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Shankarrao Ursal college of Pharmacy always believes in fostering all round development of its students by providing quality education along with

their active participation in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

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Shankarrao Ursal college of Pharmacy always believes in fostering all round development of its students by providing quality education along with

their active participation in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

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DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D.PHARM.)

This is a two years full time technical course. Minimum qualification required to get admission to first year D. Pharmacy is 10+2 (Science ) or its equivalent examination passed with either A or B group. After completion of D. Pharm. the candidate has to undergo 750 hours training in recognized medical shop or hospital to register himself as registered pharmacist.

Rules for Admission

1. Sanctioned Intake:

The sanctioned intake by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi, for first year D. Pharm. is 60 students per year. First 60 students will get admission as per the merit of the applied students.    

2. Eligibility:

For admission to the first year of the Diploma Course in Pharmacy, the candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate (Std. XII) Science examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, or any other examination declared by the said Board to be equivalent thereto, with and in 

(1) Physics, 

(2) Chemistry, 

(3) Biology or Mathematics,

(4) English.

3. Reservation:

The reservation shall be in accordance with the Hon. Supreme Court judgment dated 31/10/2002 in W. P. (C) No. 317 of 1993 and directives of the State Government from time to time.

4. Filling and Submission of Application Form:

4.1 Availability of Application Form:

Application forms will be available for aspiring candidates from administrative office of the college during office hours on payment of application Form fee.    

4.2 Filling of the Application Form:

Candidate should carefully read the Information Brochure, rules of admission and application form before filling it. Application form should be filled as per the directions given in the form. Candidates need to submit the filled application on or before the last date of submission to authorized person in the office and obtain the receipt of the same.

4.3 Documents required at the time of submission of application:

4.3.1. For All Candidates:

Attested photocopies of

a) S.S.C. (Std. X) marks sheet,

b) H.S.C. (Std. XII) marks sheet,

c) School /College-Leaving Certificate after passing H. S. C. (Std. XII),

d) Gap certificate if required.

4.3.2. Candidates Belonging To SC/ST/VJ/DT/NT1/NT2/NT3/OBC/SBC Categories:

a) Attested photocopy of Cast certificate, caste Validity Certificate and Non creamy layer certificate if required    

5. Admission:

The eligible candidates as per their order of merit shall be called for an interview and verification of original documents. As per the order of merit and availability of seats, the candidates shall be offered admission to F.Y. D. Pharm.    

6. Mode of Payment of Fees:

The candidate who has been offered seat shall confirm his or her admission by paying tuition and other fees in the form of D. D. / Pay Order or Cash. The D. D. or Pay order shall be made in name of The Principal, Shankarrao Ursal college of Pharmacy, payable at Pune However, admission shall be considered as final only after submission of necessary original documents.

 7. Fees, Concession, Cancellations and Refund:    

7.1 Fees Prescribed:

The annual tuition, non - tuition and other fees to be paid at the time of admission are as under. 

Note: The tuition and other fees are subject to approval from Fees Approving Authority constituted by Govt. of Maharashtra.    

7.2 M.S.B.T.E. Fee:

The candidates shall be required to pay Enrollment and Examination fees as prescribed by the M.S.B.T.E. Mumbai from time to time.

7.3 Caution Money Deposit (CMD):

Caution money deposit received from the students shall be refunded after successfully completion of the course or after canceling the admission. Unless there is any recovery, no deduction shall be made from CMD. However, amount of CMD shall be transferred to Students Aid Fund, if candidate doesn't apply for refund, within one account year after the student actually leaves the institution or after successful completion of the course which ever is earlier.    

7.4 Concessions in Tuition and Development Fees:

Concession in tuition and Development fees may be offered to few economically backward class students. The details may be notified after admissions. The concession (if any) in fees shall be in accordance with Hon. Supreme Court judgment dated 31/10/2002 in W.P.(C) 317 of 1993. and Fees Approving Authority constituted by the Government.    

