The placement at Bombay College of Pharmacy actively bridges the gap between the
students and corporate organizations. The institute’s Placement Cell functions under
the supervision of Dr. (Mrs.) Premlata K. Ambre, and operates all around the year
to arrange campus interviews by the industries.
The Cell acts as a contact point for all Pharma and Non-Pharma Industries that wish
to select students from Bombay College of Pharmacy. It expedites the whole process
from collecting resumes, Telephone numbers and e-mails from the students and forwarding
it to HR department of interested Pharma/Non-pharma Industries. Further it organizes
Pre-placement talks (PPT) by companies for information about the company profile,
job description and the package and finally helps the industries to conduct the
induction process in the campus.
Placement Cell and Rules & Regulations
The Placement Cell acts as a platform for interaction between students and the corporates.
Rules and Regulations
Students must apply to a corporate after careful consideration. Strict action will
be taken against students who negatively impact the reputation of the College by
their action or inaction while interacting with the corporate especially during
the recruitment process.
All companies will conduct a pre-placement talk.
The Placement Cell is not responsible for the profile of job offered by the corporate.
It is the duty of the student to clarify the same with the corporate.
Students are advised to attend the PPT for information about the company profile,
job description and the package.
The Placement Cell of the College will categories the companies that come for recruitment
into two categories (A and B). The category of a particular company will be informed
to the students ahead of the company’s arrival to the campus through mail.
If a student after the recruitment process is placed in a particular company (for
eg. Company C1), he or she would not be allowed to apply to another company in the
same category (for eg. Company C2). However, there will be an option for a ‘Dream
Company’. This means that the student can select or apply in any company in the
other two categories A & B.
If a student is placed in any company of category B (for eg. Company B1), he or
she would not be allowed to apply to any other company of category B (for eg. Company
If a student is placed in any company in category A, he/she will exhaust all further
If a student’s name is enlisted in the Waiting List of a particular company, it
will not be considered as a placement and he/she will be allowed to apply in other
If there is a time gap between the recruitment process and the declaration of the
results by a particular company (say Company B1), the student will be allowed to
apply to another company (say Company B2) during this period. But in case he/she
is selected in Company B1 as well as Company B2, he/she will not be allowed to apply
further (except for Category A Companies).
Details of Placement In-Charge
Dr. (Mrs.) Premlata K. Ambre, Asst. Professor Pharmaceutical Chemistry,
Bombay College of Pharmacy,
Kalina, Santacruz (east),
Off. No. 022-26670816#41