PCI opens portal to process applications for new institutions.

The Pharmacy Council of India on 3rd July 2022, has opened a portal from 3rd July 2022 to 15th July 2022 for the new institutions to apply for approval to commence new pharmacy colleges, in pursuant to an order from the Supreme Court.

 The institution will have to apply on the PCI portal along with pre-requisite statutory documents and these documents shall be in English language duly signed by the principal and legible. The application should be submitted only through the PCI portal within prescribed date along with prescribed statutory documents and Pharmacy Education Regulatory Charges (PERC).No hard copy of the documents/Demand Draft will be permitted.

The pre-requisite statutory documents, includes consent of affiliation of examining authority, No Objection Certificate of the State Government, etc., shall clearly indicate that it is for the 2022-23 academic session. The submission of these pre-requisite statutory documents is a mandatory requirement.

Further, under the Master of Pharmacy course Regulations, 2014, only those institutions which are established by the Central Government or State Government for the purpose of imparting post graduate education shall be eligible for starting M.Pharm course directly. Institutions which are not approved for running B. Pharm courses under the Pharmacy Act are not eligible to apply for M.Pharm courses.


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