7.5 Cancellation of Admission:

a) If candidate fails to submit any of the original documents within the allowed time limit, the admission shall be treated as cancelled. 

b) If the candidate wishes to apply for cancellation of admission The candidate have to take admission by paying necessary tuition fees and submit original certificates before he/she applies for cancellation. 

c) The candidate desirous of canceling admission shall apply for cancellation in the Proforma available in administrative office. 

d) The candidate canceling admission shall forfeit the candidature and no longer be considered for the admission during the current year and fees shall be refunded to the candidate after deducting an amount as prescribed in the rules.    

7.6 Issue of College Leaving Certificate:

a) If during the course of studies, a candidate desires to discontinue studies for any reason whatsoever, he or she shall be allowed to do so and it shall be presumed that he or she has cancelled admission at that stage. The Principal shall issue College Leaving Certificate and fees shall be paid as mentioned in these rules. 

b) If the admission is cancelled on or before 90 days from the date of admission, the original school or college-leaving certificate on the strength of which a candidate was admitted shall be returned. 

c) If the admission is cancelled after 90 days from the date of admission, the leaving certificate from college shall be issued. A true copy of the original school or college-leaving certificate retained by the institute may be issued, if requested therefore by the candidate, duly attested by the Principal.    

7.7 Refund of Tuition Fees after Cancellation of Admission:

The rules and schedule for refund of fees shall be displayed on notice board in due course of time    

8. Miscellaneous:    

8.1 Medium of instruction:

The Medium of instruction for Diploma Course in Pharmacy is English.    

8.2 Confirmation of Admission

Admission of candidate who has been admitted to F.Y.D. Pharm. Course will be treated as finally confirmed only on grant of the Eligibility from the M.S.B.T.E., Mumbai.    

8.3 Physical Fitness:

The Principal at his discretion may refer any candidate to the appropriate medical authority for ascertaining the physical fitness of the candidate to undergo the requirements of the course. The report of medical authority shall be submitted to the Regional Head of Technical Education for the further necessary action. It is to be noted that physically handicapped candidates are not provided with any additional facilities as far as the academic activities pertaining to the course is concerned. The Principal may verify the antecedents of any candidate through the appropriate police authority. The report received from police authority shall be submitted to the Regional Head of Technical Education for further necessary action and his decision shall be final and binding.    

9. Hostel Accommodation:

Accommodation cannot be guaranteed to all the candidates admitted. Hostel fees payable etc. should be ascertained by the students from the Rector of the Hostel on admission. The applications of physically handicapped candidates, sons and daughters of Jammu and Kashmir migrants shall be considered sympathetically on priority.




11. Additional Instructions for Outside Maharashtra State Candidates (OMS):

OMS candidates shall submit their applications on or before the last date prescribed by Admission Authority.

a) OMS candidates will be considered only in open category, even if they belong to reserved category in their state. No relaxation is allowed in eligibility criteria.

b) If any document to be produced is in the language other than Marathi, Hindi or English, candidates shall produce its English translation duly attested by an Executive Magistrate or the Principal of the Institute.

c) OMS candidates shall remain present personally for admission. No proxy will be allowed even if a candidate authorizes any other representative. If the candidate remains absent as per the schedule, he or she shall forfeit claim for admission.

d) OMS candidates shall produce original school/college leaving certificate of the institute last attended at the time of admission. If the candidate has taken admission in any other institute, he or she shall produce a certificate from the Head of the institute stating that the original certificates have been retained by the Institute. Without such a certificate, no candidate shall be considered for admission. However, original certificate shall have to be produced within 7 days in any case.

e) No duplicate-leaving certificate will be accepted.

 12. Transfer after One Year:

The following rules are applicable in general to Diploma Course in Pharmacy: 

a) The candidate once admitted in first year shall not be transferred to any Govt./ Govt.Aided/ Unaided Pharmacy college in any case in accordance with the policy laid down in G.R. of Education and Employment Department No. TEM/3382/111836/(190)/TE-1A,dated 21st May 1983. However, the candidate from Govt./ Govt. Aided/ Unaided Pharmacy college may seek transfer to this college.

b) In case of transfer of candidates aspiring for a change of college, the candidate passing the first year examination in full and not with A.T.K.T., shall apply in writing to the Principal. The decision of Principal to issue NOC for such transfers shall be final and binding.