St. Johns College of Pharmaceutical Sciences has started with a bright and clear vision for the next 20 years.
To become an eminent college of pharmaceutical sciences contributing significantly to the development of indigenous procedure using modern technology and to create unique and high standard of education in pollution free environment. Our institute should produce qualitative pharmacists equipped with adequate knowledge and expertise to fulfill the present day requirements of the industry. As being a pharmaceutical college, our mission is, to provide qualitative education to rural society in order to compete with modern society and to mould the students into world-class pharmacists of tomorrow who would endeavor to increase the quality of life for human kind. The society wishes to equip young men and women with sophisticated pharmaceutical education, sound personality development, application of thought so as to enable them to face the challenges of professional world. The college aims at developing itself into an autonomous institution where a student should complete his/her bachelor’s degree as well as master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences and also he/she should carryout research program. The college emphasizes on both industry oriented and research oriented teaching, so that it can act as a bridge between industry and human power.
ALUMNI meets Provide valuable inputs to students regarding Campus placements.
Ragging is an Act of Offense under Clause (g) of Sub-section 26 of the UGC Act 1956.
10+ Companies with 150+ Placements during 2017-18 Academic Year.
Meet The Team
Dr. C. Kistayya
THIS IS A GREAT PLACE FOR YOUR FUTURE.
The institute believes that the true potential of students cannot be realized through academics alone. The students are provided with opportunities for exploring and enhancing their talents in extra- curricular activities through Literary, Cultural and Sports clubs. This helps to promote self- management skills and core values in the students, all of which cumulatively help to groom the students into integrated personalities.