MAK College of Pharmacy

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MAK College of Pharmacy (MAKP)
TypeSelf financed educational institution
Officer in charge
Mr. Imthehaz Ahmed
ChairmanMr. Zakir Osman
PrincipalProf.Dr.Raj Narayana Kandagatla
Chilkur Village, Moinabad
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17°19′44.98″N 78°17′30.64″E / 17.3291611°N 78.2918444°E / 17.3291611; 78.2918444Coordinates: 17°19′44.98″N 78°17′30.64″E / 17.3291611°N 78.2918444°E / 17.3291611; 78.2918444
CampusRural, spread over 2 acres (0.0081 km2) in Chilkur, Moinabad
AffiliationsJawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
WebsiteOfficial website

MAK College of Pharmacy (MAKP) is an Indian private non-minority technical institute located in Telangana, India, affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTUH), India. It is approved[1] by the All India Council for Technical Education and registered by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)


The saga of the MAK College of Pharmacy started with the college's establishment by Mr. Zakir Osman in 2011 at Chilkur Village, Moinabad, Rangareddy district, in the suburbs of Hyderabad. It offers under graduate & Post Graduate programmes in Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutics and Pharma analysis & Quality Assurance.


The campus has an area of 2 acres.

Admission process[edit]

Students are admitted into Under Graduate Pharmacy and Post Graduate programmes under the following categories.

The government of Andhra Pradesh allows admission of diploma holders into 2nd year under "lateral entry scheme" to the extent of 10% of intake to each of the branches on a supernumerary basis.

R&D cell of Pharmaceutics Department[edit]

The role of the Research & Development Cell is to enhance research and development activities. The cell periodically reviews the research work carried out by the faculty, while emphasizing the importance of industry–institute interaction, and facilitates taking up project and consultancy work.

Technical Fests[edit]

The Pharmacology Department organises a two-day national level Pharmaceutical sciences symposium in the name of SANGUINES every year in February or March. At the end of the second day of fest, a cultural fest is conducted.


  1. ^ "Approved Colleges" (PDF).

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