Maharishi Arvind College of Pharmacy Admission 2020
Maharishi Arvind College of Pharmacy, Jaipur Rajasthan is established in the year 1990 as Private Educational Institute to provide higher education to build career in the field of Pharmacy. Maharishi Arvind College of Pharmacy is having Affiliation with reputed PCI and AICTE. Management of Maharishi Arvind College of Pharmacy, Jaipur is working under Smt Bharati Parashar (Chairperson).
Maharishi Arvind College of Pharmacy Jaipur Courses Offered 2020
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A non-profit organization, Arvind Bhartiya Vidyalaya Samiti promoted Maharishi Group of Institutions in the year 1975. The teachings of great freedom fighter and philosopher, Maharishi Aurobindo Ghosh are reflected in the education system of this prodigious institute. With the primary objective of imparting best professional education to young minds, it became the first and prominent pharmacy college in Jaipur. It helps to equip in-depth knowledge and latest skills so that a promising future is achieved.
The ‘holistic approach’ thrives on developing the all-round persona of individuals, along with responsible and disciplinary ethics. It aims to produce world-class pharmacists through value-education. The college also has esteemed tie-ups with international Institutes that yield cutting-edge input and exposure to the scholars.
It is affiliated to Rajasthan University of Health Science (RUHS) and has the approval of Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) & All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
The vast library is rich in collection of the latest journals, magazines (national & international), research publications, and other regular text books. It subscribes to 6 major newspaper dailies in English and Hindi. It also provides students with the latest technology, called DELNET which gives access to over 2 million records and online database.
The admission procedure maintains its academia record and standard by emphasizing strict rules for attendance. The minimum attendance requirement is 75%. Those who fail to meet the criteria are not allowed to sit in the exams.