V.P.O. Chhapianwali, Malout, Distt. Muktsar (Punjab)-152107


About Us


Mr. Munish Joshi


An eminent educationalist, Mr. Munish Joshi has published many papers in International journals, attended many conferences and bagged many projects from Government of India. Subsequent to holding, vast educational and research experience he is contributing as Principal in GTB Khalsa College of Pharmacy .

With the uphill struggle of the worthy, GTB Group of Institutions hoisted its strength day by day, maintained GTB’s status in the Top 30 Educational Institutions of India.

Guru Teg bahadur Khalsa College of Pharmacy, Chhapianwali, Malout

Year of establishment 2006

Approved by All India Council of Technical Education New Delhi, Government of Punjab and Pharmacy Council of India New Delhi Affiliated to Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training Mode of admission 10+2 Medical/Non medical (Merit Base)


To provide specialized quality education in the field of pharmacy, producing competent and skilled graduates who can face the challenges and demands of the profession worldwide, and contribute to the health of the society.


To ensure that students acquire optimal theoretical knowledge and practical training of the pharmacy program through curricular and co-curricular activities with social values and professional ethics. Quality Policies

Our quality policy is to develop highly competent skilled human resources having ability to adapt to an intellectually and technologically fast -transforming environment with team efforts by the management, faculty, staff, students, stakeholders and alumni.

Scope of Pharmacist

With the development of specific and potent synthetic drugs, the emphasis of the pharmacist’s responsibility has moved substantially towards the utilization of scientific knowledge in the proper use of modern medicines and the protection of the public against dangers that are inherent in their use.

Pharmacists are employed in regulatory control and drug management, community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, the pharmaceutical industry, academic activities, training of other health workers, and research. In all these fields, their aim is to ensure optimum drug therapy, both by contributing to the preparation, supply and control of medicines and associated products, and by providing information and advice to those who prescribe or use pharmaceutical products.