O1. Ability to acquire knowledge of pharmaceutical sciences.

O2. Ability to design and conduct experiments, to analyze and interpret data.

O3. Ability to design solutions for complex research problems to meet the specified needs with appropriate considerations of public health.

O4. Ability to provide valid conclusions from the use of research based knowledge and research methods.

O5. Ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools.  

O6. Ability to demonstrate the understanding of societal, health, safety and legal issues related to pharmaceutical manufacturing and pharmacy practice.

O7. Ability to understand the impact of the products and processes employed on societal and environmental contexts.

O8.Awareness of ethical and professional responsibilities.

O9. Ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary settings, to accomplish a task.

O10.Ability to develop necessary interpersonal and communication skills to be a productive member of the team in work environment.

O11.Ability to demonstrate effective planning, develop and implement plans within time frame through proper knowledge and understanding of professional and management principles and apply these skills to one’s own work, and also as a leader in a teaam.

O12. A strong background and motivation to pursue life-long learning.

The graduate in Pharmacy Course of Guru Nanak Institute of Pharmacy has been accredited by National Board Of Accreditation with a grade of B | Tie-up Arrangements between JIS Group of Institutions and Central Bank of India for Educational Loan to Students | 4-6march 2016- The Annual Fest of the Institute will be held on 4-6th March,2016 | Reunion Will be held on 28th February, 2016. Interested alumni are requested to contact college/ alumni association for further queries. | Bijaya Sammillini was organized by the institute on 9th November, 2015 | Freshers Welcome was organized by the institute on 14th August, 2015 | Faculty Development Programme was organized by GNIPST on 21st December 2015. Dr. Indervir Singh From Chitkara University, Punjab enlightened the faculty members about the newer trends in pharmaceutical Research. | National Science Day was celebrated with a DST sponsored national seminar titled "Current innovations in Biotechnology in human welfare" on 7th November 2015. | World Hepatitis Day was celebrated on 28th July 2015 | World No Tobacco Day was celebrated on 29th May 2015 | A one day refresher course was organized by the institute titled "Cell based Assay as alternative to Pharmacological Model" on 30.1.15 |