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Amrita School of Pharmacy Ranking – 15

Amrita School of Pharmacy NIRF Ranking 2020, Score, Address, UG & PG Course Intake details
अमृता स्कूल ऑफ फार्मेसी निरफ् रॅंकिंग 2020

Amrita School of Pharmacy NIRF Ranking | Institute Code | Address

Institute Code

IR-P-U-0436

Nirf Ranking

15

NIRF Score

56.82

State

Kerala

City

Kochi

Amrita School of Pharmacy NIRF Ranking Parameters

TLR (Out of 100 Marks)

58.11

RPP (Out of 100 Marks)

53.78

GO (Out of 100 Marks)

66.30

OI (Out of 100 Marks)

63.83

Perception (Out of 100 Marks)

36.24

What is TLR in Ranking?

Teaching Learning & Resources – These parameters are related to the core activities of any place of learning…

What is RPP in Ranking?

Research and Professional Practice – Excellence in teaching and learning is closely associated with the scholarship…

What is GO in Ranking?

Graduation Outcome – This parameter forms the ultimate test of the effectiveness of the core teaching/learning…

What is OI in Ranking?

Outreach & Inclusivity – The Ranking framework lays special emphasis on representation of women…

What is Perception?

The ranking methodology gives a significant importance to the perception of the institution…

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Submitted Institute Data for NIRF’2020′
Institute Name: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham [IR-P-U-0436]

Amrita School of Pharmacy Sanctioned (Approved) Intake

Academic Year

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

UG [4 Years Program(s)]

60

60

60

60

PG [2 Year Program(s)]

40

30

PG [3 Year Program(s)]

10

10

10

PG [6 Years Program(s)]

30

30

30

30

30

30

Amrita School of Pharmacy Total Actual Student Strength (Program(s) Offered by Your Institution)

(All programs

of all years)

No. of Male

Students

No. of Female

Students

Total Students

Within State

(Including male

& female)

Outside State

(Including male

& female)

Outside

Country

(Including male

& female)

Economically

Backward

(Including male

& female)

Socially

Challenged

(SC+ST+OBC

Including male

& female)

No. of students

receiving full

tuition fee

reimbursement

from the State

and Central

Government

No. of students

receiving full

tuition fee

reimbursement

from Institution

Funds

No. of students

receiving full

tuition fee

reimbursement

from the Private

Bodies

No. of students

who are not

receiving full

tuition fee

reimbursement

UG [4 Years
Program(s)]

51

188

239

14

220

5

144

91

10

29

3

193

PG [2 Year
Program(s)]

11

52

63

60

3

0

18

24

9

5

0

28

PG [3 Year
Program(s)]

4

12

16

16

0

0

6

6

1

2

0

9

PG [6 Year
Program(s)]

36

143

179

174

4

1

57

52

6

21

0

82

Amrita School of Pharmacy Placement & Higher Studies

Amrita School of Pharmacy UG [4 Years Program(s)]: Placement & higher studies for previous 3 years

Academic Year

No. of first year

students intake in the

year

No. of first year

students admitted in

the year

Academic Year

No. of students

admitted through

Lateral entry

Academic Year

No. of students

graduating in

minimum stipulated

time

No. of students

placed

Median salary of

placed

graduates(Amount in

Rs.)

No. of students

selected for Higher

Studies

2013-14

60

60

2014-15

0

2016-17

56

16

240000(Two lakhs
forty thousand only)

30

2014-15

60

60

2015-16

0

2017-18

52

12

240000(Two lakhs
forty thousand only)

34

2015-16

60

60

2016-17

0

2018-19

52

31

300000(Three lakhs
only)

21

Amrita School of Pharmacy PG [2 Years Program(s)]: Placement & higher studies for previous 3 years

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Academic Year

No. of first year

students intake in the

year

No. of first year

students admitted in

the year

Academic Year

No. of students graduating in minimum

stipulated time

No. of students

placed

Median salary of

placed

graduates(Amount in

Rs.)

