K.L.E. Society’s College of Pharmacy was established in 1976 at Rajajinagar Bengaluru, with the aim of providing quality education in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The courses started with, Diploma in Pharmacy followed by B. Pharm (1992), M. Pharm (2003), Ph. D Programmes (2005), and eventually Pharm. D (2014).
The college has been made a constituent of KLE Academy of Higher Education and Research (KAHER) Belagavi from the academic year 2009-2010. The College of Pharmacy is run in a spacious well-equipped building of its own with hostel, library and sports facilities. The curriculum is approved by, Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the UG programme is accredited by the NBA (National Board of Accreditation), New Delhi and Re-Accredited by NAAC “A” grade up to January 2021. The University ranks 91 in the Indian ranking 2021 with KLE Bengaluru and KLE Hubbali placed in rank-band: 76-100 and KLE Belgavi placed in 40 in NIRF ranking list 2021.
To create ethical, morally responsible and technically competent Pharmacists.
To undertake NBA Accreditation
To Develop various domains of Practice School as per PCI curriculum for B. Pharm Program
To Develop research project module for B. Pharm students as per PCI curriculum.
To introduce various Value-Added and Interdisciplinary courses.
Short Term Goals
Emphasis on foreign collaborations in select areas, tie-ups with Indian and Foreign institutions.
Strengthening of linkages with AICTE, ICMR, PCI and DST for research and extension programmes.
Continuing education programmes for teaching and non teaching staff members.
Organization of staff development programmes, national and international events.
Long Term Goals
State-of-the-Art and ultramodern facilities at the college comparable to any well reputed international institutions, 100% computer enabled student friendly facilitation centre. Facility for teleconferencing on education & research
Establishment of eco-friendly clean environment with excellent water and energy management
Introduction of interdisciplinary teaching programmes
Academic auditing and validation of research programmes.
Strengthening of institution administration to make it transparent, responsive and accountable
Academic, administrative and financial autonomy to allow departments to initiate self financing programmes
Encouragement for national & International seminars, workshops, refresher courses for faculty and students
Strengthening of alumni association with the involvement of distinguished alumni in academic and structural development of the institution. Opening of chapters of alumni associations in different parts of the country and abroad
Development of an excellent academic and research network of international standards