|Course Name||Rating||Total Fee|
Bachelor of Pharmacy [B.Pharm]
4Years Full Time 100 Seats Per Course
|N/A||₹35,000 per year||Apply Now|
Master of Pharmacy [M.Pharm]
2Years Full Time 24 Seats Per Course
|N/A||₹110,000 per year||Apply Now|
6Years Full Time
|N/A||₹68,000 per year||Apply Now|
Vijaya Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences for Women has been founded by SRK Foundation with an aim of transforming the young girl students of the country to those women contributing to the development of their nation. SRK Foundation incorporates senior industrialists, academicians and distinguished educationalists for assuring the consistent delivery of proper guidance for providing excellent education meeting the international levels. VIPW is in continuous efforts for realizing its mission to serve the state, nation and the world by delivering exceptional pharmaceutical scientists and stupendous pharmacists who are able to cater to the healthcare needs of diverse populations. The vision of the institution is to achieve the top most position in the field of pharmacy educators through excellence in education.
Facts and Figures of Vijaya Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences for Women
JNT University, Kakinada
Principal of the college
Dr. K Padmalatha
AICTE, Pharmacy Council of India
Total Faculty Members
Why to Join Vijaya Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences for Women?
1. Infrastructure: Well stocked library with 3400+ books, ten national and ten international journals and 1 DELNET connection. Well-equipped labs with properly trained lab assistants for imparting proper practical knowledge to the students. A large number of well-ventilated and spacious classrooms. Seminar Halls, Auditoriums, playgrounds and other basic facilities for personal development of the students. Hostel facility for both girls and boys.
2. Quality Education: This institution keeps the quality and completeness of its students’ education at the top most priority. Quality of the education that is delivered to its students is maintained by planning, designing, evaluating, implementing and improving the teaching-learning activities.