No. of students

selected for Higher

Studies

2015-16

30

20

2016-17

20

15

300000(Three lakhs
only)

1

2016-17

30

15

2017-18

15

10

300000(Three lakhs
only)

1

2017-18

30

23

2018-19

23

19

350000(Three lakhs
fifty thousand only)

4

PG [3 Years Program(s)]: Placement & higher studies for previous 3 years

Academic Year

No. of first year

students intake in the

year

No. of first year

students admitted in

the year

Academic Year

No. of students

admitted through

Lateral entry

Academic Year

No. of students

graduating in

minimum stipulated

time

No. of students

placed

Median salary of

placed

graduates(Amount in

Rs.)

No. of students

selected for Higher

Studies

2014-15

10

8

2015-16

0

2016-17

8

3

300000(Three lakhs
only)

0

2015-16

10

5

2016-17

0

2017-18

5

5

300000(Three lakhs
only)

0

2016-17

10

6

2017-18

0

2018-19

6

6

300000(Three lakhs
only)

0

PG [6 Years Program(s)]: Placement & higher studies for previous 3 years

Academic Year

No. of first year

students intake in the

year

No. of first year

students admitted in

the year

Academic Year

No. of students graduating in minimum

stipulated time

No. of students

placed

Median salary of

placed

graduates(Amount in

Rs.)

No. of students

selected for Higher

Studies

2011-12

30

30

2016-17

30

15

264000(Two lakhs
sixty four thousand
only)

1

2012-13

30

30

2017-18

28

5

264000(Two lakhs
sixty four thousand
only)

4

2013-14

30

30

2018-19

28

20

450000(Four lakhs fifty
thousand only)

5

Ph.D Student Details

Ph.D (Student pursuing doctoral program till 2018-19)

Total Students

Full Time

9

Part Time

9

No. of Ph.D students graduated (including Integrated Ph.D)

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Full Time

1

1

0

Part Time

0

0

0

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Financial Resources: Utilised Amount for the Capital expenditure for previous 3 years

Financial Year

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Utilised Amount

Utilised Amount

Utilised Amount

Annual Capital Expenditure on Academic Activities and Resources (excluding expenditure on buildings)

Library

8574239 (Eighty Five Lakhs Seventy Four Thousand Two
Hundred and Thirty Nine only)

4283538 (Forty two lakhs eighty three thousand five hundred
and thirty eight only)

593314 (Five lakhs ninety three thousand three hundred
fourteen only)

New Equipment for Laboratories

8655192 (Eighty six lakhs fifty five thousand one hundred
ninety two)

600399 (Six lakhs three hundred and ninety nine only)

198387 (One lakh ninety eight thousand three hundred eighty
seven)

Other expenditure on creation of Capital Assets (excluding
expenditure on Land and Building)

11937149 (One Crore Nineteen lakhs thirty seven thousand
one hundred forty nine only)

3252103 (Thirty two lakhs fifty two thousand one hundred and
three only)

8306319 (Eighty three lakhs six thousand three hundred
nineteen only)

Financial Resources: Utilised Amount for the Operational expenditure for previous 3 years

Financial Year

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Utilised Amount

Utilised Amount

Utilised Amount

Annual Operational Expenditure

Salaries (Teaching and Non Teaching staff)

37911536 (Three  crore seventy nine lakhs eleven thousand
five hundred thirty six only)

37177609 (Three crores seventy one lakhs seventy seven
thousand six hundred nine only)

18883621 (One crore eighty eight lakhs eighty three thousand
six hundred twenty one)

 Maintenance of Academic Infrastructure or consumables,
other running expenditures etc.(excluding maintenance of
hostels and allied services)

31459775 (Three Crore Fourteen lakhs fifty nine thousand
seven hundred seventy five)

9662073 (Ninety six lakhs sixty two thousand seventy three
only)

9227570 (Ninety two lakhs twenty seven thousand five hundred
seventy only)

 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops

904288 (Nine lakh four thousand two hundred and eighty eight
only)

833635 (Eight lakhs thirty three thousand six hundred thirty five
only)

502100 (Five lakhs two thousand one hundred only)

PCS Facilities: Facilities of physically challenged students

1. Do your institution buildings have Lifts/Ramps?

Yes, more than 80% of the buildings

2. Do your institution have provision for walking aids, includingwheelchairs and transportation from one building to another for
handicapped students?

Yes

3. Do your institution buildings have specially designed toilets for handicapped students?

Yes, more than 80% of the buildings

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