Kalyani Charitable Trust's
R.G.Sapkal College of Pharmacy

*Creating New Dimensions in Pharma Technology*
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Approvals & Affiliations

  • All India Council for Technical Education, (AICTE), New Delhi.
    1. AICTE First Approval
    2. AICTE Current Approval
  • Approved By Pharmacy Council Of India (PCI), New Delhi.
  • Recognized by Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai.
  • Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai.
  • Permanently Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune.
  • Animal House Approved By CPCSEA New Delhi.

Admission Procedure

The Total admission process is governed by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Mumbai to ensure its transparency, fairness and objectiveness. Candidates selected for admission in this institute and desirous of taking admission in this Institute are required to complete the admission formalities on or before stipulated date. The formalities include.

  • Payment of fees as shown in the schedule of fees.
  • Two passport size photographs
  • Completed institute application form
  • Admission could be rejected for any non-submission of any of the specified documents.
  • Original plus two Xerox copies duly attested of all the documents mentioned in the application form
  • The claim for admission will be lost if the admission is not secured by completing all the formalities within the specified time

Fees Structure

The annual tuition fees shall be decided by the Shikshan Shulk Samiti, Higher and Technical Education, Govt. of Maharashtra – as per its regulatory norms

Fees Structure
B.Pharm first Year 95890.00/ per year
M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics/ Quality assurance Techniques) 90,090.00/per year

(*The mentioned fee is interim it may revised as per the guidelines of Shikshan Shulk Samitee Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai.)

Courses Offered & Eligibility

Courses Intake Eligibility
First Year B. Pharmacy 100 Minimum 45% marks i.e. 135 marks out of 300 in PCM/ PCB for Open Category and 40% marks i.e. 120 out of 300 in PCM/PCB at HSC (Std XII) examination for Reserved Category candidates Or Minimum 50% marks at Diploma course in Pharmacy.
Direct Admission to second year B. Pharm. (Probable vacant seats after CAP rounds) Minimum 50% marks for Open category and 45% marks for Reserved Category in post HSC Diploma course in Pharmacy (D. Pharmacy) For Maharashtra State Candidate Only
M. Pharm (Quality Assurance Techniques) 24 Minimum 50% marks at B. Pharm Examination & valid GPAT 2015 Score/non zero score in MAH-MPH-CET-2015
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 24 Minimum 50% marks at B. Pharm Examination & valid GPAT 201 Score/non zero score in MAH-MPH-CET-2015

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Intake Reservation

20% of sanctioned Intake At Institute Level.

Sr. No. Type of Reservation % of Reservation
1 Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Castes converts to Buddhism (SC) 13.0
2 Scheduled Tribes including those living outside specified areas (ST) 7.0
3 Vimukta Jati & Denotified Tribes (VJ/DT) i.e. NT(A) 3.0
4 Normadic Tribes – 1 (NT-B) 2.5
5 Normadic Tribes – 2 (NT-C) 3.5
4 Normadic Tribes – 3 (NT-D) 2
4 Other Backward Classes (OBC) 19
    Total 50

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