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School of Pharmaceutical & Populations Health Informatics

Bachelor of Pharmacy

Duration : 4 Years  

B.Pharm - Lateral Entry

Duration : 3 Years  

M.Pharm Pharmaceutics

Duration : 2 Years  

M.Pharm. Pharmacology

Duration : 2 Years  

Ph.D. in Pharmacy

Duration : As per DITU Ph.D. Ordinance  

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Scheme under Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission

Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission (UKSDM) is an ambitious project under the Prime Minister Skill Development Mission Scheme. The programme is operated under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India. CIIES, DIT University is approved for running Pharmacy Assistant Program in association with DITU Faculty of Pharmacy for providing Skill Certification.

The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth with under developed background in vicinity of DIT University to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. The programme is taken as part of Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative by DIT University.

Academic Collaboration with Foundation of Healthcare Technologies and Society

The DIT University Faculty of Pharmacy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Foundation of Healthcare Technologies and Society (FHTS) and India glycols Ltd. FHTS aims to translate research into practice through use of technology based solutions that can empower individuals and the environment where they live in for the well being of themselves, their families and the communities.

Industrial Collaboration with India glycol Ltd.

India glycol Ltd. manufactures bulk drugs and speciality chemicals which include natural products and neutraceuticals. The collaboration provides industry applied research and translation of academic research into commercially viable solutions.

Industrial Collaboration with Tirupati Medicare Limited for Research, Training and Placement


DIT University signed MoU with Tirupati Medicare Limited a technologically advanced formulation manufacturer based in Paonta Sahib, Himachal Pradesh for collaborative research, training and placement of students. Collaborative organization of scientific and technical events is also promoted through this MoU.

Academic Collaboration with Institute of Clinical Research, India for Clinical Research Programs

ICRI has been there since 2004 shaping new age careers in the field of Clinical Research, Healthcare Management, Hospital Management, Clinical Data Management, Medical Tourism. ICRI has unique industry oriented curriculum & is offering specialized courses as per industry requirement. Along with sector specific courses ICRI has strong university collaborations across India.

Dehradun being the most preferred location for aspirants to take a step ahead for their higher education ICRI has strong academic collaboration with one of the leading universities in Dehradun DIT UNIVERSITY. ICRI in collaboration with one of the top universities in Dehradun DIT UNIVERSITY provides job oriented MSC and PhD courses with 100% placement record. ICRI – DIT University aims to prepare aspirants industry ready with Holistic education with focus on human values and ethics.

Academic & Research Collaboration with Krishna Institute of Pharmacy


Krishna Institute of Pharmacy, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences "Deemed to be University", Karad – Maharashtra has been started in 2017 with the aim to provide the quality education in the field of pharmaceutical sciences and empower the quality pharmacist so that they serve the society to develop lifesaving drugs and formulations. MoU is signed on 26th August,2020 with an objective to facilitate students and faculty exchange program. Also to collaboratively organize scientific events, conduct collaborative research and take up joint funded research projects and consultancy works.

Research Collaboration with Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Germany


An agreement is signed between DIT University, Dehradun and Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Germany to take up a research project 'Key Biomarkers Differentially Expressed by Cumulus and Mural Cells in PCOS Patients' for one year period. The funded study is ongoing in faculty of pharmacy under the direct supervision of Dr. Havagiray R. Chitme. Mr. Pankaj Pant is registered for PhD under this project.