Indian Nationals: A pass in B.Pharm degree examinations of an Indian University established by law in India from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India and should have secured not less than 55% marks in aggregate of 4 years of B.Pharm or equivalent CGPA for General Category and 50% for the candidates belonging to Scheduled caste and Scheduled Tribes. (As per PCI Gazette Notification) dated 10.12.2014)

It is mandatory to submit a migration certificate obtained from the respective University where the candidate had passed his / her qualifying degree (B.Pharm)

Foreign Nationals: A pass in first degree from a recognised University. A student should obtain equivalence certificate from Association of Indian Universities.
Should have proof of proficiency in English.