A Bachelor of Pharmacy (abbreviated B Pharm) is an undergraduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy. The degree is the basic prerequisite for registration to practice as a pharmacist in many countries and its about understanding the properties and impacts of medicines and developing the skills required to counsel patients about their use. In some countries, it has been superseded by the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) degrees. In the United States, this degree was granted as the baccalaureate pharmacy degree only at Washington State University, where it has now been superseded by the PharmD degree. The degree previously offered within the US—and still the required degree in Canada—is the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Uttar Pradesh established in 2018 under the trust AR Educational Trust for Career Advancement. The institute has been established with a view to promote excellence in Pharmacy education and to prepare upcoming generation to meet the challenges in the area of Pharmaceutical industries, education, research and development by utilizing leading edge technologies with available resources at the Jan Kalyan Institute of technical.

Bachelor of Pharmacy is a degree that is pursued by candidates interested to build a career in the domain of Pharmacy. Whenever a cure for a disease is found, the Pharmacy has a really big role in researching and testing it before it is available for treatment. Medicine includes diagnosing the cause of disease and then, treatment to eradicate the disease or to prevent it from growing in the environment; Pharmacists have become an integral part of the healthcare industry due to this and making the sector a success. It is a major segment of the healthcare industry contributing to research in medicinal drugs as well as the development, manufacturing, and supply of medications in the market.  

As a Pharmacy practitioner who understands medicines majorly work in the research and development of pain drugs, and work on medical complications by altering the drugs. Also, to quality check and control as per the regulations of the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). The Pharmacy sector is divided into different segments including hospital/clinical pharmacy, industrial pharmacy and Pharmacy Regulators, etc.