DIFFERENCE BETWEEN B.TECH. AND B.PHARM. | Apply Online

B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology) and B.Pharm. (Bachelor of Pharmacy) commonly are both undergraduate academic degrees conferred after the completion of a 4 years program of studies at an accredited university or accredited university-level institution.

  • Eligibility Admission

For B.Tech. one must have done his/her 10+2 with PCM or PCMB (Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/Biology) can choose their career in engineering. Also, candidates can apply for admission on the basis of Engineering Entrance Exams like JEE Mains/SAT/Uni Gauge, UPSEE, State Common Entrance Test.

Whereas, for B.Pharm. one must have done his/her 10+2 with PCB/B or biotechnology as one of the subjects. In some states, it is mandatory to give an additional pharmacy entrance examination to be eligible for the course. The entrance tests can be the State Common Entrance Test or NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), GPAT, BITSAT, are conducted to enroll students for B.Pharmacy courses.

  • Courses

Universities are offering number of courses in B.Tech. like Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Biotechnology, Civil Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication, etc.

Whereas, in B.Pharm. in each semester students will have to face one main exam (Theoretical external examination) in case of some semesters, practical examinations will also be held, with the subjects being- Hospital Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy. The B.Pharm. courses mainly focuses on the study of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Inorganic, Physical and Organic)/Biology/Biochemistry/ Medicines/ Physiology/ Pharmacology/ Dispensing, etc. 

  •  Average  Fee Structure

B.Tech. and B.Pharm. courses are both offered by Govt. and Private institutions. The fees can be different from college to college. 

In comparison, the average fees for complete B.Pharm. can range from 200000 to 60000. Whereas, the average fees for complete B. Tech. can range from 450000 to 800000.

Top Colleges

There are several ranking agencies (like- NIRF) and top magazines that rank various institutions across the country based on several parameters.But there are some of the common parameters based on the teacher-student ratio, placements, faculty quality, infrastructure and more.

TOP TEN B.TECH. COLLEGES IN INDIA (According to NIRF)

Here is a list of the top most engineering colleges in India given below:

 

SERIAL NO.

TOP B.TECH. COLLEGES IN INDIA

RANK

1

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

1

2

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

2

3

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

3

4

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

4

5

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

5

6

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

6

7

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

7

8

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

8

9

National Institute of TechnologyTrich

9

10

Indian Institute of Technology Indore

10

 

TOP TEN B.PHARM. COLLEGES IN INDIA

Here is a list of the top most B.Pharm. colleges in India given below:

SERIAL NO.

TOP B.PHARM. COLLEGES IN INDIA

RANK

1

Jamia Hamdard

1

2

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Mohali

2

3

University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

3

4

Institute of Chemical Technology

4

5

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Hyderabad

5

6

Birla Institute of Technology & Science -Pilani

6

7

Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

7

8

Poona College of Pharmacy, Erandwane, Pune

8

9

S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology

9

10

JSS College of Pharmacy

10

 

  •  Career Opportunities

Both B.Tech. and B.Pharm. are the degrees that allow students to have many options after completing their graduation. Here are the career options after completing B.Tech. and B.Pharm. degrees:

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.)

Bachelor of Technology (B.TECH.)

Drug Inspector

Computer Science Engineer

R&D Scientist

Software Developer

Community Pharmacist

Lecturer/Professor

Quality Control Associate

Civil Engineer

Formulation Development Associate

Chemical Engineer

Sales and Marketing Representatives

Aeronautical Engineer

Science Writer

Mining Engineer

Medical Representatives

Robotics Engineer

Clinical Research Associate

Electronics and Communication Engineer

Hospital Pharmacist, etc.

Product Manager, etc.

 

 

 
 
 
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