, and Tourism & Travel management were introduced last year. New courses were started from the academic year: B.P. Ed. and M.P. Ed in the department of Physical Education, while M.B.A. in Health Administration, M. Ed in the department of Education and M.Sc. in Medical Technology are jointly awarded by A.N.U. and N.T.R. University of Health Sciences. Five year Integrated M.B.A., Programme in International Finance is started. This University has also pioneered the introduction of self-financed courses in the country, which is in conformity with the thinking of the national education policy makers such as the University Grants Commission. The University is making concerted efforts towards resource mobilization on different fronts.

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